Started at the The Chronicle as a night police reporter in 2000, after moving to Augusta from Lynchburg, Va. The following year, joined the Special Projects team. In 2003, covered the invasion of Iraq as an embedded reporter with the Augusta-based 319th Transportation Company. Served as the Society of Professional Journalists' Georgia Sunshine Chair from 2007 to 2009. After Sylvia Cooper retired in 2008, spent a little over a year as the newspaper's city government reporter, writing The City Core both as a weekend print column and as an online blog. This year, joined the newly-formed Public Service team.
While I may be prone to agree with many of your sentiments about the two wars, I need to address some...
Nat the Cat, those are some strong allegations you're firing at me there, all from behind the cover of your anonymous screen name. This...
Thanks for clarifying those points, Mr. Dugan.
Sorry you feel that way, "Nat." Have a nice Sunday.
No offense to Mr. Svehla, but on a matter like this I would have preferred to speak to the actual officials in the chain of command.