Stories by Mike Wynn

Saturday, May 22, 2010

Company apologizes, handles gang graffiti

Every once in a while it's good to find out that some large companies can be big enough to admit their mistakes. That's exactly what Jefferson Energy Cooperative did recently.
By Mike Wynn

Monday, May 10, 2010

Removing graffiti can take time

One of the things I've learned from doing several stories on gangs is these groups use graffiti to mark their territory. That's why I became concerned when I saw a black pitchfork painted on the ...
By Mike Wynn

Monday, May 3, 2010

Augusta counts on accurate census

A low count could cost the city thousands - if not millions - of federal dollars, and Augusta has factors working against it.
By Mike Wynn

Thursday, Feb. 4, 2010

Double hand transplant recipient in hospital

Augustan is back in a Pittsburgh hospital after the appendages showed signs of rejection.
By Mike Wynn

Sunday, Dec. 6, 2009

Who really wins from Aitken's election?

Potential winners and losers from last week's election of Matt Aitken as District 1 commissioner:
By Compiled Johnny Edwards and Mike Wynn

Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2009

District's demographics will play key role

If Matt Aitken is to pull off what would be a monumental upset on Dec. 1 -- tipping the racial balance on the Augusta Commission for the first time since city-county consolidation -- it will come ...
By Johnny Edwards and Mike Wynn

Sunday, Sept. 13, 2009

Morris facility engineer, 48, was hard worker

When something needed to be fixed, those at Morris Communications Co. in Augusta knew Larry Mims was the guy to call.
By Mike Wynn

Saturday, Sept. 12, 2009

Morris facility engineer, 48, was hard worker

When something needed to be fixed, those at Morris Communications Co. in Augusta knew Larry Mims was the guy to call.
By Mike Wynn

Friday, Sept. 11, 2009

Saturday, Sept. 5, 2009

Obama's speech not required viewing in school

The Richmond County school system is again trying to make clear that it doesn't plan to force teachers to show President Obama's back-to-school address live to pupils Tuesday.
By Mike Wynn

Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2009

Brown family asks for help with giveaways

Last year, about 1,000 people left the James Brown Turkey Giveaway happy that they would be able to provide a proper Thanksgiving meal for their families.
By Mike Wynn

Sunday, Aug 9, 2009

State boards lack Augusta representation

Dana Bedden is an educated man, but the Richmond County school superintendent has trouble coming up with the answer to a certain question.
By Greg Gelpi and Mike Wynn

Saturday, Aug 8, 2009

Boatwright sees child care legislation delayed

Jackie Boatwright has been working eight years to make sure another child doesn't suffer a fate similar to what befell her son.
By Mike Wynn

Friday, July 31, 2009

Day care liability bill held over

Jackie Boatwright will have to wait until at least next week before a bill she hopes will keep children from suffering the same fate as her son makes it to the Senate floor for a vote.
By Mike Wynn

Saturday, July 18, 2009

Day care measure arrives in Congress

Jackie Boatwright now has the ending she wants for the movie about her son.
By Mike Wynn

Thursday, July 16, 2009

Victim finds man who pulled her from SUV

Since Saturday, Barbara Inglett has wanted to find and thank the man she says saved her life after her SUV was broadsided in a crash that morning.
By Mike Wynn

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Wreck victim wants to thank mystery 'hero'

Gasping for air as the seat belt of her wrecked SUV held hard against her chest, Barbara Inglett believed her last breaths were only moments away.
By Mike Wynn

Thursday, July 2, 2009

Census shows slight growth

Augusta retained its status as the state's second-largest city in the latest U.S. Census numbers, but it is growing at a snail's pace.
By Mike Wynn

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

UPDATED: Augusta retains status as state's 2nd largest city

Census data details increase in Augusta population.
By Mike Wynn
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