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Ga. couple stole from youth group, cops say

...Carl Vinson Institute of Government, was fired Monday, while her husband, a maintenance worker at the Georgia Center for Continuing Education, is on administrative leave while his case is reviewed, a spokesman for UGA said. The Hawkes were arrested...
An oil spill like no other, UGA expert says

...danger. You've pushed it to a much more unstable condition," Joye said during a news briefing in the Georgia Center for Continuing Education.Even the unprecedented infusion of millions of gallons of oil and methane gas probably won't turn...
University gives AD severance

...conference room in the Administration Building on North Campus -- to the spacious Mahler Auditorium in the Georgia Center for Continuing Education.Besides McGarity, possible candidates to replace Evans might include senior athletics administrators...
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IRS asking UGA questions

...operations like golf courses, food services, catering, parking and running conference centers like the Georgia Center for Continuing Education.Even state agencies can be required to pay tax on the income from such activities, said Bertrand M...
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Search committee lists criteria

...member and faculty athletic representative Jere Morehead said after a 90-minute meeting Tuesday at the Georgia Center for Continuing Education. Twelve members of the 14-member committee, plus advisory member football coach Mark Richt, attended...
Conference will focus on needs of Latinos

...Georgia on July 30-31. The conference, The Power of Latinos for a Stronger Georgia, will be held at the Georgia Center for Continuing Education. The conference will feature speakers and sessions on education, work force and human relations, housing...
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...000 worth of postage stamps over a six-year span. Mr. Nobles was the purchasing manager for the Georgia Center for Continuing Education before resigning last year. He was arrested in Texas in March. SOUTH CAROLINABarge hits bridge near...
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Grant lets child care increase

ATHENS, Ga. -- A $770,000 grant to the University of Georgia will be used to improve training for child care workers in the state.
Ceremony marks partnership

...I'm really ready to go," a beaming Ms. Marbury said at the afternoon ceremony, held at the Georgia Center for Continuing Education. "I never thought this day would actually come." According to Peace Corps Director Charles R. Baquet...
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State trout rivers to get reclassifiedPerry Houck of Augusta has been all over the world just for a chance to cast his fly rod at a good-sized trout, and he is planning a 10-day excursion to Alaska to catch rainbow trout next month. But when it comes to his own state, Mr. Houck said he can still don his waders as much as ever despite a move by the state to declassify 224 miles of Georgia streams and rivers from "trout stream" status.