After a third wild animal this year recently tested positive for rabies, Columbia County official are urging residents to protect their pets with vaccines.
Police Blotter, July 31, 2013
Apartments and retail planned for Mill Branch at the Gateway.
• Evans High School has tryouts for the softball team, Thursday, from 6:45 to 8:45 p.m. and Friday from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Pick up athletic packets with needed paperwork from the high school office.
Harlem High School senior Abbie Drake and Morgan Barton will be playing at Middle Georgia State College in Cochran, Ga.
Greenbrier High School rising sophomore CJ Simmons is in Minnneapolis, Minn. competing in the USA Diving Age Group National Championships.
Last week, Greenbrier confirmed a rumor that had been swirling through the county when Jason Osborn was named as the new head baseball coach.
We were all asking the wrong questions.
ATLANTA - The scramble for a seat in the U.S. Senate is likely to resemble bumper cars more than the usual cliché of a horse race because of so many candidates.
There are nine candidates so far.
Most Georgia voters don't know a lot about Michelle Nunn, aside from the fact that she has a father, Sam Nunn, who was a U.S. senator for 24 years.
The electorate will find out more about her as the Senate race progresses.
A Sonic Drive-In-turned-barbecue restaurant on Furys Ferry Road in Martinez is changing back to its former establishment in early August.
Columbia County officials say a $3.7 million deal sealed this week with a network communications company will connect its broadband network to all the major U.S. networks.
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