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The Augusta Press wins multiple Georgia Press Association Awards Friday

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JEKYLL ISLAND, Ga.  - The Augusta Press won multiple awards at Friday’s Georgia Press Association Awards ceremony.

"This is about the work you did in 2021. it was important to your community. We need to celebrate this,” said Len Robbins, the event’s emcee.  

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15 COMMENTS

  1. Well deserved Augusta Press. Thanks for giving us the conservative voice that the Morris family gave us with the Chronicle for so many years. When Gannett Media took over the Chronicle it went totally Woke.

  2. Sylvia Cooper should have won first place award for community service. If it was not for her we would be in the dark about the truth of our community regarding political actions of our elected officials that are elected to do the right thing in every aspect of the job, from keeping honest records, receipts and keeping their noses clean while doing so. The service Sylvia provides, informs the entire community with news that in most cases shines a beacon on the real facts and issues going on. We would be in total darkness if she was not part of the team at The Augusta Press. The one reason I signed up a subscription was because of Sylvia.

  3. Quite an accomplishment, especially in light of the fact that you are only one year old! So glad that the Augusta Press brought together so many seasoned and talented reporters that are dedicated to reporting the facts, while keeping officials accountable for their actions.

    Very proud of you guys… keep up the superb work!

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