Paine College's 2014 recruiting class got off to a fast start with a key local signee Wednesday afternoon.
The Lions picked up Lakeside defensive standout Kendall White, who helped anchor the Panther defense. White is part of a class of eight players who signed with Paine, which will play in Division II in the fall.
Thom Tuckey, a former Fort Gordon garrison commander who has since devoted his time to promoting the Army installation, was honored Tuesday by the Columbia County Chamber of Commerce with its Lifetime Achievement Award.
Broccoli is a favorite garden vegetable in Georgia. It can be planted in early spring or fall. Broccoli is a member of the Brassica family and is closely related to cauliflower, Brussels sprouts and cabbage.
The grass is dormant and plants are not blooming, but winter isn't the time to slack off from working in the yard and gardens. In fact, this is the perfect time of year to work on design issues in the yard and plan for spring.
National Signing Day was this past Wednesday and several Columbia County Players signed football scholarships. The talent and athleticism in the county continues to improve and another busy signing day is proof.