St Julian Cox III

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Photojournalism: The Georgia Railroad and Banking Company

The Georgia Railroad and Banking Company, chartered in 1833 in Augusta, Ga., is where the first railroad train in Georgia operated from. Located at the...

Photojournalism: Harlem, Georgia

I've lived in Harlem, Ga., for about two years now, and it wasn't until recently that I realized I never took the time to actually...

Photojournalism: Springfield Village Park

​I briefly mentioned Springfield Village Park in a prior story about geocaching in Augusta. Today, I’m going to go more in-depth about its historical significance....

Photojournalism: Amanda America Dickson Toomer

The subject of this week's story was recommended to me by a reader named Doug. Amanda America Dickson Toomer was born of the rape of...

Photojournalism: Magnolia Cemetery’s History

A plantation-turned-cemetery, Magnolia Cemetery is located at 702 3rd St. in Augusta. It's the final resting place for many Confederate families and generals. It spans...

Photojournalism: Experiencing the Columbia County Fair with Jalen & Amir

This week, a friend of mine, Jalen Robinson, wanted to take his son, Amir, to the spring Columbia County Fair in Grovetown. I decided to...

Visiting the Dogs of Graced Kennels

This week, I stopped by Graced Kennels where Kathy Ellis of Hands to Paws rescue let me meet a few of the pups waiting for...

Reminiscing About Time Spent Abroad

This week, I'm taking a look back at the Augusta University study abroad trip to Scotland from the summer of 2019. Due to COVID-19, study...

Receiving the COVID-19 Vaccine, In Pictures

This past week, I went to get my COVID vaccine from a local Department of Health drive-through vaccination line. The process was fairly simple, starting with scheduling an appointment through the registration site

Springtime Sights in Augusta

Spring is back again, bringing with it warmer weather and the beautiful plant life that the Garden City is known for. One of my favorite...

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