Sunday, May 19, 2002

County should try to preserve field at Kroger
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Security of America's nuclear plants important
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Mothers love illustrated in lawn-tending image
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Patriotic day set
The finishing touches are being put on what organizers hope will be a patriotic day.

And the winner is
Senior Todd Goodwin won the most coveted award, the John Philip Sousa Band Award, at Evans High School's Band Banquet Thursday.

Stevens' style just right for his circuit
As I sit in the very office occupied by Judge Stevens for so many years and reflect upon his life and career, my mind is flooded by memories. My life intersected in so many respects with Judge Stevens that words come with great difficulty.

Judge Stevens known for life on the bench
A piece of McDuffie County history was buried Tuesday when Judge Robert L. Stevens Sr. was laid to rest.

Harlem High sends letters 'over there'
Harlem High School students got to meet one of their pen pals last week.

Thomson mourns student's death
The same day Thomson High school students were scheduled to pay tribute to a classmate killed in a car accident earlier in the year, they had to mourn the loss of another killed the day before.

County passes response test
It was only a test.

Outdoors experince
It has taken three years but the efforts of Greenbrier Elementary School parents, staff and supporters were in full bloom Monday at the ribbon cutting ceremony for the school's new outdoor classroom.

Feedback wanted on recreation
Columbia County recreation officials want to hear from you.

Columbia digest
A Grovetown man suffered first degree burns during a fire at his home on Old Louisville Road on Wednesday night.

Time capsule
As reported in aThe Columbia News 46 years ago on Thursday, May 17, 1956.

Property transfers
Nordahl Homes Inc. to William A. Nail III and Jennifer M. Kurt, 527 Wendover Way, $116,900

Newsmakers
Elizabeth Susan Borchers of Evans has received a Bachelor of Science degree in industrial engineering from Georgia Tech.

Police reports
School bus vandalized

Resumen en espanol
Un hombre de Grovetown sufrio quemaduras de primer grado durante un insendio en su casa del camino viejo de Louisville el miercoles por la noche.

Applause for all our grads
Another school year has

GREAT move: Eliminate DARE
Three years ago, this editorial page provided an extensi

God in 'present tense'
Holy Spirit, truth divine, dawn upon this soul of mine;

GHSA baseball playoffs
Evans is riding high, Greenbrier crept by, and Lakeside said goodbye.

Husband, wife coaches are leaving AC Lions
Just a couple of years ago, things were looking great for the Augusta Christian Schools athletic program.

U-13 Patriots Classic end with wins
The U-13 Columbia County Patriots Classic soccer team finished the season with back-to-back victories, a 2-0 shutout of the Augusta Arsenal Gunners and a 6-1 win over the Peachtree City Lazers.

Dye signs with Young Harris
With final exams in full swing, and with his Lakeside High School baseball team preparing for a second-round state playoff series, Parker Dye's plate was full last week.

Wilson sign with Covenant
Lakeside High School senior Jonathan Wilson wants to play soccer, get a good education and worship God.

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