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Just horsing around: CSRA's roots in the equine industry run deep

...while back, retired U.S. Air Force Maj. Gen. Perry Smith pointed out in a column the remarkable fact that the Central Savannah River Area is a center of gravity for America in six areas:? professional golf with the Masters;? disc golf;? the...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/opinion/opinion-columns/2014-12-20/just-horsing-aro
Attitude adjustment

...bolstered by public institutions, such as Georgia Regents University, and tech-focused government installations such as Savannah River Site ? which has a sizable nuclear and environmental-technology research component ? and Fort Gordon, ground zero...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/opinion/editorials/2014-12-20/attitude-adjustment
Savannah River Bacteria | The Augusta Chronicle

...Rob Pavey | Monday, Aug 16, 2010 Savannah River Bacteria If you've wondered...August of 2010. More recent stories on Savannah River water quality are on this page...still available. Residents living near Savannah River Site face no health risks from...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/topics/subjects/savannah-river-bacteria
Savannah River Site | The Augusta Chronicle

...Mirshak | Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2014 Savannah River Site When the Cold War...coming to a unique processing facility at Savannah River Site are expected to minimize amounts...inadequate emergency response procedures at Savannah River Site, a federal nuclear safety...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/topics/organizations/businesses/savannah-river-site
Ann Barker

...Story; her grandchildren, Jenni Mobley, Jamey, Jordan, Jillian, Ray Jr., and Dennis Wombles; her great-grandchildren Savannah, Carlee, Cora, Peyton, and Trey Wombles; her niece Teresa Whitaker; and her brother Bobby (Mary) Bedenbaugh. The family...

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Augusta Canal | The Augusta Chronicle

...The second and third levels take several paths through the Downtown and the Laney-Walker Districts prior to returning to the Savannah River, for a total length of approximately 13.5 miles. Notable structures at the upper end of the canal's first...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/topics/places/augusta-canal
Deke Copenhaver | The Augusta Chronicle

...support, in both black and white precincts. Before his election, Mr. Copenhaver spent four years as director of the Central Savannah River Land Trust, which works to acquire and preserve stream buffers and undeveloped land threatened by urban growth...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/topics/people/deke-copenhaver
Augusta State University | The Augusta Chronicle

...could offer a pre-engineering program. Students in the program would finish work on an engineering degree at Georgia Tech's Savannah campus. To accommodate its expanding academic opportunities and growing student body, school leaders are looking to expand...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/topics/education/colleges-and-universities/augusta-
Columbia County Board of Education | The Augusta Chronicle

...Middle School opened in 2008 on Blackstone Camp Road. The school was named for nearby Stallings Island, which is located in the Savannah River about eight miles from Augusta. For more information, visit the Board of Education's Web site, www.ccboe...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/topics/education/columbia-county-board-education
Vogtle Nuclear Power Plant | The Augusta Chronicle

...additional reactors at the site, which would bring the facility to a total of four reactors. A permit to siphon water from the Savannah River to operate cooling towers for two new nuclear reactors at Plant Vogtle has been issued despite strong opposition from...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/topics/organizations/businesses/vogtle-nuclear-powe