Clothing company to be split up

U.S. investigates movie theater practices

Italian hosiery maker to employ 300 in Newberry County

Lawmakers OK compact that fixes milk prices

Additional business news

Biggest and best technology stocks gain

Stroh gets out of beer business

American cancels 400 more flights

Georgia Tech's trek back

North Carolina blows away Florida St.

No. 19 Auburn 66 rolls over Arkansas

Saturday games out for Terps recruit

Women's hoops: Lady Bulldogs fall in upset to Kentucky

Tar Heels show some offense

Rifles next hurdle for Jags

Lady Tigers topple FSU

Augustans fought for MCG in 1910
Movement from Augusta's downtown to the suburbs began showing in the U.S. census of 1910.

Gin holds seeds of history
LINCOLNTON, Ga. -- After years of rotting in an old plantation barn in Wilkes County, the wheels of a 19th century cotton gin are spinning again outside Lincolnton.

Augusta spared for military reasons
Perhaps one of the most important chapters in Augusta history concerns a visitor who didn't come to town.

This day in the millennium - February 9
On this day in 1943, the World War II battle of Guadalcanal in the southwest Pacific ended with an American victory over Japanese forces.

Statue created as chance for service
NEW ORLEANS -- Mexican artist Enrique Alferez wanted to become a Marine, desperately.

This day in the millennium - February 8
On Feb. 8, 1973, Senate leaders named seven members of a select committee to investigate the Watergate scandal, including the chairman, Sam J. Ervin Jr., D-N.C

Glenn Hills defeats Greenbrier

Evans fights off Lakeside 52-50

Richmond Academy tops Burke County

Blues top Panthers

Lynx fall to Lizard Kings

NHL roundup: Avalanche top Stars

Sharks blank Coyotes

Triple Crown legwork in full swing

This day in the millennium - February 9

Barnes' bill includes possible tax increase

Career center improves vocational skills

February frolic

Officials approve utility agreement

Gin holds seeds of history

Detours to last until Masters

Statue created as chance for service

Director enjoying new job

Gift ban possibly ignored

State House OKs deal to control milk prices

Georgia Assembly packs its schedule

Wiretap plagues local congregation

Celebrating King's legacy

County doesn't increase charge for extrication

Attorneys' views vary on use of death penalty

Local board seeking increase in members

Study, grant pose conflict for police

State Supreme Court to decide on townhouse permits by river

Additional area news

State Supreme Court to decide on townhouse permits by river

Smuggling suspected in thefts

Second casino boat nearly ready to sail

Towns team up for Valentine postmarks

Pupils taught safety

Governor plans tax exemption

Newspaper ad calls for racial harmony

Schedule has mayor hopping

Gang involvement possible in shooting

College starts fund to buy new swan

Campaign to curb teen smoking underway

Lumpkin trial begins

Across the area

Plans continue for new airport terminal

Atlanta's Smith, others fined by NBA

Mrs. Mary Bowman

Mr. George Carter Sr.

Mrs. Patricia Dillon

Mr. Francis Greene

Mr. James Henley

Mr. Dewey Reese

Mrs. Edna Knudsen

Mrs. Frances Hollingsworth

Mr. Jesse Beard

Mrs. Helen Brown

Mr. William Alexander

Mr. Ansel Hughes

Mrs. Emilyn Morris

Mr. Sidney Price

Mr. Edward Durand

Mr. James Rhodes

Mr. Delma Tanner

Mr. John Cofer

Ms. Margaret Meyer

Mrs. Lois Boyd

Mrs. Mary Burgess

Mr. Walter Bates

Mrs. Edna Dyson

Mr. Corey Hair

Mrs. Gladys Carpenter

Mrs. Mary Evans

Ms. Sherry Kight

Mrs. June Benzow

Mr. Tracy Bentley

Mr. Larry Land

Mr. J. Edwin Glisson

Mrs. Annie Smith

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Tyson's lawyers weigh appeal

Johnson at center of trade talks

Sorenstam, McCray, Montana among SI swimsuit models

Stewart awarded Puddle Beach win thanks to rainout

Clemson has "concerns" about Auburn series

Overtime: Jaguars beat Eagles for first victory

At Westminster, top dogs head to pasture

Martin wins Bud Shootout

South Carolina whips Coll. of Charleston

Former ASU golfer wins Nike Tour event

This cricket performance gets India's a-10-tion

Middle Valley tops Augusta

Stewart is the driver to watch in Daytona 500

Greene comes close in world record attempt

Comic book creator bought 70th home run ball

Hingis reclaims top spot from Davenport

Meadowlands 'voice,' a compulsive gambler, sues track

AFC dominates in Pro Bowl

Cleveland looking for talent in expansion draft

Falcons player charged with money laundering

'Payback' scores; Audiences resist 'Irresistible'

Can two cookies a day keep the doctor away?

TV loads lineup for Valentine's Day

Off the Wall

'1999' repeats in your ear

War games

Age old questions

The circus brings out the kid in everyone

Love match?

Xtreme style

The big screen

Net chat

Xtreme calendar

Audio best

Advice line

Have your Net and privacy, too

St. Louis student wins contest with name "Terra"

IBM, record industry testing pirate-free online music technology

Using free software for a test drive

Delta offers cheap 'Web Fares'

Math makes for clearer image of scanners

Virtual Playstation, real lawsuit

The hidden art world of computer microchips

Wholesalers, manufacturers compete for customers on the Web

NASA launches comet chaser

Redguard is swashbuckling fun

What's hot: New items of interest

Cosmonauts on space station complete re-docking move

Spreadsheets aren't just for accountants

Company to give away 10,000 computers

'South Park' plays it for laughs, not for kids

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