Companies settle diaper dispute

Oil, gas producers get some relief

Program for elderly doesn't cover drug costs

Russian government proposes budget compromise

Ad man keeps message simple

Mortgage rates rise from six-week low

Many aren't getting lower rates for cable, phones

$121 million for California among state shares of extra gas taxes

HMO legislation moving forward in Congress

Fathers fear expressing work-family needs

Gun makers target lawmakers to fight off lawsuits

Data: Economy still booming

Federal Reserve opts for no change

Sell-off in technology shares sink markets

MCI WorldCom to offer local service in New York

Fair to match employers, workers

Cooperative to show its new facility

Goodyear and Sumitomo forge alliance

Brazil markets react calmly to new central banker

Industry recruiters seek incentives

$121 million for California among state shares of extra gas taxes

China tries to clean up troubled banks

Clemson stuns North Carolina

Georgia snaps five-game skid

Hurricanes sweep series vs. St. John's

Lady Bulldogs rally to down Gamecocks

Augusta State dominates USC Aiken

Paine beats Central for ailing captain

Dates of the millennium: February 4
Today is Feb. 4, the 35th day of 1998. There are 330 days left in the year.

Creativity, order able to work together, futurists say
Every period of history needs to produce a lot of bad art to yield a few great achievements. You can't be cost-effective and bottom-linish in the arts if you hope to end up with anything worth preserving.

Dates of the millennium: February 5
Today is Thursday, Feb. 5, the 36th day of 1998. There are 329 days left in the year.

Coming to terms
NEWTON, Mass. -- Making resolutions is generally a harmless habit, but it is one that is widely and wisely eschewed by those of a more analytic bent. Still, several left-brained friends could not resist chiming in when I asked them what scientists might resolve to accomplish in 1999.

Lawyer rose to political fame
John Forsyth served young country as diplomat, congressman, secretary of state under JacksonFrom Staff ReportsJohn Forsyth was considered the most accomplished Georgia politician of the early 1800s and one of the most able men in the young United States.

Augusta's Forsyth killed in line of duty
Robert Forsyth paid the ultimate price serving his country. The Augusta lawman and civic leader is remembered as the first U.S. marshal slain in the line of duty - he died Jan. 11, 1794 - in addition to being the father of John Forsyth, a Georgia governor and congressman.

Jackets seniors spell double-trouble

Lynx ledger

Bodtker seeks stability

Lynx down Stingrays

Lumpkin's jury nears completion

Bill raises penalties for assault

Lumpkin trial jury selection to begin

Bill has little opposition

Fire department will cancel airport contract

Youths charged in holdup

Judge says book was improper

DOT won't recall map that leaves off Augusta

Across the area

Coming to terms

Hospital: No layoffs budgeted

Lawyer rose to political fame

Bond rejected in child-porn case

Hearing of DUI suspect planned

Creativity, order able to work together, futurists say

City council reconsiders annexation

Man arrested during extortion sting

Clowning around

Haven for the grief-stricken to open in Milledgeville

Learning to ride

In memoriam

Attorney: Arrest was unjustified

Serving up Augusta

Gasoline costs similar in city to 1970s prices

Mental health advances discussed

Barnes scores big with farmers at meeting

School board to vote on search for chief

Augusta's Forsyth killed in line of duty

Projects for roads approved

Letter puts winter in perspective

Dates of the millennium: February 5

Gossip-sheet suspects demand jury trial

Burglar with long record receives life imprisonment

Drivers deal well with fog

Gasoline costs similar to 1970s prices

Bill lets drug offenders pay lab fees

Gripes aired on gas bills

Firm unveils headgates plan

Citizens group to curb violence

Group initiation

Magic counting on Penny again

Rodman's options appear to be diminishing

Lakers lineup might change in opener

A new Knicks team unveiled

NBA's shortened season begins today

Revamped Hawks are confident

Robinson not hiding at Pro Bowl

WWF Super Bowl ad raises groups ire

Pirates, Steelers stadium plans approved

Eagles, Phillies plan 2002 opening for new stadiums

Mrs. Geneva Thomas

Mr. John Molony

Mr. Terrell Jenkins Sr.

Mrs. Dollie Widener

Miss Tabitha Hawes

Mr. Charles Raye

Mr. Robert Williams

Mrs. Doshie Ruff

Hannah Taylor

Mr. Albert Lee

Mr. James Jackson

Mrs. Ellie Widener

Mrs. Shirley Isaac

Mrs. Sadye Berlin

Mr. Eddie Hall Sr.

Mr. A. Pierce Taylor

Mrs. Cora Johnson

Mrs. Beatrice Corson

Mrs. Virginia Plumb

Mrs. Mary Johnson

Mr. Theodore Coleman Sr.

Ms. Lushia Dorns

Rev. Harold Owens

Mr. David Hutto

Miss Juanita Sirmans

Mr. Roy Cunningham

Mrs. Essie McManus

Mr. Grady Johnson

Mrs. Elsie Davis

Mrs. Ida Williams

Mrs. Velma Hall

Mrs. Eleanor Lamb

Mr. James Ivey

Mr. Dowdy Shuman

Mr. Ira Williams

Mr. Eugene Hammonds

Mr. Martin Fossler

Mr. Starling Powell

Mrs. Lois Bohler

Mr. LeGrand Lamb

Miss Lorna Wigton

Mr. Ralph Harris

Mr. Levi Freeman Sr.

Mrs. Estelle Ledbetter

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Likes TV show; jabs Spike Lee 020499 - The Augusta Chronicle

Says alcohol tax politically impractical 020599 - The Augusta Chronicle

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Evans Middle a model 020499 - The Augusta Chronicle

Declares racism a reality, not excuse 020499 - The Augusta Chronicle

Accuses Clinton of lying to us again 020599 - The Augusta Chronicle

Defends USPS against media critics 020499 - The Augusta Chronicle

Denies feud exists over anesthesia 020599 - The Augusta Chronicle

Criticizes lack of murder charge 020499 - The Augusta Chronicle

Jennings sorry? 020599 - The Augusta Chronicle

Takes polls industry with 'grain of salt' 020499 - The Augusta Chronicle

Hits mayor for possible lobbyist choice 020499 - The Augusta Chronicle

Defends judge in Shayna Lively case 020599 - The Augusta Chronicle

Clemson signs top quarterback

May signs with Charleston Southern

Overtime: Aaron thinks homer record safe for a bit

Tiger, Costner, O'Meara and Junior give fans a show

Comeback kids Albert, Sprewell return together

Olympic official rips 'souped-up' McGwire

A happy day for coaches

NASCAR notes

Holtz lands plenty of local talent

Career home run king 'ecstatic' over fund-raising tribute

Georgia Southern adds to defense

South Carolina State signs 18 standouts

Georgia targets wide receivers

Georgia recruits top players

Rivalries punctuate Millrose Games

IOC jolted by membership revolt and drug stalemates

Late-starter Davenport wins first match in Pan Pacific

Tyson to learn Friday if jail awaits

Martin is sentimental favorite to win Daytona

Texas wins the recruiting wars

O'Brien sets sights on 9,000 points in decathlon

Duval still on course

Georgia Tech's winning season attracts talent

Elway won't consider Pro Bowl his final game

Bookies didn't have such a bad game

Fishing report: Bass fishing improving in Savannah below Augusta

Band tones down, makes room for melody

Club calendar

Italian dinner serves cuisine with musical flavor

Squirrel problem needs to be fixed quickly

Video watch

'Payback' features bad guy as hero

Health advocates try to drive wedge between golf, cigars

Applause calendar

Technology gives tremor sufferer new lease on life

One-act plays capture Southern humor's flavor

Smith recounts days in Augusta

La Cantina likes to warm you up

Loving alternatives

Garden calendar

Health and fitness calendar

Concert calendar

As experts debate C-sections, moms-to-be should have say

FDA recalls popular dietary supplement

Worn out by test, having a great time

Less than super Super Bowl still a winner for Fox

New therapies work as more learned about heart failure

Mini movie reviews

Forever in love with music

Health capsules: What you don't know can hurt you

Put zoom back into your old PC

Doctors stop AIDS treatment to control HIV infection

Mir's 'space mirror' fails to unfold

Microsoft recreates disputed video

Research panel critical of climate-observing systems

Researchers ironing out limits on plankton growth

Online brokerage ETrade offline again

Pluto's status as a planet is intact

Duo of boxing games a hit

Risky day trading now subject of popular comic strip

Mini digital camera

Tooth fossils shed light on ancient Florida

Russia concedes that Y2K bug is a problem

Mir's 'space mirror' to shine on cities in ex-Soviet Union

Injecting new drug into the brain reverses massive strokes

Microsoft tries to explain video debacle