Gas company plans to send refunds

Steelworkers lobby on Capitol Hill against imports

Additional business news

Additional business news

Developing nations' crises affect world

Primakov says Russia determined to work out IMF agreement

Burst of productivity should carry over into early 1999

End for sickout ordered

Africa trade bill getting early congressional attention

Canadian telemarketing swindlers prey on American victims

Approved treatment

Bank reports steady earnings

Plan to use surplus for Social Security criticized

Ford chief quiet on BMW deal

Judge dumps shareholder suit

House approves bill making it tougher to impose costs on businesses

American, pilots agree to resume negotiations

GOP plays down 10 percent tax cut

Car dealers take issue to Legislature

Biotech firm forges ahead

Jags one win away from title

McKie not enough for USC vs. Hogs

Above the rim

Ohio State en route to biggest turnaround

Seniors key Pacer victory

Deacons put Tigers in cellar

No. 7 Maryland tramples N.C. State

Fort Valley State punishes Paine men, women

Jaguars win division title

Maryland loses center Ekezie for season

Georgia Tech hopes for strong NCAA stretch run

This day in the millennium -- February 11
On Feb. 11, 1812, Massachusetts Gov. Elbridge Gerry signed a re-districting law favoring his party and giving rise to the term ``gerrymandering.''

A glimpse of history
PARRIS ISLAND, S.C. -- The soldiers of the Palmetto Battalion lined up in their gray uniforms, shoulder-to-shoulder, readying themselves for battle. With muskets clasped to chests, they pounded the ground in worn boots.

Area once home for writer
Little evidence remains that a Civil War-era poet praised as one of America's best sonnet writers lived out the last of his literary life in a cabin about 15 miles west of Augusta.

Clubhouse to receive marker
An Augusta golf landmark targeted for demolition just a year ago will be one of the first sites in Georgia to qualify for a bronze historical marker under a resurrected state program.

Rowing contests date to early 1800s
A century before golfers came to Augusta to chase little white balls for a green coat, rowers chased each other down the Savannah River hoping to win a silver serving tray.

This day in the millennium - February 10
Feb. 10, 1949, Arthur Miller's play ``Death of a Salesman'' opened at Broadway's Morosco Theater.

Westminster's Smaka burns Augusta Prep in playoffs

Edisto hands Barnwell first region loss

Josey looks for spark heading into tourney

Knights squeek past panthers

Lady Irish win ends Josey's repeat hopes

Canucks snap losing streak, beat Devils

Obsut in midst of breakout year

Canadiens top Penguins

Williams wants to share ownership of Lightning

NHL action: Hurricanes too much for Maple Leafs

Up in flames

Principal arrested on school campus

Barnes budgets funding for ex-neighbors

Housing development plan may stir protests

Pilots train in helicopters

Organizers are in need of volunteers

Senator wins surprising kudos from chamber

Housing board dropping request

Reading scores up in American schools

School wants CDC to help with rash

Judge bars entry into City Hall

Former lawmaker named to state Education Board

This day in the millennium -- February 11

Area once home for writer

Clubhouse to receive marker

Branching out

Carlisle rebuilding warehouse

Former meter reader claims city discriminated

This day in the millennium - February 10

Pet owners purchase health insurance for animals

Bill makes marshal elected job

Legalization of scalping moving on

Witness accuses Lumpkin

High Court will hear insanity appeal

Incumbents retain seats in primary

Vote allows complex to go forward

Conference recounts cases on segregation

Weekend freeze may threaten plants

Rowing contests date to early 1800s

Across the area

A glimpse of history

Panel OKs restriction on alcohol

Scouts' campaign gets big start

Study, fire chief urge more hiring

Lawmakers try to ease salt-water fishing regulation

Man says he heard sounds during killing

Moving business rolls homes to new locations

Georgians face 1-in-10 chance of going to prison

Magistrate dismisses litigation

Professor may be removed

House bill may raise fees for bail bonds

Authorities search for inmate missing from work program

Delta objects to commission transfer plan

Groups seek tough drunken-driving, bottle legislation

Study says population of marine fish dropping

Audit questions school official's expenses

GOP lawmakers push cut in car property tax

Family Y teaches abstinence

Additional area news

Spre-less Knicks look to old characteristics

Undefeated 76ers top Pistons

Hobbled Heat stumble at the start

Mrs. Bertha Owens

Mrs. Bertha Tallman

Mr. Henry Hillis Sr.

Mrs. Martha Williams

Mrs. Annie Evans

Mr. Hubert Atwood

Ms. Katharine Woolsey

Mr. George Hadden

Mrs. Myrtis Boddiford

Mr. Marvin Richey

Mrs. Martha Feeback

Mrs. Frances Jenkins

Mr. Rodell McMillan

Mr. Stanley Murray

Mrs. Joan Brown

Mr. Arnold Taylor Sr.

Mr. Hubert Atwood

Mr. William Wilson Sr.

Ms. Delores Abney

Mrs. Betty Dixon

Mrs. Inez Turner

Mr. Gilbert Ricketts

Mrs. Mary Harris

Mrs. Arbutus DiGregorio

Mr. Charles Tankersley

Mrs. Jewel Boatright

Mr. W. Harold Kearse

Kristienne Dixon

Mr. Oscar Lard

Ms. Lillian Gantt

Mr. Kenneth Gay

Mr. Samuel Williams Jr.

Mr. Leo Andrews

Mrs. Janie Wheeler

Mrs. Alma Reese

Hannah Williams

Mr. John Lambright III

Mrs. Frances Jenkins

Mr. Arthur Bryant

Claims 'common ground' for abortion advocates 021099 - The Augusta Chronicle

Seeks speedy trial in pornography case 021099 - The Augusta Chronicle

Assails Atlanta police roadblock 021199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Faults School Board's calendar choices 021199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Suggests slogan for the Clinton era 021099 - The Augusta Chronicle

Believes prayer influenced vote 021199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Ignore the polls; remove Bill Clinton! 021099 - The Augusta Chronicle

Claims liberal cover-up for Clinton 021199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Norwood jars Corps 021099 - The Augusta Chronicle

N. Augusta message 021199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Says 'pork industry' hurts environment 021199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Ethics report targets Welch, Johnson, finance chief

Variety and versatility the hallmark of Westminster dogs

Former Atlanta Olympic chief denies acting on bribe memo

Gardner touts 'The Red Sox Way'

Speedways embark on name game

Arts Calendar

Dunlop Maxfli fortifies its market

Manager has big-league dreams

Hughes hopes to follow in Kwan's boots -- someday

Tyson, with judge's OK, can fight while serving time

Art Exhibits

Disabled hunters may lose site

Special Events

ARC's Rashada, Rainey pick MTSU, S.C. State

Saints coach to get more heart tests

Ski chief calls for the 'courage' to change

Once-dominating Braves closer still battling to regain control

Millennium Club

New spot for NASCAR on radio

NFL notes: Bears replace McCaskey

Overtime: Morates bout scheduled at Fort Gordon

From chickens to champions?

Valentine's Day

Daytona notes: Skinner experiences turnaround

Agassi, Chang advance in Sybase Open

IOC promises to continue crackdown on corrupt members

Salt Lake awaits ethics panel report on bid committee

Dolphins interested in Giants' Wheatley

Golf notes: PGA Tour too hasty again in shortening Pebble Beach

Veterans show up in force

Overtime: De La Hoya facing tough opponent

Drivers make most of off-season

France's decision signals end of era

Encouraging kids to get a move on

'Shakespeare' and 'Ryan' dominate Academy Award nominations

Voluntary guidelines urge disclosure from diet industry

True love letters more an art form than a form letter

Jalapeno bread a sure winner


Consumer group calls for clot-buster recall

New dessert nabs recipe prize

Making Whoopie

Small portions

For calcium, there's nothing like milk

Freshness dates helpful to concerned consumers

Hip-hop series grabs corner of workout market

Edible romance

Vintage tunes inspire senior workout

Health calendar

Layer bars are a sweet for your sweet

New residency program teaches medicine managed-care way

Health capsules

Scientists: Birds half awake to avoid danger

SEC: Many companies not disclosing Y2K readiness

Companies add computer glitch to marketing pitch

Automakers see profits in selling off-lease vehicles via the Internet

Japanese agency to penalize Y2K slackers

U.S. says Russia's missile defense system deteriorating

Government: Microsoft 'bribed' its clients

Singled out

'Monica's Story' getting raves online

Government uses Gates e-mail to confront witness offering refunds for recommended books

Carriers offer Web-only discount fares

SRS seeks millions for repairs

SRS risks study has enough data

Web music is a free for all

High-definition anxiety

HDTV displays, yes, but no real sales yet