Braves notebook

DiMaggio funeral arrangements made

ARC makes short work of Irish

Braves notebook

Fehr has the answers

Ex-coach has no ill feelings

Torre leaves for cancer treatment

Private services befitting DiMaggio's quiet grace

Additional business news

Near miss for Dow 10,000

Houses passes stopgap bankruptcy protection for farmers

Oil prices rise again

Dow, S&P 500 set records

Brazil's economy boosted by austerity measure approval

Many offices still minefield for disabled

DaimlerChrysler ends Nissan talks

Retail spending records another strong increase in February

Study: Augusta wages match cost of living

IMF mission set to arrive in Russia for loan talks

Obstacles ahead for merger: Layoffs, management differences

Deficit climbs to record high

Congress, White House sympathetic to air passenger horror stories

Icahn wants RJR Nabisco broken his way

Campaigns under way to influence Social Security debate

German finance minister steps down

Stores will get new look

Group seeks funds for Golf Hall of Fame

Exxon, Mobil chiefs say merger needed to stay competitive

Mortgage rates hit 10-month high

Money funds fall in latest week

Future of jet firm discussed

Study: Welfare workers need education, training to escape poverty

Additional business news

Multinational companies say U.S. tax system harming competitiveness

NCAA will fight judge's ruling in eligibility case

ASU player in critical condition

Georgia's Jirsa fired

Toxey lives out father's dream

Lobos beat Missours in final seconds

Teams aim for Duke

Underpaid coaches earn settlement

Coaches share NCAA tournament experience

Umoh's success is product of heart

Dogs go flat against Tigers

Dooley drops ax on coach

Oregon puts end to Tech's season

Gonzaga takes out Gophers

Bolton leads Cougars in tournament play

This day in the Millennium: March12
On this date in 1960, a snowstorm blanketed Georgia and South Carolina

1913 saw progress on levee
Augustans saw signs of pro-gress in 1913 as construction be-gan on the long-debated levee on the Savannah River.

Writer recalls Graham interview
It turned out that the North Carolina-born and Southern-reared Rev. Graham had been an early leader in racial equality and civil rights. It was a fact he was proud to recall.

Struggling Lynx lose to Everblades

Penguins end losing streak

Olympic achievers

Committee narrows field to 3 candidates

Farmers receive extension to apply for drought relief funds

Gravel case ends with plea

Rarin' to go

Across the area

Autopsy: Infant alive at birth

This day in the Millennium: March12

Children visited by dogs

Peeler presses plan to decrease car tax

Suspect sought in fires

Bureau will hire temporary workers

MCG board upset by creation of panel

Census data critical to city's distinction

Across the area

Panel OKs policy for charter schools

Corps to fund tornado cleanup

Working in house draws out shared memories

Students arrested after bomb threat

Writer recalls Graham interview

Apron artisans

Cooling down

County officials trimming budget

SCANA to track school's utilities

Schools see shortage of substitute teachers

Lawmakers push issue despite veto

Plant fires four over marijuana charges

Panel puts pupil in alternative class

Investigators await autopsy of baby

First aid

1913 saw progress on levee

Future of jet firm discussed

Committee narrows field to 3 candidates

Waiting for candid camera

Man says he did as boss said

Woman gets award for her involvement

Council selects new police chief

House backs raise in salary for lawmakers

Man wants zoning for new event

Hawks fly past Celtics

Lakers gain hot shooter

Sonics top Bulls

Mrs. Lila Hart

Mr. James Ray

Mrs. Mary Walker

Mrs. Pola La Bossiere

Ms. Mary Southall

Mrs. Virginia Gleason

Mrs. Gladys West

Mr. Marion Kelly

Mr. Chris McNally

Mr. Ben Clements

Mrs. Lillian Jones

Mr. Wilson Allen

Mrs. Naomi Collier

Mr. James Riner

Mr. John Pitman

Mr. Joseph Neises

Mr. Arthur Harris

Mr. Michael Williams

Mrs. Johnnie Davis

Mrs. Frances Jordan

Mrs. Cora Flemings

Mrs. Grace Mobley

Mr. Zanie Jones

Mrs. Frances Felton

Mrs. Mary Lee

Mrs. Lois Wolf

Mr. John Smith

Mrs. Etta Peebles

Mrs. Flossie Brown

Mr. Harry Harvey

Mrs. Mattie Pendleton

Mr. Hoke Smith

Mr. Raymond Caron

Mrs. Lucher Smalls

Mr. Marion Toy Jr.

Mr. Carroll Sexton Sr.

Mr. George Kitchens Sr.

Mrs. Dorothy Roesel

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ASU's all business 031299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Column: Russians find blessings in persecution 031299 - The Augusta Chronicle

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Praises leaders in impeachment effort 031299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Claims justice part of God's character 031199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Holyfield could be getting to Lewis

Aiken Trials to test horses before season

One man's mountain is another man's bump

UGA makes ticket buying safer

Calcavecchia hopes to shake slump at Honda

Moraetes fights tonight

Masters gets rough

Amick sets sights on future

NASCAR's Amick begings third season of racing

Sutton takes 1-shot lead at Honda

Siler reaches semifinals

Blaney wins pole with record lap

NFL goes to the video tape

Cleveland's Dwight Clark on Couch workout: `Great'

Samaranch calling sponsors to 'allay fears'

Overtime: Ex-Olympian vows to make good on return

Graf, Moya advance in Indian Wells

Buser, Swingley setting pace near Iditarod midpoint

Rubin stuns Hingis in straight sets

Fishing report: Savannah stripers to stay protected

Prep notes

Football team name to be selected

Guidelines provide tools to detect teen drug abuse

Study: Deadly liver cancer on the rise

Maintaining fertility in face of cervical cancer

With care, home tomato plants can yield a plentiful crop

More people drawn to magnetic therapy

Garden calendar

Concert calendar

'Deep End' is uncompelling

Fresh brews can be found at Olderberg

Applause calendar

Health capsules: Fear of falling

Video watch

Association had humble beginning

Cultivate a friendly landscape

Singing came naturally to this lad from Ireland

Lewinsky special gives ABC a sweep

'Wing Commander' full of old cliches

Video watch

Restaurant a treat for eyes and palate

Choral performance lively, if not always clear

A garden of taste

'Young and the Restless' leads way in Emmys; Lucci up again

Lewinsky hops on the cashing-in bandwagon

Doggone difficult

Health and Fitness calendar

Ramblin' Rhodes: Lewis Family does TNN special

CDC says flu deaths exceeding estimates

Scientists identify diet-related obesity gene

Making virtual friends a gaming reality

Bill would restrict electronic junk mail

About 200 troops face dismissal for refusing anthrax shots

Movie theaters going digital

Software and hard liquor do mix

Unclaimed assets can be found on the Web

Microsoft steps up drive to get China online

House panel reviewing TVA tritium plan

Composite skin improves healing

Campaign seeks to reduce child deaths by adding vitamin A to diets

Foodborne illnesses decline for certain germs

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