Job program gives students tips

Study cites employers' prejudice

Additional business news

Interest rates rise in Treasury auction

Equity revenues hit new high

Additional business news

U.S. rejects tighter links with other currencies

International fund manager betting on today's losers

Center gets new owners

Hodges seeking tourists

AT&T-TCI merger wins approval of FCC

Publisher of National Enquirer, Star to be sold

Virtual Volunteer expands reach

Scana to buy N.C. utility

Hodges seeking tourists

Blue chips rise on lower interest rates

RJR chairman: International tobacco business top priority

Wal-Mart surpasses expectations

Russian parliament's upper house approves 1999 budget

Dealership law encourages competition

Dealership law encourages competition

Virtual Volunter expands reach

Scana to buy N.C. utility

AT&T-TCI merger nearing FCC approval

Money for cotton growers approved

Consumers losing billions in interest

Across the area

American Airlines returning to normal

Delta to acquire regional carrier

RJR chairman: International tobacco business top priority

Japan moves to repair economy

Dress shop to close after 20 years

Natural gas providers warned: Keep rates simple

Judge grants delay in hearing against pilots

Senator surge past USC Aiken

Lions rally to down Dragons

Above the rim

Bulldogs fall to Kentucky

Brown coach will resign after season

Don't expect any area teams in Big Dance

No. 2 Huskies roll to win over Rutgers

Millennium bug problems likely to keep technology workers on job
ATLANTA -- Other Americans can look forward to blowout celebrations of the arrival of the year 2000. For many techies, however, New Year's weekend likely will be spent hunkered down in cubicles or at command centers monitoring computer systems for Millennium Bug problems.

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.

This day in the millennium -- February 18
On Feb. 18, 1861 -- Jefferson Davis was sworn in as president of the Confederate States of America in Montgomery, Ala.<=

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.

S.C. prep notes: Lady Hawks have high expectations

Jackets bounce back

Blackville-Hilda rolls past North

Green sparkles, Silver Bluff wins

Preserverance pays off

Basketball schedule

Big recruit Harvey brings game to area

Christian girls fall at Macon

Lindros has second shot to tie Flyers' record

He's no longer Mario Jr.

Across the area


Inmate requests new trial

Hospital awaiting decision

TV reporter's notes at odds with testimony

Teacher appreciation

Alternative school bill debate starts

Across the area

Businesses say fee discriminatory

Proper child seat use stressed

Testing of teen ordered

Psychologist pleads not guilty to charges

Job program gives students tips

Bush Field solution simple, mayor says

Senate softens up insurance mandate

Services mark start of Lent

This day in the millennium -- February 17

Barnes unveils plans to regulate insurance

Office wins brief reprieve

County sets utility fund

Judge lets challenge continue

Officials pursuing growth for airport in Myrtle Beach

This day in the millennium -- February 18

Baby derby contestants slow to start

Senate approves SAT classes

Fatal truck accidents increase across state

Smithsonian takes a new look at the promise of America

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

Hall County grapples with changing racial dynamics

Corps cleanup aid sought

Aiken to keep using Miranda reading

Millennium bug problems likely to keep technology workers on job

Lawyers focus on blue car

Carters' program memorable to teens

Deliberations continue in murder trial

Legislative deadline may block pay raise

Comparative politics

Video poker thefts net $500,000

Pointers offered for non-natives

Youngsters lobby for seat belt laws

Fight threatens airport project

Coronor denied test results

In the net

Cavaliers top Magic

Woman cannot mention other suits against Rodman

Lakers again beat Mavericks

Hawks slam dunk Bulls

Janet Windham

Mrs. Myrtis Lovett

Mr. Edgar Law

Mrs. Sarah Ard

Mr. Tywand Jackson

Mr. Edward Wilkerson

Mr. J. Donald Jordan

Mrs. Bertha Eidson

Mr. J. Allen Wammock Jr.

Mrs. Sharon Baker

Kyle Joyce

Mr. William Ussery Sr.

Mr. Ben Foulks

Mrs. Inez Dunn

Mrs. Louise Phillips

Mrs. Goldia Holiday

Mrs. Ruth Dixon

Ms. Fannie Allen

Mr. William Merritt

Mrs. Elfriede Rogers

Mrs. Helen Brown

Mr. C. Dickie Scott

Mr. Herman Kinard

Mr. Fred Benefield

Mrs. Marian Askew

Mr. Clyde Widener Sr.

Mrs. Jessie Goolsby

Mrs. Elizabeth Chandler

Mrs. Zearlean Rhines

Mr. Floyd Bowling

Mr. Ennis Gilmore Jr.

Mr. Earl Clark Jr.

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Broncos release safety Atwater

Aiken's Seawell has slow tour start

Ex-Lakeside star makes name as college `thrower'

Woods, Duval rivalry seems a natural

Bennett released by Falcons

Irwin, Pak could use a mulligan on this season


French sailor saved in heroic ocean rescue

Chipper wants past behind him

Dozier is lured by thoughts of fishing as a pro

Gibbs building NASCAR contender

Morales will headline fort fight

IOC official suggests ditching profit-sharing deal

Jeff Gordon looking for Winston Cup threepeat

NFL to decide in March on next franchise

NCAA names panel to study safety risks of metal bats

Edwards out for season after surgery

Skip Away wins Horse of the Year

Lineman fired after signing

Overtime: Fite gets 400th career victory

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

Getting a second opinion

Impotence controversy has bicyclists riding uneasy

Men's grip strength a disability predictor

Year of the Rabbit begins

Studies show no link between circumstances, happiness


Parent pressure cited in overuse of antibiotics

Breaking boundaries

Health and fitness calendar

Bicyclists reluctant to discuss problem

Health capsules: Brain power

Small portions

Study finds most enjoy middle age

Tarragon chicken is simple, deliciously fancy

Quick cooking with Karin

Search resumes for Amelia Earhart's bones

Medicare recipients rate HMOs

Study: Chocolate originated in Honduras

New study rethinks turtles' evolution

Company: Buyout will benefit SRS

Company profits by keeping kids away from online porn

News network, health site aligning

Wofford student runs neo-Nazi group via Internet from dorm room

Seals rely on sight, not sound, to hunt

Microsoft exec accuses AOL of aiding government case

Privacy groups seek broader support in fight over new Intel chip

British balloonists in round-the-world bid fly over Morocco

Compaq executive: We're not a Microsoft victim

Researchers say volcanoes ruled early Mars

Study indicates growth hormones' effect only slight

Y2K worriers ready for 2000

Possible new vaccine fights malaria throughout its life cycle

Pentium III chip offers advanced computer features

Government plays video to rebut Microsoft claims

Compaq buying Zip2

Pluto back in last place

Bone marrow transplants effective against weak immune systems

Rank: Nitrates put county at top


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