Wilderness crowd paying big bucks to rough it in comfort

On the move: Maskey named director

'Spin' aiming for broader culture

Martin Color-Fi reports net loss

Business briefs: Visitors Bureau wins award for new logo

Auto mechanics now high-tech workers

Possible ruble devaluation spooks Russia

Women a growing force in hardware industry

Ruble devaluation hardly affects U.S.

Three new stores sign with Augusta Exchange

U S West's workers go on strike

Record bank merger OK'd

Jittery investors face some tricky choices

Russian government lets currency decline

Network giant Cisco has strategy to continue growth

Additional business news

Small bank poised for new market

Premiums vary state-to-state

Tire plant about to open

Insurance becoming cheaper

Western Sizzlin building for sale as Walton Way area develops

Outlets retool for future

U.S. Battery to bring 250 jobs to area

Sculptor known around globe

Nudist association fights restrictive legislation

Bosnia family finds new life

Small downtown fire reroutes traffic

No millage increase is expected

Drunks can't sue bars for selling them drinks

Candidates' fathers could limit attacks

City loses thousands of plants

Home front: Old church builds new following

Court: Suspensions were justified

Workers anticipate new post office

Storage blaze

Soldier challenges administration of anthrax shot

Boxing club instills discipline

Renowned speaker gives church hope

Man not capable of trial

Area police search for missing youth

Local reaction about Clinton admission

Director embraces challenges

Accused killer has hearing

Man charged in Aiken shooting

Quarters now part of history

Building project finished

Police set to patrol grounds

Class action suit filed over roadway

Downtown facelift tax criticized

Man sues Savannah transvestite, claiming injury from beer bottle

Beat it

Woman used to firsts

University of Georgia fire questions linger

Additional area news

Lawmaker pushes water authority idea

Two die in separate weekend accidents

Council to get a lesson

Georgia's probation rates fourth in nation

Book is aimed at laymen

Experts say Hollings to rely on black vote

Officials getting tough on violence in schools

Ask us: Bronchitis short-lived infection

Charges in fatal crash may be filed

Facility to honor survivor

Split vote defeats referendum on new prison

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Mrs. Florence Thrift

Mr. James Tripp

Mr. Robert Edwards Jr.

Mr. Jessie Ward

Mrs. Gustava Meeks

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Mr. Eben McLelland

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Mr. Jeremiah Kelly

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Mr. George Palmer

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Overtime: Southern's Ellwood retires

O'Meara, threatened early, loses bid

USC line is improving

Augusta loses 11th in a row

Singh wins PGA title

Overtime: Ruiz, Pesek take the gold in U.S. diving

Braves notes: Season tops for Chipper

Collins returns to Panthers camp

Gadapee wins Orville White Cup

Pulitzer Prize-winning sports columnist Murray dead

Jackets use a day off to regroup

Leaf's self-critical, but his growing pains are spectacular

Streaking Davenport upsets No. 1 Hingis

Jeyaseelan rains on Pratt's parade

Braves blanked by L.A.

Martin pleases Falcons

Singh wins 1st major at PGA

Mickelson's win 'worth the wait'

Gordon creates history with win

West Coast trip shows strengths, weaknesses

Raiders trip Packers, 27-21

Gordon goes for Bristol record

Baseball notes: Avery as starter in question

Usry wants to start at QB

Personal touch

Bones' discovery fed legend of giants

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Personal touch

Shaker village: The Great Stone Dwelling restored

Can this marriage be saved: Everyone thinks I'm incompetent

Basch's novel explores emotions of marriage, motherhood

Showtime's summertime series to defy stereotypes

It's thought in the card that counts

Fine arts calendar

Whiling away summer days at the Delaware Water Gap

The people's pharmacy: A healthy diet can reduce colon-cancer risk

The lure of Thurmond Lake

Catfish increase in Thurmond Lake

Vault proprietor keeps his cool with fur coat storage

'Tween' girls really, really rule the record industry

Senior calendar

Moving out, moving up

Xtreme advice: College is a big step for parents and teens

Xtreme fun

Xtreme style

Moving out, moving up

Xtreme screen

Compromising key to living with roommates

Teenchat: Saying goodbye to high school years is never easy

System recognizes facial expressions

Year 2000 bug will last longer than New Year's Day

Dead or Alive a video game has sex appeal

Digital services may transform cable

Woman sues credit card company for funding her online gambling

Info on Macs is available

Cybersleuth cop attracts pedophiles to his Web

Search engines gather valuable data

Having a cyber-party

Wireless modem technology advances

Mulan StoryBook thoughtfully designed

Y2K News Magazine publisher counting down issues to 2000

Debate revived over Mars life forms


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