School is back in for almost everyone. If you're a parent or you're involved with sports (or both), you've no time to catch your breath. Softball has started. Football has started - the first game is Friday. And don't forget cross country and volleyball.
After planting seeds for the future in 2014, Augusta Prep's coaches and players are hoping everything comes to fruition this year.
Two seasons ago, the team started a multitude of underclassmen and won just one game.
Not too many animals get quite the same emotional response as snakes when they are found in the woods or around the house.
People have been repulsed by or attracted to snakes ever since the dawn of time. Snakes are part of the landscape.
Todd Garrett Ciepluch and Morgan Elizabeth Brazell applied for a marriage license March 31 and were married May 28 in Hephzibah
Dexter Devine Jones and Teresa Sybille Jordan applied for a marriage license April 5 and were married Ju...
Dear CNT Editor, The current state of Richmond County and Columbia County school districts are like a quote in Charles Dickens, A Tale of Two Cities. Dickens wrote, "It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.
Columnist's note: This column was written in August of 1999, when my sons were in the eighth and fourth grades. They are now 30 and 26, so some of the particulars are dated, but most of the concepts haven't changed. I think parents of school-age children can still relate to the situation overall.
Somewhere between July Fourth and the dog days, summer doldrums set in. Too hot for baseball, too hot to fish, too hot to swim, too hot to act happy, too hot to work up a good argument. My older brother and I would flop on the front porch, sulking and sweating. Then trouble started.