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Report: Montana's son going to Washington

SEATTLE – The Seattle Times reports that the son of former NFL great Joe Montana has decided to play football at Washington. Nick Montana, from Oaks Christian School in Westlake Village, Calif., is rated among the top quarterbacks in the class of 2010. The Times reported Wednesday that Montan...

06/10/09 - 12:11pm

SRS security contractor honored

WSI, the security contractor at the Department of Energy’s Savannah River Site, was honored recently as recipient of the Secretary’s Trophy at the DOE Security Protection Officer Training Competition in Albuquerque, New Mexico. SPOTC is a four-day tactical, skills-oriented firearms compet...

06/10/09 - 11:53am

Ga. Tech, Kansas agree on football series

ATLANTA – Georgia Tech and Kansas, who have only one previous meeting in the 1948 Orange Bowl, have agreed to a two-year series beginning with the Yellow Jackets’ visit to Lawrence in 2010. Kansas will make a return visit to Georgia Tech in the 2011 season, according to the contract annou...

06/10/09 - 11:47am

Former football star Arthur Marshall indicted

Former local football standout Arthur J. Marshall Jr. has been indicted on charges of fraud and money laundering. U.S. Attorney Edmund A. Booth Jr. announced the 22-count indictment was returned by a federal grand jury sitting in Savannah. The charges relate to real estate ventures. Mr. Marshal...

06/10/09 - 3:22pm

Four selected for USC Aiken Athletic Hall of Fame

AIKEN – USC Aiken's athletic department announced today three former athletes and a former team physician will be inducted into the school’s Athletic Hall of Fame. Set to be inducted into the USC Aiken Athletic Hall of Fame are Dr. James Barham (former team doctor), Jami Cornwell (sof...

01/07/10 - 3:31pm

Teen held on reckless driving charges

A Martinez teen was being held without bond this morning in connection to a May 23 wreck that severely injured a Lincolnton teen.

06/10/09 - 10:53am

Howard Reeves remembered for helping others as cop, coach

It wasn’t just Howard Reeves’ walking a police beat that kept Augusta a safer place. His involvement in the lives of hundreds of teenagers through his efforts as a baseball, football and basketball coach made a huge impact. “He saved many a teenager from going to jail,” said Fre...

06/10/09 - 10:14am

SC hurricane drill this week

South Carolina officials are advising motorists traveling near the state’s coast Thursday to look out for additional law enforcement patrolling the area to prepare for hurricanes. The South Carolina Department of Safety will conduct a hurricane evacuation exercise that will test lane reversal ...

06/10/09 - 9:35am

SC escapee recaptured

Escaped inmate James McCracken was taken into custody this morning about 1:40 a.m. in Horry County, S.C. According to a state press release, Mr. McCracken, a minimum-security inmate who walked away from his work site Tuesday at Perdue Farms in Dillon, S.C., will be charged with felony escape, a cri...

06/10/09 - 8:31am

SC forecasters warn beachgoers of rip currents

CHARLESTON, S.C. — If you're heading for South Carolina's beaches, keep in mind the possibility of rip currents. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, along with the National Park Service, has designated this week as Rip Current Awareness Week. Rip currents claim more t...

06/10/09 - 8:27am
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