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Warren Road Elementary School teacher Leesa Lyles places trout eggs in a hatchery. Once hatched they will be released in the Augusta Canal.

Augusta school uses hatchery to teach pupils

The hatchery project, funded primarily by private donors and built by volunteers, aims to expose students to the natural world in a way that many children don't get to experience.
By Sean Gruber

Grade your officials

Recent events have called into question the leadership of some of the area’s top officials and governmental bodies. So we want to know what you think of our leaders.

Mayor's car request can't get in gear

The request wasn’t even given lip service before being unanimously rejected at last week’s finance committee meeting, which has probably never happened before.

Breast Cancer Awareness Month Events

Listing of events associated with Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Teenager's 2003 shooting death still unsolved

Larry L. Drayton, 15, was shot near his apartment on Bahama Drive. Police said investigators were unable to find a weapon or a reason why he was killed.
By Doug Stutsman

Interviews in steroids case didn't exceed 30 minutes

All of the recorded interviews of Sheriff's Office personnel accused of using steroids lasted 30 minutes or less in an investigation in which the district attorney determined she didn't have ...

Weekly Crime Map

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Editorial: Put a squeeze on 'juicing'

We're confident in the department moving forward. But it wouldn't hurt for the department to add to that confidence.

San Francisco's last gun store to close

SAN FRANCISCO - The only gun store in San Francisco is shuttering for good, saying it can no longer operate in the city's political climate of increased gun control regulations and vocal ...
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