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Michael Meyers

Column: Bullies need to seek help, regardless of their ages

Bullies need help to avoid negative consequences for others and for themselves.

Column: Meyers connects with Augusta Press readers for two years

Michael Meyers thought about it and prayed before joining The Augusta Press staff two years ago.

Column: The new year begins with Richmond County school board politics

In this week's column, Michael Meyers wraps up 2022, and gives his opinions on 2023.

Column: Christmas lessons and celebrations mark the week

Christmas ponderings have kept columnist Michael Meyers busy during a slow week for politics.

Column: ‘Grinch’ is Alive and well in Augusta

Ambulance service issues are serious.

Column: School board election for District 6 is getting interesting

Michael Meyers looks into possible candidates for the Richmond County School Board District 6 seat.

Column: Commission draws to a close as Summerville secession discussion moves forward

The Augusta Commission's year draws to a close, and with that, some commissioners will move on so the newly elected ones can take their seats.

Column: Summerville secession discussion evokes lots of comments

Commentary on Summerville secession has been varied.

Column: Lots of highs and lows happening lately

Highs and lows have punctuated the recent days, but kindness and forgiveness can improve every day.

Column: Disagreeing doesn’t mean being disagreeable

Political disagree is an issue of free speech.

Column: Michael Meyers reviews election results

Michael Meyers reviews the election results.

Column: Michael Meyers considers what Augusta’s political future looks like

Michael Meyers answers recent questions posed to him about Augusta politics and other local issues.

Opinion: Michael Meyers wants to see people come together for Augusta’s success

Michael Meyers shares his hopes for a better Augusta in this week's column.

Opinion: Michael Meyers remembers Wayne Howard

Michael Meyers highlights his memories of a "humble servant and community leader."

Opinion: Why all the buzz about a deer stand?

Michael Meyers shares his thoughts about county commissioners.

Michael Meyers

Mike Meyers is a public relations and community relations leader as well as a church pastor. He is known as a calm and decisive leader, who can communicate and deliver. As a former government information officer with 20 years in public service, Meyers is known as a servant leader who uses storytelling, consistency and big picture examples to connect audiences. He states that his mission is to inspire pride, engagement, and advocacy for “the least of these.” Mike believes that “He who manages the information - manages the future.”

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