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Rants & Raves

Kudos to the Chronicle for covering the Braves today and not the Miami Marlins.

Medicare pays nearly $124 million to Augusta providers

...nearly $11 million in charges submitted and covered 16,455 patients, an average of $269 per patient, according to the Chronicle analysis.The ambulance service ends up appealing about a quarter of all its denied claims when Medicare decides a...

Mastering a plan for success

...nightly. It also shows the strength of our photo staff. The Chronicle has a great tradition of capturing the moments that...the phrase "2014 Masters," it will be an image in The Chronicle that you think of.

The public's business

...she said. "Would you like to stay for tea?"The reporter stayed, and an account of the meeting was published in The Chronicle. The group's discussions on ways to make Augusta more appealing would not have allowed the group to meet behind...

Rants & Raves

...coverage of the Miami Marlins on the front page and the only mention of the Braves is one sentence directing me to the Chronicle Web site for more coverage. What state is this? And why am I paying for a newspaper that doesn't cover our state's...

Entries sought for third annual Applaud the Artist cover design contest

...but is not required to, include the word Applause; The Chronicle reserves the right to add the Applause logo, The Augusta...30901. Entries will be converted to digital format by The Chronicle staff. THE WINNER? The winning entry, chosen by a...

Leaders give thoughts on superintendent search

Applicants, listen up. The Chronicle asked a sample of community leaders what they want in the next superintendent:

Home for the Masters: For former resident, memories come flooding back

...four years during the Vietnam War. When I left the Air Force, I came back to Augusta as an advertising salesman at the Chronicle/Herald. As much as I enjoyed living and working in Augusta, I left to finish college in northern Virginia, with...

Gogick: Enjoy our Masters special section responsibly

...caddies. And David would always test out his first few lines on me.It was a preview to the treat the subscribers of The Chronicle got each morning.It was a peek behind the scenes at Augusta National that only a former caddie with a deep appreciation...