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The Savannah RiverKeepers piqued my curiosity because it seems they are so against our new river projects - the shops, homes and stadium. Comment?
The Jackets have tradition and prestige on their side. The Predators are a program that's still trying to get its feet under it.The two teams squared off last Monday at The River Club, a match that saw the Jackets simply overwhelm the Predators.C olby Bradley shot a match-low 41 for the Jackets. Comment?
North Augusta's City Council newcomer David McGhee is excited to start his political role. Comment?
Two weeks ago, the "Wrinkles" column talked about the high cost of electricity and many seniors having to do without necessary items to pay their bills. Comment?
Graniteville native Phil Napier will be returning to serve on Aiken County Council after handily winning the March 26 general election for District 6. The former Councilman, who served from 1999 to 2002, was the only candidate listed on the ballot, leading to a relatively uncontested victory. Comment?
Spc. James Freitas, a healthcare specialist from 5010th U.S. Army Hospital, Ft. Gordon, Ga., is competing in the Army Reserve Medical Command's prestigious 'Best Warrior Competition' in Pinellas Park and Camp Blanding, Fla., March 22-30, 2013. Comment?
North Augusta is almost an acre larger, in the wake of an unusually brief North Augusta City Council meeting held Monday evening. Comment?
These are the bookings recorded by the North Augusta Department of Public Safety for the dates of March 22-27. Some of the people may not have spent time in jail if they posted bond and were released. Comment?
A Greenwood man is a suspect in a case of larceny, involving lawn furniture valued at $1,530 being stolen from a home on Riverview Drive during the March 22-26 period. Comment?
Joey Stocum and Richard Davenport of CommuniGraphics work in the screen printing area. Comment?
A new WalMart is in the works in North Augusta near Exit 5 on I20. Staff photo by Photo by Michael Ulmer. Comment?
Andrew Smith works on his Eagle Scout project at Living History Park while volunteer Jacob Criss looks on. Comment?
Families sprint in search of candy and prize eggs at the Optimist Club Egg Dash at Lion's Field. Comment?
Aiken County School Board Vice Chair Ray Fleming, S.C. Sen R-Aiken, Hammond Hill principal Janet Vaughan and S.C. Rep Bill Hixon pose for a photo with the resolutions passed in honor of Hammond Hill winning the National Blue Ribbon award. Comment?
Courtney Johnson of North Augusta is a state qualifier in the National History Day competition. Comment?
"Swing into Art" will be on display from April 1 to 26 at the Arts and Heritage Center in North Augusta. Comment?
From left, Aiken Technical College President Dr. Susan Winsor, ATC students Jeremiah Thayer and Adelaide Marcoux, and ATC Department Chair for History and Social Sciences Bruce McCord at the PTK All-State Academic Team ceremony at the Statehouse. Comment?
Miss Sophomore Murphy Bazemore, Miss Senior Amelia Carter, Miss NASH Shelby Kenrick, Miss Junior Allison Owings and Miss Freshman Cara Odom smile for a photo following the pageant. Comment?
New to the event this year is a silent auction, which will start the evening of April 19 and go through April 21. Comment?
Mary Tabor, a senior at North Augusta High School, dances her way to this year's North Augusta Idol title, with a soundtrack of "This Woman's Work." Staff photo by Staff photo by Bill Bengtson. Comment?