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You Remembered: Exchange Club Fair, Calhoun Expressway

...passed out at school. Next to Christmas, the Exchange Club Fair was the most anticipated event of the year.? Kenneth E. McGahee I grew up in Burnettown near the railroad tracks. In the 1950s, a lot of the fair arrived on a special train...
You Remembered: Augusta's trains, station

...could leave Augusta front end first. Very exciting to see several engines waiting their turn to be rotated.? Kenneth E. McGahee My best friend's father was the telegraph operator for the railroad.Jim and I would ride our bikes to Mr. Armistead's...
Julianna Hope McGahee

Lance and Kim McGahee of Evans announce the birth of a daughter, Julianna Hope McGahee, Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2002, at St. Joseph Hospital. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Althoff of Murrells Inlet, S.C., and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. McGahee of Hephzibah.
Knows where to build branch library

...retired and able to speak freely without board censorship. The greater part of the citizenry lives in the vicinty of Tobacco and Windsor Spring Roads and, hopefully, the library will go somewhere in that area. Kenneth E. McGahee, Hephzibah
Opinion columns | Cross Creek High School
Readers recall the day JFK died

...classroom TV stating Kennedy had been shot. I have remembered that event exactly as it happened for 50 years. ? Kenneth E. McGahee ? I was in the eighth grade at Our Lady of Peace School in North Augusta when I heard the tragic news that President...
Cross Creek blunder proved again what happens in south Augusta? Maybe these actions are responsible for the slow growth of Richmond County and the massive expansion of surrounding counties where some common sense appears, occasionally. Kenneth E. McGahee, Augusta
Opinion columns | Augusta-Richmond County Commission | Cross Creek High School
Across the area cemetery. The church is at 1497 Fort Creek Road S.E. in Dearing. For information or directions, call Kenneth E. McGahee at (706) 790-1400. Plane crashes onto highway ROSWELL -- A small plane crashed onto a busy suburban Atlanta...
Smith can work effectively to solve problems

...our community. If anyone knows the problems and can work effectively with others to solve them, it is Mr. Smith. Mr. Smith will not disappoint us if we elect him to this most important position. Kenneth E. McGahee, Hephzibah, Ga.
Letters | Augusta-Richmond County Commission