By Cody Van Cala
Legacy WritingTuesday, January 27, 2015 5:11 p.m.
I like the Navy because they have ships. They have missiles that come out of the side of the ship.
After eight years, and helping around 400 or 500 students, Tim Butler isn’t slowing down.
By Austin Miller
Dolphin DaysTuesday, January 27, 2015 5:11 p.m.
There are signs of winter all around my neighborhood.
Fox Creek High School’s prospective student expo drew quite a crowd.
By Aden Jackson
Creek SpeaksTuesday, January 27, 2015 5:11 p.m.
My name is Aden Jackson and I am in Mrs. Clark’s fourth grade class at Mossy Creek Elementary School.
Bryson Parler wasn’t looking for her share of the spotlight.
By Evan Hargrove
The Bear FactsTuesday, January 20, 2015 7:29 p.m.
We are getting a class pet. I think a lizard is the pet we need. A lizard is quiet so we won’t get distracted. We want a small lizard. Our …
Savannah Ditty recently drove around North Augusta and Augusta taking scores of photographs of surveillance cameras for an Advanced Placement English …
Dr. Beth Everitt, the Aiken County School District superintendent for the past seven years, unexpectedly surprised employees throughout the District …
Taylor Muns, a fifth-grader at Hammond Hill Elementary School, has been named a junior ambassador. Muns, 10, will be taking a trip to Washington D.C., …
Fox Creek High School’s student council is focusing on giving back.
The teachers and students enjoyed a much deserved break from the books the last two weeks. Now they are busy with mid-year assessments, which will drive the second half the school year.
Two Aiken County schools – Greendale Elementary School and North Augusta High School – have been named to a state honor roll in recognition of their School Improvement Council efforts to help their schools and their communities.
By Corey Tillman
The Bear FactsTuesday, January 13, 2015 5:53 p.m.
Resolutions are made at the beginning of each year so people can make a good change. My New Year’s resolution is to make good grades so I can …
As with any group of kids, Mrs. Heaver’s class is excited for the holidays. We love to celebrate in many ways and of course we love all of the holiday happenings such as parties, giving and receiving presents, and making holiday cards.
By Ansley Aguirre
NAMS JacketsWednesday, January 7, 2015 10:08 a.m.
Julie Swearingen, a cosmetologist from Kenneth Shuler School of Cosmetology, came to North Augusta Middle School.
Fox Creek High School will hold its annual New Student Orientation and Eigth Grade Expo on Jan. 20 at 6 p.m. All potential new students and their parents are encouraged to attend a brief information session in the commons. Academic programs including the ninth grade Chrome Academy will be highlighted. In addition, sports, clubs and activities will …
Stewardship, construction, communication and achievement are on the minds of members of the Aiken County School Board as the new year begins. …
The South Carolina state legislature will have to sit down and do their homework in 2015 by trying to unravel a 21-year-old South Carolina Supreme …
Last Tuesday, North Augusta High School welcomed a number of guests at its School Improvement Council meeting.
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Mrs. Harvey’s second period seventh grade Music class had visiting musicians Tuesday, Dec. 16th. Melissa Loose awed the audience with “Somewhere Out …
Would you like to know all about winter? First, winter weather includes a possibility of snow, hail or sleet. When we get snow where I live, I’m as happy as a kid on Christmas morning.
By Bryant Ross
Paw PrintsTuesday, December 16, 2014 7:16 p.m.
Santa got stuck in my chimney. He is too fat because he ate too many cookies. He also drank too much milk. When he tried to go down the chimney, he …
North Augusta Middle School is placing an emphasis on the arts.
North Augusta High School’s student body came together once again to help brighten Christmas morning for local families.
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Local author and newspaper columnist, Marti Healy visited sixth and seventh grade students at Merriwether Middle School in North Augusta. She …
Mrs. Bennett’s fourth-grade class has been learning about weather.
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??North Augusta High School students and staff attended the 2014 Youth Anti-Bullying and School Safety Summit in Columbia. The program is designed to …
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On Nov. 21, Belvedere Elementary held its fifth-grade DARE graduation at Belvedere First Baptist Church. Officer Tom Rogers presented DARE pins to …