7 - Judy Whaley
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These hands that once were scarred by nails
Are offered now to you
For these hands now hold eternity
Believe this for it's true
And these hands that healed the blind man
And caused those eyes to see
And blessed the food for thousands
Are outstretched for you and me
And these hands that bathed discip...
Practice with the Augusta Rowing Club might be five times a week, but Carson Williams looks forward to each one.
"I like being on the water," said the North Augusta High School freshman. "It's different, unique.
NAME: Alexa Hernandez
SCHOOL: Our Lady of Peace
FAVORITE CLASS: Music
FAVORITE LUNCH: Cereal
FAVORITE P.E. ACTIVITY: Running
HOBBIES: Playing outside
A ROLE MODEL OF MINE IS: my mom.
WHEN I GROW UP, I WANT TO: be a singer.
Greeneway named biking destination
Ideal Living Magazine has named the North Augusta Greeneway among the top 15 biking destinations in its fall 2013 edition.
The magazine listed the Greeneway as the No. 5 biking location, according to a news release.
Robbery suspect sought
North Augusta Public Safety is seeking the community's help in identifying a robbery suspect.
According to public safety, a black man entered Dollar General, 203 Edgefield Road, close to 9 p.m.
Pupils at Mossy Creek Elementary School received a reminder Monday to "be a buddy, take a stand, lend a hand."
It's a motto the school had a few years ago, but it's "great to keep in mind," said Shari Hooper, the school's counselor.
The rush of the holiday season has officially begun, and with it comes hustling and bustling, shopping and visiting. With all of the rushing around, it's easy to forget to stop and just take a moment to breathe.
When it comes to estate planning, it can be very involved and even more so for families of children and adults with disabilities.
The RECing Crew will have a workshop Monday to help address the topic, said Pam Stickler, the executive director.