Kids still can't drive golf cars without licenses
Re: The Columbia County News-Times July 6 editorial, Why not make room for golf cars?
Biblical view conflicts with American perspective
It is quite alarming that a Christian movement exists that wants to perpetuate the violence in the Middle East and deny the establishment of a Palestinian homeland, the only viable solution for a peaceful outcome.
Proposed fire tax would provide essential funds
Columbia County citizens should all pay for fire protection.
Longtime auto business moving location
Ronnie Leroy has seen Evans grow up around him.
County requests more emergency funding
Columbia County officials mailed a grant request Wednesday that may mean more than $340,000 in funds for emergency responders.
New McDuffie airport sets open house
The buzz surrounding the brand new Thomson-McDuffie Regional Airport could be deafening after Saturday.
County opens customer-service phone line
A dead animal lies by the road. A water pipe breaks. The power goes out.
Cub Scouts flock to Wildwood Park
Travis Parks and Tyler Hall hiked around Wildwood Park Friday with the other members of the Renegades following clues to the treasure.
Organizers postpone Family Fun Weekend
The Wildwood Family Fun Weekend hasn't been canceled, only postponed.
Tenants revitalize shopping center
When Wild Birds Unlimited flies the coop at Augusta West Shopping Center and lands at West Town Shopping Center this month, it will be one more egg in a basket that now is 100 percent full.
Thomson to throw downtown festival
The Camellia City will play host to the Festival Off Main Street this year, according to Thomson-McDuffie Chamber of Commerce officials.
Fulfilling a "lifelong dream,"Jeanie Spears and her husband, former Columbia County Commissioner Frank Spears, traveled on a 10-day safari to Tanzania, Africa.
As reported in The Columbia News 35 years ago on Thursday, July 18, 1968.
Harlem High School will offer an orientation session for junior and senior students and their parents.
The following accounts were taken from reports filed with the Columbia County Sheriff's Office.
Will this fight ever be over?
In a few months, Georgia voters who go to the polls for the presidential primaries can also vote for one of two state flags.
Our troops 'standing in the gap'
Almost two years ago I wrote a guest column for The Colombia County News-Times. It was shortly after the Sept. 11 attack on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.
An inexact 'lawnguage
It isnt just the weather and the height of the corn in July that distinguishes the North from the South. No, as I learned again during my recent journey above the Mason-Dixon line, its also the way we talk - tawk, tahk, toke, whatever. And no word advertises that difference more clearly than the way we two halves of the country say the word aunt.<
The news was too good to be true
Unfortunately, to turn an old saying on its head, it seems that news of the resurrection of a Columbia County water park was greatly exaggerated.
Football practice heats up
There was no shade, no air conditioning, no mercy from Mother Nature on Monday morning at Lakeside High School.
Great Scott! Lakeside hoops phenom is ready for senior season
During the upcoming 2003-04 school year, one of the best basketball players to ever knock down a shot in Columbia County will close out his high-school career.
Junior League champs
2003 Junior League Champions
Children get kicks at martial-arts workshop
Punches and kicks took the place of jump shots and home runs at Patriots Park on Saturday.
Like most other 10-year-olds, Robert Anderson has a busy summer schedule.
The Evans High School softball team will begin its tryouts at 9 a.m. Monday at the Evans softball field. Players need a current physical and insurance form to participate.
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