In Iraq, groceries cost fistfuls of cash

Advertising gamble starting to pay off

Cigarette firms Rothmans, BAT announce merger

Russians hope for more loans

Wall Street shaken by Brazil's currency woes

Small funeral homes allowed to unite to buy cheaper caskets

Additional business news

Diller wants to make movies again

Study: Area has most affordable housing

U.S. warns Japan about steel dumping

Producer prices decline in 1998

Rubin says despite challenges, markets have calmed 'in many ways'

Lucent in pact to buy Ascend for $18.7 billion in stock

Russians likely to default on more loans

Herman retires from Morris

Additional business news

Regulators fine brokers for alleged price-fixing

International Paper profits hurt by Asia's economy

Nasdaq rallies to record high; Dow finishes lower

Tire strike enters fifth month

Airport tax increase proposed

Morris promotes executives

Pagination system coming to several Morris newspapers

Brazil's Central Bank head resignation rollicks world markets

Dollar's decline worries Japan more than U.S.

Stocks dip as investors take profits

U.S. Battery plant in Evans still planned

Record year for soybeans

Theater company Livent hit with indictment, lawsuit

Oil prices rise as Midwest cold continues

Starbucks sets sights on converting China to coffee

Project brings area together

College notes: Gamecocks to get Butler's Aubrey

Lions top Wolverines

Jags' Franklin player of week for second time

Rolling Jaguars hit road

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 13
In 1865, Most destructive flood since 1853. Whole town of Hamburg flooded as well as southern and southwestern portions of Augusta.

Testaments to Tubman charity fill Augusta
It was 1836, and Emily Tubman was suddenly a widow.

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.

Lake created in canal project
Once a tourist attraction complete with a zoo, amusement park and private club, Lake Olmstead is the legacy of an 1870 project to enlarge Augusta Canal.

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

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.

Lady Dogs, Knights triumph

Josey beats Butler in fight-delayed game

Isaac leads Lions

Gretzky to play in 18th all-star game

Lynx push for better time slot

GOP senators accuse Taylor of partisan retribution

Water equipment buy planned

Is the South really dying?

New riverfront hotel plan receives HUD approval

Preparing for the Futurity

Emergency communication bid gets OK

Justices refuse appeals of 2 death row inmates

Teachers explore alternatives

Board starts effort to bolster growth around SRS

Dates of the Millennium: January 13

Beasley calls for poker money

Prosecution to rebut testimony on death

Barnes forbids gifts to most state workers

Ex-fort leader 83, dies

Nielsen reflects on work

Across the area

Barnes sworn in

Schools to seek joint research

State regent says race standards old

North Augusta downtown development plan outlined

Across the area

South slowly losing its identity

Aiken man gets highest honor for state's residents

Lake created in canal project

Remnants of history

MCG pharmacy gets political backing

Appeals hearings finished

Testaments to Tubman charity fill Augusta

Council honors director

School, well spared from road widening

Answering the call

Man, two children killed in car crash

Hearings: School chief calls plant scare minor

Dates of the millennium - January 12

Husband gives wife a lesson

Nobody can sell like Mike

Remembering Jordan, the one and only

Jordan's retirement hits like a winter's blast

Bulls players wait for Jordans words

Subpoena sent to the NBA

Jordan was "Cleveland's assassin"

Jordan will be back

Confusion reigns as NBA facilities open

Jordan's departure comes at bad time for NBA

Same old Bulls -- only no Michael Jordan

Walking away is toughest play

Tuggle's patience pays off

Replay catches Chelios in crease

Tough task ahead for Brooks

Cardinals vow return to playoffs

Dolphins: Wait 'til next year?

Die-hard fans enjoy remarkable season

Vikings dome-field advantage a headache for opponents

Anderson ready for Vikings

Vikings like using Palmer on offense

Falcons notes: Falcons respect Vikings success

Browns prioritize: First a coach, then maybe a Couch

Packers on racial vanguard with new coach

NFL coaching carousel continues

Mrs. Virginia Ryals

Mr. Don Holley

Mr. Jerrell Handy

Mr. C. Roger Zeigler

Mrs. Christine Mack

Mrs. Kella Johnson

Mr. William Shupe

Mrs. Virginia Humes

Mrs. Anneliese Fields

Mrs. Lizzie Mae Gaston

Mr. Ivy Johnson

Mr. Emmett Scott

Ms. Lillian Griffin

Mrs. Mamie Sikes

Mr. George Forrest

Mrs. Dorothy Cranford

Mr. Elijah Jenkins

Mr. Cleveland Johnson Jr.

Mrs. Maude Linnenkohl

Mr. William Shockley

Mr. Carl George

Mr. William Stone

Mr. Herman Handy

Mr. Samuel Wilson

Mrs. Jeanette Price

Mrs. Alverna McAllister

Mrs. JoAnn Waid

Mrs. Helen Carroll

Mrs. Bonnie Thomas

Mr. James Faulkner

Mrs. Mandy Ervin

Values the role of NPs in health care 011399 - The Augusta Chronicle

Seeks outrage over pharmacy closing 011399 - The Augusta Chronicle

Imagines possible Clinton 'testimony' 011399 - The Augusta Chronicle

Notes footprints have been discounted 011399 - The Augusta Chronicle

Blast comparison of Clinton, Christ 011399 - The Augusta Chronicle

Raps loss of U.S. technology to China 011399 - The Augusta Chronicle

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

Applauds columnist's view on censure 011399 - The Augusta Chronicle

Scathes letter as 'blasphemy' 011399 - The Augusta Chronicle

Attacks editor for running letters 011399 - The Augusta Chronicle

NBA in big trouble 011399 - The Augusta Chronicle

UGA: keep it equal 011299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Applauds Bulldog's athletic spirit 011299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Education governor? 011299 - The Augusta Chronicle

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

Good compromise 011299 - The Augusta Chronicle

AmericaOne in the water off Auckland

Duval on a quick ascent to the top of golf

Holder: 2002 Winter Games could be in jeopardy

Overtime: Womack gets big pay hike

Baseball notes: Yankees coaches rehired

Finnish IOC members denies wrongdoing

Botha hopes to prove he's been miscast

Marlins sale scheduled for approval

McGwire's No. 70 headlines auction

Bivins, Arum top list of boxing hall's 10th anniversary class

Tyson still feels like a champ

Tennis notes: Rios, Rafter lose

Overtime: Seawell begins career on PGA Tour

Another American goalie tries to make it in England

O'Meara: Garcia not quite as advanced as Tiger

Health capsules: SIDS declining

Off the Wall: Mid-life heaven is a feast

Health and fitness calendar

Drink milk, keep your colon healthy

Vita-mania: Americans turning to vitamins, minerals

CBS tries to clone its most successful program

Nailing the look


Age old questions

Lime juice adds zest to tortilla soup

Quick cooking: Mediterranean flair

French surgeon gave patient AIDS virus

Fruit of her labors

Sales circulars not always offered at stores

Small portions

Eat for life

Cable special focuses on Bacall

Doctors, patients feel pull of magnets

Senior calendar

Scientists discovering benefits of humor in medicine

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

Mirror mirror

There's lots of bugs in dog and cat bites

People's pharmacy

Audio best

Net chat: Anthony Edwards

The big screen

Xtreme calendar

Millennium Generation new kids on the block

Bird's extinction in the hands of Man

Internal clocks have wake-up setting

Disney, Infoseek launch new rival

Knots sites can entangle

Utilities foresee minimal impact from Y2K

Microsoft says it doesn't wield monopoly power

'Extra Life' draws portrait of Atari generation

Software lets kids just putter around

8-week-old baby gets layer of artificial skin

Judge asks about Microsoft price strategy for Windows

Japan's probe to Mars delayed

1998 was hottest year on record, researchers say