Insurance becoming cheaper

Premiums vary state-to-state

Bank failures aren't causing panic in Russia

Delta refuses pilots union voting seat on board

Record bank merger OK'd

Putting roots into downtown

Prices up for tobacco and tomatoes, down for computers and clothing

Additional business news

Women a growing force in hardware industry

Negotiations to resume in U S West strike

Ruble devaluation hardly affects U.S.

Regular gas acceptable

Additional business news

Retailers vary on earnings

Ruble drops additional 7 percent

Northwest, others raise leisure fares

Xerox develops tool kit to teach diversity

Auto mechanics now high-tech workers

Frigidaire to locate in Martinez

U.S. Battery to bring 250 jobs to area

Russian government lets currency decline

Western Sizzlin building for sale as Walton Way area develops

Martin Color-Fi reports net loss

Three new stores sign with Augusta Exchange

Downtown facelift tax criticized

Accused killer has hearing

Quarters now part of history

Split vote defeats referendum on new prison

New Statehouse has less room for offices

Experts: Answer queries honestly

Man not capable of trial

States' ACT scores remain about same

Storage blaze

Road work permits to come soon

Council to get a lesson

Augusta reacts to Clinton scandal

University of Georgia fire questions linger

Additional area news

Additional area news

New faces at school

Charges in fatal crash may be filed

Vacations are great memories

Man charged in Aiken shooting

Board considers call line

First day

Hotel, diner taxes often fund projects

Book is aimed at laymen

President: University growing

Lawmaker pushes water authority idea

Painter uses ticket office as canvas for art

North Augusta eyes hotel, diner tax

Shrimpers worrying about being displaced

Beat it

Officials site need for regional system

County OKs tax increase

Commission denies plans to rezone land

Local reaction about Clinton admission

Residents recognized for actions

Boxing club instills discipline

Ice cream break

Officials getting tough on violence in schools

National Guard leaders promise role expansion

City loses thousands of plants

Tiff lays family to waste

Court: Suspensions were justified

Drunks can't sue bars for selling them drinks

Marshal placed on leave amid charges of fondling

Police set to patrol grounds

Mrs. Claire Braddock

Ms. Lillian Parker

Mr. Robert Hotaling

Mrs. Julia McBride

Mr. Jessie Ward

Mr. Christopher Jefferson

Mrs. Juanita Gentry

Mrs. Grace Ware

Mrs. Mary Bertsch

Mr. Jason Canady

Mr. James Tripp

Mr. Johnny Yeager Jr.

Mrs. Ann Shearin

Mrs. Cora Waltower

Mrs. Nell McCurdy

Mr. Robert Sullivan

Mrs. Susie King

Mrs. Elizabeth Hatcher

Mr. Jim Wasdin

Mr. Elmo Richter

Ms. Carrie Burley

Mrs. Emma Greenway

Ms. Naomi Griffin

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Jarrett and rivals try harder to catch Gordon

Overtime: Southern's Ellwood retires

Martin pleases Falcons

Seawell realizes dream as golf coach

Three Sunday games won't be aired nationally after ESPN decision

Overtime: Berg signs with Lynx as player-coach

Tar Heels baseball star to transfer to South Carolina

Meeting with Murray a brush with greatness

Baseball notes: Avery as starter in question

One big ice maker

Augusta native wins boxing title with TKO

Braves hit 9 doubles in victory

Augusta's Tolbert impresses O'Leary

Bookend tackles anchor Bulldogs' offensive front

Golfer getting support from Justice Department

Collins primed after taking his licks

Aggressive play fails for Jackets

Moceanu seeks another title despite injury

Jeyaseelan rains on Pratt's parade

Mickelson's win 'worth the wait'

Broken leg can't keep Eagles coach off field

Gordon goes for Bristol record

Augusta loses 11th in a row

West Coast trip shows strengths, weaknesses

Pulitzer Prize-winning sports columnist Murray dead

Waltrip is leaving Woods car

Braves notes: Galarraga has shot at club mark

Capriati, Patrick McEnroe receive U.S. Open wild cards

Drop careless driving, resisting arrest charges against Unser

Europe unaware of chase

Collins returns to Panthers camp

Stern takes his radio show to Saturday TV

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

Showtime's summertime series to defy stereotypes

Senior calendar

South Carolina girl wins Miss Teen USA title

Small portions: News from the world of food

The supermarket shopper: Constructive criticism is appropriate

Book is as good as a Nantucket visit

Personal touch

Quick cooking: Quick Pasta with Vegetables

Kitchen is perfect summer vacation spot for young chef

Opera nears goal to bring opera diva

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

Personal touch

Treat yourself to ice cream

Vault proprietor keeps his cool with fur coat storage

Teenchat: Saying goodbye to high school years is never easy

Xtreme style

Xtreme fun

Moving out, moving up

Compromising key to living with roommates

Moving out, moving up

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

Xtreme screen

Study concludes all heart attack survivors should take beta blockers

Computer-bug alchemists spin gloom into gold

Woman sues credit card company for funding her online gambling

For whom the Dell tolls

Mulan StoryBook thoughtfully designed

Internet use is turning some TV viewers into Web warriors

Fiji plans to warn world about Y2K

500 days until Y2K

Debate revived over Mars life forms

Hoarding drinking water and ammunition because of a computer glitch?

Y2K News Magazine publisher counting down issues to 2000

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


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