Sunday, January 13, 2002

Learning Spanish is a useful English tool
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Quit 'overreacting,' let schools do jobs
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Trust, communication essential in schools
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County coped well with snow
Pam Tucker has the proof.

What's in a name?
It's rarely a pretty job, but Linda Fulmer and the staff at Columbia County's Animal Control department have to do it.

Greenbrier gets funds for pupils
Greenbrier High School has reached out to help other schools affected by the Sept. 11 tragedy.

Tree honors Aleana's memory
Christy and Howell Johnson want their daughter's legacy to live on at Westmont Elementary School.

Education panel has new leader
A shake-up on the Columbia County Board of Education knocked veteran trustee Roxanne Whitaker out of the chairwoman's seat after an election of officers Tuesday night.

Property transfers
W. M. Scott General Contracting, Inc. to Ralph Kaylor and Pamela H. Foster, 4971 Autumn Trail, $35,000

Curent events
The Friends of the Columbia County Libraries will be meeting next at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Gibbs Library on Belair Road. For more information, call 541-0726.

Police reports
The following accounts were taken from reports filed with the Columbia County Sheriff's Office.

Time capsule
As reported in The Columbia News 32 years ago, Jan 15, 1970

Chairman, funding top session
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Consolidation: Dead on arrival?
It is likely that the proposal to consolidate all of Columbia Countys three governments was summarily strangled in its cradle last week.

A symbol of spiritual truth
Though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they be red like crimson, they shall be as wool.

A goodbye to Nick Crawford
The best description of Nick Crawford is contained in an off-the-cuff comment from banker Andy Kingery.

Making the grade
In the past, report card day held some suspense for high school students.

Basketball games to be broadcast on Comcast
Columbia County's high school basketball teams will be receiving plenty of television time over the next few weeks on Comcast Cable Channel 4.

Basketball coaches list midyear team grades
Whether they're in the classroom or on the court, Columbia County's high school basketball coaches are teachers first.

Excellence in class adds to athletic performance
Lakeside High School basketball player Adi Filipovic plays post for the Panthers, and although he's not one of the top scorers on the squad, he is posting some pretty good numbers.

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