Divorces, Aug. 17, 2014
The fall webworm, a common native caterpillar, occurs throughout the United States and has caught my eye in several areas of Columbia County recently. As the name implies, it's a web-maker.
Less than a month after closing down their U-pick blackberry and blueberry patches, Louis and Janice Newsome of Blue House Farm in Harlem have opened up their U-pick muscadine farm.
Inspire Unleash Youth Wellness has a free cardiac screening on September 6 from 9 a.m. to noon at University Evans Imaging Center, Medical Building 4, Suite 1000, 4350 Towne Centre Drive in Evans.
I have been banging the drum loudly about how incredible this season will be in terms of football recruiting in the county.
Columbia County schools announced the five finalists this week for its 2014 Teacher of the Year honor.
Quiz time - Who do Caleb Joseph and Jonathan Schoop play for? I'll even give you the sport - baseball. OK, time's up. If you know me you might have figured out I was talking about the Baltimore Orioles.
The Lakeside High School Lady Panthers softball team lost 8-4 to Burke County in their home and season opener Wednesday night.
The Greenbrier High School Lady Wolfpack volleyball team opened its 2014 season with wins over Lakeside and Cross Creek Tuesday night. Lakeside would defeat Cross Creek to finish the night 1-1.
Tom Gunnels, the longtime court administrator for the area, is retiring at the end of August.
Police Blotter, Aug. 13, 2014
The long car lines at Lewiston Elementary School are expected to improve as the school year progresses.
ATLANTA - The apparently accidental leak of a 144-page strategy memo from consultants to Michelle Nunn is causing heartburn among some of her natural allies.
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