Twitter @StevenUhles The calendar, Christmas and a need to tie up some loose ends before the end of the year conspired to put Columbia County Commissioners in a marathon of meetings Tuesday morning.
Fort Gordon officials on Thursday, Dec. 13, 2012, will dedicate a machine gun range in memory of the late Lt. Gen. Robert Gray, a former Columbia County resident and the first black commanding general of the facility.
Master Buick GMC and Goodwill Industries are seeking donations of bicycles for this year's Santa Wheels program through noon Thursday, Dec. 13.
Columbia County's Blanchard Woods Park has landed another national event, with the AAU Cross Country Championships set for Dec. 7, 2013.
Members of the Spade and Trowel Garden Club added new bulbs recently to the flowering plants at the Woodrow Wilson boyhood home in Augusta.
With proper care, pointsettias not only can thrive during the Christmas season, but can be kept for future holidays.
Greenbrier High School volleyball player Sarah Sather signed her letter of intent to play volleyball at Georgia College and State University.
Lakeside pitcher Hunter Hubbard held his letter of intent signing ceremony Wednesday.
Columbia County and the NCAA teamed up for a great Division II soccer tournament experience for players, fans and journalists.
The Evans Knights and Lady Knights basketball teams lost to North Augusta Tuesday, Dec. 4.
Greenbrier High School will bring back former stars to help with a January baseball camp, including Rich Poythress and Brandon Cumpton.
The inaugural Columbia County Snow Festival will come to Evans Towne Center Park from noon until 6 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 16.
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