Police Blotter, Oct. 6, 2013
Bass Pro Shops has canceled its plan to build a store in Columbia County, officials announced Tuesday.
Marriage Licenses, Oct. 6, 2013
DUIs, Oct. 6, 2013
Divorces, Oct. 6, 2013
Okay, this is one of the few serious columns I write every year, but the subject has been weighing on my heart for a while.
An abused child. If this has been happening from the day he was born, he probably doesn't know any other way of life.
When I asked, "Do you know what day it is," my husband blinked and stared. So I cued him, "It's a very special day." His memory snagged on a limb hiding beneath the surface.
When officials announced that Bass Pro Shops had backed out of a deal to build a store in Columbia County, the initial reaction from most was disappointment - the county had let a big fish get away.
The Greenbrier High School Lady Wolfpack defeated Warner Robins 8-0. 16-0, in the first round of the Region 2-AAAAA softball tournament Saturday. They qualified for the state playoffs with the sweep.
A judge is considering granting a new trial for Scott Dean. His adoptive daughter, who accused him of molestation in 2010, recanted her story.
Richard Harmon, Columbia County's longtime director of its Development Services Division, abruptly resigned this week, county officials said.
Harlem authorities arrested four people this week for selling methamphetamine.
The Lakeside Lady Panthers volleyball team beat Greenbrier and Evans in a home tri-match Thursday night. The win created a three-way tie for the Area 2-AAAAA top spot.
A Martinez man was charged with murder after another he scuffled with died from injuries.
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