Dow Jones average soars above 8,000, first time since October plunge

Salutes teacher who burned out early

Blasts former mayor's election plans

A blow to Nielsen

Deal with homeless

Seeks insurance for mental illness

Raps minority teacher who kept job

Georgia lottery drawings held

Teen-ager enters guilty plea

Angels they heard on high

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University may get infant AIDS vaccine

Unsolved mysteries

Army monitored King days before murder

Holiday fatalities reach 15

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Leaders propose program changes

Tree farmer readies his crop with a watchful eye

Challenge, luck lead to writing career

Suicide victim covered up his identity

Empty Stocking Fund: Theft can drain holiday

Winner never planned to be sheriff

`Race card' no longer feasible

Unidentified bodies discovered in the area

Be sure about your pigeons

Heritage Grand out of business

Seafood could be safer soon

'Race card' no longer feasible

International agency to monitor U.S. surplus uranium

City seeks new contracts

Teen-ager enters guilty plea

DeVaney supports tax increase

Entrepreneurs make money off live rocks

A lot of trees

Enrollments grow slightly

Shining light on AIDS

Be sure about your pigeons

Construction spending rises

Empty Stocking Fund: Wreck causes family hardship

Water pollution authority pushed

Residents wary of new jail

Killings increase in Aiken

Cover-up in Aiken

Pastors call investigation racist

Gaming council backed

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Empty Stocking Fund: Wreck causes family hardship

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Some dread mobile homes in neighborhoods

Charities call Aiken generous

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Garner: bold leader 120297 - The Augusta Chronicle

Reflects on Judeo-Christian heritage 120297 - The Augusta Chronicle

Salutes retiring editorial cartoonist 120297 - The Augusta Chronicle

Is Freeh aboard? 120297 - The Augusta Chronicle

'He does things right' 120297 - The Augusta Chronicle

Says church/state wall misconstrued 120297 - The Augusta Chronicle

Believes Arauz was right to leave 120297 - The Augusta Chronicle

Pippen's stance troubles Jordan and Jackson

Blazers' O'Neal rescued after hit and run

IOC welcomes agreement on Nagano downhill

Top four unchanged in women's basketball poll

DGGC will double purse to $2 M by 2002, move to fall date sooner

Delaware no easy picking

Swedes defeat U.S. in Davis Cup debacle

Carter leads new eligibles on Hall ballot

Length of shorts, Bulls talk of NBA

Lehman wins Skins Game title

Hockey deal seems solid

Bullish on Jordan

Dukes sits on top of men's poll

Clemson knocks out South Carolina in OT

Late 3-pointer helps Georgia edge Lady Tigers

Hawks continue to soar

Team Canada: Gretzky going to Nagano, Messier stays home

Brown joins Georgia cagers

Overtime: Williams off to Arizona

Senior calendar

Yule tide television

Can this marriage be saved: Exchange of feelings is positive

Tree farmer readies his crop with a watchful eye

The people's pharmacy: Herbal cures still need doctor's care

Age old question: Blending helps families enjoy holidays

Tree farmer readies his crop with a watchful eye

Xtreme advice: Boyfriend's action not good

It's a wide, wide, wide world

Net chat: Free stamps elude `Newman'

Smith's rhymes have perfect timing

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Smith's rhymes have perfect timing

Special on Aisle 5: Shopper ambivalence over electronic gadgets

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Koreans donate spare coins to multibillion dollar currency crisis

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Construction spending rises

Online companies to announce plans keeping smut from kids

NASA approves second spacewalk to test station equipment

Space age farming

Eye scans could replace PINs at ATMs

The uplink: Connect to computer classes

'Telephony' makes a global connection

8 planets, moon to line up in sky

Web sites a hotbed for converging concepts

Space age farming

`Birthday Blastoff' is intelligent, witty

Services promising kid-safe Internet

Nations fight to keep up with cyberthieves

`LEGO Island' captures imagination of child and adult

Expert: U.S plan inadequate as `warmest' year nears end

NASA says no to sending satellite back into orbit