Brackett named The Augusta Press managing editor
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Congrats to Charmain – Joe chose well.
Good to hear that former employees of the Augusta Chronicle, now known as the Augusta edition of USA Today, have found a home where their journalistic talents and ethics can be showcased.
Congratulations! I’m proud of you.
Congratulations! ???????? Position well earned and deserved!
Congrats to Chairman!! I look forward to TAP holding Augusta government’s feet to the fire! Congrats!! It’s nice to see good investigative journalism again!!
A greatly deserved and earned promotion.
Congratulations Charmain!!! Mr. Z. would be so proud
Congrats Charmain you deserve it!
Excellent choice. Congrats to Ms. Brackett.