FedEx pilots union begins job action

Productivity rises at 2.3 percent rate in third quarter

GPU sells remaining power plants for $1.72 billion

Company fund up in quarter

Brazil presents budget cuts of $7.3 billion

Business briefs

Business briefs

Mark Whitaker named Newsweek editor

Cargill to acquire Continental Grain's worldwide grain operations

Some businesses evading state laws banning loans

Bargain phone service carries hidden costs

$1 billion Nasdaq price-fixing settlement approved

Supply store may close

Dow falls for first time in nearly 2 weeks

Georgia Tech's next match tougher than it looks

Ohio State upset inspires Gamecocks

Georgia roots for its rivals

College notes: VMI fires Aiken native Ted Cain as head coach

Stewart takes aggressive approach in Texas A&M QB battle

Arkansas in line for top bowl

BCS makes Tennessee No. 1

Arkansas focuses on game plan for Tennessee contest

College notes: Auburn's search focuses on five

Georgia prep poll

Georgia prep poll

Georgia player of the week

Hephzibah star going to Auburn

Olie the Goalie gets four-year deal

Many rush to get ice on floor

Rangers score big against Lightning

Lynx losses a real shocker

Shortage of seedlings troubles reforestation

Compromise over dam proposed

Cemetery offers reward

Suspicious package investigated

Bird trail may help economy

Label's loss ends stigma of Baptists

Executive secretary named by Barnes

ASU's new leader

Work on day-care center almost postponed

Barrel race horses stolen from stalls

New plea expected in slaying

Historic jail might be razed

Isakson uncertain about run for Gingrich seat

Lawmakers hear arguments against minibottles

Seasonal vendors limited

He's my brother

Traffic solution needed

Motion would permit more waste at SRS

Water consultant offers tentative plan

Plant a priority, candidates claim

North Augusta named in telephone fee lawsuit

Hephzibah star going to Auburn

Leaders in House remain

Across the area

Partners in swing

Dairy farms file lawsuits against county

EPA won't reissue study on waste dumps, schools

City panel moves to stop flooding

Author: A-bomb kept the peace

Official: Dohrmann resigned after refusing board queries

Take time to thank veterans

Couple continues to fight over paternity, custody

Fired whistle-blower argues right to sue

GOP asks will Johnny run?

Champion band perseveres

Lawmakers re-elected to posts 111198 - The Augusta Chronicle

Seasonal vendors limited

Wastewater plant in disrepair

Voter participation promising for runoff

Jury convicts man in killing

Area firefighter hurt in blaze

Lady Jaguars season will be a challenge

Cross-country runner

Glenn Hills works to pay $22,000 debt

McIntyre declines to appear in debate

Tigers' Umoh plays leading lady role

Across the area

Tigers' Shyatt easing pressure

Huskers know a big game when they see it

Gannon will start for Chiefs

NFL notes: Vikings down to third QB

Falcons' German out for season

Steelers were the anti-Cowhers

AFC rules again

Falcons team merely kings of mediocrity

Gimpy Brunell listed day-to-day

Tight games becoming common for 49ers

Bear's Enis out for season

Falcons get tough

Mrs. Jessie Killam

Mrs. Emily Craig

Mrs. Roxane Hornsby

Mr. Roy Morrison

Mr. James Hendrix Sr.

Mr. Joe Ray

Mr. Howard Meyer

Mr. Mose Rucker Sr.

Mr. Glenn Goodman

Mr. Alton Beard

Mr. Robert Atkinson

Mr. Felton Williams

Mr. Norman Garner

Mrs. Essie Kight

Ms. Alice Anthony

Mr. Herbert Templeton

Mr. Jesse Curry

Mr. Ernest Dopson

Mr. Robert Lewis Sr.

Mr. Odis Taylor

Mr. Thomas Cody

Mr. Mark Ruark

Mrs. Ruth Tanner

Mr. Lamond Wilson

Mr. W.D. Baker Jr.

Mr. Gary Callaway

Mrs. Willie Harmon

Mr. Rufus Turner

Mrs. Ednaearl Maxwell

Mrs. Vivian Young

Mrs. Hiawatha Moore

Mrs. Kathleen Milstead

Mr. Warren Humphries

Backs 'hard worker' for School Board 111098 - The Augusta Chronicle

Wants help for Augusta's parks 111098 - The Augusta Chronicle

New GOP leadership 111098 - The Augusta Chronicle

The stealth campaign 111198 - The Augusta Chronicle

Hits editorial on Jefferson's DNA 111098 - The Augusta Chronicle

Honor the sacrifices 111198 - The Augusta Chronicle

Supports `crusader for literacy' 111198 - The Augusta Chronicle

Seeks a problem-solver in runoff 111198 - The Augusta Chronicle

Decries `prejudice' against Democrats 111198 - The Augusta Chronicle

NEA tax break gone 111098 - The Augusta Chronicle

Jaguars miss out on NCAA soccer bid

The 'Big Three' to build golf course

Baseball '98: The wealthy win

Ticket prices rising along with payroll

British drug expert recommends blood tests for 2000 Olympics

Olbermann leaving MSNBC for Fox Sports

Lou Gehrig's disease diagnosed in Hunter

Marcelo Rios survives first-round scare at Chevrolet Cup

Golf notes: Mighty Casey strikes out in Q-school

Braves make a deal

Overtime: NHL suspends Devils' Holik

TVM cyclists used banned substances

Lady Jaguars season will be a challenge

ASU's new leader

Another wonderful season for Wonder Boy

Phillies trade Leiter to Mariners for Spoljaric

Overtime: Lady Hawk gets grant to Georgia

Grieve gets AL rookie honors

Williams at 80: a baseball mind forever sharp

Knit picks

Small portions

Age old question: Planning takes stress out of the holidays

Traditional shepherd's pie makes a hearty, English-style meal

Off the wall

Lamb makes for hearty soup

Eye doctors look at problems with popular laser surgery

Vintage airplanes displayed

PBS debuts high-definition TV with week of specials

Supermarket Shopper: Supermarkets' tapes should itemize coupon usage by products

Fair fare

Vietnam veteran to get honor

Undenominated stamps go on sale

Senior calender

Pop culture

Xtreme style

Xtreme screen

Antitrust case shows split in Microsoft-Intel partnership

Mir cosmonauts take spacewalk to install meteor device

Scientists get mouse to grow elephant egg

Gates denies trying to intimidate

Portable movie viewer draws a lot of attention, if not buyers

Tobacco foes target impotence in new campaign to kick the habit

Showing little angst, Japan pushes cloning to the marketplace

Gates in '95: 'This antitrust thing will blow over'

Heart attacks most common in winter, nighttime and Mondays

Some alternative therapies work, others don't

Routine screening for homocysteine not recommended

New, better arthritis drugs promise relief with fewer side effects

Hepatitis C treatments will be too late

Energey Department calls two computers each the world's fastest


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