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North Augusta bookings
These are the bookings recorded by the North Augusta Department of Public Safety for the dates of May 3 to May 9. Some of the people may not have spent time in jail if they posted bond and were released.
Wed May 15, 2013
Woman arrested on DUI charge after 3-car accident in North Augusta
Investigators say Aleaka Danielle Baker, who was riving a 2000 Honda Civic, rear-ended a 2008 Honda Fit, which then hit a Honda Odyssey at the traffic light on W. Martintown Road at Georgia Avenue.
Mon May 13, 2013
Berry wins NACAC student art show - accompanying photo
Matthew Berry, best of show winner at the North Augusta Cultural Arts Council's Student Art Show, smiles for a photo with his work "Creek in Forest." Staff photo by Photo by Scott Rodgers.
Golf cart stolen from park shed
An EZ-GO golf cart belonging to the Olde Towne Preservation Association was stolen during the Saturday-Sunday overnight hours, according to a report from the North Augusta Department of Public Safety.
World's No. 1 disc golfer pays a visit to Hippodrome - accompanying photo
The world's No. 1 disc golfer, Ricky Wysocki, uncorks a long drive at the Hippodrome on Wednesday evening.
Mayor's Prayer Luncheon proves to be a communal gathering - accompanying photo
Rev. Dr. John Younginer speaks at the Mayor's Prayer Luncheon. Beside him is Mayor Lark Jones.
Sun May 12, 2013
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Police react to recent attack and give safety advice to locals
Last week's brutal attack on two South Carolina residents on the Augusta Riverwalk left the CSRA paralyzed with fear.
North Augusta police blotter
A larceny occurred April 30 at a school on Wells Road, with the taking of a $600 cell phone belonging to a teacher.
Phil Schaefer reflects on North Augusta history
Springtime in the CSRA is loaded with memories for Phil Schaefer, a 1957 graduate of North Augusta High School who now has his own permanent parking space at Augusta National Golf Club where he has been a media fixture for almost a half-century. The longtime radio sports announcer, also known as the author of the autobiographical "Sins of a ... (more)
Letter: Riverkeeper is a benefit to North Augustans
Savannah Riverkeeper is an advocacy group that protects the Savannah River and its tributaries from potential sources of pollution, such as industrial pollution and contaminated water run-off from developed areas.
Making it official: City Council gains new members - accompanying photo
The agenda for Monday's North Augusta City Council meeting was relatively short, but still loaded with symbolism and milestones, as four Council members were sworn in and another completed a 12.5-year stretch in office.
Fri May 10, 2013
Cancer survivor shares meaning of Relay for Life
"We are celebrating survivors and hoping to wipe out cancer. Raising a lot of money for cancer research and support," said Kristin Bogdin, the North Augusta-Midland Valley Relay for Life event chair.
Thu May 09, 2013
One Killed, Three Injured After Aiken County Police Chase
Highway Patrol says one person was killed and three others injured after their car crashed during a police chase on US 25.
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Edgefield Farmers Arts and Crafts Market: On the Town Square every Sat. through first Sat.
Mon May 06, 2013
Longtime church deacon touches live - through acts of kindness'
Leo Henry Shelton, at age 18, left his hometown to head off for college, en route to a 1954 Georgia Tech degree in electrical engineering and a 35-year career at the Savannah River Plant.
Sun May 05, 2013
Column: School facilities and funding, a question of fairness
In the six plus years I've been on the Aiken County School Board, the question asked of me more than any other has to do with fairness, or the perceived lack thereof.
Fox Creek, PAX seek host parents for foreign students
PAX, which was founded in 1990, serves up to 1,100 high school students a year for the experience of international exchange.
Wrinkles: Evil can't prevail against good will and God
Evil. This is always been a fascinating word for me, one that encompasses everything bad.
North Augusta graduate receives law award at USC - accompanying photo
North Augusta High School graduate Olesya Vaskevich, a native of Russia and a third-year University of South Carolina law student, receives the John O. McDougal Family Law award recently from School of Law Dean Robert Wilcox, left, and McDougal.
North Augusta bookings
These are the bookings recorded by the North Augusta Department of Public Safety for the dates of April 19-25. Some of the people may not have spent time in jail if they posted bond and were released.