Business briefs

Employers battling violence

Volkswagen announces fund for ex-slave laborers

Clinton woes affect markets

Demand for ethnic food continues to grow

New microbrewery to open in Augusta

Music ads becoming more common

Clinton scandal, economic turmoil gives stock markets jitters

Producer prices drop largest since January

Seminar to teach attendees how keep books for business

Business bits

Target announces plans for 15 new stores in 12 states

Primakov gets down to work as Russia's new prime minister

Small bottled water company hits big time with McGwire

'Cramming' charges hidden in phone bill

Dow rises in yet another volatile session

Northwest, pilots agree on deal

Parliament confirms Primakov as Russian prime minister

Augusta to get stadium-seat movie theater

College today

Furman 27, S.Carolina St. 19

Eddie Robinson to speak at CSRA Classic

Carter drives Dogs win

Paladins ground out victory

N.C. State shocks Florida State

Border rivals head in different directions

Tech cruises past Aggies

Emotional Paterno gets No. 300

Gators beats Northeast Louisiana

Georgia Southern struggles to second straight win

Virginia Tech shuts out Clemson

SEC roundup

Richmond Academy tops Laney

Barnwell beats Hanahan

Josey's Dykes stuns Westside

Washington County loses to Peach Co. powerhouse

Butler overpowers N. Augusta

Saluda stomps Thurmond

Alexander rally falls short; Knights win thriller

Inspired rally earns Lincoln win over Chiefs

Georgia's penetration rule deciding games assailed

Lakeside slips past S. Aiken

Pack too much for Statesboro

Thank you for your vote!

Fans party while supporting teams

School bus wrecks drop to low in South Carolina

Party sues Beasley for access to records

Across the area

Victims still remember plant attack

Area lawyers see falsehood as key to case

Aiken's Makin' a success

Experts: Sordid details unnecessary

Future unclear for commission post

Schools begin investigation of comments

Bedroom behavior becomes public discourse

Students voice their opinions on Clinton scandal in schools

Voters to decide pay, lottery issues

Attorneys in Borison case make last pretrial motions

Animal control story sparks public action

Gubernatorial candidates near dead heat in latest poll

Scandal not in local sermons

Reading funding awarded

Meeting turns into a circus

Charges in crash unclear

Officials make 39 arrests

Charges in crash debated

Diner crowds split evenly on president

Fishy reading

Veterans park plans first honor

Aiken's Makin' fair begins

Parents can't trust own parents

State to make bid for death

Veterans hospital chief believes in plan

Local lawmakers mum on report

Across the area

Reading funding awarded

County seeks funding for stoplight

Raiders need protection from Giants

Thomas and Smith expected to return for Miami

Mr. Christain Baldowski

Mrs. Addie Ergle

Mr. James Richards

Mr. James Hall

Mrs. Mabel Davis

Mr. Josh Moore

Mr. Thomas Mobley

Mr. Donald Webster

Mr. Josh Moore

Mr. Christain Baldowski

Mrs. Maxine Williams

Mrs. Anna Hoag

Mr. Tony Branch

Mr. Henry Tanksley III

Mr. Vernard Hopkins

Mrs. Emma Houston

Mrs. Virginia Jackson

Mr. Lance Matthews

Mr. Sterling Rearden

Mrs. Margie Daves

Mr. Arnold Broxton

Mrs. Frankie Everett

Mr. Wayne Daves Sr.

Mrs. Ann McConnell

Mrs. Ruth Vincent

Mrs. Margaret Hauser

Mr. Henry Steadman

Mr. Ernest Bryant Jr.

Mrs. Pauline Hadden

Says Clinton should be relieved of command 091398 - The Augusta Chronicle

Dislikes TV programming change 091298 - The Augusta Chronicle

Bizarre standard 091298 - The Augusta Chronicle

Comment on `disturbing' pet article 091398 - The Augusta Chronicle

Hits mayor'sfund-raising 091398 - The Augusta Chronicle

Comment on `disturbing' pet article 091398 - The Augusta Chronicle

Blackville's prison blues 091298 - The Augusta Chronicle

Reader tired of hearing about Starr 091398 - The Augusta Chronicle

Wants `Xtreme' to sample all schools 091298 - The Augusta Chronicle

Believes God will judge Clinton 091398 - The Augusta Chronicle

Grieves for planetand the alligators 091398 - The Augusta Chronicle

Asks that Clinton be a 'man of honor' 091398 - The Augusta Chronicle

Blasts PSC `deal' with gas company 091398 - The Augusta Chronicle

Frank LoMonte: Who will advise Georgia's new governor? 091398 - The Augusta Chronicle

Says Starr is just doing his job 091298 - The Augusta Chronicle

Earl's silver lining 091398 - The Augusta Chronicle

Wonders what top officials are doing to resolve scandal 091298 - The Augusta Chronicle

Clinton should resign 091398 - The Augusta Chronicle

Questions bonuses paid by Family Y 091298 - The Augusta Chronicle

Stop this nutty idea! 091398 - The Augusta Chronicle

Protests `double standard' for labor 091298 - The Augusta Chronicle

Protests perpetual payment for pipe 091398 - The Augusta Chronicle

Urges write-in votes in S.C. race 091398 - The Augusta Chronicle

Good cause carnival 091298 - The Augusta Chronicle

Gordon's tires investigation shows nothing amiss

Braves win with help from rookie

Davenport takes U.S. Open crown

Starr report latest bump for snakebit U.S. Open

U.S. gets 14 boats into rowing finals

Chen gets first win

Clarke leads while Woosnam fires back-nine 28

Sosa slams 60th homer

McGwire sets NL walk record

Friend has lead at Canadian Open

Philippoussis advances to final

Golf roundup

Jackets narrow parent choices

Rafter defeats injured Sampras

Braves dominate hapless Marlins

Braves dominate hapless Marlins

Lynx notebook

Davenport, Hingis reach U.S. Open final

Braves notebook

Quiric takes lead in British Masters

Clinton apologizes to the nation, Lewinsky before religious leaders

1998 festivals and museums calendar

Religion briefs

Women's board game a sounding board for life

Proposed Mormon temple reflects growth in membership in N.C.

Supporting actor gets laughs in 'Camelot'

Good Samaritan Church honors members in annual fund-raiser

Animals' third sense a mystery of nature

Gay Mormons hope to change church's views

1998 musical activities calendar

Vacation photo show

Ally will return as weird and as wacky as ever

Emmy etiquette: Please, no thank yous

1998 theater and dance calendar

Church bulletin

University president, once 'homeless,' now has a mansion

Pastor-father says corporal punishment is God-given right

Southern sayings getting scarce

Scholar: Science, religion don't have to clash

A season of plenty

Smaller groups combine genders

Opera season opens with humor, song


Living life through the good earth

Mormon harvest to help needy

Old Baptist church grappling with leaving Southern Baptist Convention

Worship is a matter of heart, not of style

Backing up files averts learning hard lessons

Motorola tops in two-way pagers

Surf the web with the grain of salt

ADSL: Surf's up?

Internet troubles hampering access to Starr report

Internet monitoring wins parents' praise

Great homework sites found on the web

Schrenko: Most Y2K problems fixed by February

Hot spots on the net

How wired should a student's world be?

Shopping for the new family computer a challenge

Screen readers help open the Net to the blind

Task force ugres Japanese to speed Y2K preparations

If you build a cybertown, they will come

New CDROM won't add to much spice


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