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State inspections address problems with Richmond County school buses

An analysis of the reports by "The Augusta Chronicle" found that 25 percent of Richmond County's 216 school buses were declared unfit to carry students in 2013. Officials say all violations were corrected.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2014-07-26/state-inspections-address-pro
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A swimming pool in the yard can be very dangerous for children. If possible, do not put a swimming pool in your yard until your children are older than 5. If you already have a pool, protect your children from drowning by doing the following:

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AUG. 4, 1948Augusta City Council paved the way last night for the University Hospital to get back on the accredited list of the American College of Surgeons by voting 80 percent of the amount sought by the Hospital Authority.

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MAY 12, 1947An unidentified man in a soldier's uniform was being sought by police in connection with the beating of a woman in a downtown hotel early Sunday, the second such incident within a week.

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SEPT. 2, 1938SYLVANIA, Ga. - The state late yesterday rested its case against Albert L. Cobb, Savannah attorney and former candidate for Congress, who is on trial here for alleged complicity in the 1937 slaying of Charlie Daughtry, a wealthy Screven County planter.

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BACK IN TIME \r\nJUNE 29, 1984The National Science Center for Communications and Electronics rapidly is turning from dream to reality, the director of the center said Thursday.

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June 6, 1944Wilmer D. Lanier, coordinator of the Augusta-Richmond County War Services Council, said he had received a request to make an appeal for waste paper, fats, greases and tin cans.

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...term. Paul Graboff, a consultant based in Augusta, has received the 1997 Award of Excellence from American Society for Testing and Materials {(ASTM)}standards-writing Committee D-20 on Plastics. David A. Goodbread was recently awarded...

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AUG. 8, 1908Some months ago, the barn of Mrs. M.C. Moseley, about a mile from the city of Aiken, was burned under very suspicious circumstances. A reward of $100 was offered by request of the governor, and this sum was supplemented by an offer of $25 by Mrs. Moseley for the arrest and conviction of the guilty party.

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