Orthopedic practice moves office to new larger location
Physicians with Orthopaedic Associates of Augusta recently started seeing patients at 2511 Associates Way. The practice is tucked behind Evans Town Park, a retail and office complex at North Belair and Hereford Farm roads.
Group hopes to dispel Harlem misconceptions
The small screen might soon be putting a spotlight on Harlem. City leaders recently joined forces with a group of area businesspeople to advertise what the city has to offer.
Sentencing expected soon in abuse case
The wheels of justice often turn slowly. Many Columbia County criminal cases were resolved in 2010, but others have yet to conclude.
Needed: More (and younger) people interested in beekeeping
With the start of a new year, many people make resolutions to lose weight or stop certain habits.
Recycled Christmas trees are good for mulch, fish habitats
Now that the holiday season has passed, the limbs of Christmas trees are drooping from the weight of heavy ornaments and needles litter the floor. But just because the dying tree is no longer vital doesn't mean it's no longer useful. Several recycling programs in the county aim to put the trees to good use.
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Grovetown council seats to be filled Jan. 10
Resignations from two Grovetown councilmen were to go into effect Saturday, and it appears the two seats will remain vacant for at least another week.
Haley Sanders, an eighth-grader at Riverside Middle School, was chosen to be on the America's Clogging Hall of Fame Junior All-American Team for 2010. She received her award at the Stompin Ground in Maggie Valley, N.C., on Oct. 22.
The Army Corps of Engineers is accepting real Christmas trees, not artificial trees, for recycling through Wednesday at Riverside Middle School on Furys Ferry Road in Evans.
A 24-year-old Harlem man died from injuries he received in a single-car crash Tuesday on U.S. Highway 221 near Harlem. Trooper 1st Class Matthew MacDonald, of the Georgia State Patrol post in Grovetown, identified the victim as Jacob Carlyle Davis, of Harlem.
Felipe Mata to Dat Xuan Do and Phung A. Do, 4300 Towne Centre Drive, $780,000.
Dive team awards
Columbia County EMA Dive Rescue and Recovery Team members Chester Plecha (from left), Dave Stewart, Justin Walter and Steve Rossmoine were recognized for their dedication and outstanding service to the community during 2010.
Joshua Thomas Stetler and Amy Rae Graulty applied for a marriage license on Sept. 16, 2010, and were married Nov. 27, 2010, in Augusta.
Christmas in Columbia County
The Brandon Wilde Ladies Breakfast Club enjoyed a private holiday concert by Rob Nordan, the music director of the Columbia County Civic Orchestra.
In support of literacy
On Nov. 3, Automatic Data Processing donated $1,000 to the Greater Augusta Partnership for Literacy. Brock Daniels of Automatic Data Processing presented a check to Carol Grey, executive director of the Ferst Foundation and Tera Cochran, Community Action Team coordinator.
Oliver A. Seigler III and Heather M. Seigler, Dec. 20, 2010.
Get Fit Augusta, 108 North Belair Road, Suite 6, in Evans, held a grand opening ribbon cut with the Columbia County Chamber of Commerce on Dec. 2.
CSRA Happy Tails Rescue Inc. is a nonprofit, licensed animal rescue group committed to the welfare of stray and unwanted dogs and cats. Adoptions are held each Saturday and Sunday from 1 to 4 p.m. at Tractor Supply on Bobby Jones Expressway. For information or to adopt, call Barb at (706) 955-0438 or go to www.csrahappytails.com. [CAPTION] LeRoy is a young male Jack Russell terrier mix.[CAPTION] Mater is a young male flat-coated retriever mix. [CAPTION] Special Photos Tater is a 10-week-old male boxer-pit bull mix.[CAPTION] Jill is a cattle dog mix.
Remembering Civil War history accurately
I was in the fifth grade when the Civil War centennial began back in 1961. For a kid growing up in Georgia, it was a lot of fun to read about the old battles and the men who fought them.
SACS backs off its threat
Word recently came down that SACS has decided to take its finger off the trigger, and won't execute the Warren County school system's accreditation after all.
Editorial cartoon for the Sunday, January 2, 2010 edition of the Columbia County News-Times.
Best wishes for a prosperous new year
The start of a new year typically is a time when everyone from media pundits to streetcorner palm-readers pronounce their prognostications.
Holiday events are important to teams
Evans High School's boys and girls basketball squads played their last game before semester exams on Dec. 13. Their first game upon returning from Christmas break is Jan. 4.
Upcoming high school sports events in Columbia County.
There are many things that irked me in 2010
As I prepare for 2011, I've thought a lot about 2010. For my first column of the new year, I considered giving my thoughts on how the current basketball season will unfold, or discussing the top sports stories of 2010, both of which would have made decent topics.
Warriors are picking up steam as new year starts
Don't let Grovetown High School's sub-.500 record fool you. The boys basketball team seems to be hitting its stride at the perfect time.
The Texans, a Columbia County Recreation Department Junior Bantam football team (9-year-olds), were runners-up in the championship game on Nov. 13 at Greenbrier High.
Early registration is open for boys and girls ages 4-15 for Martinez-Evans Little League's baseball leagues for the 2011 season. For early registration, go to www.eteamz.com/martinezevanslittleleague
Warriors senior turning games into block party
On Grovetown's Mike Chandler, Greenbrier coach Casey Heckathorn doesn't mince words. "He's as good a shot blocker as there is at our high school level," he said. "His strength is his wing span."
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