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Trade deficit up sharply in November

Official invests in store

IRS to offer Saturday assistance to residents

Mall: Investor eyeing family center

Russia's foreign trade down 16 percent in 1998

Time Warner increases stock buyback

JumboSports store closing

Tobacco companies establish trust fund for farmers

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Airline mergers move up to first class

Latin nations fight to end finance woes

Georgia Bank Financial Corp.'s earnings rise

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Lawmakers to block government collection of tobacco money

Brazilian markets continue slump

United hopes to buy America West

Boeing to settle discrimination lawsuits for $15 million

Banks report increased earnings

Chamber seeks aid of business

Authority may offer loans

European privacy laws raise U.S. concerns.

Tire plant to begin 24-hour production

Restaurant veterans open Italian eatery

Devaluation puts Brazilian industry, jobs in limbo

Loss to Duke proves frustrating

USC Aiken team regroups

Classic set for tonight

Dates of the Millennium: January 21
On this date in 1825, Richmond County population consisted of 4,484 whites, 4,720 slaves and free colored.

Dates of the Millennium: January 23
On this day in 1968, North Korea seized the U.S. Navy ship Pueblo, claiming it had intruded into the communist nation's territorial waters on a spy mission. The crew was released 11 months later.

Dates of the Millennium: January 22
On this day in 1973, the Supreme Court handed down its ``Roe vs. Wade'' decision, which legalized abortion, using a trimester approach.

Exchange was hub in earlier times
The tall, red brick building at Eighth and Reynolds streets in Augusta reeks of history.After all, it is a museum, a testament to the huge cotton market in Augusta in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

President travels outside U.S. for the first time in 1906
Publication of Upton Sinclair's novel, The Jungle, in January 1906 caused an uproar in the country.

S.C. politician remembered as versatile leader
The late James F. ``Jimmy'' Byrnes of Aiken began his public career as a court stenographer. Before it ended, he was a congressman, U.S. senator, presidential adviser, U.S. secretary of state, Supreme Court justice, South Carolina governor and almost U.S. president.

Lions take home Southside Cup

Hornets have shown great resilience

Lady Wildcats top Josey, take first place

Lady Rebels remain unbeaten

Yellow Jackets sting Aiken

Public ice rink to open today

Lynx lose two, but gain one

Lynx win in overtime

Ruling may set precedent

Dates of the Millennium: January 21

Exchange was hub in earlier times

Proposal stresses people, not parties

Barnes makes case for opening records

Water, sewer oversight boards eyed

Handling of DUI case questioned

Severe weather forecast for area during weekend

Veteran senator may take helm at insurance agency

Heroes awarded for help

Department neutral on block scheduling

Across the area

Stadium funding allotted

Board approves zoning plan for Cross Creek High

President travels outside U.S. for the first time in 1906

Civic center's bookkeeping criticized

Fog, wet roads cited in three early wrecks

Homecoming tuition battle changes rules

Aiken delegation split on leadership

DUI suspect in psychiatric hospital

Projects to save water underway

Cocaine located on I-20

Corps to alter shoreline plan early

Death to bacteria haunting

Juror: Knowing service record changes verdict

Alternative schools project discussed

Reaching new heights

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Dates of the Millennium: January 23

Supervisor suspended for misuse

S.C. politician remembered as versatile leader

Adding a little color

Readers' prisoner

Police name suspect

Tucker applies for new job

Youth hurt by gunfire

Local service advocates end to abortion

Trainees to learn skills

Dates of the Millennium: January 22

Responses fall within party lines

Garlic can help raise chickens

Bulls won't be on national TV

NBA notes: McDyess, Divac and Smith make up their minds

NBA schedule contains 50 games for each team

Ten is enough for Bulls' first Floyd practice

Rodman hints Miami, Orlando might be his choice

Agent: Rodman not yet ready to sign

Sharpe not expecting warm welcome in Miami

Reeves' former college coach serves as father-figure on Falcons staff

Success follows Chavous

Atlanta's dancing the Dirty Bird

Palmer hired as Browns coach

Atlanta has its own clutch quarterback

Falcons notebook: Falcons get good news on fullback

Kozlowski a perfect fit

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Mrs. Doris Tarver

Mr. J.C. Williams Jr.

Shykell Morris

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Milton Washington

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Mr. Edward Smith

Mrs. Glenda Steinmeyer

Mr. David Baker

Mr. Clarence Burley

Mr. Robert Owens

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'True character' found in icons of Southern history 012399 - The Augusta Chronicle

Wants stiff punishment for driver 012299 - The Augusta Chronicle

New speed curb 012399 - The Augusta Chronicle

Sees editorial page as informative 012299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Assails 'pro-Republican' editorial page 012399 - The Augusta Chronicle

Notes pornography in `garb of humor' 012299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Notes alcohol again brings grief 012399 - The Augusta Chronicle

Reminds women sex is 'private affair' 012299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Evangelist disappoints 012399 - The Augusta Chronicle

Offers words for 'Clintonites' to mull 012399 - The Augusta Chronicle

Brack opens defense of 1998 IRL title at Disney World

Tyson signs for another bout

Serena Williams a loser after controversial call

Warner, Diehl tied for lead

Wins by Agassi, Goldstein lead Americans in Aussie play

Funk fights wind, takes Hope lead

Western parade slated for Sunday

New warm-up pen a plus for cutters

Overtime: Penn State, Arizona in Pigskin Classic

Tech football staff undergoes changes

Futurity schedule

Atlanta Olympics organizers welcome investigation

Funk keeps lead at Hope Classic

Fishing report: Staying put way to catch a mess of Thurmond fish

Official admits to $70,000 IOC inducement

Backyard feeders give local bird-watchers a treat

Debut of `60 Minutes II' brings CBS victory

Club calendar

Video reviews

Exhibit sparks national unity through artwork

Forgive and forget the past

Spiritual inspiration drives singer, dance company

Church setting friendly to Chamber Jazz Series

Applause calendar

Concert connection

Chamber musicians feed off the artistry

Now's the time to launch battle against destructive winter weeds

TV networks battle for the elusive male audience

Pope's St. Louis invitation extended by an old friend

Coastal Grill to have variety

Celebrating 250 years

Macon exhibit honors black musicians

Mini reviews

`At First Sight' lacks a clear vision

Activist bishop urges justice for Indians and poor

Pope arrives in Mexico

Garden calendar

How did King David conquer Jerusalem?

It's all tastefully Italian at Mimmo's

Indian church will honor a man's love for his faith

Saddle up: The Futurity's here

Church bulletin

Winter gardens can be expressive

Russia to keep Mir station in orbit for three more years

Intel hearing delayed until March 9

Chip to help with online purchases

Duke joins N.C. State in wood chip mill study

Owner of DirecTV buying main satellite TV rival, Primestar

What's next: Free personal computers?

They're everywhere! What to do?

New Augusta guide available on Web

China imposes new restrictions on Internet use

Progress made toward tougher germ-warfare treaty

Energy Department to review study of plutonium risks

Creating a community of parents on the Web

Free PCs not so far- fetched

Microsoft: Monopoly Windows would cost $2,000

New microbes posing health risks to humans, marine life

Personal computing Q&A

USDA promises organically labeled foods will truly be organic

Web programs reward frequent clickers

Firm not yet feeling like Microsoft rival

Frequent-clicker programs emerging


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