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Frank Christian (from left); his wife, Jackie; grandson Will; daughter Laura Christian Nehf; and son Edward gathered in Augusta on Thursday. The family is made up of commercial and private pilots, and all flew in to be together for the Thanksgiving holiday.

Christian family likes to fly

When Frank Christian, 79, greeted relatives at his home for Thanksgiving, he welcomed a family that has fully embraced aviation and piloting. Each member of his close family has experience inside an airplane's cockpit.
By Sean Gruber

Slideshow: Columbia County bookings Nov. 17-24

Review mugshots and criminal charges from the Columbia County Detention Center Nov. 17-24

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Missouri wins SEC East, knocks Georgia out of running

COLUMBIA, Mo. - Marcus Murphy scored the go-ahead touchdown on a 12-yard run with 4:38 remaining and Markus Golden recovered a fumble to seal No. 17 Missouri's 21-14 victory Friday against ...
By R.B. Fallstrom

Empty Stocking Fund

A Grovetown mother of five has just gotten a good job but is also having difficulty making ends meet and planning for Christmas.

Clemson has had enough of losing to South Carolina

Clemson hopes its five-year dry spell is coming to a close. The Tigers (8-3) have lost a school-worst five consecutive games to rival South Carolina (6-5).
By Pete Iacobelli


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Georgia tips its hat to Missouri

ATHENS, Ga. - Georgia ran out of chances to make the SEC Championship Game on Friday.
By Marc Weiszer

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Lincoln County deputies injured breaking up fight

Two Lincoln County deputies were treated at an Augusta Hospital after being injured breaking up a fight at a party at an American Legion building in Lincolnton.

Editorial: A bombshell ruling

Now it's up to state legislators to make sure those companies are treating people judiciously.
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