Former Greenbrier stars Rich Poythress and Brandon Cumpton continue their rises in pro baseball with minor league affiliates.
Evans High School graduate Ben Hayslip went to Nashville to pursue a career in country music, and has become a highly regarded songwriter.
Harlem High junior track star Devin Frails wants to be a leader on his team.
Carnival Lewiston Elementary School, 5426 Hereford Farm Road, will hold its spring carnival 6-9 p.m. Friday. Stevens Creek Elementary School will hold a community fair from 5-10 p.m.
The eighth annual Rodeo Nights is this weekend at the Columbia County Fairgrounds.
David Daughtry and The Good Ol' Boys perform today during Rodeo Nights at the Columbia County Fairgrounds.
A resource fair set for Saturday will provide information for special needs students, their families and professionals.
Two Grovetown High seniors recently signed letters of intent to attend prestigious military academies.
Calender of events for Columbia County
Culpepper Ford, a dealership run by the Culpeppers since 1963, closed last week in Thomson.
Attendance is a big issue for AYP, so long vacation season is important to prevent absenteeism.
It seems the biggest lesson we learn from busted teen drinkers is that the next ones have to be more careful.
Gov. Sonny Perdue cooked the books to make Georgia's graduation rate look better, but the day of reckoning came last week.
Greenbrier's girls advance to the second round of the Region 2-AAAA soccer tournament with a 8-0 win over Ware County Tuesday night.
Spay-Ghetti dinner, Raffle, Bake Sale fundraiser benefiting Columbia County Humane Society and Dogwood Park Spay/Neuter Clinic.
Adult $7 Child $4 4/26/2012 5:00 - 7:30 pm take out available
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