COLUMBUS COUNTY -- A Columbus County school opened to students for the first time Friday after a devastating fire.
Two years after an electrical fire destroyed one section of the Williams Township School, the voices of children once again filled the shiny new hallways. Since the fire back in January of 2004, kids have been attending classes in trailers.
Crews have been working to build solid walls for the students. The school's principal says it's been a long process to rebuild.
The new buildings for the school cost about $6.6 million.