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DOE questions uranium storage plan

A plan to store two trainloads of Savannah River Site's depleted uranium in Texas may not be a good idea, DOE says.

04/13/10 - 12:26pm

DOE questions uranium storage plan

A plan to store two trainloads of Savannah River Site's depleted uranium in Texas may not be a good idea, DOE says.

04/13/10 - 12:25pm

Augusta Tech offers resume help

Augusta Technical College is offering a resume writing workshop today at 1 p.m. and 6 p.m. in building 1300, room 123. A workshop focusing on interviewing skills also will be held at the same time and location on Thursday, according to a news release. Participants are asked to bring their resume to ...

08/29/11 - 9:22pm

Program highlights former first lady

Historic Augusta Inc. will sponsor a "Peep n' Eat" guided day trip to Beech Island, S.C., on May 15,  in honor of the 150th anniversary of the birth of Ellen Axson Wilson, first wife of President Woodrow Wilson and the first Georgia woman to serve as First Lady. ...

04/13/10 - 3:13pm

Green jacket visit excites doughnut store staff

Masters champ's Monday visit excited doughnut shop staff.

04/14/10 - 4:04pm

Statue of Aiken founder proposed

AIKEN --- The Newberry Street festival upgrade and fountain renovation would include  statue of William Aiken Sr., according to recommendations.

 

04/13/10 - 2:59pm

St. Sebastian lights on soon

Four new downtown traffic signals will be fully operational next week. This week, they'll start flashing. Beginning 1 p.m. Thursday, lights at the intersections of the new St. Sebastian Way extension and Reynolds, Jones, Broad and Greene streets will be put in flash mode, according to a Georgia...

04/13/10 - 8:43am

Canadian tourist arrested after jumping into Augusta National's pond

A Canadian has been released from jail following his arrest after he jumped into a pond on the Augusta National Golf Club.

04/13/10 - 8:33am

At least 3 dead in Georgia military plane crash

MORGANTON, Ga. - Investigators were arriving today at the wooded mountain site where a Navy training plane crashed, killing at least three.

04/13/10 - 7:03am

SC takes up kitchen table poker

COLUMBIA - South Carolina legislators are again debating whether to legalize charity raffles and friendly poker games in residents' homes. A House subcommittee is set to debate today proposals to revise the state's centuries-old gambling laws. A bill would allow in-house social gambling an...

04/13/10 - 6:32am
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