WAGT-TV operations manager wins top ad award

Investors scoop up initial public offerings

Killer quake in Colombia leaves city without work

Lycos Inc. sports an unconventional image

Area may lead gas switchover

Contact tax-statement issuers if documents haven't arrived

IRS: 'Deceased' taxpayers needn't worry

IRS: Taxpayers with W-2s marked 'deceased' shouldn't worry

President wants boost in microenterprise support

Branch indicative of growth

Poll: Americans feel loss of control of health care

Additional business news

High-tech toys to be unveiled at Toy Fair 1999

'Latina' locates its niche

Savings plans need protection

Bodyguards see training as challenge

Barbie celebrates 40th year

Doctors, patients feel effects of HMOs increasing profits

Sneaker retailer scraps plans to keep using Super Bowl ad

Guards in training learn to shoot to kill

Unemployment stays low as new year begins

Instruction becomes physical

Broker admits swindling customers of $7 million

1996 law didn't drive price down

Business calendar: Estate planning session set

Job fair

ASU holds on to defeat Lander

Defensive effort is key in win

Augusta's Avery rides high for Duke

ASU seeks lead in conference

Top 25 hoops: Connecticut bounces back

Faggins leads USC Aiken to victory

Colorado's Manlove is suspended

Gamecocks served heads on a platter

No. 7 Maryland outlasts Virginia

SEC hoops: Unheralded Martin leads Tide to win over Kentucky

Tech makes No. 2 Duke work for win

Scientists come to terms with what's been done
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.

Old graves mark Revolutionary War heros
When Nick Crawford looks at the two sunken plots of earth between some houses in Columbia County's Maple Creek subdivision, he sees more than an old grave site.

Dates of the millennium: February 6
Today is Friday, Feb. 6, the 37th day of 1999. There are 328 days left in the year.

This day in the millennium - February 7
On Feb, 7, 1964, The Beatles began their first American tour as they arrived at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport, where they were greeted by thousands of screaming fans.

Dates of the millennium: February 7
Today is Saturday, Feb. 7, the 38th day of 1999. There are 327 days left in the year.

Young men served in Manhattan Project
Don Ebenhack was making TNT at DuPont's powder works plant in Kankakee, Ill., in 1943 when his boss called him into an office and asked whether he wanted to go on a secret mission.

Warren sweeps past Washington

Lady Wildcats, Josey boys win

Jackets top Bruins, but girls lose

Lions roar past Eagles in loud way

Lynx roll over New Orleans

NHL is bidding farewell to the Gardens

Lynx notes: Petterson likes goal-scoring binge

Hockey player suspended for season

NHL roundup: Flyers extend unbeaten streak

Storm struck area hard, residents say

State releases list of open board, commission posts

Lumpkin trial to begin Monday

Murphy ponders quitting

Famed church will continue to be a symbol

Fitness, wellness center considered

Black musical impact monumental

Size of Patriots Park gym to double

Intentions of pro-white group questioned in political arena

Plans to mine titanium end with signing

Officials say policy is working

Court post could soon see election

Orthodox Jews finding freedom with loophole

Bomb squad removes jar out of VA

Study claims city can save lots of money

Spring blooms

Young men served in Manhattan Project

Burglary, shooting suspects arrested

Rules on clinics tossed

Flu's worst may be over in area

Shootings unsolved year later

Old graves mark Revolutionary War heros

Plots give testament to history

Man lets workers study on job

Town trying to regroup one year after six killed

Lively extradited

Man shoots burglary suspect

Holdup suspect sought

Site affects area in different ways

Company snags old shoes

Web site chronicles dumb laws

Across the area

Sheriff's department cuts urged

Scientists come to terms with what's been done

Pop music now more diversified

Therapeutic horseback riding encourages students' learning

State Senate OKs proposal on transportation planning

Hopefuls' views on poker vary

Condon asks for Image Data contract cancellation

Preacher helps hungry all year long

Additional area news

Study: Agencies should merge

Recruits' guides say work OK

Hawks crush Cavaliers

Magic dominates Knicks

NBA hoops: Wizards rally to top Raptors

Buss 'doubtful' Rodman will join Lakers

Mighty Ducks zap Lightning

Mrs. Katherine Boyd

Mrs. Thelma Johnson

Mr. James Hughes

Mrs. Nancy Murphy

Ms. Hattie Carlyle

Mrs. Myrtle McDonald

Mrs. Ethel McGahee

Mr. Barney Graddy

Mr. David McKie

Dr. Elsie Driscoll

Mrs. Mary Bates

Mrs. Alveda Gilmore

Mr. David McKie

Mr. William Young Sr.

Mr. Hoyte Kitchens

Mrs. Bernice Bragg

Ms. Carrie Brown

Mr. Bertrand Hebert

Mr. Johnny Clark Jr.

Ms. Judy Tucker

Ms. Nellie Covington

Mrs. Lurlean Samuel

Mrs. Lucille Harrison

Mr. Jack Ranck

Mr. Charles Owings

Mr. Ben Everett

Mrs. Zellie Beall

Ms. Shirley Perry

Mrs. Faye Floyd

Mrs. Myrtle McDonald

Mr. Tom Thomas Jr.

Scathes judge's action in low bond 020799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Blasts GOP for seeking witnesses 020799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Raps Rhenquist for parliamentary fumbles in Senate 020799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Says deaths were 'murder,' not accident 020699 - The Augusta Chronicle

Praises work of welcome center staff 020799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Condemns teen 020699 - The Augusta Chronicle

Samaranch flunks medal test 020799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Column: Teen program rescues intimacy from trash 020699 - The Augusta Chronicle

Likes editorial on Lively case 020799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Comments on abortion, PC vocabulary 020699 - The Augusta Chronicle

Wants Clinton removed, imprisoned 020799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Welcomed AMCVB news 020699 - The Augusta Chronicle

Assails officials' Super Bowl antics 020799 - The Augusta Chronicle

End 'backdoor' tax 020699 - The Augusta Chronicle

Call mom! 020799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Wonders about Clinton supporters 020799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Wants sports columnist removed 020699 - The Augusta Chronicle

Applauds arts, entertainment coverage 020799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Skewers 'partisan' test of president 020799 - The Augusta Chronicle

German-based players lead U.S. over Germany in soccer play

Overtime: Robinson will return Starr award

Ritts resigns as LPGA commissioner

Winslette takes charge as pro at Houndslake

World-class shooter shares skills with officers

Thomson angler sixth in Okeechobee tourney

Atlanta already excited about hosting next game

Daytona notes: Wallace is now force at Daytona

Elway, White may be playing last game

Golf roundup: Former Jag Johnson leads Nike Florida Classic by 1

NFL notes: Edwards could miss entire 1999 season

Gordon captures pole at Daytona

Southern style hunting at Buckeye Plantation

Dennis Martinez retires

Tyson sent back to jail

Analysis: Tyson's career on the brink

Compliments for new No. 5 at Pebble Beach course

Stewart takes lead at Pebble

Shootout tournament kicks off today

Earnhardt still a winner

Hingis advances to semifinals, Davenport eliminated

Millwood ready for role as Braves No. 4 starter

Aaron Award to go to best hitters in baseball

Overtime: Lopez, Geddes get invited into U.S. Open

Augusta Arsenal is off to fast start

Korda banned from playing in homeland

Christians are called to act on their beliefs

Religion briefs: Stolen relics replaced

Best selling books

Romantic destinations set mood for Valentine's Day

De Mornay welcomes role in 'Hall of Fame' drama

Readers remain captivated by Nancy Drew

Helping hands

Etiquette lessons make politeness a social standard

Explorer says he's found biblical Mount Sinai

'Romeo & Juliet'

Bible scholar: Many peers miss out on Jesus

Fine arts calendar

Church bulletin

Creature may be dinosaurs' descendant

Greek Orthodox Church: No sex before marriage

Wedding showers not given by relatives

Conference opens window on missionaries' work

Soap actress likes stage challenge of 'Vanities'

Byte-size computer fortunes

Microsoft fails to take control of universal remote market

Computer aids driver's ed class

Report warns against mercury

Encarta Africana a fascinating resource

Fast-moving Lycos may be next takeover target

Use caution, Valentine

Microsoft forced to defend itself

Scans show damage of strokes as they happen

Proposed wine labels suggests health benefits

An off-road simulator without the monotony

Finding community in the Internet

It's time to try a software calendar

Glickman: Food system won't be disrupted by Y2K bug

Africana creators hatched plan 25 years ago

A ray of light in fight against elderly blindness

Court backs FCC decision on auction of wireless licenses

Blind man found sight to be confusing

Hot spots on the Net

Government to track Internet sales

'Space mirror' experiment called off

Extremely low cholesterol may contribute to strokes

Space race: How to weed your hard drive


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