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New Augusta administrator Janice Allen Jackson begins work today

Janice Jackson replaces Fred Russell, who administered the city's government for nearly a decade until the commission voted 7-0 last December to fire him.
Augusta might be close to naming city administrator

Augusta could be closer to having a permanent head of city government, with Mayor Deke Copenhaver calling a meeting to "discuss and approve" his recommendation.
3 top picks to replace City Administrator Fred Russell named

Janice Allen Jackson, Stephen Layson and Oscar Rodriguez are Augusta Mayor Deke Copenhaver's top picks to replace Fred Russell as city administrator.
Salary talks under way, early start possible for new Augusta administrator

Salary talks under way, early start possible for new Augusta administrator
The Artside: Exhibits present Civil War from different perspectives

Two new exhibits at the Morris Museum of Art look back 150 years, presenting images of the Civil War era from very different visual perspectives.
The Artside: Artist turns old books into new works of art

Brian Dettmer explores beneath the surface in his intricately sculpted works, which will go on exhibit Dec. 11 at Morris Museum of Art.
Edwin Bromley

HEPHZIBAH, Ga. - Edwin Lewis Bromley, 89, husband of 62 years to June Kirkland Bromley, entered into rest Tuesday, June 17, 2014, at his residence. Funeral services will be held Friday, June 20, 2014, at 11:00 AM from the chapel of Chance & Hydrick
Kiplinger's puts UGA among best values

Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine ranked the University of Georgia eighth in the latest ranking of the nation's best values in public higher education.
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First Friday will spotlight master printmaker's work

This month, Artists' Row is spotlighting master printmaker, painter, teacher and author Dan Welden's work at Odd Fellows Gallery.
Adopted Children: Invisible Ties to Faraway Lands

WASHINGTON - As her father catnapped at her side, Deanna Torstenson's heart pounded and her body trembled. She fixed her eyes on the tiny airplane moving across a video screen on the seat back in front of her. Slowly, it approached Astana, the capital of Kazakhstan. Soon, for the first time, she would set eyes on the woman who had given birth to her.