These accounts were taken from Columbia County Sheriff's Office incident reports:
Two Grovetown High School students are facing charges of having alcohol at school Thursday.
Sheriff's deputies were called to the school about 8:30 a.m.
A fire that began late Monday night, destroyed a kiln used for drying wood at an Appling lumber yard.
Crews were dispatched to Pollard Lumber Co. on Washington Road near the intersection at Pollard's Corner about 9:20 p.m. Monday, according to Columbia County Fire Rescue Administrative Chief Jeremy Wallen.
In his first year as Grovetown's head coach, Damien Postell recently picked up a prestigious statewide award.
Recently, Postell was named the Atlanta Falcons Coach of the Week, presented by Ford. The award goes to 12 high school coaches in the state of Georgia throughout the season, recognizing them for their hard work and their efforts making a difference on and off the field.
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Area residents have been selected for Samford University's Fellows honors program.
University Fellows is Samford's honors college experience. Admission to the program is highly competitive. The program offers an interdisciplinary great ideas core curriculum, international study in Italy, funding for academic enrichment and a four-year University Fellows scholarship.