Wrestling coach knows his game
When Gralyn Harris is at the helm, Greenbrier High School's wrestlers don't know what to expect during training.
Candidate sees the same issues
Five candidates vying for the District 4 Columbia County Commission seat agreed on one thing at the county Republican Party's monthly breakfast meeting Saturday: the need for stability in the position.
Annual gala will offer gaming for charity
Las Vegas is coming to Martinez on Saturday.
STAR student 's achievements go well beyond the classroom
Stephanie Cipollone accumulates accolades the way many young women her age rack up new pairs of shoes.
Student 's family touched by fundraising effort
Greenbrier High School senior Zach Simons has found a way to pay homage to a former bandmate who was critically injured in a 2009 car crash.
Two rezonings win board 's approval
The Columbia County Planning Commission approved two rezoning requests Thursday, bringing both properties into conformity.
Harlem Mayor's Chili Challenge
Harlem resident Chuck Pyburn, dressed in chef's attire, prepares a cup of chili for a customer during the sixth annual Mayor's Chili Challenge in Harlem on Saturday.
Celebrating black history
Evans Middle School students revisited the Motown era during a Black History Month celebration. Evans Middle School student Caleb Holley and his dad, Robert, perform with the Abatsu Drummers and Dancers.
Pet Adoption Showcase
These pets are available for adoption from Columbia County Animal Services. For more information, call (706) 541-4077 or visit www.columbiacountyga.gov and follow the links to Animal Services. Adult animals cost $25 to adopt, and puppies and kittens cost $20. Animals must be spayed or neutered. Visitors must wear closed-in shoes to visit the kennel area, which is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on weekdays. The facility is at 6337 Columbia Road in Appling.
Baritone Jerome Barry shows Evans High School student Kyle Monroe which muscles to use to project his voice. Barry is a laureate of the McClosky Institute of Voice and was in the area to conduct a master class at USC Aiken.
Wife of child abuser is given probation
Mail reminder of 'prophecy'
One of the regrettable songs to come out of the wandering-in-the-wilderness musical era of the 1980s was "The Final Countdown" by the Swedish hair band Europe.
An opportunity to make your voice heard
Much of Columbia County's attention, at least as far as politics is concerned, is focused these days on the race in County Commission District 4.
State legislature is moving slowly
In all the years I've reported on the activities of the General Assembly, a criticism I have heard many times is that Georgia's legislators introduce too many bills and pass too many laws.
Editorial cartoon for Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2011.
Lacrosse squads open with scrimmages
Greenbrier's Elizabeth Caskey prepares to pass around a Lakeside defender during the teams' season-opening scrimmage Thursday at Lakeside High School. Greenbrier won that contest 15-14.
Greenbrier boys face tough matchup with Jonesboro in opener of state playoffs
The Greenbrier boys basketball team (19-10) faces a tough test Saturday in the first round of the state playoffs when it travels to No. 8 Jonesboro (25-3).
'Pack, Lady Warriors begin quest for crown
Grovetown's girls basketball squad has been dominant all season.
Harlem 's season of struggles ends in rout
Columbia County had a pair of programs -- Grovetown's girls and Greenbrier's boys -- earn state playoff berths. Here are the other results from last week's region tournaments.
Sterling Tran - Lakeside High School
Ten years ago, Sterling Tran had no idea what golf was. A television ad in 2001 for The First Tee's brand-new Augusta facility changed that.
Lakeside 's all-region lineman decides to play for Blue Hose
John Hardy has been a huge part of Lakeside High School's football resurgence during the past few years.
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