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Suggests union for military retirees

Larke's surprise bonuses

We're to pay for GWCC

Decries bad condition of Canal Park

Takes offense at treatment by clinic

Columbia Co.: Be visionary

Defends workers, Teamsters union

Supports pay raises for teachers

Scrap Mir space junk

Says Norwood helped pass industry `gift'

Proposed budget cuts county health, adds to popular programs

Local and area briefs

Low rainfall, hot weather equal falling lake levels

Schools have new plans for new year

Local and regional news briefs

Pupils line up for immunizations

State trying to track tainted chicken

Made in the shade

Officials complete investigation of construction site death

Aiken likely tire plant site, officials claim

Exhibition shows off students' artworks

All this, just for kindergarten?

Men replay World War II

Georgia Lottery results

County looking for ways to pay for stormwater problems

Late pupils put schools into flux

Officials trying to find link between missing man, burned bodies

Proposed splitting of funds attacked

Hospital says probe mimics earlier case

Poised for action

Weekend weather will stay beautiful

Computers assisting genealogical searches

Kidnappings by relatives far from rare

Researchers target cancer

Jackets stop Sand Gnats

Minor league notes: GreenJackets sitting in good shape for SAL playoffs

Falcons ambushed, lose to Jags 26-17

Tech golfer gets berth in finals

Pipkins, Myler lead luge trials

University finds no evidence of point-shaving

Kenny Wallace wins Bristol pole

Aiken County `JAKES Day' set Sept. 20

David Westin: 'Big Daddy' may see more sponsorship in future

Rebels, Jackets in opener

Rusty recalls Gordon `tap'

College notes

Braves notes

Interest in Bates high

Maddux off, but Braves win anyway

Fishing luck good for kids

Prep notes: 5-A kingpins meet in jamboree

Jarrett wins Goody's 500

Local Ohio boy makes good in third round of World Series

Braves notes: Graffanino becomes a regular

Georgia, South Carolina hunters get ready for doves

Bill Kirby: Gimme that old-time baseball

Falcons hope Reeves' postseason touch catching

Lofton, Neagle lead win

Star receiver should be fine

Harbin leads Cadillac Cup

Mustangs' Johnson tops Jamboree show

Panthers play poorly, lose to Steelers 27-14

Michelson leads at World Series of Golf

Mike Berardino: One quick shot was all it would have taken

Mike Berardino: Injury throws serious scare into Bates clan

Carlisle concert has waiting list

Picasso's paintings to pass time in Atlanta

Creating vivid impressions

Anaya blends narrative gift with a Hispanic perspective

Seattle bids farewell to grunge, spotlight

Eco-friendly clothing tries to swim in the mainstream

Church bulletin

Horse-drawn packet boat cruises into Erie's past

Lyrics quiz

Nun's story latest shot in Sri Lanka

Answers to mystery lyrics

The money's the thing

Strange encounters: City was not lost one explorer sought

New Barney talks, but will parents buy it?

Kids stampede wonderful for area vacation Bible schools

Children choir spreads word of gospel with music

MMM...What?

Teamsters president Carey's election invalidated

Security Federal shows 51 percent increase

Business calendar: IRS workshop to explain employment tax

Delta Air Lines falls to bottom of industry's on-time performance

Federal court rejects telephone dialing rules

Want beef? Can't have it your way

On the move

Business briefs

Your money: SPDRs an option in market

Elmer's sticking at it for 50 years

Companies hire own Web staffs

Survey: Businesses will keep hiring

Banks slowing pace for tightening consumer loans

Augusta flights often canceled for other routes

Business briefs

Glue keeps bond with customers

Mir renews Russian space program

NASA uses Web to give public closer look at space program

Cosmonauts carry out repairs on `super day'

Tests show rain makes B-2 bombers less stealthy than planned

600,000 signatures mounted on craft bound for Saturn

Site offers guide to celebrity graves

CD-ROM review: Putt-Putt returns to travel in time

A weekend ruined by a computer

In books: Some business tips from a software giant

Smooth sailing on the Internet