Letter: Stay loyal to our university

Brad Usry’s letter (“Give GRU chance to grow,” Aug. 15) captured the importance of the decision to create another comprehensive research... Read more

Letter: Naming was huge mistake

Regarding the Aug. 12 editorial “What’s in a name? Everything!”: Nicely put. But I shall be a tad more blunt, as known by my peers.

Look to... Read more

Guest Column: Stroke Awareness Month: Quality of life after stroke is...


Every day in the United States, more than 2,000 people suffer a stroke. Stroke is also the leading cause of long-term disability in... Read more

Letter: Cartoon showed intolerance

Regarding the May 13 editorial cartoon implying that Muslim women want to raise their children to be “underwear bombers,” and by implication that... Read more

Letter: Address health cost issues

The U.S. Supreme Court has heard a landmark case concerning the Affordable Care Act.

This case centers on whether the ACA violates our... Read more

Letter: More doctors won't help...

The editorial “A real medical emergency” (Dec. 28) demonstrates an inconsistent message on the part of The Augusta Chronicle.

I am... Read more

Letter: Augusta levee is needless

We don’t need the levee in downtown Augusta. I looked at data from the U.S. Geological Survey on Savannah River floods, which has figures going... Read more

Letter: Votes are based on beliefs

The title for A.G. Blackmon’s Nov. 2 letter was “Not electing religious head.” Now my response is not directed to him personally, but it provides... Read more

Guest Column: Ripped social fabric takes toll on America


The biggest problem facing America today is America today.

How can anyone find fault with the government when the... Read more

Letter: We must embrace biblical Christianity

The Aug. 22 Augusta Chronicle editorial page provides a contrast that is decisive for the future of America.

On the left side of... Read more