Trend Results : "Augusta"

Blog Post Results (1-20 of 2617)


A Country to Give Thanks For

Rick McKee / Augusta Chronicle Making Sense by Michael Reagan The Middle East is in total chaos. Terrorism is only getting worse. We’ve got big economic, immigration and racial problems we can’t solve. And we’re in the middle of a presidential...Show More Summary

GA: Committee Defers Adding Holiday Bus Service in Augusta

An Augusta Commission committee held off Tuesday on a request to add city bus service on one or more holidays. Asked to look into adding the service next year by Commissioner Bill Fennoy, Augusta Public Transit Director Patrick Stephens...Show More Summary

High-fat diet prompts immune cells to start eating connections between neurons

AUGUSTA, Ga. - When a high-fat diet causes us to become obese, it also appears to prompt normally bustling immune cells in our brain to become sedentary and start consuming the connections between our neurons, scientists say. The good...Show More Summary

Giving Thanks

Rick McKee / Augusta Chronicle By Susan Stamper Brown It’s almost Thanksgiving. The fireplace inside crackles while the snow outside falls, painting an exceptionally-Alaskan scene as I write. It’s also a reminder this is the time ofShow More Summary

Winners, Losers and Leaders

Rick McKee / Augusta Chronicle Making Sense by Michael Reagan President Obama’s reaction to the horrible terrorist attacks in Paris has been strange — and disturbing. Instead of rallying the country and calling for the United StatesShow More Summary

Three local players reach finals of Drive, Chip and Putt championships

Three Southern California youth golfers are among the 80 finalists for the Drive, Chip and Putt Championship National Finals to be played on April 3 at Augusta National Golf Club. The local qualifiers are Kayla Sam, 13, of Anaheim Hills; Leigh Chien, 9, of Irvine, and Adriel Luis Abaoag, 9, of...

2016 MV Agusta Brutale 800 And Lewis Hamilton Dragster RR: Small Changes And More Bling

last weekVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

It’s hard not to root for MV Augusta. The Italian brand has a storied racing history, and post-HD ownership embarked on product blitz to try and fix public perceptions. They’re flawed, exotic, beautiful machines, and very Jalop. Read more...

Critical Thinking Needed

Rick McKee / Augusta Chronicle By Tom Purcell I’m often out of touch with our rapidly changing culture norms. Here’s one change I’m behind on: that so many are getting so easily offended by every perceived slight, real or imagined. These...Show More Summary

ISIS Is Contained, President Obama?

Rick McKee / Augusta Chronicle By Susan Stamper Brown The November 13 Paris terrorist attack was well-coordinated with suicide bombings, grenade attacks, deadly shootings and hostage taking. As body counts rose, France’s borders closed and a state of emergency declared. Show More Summary

Politicians Peddle Fear Because it Works

Rick McKee / Augusta Chronicle By Rick Jensen Politicians and activists throughout the ideological spectrum use fear tactics to win. Candidate Barack Obama portrayed Mitt Romney as an evil destroyer of businesses, even though Mitt’sShow More Summary

Imperial Prussian centerpiece highlights Fine Silver & Objects of Vertu at Heritage Auctions

3 weeks agoArts : Artdaily

Silver fit for royalty ? an Imperial Prussian Silver and Cut-Glass Centerpiece, with Cypher of Queen Augusta, Wife of Kaiser Wilhelm I, circa 1865 and a George Smith III & William Fearn Basting Spoon with the Crest of Queen Charlotte ? are among the highlights in Heritage Auctions? Fine Silver & Objects of Vertu Auction Nov. Show More Summary

One Man's Fight to Reclaim a Racist South Carolina Monument

Photos by Whitney Kimball. In the center of North Augusta, in front of a fountain on the lawn of the town's oldest house, there's an obelisk memorial to a white supremacist who died massacring a black town. The monument...

Lipid helps keep algae and brain fluid moving

AUGUSTA, Ga. - The same lipid that helps algae swim toward the light also appears to enable one type of brain cell to keep cerebrospinal fluid moving, researchers report. The lipid is ceramide, long known to help keep skin smooth, and...Show More Summary

Mainstream Media’s Bias

Rick McKee / Augusta Chronicle By Susan Stamper Brown Apparently, integrity and critical thinking are not qualities found in today’s mainstream media. We know this after watching the CNBC-hosted Republican debate billed as one whichShow More Summary

Virginia Repubs’ unconstitutional campaign ad: We are the party of ‘Christian heritage’

4 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

Republicans in Augusta County, Virginia flouted the separation of church and state after releasing an ad suggesting that only their candidates would defend “Christian heritage” if elected. “God is a foundation of our nation,” county party commitee chair Larry Roller told the...

When it comes to children's ability to think, weight and activity level both matter, study finds

AUGUSTA, Ga. - Weight and physical activity levels are both factors in a child's ability to acquire and use knowledge, a new study finds. "The question this paper asks that has not been asked before is whether it is just fitness that influences children's cognition," said Dr. Show More Summary

Twins Can’t Get Their Driver’s Permits Because The State Of Georgia’s Computers Can’t Tell Them Apart

Two Georgia twins can’t get their driver’s permits because the State of Georgia’s can’t tell them apart,WJBF (Augusta) is reporting. For most teenagers, getting their driver’s permit means finally being fee. It’s a rite of passage, marked by a few hours of tests, photographs, and paperwork followed by that glorious little card that means you... Show More Summary

It’s Choosing Time for the GOP

Rick McKee / Augusta Chronicle Making Sense by Michael Reagan Maybe Joe took my advice. I told a friend of the VP’s recently that he should not run for president in 2016 but instead should leave the political stage as an elder statesman. No...Show More Summary

Debt Ceiling Debate Ignores Warfare-Welfare State

Rick McKee / Augusta Chronicle By Ron Paul The U.S. Treasury’s recent announcement that the government will reach the debt ceiling on November 3 means Congress will soon be debating raising the government’s borrowing limit again. Any...Show More Summary

Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC