New Fox chief wants more than cartoons, crashes

Report: Calamity offers economic opportunities

Celebs make sales pitches on telephone

Business briefs: Vagovic opens new location

A dial-around or runaround?

Pork producers say prices don't reflect theirs

EU, Asian ministers call for exchange stability

On the move

Local mill doing gigantic business

Vodafone wins bidding war for AirTouch

Yeltsin orders Primakov to report on overdue salaries

Business calendar: Workshops to explore investing

Aiken Tech is edged by Reinhardt

Even on an off day, Duke routs Seminoles

ASU gives coach a present

Bulldogs fall to Razorbacks

No. 18 Florida women 78, South Carolina 66

Jackets show some heart against Wake

Virginia upends No. 25 Clemson

Paine rallies, beats Rams in OT

Fort Valley State visits Paine today

Top 25: No. 1 UConn has no trouble with Panthers

Georgia women rip Auburn

Walker's fiery oratory inspired blacks
Augusta's C.T. Walker boldly denounced the second-class status of America's blacks decades before the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. or Malcolm X were born.

Shootings spur revolution in Russia in 1905
In January 1905, the shootings of more than 1,000 workers who had marched peacefully to Czar Nicholas II's winter palace led to the 1905 Russian Revolution.

Winter haven
AIKEN -- It took just one sojourn from a 6-year-old girl from New York to spark a 50-year influx of winter sports in Aiken.

Dyess the only winner of nation's top two medials
Augusta's two Medal of Honor winners are honored by commemorative plaques at Heroes' Overlook at Riverwalk Augusta.

Dates of the Millennium - January 18
On this day in 1919, Paine College buys exposition tract ... in 1912, English explorer Robert F. Scott and his expedition reached the South Pole, only to discover that Roald Amundsen had arrived first. Scott and his party died during the return trip

Dates of the Millennium - January 17
On this day in 1849, ground was broken on the second level of the Augusta Canal...convicted murderer Gary Gilmore, 36, was shot by a firing squad at Utah State Prison in the first U.S. execution in a decade.

Discipline key to Hephzibah's success

Lynx rally falls short again

Admirals coach charged with assault and battery

NHL notes: Olympics aren't dead for NHL

Speaker wants King's dream back

Fort Sumter has preservation woes

Tour boat's design presents challenges

Low incomes frustrate South Carolina farmers

Woman dies in car accident

I-20 accidents leave 2 dead, 10 injured

Walker's fiery oratory inspired blacks

New center will improve Capitol tour

Census rehearsal headcount completed in Columbia area

Lawmakers find plan agreeable

Court may soon hear matricide trial

Farmer eyes goat meat trend

Dates of the Millennium - January 17

Pupil fulfills movie wish

Additional area news

Dyess the only winner of nation's top two medials

Old riddle has simple solution

Board: Legislature should encourage national standards

Dates of the Millennium - January 18

Three-time murderer slated to die

Official: City did not pay

Cosmetic tattooing poses legal risk to practitioners

Firefighters' walkout concerns council

Graham pleads case against Clinton

Devotees gather to honor King

Budding funeral director signals industry change

Winter haven

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Two casino boat owners hire lobbyists to fight opposition

Jury finds former chemical company officials guilty of polluting

Fort Gordon's school attracts more airmen

Senator proposes bill to cut down on police chases

Mayor focuses on play

Shootings spur revolution in Russia in 1905

Local school funding requests drop

Eagles more common now in Upstate

Super Bowl tickets not for public consumption anymore

Santiago redeemed in games top play

Dirty Birds assisted by 'Big Man Upstairs'

Falcons' founder misses turnaround

Neither rain, nor snow, nor sleet ...

Jets are no strangers to pressure-packed games

Broncos rally to down Jets

Smash or flash?

Suddenly super!

Elway's legacy: Mile High magic

Falcons notes: Falcons ignored the noise

Vikings notes: Kicker crumbles under own perfection

Atlanta provides dramatics

Success never so special for Falcons' Reeves

Mrs. Christine Bailey

Mr. Karl Berry

Mrs. Aurie Mullis

Mr. Ernest Flowers Sr.

Mr. Clarence Carmack

Mrs. Teresa Lynn

Nichlos Hayes

Mr. Cecil White

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Mrs. Ethel Calhoun

Mrs. Emma Hatcher

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Ms. Mary Stewart

Mr. J.P. Morgan

Mrs. Norma Duhamel

Ms. Billie Moore

Mr. Robert Barnwell

Mrs. Ogle Corley

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Mr. Norman Boynton

Mrs. Roxie Chinners

Mrs. Ruth Byrd

Mr. James Padgett Jr.

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Adds Ledo to prayer list 011799 - The Augusta Chronicle

The right honoree 011799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Assails 'hateful' writers of letters 011899 - The Augusta Chronicle

Time for change 011899 - The Augusta Chronicle

Wants smokers to quit and eliminate U.S. tax revenue 011799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Correction 011899 - The Augusta Chronicle

Declares report missed real problem 011899 - The Augusta Chronicle

Challenges Senate to do its duty 011899 - The Augusta Chronicle

Asks lawmakers to set politics aside 011799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Urges Americans to forgive Clinton 011899 - The Augusta Chronicle

Responds to Clinton, Jesus comparison 011799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Declares censure belies justice 011799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Assails comparison of Clinton, Christ 011799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Backs removing 'disruptive' students 011799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Column: Taylor turning Ga. Senate into partisan arena 011799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Sleeps better with statesman in Senate 011799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Blames biased reporting for obscurity 011899 - The Augusta Chronicle

Seek fire servicecharge on tax bill 011799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Blasts Corps delay in storm cleanup 011799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Warns 'blasphemy' a dangerous game 011899 - The Augusta Chronicle

Kjus extends lead in downill standings with 3rd win

Overtime: 10,000 attend No. 1 GymDogs win over Tide

Jackson man stays on target with his rifles

The punch that saved Tyson's career

Carrollton's Brown is at top of list

Overtime: Rain forces shortening of Mayor's Cup

Webb gets game going

Volleyball player's lawsuits heads toward Supreme Court

Utah activists decry Olympic 'self-dealing'

Robbins rallies for LPGA win

Tyson stops Botha in 5th

Els wins South African PGA, ending drought

Americans sweep halfpipe events

Rookie Raich wins second slalom

Parade of Champions centerpiece at Futurity

Orioles owner attends Cuban game

Rey-Bellet wins downhill, Super-G to make history

Sluman birdies final 2 holes to win Sony Open

Bartow angler $100,000 richer

Bakke wins women's slalom

Frenchmen win car, motorcycle divisions in Dakar Rally

Mysteries and intrigue Down Under on eve of Australian Open

Multiplying the talents

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Honoring the dream

London company bringing 'Die Fledermaus' to Aiken

Honoring the dream

Actors need a lot more than inspiration

Remains may be from old civilization

Opposition to change surprised proponent

Fine arts calendar

Many unhappy with online shopping

What's hot: New items of interest

Personal home pages retain power, passion

Computer chess games provide worthy opponents

Video games: Three titles display art of first-person gaming

Websightings: Hot spots on the Net

Himowitz on computers: PC as a music machine

Digital tunes have industry spinning

Apple's success can't be overstated

France reports third case of mad cow disease this year

3 groups vying to run plant

Halted blood trial raises questions about no-consent testing

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