Ballpark will honor boy's memory
Kelly Hawkinberry's worst fear is that people will forget about her son Andrew.
Augusta Christian marks milestones
Augusta Christian Schools will have a 45th anniversary and 25th graduating-class celebration Friday.
County honors armed forces at Memorial Day festivities
Hundreds of red, white and blue balloons lofted into the air above Evans Towne Center toward a giant cloud blocking the sun just as a ray of light broke through.
Private schools schedule their own farewells
Seniors from Columbia County's two local private schools will take their last high-school steps this weekend.
Public forum tackles fire fees, fort's future
Saving Fort Gordon and an updated fire study dominated discussions at a sparsely attended Columbia County town-hall meeting Thursday at Savannah Rapids Pavilion.
Get up and go
Two cooling centers have been opened by the Columbia County Emergency Management Agency at the Bessie Thomas Community Center, 5913 Euchee Creek Drive, and Patriots Park, 5445 Columbia Road.
As reported in the Columbia News 49 years ago, Thursday, May 27, 1954.
Chauncey Moody (left) congratulates Latravis Rogers after Friday night's graduation exercises at Thomson High School.
The following accounts were taken from reports filed with the Columbia County Sheriff's Office.
The Martinez United Methodist Church is holding a yard sale beginning at 8 a.m. Saturday. Inside and outside rental tables are available for $10. For more information, call 210-1926 or 868-1853.
Many thanks, but little time
Every year we predict Columbia Countys Red, White & Blue Veterans Celebration will be bigger and better than the one the year before, and every year the Memorial Day event exceeds expectations.
Memories from Memorial Day
I see strange pictures in the flames, and memories bring tears;
Washington Road to be fixed soon?
Pardon our impatience, but if county officials and the Georgia Department of Transportation could work on Washington Road as much as theyve talked about fixing it, the almost-daily crashes on the highway would be a thing of the past.
Wolfpack golfers remembered
Athletes claimed their trophies at the Greenbrier High School spring sports banquet, but the evening belonged to a pair of Wolfpack golfers whose lives were claimed in a traffic accident during the 2003 season.
The 12th annual Evans Youth Basketball Camp will be June 2-6, with a second session July 7-11. The camps will be at the Evans High School gym for boys and girls ages 6-14. The cost for each camp is $100, or $85 if the camper brings a lunch from home. The costs include a camp T-shirt and snacks each day. Trophies, awards and certificates also will be presented. There is a $10 discount for families with multiple campers. For more information call 650-8008, 863-1198 or 951-3686.
Athelete spotlight on Evans High School
The Columbia County News-Times again honors some of the countys top athletes for the 2002-2003 academic year
Local athlete closes collegiate career at championship
Bottom Line: Column/commentary by Ashley Brown - Lowe closing out career at NCAA championships
Lakeside soccer coaches win state honors
Lakeside High School's soccer teams came up short in Class AAAA state playoff semifinal matches last week, but coaches Donny Rogers and Dave Morgan each received a nice consolation prize.
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