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Memorial Day boat traffic brings out DNR officers

Updated: 05/29/2007 - More traffic on the road this Memorial Day holiday means more traffic in the water. Last year there were at least 25 accidents on South Carolina's lakes and rivers, most from boaters being reckless.

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High gas prices hit boaters

Updated: 05/29/2007 - Boaters are feeling the pinch of high gas prices too. The state of Georgia has more than 300,000 registered boaters, and some say the high cost is convincing them not to leave the dock.

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Fee mix-up may cost North Augusta student graduation

Updated: 05/29/2007 - Graduation fees are preventing one North Augusta teenager from graduating from high school, and school officials say they are justified in holding Bradon Widener's diploma.

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Honoring the military on Memorial Day

Updated: 05/29/2007 - Memorial Day is a time to remember our men and women in uniform. Today, people paid tribute with wreaths, speeches, and salutes across the area.

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Local soldier, father of five, killed in Iraq

Updated: 05/29/2007 - For the first time in almost three years, Fort Gordon has lost a soldier in the war in Iraq. Thirty-six year old Sgt. First Class Robert Dunham was killed Thursday when the Humvee he was riding in was hit by an explosive.

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Deceased with no family buried in Aiken

Updated: 05/29/2007 - Every year Aiken County makes sure the deceased with no loved ones to claim them are buried with dignity and respect, even though it's called a pauper's burial.

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Record gas prices felt beyond the pump

Updated: 05/29/2007 - According to AAA, The national average for a gallon of regular unleaded gas is $3.22 per gallon. The price in Augusta is averaging $3.01 per gallon. However, the pump is not the only place the gas prices will get you.

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Columbia County shuts off restriction violators' water

Posted: 05/25/2007 - Officials in Columbia County now get five to ten calls a day from neighbors reporting neighbors for water violations. The county is disconnecting the water for those violators who ignore the restrictions three times.

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Disappearing bees growing problem for crops

Updated: 05/24/2007 - It's a problem facing crops nationwide: the mysterious disappearance of hundreds of thousands of honey bees. Tuesday, Aiken beekeepers met to talk about that and other issues.

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Wal-Mart could come to Grovetown

Updated: 05/24/2007 - The Grovetown mayor tells News 12 a new Wal-Mart may be coming to the area. News 12 got an exclusive look at the plans the possible construction. It shows Wal-Mart and lots of other shops at I-20 and Lewiston Road.

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Deputies teach kids about internet safety

Updated: 05/23/2007 - Children as young as seven years old are now logging on to MySpace. Tuesday the Aiken County Sheriff's Office warned kids in elementary schools about going online.

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Many don't know about water restrictions

Updated: 05/22/2007 - County and state water restriction have been in place for a little over a month now, but a lot of you are still not sure what the restrictions are. News 12 checked into the issue to help you make sure you don't break the rules.

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Champ-Boat Racing Returns to Augusta

Posted: 05/21/2007 - It's fast paced action Augusta hasn't seen for more than 10 years. Formula One Champ-Boat Racing hit the Savannah Saturday (May 19th) at Augusta's Riverfront Marina.

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Spotlight on South Carolina's horse counties

Updated: 05/21/2007 - The city of Edgefield, South Carolina is in the statewide spotlight as ETV makes its second stop on a tour of horse counties. They're calling it the ETV Road Show; a program launched in 2004.

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Imperial troubles underline community role in art

Posted: 05/18/2007 - The Imperial Theatre's financial woes are a big concern for many in the fine arts community. Monetary issues and shortfalls with funding are not new to Augusta arts, but what can be done about it to make a difference?

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Movie filmed in Aiken comes out in July

Posted: 05/09/2007 - You may remember when crews were in Aiken filming the movie Who's Your Caddy?, about a rapper from Atlanta who tries to join a conservative country club in the Carolinas. Now we know the release date.

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Funky First Friday a big hit

Updated: 05/07/2007 - They called it Funky First Friday, and it was a huge success Friday night in downtown Augusta. Thousands of people come out to remember the Godfather of Soul and celebrate his birthday.

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James Brown birthday tributes

Updated: 05/03/2007 - James Brown's band, the Soul Generals, are set to headline a free concert at the Augusta Common Friday. Meanwhile, Derek Monk, a musical favorite of the Godfather of Soul, has recorded a song as a tribute.

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Convocation Center's inaugural concert sold out

Posted: 05/02/2007 - The new Convocation Center at USC Aiken opened tonight for its first concert. The $21 million facility seats over four thousand people, and tonight it was a full house. Lines were wrapped around the building.

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Special Assignment: Dirty Secrets

Updated: 04/30/2007 - There have been lots of food recalls in recent weeks, but experts say the real danger isn't the food you buy...it's where you put it. Your refrigerator might look clean, but experts say it's actually your dirty secret.

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Hammond's Ferry: A connection to the river and the past

Updated: 04/30/2007 - A new community is taking shape in North Augusta. It's only in its second year of development, but already 12 families have moved in to the tiny town of Hammond's Ferry along the river.

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Arena board says Aiken Convocation Center no threat

Posted: 04/26/2007 - Augusta's Civic Center has been struggling to get big acts to the Garden City for years. But now, with a new entertainment center about to open in Aiken, board members say they're going to start thinking out of the box.

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Aiken residents protest new development

Updated: 04/25/2007 - It's a battle of boundaries in Aiken, where a group of homeowners have picketed for six days. They say a developer is overbuilding on Douglas Drive. Across from seven homes, developer Bill Gingrey plans to build twelve.

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Augusta Water Conservation Guidelines

Posted: 04/23/2007 - The city of Augusta has released water conservation guidelines because of a statewide Level 2 Drought declaration. The plan is mandatory and applies to everyone in Augusta. Click here for the details.

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