Business briefs: Vendors required to register

Additional business news

Dillard's extends deadline

Diamond mine taking shape

U.S. is best for businessman

Retailers struggle to recruit

Business calendar: Seminars planned on small business

Hankook move may be distant

No progress in GM strike resolution

Home Depot stocks reward workers

Heavyweights spend big at World Cup

Kodak's fortunes uncertain

Disney opens door to DisneyQuest

Additional area news

Lottery pleases some critics

Roads program gaining critics

Agents mum on seizure

Candidates square off again

Schrenko out-raised once again

Financial plan next for center

Beach life OK by some

Runoffs coming Tuesday

Sacred Heart works to restore school

Early games give fathers time with sons

Atlanta searching for traffic solutions

Georgia returns Civil War flag to Maine

Drugs policy debated

Dance show dissuades smoking

Ice floor construction to begin

Investigators deem jail medical care inadequate

University health clinic sued in student's death

Law excludes felons from financial aid

Storms down trees, cause power outages

Chess a success at isle cafe

Water ban likely to continue next week

Possibility of new flood leaves residents unfazed

Contaminated soil more than expected

Additional area news

New coastal system criticized

State stresses water safety after deaths

S.C. governor signs scholarship measure

Friends, family remember car crash victim

Enjoying a week of freedom

Keeping things moving

Candidate hoping third time is charm

College standards improve

Augusta bets big on lottery

Suspect arrested in death

Peach festival parades spirit

Doing some brushing up

State lottery has cost some players plenty

Scientists tag wood storks

Georgia Greek houses falling into disrepair

Mrs. Zenobia Sease

Mr. Milton Faulk

Mrs. Mary Barksdale

Rev. Allen Clarkson

Mrs. Mamie Webb

Mr. Charles Grice

Mr. Willie Nix

Mr. Lee Anderson

Quarterrio Walton

Mr. Robert Smoak Sr.

Mrs. Minnie Mills

Mr. Timothy Tobin Sr.

Mr. Fleming Gibson

Mr. Louis Barnes

Mr. Harold McGahee

Mr. Robert Powell

Mr. Charles Jeffers

Mrs. Dollie Joyner

Mr. William Attaway

Mrs. Alice Mock

Mrs. JoAnn Johnson

Mr. James Hogan Sr.

Ms. Kathy McGriff

Mr. Rhett Jones

Mr. Charles Albea

Mrs. Patricia Challenger

Mrs. Minnie Powell

Mr. Robert LaSure

Mr. Jerome Gibson

Mr. Ben Cogburn

Mr. Paul Williams

Mrs. Jennie Odum

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Stewart stumbles but holds Open lead

NASCAR notes: Racing's family tree sprouts limb

Stewart holding 4-stroke lead

Manning gives time to commercial

Missourian wins $200,000 fishing prize

Jackets game rained out

Braves humiliated by Expos

Hornaday wins 20th race

Fishing books hook readers for Jacobs

Braves notes: Wild, wacky day for Braves

Slump-ridden Sampras still favored

Iran vs. U.S in World Cup: More than a game

Stewart holding 4-stroke lead

Augusta collegians to get preview of '99 NCAA championship course

Barnes, Jenkins share Canada lead

Wimbledon needs no advertising to make money

Pocono notes: Gordon's battle vs. Fords could get lonely

Swanson leads by one shot

Herta again in position for breakthrough victory

Decent shots don't make the cut in the U.S. Open

Baseball roundup: Wells pitches Yankees to best mark

Steele gets victory in comeback

Augustan finds his paradise along Savannah River

Georgia edges Florida in all-star game

Outdoors calendar

Tiger not as good as he thinks he is

Overtime: Aiken's Gabriel reaches final in match play

Smoltz hot whippin' Montreal

Baseball notes: Jays' Stieb just glad to be back

RiverDogs' fans taking a liking to zany Veeck

Scott worried about depth

Stewart holding 4-stroke lead

Kuchar showing golf can be fun

Georgia, Florida set for kick off in annual classic

Braves notes: Wohlers set to work in several simulated games

Nigeria advances in World Cup

Overtime: Scurlock in third after first-round 68

Iran vs. U.S in World Cup: More than a game

Newest GreenJacket leads way

Gordon on pole at Pocono

Racing's hottest rivalry in spotlight at Pocono

Time taking toll on lodges of the West

Age of American footprints questioned

Physician says unorthodox advice jeopardizes license

Nation's bestsellers

Christians fear they've lost Lebanon

Guardian Angels seek new mission in lower-crime city

God wishes we used good sense

Disney World's Animal Kingdom roars into life

Religion calendar

Just like Dad

Just like Dad

Paul Williams starting over as member of soap cast

Fine arts calendar

Religion briefs: Home sermons more popular

Old World texts provide spiritual insight

Preacher's vision of the Ark finally becoming real

Carriers of hope

Edible schoolyard

Viruses are computer users' nightmare

FDA goes to court to attempt to regulate dietary supplement

@ugusta wins 2nd Digital Edge Award

Saturn never really caught on

Study: Heart tissue may recover when device used

FBI files -- on Hitler, Amelia and UFOs -- on the Internet

Internet businesses develop own privacy rules

Wildlife biologists band stork chicks to ensure their survival

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