On a week when nearly 1,600 students receive their diplomas, there's clearly work to be done to make sure more Columbia County students graduate on time.
Once again, deprived of the opportunity to speak to this weekend's graduates, I offer my thoughts on their commencement.
Covenant United Methodist Church's Omega Worship sessions on Tuesdays are designed with the irreligious in mind.
Columbia County's school system has few choices for balancing the budget that won't severely damage education.
With so many children out of school for the summer, parents must keep tabs on them so they don't wind up in trouble.
The retiring principal of the Augusta Prep upper school spent her first career in the U.S. Army, rising to the ranks of commanding general at Fort Gordon.
Despite signs of changing populations and warnings from the governor, Georgia's Republicans don't seem interested in outreach to Latinos and other minorities.
The end of the school year and the end of Charles Nagle's career also is the start of a new era in which the system is transitioning to larger, more cost-effective campuses.
As the school year winds down, it's good to remembers that sometimes lessons come from unlikely places.
Mr. Lloyd wouldn't be pleased with the way custodians have failed to make the case for preventing their jobs from being outsourced.
After 11 years with Babies 'R' Us, it's time to step down.
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