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Column: Happy first anniversary, Augusta Press!

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Editor's note: Managing editor Charmain Z. Brackett reflects on 12 months of The Augusta Press

It’s hard to believe it’s only been a year since The Augusta Press launched. We've accomplished so much in just 12 months’ time.

Jan. 11, 2021 was a special day for all of us at The Augusta Press. T...

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  1. TAP is the best thing since “sliced bread” most definitely the Best thing for Augusta GA. Y’all are a blessing. Keep up the great work. We would not know a tenth of the “stuff” happening in Augusta and surrounding areas if it wasn’t for your diligence in getting to the very bottom of all “happenings”. Scott, so happy your Mother-in-law encouraged you on this venture. Congratulations to the entire staff of TAP…Happy Birthday and Anniversary.

  2. Happy Birthday The Augusta Press. Since Gannett took over The Augusta Chronicle it has been filled with Socialist propaganda. Even though the majority of Richmond County is Democrat (sad to say), the people that subscribe to the news is conservative. Hopefully The Chronicle will be gone soon and The Augusta Press will grow much bigger.

  3. Some years back I heard something about a new news source which was available on a computer, phone, tablet, as opposed to paper. My first reaction was, well that’s a loser. Fast forward to Jan. 16, 2021 when I caught up to the times and became a TAP subscriber. What a joy this news source is in my life. I have read my “paper” in the waiting rooms of Dr. Pollard’s office, Dr. Bullard’s office, Dr. Goss’s office, in a boat, sitting in the living room of my daughter’s home in Charleston SC…I do love my “press”.

  4. Have been a subscriber from the fist days of publication. As soon as I found out Sylvia Cooper was involved I immediately signed up. Enjoy reading TAP everyday. Please continue with the property information Have not seen it lately

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