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Railroading: Past collides with future

Business calendar: Augusta State to offer business computer class

Stockbrokers: Market makes correction

Tax code can be harmful

Government on track for first surplus in 29 years

Selectivity is No. 1 when buying stocks on dips

Global stock markets roiled on Asian, Russian woes

Branding plays name game for everything it's worth

Diversity tool kit created

Business briefs: Fort Discovery show honored

Search services unreliable

Other Burger King still thrives

Insurance terms you can learn

Wall Street has been played like yo-yo

Figuring degree's cost is worth time

College: Prepare to pay the price

Russian government defends response to economic crisis

Guide to private schools

Supplies have parents searching

Schools prepare for year

Clemson grad offers beer course for study, not for sampling

Augusta Prep's expansion typical for private schools

Having fun as summer ends

Area farms slowly dying

Meeting addresses needs

Guide to Aiken County schools

Statehouse renovation unveiled

Libraries lack needed funding

Turnout low for protest

Stepson charged in stabbing death

Police guns to have child-safety trigger locks

Hephzibah to help freshmen adapt

Novel reveals turn-of-the-century interracial affair

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Couple can't part with their classic cars

Updating shots key for school

Newspaper useful tool for schools

Judge rules suspects to get separate trials

Lawmakers, state officials celebrate completion of Statehouse renovations

It's been a bad week for Bills

Report: Pupils unready

'Bloated' bureaucracy still growing

Fort bolsters security measures

Evans Middle School to welcome new principal

Loud library

Body of man who disappeared found in sinkhole at hospital

County wants money for flood-area homes

Columbia schools get tough on conduct

Gun charges dropped against student; board votes tougher policy

Aiken principals play musical chairs

Network to have students zipping along

Candidates report contributions

Back-to-school rush begins

Aiken elementary schools going Spanish

Starting anew

Officials consider park rink

Uniformity growing in Richmond this year

Guide to Richmond County schools

Illicit dumping harms land

Guide to Columbia County schools

A past washed away

Cargo pants carry the day for stylin' kids

Origin of Guidestones remains secret

Welfare caseload drops fast

Bonnie could threaten Georgia coast

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Eastatoee Valley facing threat of development

Crowds in schools create trailer need

Schools undergo summer changes

Mr. Philip Thompson Jr.

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Mrs. Polly Goodwin

Mrs. Mildred Neal

Mrs. Caroline Cheeley

Mr. Byron Chance Jr.

Mr. Harry Burnette Jr.

Edward Massey II

Mr. E.W. Herndon

Mrs. Gertrude Dickerson

Mrs. Jacqueline Jenkins

Mrs. Mary Stow

Mrs. Mattie Dixon

Mr. Cleve Rawls

Mrs. Nellie Simmons

Mr. Sam Wallace Sr.

Mr. Willie Harden

Mr. John Kelly Jr.

Mrs. Helen Campbell

Mr. Bernon Williams

Mr. Charles Padgett

Mrs. Martha Hair

Mr. William Taylor Jr.

Edward Massey II

Wants clergy to feed hungry and find lost 082398 - The Augusta Chronicle

Blasts critic of 'ancient covenants' 082298 - The Augusta Chronicle

Administration now like 'rotting corpse' 082398 - The Augusta Chronicle

Comments on Clinton's presidency 082298 - The Augusta Chronicle

Cites earlier ominous climatic warning 082398 - The Augusta Chronicle

Wants equality without the racism 082298 - The Augusta Chronicle

Burn unit's 20th 082398 - The Augusta Chronicle

Calls school rule 'mandated fund raiser' 082298 - The Augusta Chronicle

Clinton was 'angry, combative' 082398 - The Augusta Chronicle

Writer behind Clinton 082298 - The Augusta Chronicle

Demands Clinton resignation 082398 - The Augusta Chronicle

Says Clinton let people down 082298 - The Augusta Chronicle

Angry over level of 'concern' 082398 - The Augusta Chronicle

Cruise strikes not cynical 082298 - The Augusta Chronicle

Heart goes out to Chelsea 082398 - The Augusta Chronicle

Fund anti-missile defense 082398 - The Augusta Chronicle

Column: Civil rights legend urges voters to the polls 082398 - The Augusta Chronicle

Likes lawmaker's health care reform 082298 - The Augusta Chronicle

Questions pundits' analysis 082398 - The Augusta Chronicle

Hits defense of school site choice 082298 - The Augusta Chronicle

No more HUD messes? 082398 - The Augusta Chronicle

Criticizes rising prices and taxes 082298 - The Augusta Chronicle

Column: Their marriage was a moving experience 082298 - The Augusta Chronicle

Declares holly shrubs a traffic hazard 082298 - The Augusta Chronicle

Questions schools' lack of Internet plan 082298 - The Augusta Chronicle

Corrects article on statewide election 082398 - The Augusta Chronicle

Carlisle up by 8 shots at Palmetto

Woods makes run at Singh

Baseball probes possible umpires' sale of signed balls

Wallace wins pole, Gordon content with seventh

Braves notes: Smoltz plans to give elbow a rest

Kucera, Ivanisevic advance to Pilot Pen semis

Smoltz gets win against Padres

Thurmond Lake once Bobby Jones favorite

Leaf, Manning downplay first pro meeting

Aiken girls win Barnwell Classic

Jackets pin yet another loss on Savannah Gnats

Lions, Bengals judging QBs

Famous thoroughbred trainer Stephens dead

Minnesota, Carolina meet in exhibition game

Clemson's rushing game improves

Fox said to be getting $1.6 million for 30-second ad on Super Bowl

Carlisle leading Palmetto Amateur

NCAA says Tide broke two rules

Tyson licensing hearing delayed until Sept. 19

College notes: Mumme begins to feel the pressure

U.S. Amateur veterans Howell, Taylor will tee it up at Oak Hill

Taneyhill takes new direction

Hall in familiar spot in Northville Seniors

Baseball notes: Torre perfect fit with Yankees

Bulldogs lose some of their edge

Braves win despite brawl

Jackets notes: Team sparkling behind Washington

Vikings defeat Panthers in OT

Little Leaguers get shot at big dream in World Series

Huntley helps Steelers run past Falcons 28-22

Rypien's son dies in Idaho

Dogs' Carter pulling ahead in QB battle

Bradley chases Gregory records

Martin ends Gordon's bid for record

Overtime: Campbell due to be honored by Blue-Gray

Packers' minds not on revenge

Sosa gets No. 49; Cubs rally for win

Little Pete's style is in the genes

'Andro' pill OK in baseball

Night shining illegal in 34 counties

Midland Valley shocks Jackets

Pippen says he and Jordan probably not returning

It's Lady Wolfpack's turn to howl

Huizenga's Marlins tough sell

HBO's 'Rat Pack' dispels myth about Hollywood icons

History of complaints dog Adventist aid agency

Fine arts calendar

Secret Aussie places

Church bulletin

Even the best minds have been wrong about predicting the arts

Words to tame the savage beast

For the arts, every day is a day of judgment

Evangelicials claim bias within Navy chaplain corps

Museum highlights L.C. Tiffany's skills

Currents of change roll Seventh-Day Adventists

For artists in Taos, it's more of a struggle than ever

'Sunday-go-to-meetin' clothes have lost their starch

T-shirts popular in dreamland

God and art paint Kitchens' life

Novel explores dark side of California life

Sinful spirit should not be at core of anger

Ask Carson: Restaurant should have a dress code

Hotels cater to comfort by design

Portrait of a young Lincoln? Experts in a tizzy

Christian life is joy to missionary


Forget the CB handle, modern truckers have e-mail

Apple aims to repeat history with iMac

Bite down and jam on tuneful lollipops

Scientists discover new robin in Central African Republic

Ask the Computer Guy: Personal computing Q&A

Police arrest former Morgan Stanley employee in hacker scheme

Uncle Sam becomes online collector for tax bills

China to issue 'smart cards'

Norwegian city cuts traffic with electronic toll booths

Survey: Large U.S. regional banks may have edge on Y2K

Smog leaves Parisian kids gasping for breath

Online love connections often don't match reality

Searching for Mr. or Miss

FBI, Interpol hope to catch art thieves on the Web

Lost? The Web can tell you where to go

Computer prices break $400 mark