Bill allows trimming of trees blocking ads

Speaker pushes for equality

Economists say budget gridlock looks just fine

Government report claims Japanese economy stagnating

Unemployment rate near 24-year low

Asian market troubles unlikely to threaten Augusta

Business briefs

Plane parking space

Meeting to help network

Telephone company plans to open S&L

Court upholds FCC restrictions on wireless licensing

Markdowns lure shoppers to stores in January

Warm welcome

Woman sentenced for false statement

Georgia Lottery drawings held

Plant stays accident-free

Administrator seeks audit reports

Exemption status clarified

Drunken driver receives prison term of five years

Skill lacks practical usefulness

Local and area briefs

Mayor may gain more power

Web posted February 6, 1998

Additional area news

Students oppose new test

Man sentenced to 10 years in death of son

Son of slain couple questioned, released

Bill allows trimming of trees blocking ads

Hollings leads GOP rivals in raising funds

Miller, Gingrich rising in public-opinion poll

City council opposes bill

Solicitor may file charges

Plan to control aquatic weeds

Web posted February 7, 1998

Performer appears in movie

Teacher, school headed back to court

Clowning around

Dam release creates spectacle

Corps removes lake water

Family keeping watch

Pipe repairs

Newman receives hero award North Augusta

Barbecue helps benefit city

Time for over-the-top ceremony

Let the Games Begin

Notebook from Nagano

Eldredge debating quadruple jump

Snowboaders go all out for fun

Why re-elect Nuessle? 020698 - The Augusta Chronicle

Proper Reagan honor 020698 - The Augusta Chronicle

Pleas for support to preserve habitat 020698 - The Augusta Chronicle

Slams `godfather's' bad media rap 020798 - The Augusta Chronicle

Blasts Columbia Co. leash-law scofflaws 020698 - The Augusta Chronicle

Warns funeral homes being gobbled up 020798 - The Augusta Chronicle

Praises city's model chemical program 020698 - The Augusta Chronicle

Fort Discovery gets vital aid 020798 - The Augusta Chronicle

IRS' wrong address 020798 - The Augusta Chronicle

Sees reason U.S. car sales lagging 020798 - The Augusta Chronicle

Tech hits Abraham Baldwin hared

Ivanisevic beats Becker in marathon match

Victory may end ARC reign

Derrick gets 2,004th point

NASCAR notes: Terry Labonte's Chevrolet fastest car in practice

ARC set for game vs. Josey

College notes: Tech hires new linebackers coach

Clancy confident Vikings are his

Spartans stave off Westside

Former champ: Fatigue an important part of tournament golf

Starting QB spot uncertain

Giant sporting goods trade show opens

Marlin back with crew chief Glover

Holland upset with refs after loss to Lexington

Soccer tourney to begin

It's not just a channel, it's an obsession

Golf notes: Love, Kite in lead at rainy Buick

Water, water everywhere

NFL notes: Falcons making effort to get former Dog Zeier

North Carolina wins showdown with Duke 97-73

Fans ready for Duke, UNC rematch

South Aiken gets its revenge

Golden anniversary

Pitino style copied by Donovan

Jordan, Krause take stands at All-Star break

Overtime: News and notes from the world of sports

Baird wins Daytona ARCA pole

Club calendar

Crittenden's music goes deep

Area movie listings

Weekend offered at Carolina campground

CBS shakes up Bryant Gumbel's show, NBC hires Marcia Clark

Magical advice

Charlie Brown's no lady

False words can confuse the faithful

Calendar of performances

Artist expresses Christian themes

Simplicity key to downtown restaurant's success

Church bulletin

'Blues Brothers 2000' lacks comic element

Artist makes his art come to life in park

Band's energy makes 'Naked Baby' jump

Events showcase black history

Celebration will be held at Artists Row

Influenza specimen from 1918 found in frozen remains

In TV shopping orbit

Internet Alaska shares to be sold

Wired housing

Senate Democrats block action on cloning bill

Report: Netscape may sell whole or part of company

Faster modems

Government warns suspected e-mail scammers

Researchers identify `mad cow' prion disease process

Judiciary chairman Hatch, Gorton trade jabs on Microsoft

Microsoft plans reorganization