J. Philip Waring

Defines `veteran,' `military retiree'

Top bores

Opposes IMF global bailout `scheme'

Do-nothing panel

Urges citizens to reread Bill of Rights

Wants account of congressional votes

Cites university that prohibits drinking

Handy paid enough

Explains war of Southern independence

Recommends study of Southern history

Is Borison next?

Seeks changes in child support laws

Chides Reagan airport spoof

Health capsules

Video watch

'Flyers' in search of memories

Not too many people appreciate Christmas like Opry's `Tiny Jim'

CBS continues to fight an age-old image problem

Titanic' sails into theaters

Gordon postpones holiday show

Keeping the season bright

Thursday lineup wins for NBC

'Titanic' captures 8 Golden Globe nominations 121997 - The Augusta Chronicle

Baggot supports zoning request

Georgia lottery drawings held

Club calendar

Georgia to extend shrimping season

Reviewing Christmas ideas

Families helping children

Hospital delays presenting budget

Lawmaker could be censored

Concert watch

State examines Muscogee County landfill

Plea, probation end 4-year-old Folly Beach drowning case

Chamber to name its new president

Blacks press Beasley for more high-level jobs

Calls renewed to test saltwater fish for mercury

Voting seen as bad idea

Police threaten to close former congressman's flea market after raid

C-SPAN to visit Imperial

Jury hears evidence in accountant's case

HOPE scholarships for some declined

Work back to normal after Pena

A season of giving for a family in need

Applause Calendar

Catawbas give preview of upscale bingo parlor

Candidate proposes tougher promotion standards

Georgia lottery drawings held

Holiday lights in all their splendor

Some choices difficult

Video gambling onslaught begins in state Legislature

Some choices difficult

Coroner's office wants to identify man

Lawmaker faces impeachment

State inspects nursing home

Health and fitness calendar

Judge allows uncle to keep custody of children

Over the rainbow

Helping hands at area Salvation Army

Town's Christmas gift to residents: No property taxes

Movie reviews

Weiss gave through his death

Additional area news

Center to assist elderly

Parole plan gives lawmakers judgment

Estimates down for toll highway, but opening delayed

Streets remain unpaved

Film has unsinkable virtues

Top skaters get last test before Olympics

No Bull: Pippen tells kids he'll return

Six straight for Seizinger; 11th place for Street

Jagr, Hasek are world all-star leaders

Raysville hot for hybrids, huge stripers

Silver Charm looks golden in workout

Overtime: State issues warning to raw meat eaters

Big step for Street on long road back

Hawks 18-5 run leads to 94-83 win

Barnwell, Silver Bluff in battle

Sampras nets USOC SportsMan of Year

Comeback win has Jaguars feeling great

Earnhardt committed to end misery

Hockey deal frozen solid

Pogue wins giant slalom qualifier

Area teams in holiday tourneys

Piazza wants to stay a Dodger

Tigers mount surprise attack on favorites

Augusta stuns Morehouse

No suspensions from wild game

Fifty days to Nagano: Where's the snow?

Overtime: Team Augusta to box Finns at Warren Road

Sports Commission not ready to let go of Twins

Smoltz may miss games

Bass fishing tournaments

Georgia women whip Central Michigan

Christmas music comes in many flavors 121997 - The Augusta Chronicle

Truck drivers join work stoppage

Citicorp buys card services company

Powerful entities enter agreement

Local union contractors complain

Bank teller of future may be video star

Despite widened gap with Japan, overall October trade deficit improves

Interest in rental space appears strong

DuPont to proceed with swamp studies

Party time for businesses

Additional business news

Deli named Business of the Year

Galileo swoops within 124 miles of Europa's icy surface

Plastic Charity

Mir crew aborts experiment after camera fails

Anti-hate group announces Net filters

Computer privacy honored by companies

With DNA, `simple' cells perform feats of computation

Computer privacy honored by companies

Measuring the Moon

Microsoft says high-tech companies harmed by judge's order