Pastor tells ACS grads to be strong, courageous
God was at the center of the graduation ceremonies for Augusta Christian Schools' class of 2002 Saturday as students, faculty and the featured speaker gave the Almighty thanks for his gifts and encouraged everyone to go through life relying on his faithfulness.
Senior graduates with her class despite late start, hear transplant
When Augusta Christian senior Stephenie Dyer received her diploma Saturday it was the culmination of a dream and a miracle.
Columbia County dries out from flash flooding
Alycee Hooper videotaped the damage done to her 2002 Montero Sport after the water level rose high enough to seep into the interior and a floating station wagon hit it.
Harlem set for city's first Relay for Life
It won't be the biggest or most lucrative American Cancer Society Relay for Life. But it will be the first of what organizers hope will be a long line of successful relays.
Here's a list of crimes compiled from reports from the Columbia County Sheriff's Office. The offenses included are:
The Berths Mark Tent will hold its second meeting at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Harlem Library. Members of the Oliver Hardy appreciation club will elect officers and discuss club business.
The following accounts were taken from reports filed with the Columbia County Sheriff's office.
As reported in The Columbia News 34 years ago on Thursday, June 6, 1968.
Lady Panthers advance to state cup play
The Columbia County Lady Patriots U-17 soccer team was on the hot seat last weekend, and it had nothing to do with the sweltering temperature on the pitch at Patriots Park.
Tournament sends golf airborne
A familiar scene played out last weekend in Columbia County.
Petersburg Racquet Club in Martinez is offering summer tennis camps for juniors 18 and under. Morning and all-day camps are available for all ages and levels. Morning camps for beginner through intermediate levels will run for eight of the first nine weeks of summer (July Fourth week is off). Half-day and all-day camps for tournament players are held for eight weeks throughout the summer. All camps are open to non-members. Call PRC at 860-9288 for more information, or visit the club website at prctennis.com.
Recognition for Evans track standout overdue
Over the past few years, I have written columns on over 100 Columbia County athletes; however, some kids worthy of attention will ultimately slip through the cracks.
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