IMF: Russian aid package abandoned

Resignation rollicks world markets

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

Brazil's main market melts down

Busby's merging with Pinnell Heating

Russians hope for more loans

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Administration targets 20 communities for economic help

U.S. stocks fall dramatically

St. John Towers residents to receive more services

Trade officer addresses group

First Union, Wachovia post strong earnings gains

Additional business news

Battle rages to save Europe's duty free shopping

Additional business news

Producer prices decline in 1998

Kodak's weak earnings batter stock

Air quality task force established

Project brings area together

Maryland tops North Carolina

Tennessee overpowers Georgia

Gators romp Gamecocks

Clemson loses to Duke

Bulldogs hold off Vanderbuilt

Paine roars past Clark

Dates of the Millennium
Jan. 15

Fort constructed amid conflict
Fort Gordon soldiers supporting the Central American hurricane relief and Persian Gulf missions are just the latest in a long line of troops who've trained in Augusta for service in foreign lands.

Dates of the Millennium: January 14
On this date in 1912, it was decided that a commission form of government would be voted on voted on Feb. 21.

Laney's focus on children helped Augusta
Lucy Laney, were she alive today, probably would not be happy with the state of education and race relations, an expert on Augusta's famous black educator said.

Thoroughbreds, Jackets square off

Home school team gains strength

Lynx coach shakes up team

Augusta IceForum finally gets ice

Congressional panel urges overhaul of veterans programs

Man dies in apartment blaze

School decision tonight

Laney's focus on children helped Augusta

Across the area

Impeachment trial is unique, attorneys say

Shooting suspect arrested

Dates of the Millennium

Governor Hodges sworn in

New women's center dedicated

Jury takes 40 minutes to find man guilty in killing

Barnes waiting to decide on education panelists

Funding could be at stake

Parents say family teamwork helped their sons find success

Graham will help present case today

Ship woes may soon see finish

Indecisive jury may free man

Teacher is finalist for top honor

Fort constructed amid conflict

Repairs to sewage pipe cost $168,800

Backlash feared on zoning plan

Trucker charged in teen-ager's abduction

Flulike virus interrupts mild season

Across the area

Dates of the Millennium: January 14

Board approves school site at fort

Writer honors rights leader's legacy with play

Look to the past

Organizers of forum worried by low turnout

Schrenko: schools improving, not perfect

Superior Court judge sits on jury of county civil trial

Executive testifies to negligence

Man acquitted of child abuse charges

Closing of pharmacy postponed

Dentist's visit was laughable

Determined to fly

Grants to help small business

Airport changes in works

Teen-ager deemed insane during crime

NBA notes: Pippen, McDyess and Gugliotta talk dominates rumor mill

Loss of Jordan could bring NBA new life

Thanks for your vote

Smith remembers first image of Jordan

Bulls gearing up for lo-o-ong season

Michael Jordan retires

Jordan to be doting Dad?

No one can replace His Airness

Nike plans to market Jordan as an icon

Johnson unexpectedly resigns

Jets can't fall in early hole at Mile High

Johnson decides to stay

N.Y. mayor proposes sports complex

Falcons: Passing on Moss was no mistake

Griffith is Vikings' Mr. Everything

Future will prove Atlanta's blunder

Chandler faces pressure of big game, fatherhood

Falcons face Metrodome din

Browns play name game before expansion draft

Mr. T. Grady Lewis

Mrs. Cheryl Gathers

Mr. Walter McNeely

Mrs. Dicie Wiggins

Mrs. Marianne Taylor

Mrs. Hattie Wilson

Mrs. Dicie Wiggins

Mr. Robert Brown

Ms. Elaine Doby

Mr. William Weeks

Mrs. Vera Wardlow

Mrs. Vera Noble

Mr. Larry Reed

Ms. Katie Jordan

Mr. William Porcel Jr.

Mrs. Cheryl Gathers

Mrs. Anita Fulghum

Imani Momodu

Mrs. Nora Arnold

Mrs. Mary Sampson

Mrs. Estella Thomas

Mrs. Roberta Butler

Mrs. Vonnie Jackson

Mr. Willie Williams

Mrs. Della St. Onge

Mr. Andrew Patterson

Mr. Thurmond Rabun

Mrs. Sarah Wallace

Mrs. Sarah Anderson

Mrs. Mamie Green

Mrs. Thelma Peacock

Mrs. Annie Key

Mr. Dwellie Evans

Miss Brenda Royals

Mrs. Emma Farmer

Mr. Isaac Robinson

Mr. Sammie Wilson

Mr. William Striggles Jr.

Mrs. Doris Russell

Mrs. Jewel Moore

Mrs. Edna Beasley

Mrs. Matilda Brooks

Mr. Frank Duncan

Mrs. Harriet Varner

Zainab Hearns

Imagines possible Clinton 'testimony' 011499 - The Augusta Chronicle

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Accuses GOP of lowering standards 011499 - The Augusta Chronicle

Olympic nightmare 011599 - The Augusta Chronicle

Scathes letter as 'blasphemy' 011499 - The Augusta Chronicle

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Column: U.S. aircraft carriers are a vital link in our defense system at home, abroad 011599 - The Augusta Chronicle

Wants empty stores to be recycled 011599 - The Augusta Chronicle

Seeks outrage over pharmacy closing 011499 - The Augusta Chronicle

Martin looking for better golf, less distractions

Overtime: Baseball puts realignment plans on hold

Thurmond fish get a case of lockjaw, or so it seems

Tyson vs. Botha lacks wallop with fans

State planes took IOC members to scenic spots

Braves notebook: Players ready for spring training

Nicklaus to end Masters streak

Graf vs. No. 1 Davenport in Adidas semis

LPGA considering changes to Hall entry

Jockey won't let paralysis dim sunny outlook

Graf tuning up for Australian Open run

Tyson muzzled, sort of

Tyson opens a new chapter in his life

Aiken's Seawell waits for his shot

Samaranch on Olympic scandal: 'Now we are in a storm'

Overtime: Bryant chairs Division II organization

Masters will miss Jack

'The Thin Red Line' runs thin on focus

Applause calendar

'The Thin Red Line' runs thin on focus

'70s sound updated

Health and fitness calendar

Events pay tribute to civil rights champion

Scientists discovering benefits of humor in medicine

Sommore's not starving for laughs

French surgeon gave patient AIDS virus

Diners get hooked on T's fried catfish

Health capsules: SIDS declining

NBC gains top ratings with 'Providence'

Garden calendar

Mini-movie reviews

There's lots of bugs in dog and cat bites

Video watch

Inventor is playing the part

Ramblin' Rhodes: Savannah likes 'swamp music'

Diners get hooked on T's fried catfish

Applause calendar

Doctors, patients feel pull of magnets

Living the message

Mirror mirror

Some plants damaged during cold snap

Vita-mania: Americans turning to vitamins, minerals

Club calendar

Drink milk, keep your colon healthy

Orchids easy to grow indoors

Pacemakers

Spending on computer services up 17 percent

New evidence shows early human ancestors may have eaten meat

Government concludes Microsoft antitrust case

Gulf war sicknesses confirmed

Soil tests show groundwater may be tainted

Remnants of stone-age shelter found in South Africa

Environmentalists warn of dangers to Great Barrier Reef

Critics: Federal fish managers are failing to stop overfishing

Apple quarterly profit triples amid hot iMac sales

Who's really on Internet?

Pentagon says 2000 computer glitch won't threaten US security

Web stocks see rebound after plunge

Study in mice suggests approach for AIDS virus vaccine

Alliance will speed Internet connection for AOL members

Children need computer goof-off time

Ruling could give Internet hackers free range