Brad Usry


Letter: Augusta showed strength

I feel like I have been in a fictional miniseries called 96. It starts in Middletown, U.S.A., on a pleasant 60-degree day with everything... Read more

Letter: Get past petty sign issue

I must be naïve, or think Georgia Regents University has much more potential to transform our beautiful city than really exists.

I read and... Read more

Letter: Give GRU chance to grow

I understand the displeasure and disappointment with the name “Georgia Regents University.” My wife and I are alumni and former athletes of... Read more

Letter: Race showcased Augusta

I take great pride in being a born-and-bred Augustan. It also makes me proud when quality events showcase our beautiful city to visitors – the... Read more

Letter: Walton Way roadwork is a success

I use Walton Way six to eight times each day. When the repaving started a couple months ago, I thought, "Why?" and "What an inconvenience!" Now... Read more

Letter: Grady Smith would serve Augusta well

 

About nine months ago I was approached by several businesspeople to see if I would have any interest in running for the Augusta... Read more

Augusta, prepare to be entertained

When Augusta-Richmond County entertainment complex General Manager Monty Jones gave his report at our December meeting we, the members of the... Read more

Fat Man's will be missed

With today being the last full day before we close our doors in "Fatsville," we must say our family and employees have been humbled and honored by... Read more