Industry ads: Wine is fine anytime

Virtual Volunter expands reach

Workers remove last signs of JB White

Japan moves to repair economy

Consumers losing billions in interest

Natural gas providers warned: Keep rates simple

Japanese stocks rise for third trading day as dollar falls against yen

Interest rates rise in Treasury auction

Wal-Mart surpasses expectations

Additional business news

AT&T-TCI merger nearing FCC approval

International fund manager betting on today's losers

'Hometown bank' continues expansion

Dress shop to close after 20 years

American: Service getting back to normal

RJR chairman: International tobacco business top priority

Additional business news

Blue chips rise on lower interest rates

After Euro's debut, residents eager for cash and coins

Delta to acquire regional carrier

Dealership law encourages competition

Job program gives students tips

American Airlines returning to normal

Hodges seeking tourists

Money for cotton growers approved

Scana to buy N.C. utility

Publisher of National Enquirer, Star to be sold

USC Aiken honors five seniors tonight

Brown coach will resign after season

No. 2 Huskies roll to win over Rutgers

Senator surge past USC Aiken

Jaguars may share title

Above the rim

Hall County grapples with changing racial dynamics
GAINESVILLE, Ga. -- As customers hustle in and out of the Western Union nestled between the Fuente De La Salud health store and a unisex hair salon, Toni Martinez eagerly helps them process their orders.

Smithsonian takes a new look at the promise of America
WASHINGTON -- From the Northeast's industrial revolution to the long struggle back from slavery and the social challenges facing immigrants, a new Smithsonian Institution exhibit chronicles the promise of America.

This day in the millennium -- February 17
On Feb. 17, 1801, the House of Representatives broke an electoral tie between Thomas Jefferson and Aaron Burr, electing Jefferson president. Burr became vice president.

Integration rarely extends beyond office or classroom
By the 1970s, civil rights activists had managed to successfully integrate schools, businesses and government agencies. Nearly 30 years later, that integration rarely extends out of the office or classroom.

This day in the millennium -- February 16
On Feb. 16, 1862, during the Civil War, some 14,000 Confederate soldiers surrendered at Fort Donelson, Tenn.

Jackets bounce back

Region playoffs to begin in S.C.

Islanders, Lightning tie in overtime

He's no longer Mario Jr.

Refund rules skew indigent care costs

Mayor's note backs airport funds shift

In the net

Inmate requests new trial

Charges against jailers unfounded

Aiken to keep using Miranda reading

Overturned

Youngsters lobby for seat belt laws

Barnes unveils tax-limit plan

Video poker thefts net $500,000

Comparative politics

Hall County grapples with changing racial dynamics

This day in the millennium -- February 17

Coronor denied test results

Alternative school bill debate starts

Fatal truck accidents increase across state

Fight threatens airport project

Baby derby contestants slow to start

Across the area

Officials pursuing growth for airport in Myrtle Beach

Bloodstains ambiguous in Lumpkin trial

County sets utility fund

Coverdell promotes Republican agenda

Job program gives students tips

Lawyers focus on blue car

Smithsonian takes a new look at the promise of America

House OKs $500 million midyear spending plan

Retrial begins in fatal shooting

Integration rarely extends beyond office or classroom

Skaters learn from hockey players

Businesses say fee discriminatory

Corps cleanup aid sought

Senate softens up insurance mandate

Sale of photos slipped past lawmakers

Across the area

Conflicts aided by loopholes

Office wins brief reprieve

Greenery survives cold snap

Judge lets challenge continue

Pointers offered for non-natives

State-of-the-art vehicle to give rural health care

North Augusta to expand water plant capacity

Officials seek end to agency

Carters' program memorable to teens

Hawks slam dunk Bulls

Rodman remains out of sight

Woman cannot mention other suits against Rodman

Miami tops New Jersey

Cavaliers top Magic

Mrs. Elizabeth Chandler

Mrs. Inez Dunn

Mrs. Zearlean Rhines

Mrs. Mamie Brooks

Mrs. Goldia Holiday

Mrs. Jessie Goolsby

Mrs. Tina Wist

Mr. William Westerman

Mrs. Helen Brown

Mrs. Hazel Salmon

Mrs. Lynette McKenzie

Mrs. Glenda Frank

Mrs. Ruth Dixon

Mr. Ben Foulks

Mr. Floyd Bowling

Mr. William Merritt

Mrs. Sophia Clayton

Mrs. Marian Askew

Mr. Ennis Gilmore Jr.

Mr. D.A. Mason

Mr. Earl Clark Jr.

Mr. Herman Kinard

Mrs. Myrtis Lovett

Rev. Walter DiFrancesco

Mr. Edward Goldman

Mr. J. Allen Wammock Jr.

Mr. Tywand Jackson

Mrs. Louise Phillips

Mrs. Cynthia Gray

Mr. Elijah White

Mr. Edgar Law

Mr. James Moore

Mrs. Gladys Nichols

Ms. Ruby Martin

Mrs. Ollie Key

Mr. J. Donald Jordan

Mrs. Annie Scoville

Mrs. Jessie Goolsby

Kyle Joyce

Calls Clinton supporters `hypocrites' 021799 - The Augusta Chronicle

No foreign commanders 021799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Defends use of troops in bomb tests 021799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Warns of 'emergency' executive orders 021699 - The Augusta Chronicle

Hits `undignified' editorials, letters 021799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Wants to impeach the GOP 'Bozos' 021699 - The Augusta Chronicle

Urges action before water ban needed 021799 - The Augusta Chronicle

U.S.-Canadian relations a model for friendship between sovereign nations 021699 - The Augusta Chronicle

Growing gang threat 021799 - The Augusta Chronicle

High-tech for Augusta 021699 - The Augusta Chronicle

Blasts 'no' votes in removal trial 021699 - The Augusta Chronicle

Praises emergency services director 021799 - The Augusta Chronicle

A star is born 021699 - The Augusta Chronicle

Claims I-20 deaths were 'no accident' 021699 - The Augusta Chronicle

Defends Burnettown mayor with satire 021799 - The Augusta Chronicle

NFL to decide in March on next franchise

Overtime

Around Alone yachtswoman capsizes in storm in southern Pacific

Reds rescind facial hair ban

Marv Albert signs with Turner Sports

Thornhill hopes to repeat season

Irwin, Pak could use a mulligan on this season

The Kid won anyway

IOC sending letters to members implicated in Salt Lake

Capriati loses as Graf steals show in Hanover

Jeff Gordon looking for Winston Cup threepeat

Paralyzed ex-football player takes a few exhilarating steps

Overtime: ECHL names Pettersen week's best

Area college baseball outlook

French sailor saved in heroic ocean rescue

Dozier is lured by thoughts of fishing as a pro

Edwards out for season after surgery

Skip Away wins Horse of the Year

Golf: Pair noted for match-play skill

Lineman fired after signing

Rodman remains out of sight

IOC official suggests ditching profit-sharing deal

Steinbrenner angry at Strawberry for skipping signing sessions

Year of the Rabbit begins

Drug interaction may be deadly

Breathing life into `Shakespeare'

Search resumes for Amelia Earhart's bones

Age old questions

Study finds most enjoy middle age

Tarragon chicken is simple, deliciously fancy

Killer flu of 1918 may have been around for years

Costner's 'Message' knocks off 'Payback'

Quick cooking with Karin

Off the Wall

When it comes to motorcycles, women also want to be wild

Cool performances

Celebrex pain medication looks like a blockbuster

Senior calendar

Small portions

Audio best

Isn't it romantic?

The big screen

Adviceline

Xtreme style

Hollywood's youth movement comes of age

The future is staring students in the face

Scientists ponder if solar system a rarity

Company profits by keeping kids away from online porn

Possible new vaccine fights malaria throughout its life cycle

Getting personal

Site gives you know-how on stuff

New study rethinks turtles' evolution

All-in-Wonder not all wonderful

Privacy groups seek broader support in fight over new Intel chip

Government plays video to rebut Microsoft claims

Compaq buying Zip2

Compaq executive: We're not a Microsoft victim

Seals rely on sight, not sound, to hunt

The first Internet blockbuster: The Intern and the President

Pluto back in last place

Man with transplanted hand hopes proceedure will become commonplace

New study refutes suggestion Neanderthals could talk

Study: Chocolate originated in Honduras

News network, health site aligning

Poor air quality puts highway funds in danger