It's made out of reinforced bricks and meant to withstand weather that could crumble most houses.
Educator says goodbye to the classroom
Columbia County's 2003 Teacher of the Year is leaving the classroom to become an assistant principal at Lakeside High School.
Event allows disabled children to ski
Blake Collins considers himself an expert water skier and nothing can convince him otherwise - not even the wipeout he took while skiing or the disability he lives with.
Harlem's first Relay for Life brings in $21,000 for Americna Cancer Society
A dozen teams trekked around the Harlem High School football field Friday, raising more than $20,000 for the American Cancer Society.
Price scores 'A' on year evaluation
On Friday, Columbia County School Superintendent Tommy Price got his report card, and school board trustees had given him an A.
Teachers take pupil role for program
Christy Brown is usually teaching English at Thomson High School, but last week , she is a student at The Augusta Chronicle as part of the CSRA School to Work: Educators in Industry program.
As reported in The Columbia News 64 years ago on Thursday, June 16, 1938.
The following accounts were taken from reports filed with the Columbia County Sheriff's office.
Cheney will make tracks to Clemson
Scholarship signings usually draw a crowd, and that was the case last week when 2002 Evans High School graduate Roy Cheney signed his letter of intent to attend Clemson University on a track and field scholarship next season.
2 Gamecocks miss out on World Series
Most area sports fans know the name Rico Bravo.
On the course to success
Scott Parel tried to remain in his normal routine last week, but as the 37-year-old golf professional worked on his swing Thursday at the West Lake Country Club driving range, he realized the words "normal" and "routine" had been temporarily deleted from his vocabulary.
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