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Stacey Amerson runs with Clarence Blakely as he delivers the Olympic torch during the opening ceremony of the Special Olympics at Fort Gordon.

Special Olympics give students chance to win

About 900 Special Olympic athletes from 12 Georgia and South Carolina counties participated. The event began with lighting the Special Olympic torch and welcomes from Fort Gordon’s top leaders.
By Meg Mirshak

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Slideshow: Columbia County bookings March 23-30

Review mugshots and criminal charges from the Columbia County Detention Center March 23-30.


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$1 million settlement reached in North Augusta police shooting

A $1 million settlement has been reached with the North Augusta police and officials in Edgefield County in the case of a 68-year-old black man shot to death by a police officer after a slow-speed car chase last year.

State trooper suspended for 'sex talk'

A state trooper who admitted he engaged in "phone sex" with a Georgia State Patrol dispatcher has been suspended for three days without pay.
By Susan McCord

Slideshow: Columbia County bookings March 23-30

Review mugshots and criminal charges from the Columbia County Detention Center March 23-30.

Doctor linked to unlicensed pain clinic

Imo F. Ndem, 55, of Darwood Drive in Grovetown, was arrested March 17 at his office on Old Petersburg Road, according to a Columbia County sheriff's report.

Editorial: Cruise control doesn't steer

The United States has long been considered the leader of the free world. How much longer will we be able to make that claim?
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