Teammates give McGwire TV appearance thumbs-up

Braves notebook

Evans' no-hitter defeats Greenbrier

Cather confident after surgery

Gant accuses La Russa of racism

Braves notebook: Wohlers up to speed

Yankees' starting five throw together for first time

Position not a first for Klesko

Additional business news

Teens losing interest in Levis

Dollar hits high against yen

Mutual fund investors must be protected, regulators say

Court sides with FCC in dispute with 'Baby Bells'

Truck deaths renew call for safety measures

Deadline near for job tax

Greenspan: U.S. economy is surprisingly robust

Survey: Job market to slow in Augusta

Want to buy a mall?

Levis will lay off 871 workers in Valdosta

Consumer confidence up for fourth straight month

Levi Strauss to close 11 plants, slash 5,900 jobs

Additional business news

Pinkerton to be acquired Swedish company

Coca-Cola partners with Peruvian soft drink company

Telecom Italia shares jump after takeover bid

Columbia/HCA's earnings disappoint

Dow close to record high

Many options open to new mall development

Russia agrees to cut steel exports to U.S.

Sundstrand to be acquired by United Technologies

County development officials balk at incentives

USC Aiken ousted in overtime

Jaguars win in overtime

Court rules for NCAA in sex-bias case

Augusta State advances to semifinals

This day in the millennium -- February 24
On Feb. 24, 1868, the House of Representatives impeached President Andrew Johnson following his attempted dismissal of Secretary of War Edwin M. Stanton; Johnson was later acquitted by the Senate.

This day in the millennium -- February 23
Suribachi, where they raised the American flag. In 1822, Boston was granted a charter to incorporate as a city. In 1954, the first mass inoculation of children against polio with the Salk vaccine began in Pittsburgh.

Military Park offers history and economic boost
VICKSBURG, Miss. -- Today it is a tranquil place of marble monuments and weathered cannons, a far cry from the bloody fighting on these rolling hills that killed thousands and brought a proud city to its knees.

Jackets blow out Hornets

State playoffs begin today

Team has grown stronger through season

County museum features three eras
The Augusta-Richmond County Museum offers a visual timeline of Augusta's black history.

High school, third place: The Voice of Velvet - Jessye Norman
In 1945, Jessye Norman was born in Augusta, Georgia. She was one of the five children produced by Silas and Jane Norman. Her parents believed that their family focus should be on church and school. Their children were required to go to school.

Gallery highlights black artists
The Morris Museum of Art is honoring Black History Month by dedicating a special exhibit to three Georgia African-American artists and by kicking off a new educational program to teach children about black history.

Middle school, third place: Martin Luther King
Martin Luther King was born in the year 1929. He was a United States clergyman and civil rights leader. King became the nation's most prominent spokesman for equal justice for Black Americans.

Essayists honor local figures
Students from area high schools and middle schools showed their respect for local African-American figures by participating in the Black History Student Essay Contest.

High school, first place: Butterfly McQueen
Many important and influential people have passed through the great city of Augusta, Georgia. In my opinion, one of the most important is Butterfly McQueen.

Middle schools, second place: Springfield Baptist Church -- An Impact on Black History
Founded in 1787, Springfield Baptist Church is the oldest independently formed black Baptist Church in America. It is also a place with one of America's most interesting histories.

Middle schools, first place: Dr. Charles G. Larke
Dr. Charles G. Larke is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Larke. He was born in a small rural community of Kathwood, South Carolina. He has contributed to Richmond County, Georgia in many ways.

High school, second place: Amanda Dickson
Amanda Dickson was famous for becoming the richest black woman in the South. She was the daughter of a rich plantation owner and was legally a slave herself when she was awarded the money through her father's will. There was some controversy over this, but she got the money and settled in Augusta.

Financial advisers need ties of trust
Finding the right financial adviser is critical.

Museum follows educator's footsteps
The Lucy C. Laney Museum of Black History provides a wealth of information on the life and times of Miss Laney and encourages the appreciation of black art.

Success has hurt the Lynx

Blackhawks fire Graham as coach

Panel guts pet projects in budget

Middle schools, first place: Dr. Charles G. Larke

Financial advisers need ties of trust

Program closes communication gap

Lumpkin guilty of murder

Ted Turner to address graduates

Airport board OKs transfer

Taxes, regulation planned for video gambling industry

Council lacks new petitions for annexation

Contamination source found

'48 Hours' moves women to bail out murder suspect

Southern signs are in the stars

This day in the millennium -- February 23

Stiffer rules on animal wastes sought

Superintendent to get to respond to external audit

Hospital patients may be moved out

Legos help students build for future

Across the area

Driver released on bond

Studies will help city plan more projects

Window treatment

Inn's cereal to be marketed

Task force to emphasize litter education

Aiken hospital settles in sexual assault lawsuit

This day in the millennium -- February 24

Gallery highlights black artists

County museum features three eras

Jury weighing Lumpkin's fate today

State's forest acreage grows

Thurmond unfazed by attention in Clinton trial

Citadel lawsuit delayed

City may privatize its wastewater plant

Home: Complaints investigated

Across the area

Official blames racism in health gap

Barnes pushes health agency, consolidation

Military Park offers history and economic boost

Prison van crashes

Middle schools, second place: Springfield Baptist Church -- An Impact on Black History

Officials approve fee raises

Buffalo Soldiers re-enactors ride to preserve history

Columbia County starts work on director posts

Forum tackles policies

Bill may loosen teen penalties

Treatment plant may snag river development

Tax reduction plan approved by House

Jury finds man guilty of stabbing, kidnapping

Survey shows forest acreage grew slightly

Essayists honor local figures

Museum follows educator's footsteps

Body found in area pond may be missing resident

City council approves waste contract

Middle school, third place: Martin Luther King

High school, third place: The Voice of Velvet - Jessye Norman

High school, second place: Amanda Dickson

Man walks with cross 400 miles

Pistons drive by Raptors

Hawks fall to struggling Bulls

Van Exel says Lakers may be making big mistake

Mourning up to old tricks in Heat's win over Wizards

Rodman moves closer to joining Lakers

Mr. Marion Holston

Mr. William Henderson

Mr. George Turman Jr.

Mrs. Catherine Heffernan

Mrs. Alberta Shedrick

Mr. Derry Green

Mr. Grant Stephens

Mrs. Annie Bird

Mrs. Helen Howard

Mr. Henry Wilson

Mr. Junior Roberts Sr.

Mrs. Marguerite Maloney

Mr. Jack Browning

Mr. W. Mitchell Flint

Mrs. Reba Dempsey

Mr. Danny Newman Sr.

Mr. Reginald Ramsey

Mr. Benjamin Martin

Mr. Jimmy Anderson

Mr. Jackson Thomas

Mr. Donald Smith

Mr. Arthur Lamb

Mr. Arthur Lamb

Mr. Willard Moore

Mrs. Louise Wolfe

Mr. Samuel Singfield Sr.

Mrs. Doris Durand

Mr. William Smith Jr.

Mr. Abe Watson

Mrs. Virginia Chapman

Mr. Forrest Royal Jr.

Mr. Leon Perkerson

Mrs. Dorothy Stevens

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Calls Democrats `Party of Deceit' 022399 - The Augusta Chronicle

Denies River Watch lights synchronized 022499 - The Augusta Chronicle

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Urges movement beyond Senate trial 022399 - The Augusta Chronicle

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Says GOP moderates held hostage 022499 - The Augusta Chronicle

Slams `childish behavior' over airports 022499 - The Augusta Chronicle

Muses that `friendship' is difficult 022499 - The Augusta Chronicle


Semi-pro football opens doors in Augusta

Braves notebook: Wohlers up to speed

Ali's daughter following in his footsteps

Javelin change wipes out Joyner-Kersee's heptathlon record


Tyson could lose privileges for jail outburst

Olympic sponsors concerned about openness

Evans' no-hitter defeats Greenbrier

Ravens to adopt new helmet logo

IOC inquiry to end this weekend

Tommy Delutz Jr. holds onto National Championship lead

Slumping Faldo has high hopes for Match Play

Match Play has Tiger fired up

Cather confident after surgery

Salary caps make sense

Tyson to go it alone during hearing

Actress ready to leave 'Home' after eight years

Light version of Lazy Daisy Cake reduces fat content

Age-old question: Power bars not source of health

30 years later, the subject is still sex

Jewel of the diamond

Small portions

The people's pharmacy: Mixture of oils offers winter comfort

Faking it

The senior calendar

Study: Risque conduct rampant on cable wrestling shows

Higher temperatures tenderizes meats

Baked pudding a tasty hit

Celebrity skin

Supermarket shopper

High school, first place: Butterfly McQueen

Marketers targeting U.S. teen-agers more

Xtreme style

Xtreme audio: Chart toppers

Xtreme calendar

Xtreme screen

Net chat: J.C. Chasez from 'N Sync

Veggie value

Xtreme advice: Respect is important part of a relationship

3Com agrees to buy Andover company

Online today

MTV, Nickelodeon to expand Web presence

Campaign underway against IV bags made of PVC

Microsoft employee contradicts top executives

Study: Classrooms are wired, but teachers unprepared

White House chief confident of Y2K solutions

CompuServe gets a new look

Internet options for booking flights are expanding daily

Program promotes job ideas

AOL kills neighborhood marketing plan

Russian money woes may end Mir missions

U.S. rejects Hughes satellite export

Acer to stop in-store computer sales in U.S.

Jones: Deal will close in March

Microsoft witness was doubted by Gates, too

Treatment cuts deaths from cervical cancer in half

`Cybersquatters' ordered to surrender domain names to Microsoft


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