In Iraq, groceries cost fistfuls of cash

Nasdaq rallies to record high; Dow finishes lower

Nasdaq rallies to record high; Dow finishes lower

Study: Area housing most affordable in U.S.

Additional business news

In Iraq, groceries cost fistfuls of cash

Cigarette firms Rothmans, BAT announce merger

Regulators fine brokers for alleged price-fixing

Oil prices rise as Midwest cold continues

Starbucks sets sights on converting China to coffee

Additional business news

Airport tax increase proposed

Airport tax increase proposed

Study: Area has most affordable housing

Starbucks sets sights on converting China to coffee

Cigarette firms Rothmans, BAT announce merger

Regulators fine brokers for alleged price-fixing

Herman retires from Morris

Neuheisel Washington's surprise choice

Bates closes on goal of playing NFL ball

College notes: Gamecocks to get Butler's Aubrey

No. 2 Tennessee whips No. 1 Connecticut

Umoh seals victory for Lady Tigers

Lack of drive in end proves costly to Dogs

Jags' Franklin player of week for second time

Georgia women blast LSU

Lions top Wolverines

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

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.

South slowly losing its identity
HARDEEVILLE, S.C. -- Henry Ingram does not cotton to Yankees. He has, in fact, taken legal steps at the Jasper County Courthouse to ensure that no Yankee can ever trespass on or purchase his Delta Plantation, a 1,700-acre abandoned rice farm filled with water turkeys, snowy egrets, moss-draped oaks, slave-built roads and the ghosts of Union Gen. William T. Sherman's march to the sea.

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.

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

Is the South really dying?
What sort of South will emerge from all of these newcomers, all of these changes -- indeed, whether the South is dying -- is a subject that may always fascinate Southerners, who love to contemplate such things.

Dates of the millennium - January 12
In 1971, the first two cadaver kidney transfers were done at Medical College of Georgia.

Recruiting notes: Prep stars continue visits

Lady Dogs, Knights triumph

Rangers strike early on Lightning

Lynx push for better time slot

Hodges inauguration to be festive

High court justice left mark on city

Annexation plan draws ire

Barnes sworn in

Appeals hearings finished

North Augusta downtown development plan outlined

Hearings: School chief calls plant scare minor

Dates of the millennium - January 12

Graham takes case to people

Corps plans to build new Pee Dee lake

Program advocates abstinence

Justices refuse appeals of 2 death row inmates

Silver Bluff has wealth of history

Dates of the millennium - January 11

Home front: Aiken has homemade brew

School, well spared from road widening

Young to leave little 'downtime'

Man, two children killed in car crash

Is the South really dying?

State regent says race standards old

Barnes to take oath today

Across the area

Making the play

Aiken man gets highest honor for state's residents

Highest court agrees to hear girl's case

Remnants of history

Legislature may determine mansion's future

Council honors director

Settlement of suit should help out farmers in state

South slowly losing its identity

Additional area news

Answering the call

Crowds show up for care

Hearings slated for new school

Hunter teaches falcon

Same old Bulls -- only no Michael Jordan

The MJ watch goes on full alert

Confusion reigns as NBA facilities open

Subpoena sent to the NBA

NFL coaching carousel continues

Falcons notes: Falcons respect Vikings success

Browns interview Falcons' Shell

Doubters silenced by Denver's performance

Tough task ahead for Brooks

Falcons ready to test best

Rice reflects on his, 49ers' bittersweet season

NFL videotaping players in locker rooms

Jets surge to whip Jaguars

Reid emerges as Eagles' top candidate

Anderson ready for Vikings

Vikings outclass Cardinals

Replay catches Chelios in crease

Dolphins: Wait 'til next year?

Die-hard fans enjoy remarkable season

Vikings like using Palmer on offense

Browns prioritize: First a coach, then maybe a Couch

Cardinals vow return to playoffs

Analysis: Jaguars' planning unraveled by Jets

Redskins sold to Milstein-Snyder group for record price

Mr. Emmett Scott

Mrs. Alverna McAllister

Mrs. Alverna McAllister

Mrs. Frances Huskey

Mr. William Shockley

Mrs. Gladys Gatlin

Mr. William Stone

Mr. Twiggs Johnson

Mr. Samuel Wilson

Miss Geraldine Lawrence

Mrs. Nezzie McNeely

Mrs. Mary White

Mr. Robert Ashley

Mr. John Baldwin Jr.

Mr. William Shockley

Mr. James Faulkner

Mrs. Anneliese Fields

Mr. William Shupe

Mrs. Helen Carroll

Mr. George Forrest

Mrs. Virginia Ryals

Ms. Annie Johnson

Mrs. Royce Oatman

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

Claims telemedicine no threat 011199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Praises enthusiasm of Lynx, fans 011199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Good compromise 011299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Education governor? 011299 - The Augusta Chronicle

UGA: keep it equal 011299 - The Augusta Chronicle

The Israeli election 011199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Decries `Barney' cast for drinking 011299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Offers `Augusta hypocrisy awards' 011199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Assails critics of the judging of Clinton 011299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Defends Malcolm X commemorative 011199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Applauds Bulldog's athletic spirit 011299 - The Augusta Chronicle

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

Sweatman wins Featherlite race

Duval on a quick ascent to the top of golf

Men, dogs pursue raccoon trails at big hunt

Tyson still feels like a champ

Duval is Mercedes champ

Holder: 2002 Winter Games could be in jeopardy

Short game pays off for Duval

McGwire's No. 70 headlines auction

Ritsma, De Jong European speedskating champions

Schuttler defeats Henman to win Qatar Open

Austrian newcomer Raich beats Maier in giant slalom

Baseball notes: Yankees coaches rehired

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

Overtime: Seawell begins career on PGA Tour

NCAA presidents lash out at college gambling

Rodriguez sweeps four races against Canada

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

Jones' foe branded a No. 1 embarrassment

Nailing the look

Age old questions

Cable special focuses on Bacall

Off the Wall: Mid-life heaven is a feast

People's pharmacy

Senior calendar

Travolta's 'Civil Action' scores at slow-starting box office

The big screen

Audio best

Xtreme calendar

Net chat: Anthony Edwards

Millennium Generation new kids on the block

Video games: 'Glover' a gripping new title

Online shoppers face hassles with returns

Bird's extinction in the hands of Man

Microsoft prepares testimony in trial

Bundled utility programs a bargain for users

Knots sites can entangle

How not to get tangled in web connections

The year in preview: From Y2K to DVD

'Extra Life' draws portrait of Atari generation

Videography blends lines between fantasy and reality

Software lets kids just putter around

Internal clocks have wake-up setting

1998 was hottest year on record, researchers say