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Puncture Reduces Lower Right Back Pain

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Cancer survivor shares testimony

Dianne Waller shares her story with anyone who will listen. "I have such a testimony now. I never turn down an opportunity. If someone asks me to give my testimony, I always say yes," she said.

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On Campus: Oct. 1

? Today is an early release day for Aiken County Public Schools. ? Bob Richards Automotive is having a 60 Day $10K Giveaway event benefitting the Aiken County School District. Through Nov.

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Poetic Praise

So many things can happen To us along life's wayFor the scenes are ever changing As we live from day to dayFor life indeed has purpose There's a reason why we're hereAnd we know who holds the future We should face it without fearWe should strive to do our very best With the gifts God sends our way For if we do not use them We may lose them all someday And the work God has for us to do May somehow go undone If we should turn our backs on it

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Police Bookings: Sept. 18-23

These are the bookings for the North Augusta Department of Public Safety for Sept. 18-25. Suspects are innocent until proven guilty. Sept. 18 Benjamin Walker, 38, disorderly conduct, malicious injury to real property Douglas Scott Reeves Jr.

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Artist Spotlight: Martha Corkrin

Martha "Monty" Corkrin grew up in east Tennessee and came to North Augusta with her husband when he was assigned to the military police school at Fort Gordon. She was a features writer for The Augusta Chronicle when her husband died.

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Proposed city budget could see millage increase

North Augusta city residents could see a millage increase for the first time in more than 20 years - that is, if council members decide to amend the currently proposed 2015 tax ordinance.

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Hundreds come out to see Hunley replica

While working on a north Georgia plantation, George Dixon fell in love with the plantation owner's daughter, Queenie, who gave him a gold coin for good luck. He kept it with him at all times, and during the Battle of Shiloh, he was shot.

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Columbia Road traffic backed up

Traffic on Columbia Road is backed up after a dump truck rolled over near Ivy Falls.

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