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Michael Meyers Column: CSRA basketball talent is bursting out all over the place

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Let us start off with a few things that should add some smiles to our hearts. The CSRA is busting at the seams with talent. I was looking over some stuff and, pro...

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  1. The North Augusta Lady Jackets won 4 state titles in a row…4 IN A ROW!! It didn’t get the notice it should have. That means from 9th grade until they graduated they were the SC State Champs!!! This area has let them down. They should have been honored appropriately for that accomplishment. I cannot remember any time in this area that has been accomplished in Girls athletics. On another note: stop voting for the same people over and over again. Public office is not supposed to be a lifetime career. There should be new blood in every election. That’s on a local, state and federal level. Great article this week Mr. Meyers..I’m even gonna let ya slide on the no Hardie comment this week ????????

    • Yes!! Yes!! Yes!! Mr. Wylds said I did a great column… and he let me slide. #movingonup No really – thank you for reading and the comments each week … I really do appreciate anyone and everyone who reads and comments. Even when people jump on me.

  2. Not sure why I missed this column in March 1st issue as I read TAP daily. Douse has my vote for Admin….we need an Augusta person who has a stake in our city. Whoever failed to recall Commisioner McKnight should be run out of town. McKnight is a great commissioner and a slap at her is a slap at us all. Who is running for what is so confusing there needs to be a chart for easier comprehension. Also confusing is who is black and who is white and who is female and who is male. I was taught and heard for years that it does not matter the color of one’s skin but the content of their qualifications.

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