Senator voted for tax cuts, which hurt economy
Bill Shipps April 28 column, Clelands Daschle link, is, at best, misleading. A person reading Shipps column would get the distinct impression that Sen. Max Cleland, D-Ga., voted against President George W. Bushs tax cuts. That is not true. Cleland, together with Sen. Zell Miller, D-Ga., voted for those tax cuts.
Early start times, extra projects hurt student rest
I completely agree with the April 24 letter from M. Murro, Schools need later start times; students need less homework.
Harsh words for 'changes' in Grovetown Police
What a difference a chief makes.
Coverlet raffle will benefit senior center
What started out as a way to raise funds for members of the Grovetown Senior Citizens Center to have fun has become an artistic endeavor.
Greenbrier seniors win top honors in literacy competition
Two Greenbrier High School students won top honors in the senior division of the Morris Museum of Art's student literary competition Combining Voices.
Suspect goes before judge; authorities charge boyfriend
A crowd stood of officers and journalists stood outside waiting for a K-9 unit to search the inside of the building. A deputy held a metal detector while another inspected all bags entering the building.
More of Harlem High's sand art.
Robbers take back seat to lobsters
The customers at Red Lobster on Washington Road in Augusta were very patient with their waiters and waitresses during lunch Thursday.
Panel set to unveil recreation proposal
A proposed Recreation Master Plan for Columbia County will be unveiled at 6 p.m. Monday at the Patriots Park gymnasium.
Harlem High art students leave their mark on the beach
It was about 1:30 p.m. Wednesday when a team of 28 Harlem High School art students arrived on the beach at Tybee Island, and when they left about 4 p.m., they left behind a sea monster, a larger-than-life ladybug, a sea turtle, a guitar, a man escaping from a shark and a camel.
Resumen en espanol
Un hombre de Harlem murio el martes en la noche despues de que se atraveso el el camino de otro automobil.
As reported in The Columbia News-Times 12 years ago on Wednesday, May 2, 1990.
A Harlem man was killed Tuesday night after he pulled into the path of another vehicle.
Sara Lee Parker, a senior at Augusta Preparatory Day School, has been awarded a Presidential Scholarship from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Get up and go
First Baptist Church of Evans will host Time Out, a monthly "inspiration and lunch" gathering at 11:50 a.m. on Thursday, May 16.
The U.S. Army Signal Corps Band will perform A Star Spangled Evening in the Pavilion at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Watson-Brown Foundation in Thomson.
The following accounts were taken from reports filed with the Columbia County Sheriff's office.
Tiger Inc. to Melinda S. Powell, 616 Byrd Drive, $25,000
Anticipation greets annex
So, I thought, this is what were spending eleven-and-a-half million bucks for.
Wins hard-fought in Legislature
Theres a story about two men riding a two-seater bicycle to the top of a mountain. After much straining and
Law gets tougher on ID theft
For the victims of Tamika Bumpass, Georgias tougher law against identity theft comes just a little too late.
Worship - or else!
Let us hold fast the profession of our faith..., and not give up meeting together as some are in the habit of doing.
Lakeside, prep score high in golf tourneys
The Lakeside High School golf team returned to the Region 3-AAAA throne last week at Waynesboro Country Club, where the Panthers shot a team score of 311 to beat runner-up Thomson by three strokes.
The fifth annual All-Star Basketball camp will be held June 3-7 at Lakeside Middle School. The camp, which will be conducted by Lakeside Middle School girls basketball coach Angela Shay, is for girls in grades 4-9. The camp will run from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. daily. The cost is $75 ($60 for each additional child), which includes a T-shirt and pizza party at the end of the week. for more information, contact Coach Shay at 855-6900.
Vinson receives ASU recognition
Augusta State University held its annual Gerald Daise Awards banquet Monday night to recognize the school's athletic programs.
Lions gain 'king of the courts' title
Augusta Preparatory Day School hosted the tennis tournament, but the Augusta Christian Lions hoisted the trophy.
Panthers on state prowl
How important were the soccer victories Lakeside High School's squads recorded at Greenbrier on April 17?
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