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Ramblin' Rhodes: Grammy winners have been, are headed our way

...ago on WJBF's popular Today in Dixie live show with future Gomer Pyle star Jim Nabors, is expected to be there.Jason B. Smith, who photographed the touring Smithsonian Institute exhibit New Harmonies on display last Spring at the McDuffie...
Ramblin' Rhodes: Songwriters Hubbard, Crowell headed to Imperial

...Entertainment History of North Augusta exhibit at the McDuffie Museum of History, 121 Main St., in Thomson, Ga. Jason B. Smith will autograph copies of his book based on a Smithsonian Institute touring exhibit at the McDuffie Museum about the...
Deputy halts mom's suicide attempt

...taken to McDuffie Regional Medical Center in Thomson, where she was undergoing a mental evaluation, authorities said. The child was reported to be with family members. Morris News Service writer Jason B. Smith contributed to this article.
Bobcats' offense rolls past Screaming Devils we have been practicing," he said. "But we will be OK. The rest of the year, we can only go up." Reach Jason B. Smith at DOOLY COUNTY 37, WARREN COUNTY 14 Dooly Co. 16 15 6 0 -- 37 Warren Co...
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Smelley avoided miscues in start history. The crowds at the 2002 and 2004 Georgia games were larger. Capacity is listed as 80,250. Reach Jason B. Smith at
Fire classes offer students advanced training

Ray Blessing has been a firefighter in Martinez for 18 years. But when he started taking fire science classes at Augusta Tech a few months ago, he was a little overwhelmed.
Hudson, Bulldogs run over Rebels

...showed that in the first half." Reach Chris Gay at (706) 823-3645 or JASON B. SMITH/Morris News ServiceThomson's Anthony "Pooh" Erwin hands off to LaBrandon Hudson in the third quarter of their...
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Church overflows for soldier's funeral

LINCOLNTON, Ga. - Sgt. James Kinlow was remembered Wednesday as a quiet man who respected others and was quick with a smile.
Emergency Operations Center to provide `one-stop shopping'

Rusty Wade calls it "one-stop shopping." Once construction on a new Emergency Operations Center is completed, each department that falls under Mr. Wade, who is the director of Community and Emergency Services, will be in one building. "In the almost six years I have been here, I have moved six times," he said from his office on the lower level of Savannah Rapids Pavilion. Mr. Wade will move again at the end of year when the $988,000 building, located next to the Evans Government Complex, is completed.
Culpepper plans Thomson move

THOMSON, Ga. - Culpepper Ford is moving to Thomson.