Sees racists in Aiken County GOP

District 3: L.A. Williams

District 1: Brian Green

Likes Sharpe in S.C. House race

Calls editorial `sensational' accusations

Praises District 3 candidate's sensitivity

Values candidate's independence

Touts Grovetown candidates' leadership

Favors candidate Green for District 1

Prefers commissioner in District 7 race

Likes Brigham's independence

Defining Clinton moment

Those area S.C. House races

Sees 'smoke and mirrors' in S.C. race

Opposes Grovetown mayor's `picks'

Supports Shepard's ideas on trains

Improve court security

Says choice is clear in District 3 race

District 5: Henry Brigham

Augusta Commission endorsements

Likes refreshing, dedicated candidate

Likes Bryant in S.C. District 86 race

Respects District 3 candidate Williams

Finds Shepard refreshing, dedicated

District 7: Jerry Brigham

Claims audit report shows S.C. DOT is doing good job

Test rally

Gym classes pump up fitness

Aiken strategic plan envisions tourism and history in harmony

Augusta polling sites

Man convicted of molesting child to serve 15 years

Tuesday to settle elections

Scary science

Meet the candidates

Four SRS contractors face discrimination suit

Five running to fill Grovetown vacancy

Jack-o'-lanterns have uses after Halloween

Few may turn out for vote

Additional area news

Local and area briefs

Kids get ride at fall festival

Revenge beats trantrums

Freaky Friday

Paine College celebrates Harlem Renaissance

Complaint filed against Oxendine

Terrier owners win big

Computerized system to tighten controls on video poker

Documents contradict legal bills

Reach out and touch a congressman

Fair delights goers of all ages

More jail time added to sentences

Rezoning, construction under way in Whiskey Road area

Italians to visit Aiken

Milage records, trips differ

Wilkins yearns for Atlanta

Overtime: College basketball jump-started with exhibition games

Cranford decides on Georgia Tech

Obscure rule helps Craven

Reebok cuts ties with John Daly

Trio calm despite points race

Augusta Prep one win from backing up ranking

Basketball classic's festivities scheduled to begin Saturday

Tyson released from hospital

Silva, Loroupe favored again in marathon

Davis replaces Cambern as Ford motorsports boss

Schuerholz's expansion list `a work in progress'

Mesa State forfeits volleyball season after suspension of 11 players

NBHA event still growing

Hot Hamilton follows Rockingham win with Phoenix pole

U.S. tries for win in World Cup bid

Reporter: Shaq slaps Jazz center hours before opener

Love could spoil Tiger's day

Hawks welcome Daly with defeat

Germany's Szewczenko leads after short program at Nations Cup

New ref evokes tinges of respect in players

Event says `thanks' to those who help, protect others

We need to celebrate the joyful occasions

Lansbury returns to Sunday sleuthing in movie


Historic old church needs help to survive


New laureate to collect poetry readings by Clinton, 99 others

Cheap tickets from coupon brokers risky

Imus spares no one but Miller during mansion broadcast

Ask Carson

Facing trials with faith

Not so neighborly

Church bulletin

Great Falls' grandeur is no more, but importance remains

Georgia Power to release water in Tallulah Gorge this weekend

In good taste

Norville's book talks about overcoming adversity

Witnesses recall statue's manifestations

Entrepreneurs snapping up trademarks for millennium

On the move

Dow ends week with gain

Business briefs

Pioneer trades PC for M.D.

Business calendar

Accounting firms deny merger talks

Teens battle big business

Paying more at the pay phones

Diversified portfolio key to retirement

Additional business news

Business leaders say tech prep needs work

Recovering lost disc drive space

Dell reboots image, product

Taming the e-mail animal

Detective Internet surfing leads to child porn arrest

`Zero Zero' is good, but it's no `Chop Suey'

Security checks at U.S. nuclear labs sparse

Battles between programmers, marketers can hurt consumers

Panel: Don't take saccharin off list of carcinogens

Conservancy borrows $2.8 million to meet Cumberland Island deadline