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The Demarest Files

The Aiken Standard
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Aiken Standard reporter Colin Demarest discusses issues and topics relating to the Savannah River Site, U.S. Department of Energy, its National Nuclear Security Administration as well as nuclear policy, in general, and cyber ventures at Fort Gordon

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Colin discusses S.C. Gov. Henry McMaster's recommendation for how lawmakers should spend the $525M plutonium settlement money. He also touches base on some of the headlines from his recent trip to Alexandria, Va. for the Nuclear Cleanup Workshop and ... more

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Colin discusses area politicians from Aiken and surrounding areas lobbying for a piece of the plutonium settlement money. Also the Savannah River National Lab wants to be at the forefront of national security, and some politicians speak up about trus... more

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4 months ago

Colin returns from the Nuclear Deterrence Summit to discuss the projected timetable for pit production at the Savannah River Site in Aiken as well as an aging workforce at Savannah River Nuclear Solutions.

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