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UGA Week: Chris Kirk takes step back, then sees success in his game

...time, but I think I'm a better player for it. It was a huge learning experience to struggle like that and really sort of dig deep and work my way out of it."Kirk won an event opposite the British Open as a PGA Tour rookie in 2011 to secure his place...

Dine & Dish: Cucina 503 satisfies with Italian style

...with brown kraft paper covering the tables and heavy patterned curtains.We were early, so that gave us the chance to really dig into the menu. What we've learned about ordering like Italians is that as long as you plan to share, it's a fantastic way...

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Dillon Gee is back in New York Mets' rotation

...5.14 ERA in four appearances. He is scheduled to start Thursday against Houston."At this point, I was trying to really dig into the bullpen role," Gee said. "I was trying to really prepare for that, because I thought that was where I was going...

Don't spoil this habitat

...and pack, a sandy/clay soil to make, hopefully, a stable-enough area to build the deck. They have an auger there to dig the holes to put in pilings that would support a pier at the beach. They claim they did not know the spring was there.My question...

Blooming white plum trees emerge in spring

...the landscape as I don't believe you would find one in a garden center. Most people that decide to plant one would typically dig them up from where they are growing wild, but most gardeners would select superior fruiting cultivars that would be available...

At the annual gem show

David Lindemann helps his daughter, Saya, 3, participate in the treasure dig Friday with his son, Simeon, 6, at the 27th annual Aiken-Augusta Gem, Mineral and Fossil Show.

Don't keep dogs tethered

...exercise and interaction with people and other animals. Realizing that some dogs refuse to be contained, and will jump fences or dig out, I'd like to make some suggestions that might help those who face this challenge:? Walk your dog frequently. You...

Rants & Raves

...welcoming you. With all that Fort Gordon brings to Augusta and now being the Cyber Center, you would think it is about time to dig up the old sign and move it (possibly to gate 5) and design an entrance appropriate for such an installation. A good example...