Business briefs

Top bulls in high demand from world's dairy farmers

Community says no to Nike, wants more from corporate suitors

Hostile takeovers thrive as stocks hit record highs

Club to tour baking company

On the move

Manufacturing lapses hurt Martin Color-Fi

Basket structure no picnic to build

Stock splits: headed for record

Fund taxes often hard to figure

Q&A: The International Monetary Fund

FedEx begins deliveries on Sundays

Silicon Valley's imitators try to copy its economic success

Trusts buying to survive

Immigrant worked his way up

Compaq warns that flat first-quarter sales wiped out profits

New store ready for business

Grocers plan store

City in Mexico exploited NAFTA

Georgia Lottery drawings held

Old murders never closed

Ratings to affect bid for bridge

Chicken cookout

Local and area briefs

Man kills girlfriend, himself, officials say

Unusual fare livens cook-off

`No option but to appeal'

House slashes prison education funding

Charleston leaders pursue new bridge

Special section voted among top 10 in country

New models

Veterans, lawmakers say better health care crucial

Young college ponders its future

Studies planned on island

Board to receive MCG review

Turkey callers battle

Museum supporter

Honored for service

Georgia Lottery drawings held

Beetle on display

Museum to buy 17 of Wyeth's works

Heavy rains postponing lock repairs

Agencies expecting cuts in United Way funding

Top horse trainer sells local facility

Missing angler's body found in river

Gala at the museum

Local and area briefs

Leaving welfare difficult

Old soldier's words still timely advice 030898 - The Augusta Chronicle

Naming going hog wild 030898 - The Augusta Chronicle

Notes ombudsman programs for care 030798 - The Augusta Chronicle

Says plants should go, not schools 030898 - The Augusta Chronicle

Protests treatment of police in shootings 030898 - The Augusta Chronicle

Back bail bond standards 030798 - The Augusta Chronicle

Explains Americans' puzzling paradox 030898 - The Augusta Chronicle

Seeks compassion for family of victim 030798 - The Augusta Chronicle

Asks daily prayers for law officers 030798 - The Augusta Chronicle

Costly hindsight 030898 - The Augusta Chronicle

Reflects on execution, civil rights 030798 - The Augusta Chronicle

High-tech labor scam? 030898 - The Augusta Chronicle

Defends Greenbrier team's shaved heads 030798 - The Augusta Chronicle

Tighten Ga. auto insurance 030898 - The Augusta Chronicle

Sprewell ruling tells what gag order held

Andruw showing progress

Tennessee carries heaviest burden

Tigers rally to beat Deacons

Dennis lashes out at rival team

Park seriously injured during practice run

Tournament passes a target for thieves

Special section voted among top 10 in country

S.C. State rides Brown to berth

Georgia's Jirsa outcoached again

Junior archery program has taken flight

Region 3-AAAA semis promise excitment

Josey motivated to win state title

Dream over for Pacers

Lady Eagles soar to title

Cox wants to keep his focus on NL opponents

Andruw showing progress

Grant strong on defense, holds Sesay in check

Hakkinen qualifies fastest for Australian Grand Prix

Lady Eagles soar to title

Martin barely avoids getting hit by a runaway golf cart

Kentucky's an imposing No. 4 seed

Get ready for Duke, UNC III

Rain threatens to postpone Primestar 500

Bradley leads Doral; Tiger lurking

USC, Kentucky to meet in final

County keeps Class AAA hold

Cox wants to keep focus on NL opponents

Wardlaw girls, boys up for titles

Couglan proves Langham wrong with play on PGA Tour this year

Tough week for Montgomerie in U.S. debut

Avery's heroics lift Duke to win

Area star Spikes plans to write about his life

Pontiacs strong in qualifying

Weather or not, archers coming to Georgia Open

Cox may get new contract 030798 - The Augusta Chronicle

Welcome millenium in style

Big-screen faith

Mystery Hill's origin remains unknown

Church bulletin

Fine arts calendar

Inspections can head off problems

A gift that hints bribe is no gift

Orthodox pirate radios become major recruiting tools

Changing tempos mar choral concert

Garden show celebrates 20th century in flowers

Hackman's acting genius is to be found in the subtleties

Jesus wants us to ask for guidance

Bestsellers list

En Garde!

Garden calendar

Hawking offers view of science in the 21st century

Lawmakers criticize nonprofit's big pay

Hot spots on the Internet: Dog-Trek

Drug may reverse scarring, crippling of scleroderma

El Nino a valuable Lab for scientists

Industry watching Internet philosopher

Hacker tracks down pornographers

Zip file does big things in small way

'Math Detective' expanded for PC, Mac platforms

Internet changing shipping