Baseball barrier falls: Orioles to play in Cuba

Schuerholz had tough decisions in Boone trade

Baseball notebook: Caminiti lifts Astros' spirits

Braves payroll designed to win

Maddux far from perfect Sunday

Young becomes highest-paid Pirate

McGwire hits first spring home run

Braves notes: Graffanino impressive

If Cepeda is elected, Rice should be, too

State OK would hasten projects

Business briefs: Cameron & Barkley sites earn ISO 9002 designation

Tupperware tries fresh strategy

Sweepstakes industry under assault

Mortgage rates pose no problem

Business calendar: Marketing seminar to be held

Farmers finding no more fat to cut in cotton fields

Bike messengers need a brake -- or do they?

Company takes pedaling out of riding bicycles

Decline in euro's value dashes officials' hopes

House speaker promotes individual investment

Expansion of trade boosts port construction

Art caskets rising in popularity

Radio operators consolidate

'Business Chronicle' hits stands Monday

Georgia, Clemson women to be NCAA hosts

Duke sprints past Wolfpack

UConn rolls in Big East

Avery leads Duke past Heels

Georgia, Tech Clemson in NIT

Auburn returns to tournament with big bang

Kansas 53, Oklahoma St. 37

Kentucky wins SEC tourney

Austin advances to NCAA

NCAA tournament seeds unveiled

Avery had 'big game' initiation in Augusta

NCAA tournament seeds unveiled

Kentucky owns Georgia Dome

No surprises among No. 1 seeds in women's tourney

Wildcats top Auburn Tigers

Clinton slips past Aiken Tech

Lady Tigers' Davis makes the right career decision

NCAA women move toward neutral first-round sites

SEC notes: Ellis not worried about seeding

Bon Air a comfortable retreat for wealthy
Twenty-odd years after the War Between the States, Augusta was beginning to get back on an even keel.

Walton's influence permeates Augusta
George Walton's name graces one of Augusta's most prominent streets, a Georgia county and numerous other institutions because 223 years ago he signed it on the Declaration of Independence.

Historians look for old black newspapers
COLUMBIA -- Researchers at the University of South Carolina hope the public can help them locate old issues of a weekly black newspaper that historians say was one of the most important in the state's history.

Georgia preps: Marietta wins in OT

N. Augusta roughs up Bearcats

Lady Hawks, Lewisville play Tuesday

Thrashers GM hustles to build NHL franchise

Lynx defeat Miami in start of Florida tour

Lynx notes: Rezansoff not surprised by Pettersen

Columbia County nears 100,000

Walton's influence permeates Augusta

Project collects records

Sign ordinance outrages international officials

Center ties rehab to faith

Families ask for road closing

SLED will investigate dog shooting

Tree law leaves some out on a limb

Flames destroy Aiken house

Rural area lacks health care

Cost to recycle is high

Legislators hurry as deadlines near

Additional area news

New rules threaten Irish festival

No legislation slated for cocaine-addicted babies

Work to make access easier

Students ponder what Turner will say to graduates

State debates bill offering option in institutional care

S.C. voters key to picking GOP presidential nominee

Artist's work is therapy

Police arrest three on forgery charges

HMO change pushed

Home front: Man nuts about shelling business

Frost still threatens strawberries, peaches

Execution coverage dwindles

Ponds sought as rowing venue

Program provides support

King's historic church moves to new building

Analysts will visit Edgefield property

Weekend jail system troubled

Young stompers

Agents are trained in Brunswick

World-renowned singer will make hometown debut

Senator won't give support

Old days

Lawmaker plans bill to end electric control

Wide load ahead

Downtown deputy on parking patrol

Grand event

HMO complaints relatively few

Woman dresses concrete goose every day

Bon Air a comfortable retreat for wealthy

S.C. wages stay below par

Additional area news

Magic score late to stop Pistons

Wizards outlast 76ers in OT

Iverson has score to settle with talkative NBA stars

Pacers cool Heat, 85-72

Hornets' Cowens quits

Lakers whip Jazz 97-89

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Mrs. Charlotte Crick

Mrs. Ora Heldt

Mrs. Marie Mereday

Mr. Otto Kendrick

Mr. Lynwood Thompson Sr.

Mrs. Arline Oellerich

Mr. Roderick Turnbull

Mr. Charlie Ruffin

Mrs. Mexie Crittendon

Mrs. Ginger Miller

Mrs. Rosa Patterson

Mrs. Vera Grimaude

Mr. Colin Harrell

Mrs. Elizabeth Carter

Mr. Frederick Nipper

Mr. James O'Connell

Mr. James Johnson

Mrs. Eleanor Hanson

Mr. George Anthony Sr.

Mr. Robert Fountain Sr.

Miss Jennifer Krauss

Mr. Walter Bowman

Mr. George Ferguson Jr.

Mr. Robert Dawson

Mr. Johnny Thompson

Mrs. Evelyn Nash

Mrs. Vivian Southern

Mrs. Vera Grimaude

Dr. Gordon Kelly

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Ex-Clemson golfer now PGA official

Gordon, Martin looking for momentum builder

N.C. angler wins Top 150 tourney

England's Phillips wins Portuguese Open

Putting yips helped lead golfer into fishing world

Elkington snares Doral victory

John Bickerton uses ten birdies to move into lead

Madison Square Garden heaven for heavyweights

Overtime: Augusta State ends Ospreys' win streak

Jeff Burton wins battle of brothers in Las Vegas

Winning in overtime

NASCAR notes: Hubert surprise qualifier

Clemson spring drills begin under Bowden

Mr. Perry tournament set for next weekend

Kraft holds two-shot lead

Nothing is routine in game of golf

Golf notes: Fluff appears to be on his way out

Overtime: Prep golfers in Classic at Woodside

Dye to oversee Harbour Town restoration

Serena Williams upsets No. 2 player in world

Double gold for Gebrselassie, Szabo

Young Orban wins tournament

Sampling some wild fare

Arts will need help in the new millennium

Caribbean's undiscovered spots offer quiet vacations

Country legend George Jones critically injured in auto accident

Amateurs on ice

Record number of U.S. tourists expected in Europe

Artist shows Augusta through art's eyes

Orchids can be a passion, obsession for collectors

Spells didn't bring luck, good fortune

Ask Carson

Best selling books

Bioterrorism is realistic threat in new Cook book

Stanley Kubrick, 70, movie director, dies

'Porgy and Bess'

Drilling holes in heart with laser relieves severe chest pain

Movie technology advances

PlayStation kids' titles from subline to second-rate

Dog brain surgery gets more common

Companies increasing control over e-mail

Keeping in touch via the Internet

Bypass genes: With viruses or without?

British balloonists land in Pacific

Much of world takes techno moniker

Intel now in antitrust spotlight

The long, winding road to Windows 98

Fixing broken hearts

Mormon church plans to put family history archive on Net

NASA trying to save satellite spinning out of control

Disk repair software a must-have for Macs

Insomniac learns why he can't take favorite show to bed

Software number could be used to trace electronic documents

Internet makes it easier to reconnect with long-lost friends


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