Columbia County current events and announcements
As basketball season heads into its final month, the games are just starting to heat up.
Harlem's Tori Poss signed a letter of intent Thursday, Jan. 17, to play softball for Chattahoochee Valley Community College.
Buddy Holder, who played for Evans High School during the infamous "headphone" game with Effingham County 25 years ago, has been promoted to head coach for the south Georgia team.
Columbia County Police Blotter, Jan. 20, 2013
Drought conditions have affected Columbia County economically.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce's Hiring Our Heroes job fair for veterans and military spouses is set for Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2013.
Columbia County Facilities Services Manager Paul Scarbary is Columbia County's Employee of the Year for 2012.
Evans was routed 69-30 by Rutland Saturday afternoon in the Second Annual William Avery Invitational.
The Lakeside High School boys win on a last-second shot while the Greenbrier girls hold off the Lady Panthers Friday night at Lakeside.
The owners of two Columbia County convenience stores were recently indicted for selling Spice.
Former Richmond County Sheriff's Office investigator David Timothy Dutton was indicted for rape in connection to November sexual assault.
Columbia County School System officials held a public meeting Thursday to explain the propsed move of the Alternative School to Evans Elementary.
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