Sales calls targeted by states

Will 19th-century brewery toast next millennium

Restaurant tax challenge fueling race

People working more, enjoying it less

Duckhead goes digital

New service-sector jobs boost counties' economy

Business calendar: Mayor to speak at chamber event

Microbrews filling niche for drinkers

Through mixed news, Aiken prospers

Students get hands-on lessons

Know new taxes: Reformed laws can be confusing

Senators to examine concentration amid farmer outcry

Some CEOs see fun as risky business

Fund managers try to beat the S&P

Russia needs IMF to restructure debt

Post office: doing a pretty good job after all

Duke extended to 2 OT

Syracuse's McKie plan works

Patriots too strong in end for Pacers

Clutch shooting, defense lift Tar Heels past Deacons

Clemson's Whitt, Miller remain on suspension

Boston College adds to UConn's recent woes

Jags rough up Lions in City Classic

Yellow Jackets down sluggish Cavs

Stanford wins 13th in row

USC Aiken women fall

Clemson's Whitt, Miller remain on suspension

Ole Miss suspends Lockhart

Ole Miss suspends Lockhart

Lady Jackets upset No. 7 Tar Heels

Maryland edges Clemson in OT

Lady Jaguars romp over Lady Lions

Dates of the Millennium: January 25
On Jan. 25, 1959, American Airlines opened the jet age in the United States with the first scheduled transcontinental flight of a Boeing 707.

Dates of the Millennium: January 24
On Jan. 24, 1848, James W. Marshall discovered a gold nugget at Sutter's Mill in northern California, a discovery that led to the gold rush of '49.

Rules of war dominated 1907
An international conference on armaments and the rules of modern warfare was held in 1907 at The Hague, the Netherlands.

Church has roots in prayer gathering
What began as an 18-person gathering as a downtown prayer group has burgeoned to more than 4,300 members on 30 acres in west Augusta.

Hamburg was born out of sipe
If you've driven from Aiken County into Augusta, you've probably seen it. A small sign along U.S. Highway 1 in North Augusta bears a lone testament to a coastal settlement spawned by revenge and killed by the growth of the railroad that bore its name.

Westside defeats Evans in key game

North America wins NHL contest

IceGators whip Lynx 5-1

Canucks shakeup: Keenan out, Crawford in

Boats owners face difficult suit

Penalty changes unlikely

Preachers recall bad sermons

Area principals' pay below norm

Hamburg was born out of sipe

Dates of the Millennium: January 24

Scientist finds plant SOS messages

Augusta dodges storms

Alternative schools win over troubled students

Public Safety sells state's drivers license photos

Work plans to be displayed

Police dispatchers often train while on the job

Funds gone for cleanup of former military base

Generosity warmed holidays

Military weary of president

Child shot in face let out of hospital

Welfare reform hits home

Rules of war dominated 1907

IceForum gives some first chance to skate

Natural gas customers steaming

Readers bring Christmas joy to needy families

Cotton growers blame new seed for crop losses

Additional area news

Dates of the Millennium: January 25

Crowds attend parade

Confederate authors share Civil War tales

Governor's work on agenda begins

Alternative schools try to turn lives from wrong path

New grass may assist power plants

Russian comes for program

Church has roots in prayer gathering

Swinging celebration

1998 had lowest crime rate in years

Biologist studies tiny bird

Additional area news

Chicago, Charlotte lead losers in free agent game

Falcons 'touch down' in Miami

Judge scored first touchdown for Atlanta Falcons

Falcon fever hasn't peaked

Anti-sweatshop furor leading to new rules

'Dirty Bird Groove' a big hit with fans

Miami gets chance to polish its image

State goes cuckoo for Dirty Birds

Theme park offers thrills of the game

Illness doesn't halt Falcons fan

Elway MVP Broncos' goal

'Chronicle' story sparks Super Bowl tickets

Mrs. Dorothy Cart

Mrs. Gladys Coach

Mrs. Irene Newsome

Mrs. Daisy Nunnery

Mr. Leonard Knotts

Mr. Willie Hodges

Mr. Tommie Brabham

Mr. Luke Hebert

Mrs. Myrtle Mason

Mrs. Rosa Fulmer

Tanelya Williams

Mr. Phillip McBride

Mrs. Kimberly Moragne

Mr. Eugene Long

Mr. Lewis Dixon

Mrs. Stephanie Wingrove

Mrs. Marie Rhoden

Mr. William Thomas

Mr. James Lee

Mr. W.O. Schumpert

Rev. N.M. Murphy

Mrs. Stephanie Wingrove

Ms. Shirley Scott

Mrs. Edna Norman

Mr. Jack Palmer

Mr. Leonard Dickson

Ansley Day

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Seeks explanation for media bias 012599 - The Augusta Chronicle

Abhors Clinton's morals 'shredding' 012599 - The Augusta Chronicle

Claims headline writer missed point 012499 - The Augusta Chronicle

Says Clinton trial about the 'truth' 012599 - The Augusta Chronicle

Hits insensitivity of columnist's `joke' 012499 - The Augusta Chronicle

Defends position on Civic Center 012599 - The Augusta Chronicle

Says inflated salary not player's idea 012499 - The Augusta Chronicle

Blast writer's 'unholy comparison' 012599 - The Augusta Chronicle

Chides editorial on Aiken police 012499 - The Augusta Chronicle

Column: Gov. Barnes turning up heat in the House 012499 - The Augusta Chronicle

Blast 'uncharitable' requirement 012499 - The Augusta Chronicle

Mulls over millennium, abortion 012599 - The Augusta Chronicle

Slams message of Super Bowl ads 012499 - The Augusta Chronicle

Believes students' needs ignored 012599 - The Augusta Chronicle

Comments on 'unholy' comparison 012499 - The Augusta Chronicle

Hits theory of 'different standards' 012599 - The Augusta Chronicle

Use lobbyists judiciously 012499 - The Augusta Chronicle

Slams those using racism as excuse 012599 - The Augusta Chronicle

Salutes 'God's grace' 012499 - The Augusta Chronicle

Notes Flynt's help not needed 012599 - The Augusta Chronicle

Informs writers about Bible teachings 012599 - The Augusta Chronicle

Warns nation is in 'grave' danger 012599 - The Augusta Chronicle

Defends on-base school for fort 012599 - The Augusta Chronicle

Defends fairness of letters editor 012499 - The Augusta Chronicle

Column: Fort Gordon's contribution to CSRA more than compensates for new school 012599 - The Augusta Chronicle

'Death tax' discredited 012499 - The Augusta Chronicle

Warnell rides to record-setting victory

Dove society banquet slated

Cheever outlasts Boesel, wins Disney race for second time

Frost wins South African Open for second time

Olympic leaders oust six in Salt Lake bribery scandal

Things going Rapp's way in Classic Non-Pro event

What's next for McGwire? 75?

Recruiting notes: Georgia in running for Bell

Golf roundup: Funk leads Hope by one over Pate

Hawks' Miller still feeling low

Overtime: Sharp edges Ray for pole in Indy 200

High tech stuff helps Georgian find bass and win

Feiner got what he came for

Martin tops Korda in 5-set, 3 1/2 -hour Aussie Open match

Tar Heel dog trials champ

Recruiting notes: Georgia in running for Bell

Meg Mallon wins with 16-under total

Masters field in the 90s

Urmanov returns to championships

Riddle expecting Alotofote good for run to 5th title

Time of Futurity finals moved up by a half-hour

Duval shoots record 59 to win Hope

IOC leaders pledge action to reform host city selection system

DiMaggio in grave condition

Overtime: Augusta club team titlists for 15th year

Davenport-Williams showdown looms

Diary offers unusual view of Nazism

Pope calls on Christians to 'build a better America'

Co-workers must set boundaries

'Elizabeth' takes Golden Globe

Arts calendar

Best selling books

West Virginia offers winter wonderland not far from home

Secret operation may have saved nation

Dilbert on the tube

Saying goodbye to holiday pounds easy with healthy routine

Pope prods church into battling modern evils in the Americas

Local watercolorist in prestigious exhibit

Blue Train offers best of African travel

Experts on fence on handwriting analysis

Film site like listening in on girl talk

Gadgets, gizmos galore at electonics show

Sites offer DVD help for beginners

Software helps take the 'ugly' out of American traveler

Groups eye Intel boycott

You can scan for less than you think

Plants thwart pests by sending out distress signals

Tis the season for tax software, e-filing

What's next: Free personal computers?

High-pressure process purifies the oyster and shucks it, too

Finding files, directories on PC often confusing

Computers make check fraud easy

Gene might affect nicotine addiction

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