Grand jury indicts Savannah man in November First Citizens theft
Web-posted 02/04/10
WARRENTON, Ga. -- A 43-year-old Savannah man has been indicted by a grand jury for the November robbery of a local bank.
Fourth-grader to compete to be top speller
Web-posted 02/04/10
Even though it was her first time to participate, winning the county spelling bee was no big deal for Auvia Carter. In fact, the fourth-grader at Norris Elementary School said she liked studying for the competition.
Ferguson wins recognition for work on radio
Web-posted 02/04/10
Apparently, Nashville likes Steve Ferguson.
One Stop has training center in mind
Web-posted 02/04/10
Joyce Blevins is a woman on a mission these days.
Construction lab addition to build careers
Web-posted 02/04/10
One of the goals of the McDuffie County School System is to prepare students for life outside the classroom. A new classroom at Thomson High School will help do just that.
Dearing man dies after pickup flips on Iron Hill Road
Web-posted 02/04/10
A 41-year-old businessman who lost control of his pickup truck and overturned late last Friday died early the next morning, authorities say.
Adjust magnesium for cattle to avoid tetany
Web-posted 02/04/10
I know it's hard to believe but we are fast approaching the time of year when veterinarians diagnose the most cases of grass tetany. Soon, small grains will take off with lush growth and grass tetany could be a problem.
Auction, children's ball will add to Family Y scholarships
Web-posted 02/04/10
The bright and fun decor in their display windows leave no doubt that Y130 is dedicated to children. And that dedication is about to go another step further. The Y130, along with the Thomson Family Y, recently kicked off a fundraising campaign to benefit their scholarship programs.
Arrests
Web-posted 02/04/10
John Russell Kirk, 34, Aiken, S.C., Suspended License, Window Tint Violation, Other Authorities
Government meetings
Web-posted 02/04/10
Warren County Board of Education
Martin Luther King Jr. Day closings
Web-posted 01/18/10
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