Meat recalled after outbreak at food plant

It was a bi-polar year in business

New currency launches hope

Euro may boost continental economy

IMF expected to come to Moscow in mid-January

Slowing growth expected

Taking chances can pay

Bell Atlantic near $45 billion purchase of wireless giant AirTouch

Christmas freeze leaves orange pickers and packers out in the cold

Euro currency is far-reaching

Third World artisans find partners

Monsanto, Merck battle for market

Georgia growth goes up

Portfolio checkup can serve useful purposes

Mutual fund investing need not be dull

New area codes can be problem

Pharmacy competition up

Tech keys on running defense

Wisconsin handles UCLA in Rose Bowl

TCU 28, Southern Cal 19

Expect offensive show from Gators, Orangemen

Williams aims for Cotton Bowl record

Warrick, Price: Big-play guys in a big game

Bailey era ending

Mississippi beats odds vs. Texas Tech

Michigan rallies past Arkansas

Foundation is there at Georgia

Aggies again in underdog role

Williams goes out with Heisman-like performance

Rose Bowl lacking usual excitement

Penn State contains Kentucky

Gator Bowl notes: Irish skips night out with Jackets

Vols have new play-caller for Fiesta Bowl

Bulldogs rally from 21 points down

Gator Bowl notes: White not surprised

Hogs, Michigan vie for credibility

Tech puts sting on Irish

Tulane takes Liberty Bowl

Trick play proves useful

Clemson out to end 44-game losing streak

Wyoming extends streak

Lawrence leads Lady Jaguars to win

Pacers, Moore resume quests in Peach play

History focus of project
With a new millennium fast approaching, The Augusta Chronicle is taking a look back at the Augusta-Aiken area's history to help residents understand their community's place in history.

Start of 20th century brought changes
The year was 1900 and people weren't concerned with a Y1900 computer problem.

Bartram's travels yielded wealth of early details
On a spring afternoon in March 1773, William Bartram left his native Philadelphia to explore the Southeast.

Augusta once was Indian crossroads, research shows
The Augusta area seemed a natural choice more than two centuries ago when Georgia founder James Oglethorpe sought a site northwest of Savannah to bolster American Indian relations and trade.

About Celebrate 2000
With a new millennium fast approaching, The Augusta Chronicle is taking a look back at the Augusta-Aiken area's history to help residents understand their community's place in history.

Dates of the Millennium
New city ordinance bans the ``burning'' and sale of fireworks in Augusta as well as the firing of guns in 1827 ...Shovel of dirt from Summerville stored in archives of City Hall as symbol of annexation on this day in 1839.

Dates of the Millennium
St. Joseph's School opens at Dickey Cottage on Monte Sano Avenue on this day in 1913 ... Georgia became the fourth state to ratify the U.S. Constitution in 1788.

Dates of the Millennium
New city ordinance bans the ``burning'' and sale of fireworks in Augusta as well as the firing of guns in 1827 ...Shovel of dirt from Summerville stored in archives of City Hall as symbol of annexation on this day in 1839.

Backward glances: Merry Christmas, 1961
Cars lined Broad Street in down town Augusta as residents celebrated Christmas Eve in 1961.

Lynx win Checkers match

Report: New Jersey Nets want to buy Devils

Hockey roundup: Primeau's 17th goal helps Hurricanes tie Panthers

Lynx win in overtime

Regulations could halt large hog farms

Freedom's anniversary

Additional area news

History focus of project

Many head to altar at new year

Frommer is named new Aiken chief

Let it fly

Dates of the Millennium

Humane Society files suit against building company

Additional area news

President relishes getaway at Hilton Head Island

Beasley to go to Harvard

Care continues even as indigent contract expires

Myths help ring in New Year

Bartram's travels yielded wealth of early details

Residents unswayed by report

Start of 20th century brought changes

Augusta once was Indian crossroads, research shows

South Carolina high on list for heart ills

Backward glances: Merry Christmas, 1961

Dates of the Millennium

Hospital's CEO list narrows

Savannah planning to tone down party

Retiring chief remembered

Dates of the Millennium

Canal group to open office

1st '99 baby came at midnight

Mayor's inauguration surrounded by parties

Cemetery's dead forgotten

1990s still in search of identity

Union has final offer but won't give it to league

Testaverde, Chandler among eight honored by NFL

History favors Bills against Dolphins

Pro picks: Now it really counts

Dolphins are a fish out of water on ground

Aikman, Plummer study in contrast as quarterbacks

Five Vikings highlight All-Pro team

Chavous a key for Cardinals

Seifert is focus of Panthers' search

Mrs. Anna Pounds

Mrs. Grace Soto

Natalie Stinson

Mr. Thomas Kuna

Mrs. Grace Sims

Mr. Danny Eubanks

Mrs. Gwendolyn Brand

Mr. Walter Williams

Mr. Ronnie Johnson

Mrs. Gwendolyn Brand

Mrs. Lillie Shannon

Mr. Ernest Morris

Mrs. Hattie Price

Mr. Gordon Mays

Mrs. Nora Pollard

Mrs. Sudie McGee

Mr. Joe Vaughan

Mr. Jackie Jordan

Mrs. Dorothy Robin

Mrs. Thelma Thompson

Mrs. Janie Hampton

Mr. Willie Swam

Mr. Tony Volf

Mr. Derwood Hall

Mrs. Jestine Green

Mrs. Mildred Evans

Mrs. Christine Garrett

Mrs. Eva Woods

Mrs. Rena Earney

Mr. Eldridge Vick

Mrs. Mattie Harden

Mr. David Hall Jr.

Mr. Albert Twiggs

Mr. Clyde Hutto

Mrs. Virginia Poole

Mrs. Frances Erwin

Mrs. Beatrice Thomaston

Mrs. O'Dessa Cullum

Mrs. Sallie Blocker

Raps 'internationalism' of Clinton, Gore 010299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Happy New Year! 010199 - The Augusta Chronicle

New Aiken 'Alley' 010299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Asserts discovery backs creationism 010299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Watches as history repeats itself 010199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Raps gift certificates for workers 010299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Column: God's name demonstrates value of children 010299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Scathes president of Aiken Tech 010299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Predator's words 010299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Says keep Clinton, avoid Gore awhile 010299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Mulls Malcolm X stamp vs. Ga. flag 010199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Laments loss of Y gymnastics team 010299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Asserts laws fundamental to society 010299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Offers praise for Christmas photo 010299 - The Augusta Chronicle

IOC vows to overcome scandal

'Fight of the Aged' called off

China to get new horse racing complex

Overtime: Peach Belt has its own site on Web

Girl Scouts begin countdown to 2000

Overtime

'Tis now the fishing show, angling seminars season

Church bulletin

Football, news magazines dominate TV ratings

U.B.'s has a reputation for fine German cuisine

Groups seek end to clash

Tolerance versus justice

Column: Compassion can brighten Christ's light

Former pastor brings disaster to Internet

Applause calendar

Video watch

Returning festivities

The best movies of 1998

Junebug has one stick, one shtick

New projects keep Isaac Hayes' creativity flowing

Karaoke not music to all ears

Mission to bring tidings to orphans

Club calendar

Drought dominated 1998

Concert calendar

Ramblin' Rhodes: There were differences of opinion on top artists

Winterizing the garden

Mini movie reviews

Y2K a challenge for '99

Linguistic learning may start in crib, scientists say

Some concerned German will lose nuclear-prowess

Poll: Most Americans think Y2K bug will cause minor woes

China denies campaign to acquire U.S. technology

FDA passes new arthritis painkillers

Technobabble is expanding dictionary

New balloon team delays round-the-world attempt

DaimlerChrysler decides methanol better prospect for fuel cell vehicle

Acitivists ecology minded in Germany

Anthrax hoaxes are becoming the bomb scares of the '90s

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