Columbia County Police Blotter, May 22, 2013
Evans Christian Academy's six graduates this past Saturday marked the beginning of graduation season for public and private Columbia County schools.
Whenever med school got tough for Adam Donnelly, he'd look at the faded photo of his little sister for inspiration.
A weekend of country and bluegrass bands will be featured at the fourth annual Papa Joe's Banjo-B-Que and Bluegrass Festival at Evans Towne Center Park Friday and Saturday, May 24-25.
Columbia County commissioners Tuesday unanimously rejected a proposal to turn a failed professional park into a townhome development.
Three kayakers were sucked through the headgates of the Augusta Canal Tuesday afternoon, with all but one escaping injury.
Four Columbia County schools will be in new locations when they reopen this fall, and one school no longer will exist.
Swimming lessons offered
The Smith-Hazel Recreation Center pool is offering American Red Cross swimming lessons.
The lessons are offered Monday through Thursday in two-week sessions.
These are the bookings for the North Augusta Department of Public Safety for April 12-16. Suspects are innocent until proven guilty.
Police search for cell phone thief
North Augusta Public Safety officers are looking for a man they said broke into Walmart on Knox Avenue and stole 13 cell phones, valued at nearly $8,000.
According to a news release, at about 3:30 a.m.
SCHOOL: Hammond Hill Elementary
FAVORITE CLASS: Language arts
FAVORITE LUNCH: Pizza
The city of North Augusta will receive its first payment from sales tax III in July but it will likely be 2014 before residents will see any work on the capital projects.
Though the steel guitar once defined country music, it doesn't get much attention on the airwaves today.
North Augusta Today ©2013. All Rights Reserved.