Frigid weather, Iraq concerns boost energy futures prices

Slower economic growth expected

Developments may ease pain of rate increases

Bulls -- real bulls -- saunter down Wall Street

Tire company taking applications

Dutch bank chief says queen may disappear from euros

Euro trading ushers in new era for world currencies

Volunteers on verge of joining elite

Tennessee wins Fiesta Bowl

Bowling over arguments about No. 1

Ohio State still pleading its case for national title

Running game still in question for Vols

Big money vaults Fiesta Bowl into elite

Terrapins must put Duke loss behind them

Men's hoops: No. 8 Hoosiers rebound

Lady Gamecocks mauled by Auburn

UConn stays No. 1 but No. 2 Duke gets closer

Georgia College tops cold-shooting Pacers

Duke gets easy win over Terps

Lady Jags' Barnhart to retire

Women's hoops: Lady Dogs topple Alabama

Gamecocks will be challenged by Kentucky

City of Aiken has roots in the railroad
AIKEN -- The city of Aiken can trace its roots to a land deal with South Carolina Railroad and Canal Co. and a steam locomotive that never traveled farther than six miles from Charleston, S.C.

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.

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.

Step right up to the frantic 20th century!
ON INTERSTATE 80 IN NORTHERN NEW JERSEY -- In a realm where few want to slow down, he stops. As other cars barrel toward New York City, he calmly backs his into the foliage that separates the two coursing forks of I-80. He has come to watch people hurry.

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.

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.

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
Augusta City Council sets up new position, called the Keeper of the City Cemetery, to be elected by the council in 1853 ...Utah was admitted as the 45th state in 1896.

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
In 1861, the local police force grew to 39 ... The Graniteville Co. planned a $7.5 million expansion in 1963.

Lynx ledger

Flyers' win streak now at 11 games

Lynx learn lessons

St. Louis facing penalties in Stevens' tampering case

NHL roundup: Bruins beat Flames

NHL notes: Red Wings fans show support with en masse ballot box visits

Frigid temperatures ready to hit Augusta

Judge promises to remain humble

Mayor Young's inaugural address

Across the area

Dates of the Millennium

Cold fountain

City of Aiken has roots in the railroad

Best Friend to make additional runs

Hallway traffic jam

Black farmers hope settlement stems woes

Governor-elect comes up with spending plan

Brisk run

Step right up to the frantic 20th century!

Additional area news

Mayoral oath

Dates of the Millennium

EPD orders wastewater action

Augustans expect Young to start quickly

Volunteers sought by new mayor

Blacks expect to gain from next legislature

Home front: Eudora Farms quite exotic

1998 sets benchmark for farm woes

Infighting threatens usefulness of Atlanta empowerment zone

Gambling vote sought for next year

Barnes' priorities in his first state budget

Legislature to study education

NAACP chapter reactivation progresses

About Celebrate 2000

City's government wins finance award

Young party celebrates unity

New Augusta mayor sworn in

Lumpkin's murder trial postponed

Barnes may move bureaucrats

FBI probe exonerates deputies

NBA talks to resume this afternoon

Hunter says union ready to negotiate

Cowboys stunned by seasons' sudden end

Jaguars execute simple playoff formula

Jaguars hold on to defeat New England

Replay could have ended 49ers season

A new order to NFL's ruling class

Moss breezes to offensive rookie award

Niners outlast Packers

Seifert to coach Panthers

Big difference in '98 and '86 Jets

Jags get Hardy effort in win against Patriots

Martin focused on winning

Mrs. Sarah Newman

Mrs. Ella Thompson

Mr. Robert Seawell

Mr. William Fowler Jr.

Mrs. Lindy Monroe

Mrs. Mary Bentley

Mrs. Josephine Dillard

Mrs. Frances Rhodes

Mr. Robert Wilson

Mrs. Christine Womack

Miss Sara Stoll

Mr. Emory Brinson

Mrs. Sara Dessauer

Mrs. Mary Smiley

Ms. Versie Poole

Mrs. Martha Ansel

Mr. James Barnes

Mr. Richard Matherly

Mrs. Lottie Shelnutt

Mrs. Mattie Mills

Mr. Aubry Gibbs

Mr. Donald Thorpe

Mrs. Nina Walena

Mr. Alexander Brown

Mrs. Nena White

Mr. Herbert Whitaker

Mrs. Mildred Williamson

Mrs. Elizibeth Quinn

High-Tech Tryouts

Mr. Aubry Gibbs

Mr. Ronnie Chambers

Mrs. Doris Burrell

Mr. Grady Morrow Jr.

Mr. Murice Barefield

Mrs. Jeanne Simmons

Mrs. Josephine Jackson

Ms. Lizzie Hawes

Mr. Donald Thorpe

Mrs. Etta Waites

Mr. James Sanford

Mr. Richard Matherly

Mr. Inman Akins

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Education top issue 010599 - The Augusta Chronicle

Overstating poverty 010499 - The Augusta Chronicle

Overtime: Florida dog points the way to derby title

Salt Lake activists urging resignation

Former heavyweight boxer Jerry Quarry dies

Ryan, Brett, Yount await call from Cooperstown

Davenport produces lone U.S. victory at Hopman Cup

Overtime: Swede wins slalom title in World Cup

Americans' naivete surprises veteran Olympics athletes

FIFA, IOC clash on drugs

Becker, Rios slam state of tennis

Winter storm blocks sports events

Conroy negotiating for"GWTW" sequel

Children's television returns to the tried and true

Senior calendar

Some Catholic colleges question proposal to shift control to bishops

Age old questions

Star power essential for movies

Drug combinations can often be deadly

Why kitty isn't called watch cat

Xtreme calendar

A matter of resolve

Xtreme style

Hip-hop could be seen as the future of music

Audio best

Net chat

Users call for high-resolution thinking

What's new on the Web? Consider these sites

Lander en route to Mars with shovel, microphone

Go2Net acquires Web21

Video games: Where fun runs into a brick wall

Around-the-world balloon flight delayed

'Cut and Glue' launches Elmer's into 3-D

Software kids can use -- and enjoy

Technology managers fixing bugs

Man's best electronic friend

The navigator: Sailing the cyberseas

Cyber dating service members finally meet

Computer bug is stuff of prophecy to fundamentalist faithful

New LCD technology and the first portable camera phone

NASA launches Mars lander

The mouse in the house connects to an iMac

Giant weeds worry wetlands biologists

Software executive calls Windows an `essential service'