The theme for this past week in Columbia County could be "Girls Gone Wild," but not remotely in a good way.
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal and the state Legislature made a bipartisan effort this pass session to correct their mistake that nearly crippled the state's technical colleges.
Columbia County current events, May 12, 2013
Columbia County Police Blotter, May 12, 2013
An Appling woman volunteered to be a surrogate for her sister's baby, who now is a happy 5-year-old daughter and neice.
The planned extension of River Watch Parkway will be featured at an open house Tuesday, May 14, 2013 in Evans by the Georgia Department of Transportation.
The Columbia County Board of Education, looking for options to filling a nearly $5 million budget deficit, likely will consider a tax increase when they meet Tuesday, May 14.
Retiring Columbia County School Superintendent Charles Nagle took equal parts praise and good-natured ribbing during a reception Thursday, May 9, 2013.
North Augusta City Council said farewell to one councilman and welcomed two new members during the regular meeting Monday night.
Outgoing councilman Arthur Shealy was recognized by Mayor Lark Jones for his service to North Augusta.
The Grovetown Heritage Festival, rained out last month, has been rescheduled for Saturday, May 11, 2013 at Liberty Park.
Grovetown officials shut down Robinson Avenue for nearly two hours while they investigated a package containing a suspicious substance.
The Lakeside Panthers were swept from the GHSA Class AAAAA state baseball tournament, losing 4-3 and 7-0 to Whitewater Wednesday night.
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