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Money down the drain

...but for now U.S. Rep. Charlie Norwood, R-Ga., vice chairman of the oversight subcommittee that quizzed confused DOE Chief Inspector Lorraine Lewis, found it "outrageous that some of our nation's schoolchildren can't have decent books...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2000/09/30/edi_298767.shtml
Editorials
Patriots knifed at DOE

...Non-proliferation and National Security. What's worse is that this is the same left-wing she-wolf who demoted DOE chief of intelligence Notra Truluck. Truluck's "crime"? He's an honest public servant who, throughout the Clinton presidency...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/05/07/op_260880.shtml
Opinion columns
Police will question friends of slain boy

...came from. The woman who rented the house on Jerome Street doesn't live there anymore, but her 19-year-old son does, Chief Shuman said. He wasn't home at the time, but several teens have access to the house, and it has been a known hangout...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/02/12/met_253105.shtml
Metro
Tickets get refunded, dismissed

...Newmantown Road isn't on the list. "We thought on a city street that (regulation) didn't apply, but now we know it does," Chief Tomberlin said. When the error was discovered Chief Tomberlin said he immediately took steps to find any others tickets...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/02/13/met_222393.shtml
Metro
'I'm... proud of SRS'

...proud of SRS," Richardson said at an enthusiastic reception. "It is at the forefront of national security." The new DOE chief will visit all the nation's nuclear weapons sites before deciding where to recommend locating new missions. In all...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/08/27/op_237178.shtml
Opinion columns
DOE chief's flip-flop

Even though she's departing her post next month, there appears to be no relief from Department of Energy Secretary Hazel O'Leary's wobbly leadership. Once she makes up her mind, she's full of indecision. The latest distressing "flip-flop" involves the surprising revelation that Washington state's Hanford nuclear weapons facility may be back in the competition for a new tritium mission after the turn of the century.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1996/12/28/edi_201820.shtml
Editorials
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