Drug fingered in higher prices

American consumers are on a spending spree

Business briefs

Year of Tiger becomes Year of Recession for Asia

House considers bill to limit overtime for salespeople

Golf carts face government regulations

Murdoch sharing control of TV Guide with TCI

Wireless competition is growing

Second GM strike could bring nationwide shutdown

GM, union workers in major battle

Site impresses developers

Japan figures deepen Asia economic woes

Additional business news

Chamber head faces new duties

Implant recipients to go after manufacturers

Returned goods

Graduation a great feat for two

Flower grower folds up

Millner not sharing stage

Measure on information access OK'd

Woman continues her love of spinning, rabbit wool

Stormy weather likely to intensify

Augusta Canal gets a partner

Cash OK'd for weather preparations

Ex-Augusta woman guilty of tax evasion

Civilians attack Fort Gordon policy

Fleeing may have saved victim's life

Aquatic weed causes trouble on Savannah

Census takers collect stories with statistics

Study may lead to center

Book tells of bright side of PTL

Candidates spend big on campaigns

Local and area briefs

Agreement to set policy for offenses

Postcard collection mounting

Phone tower

Melon man

Group rewards tipster

Graduation test creates woe

Sign of the times

Suit alleges racketeering

Lynx cheers

Family plans to live dream of life at sea

Additional area news

Slabs on roads get fixed daily

Congressmen travel widely

Shop around

Probation turned down for suspect

Spears leading race for funds

State mulls reading test for third-grade pupils

Chamber project manager ends job

Woman dies in trailer fire

Different drummer

Landfill fix gets July deadline

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Calls Congress `Slick Willie clones' 061298 - The Augusta Chronicle

Sick flags over Orlando 061298 - The Augusta Chronicle

Notes another south Augusta `slight' 061398 - The Augusta Chronicle

Backs experience in Columbia Co. race 061298 - The Augusta Chronicle

Apologizes for use of offending word 061398 - The Augusta Chronicle

End the perversion 061398 - The Augusta Chronicle

Plugs Columbia County candidate 061298 - The Augusta Chronicle

Drag 'em to death 061298 - The Augusta Chronicle

Chooses `family man' in Augusta judicial race 061398 - The Augusta Chronicle

Cites another championship S.C. school 061298 - The Augusta Chronicle

Likes experience in judicial race 061398 - The Augusta Chronicle

The NRA's Moses 061298 - The Augusta Chronicle

Wants more police presence in area 061298 - The Augusta Chronicle

Rebuts claim Lyme disease uncommon 061398 - The Augusta Chronicle

Muses about traffic, Georgia and Jane 061298 - The Augusta Chronicle

Advocates better pay for law officers 061398 - The Augusta Chronicle

Hits activism in Ga. high court race 061398 - The Augusta Chronicle

Galarraga setting own pace

Cox drawn to country as getaway

Baseball notes: Larkin says he wants out of Cincinnati

Irvan returns to scene of tragedy and triumph

Jazz finally find right note

Infamous city plays odd host

Let athletes decide whether to use creatine

Borrego leads European Grand Prix after 65

Earnhardt Jr. on dad's team for next 5 years and beyond

USC to ban creatine for athletes

Capitals' Bellows has whirlwind day

Jackets short-circuited

School's out for students, but just starting for fish

Carlos Moya latest upset victim at Weber Open

Bullpen blows Braves win

Can Braves win with this bullpen?

Capitals aren't just being beat on scoreboard

Bolton takes spotlight at Butler youth camp

Baseball roundup: Larkin quiets trade talk

Aoki's 62 ties markat BellSouth Senior

Rodman has his role as a Bull down to science

NASCAR notes: Gerhart captures first career pole

Terry wants playoff, Bobby disagrees

Jackets get win behind Alvarado

Overtime: Augusta boxer Hudson gains Goodwill spot

What color would you like, Mr. Malone?

Sting romp over Mystics in opener

Disney Channel gains edge on children's programming

Applause calendar

Garden calendar

Pagan groups to worship at Stonehenge for first time in 10 years

Some summer fun does comes cheap

Figs will flourish under care

Getting more than their share

Club calendar

Comedian says his humor runs in the family

`Saturday Night Live' paying tribute to Hartman

World Band will be bringing reggae and jazz to Riverwalk

Reading our stories

Ramblin' Rhodes: Griffith played it straight as sheriff of Mayberry

Battle for Jerusalem shifts to biblical Mount of Olives

Smaller fountains make splash

Museums return sacred artifacts to Indian tribes

Photographer gets organically intense with her subjects

Former drug dealer now recruits for God

Day lilies will adorn Augusta Mall at show

Church bulletin

Widow Brown's is crackin' on annual lobster fest

Seymour not holding her breath on 'Dr. Quinn' renewal

High temperatures wreak havoc on summer gardens

Presbyterians hope to use meeting to squelch sex debate

Concert connection

God stays with us in hard times

Things will move quickly on d-Day

Celebrating creation

N. Georgia Methodists face busy agenda

`Six Days' pirates old movies

Government's Microsoft hired gun is veteran of legal 'Vietnam'

Blue mold appears in tobacco in 8 N.C. counties

Discovery returns to Earth

Digital votes to sell to Compaq

Doomsday Clock moved five minutes closer to midnight

Hominid brain may have been smaller than once believed

FCC chairman wants Internet subsidies reduced

Gingrich calls for better teaching for science 'explosion'

Tree plagues destroying China's forests

Mother to give birth on the Internet

Compaq cutting 2,000 jobs after Digital deal

Scientists build crash-free computer

Satellites pushing communications into orbit

Thomas given advice by former Mir astronauts

Air Force tests first laser for intercepting missiles in mid-air


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