Merger frenzy expected to continue in 1999

Coal in West Virginia assailed on many fronts

Study: Area housing most affordable in U.S.

In Iraq, groceries cost fistfuls of cash

Russia's Tatar republic lurches from boom to bust

Regulators fine brokers for alleged price-fixing

Starbucks sets sights on converting China to coffee

Airport tax increase proposed

Satellite TV turns to marketing pacts, low-tech antenna

Cigarette firms Rothmans, BAT announce merger

Banks get ready for Y2K

Additional business news

Bug may provide business lift

Nasdaq rallies to record high; Dow finishes lower

On the move

Robert Bratti reshapes Cumberland Pasta for success

More states allow triple-digit loan rates

Will 1999 be the year of the bear or the bull?

Neuheisel Washington's surprise choice

Bates closes on goal of playing NFL ball

Couch is ready for Cleveland

Georgia women blast LSU

Arkansas women upend No. 17 Penn State

Lack of drive in end proves costly to Dogs

Youthful Wake hands Clemson 64-61 setback

Florida St. tramples Georgia Tech

Jags shut down Columbus State

Umoh seals victory for Lady Tigers

Post-Thompson era begins for Hoyas

Coaches downplay big women's game

No. 2 Tennessee whips No. 1 Connecticut

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: January 10
On this day in 1789, Ferry is next to Augusta Warehouse so it is in mid-town ...In 1812, Richmond Academy opened again.

High court justice left mark on city
Each year the best pupils at Augusta's Lamar Elementary School benefit from a unusual scholarship fund.

Atlanta slow in making 2000 plans
ATLANTA -- Many cities around the world used 1998 as a dress rehearsal for next year's much-anticipated New Year's Eve blowouts. Not Atlanta.

Dates of the millennium - January 11
Lillian Russell, the Gibson girl of the 1890s, to appear in Augusta in The First Night in 1910.

Labor movements marked 1903
In 1903, the United States and the world saw great changes in labor. Mary Harris ``Mother Jones'' Jones brought the plight of child workers to the forefront of national attention as she and children marched from Philadelphia to the New York home of President Theodore Roosevelt.

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.

Silver Bluff has wealth of history
Silver Bluff, a high cliff on the South Carolina side of the Savannah River about a dozen miles downstream from Augusta, has a rich history of Indian lore, Spanish explorers and pioneer settlers.

Recruiting notes: Prep stars continue visits

Walker favors FSU, Kentucky

Lynx notes: St. Louis plans to sign Obsut

Pride hands Lynx 3rd straight loss

Red Wings win again rival Avalanche

Rangers strike early on Lightning

Caps' Bulis steps up despite injuries

Lynx, hockey prove solid successes in Augusta

Program advocates abstinence

Junk mail defies all reasoning

Hearings slated for new school

Graham takes case to people

Crowds show up for care

Barnes to take oath today

Hayes to speak to Aiken Chamber

Corps plans to build new Pee Dee lake

Millionaire to disclose how much he spent to defeat Beasley

Annexation plan draws ire

High court justice left mark on city

Graham to play key role at trial

Dates of the millennium - January 11

Dates of the millennium: January 10

Labor movements marked 1903

Water to be high priority for legislators

City's new first lady carves role

About Celebrate 2000

Annexation effort would face struggle

Teen in alleged suicide pact dies of gunshot wound

Additional area news

Pending cases rise again

Chaos routine in Richmond County Superior Court

Atlanta slow in making 2000 plans

Family has wish fulfilled

Executed woman gets grave marker

Hodges inauguration to be festive

Many visit governor's mansion

Making the play

Legislature may determine mansion's future

Firing of chief stirs ire

Silver Bluff has wealth of history

Officials predict 'quiet' session

Young to leave little 'downtime'

Georgia facing downside of growth

Hunter teaches falcon

Highest court agrees to hear girl's case

Home front: Aiken has homemade brew

Additional area news

Settlement of suit should help out farmers in state

The MJ watch goes on full alert

Reid emerges as Eagles' top candidate

Falcons ready to test best

Falcons notes: Mathis has a day to remember

Davis leads Broncos in rout

Atlanta triumph announces team's arrival

Redskins sold to Milstein-Snyder group for record price

Underdog Cards need some luck

Davis is voted NFL's Most Valuable Player

Vikings outclass Cardinals

Falcons' secondary plays big

Browns interview Falcons' Shell

NFL videotaping players in locker rooms

49ers notes: Bad break for San Francisco's Hearst

Jets surge to whip Jaguars

'Dirty Birds' make prey of 49ers

Chavous to be tested against Minnesota

Doubters silenced by Denver's performance

Rice reflects on his, 49ers' bittersweet season

Analysis: Jaguars' planning unraveled by Jets

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Mrs. Nezzie McNeely

Mr. William Shockley

Mr. Guy McCorkle

Mrs. Royce Oatman

Mr. Leo Rowland

Mr. Twiggs Johnson

Mrs. Mary White

Ms. Annie Johnson

Mrs. Linda Jones

Mr. John Baldwin Jr.

Mr. Wayne Osborn Sr.

Mrs. Alverna McAllister

Mr. Fed Greenway

Ms. Bertha Ivey

Mr. Robert Ashley

Mrs. Inez Trowbridge

Mrs. Gladys Gatlin

Mr. Bernard Dixon Sr.

Mrs. Leola Jenkins

Mrs. Amelia R. O'Dell

Mr. William Heard III

Ms. Cynthia Key

Mrs. Marie Davis

Mrs. Daisy Gragg

Mr. Roy Hayden

Mr. Willie Dyches Sr.

Mrs. Frances Huskey

Ms. Betty Franks

Miss Geraldine Lawrence

Claims telemedicine no threat 011199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Column: Zell Miller's legacy nothing to marvel over 011099 - The Augusta Chronicle

Stop high-tech transfers! 011099 - The Augusta Chronicle

Appalling 1-cent shortage 011099 - The Augusta Chronicle

Says difference is 'leftist partisanship' 011199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Denies impeachment a 'coup d'etat' 011099 - The Augusta Chronicle

Notes GOP is for 'law and order' 011099 - The Augusta Chronicle

Let's hear it for... 011099 - The Augusta Chronicle

Up S.C. speed limit 011199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Hopes Senate acts with statesmanship 011099 - The Augusta Chronicle

The Israeli election 011199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Faults Corps' approach to damage 011099 - The Augusta Chronicle

Defends Malcolm X commemorative 011199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Insists the 'truth' still is relevant 011099 - The Augusta Chronicle

Praises enthusiasm of Lynx, fans 011199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Blasts cartoonas 'revolting and disrespectful' 011099 - The Augusta Chronicle

Offers `Augusta hypocrisy awards' 011199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Resignations prompt new questions

Six Georgians hold all-tackle fish records

Jones' foe branded a No. 1 embarrassment

Duval holds lead in Mercedes

Payne: Utah Games tarnished

Lowther to get U.S. title shot

Duval is Mercedes champ

Two executives blamed for scandal

Record-setting home run baseballs top offerings at sports auction

Boulet breaks four minutes for mile, earns bonus

Overtime: Statesboro dog crowned trials champ

NCAA presidents lash out at college gambling

Mercedes notes: How to defend Florida State? Send Duval to the game

Schuttler defeats Henman to win Qatar Open

Storkson wins first career title

Austrian newcomer Raich beats Maier in giant slalom

Ritsma, De Jong European speedskating champions

Rodriguez sweeps four races against Canada

Short game pays off for Duval

Overtime: This time, Chavous' 300 is 'official'

Through good and bad, Tyson perseveres

Ex-committee chief says everything on up-and-up

Yankees outfielder undergoes surgical procedure

Men, dogs pursue raccoon trails at big hunt

Sweatman wins Featherlite race

Rodriguez wins third speedskating race

Best selling books

'The PJs' draws heated criticism from activists

Just what's worth fixing?

Weddings are not business events

Glasser's book earning raves

Fine arts calendar

Glasser's book earning raves

Craftsmen may help fix valuables

Local singer to perform at Carnegie Hall concert

Five guests are honored at annual assembly ball

Stone Street Press makes books by hand

Fate of Amelia Earhart still a mystery

In Sicily, food means love


Personal computer replacing car stereo

All the made-up news that's fit to print

Heart attacks and vulnerable plaque

How not to get tangled in web connections

Software lets parents track kids' Internet activities

Video games: 'Glover' a gripping new title

Bundled utility programs a bargain for users

The year in preview: From Y2K to DVD

Warfare and medicine converge in naming heart condition

Microsoft prepares testimony in trial

Online shoppers face hassles with returns

Videography blends lines between fantasy and reality


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