Cooling centers open to provide heat relief
As the temperature rises, two cooling centers in the county have been opened for those at high risk to the summer heat.
School panel to ask for testing change
Georgia school systems may soon have the option of throwing out the yardstick they have used in the past to measure student progress against others in the nation.
Field of change
Doctors Hospital has outlined future plans to develop the 21 acres behind Kroger in the Evans Town Center.
Police were still investigating two weekend deaths late Monday.
Duo tells 'magical' life story
Petrick and Mia Krejcik have dazzled crowds around the world for more than 20 years with their original magic tricks and shows. And, it was their use of magic tricks that helped them escape from Communist Czechoslovakia to freedom.
Georgia elections qualifying begins
Let the campaigning begin.
Family Fitness Weekend again at Wildwood Park
Columbia County will get a bit of the national spotlight during a series of events at Wildwood Park this weekend.
As reported in The Columbia News 21 years ago on Wednesday, June 17, 1981.
Augusta State University graduates
The following area residents have graduated with degrees from Augusta State University:
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First Baptist Church of Evans will host its monthly inspiration and lunch program, Time Out, at 11:50 a.m. Thursday.
The following accounts were taken from reports filed with the Columbia County Sheriff's office.
Pride dominates USSA series
The Georgia Pride shamed their opponents while sweeping six games and winning the USSSA World Series, which was played Memorial Day Weekend in Atlanta.
Slugging it out
Greenbrier High School's softball players are on summer break, but they're not taking a break from softball.
'Gambler' sees victory at Carolina Clash race
The Carolina Clash Super Late Model series made its first visit to the Peach State Saturday night for a 50-lap event at Gordon Park Speedway.
Youth event teaches skills, sportsmanship
Michelle Sweic has lived in Columbia County for less than a month, and she already has tapped into the local resources.
Area natives note 'minor' success
Several Columbia County natives are currently playing professional baseball at the minor-league level, and all four former county baseball stars are making progress in their careers.
Basketball camp participants learn fundamentals of game
The Lakeside High School Panther Basketball Camp of Champions was held the school from May 27 until May 31.
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