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Fellow Augustan tied for 10th

CORDOVA, Tenn. - Augusta’s Michael Green shot 71 today in the rain-shortened second round of Southern Amateur and was tied for third when play was suspended. Green was at 137, three strokes behind leader Mark Silvers (66), of Savannah, Ga. Silvers, who birdied five of the final nine holes, hel...

07/16/09 - 10:05pm

Sheriff says DNA links SC serial killer to 2 scenes

GAFFNEY, S.C. — Investigators say DNA and fingerprints link a serial killer who terrorized a small South Carolina community to two of three shooting scenes. Cherokee County Sheriff Bill Blanton said in a news release today that the evidence connects Patrick Burris to the killing of a peach far...

07/16/09 - 9:12pm

Former Sen. Zell Miller tells president to quit traveling

ATLANTA — Former U.S. Sen. Zell Miller criticized President Barack Obama's recent travels overseas, telling a group of mostly Republican lawmakers today that the White House Chief of Staff needs to put "Gorilla Glue" on Obama's chair to keep him in the Oval Office. "Our globe-trotting...

07/16/09 - 8:58pm

Jaguar coach loses in 2nd round

NORMAN, Okla. - Augusta State golfer Mitch Krywulycz lost 4 and 3 to Brandon Crick, of McCook, Neb., today in the round of 16 at the U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship. Augusta State men’s golf coach Josh Gregory was eliminated in the second round. Krywulycz, a junior, had defeated Julian...

07/16/09 - 6:02pm

Jaguar coach loses in 2nd round

NORMAN, Okla. - Augusta State golfer Mitch Krywulycz lost 4 and 3 to Brandon Crick, of McCook, Neb., today in the round of 16 at the U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship. Augusta State men’s golf coach Josh Gregory was eliminated in the second round. Krywulycz, a junior, had defeated Julian...

07/16/09 - 6:01pm

Jaguar coach loses in 2nd round

NORMAN, Okla. - Augusta State golfer Mitch Krywulycz lost 4 and 3 to Brandon Crick, of McCook, Neb., today in the round of 16 at the U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship. Augusta State men’s golf coach Josh Gregory was eliminated in the second round. Krywulycz, a junior, had defeated Julian...

07/16/09 - 6:00pm

Richmond school board leaves millage rate unchanged

The Richmond County Board of Education has tentatively approved keeping its millage rate unchanged. The move this afternoon leaves a $1 million hole in the budget and runs the risk of a bigger hole should the state make more budget cuts....

01/08/10 - 1:22pm

Knology building new call center

Knology has started construction of its new call center on Wheeler Road and will be hiring 120 people when it is done. The cable television and Internet company broke ground today for the 26,000-square-foot facility, one block from its business office on Wheeler Road. Knology already has a foundat...

07/16/09 - 3:41pm

Aiken still in the running for auto plant

Two states have been thrown out of the running for a new auto manufacturing plant. That leaves Aiken alive, although it is not the only site in South Carolina that’s caught the attention of Carbon Motors.

07/16/09 - 3:32pm

SRS awards $91.5 million contract

AIKEN - A team led by an Ohio construction firm has been given a $91.5 million contract for construction of the National Nuclear Security Administration’s Waste Solidification Building at Savannah River Site, the agency announced today.

07/16/09 - 4:02pm

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New chair gets vet off-road to fish

Army veteran Henry Kent's new Action Trackchair has attachments for fishing, with a holder for his fishing pole and a built-in tackle box, but others can be outfitted with gunracks for hunting.
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