History has clues to medical changes
I read with interest Mindy Jeffers March 27 guest column, Practices still far from perfect, written as usual in her inimitable style.
U.S. 'cursed' by harboring U.N. site
Having the anti-Israel, anti-Christian United Nations based in New York absolutely curses America, especially New York, its neighboring states - and the capital of our United States government.
Thomson pillar dies in wreck
"It's a sad day for all of us that Mr. James is gone," Thomson Mayor Robert Knox Jr. said Thursday, the day after Thomson businessman and civic leader James Wilson Jr. died.
Local group will aid New York church
While some teens will be spending spring break at the beach and others on the links, a group of Harlem boys will be hammering nails and hammering home the message of God at a small church in New York.
Schools aim to raise awareness
While many high school students prepare end the school year with a bang, school administrators and law enforcement officers are hoping students make safe decisions.
Going for a spin
The doors are open, the rides are cranking and the music is blaring.
John P. Parker & Linnea M. Parker to Bobby L. Barber, John C. Kuchinski & Mary L. Kuchinski, 468 Pheasant Run Drive,$100,899
Resumen en Espanol
El nombre de Lee Anderson no aparecera en la boleta de votar esta vez. Anderson estubo corriendo para la candidatura de La Casa de Representantes y tambien para la possicion de commisionaro. Pero por cierta razon, Anderson se dio de baja de la carrera electoral.
The Riverside Middle School Council's April meeting has been changed to April 15. The meeting will begin at 7 a.m. in the conference room at the school. The public is invited.
As reported in The Columbia News 45 years ago on Thursday, April 11, 1957.
The following accounts were taken from reports filed with the Columbia County Sheriff's office.
Lee Anderson's name may not appear on any ballot this year.
Get up and go
Mary Grigolia - song writer, song leader and Unitarian Universalist minister from Durham, N.C. - will present services in Augusta and Aiken today.
The terrorism of child abuse
TERRORISTS ATTACK AUGUSTA!
Welcome Masters guests, politely
There is a curious churn of population this week in the Augusta area, as thousands of residents stream out of town for spring break, leaving a vacuum quickly filled by visitors flocking to the area for the Masters Golf Tournament.
Lawyer rules Anderson out
The verdict is in: Lee Anderson is not eligible to run for the County Commission seat being vacated by Barry Fleming, who is stepping down to run for the state House seat being vacated by Bill Jackson, who is stepping down to run for the nearest fishin hole.
Resurrection: Fact or myth?
The next day (after the crucifixion) the chief priests and Pharisees said to Pilate: Sir, we remember wh
Who will pass Augusta National's test?
It never fails.
New-age golf clubs changing the game
Gregg Hemann remembers the first time he hit a Great Big Bertha.
When it comes to golf clubs, you can't argue with technology.
Dogs claim 9-8 victory
Although it was still early in the high school baseball season, Harlem faced a crucial game when Region 3-AAA opponent Washington County paid a visit on Wednesday.
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