Week 1 winners There were 45 entries for the first week of the contest. No contestants picked all 10 games correctly, two contestants picked nine correctly, 17 picked eight correctly and 14 picked seven games correctly.
ATLANTA - The freshman legislator who suffered the cold shoulders of his veteran colleagues by proposing a limit on lobbyists' gifts in 2011 is now a veteran himself, and flush with ultimate victory on the new gift-limit law, Sen.
Over the decades it's become clear that an environmental crisis is the media's baby; environmental progress is an orphan. Acid rain was an environmental calamity in the 1980s, claiming much media and public attention.
School council meetings scheduled for Columbia County schools. Baker Place Elementary (706) 447-2115 2011 Hero Way, Grovetown Meeting: Sept. 6, Dec. 6, March 7 and May 2. All meetings begin at 7:30 a.m. at the school.
Yard Sale Lynndale, Inc., a nonprofit corporation, is holding a Community Yard Sale, plant sale from 7 a.m. to noon Saturday, Sept. 14, at 1490 Eisenhower Drive, across from The Augusta National. Tax-deductible donated items will be accepted from 10 a.
Army Cadet Lateef A. Daly has graduated from the Army ROTC Leader's Training Course at Fort Knox, Ky. Daly is a student at Georgia Regents University. He is the son of Leslie and Grace Daly of Evans and is a 2010 graduate from Greenbrier High School.