CEO has taste for the bizarre

Companies adjust for youth

Disney accused of putting image first

Florida derailment increases doubters

Investors gripe about trading over Internet

Picking on faith

In a ferment over labeling

Recent changes to tax laws can ease burdens for some

Business calendar: Planning for small businesses set

Rubin sounds sobering note at celebration

Regency's possibilities numerous

Boomer demand revs up U.S. motorcycle makers

On the move

McKie makes school history in win over Vandy

Columbus State smothers USC Aiken

Moore's defense helps UConn

Virginia manhandles Lady Tigers

Hoops notes: 'Cameron crazies' add new wrinkle to Duke lore

Mississippi State tops Lady Bulldogs

Georgia guard finds married life calming, on and off the court

No. 20 Indiana wins after 2 OTs

Avery, Brand lead Duke to ACC win

No. 13 Rutgers rebounds to beat Villanova

Lions beat Tigers; Paine women lose

Armstrong too strong for Augusta

Auburn hands UGA 5th straight loss

Bearcats reach 20-win mark

Kentucky rolls over LSU for its 300th win at Rupp

Dates of the Millennium: January 31
In 1840, A dinner honoring A.B. Longstreet on his retirement from the Bar to assume the presidency of Emory University.

This day in the millennium: February 1
On this day in1828 - The Augusta Theatre opened to a crowded audience.

Taft visit memorable in 1909
Augusta had a distinguished guest in the winter of 1909 -- William Howard Taft, who was inaugurated as president in March.

Rights for All: From suffragettes to King and beyond, more than a dream
ATLANTA -- Four-year-old Jabari Flemings is gazing innocently up at a television monitor when his mother, Glenda, swiftly steps between him and the flickering image and gently nudges him along.<

Millennium could put politics back in it's place
President Clinton's impeachment trial, however brief, reminds us that one thing to sort out before the new millennium begins is the relative roles of law and politics.

Escaping debt takes sacrifice
One of the most painful aspects of buying on credit is paying off the bill.

Equities remain smart investment

Seven steps lead to financial independence

Probate court deals with wills

Seven steps lead to financial independence
Each of this guide's seven sections includes resources such as Internet sites, books or seminars to help you find more information about each topic.

Escaping debt takes sacrifice

Budgeting not easy, necessary, some say
Although painless budgeting sounds like an oxymoron or the title of a best-selling book, financial experts say it can be done.

Independence requires plan

Insurance costs vital to budgets

Disability plans protect income
Sure, your medical plan will help pay for life-saving hospital surgery after an accident or an illness.

Independence requires plan
When Dan and Ann Barnes moved to Augusta about 2 1/2 years ago, they wanted to get their financial house in order. They wanted to pay off their student loans, buy a house, save and invest some money for their retirement.

Smart savers keep future in mind

Probate court deals with wills
Judge Isaac Jolles deals with mortality everyday.

Insurance costs vital to budgets
Pay some now or pay a lot later if something bad happens.

Smart savers keep future in mind
Congratulations. You've set your goals and budgeted your expenses. Your savings account now holds up to six months' income in case the unexpected happens.

Equities remain smart investment
Most financial experts consider equities the place to be if you're looking for the best long-term return on your investment.

Disability plans protect income

Budgeting not easy, necessary, some say

Dublin spoils it for Laney teams

Stewart sparkles as Spartans win

Coyotes swarm Predators, 5-1

Lynx notes: DeSantis ready for fresh start

Hockey notes: Crawford may have some Keenan in him

Hurricanes 3, Canadiens 1

Penguins rally to down Montreal

Predators 3, Devils 2, OT

Roads bear grim fatality rate

Taft visit memorable in 1909

Jury vindicates gaming company

Charity's volunteers find work gratifying

Judge rules family wrong to kill cattle

Lottery drawing pays $10.3 million on Cash 3 number 888

Officials end season for shrimp

Beasley gives awards

Millennium could put politics back in it's place

Course teaches conservation

Business sees profit in fewer accidents

Hodges evaluates panels

Owner of water plant faces trouble in states

Additional area news

Rural schools see cut

Rights struggles defined century

Recalling early days of Falcons

Residents fight to save area

EPA negotiates cleanup costs

Troubles spread in wake of controversial plant closing

Capital murder trial again set to begin

Nurse leads at military hospital

Researchers train bugs to sniff out explosives

Additional area news

South Carolina man finds hobby in snake collecting

Residents question county improvement procedures

Serpent show thrills spectators

Dates of the Millennium: January 31

State plans Governor's Mansion renovation

Falcons fan living out her dream

Soldiers face new standards

Moon rocks aid pupils' science lessons

Hodges considering plan to lift video gambling's $125-a-day winnings cap

Workers hastily clean up civic center after Futurity

Officials wait for Barnes to take reins of agenda

Ex-officer continues job search

Man's dollhouses recall history

Activists opposed to zoning

Rights for All: From suffragettes to King and beyond, more than a dream

Georgia lawmakers often have to juggle jobs

NBA title race open with Bulls no factor

Hawks knock off Hornets again

Layoff toll may be heavy for NBA players

Hawks' Ellis is glad to be settled

Media blitz culminates with pregame shows

Shanahan ready to start on next season

Broncos win: Surprise, surprise

Falcons, Broncos head to head

Jamal's personality meshes with ability

Hall of Fame elects Taylor, omits Guy

Davis may be the best, but still improving

Ex-Hephizihab star Marshall witnessed feud firsthand

Falcons backers pack venues in Augusta to view big game

Elway's other job is captain of industry

Police use tear gas on post-Super Bowl crowds

Falcons savoring moment in the Super Bowl spotlight

'The Augusta Chronicle's' Super Bowl XXXIII Preview

Graphic: Falcons, Broncos head to head

Bandwagon for Falcons gaining fans

Local fans keep faith at big game

Road to the top not on map

Broncos repeat as champs

Falcons demise began on 'HIV Row'

Former coach believed

Taylor sacks Hall of Fame writers

Graphic: Bread and butter plays

Falcons notes: Miami paper reports Broncos vs. Vikings

Falling short doesn't ruin Falcons' rise

Chandler could provide Atlanta's advantage

Super Bowl notes: Time was running out

Team must guard against the slide

Falcons fans flock to buy season tickets

Super repeat won't guarantee Broncos' place

Great Americus hero

Fox nearly missed big play

Denver aims for dynasty

Fox ups the advertising ante

Falcons set to soar

Always under the knife

Mr. Robert Hays

Ms. Lillie Nealious

Mrs. Callie Baughman

Mrs. Marion Davis

Mr. Walter Kelley

Mrs. Mary Sanders

Mrs. Maggie Strickland

Mr. Asa Hadden

Mrs. Janie Burroughs

Mr. Edward Rabun

Mrs. Gladys Walker

Mr. William Hughes

Mr. Frank Fiery

Mr. B. Wayne Byers

Mr. Donald Benson

Mr. William Shelton Jr.

Mr. Joseph Reeves Jr.

Mr. Charles Guin

Mr. Willard Miles

Mr. Lee Goldman

Mr. Harold Byrd

Mrs. Eulalie Smiley

Mrs. Louise Dumont

Mrs. Bernice Moss

Mr. Charlie Nimes

Mr. Horace Connor

Mr. Warren Berry Jr.

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Blasts 'arrogant' GOP for stalling U.S. government 013199 - The Augusta Chronicle

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Doubts high marks for Postal Service 013199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Helms gets tough 020199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Questions 'high rating' for Clinton 013199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Declares recalls are front-page news 020199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Notes cochlear implant is last resort 013199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Down the drain 013199 - The Augusta Chronicle

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Skier Ertl frustrated with No. 2

Samaranch decries 'rubbish' of personal attacks

Ganong a forerunner for women's super-G

Futurity notes: Top two riders miss event

Swiss adjust to new IOC rules

Hatcher gives recruiting a final push

Notre Dame contemplates life in the Big Ten

Sanders takes Non-Pro

Mauresmo open about lifestyle

Hendrick aims for fifth title

Puerto Madero upsets favored Silver Charm

NASCAR notes: Big money on line in Daytona 500

Daughn rides to Open title

Newberg: Job is 'labor of love'

Irwin wins Senior Skins

Slaney drug case hearing postponed

Mediate leads Phoenix by 6 shots

Butyrskaya to challenge Kwan at worlds

Signing day draws near

Luck plays major role in Rolex 24

Daughn pulled off win in last event

Field trials still benefit from Lamar Mobley's legacy

Overtime: Ex-stars eye purchase of Oakland club

Puerto Madero spoils day for Silver Charm

Moceanu moves from Houston to train for 2000 Olympics

Soccer star wanted to stay home

Overtime: English team to compete in Shootout

Mediate wins third title, first since 1993

Kafelnikov captures Australian title

Film series takes viewers off beaten path

Fine arts calendar

Best selling books

Beverage dilemma has simple solution

The Pizza Challenge

Hochschild's detailed account of Congo holocaust compelling

Gobi Desert hides mysterious creature

Celebrating art

Debutantes presented at Augusta Cotillion

New drama proves Long is more than just laughs

Harvesting the bounty of computers

Preparing for power emergencies

Experts to research Dead Sea Scrolls

Life on the Web: Be careful what you say about your employer

Hearings to decide fate of SRS waste

Customers left prey to cyber-scams

Hunting for disgraceful games' saving grace

The digital dilemma

VA doctors to deal with pain as a vital sign

A search with googly eyes

What's hot: New items of interest

USB ports seek to cure 'Wintel' peripheral problem

A stationery guide to word processing

Answers to Computer Questions

Inquiring minds want to know

Court upholds child porn law

AIDS virus came from chimpanzees

Cyber warrior's public crusade for privacy