Jones starting to reach potential

Yankees, Nets to merge teams into one company

Arizona finally gets speedy Tony Womack

Ripken, Belle differ on whether 'The Streak' will last

Maddux puts family first

Braves notebook

Stanley front-runner to succeed Vaughn

Bonds reports 'late,' citing new daughter

Teammates pull practical joke on Clemens

Koufax makes annual spring training visit to Mets

Braves notebook

Reader's Digest seeks to put name on credit cards, insurance

Hilton opens 5-star hotel in Hanoi

Scented suit sales soar

Airport projects attract cargo, passengers

Lycos merger panned by Wall Street

Economy began year growing at rapid clip

'Venture capital' loans approved

Delta still screening applicants

Medicare recommendation's delayed

Additional business news

Donors pledge $470 million to Cambodia

Ford rolls out monster sport utility vehicle

Shopping center gets a face lift

Georgia's trade reps talk up overseas opportunities

Russian lawmaker accuses Central Bank of illegal investment

Stocks continue to fall

Premier: China's economy to grow at least 7 percent

Higher rates haven't impacted consumers -- yet

Bingo company settles lawsuit

GOP struggles with list of tax proposals

Company will aid small businesses

Russia's oligarchs looking for government help

How low will gas prices go?

Economy ends year at breakneck pace

Deadlock at EU summit hampers expansion plan

'Know your customer' plan draws criticism

Yeltsin, Chinese premier seek to boost declining trade

Home care workers unionize

Clemson, S. C. seniors close disappointing seasons

ASU hoping for tournament bid

Paine keeps rolling

Lions upend Tigers

Duke plays the role of favorite for ACC crown

This day in the millennium -- February 26
On Feb. 26, 1919, Congress established Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona.

Lincoln's birthplace challenged
LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- If a story often told by a retired North Carolina educator were true, the history books about Abraham Lincoln would have to be corrected.

This day in the millennium -- February 27
On Feb. 27, 1933, Germany's parliament building, the Reichstag, caught fire. Blaming the Communists, the Naziz used the fire as a pretext for suspending civil liberties.

Youthful Thomson beaten by Jordan

Lady Rebels topple Tift

Lady Raiders squeek past Lady Wildcats

North Augusta enters playoffs Thursday

Lady Hawks top Lady Trojans

Briarwood takes on Trinity for GISA Class AA title

Barnwell swings into playoff action

Augusta Christian faces tough foe

Laney ousted in overtime

Local Georgia teams in tournament play

Lynx beat Grrrowl in final seconds

Lynx come up big against Stingrays

Expulsion considered over weapon at school

Increases: Democrats back raises

Augusta bookkeeper pleads not guilty to theft charges

Youth sailing teacher faces child molestation charges

Academic Decathlon team aims at sixth consecutive state title

Warning siren plan proposed

University toughening anti-cheating policy

Aiken's dream team

Sale of photos divides board

City manager upholds officer's firing

Lincoln's birthplace challenged

Barnes bowing out of battle over dam

Group revives history

National search set for superintendent

Winds spread controlled fire

Police evict black farmers

Credit may affect auto insurance

Judge sentences man to four life sentences

Misfortune of others eases pain

Firm offers fund-raising plan

Scientists discover process

Development won't hurt recreation

Across the area

Teacher salaries take top priority

Former officer calls firing retaliation

Bill pushes birth-control coverage

Georgia prison escapees captured in Missouri

Woman facing charges

This day in the millennium -- February 26

Youth center struggles to pay its bills

Golden Harvest walk to gather money, food

Panel passes bill to block plan to pump river water

Rappelling part of training

Isakson resigns as chairman

Hodges' proposal laid out

IRS probe delaying tax returns for some

Man gets probation in VA gun case

Left trash can sparks $50 fine

Children learn to volunteer

Across the area

Convicted shooter gets 25-year sentence

Agents raid tax business

Apartment vote awaits Greer trip

Commissioner meets with public

This day in the millennium -- February 27

Savannah venue won't gate revelers

Hospital starts off 1999 well

76ers top Bulls

Mrs. Mildred Bell

Mrs. Nettie Stembridge

Mr. Robert Dorsey Jr.

Mr. William Joe

Mrs. Mary Lloyd

Mr. Robert Drayton

Mr. Oscar Carpenter Sr.

Mr. Luther Twiggs

Mr. Allison Lamberth

Mrs. Ivory Leverett

Mr. Tom Jones Sr.

Mrs. Noby Smith

Mr. Osborne Fail

Mr. Ronald Brady

Mr. Eddie Mathis Sr.

Mr. Jacob Brown

Mr. Jerome Crawford

Mrs. Thelma Coleman

Mrs. Margaret Seymour

Mr. Hilly Porter Jr.

Mrs. Mary Williams

Mr. Gaynor Screws

Mrs. Dorthea Dawson

Mr. Wade Richardson Sr.

Mrs. Monica Dawkins

Mr. Elijah Lightfoot Sr.

Mr. Robert Auvenshine

Mr. Leonard Plunkett

Mr. Rembert Busbee

Mr. Henry Kirkland

Mrs. Julia Miller

Mr. Troy Caveness

Mrs. Ida Williams

Mr. Robert Rockholt

Mallory Shackelford

Mr. Robert Jordan

Mr. Quinton Dixon

Mr. Frank Heslen

Mrs. Ethel Drake

Mrs. Anne Benson

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Maggert stuns Woods in Match Play

Ban to help spawning fish

Palmer to cut back on Senior Tour

Salt Lake looking to tone down IOC perks during games

Spreading the Word

Overtime: Clinton Junior College invades

Overtime: Barnwell taps Garrick for football coach

GymDogs pair winning with showmanship

CART plans big payday in Hawaii

Moraetes, Mitchem prepare for battle

Moraetes prepared for Saturday's bout

Fishing report

Falcons agree to terms with Calloway, Kuberski

Denny Nissley has 9 kids, 1 bus and a mission

Latinos' newfound faith strains old Catholic ties

Underworld of '8MM' is only for strong

Don Pablo's has taken care of Lent diets

Growing in Spirit is a daily challenge

Simon play has tears and laughter

Church bulletin

Video watch

'The King and I' graces Bell stage

Play emotionally muted

Agnostic father, Buddhist monk son write book of belief

Concert calendar

Anthology of great sermons revisits the Fundamentalism wars

'ER' viewers send NBC soaring to top ratings

Garden calendar

Willcox Inn satisfies appetite for romance

It's tilling time

Many shrubs ready for pruning

Suspect with satanic impulses confesses to burning churches

Trumpeter quick to sound charge

Mission seeks to heal mind, body, soul

Club calendar

Mission of charity

Applause calendar

NBC transports 'Alice' to a lavish Wonderland

Latino congregation spurs growth of Pentecostal church

Mini movie reviews

New Spanish Bible aims to speak volumes

Fertility woes double risk of testicular cancer

Hurricane hunter airplane plunges into Nor'easter

Black health workers fight exploding AIDS racial divide

More than 3 million young people got HIV last year

Woman likely donor in Japan's 1st brain-dead transplant

Dial-up calls ruled interstate calls

New diaper prevents and treats rash

SRS cleanup uses new technology

Concerns remain about HCFA and Y2K

Three SUVs roll over in government crash tests

Toddler's death highlights problem of backroom pharmacies

County schools ready for Y2K

Government to protect satellite phones in foreign countries

HHS recommends cigar warning labels

Group to file complaint against Intel

Nuclear fuel transportation a key issue


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