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Five big stories of 2016 on ColumbiaMagazine.com

A tragedy at Bearwallow. Prohibition ends. Popular couple killed at Lake Lanier. Squarecrows. A tragedy at Pellyton
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There were many big stories on ColumbiaMagazine.com in 2016, these are some riveted the attention of many in an extraordinary way listed in chronological order:

  1. January 26, 2016: Tragedy at Bearwallow
  2. March 22, 2016: Yes Vote wins, Prohibition in Adair County ends after over 80 years
  3. July 16, 2016: Anthony and Tammy Reece killed at Lake Lanier
  4. October 2016: Squarecrows are a hugely a popular tradition
  5. October 29, 2016: Truck/ATV collision kills teenagers


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