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Saturday Market on Broad is back

Updated: 04/20/2007 - An outdoor market re-opens Saturday in Augusta. The Saturday Market on Broad is back, and this year organizers are on their own. After being cut from the city's budget, they had to quickly raise the money to keep it going.

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Remembering Carolyn Usry

Posted: 04/12/2007 - Carolyn Usry served as a Council member in Augusta before consolidation and also served as a member of the Coliseum Authority. She is well known as the woman behind Fat Man's.

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Commission says no to south Augusta mixed-income housing

Updated: 04/09/2007 - Plans for a public housing development in south Augusta hit a roadblock today. Augusta commissioners now say they don't want the development built there. In March, several homeowners went to a meeting to protest the plans.

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Record cold endangers crops

Updated: 04/09/2007 - A record cold April has affected all kinds of plants. With freezing temperatures expected again Sunday night, one local nursery waited it out to see what Mother Nature had in store. "It could be devastating..."

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Cops bus tables for charity

Updated: 04/06/2007 - They're trading in their guns and badges for menus and serving trays. North Augusta Public Safety officers and other local law enforcement agencies are joining forces to raise money for Special Olympics South Carolina.

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Rock Fore! Dough: good times for a good cause

Updated: 04/05/2007 - Rock Fore! Dough is fast becoming a tradition as part of the Master's celebration. This year, Cheap Trick and Dashboard Confessional were the headliners, and there was a huge turnout.

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"Masters money" goes to work for Augusta community

Updated: 04/05/2007 - Over the past decade, the Augusta National Golf Club has donated over $11 million from the Masters to local charities in our area. Here's just one example of how that "Masters money" is changing lives for the better.

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Third annual Rock Fore! Dough set to jam

Updated: 04/05/2007 - Tonight, the annual Drive for Show, Rock Fore! Dough concert kicks off at First Tee. "It's a really fun event," said event promoter Joe Stevenson. "The crowd is always great, and it's just a great time of year here in Augusta."

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Masters Week brings profits for Aiken businesses

Updated: 04/05/2007 - Businesses on Washington Road may think they've got prime real estate when it comes to luring in Master's patrons, but entrepreneurs in downtown Aiken say that's not necessarily the case.

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Fuzzy Zoeller holds golf clinic at Fort Gordon

Updated: 04/03/2007 - Fuzzy Zoeller was out at Gordon Lakes Monday putting on a clinic for folks at Fort Gordon, and lots of people came out to get help from him on their swing and short game.

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Local golf pros hold benefit clinic

Updated: 04/03/2007 - Vaughn Taylor, Charles Howell III, and Jim Dent were at the Municipal Golf Course in Augusta Monday morning, holding a clinic to benefit the Adaptive Golf Challenge and the Walton Foundation.

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Augustans teed off at Golf Magazine

Updated: 03/30/2007 - Golf Magazine is taking a swing at the city of Augusta, and it has some folks teed off. "It gives a very misleading impression of our city," said Mayor Deke Copenhaver.

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Lack of rain means increased fire danger

Updated: 03/28/2007 - 13 days and not a drop of rain. That's a problem. Leaves and other debris are dried to a crisp, making our wooded areas dangerously flammable. No rain combined with dry and windy conditions can spell disaster.

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Deputy Eric Sikes remembered

Updated: 03/27/2007 - Hundreds joined together at Warren Baptist Church today to remember a fallen Richmond County deputy. Deputy Eric Sikes died last week when his patrol car hit a tree on the way into work.

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Deputies crack down on underage drinking during Steeplechase

Updated: 03/26/2007 - The 41st annual Aiken Steeplechase drew a large crowd Saturday afternoon...but it also drew a lot of underage drinkers. In an effort to stop the problem, the Aiken County Sheriff's Office was out in full force.

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Stranger Danger session teaches kids self defense

Updated: 03/26/2007 - A local karate center held a training session to teach kids what to do if a stranger approaches them. The local kids who attended now know some quick techniques to cut their odds of being kidnapped in half.

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Deputy kidney transplant successful

Posted: 03/23/2007 - A deputy who lost his life is saving another. 17 years ago, Deputy James was shot five times on active duty. Recently, a transplanted kidney he got from his mother started to fail. Now he has new hope, thanks to one family's generosity.

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Another historic mill to be restored

Updated: 03/22/2007 - Another of Augusta's historic mills is getting a serious facelift. Sutherland Mill, right next to the Enterprise Mill on Greene Street near downtown Augusta, was sold last Monday (March 12) to a local developer.

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GDOT to build sound barrier along I-20

Updated: 03/19/2007 - Life will soon be a lot quieter for many people in Columbia County who live near I-20. The Georgia House has approved an $8 million project to build sound barriers. It's a project close to four years in the making.

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Woman narrowly escapes bug bomb explosion

Updated: 03/19/2007 - It was a close call for a south Augusta woman after an unusual explosion in her house. Lois Garnett set up a bug bomb in her kitchen, and firefighters say she forgot to turn off the pilot light on her stove, which caused the blast.

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Historic North Augusta inn reopens

Updated: 03/16/2007 - An historic inn in North Augusta is open again. Rosemary Hall is across the street from Lookaway Hall off Georgia Avenue. Now both turn of the century homes are open for guests and special events.

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Deployed soldiers "visit" friends, family back home

Updated: 03/16/2007 - Soldiers from Fort Gordon stationed in Iraq, Afghanistan and Belize had a chance to visit with family and friends tonight through the magic of technology, made possible thanks to the Augusta in Army Boots alumni members.

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Revival aims to help young black males

Updated: 03/14/2007 - A local group of community activists says they are tired of the way some young black males are growing up, and they are doing something about it. They met at the CSRA Dialogue and Revival over the past two days.

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