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Two Columbia County School Board trustees retained their seats for another term.

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Police Blotter, May 25, 2014

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Columbia County Commission Chairman Ron Cross deflected a challenge to his next four years in office on Tuesday, while Doug Duncan easily defeated his competition to take the Commission's District 1 seat.

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Kailee McDonald signed to play women's lacrosse at Reinhardt University on Monday.

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Military Newsmakers

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Well, the school year has come to a close and what a finish there was to it. It almost couldn't have ended any better. On Monday, the golf season came to a rousing conclusion.

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Lakeside High School's Steve Hibbitts has been named the Georgia coach for Border Bowl II,

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In a year in which they finished 12-15, advancing to the Georgia High School Association Class AA state baseball tournament as the No. 2 seed from Region 3, Harlem High School players were among those honored with postseason accolades.

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• ReceiverTech Camp, led by Scott Collie, will be at Augusta Christian on Saturday and July 10 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. for those in seventh to 12th grade. The cost is $155. To register, go to www.receivertech.com.

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"Tradition Never Graduates" That's what is says when you go to the Greenbrier High School's baseball Web page. I felt it was the perfect way to describe what happened in 2014 with Greenbrier's young team. This was supposed to be a rebuilding year.

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Some Columbia County high school students became published authors on Tuesday.

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The Columbia County Sheriff's Office is holding a Citizen's Firearms Academy Saturday.

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Azaleas are a staple of traditional southern landscapes. They are prized for their graceful form and showy flower displays. They are also known for the variety of colors and bloom types.

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Former Augusta Council of Garden Clubs President Judy Kirkland, who has been learning about attracting pollinators and good bugs to her garden, will hold a seminar to encourage others to do the same.

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