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Members of the Augusta Warrior Project and George W. Bush Institute to discuss a national case study. Pictured from left are Robert Murphy, Laurie Sacchet, Becky Flickinger, Harry Marshall, Larry Millstead, Matthew Amidon, Elizabeth Fonte, Morgan Leary, Danielle Pope, Jim Lorraine, Miguel Howe, Meredith Elzy and Kim Elle.

Augusta Warrior Project chosen for national case study

The George W. Bush Institute announced Thursday it has selected the Augusta Warrior Project to participate in a national case study it's conducting to develop a "model of excellence" for assisting veterans in finding jobs, homes and an education.

Want a home in the River Ridge Elementary school zone?

Here are homes for sale, gleaned from AugustaRealEstate.com on Aug. 28, that are zoned for River Ridge Elementary School.

Slideshow: Columbia County bookings Aug. 18-25

Review mugshots and criminal charges from the Columbia County Detention Center Aug. 18-25. 

Top 10 UGA running backs?

As college football rankings come out and a new season looms, who are the best running backs in University of Georgia history? Here is our top 10 list.

Solving the schedules

If the 14-team Southeastern and Atlantic Coast conferences would scrap the two-division system, they could maintain essential rivalries while establishing more frequent competition within the conferences.

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Weekly crime map, database

A total of 196 crimes tracked by The Augusta Chronicle were reported to the Richmond County Sheriff's Office during the last week, including an Aug. 24 homicide.

Kirby: A letter (or two) makes all the difference in the word

My father, who always encouraged his oldest child's self improvement, once suggested I keep a dictionary nearby when I read so that I might look up words I did not know. It paid off.
By Bill Kirby

University to add Prompt Care in Aiken

Seeing a need for care in Aiken, University Hospital is moving to add a Prompt Care in Aiken. 
By Tom Corwin

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GR Health, Cerner ink $400 million deal

In another massive collaboration with a health care technology company, Georgia Regents Health System is entering into a $400 million deal with Cerner Corp. to provide all of its health care information technology.
By Tom Corwin

Robbery suspect denied bond

Shawn Doby, 22, has pleaded not guilty in Richmond County Superior Court in connection with a robbery of a mother and daughter on Thomas Lane, and the attempted robbery of a Thomas Lane resident ...

Editorial: Another broken law

When it came to the disposition of Guantanamo prisoners, Congress realized in 2013 it couldn't trust Obama to do the right thing. This year, he proved them right.
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