With the middle school football season winding down, Greenbrier and Evans continue to lead their respective divisions. Greenbrier defeated Stalling Islands, 30-6, to improve to 6-0 and retain its one-game lead in the West Division.
With Hurricane Matthew bearing down on the East Coast, it seems timely to think about our planning for natural disasters. Natural disasters can destroy your personal property and severely impair your ability to conduct financial transactions.
In recent columns, we have discussed two of the four constitutional amendments that voters will see on their ballots Nov. 8.
Amendment 1, as it is numbered on the ballot, would authorize the creation of an "Opportunity School District," Gov.
A&E Development Company, Inc. to Birarcliff Homeowners Association, Inc.; Map & Parcel number 074, 426; $0; Deed of gift
Travis L. Holmes to Jesse Michael Prescott; 8040 Battle Street; $185,000
Edward J. Barr to NuCompass Mobility Services, Inc.
Taylor Daniel Sheets and Laurel Leigh Smith applied for a marriage license May 23 and were married Sept. 10 in Appling
Mark Thomas James and Emily Suzette Lowe applied for a marriage license Aug. 22 and were married Sept.
Dove hunters have more opportunities to take to the field in October and November, according to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources' Wildlife Resources Division. Dove fields will be available Oct. 8-28, and again Nov. 24-Jan. 13.
As the temperatures cool and our summer annuals fade we look to add a splash of color with winter annuals. Pansies, violas, snapdragons, flowering kale and cabbage are good choices for the winter climate in the Augusta area.
Columbia County's natural resources will be put to the test when the county welcomes the U.S. Adventure Race National Championships and Rev3 Adventures Bartram's Wildwood Adventure races, starting Friday.