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Aquinas in rare spot against Lincoln County

chronicle.augusta.com — But make no mistake: Aquinas has suddenly gone from punching bag to puncher. Though Aquinas was undefeated and ranked No. 3 in advance of last year's game against Lincoln County, the Irish had a 32-game series losing streak to hide behind or rally behind.
Oct 31, 2014

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Oct 31, 2014

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Westside's Reynolds is Player of the Week

chronicle.augusta.com — After his father, Marcus, starred as a Patriots receiver, Josh Reynolds is doing the same. In last Friday's 48-0 win against Glenn Hills, Reynolds rushed for 120 yards and a touchdown, had a receiving score on a screen pass and also returned an interception for a touchdown.

U.S. Army, Cyber Security and Business Against a Common Foe conference set for Wednesday

chronicle.augusta.com — The Technology Association of Georgia is hosting "U.S. Army, Cyber Security and Business Against a Common Foe" to address the local impact of the Cyber Command Headquarters at Fort Gordon. The event will also address steps local businesses can take to avoid data breaches. The six-hour conference begins at 10 a.m.
Oct 31, 2014

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Retired teacher challenges Jackson for state Senate seat

Oct 30, 2014

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Postseason aces become an Augusta thing

chronicle.augusta.com — Perhaps there's something in the water of Lake Olmstead that develops a World Series champion. Former Augusta GreenJacket Madison Bumgarner established himself as a postseason legend Wednesday night by throwing five shutout innings in relief, allowing just two hits and striking out four.
Oct 30, 2014

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Laney, Westside play Saturday in key game

chronicle.augusta.com — As the Augusta area prepares for the first Halloween Friday since 2008 - the next won't be until 2025 - the Wildcats are getting ready for a 4 p.m. Saturday home game against Westside. That way Laney - as Josey did Oct.

Stone, Evans on the road in busy District 23 race

chronicle.augusta.com — Stone has held the seat since 2010, when former Democratic Sen. J.B. Powell switched to run for commissioner of agriculture during the final minutes of qualifying, with Stone's only opposition that year from Evans, who joined the race later as a write-in.
Oct 29, 2014

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Michaux: Gurley's punishment doesn't add up

chronicle.augusta.com — The arbitrary hand of NCAA injustice strikes again. The farcical enforcement arm of the diminishingly relevant ruling body in collegiate athletics dropped the hammer on a player who had the audacity to admit accepting roughly $3,000 over two seasons for signing his name. The operative phrase there should be "HIS NAME," but oddly it's the word "ADMIT."

DSM building new plant in Augusta

chronicle.augusta.com — Royal DSM announced Wednesday that a new polymer plant will be built next to its existing Augusta facility on Columbia Nitrogen Drive. The Netherlands-based company said that construction of the plant, which will produce a polymer used in food packaging, is slated to begin early next year and should be completed by mid-2016.

NCAA: Gurley out 2 more games

chronicle.augusta.com — That means the Bulldogs won't have Gurley for Saturday's game against Florida in Jacksonville and next week's game at Kentucky. It also almost certainly ends any chances Gurley had to contend for the Heisman Trophy. The NCAA said Gurley took money from "multiple individuals" for autographed memorabilia and other items over two years.