Keds reinvigorated under new president

Best Buy makeover dramatic, quick

Drivers no longer in for long haul

On the move

Agents: Company cheated on paying benefits

Michael Dell, company thriving with PC sales approach

Surviving a job loss takes good financial planning

Foreign trading popular

Business calendar

Expansion proponents to give talk

Farmers claim drought worse than in other years

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Education leader still under fire

Women getting 'Second Chance'


Bettis Academy gains listing

Candidates gearing up for election

Total ban on watering lifted again

Additional area news

Candidates look to beat incumbent

Researchers help cows beat heat

Home front: Court to decide on alcohol license

Panel to inquire on water

Winner overcame hardships

Weak drinks tied to stiff DUI law

Officers try to keep water safe

Republicans slam ongoing redistricting

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Worst impact of SRS downsizing may have ended

Augusta celebrates Fourth

Taxes up though rates stable

Veteran reminds church of freedoms

Culinary ignorance dad's fault

Additional area news

Feedings by people can harm dolphins

Civil War history quietened

Bike squad patrols soon

Ask us: Bobbsey twins in book series

Dowser finds Albany graves

Epidurals banned in some cases

Controversy arises about trash facility

Community helps scout troop recover from equipment theft

Cards keep coming for record holder

Event draws hundreds

Memorial service

Augusta celebrates Fourth

Four pulled from water after boat sinks in harbor

Mr. James Banks Sr.

Mrs. Johnnie Shedd

Mr. William Curry

Mr. Robert Caughman

Mr. Roosevelt Abrams

Mrs. Nora Tharpe

Mrs. Martha Reeves

Mr. Harold Pridgen

Qwavon Heath

Mrs. Ilse Jones

Mr. David Hatcher

Mr. William Leger Jr.

Mrs. Thelma Freeman

Mr. John Swancy Jr.

Mrs. Maggie Wilson

Mr. Joe Steadman

Mrs. Blanche Klugh

Mr. Paul Cline

Mrs. Mary Childs

Mr. Ervin Davis

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Massey stumbling 070698 - The Augusta Chronicle

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Job-training limits 070698 - The Augusta Chronicle

World Cup Final 4 has a surprise

Braves notes: Smoltz ready to start Thursday

Baseball notes: Wood not bothered by snub

Earnhardt Jr. captures DieHard 250

Furniss leads way for Jackets

Baseball roundup: Reds scald Cardinals

Wimbledon notebook

Basketball star McDavid gets 2nd chance

Galarraga's advice pays off for Lopez

Ignition, liftoff: McGwire set for launch

Diehard 250 mark broken by Sawyer

Braves win in wild, 11th-inning ending

Browne chips in on playoff hole to win

Trio sure to make game a blast

Summerhays' 20-footer nets him 2nd senior title

Local buzz: Childers brothers reunited

Like old times, Ivanisevic comes up short

World Cup: Four-timer Brazil faces no-timers France, Netherlands, Croatia

RiverDogs too much for GreenJackets

Novotna Wimbledon champ at last

Jackets notes: Johnston turning heads in brief time with Jackets

Hoch, Mize and Waite share third-round lead

Champ thanks coach Mandlikova

Two 20-year-olds force Monday playoff

Braves win in wild, 11th-inning ending

Braves notes: Brody Weiss makes All-Star trip

Wimbledon notebook

Sampras takes the fifth!

Can Sampras continue his Wimbledon tradition?

No tears from Wimbledon runnerup Tauziat

World Cup notebook

Winds add another obstacle at Open

Sampras takes the fifth!

Taylor has already earned a spot in U.S. Amateur at Oak Hill

Like old times, Ivanisevic comes up short

Overtime: Augusta teams win semifinals in England

Carter denies Montgomerie at Irish Open

Millwood gets win in return to lineup

Dutch team stops Woodies 5-year run

Baseball roundup: Yankees get historic victory

Bugner wins as Smith quits after one round

College football notes: FSU should be concerned

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Discretion called for on invitations

Source of mysterious skyfalls unknown

Man's art celebrates shaping

Too much of a good thing

Call of the wild

Fine arts calendar


For Mount Vernon visitor, joy is in taking

Mana Pools National Park is wonderfully wild

Lightning Bug

Couple dedicated to hunt for fossils

Dispute over Cumberland Island may move to Congress

Novel's humor, tragedy set the stage for love

New director takes post at the Gertrude Herbert

Boardwalk aids study of island saltmarshes

Lab developing caring computers

Microsoft visionary looks back

Web offers do-it-yourself greeting cards

Bugged by the millennium

Gravis Xterminator among new interest items

Nokia's PhonePalmtop offers glimpse of future

Getting a handle on FTP programs simple

Tune into the Internet for favorite music

Dots may be problem with big e-mail photos

Town has extraterrestrial claim to fame

AT&T, TCI may push Internet upgrades

Navigator sails the cyberseas

Personal websites offer 'he said, she said' views

Races respond differently to glaucoma treatments


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