Richard Mehrhof

Carnegie Medal RecipientAUGUSTA, Ga. - Richard Ripley Mehrhof, 89, entered into rest on January 17, 2014. Dick was born October 17, 1924 in Charleston, SC. He was the only child of Norman Ripley and Margaret Elsing Mehrhof. Funeral Services will be

Biz Bits

WILLIAM KUHLKE JR.Award/honor: Received the annual Barrett Award from the Kiwanis Club of Augusta for community contributions. DR. JAMES RAWSONAward/honor: Appointed to a three-year term on the editorial board of the Journal...


Achievements and honors

Decline of the American family

EDITOR'S NOTE: The following address was presented to the Kiwanis Club of Augusta.Last fall, I was honored to deliver the keynote speech for Children's Week, an annual event sponsored by the Augusta Partnership...

Redeveloping mills top priority for mayor's final 18 months

...Sibley and King mills to support expansion of Georgia Regents University, the city's mayor said Monday.At a Kiwanis Club of Augusta meeting, Mayor Deke Copenhaver laid out his top priority for the remainder of his term that expires at the end...

Dig uncovering Camp Lawton's story

...summer, are merely a sample of what still lies beneath the ground, he said Monday during a presentation to the Kiwanis Club of Augusta. "That's how rich this site is."The artifacts already collected at the site came from shallow layers of...

Candidate says race pits Augusta against Athens

...candidates Jim Whitehead and Paul Broun Jr. is about four things vital to Augusta's future, Mr. Whitehead told the Kiwanis Club of Augusta Monday. "Augusta is at the crossroads," he said. "This election is about four things I think are so important...

Metro | Savannah River Site | Augusta Economy
Incremental improvements

It is great fun to watch organizations thrive through a process of step-by-step innovation. Everyone can learn from success stories both outside our area and right here in the CSRA.

Opinion columns
Julian Roberts III is Rising Star in Augusta

Julian Roberts III prefers to stay out of the limelight. But the 40-year-old managing partner of Augusta Information Technologies has been attracting a lot of attention lately.

Metro | 2010 In Review
PBS reporter talks politics at luncheon

...Reagan's command of the press and of working a summer job as a teenager in Augusta, during a lunch meeting with the Kiwanis Club of Augusta on Monday.That bitter partisanship that has dominated Washington politics for two decades is not news to many...