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Youth competition reflects efforts to 'grow game' of golf

...and I suspect that we'll stay on that track well into the future," Payne said at last year's Masters.Most recently, Augusta National, the USGA and the R&A will start the Latin America Amateur Champ ionship. The Asia-Pacific Amateur...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/sports/golf/2014-04-05/youth-competition-reflects-e
John Gogick: HB 837 - a measure on private probation companies

...surrounding private probation in Richmond County in a series of stories over several years on the program.More recently, Augusta Judi cial Circuit Superior Court Judge Daniel J. Craig granted class-action status to people who sued Sentinel...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2014-03-21/john-gogick-hb-837-measure-pr
Augustan feels good as extra in 'Get On Up'

Recently, Augusta resident Diana Renee Williams spent a week working as an extra on the set of Universal Pictures' 'Get On Up.' The film, set...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/life/people/2014-03-22/augustan-feels-good-extra-ge
Do you see the elephant?

...produce considerably lower results vs. our neighboring county of Columbia. Hello! Does anyone see the elephant?Recently, Augusta Commissioner Marion Williams stated that crime is everywhere, and we do not have a problem. Recently, education...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/opinion/letters/2013-08-31/do-you-see-elephant
Economists: 2013 will be a little better than 2012

...Augusta's housing market recovery continues at a stubbornly slow pace," Vitner said. "Home prices have leveled off recently. Augusta remains exceptionally affordable, which is a powerful drawing card for new industry and residents."

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/business/your-business/2012-12-28/economists-2
Garden welcome for Frenchie

Recently, Augusta lost one of its premier matriarchs, and it will be a long time before anyone can dedicate themselves to family and community at...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/opinion/letters/2012-03-27/garden-welcome-frenchie
Simple recipe produces flavorful pasta salad

I love it when I can decode a restaurant recipe and re-create it at home. Recently, Augusta Chronicle reader Kathy Woodrum wrote me requesting that I decode the pasta salad served on the salad bar at Ruby Tuesday for her...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/life/food/karin-calloway/2010-10-12/simple-recipe-p
Karin Calloway | Food | Life | Karin Calloway
Hundreds gather in rain for 'tea party' tour

...couple have racked up quite a few miles since, making their way to Washington, D.C., in September and, most recently, Augusta on Tuesday to protest big-government policies. "We just think it's important that people stand up right now...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/government/2009-11-11/hundreds-gather-rain-tea
Government | Government
Stow the racial rhetoric

...no relevance whatsoever. At a public hearing on extending the county's special purpose local option sales tax recently, Augusta Commissioner Betty Beard made reference to never having received "40 acres and a mule." Huh? What in the world...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/09/26/edi_429547.shtml
Editorials | Augusta-Richmond County Commission
Other brave men, women to thank

...reputations on the line every day to create and grow the jobs and businesses that make this and every other community go. Recently, Augusta gave thanks to four such entrepreneurs, and we'd like to add our thanks. Jeff Annis, owner of Advanced Services...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2005/11/24/edi_25602.shtml
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