Bryant helps Evans win

Braves notes: Perez makes grade; Chen goes to AAA

Strawberry will start season at extended spring training

Castro watches Orioles edge his Cuban All-Stars

Ligtenberg opts for surgery

Braves notes: Ligtenberg tired of waiting game

Miscues cost Hephzibah in loss to Patriots

Chen sent to minors; Cox names Perez No. 5 starter

With Orioles gone, what's on deck for Cuba?

Dow closes above 10,000

Strong growth, low inflation argue for unchanged interest rates

Sizemore a finalist for award

Report: Contract value declines

BP Amoco's bid to buy Arco may spur futher layoffs and consolidation

Investors promise better service, management at S.C.'s only minority-owned bank

Poverty motivated Chick-Fil-A founder

Top executives to tour city

Bank investors promise service, management fix

Former teammates to vie for title

Can UConn appease cynics?

Duke loses close shave in title bid

Duke favored by 9 1/2 points

Former teammates to vie for title

UConn wins championship

Moore makes championship stop

Duke's Brand, Vols' Holdsclaw Naismith winners

UConn answers doubts

Duke women reflect on great year

Once again, Tech scrambles to fill basketball scholarships

Can UConn appease cynics?

Title win wasn't pretty, but Purdue will take it

Duo brought team state title

Times change for former Pacers coach

Memorable NCAA matchups

This day in the Millennium: March 30
On this day . . . in 1867 U.S. Secretary of State William H. Seward reached agreement with Russia to purchase the territory of Alaska for $7.2 million, a deal roundly ridiculed as ``Seward's Folly.''

Doctors revolutionize century
A century ago, the standard medicines in a doctor's bag included arsenic, mercury and other things that could kill before they cured. When these didn't work, doctors might recommend mustard poultices to draw out imaginary poisons.

Watson called father of free delivery
With his likeness chiseled and sculpted in bronze, the statue to the memory of Thomas E. Watson stands guard in front of the gold-domed Capitol in Atlanta.

This day in the Millennium: March 29
1834: Martin Frederick opened a new confectionary store on Broad Street, a few doors from the Globe Hotel.

Playoffs begin next week

Lynx schedule playoff games

Hurricanes snuff out Lightning

Red Wings ground Flyers

NHL action: Oilers skin Sharks

Lindros suspended for two games

Officer works to 'weed out' criminals

Straight-party voting debated

Atlanta tops nation for jobs

Officials combat pollution

Civil rights groups question festival security

Watson called father of free delivery

Drug agent traces steps in downfall

Getting a trim

Historic Summerville house moved to new site

Critics: HOPE favors wealthy students

This day in the Millennium: March 29

North Augusta sues man for hitting oak tree

South may see more blazes

Facility turnover mulled

New owners take over drive-in

Police dog to receive funeral with honors

Crews clean up community

Cabbies call Fort Gordon service unfair

Prison name may soon change

Officials still mulling Gracewood facility

Barnes visits Augusta hospital

Panel split on spot for new animal shelter

Aiken gets ready for 2000 party

Marigold message

Guards catch two fleeing inmates

Election hopeful visiting Aiken today

Doctors revolutionize century

Office saving money

Partnership helping wetlands

Across the area

Lotza matzah

Group to honor physicians

Additional area news

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Augustan confesses to killing

Going for a sunny Sunday ride

Home front: Augusta artist heads to Hong Kong

Officers help build new substation

Marines soon may go shooting for deer

State GOP officials adjust to new role

Jordan a Big Boss?

Michael Jordan may become co-owner of Hornets

NBA action: Magic overcome 24-point effort

Hawks sqeek past Pacers

Mrs. Gladys Smoaks

Ms. Leila Hare

Mr. Elmore Kirkland Sr.

Mrs. Nora Moss

Mrs. J.B. Summers

Mrs. Thelma Williams

Mrs. Patsy Ellingson

Mrs. Wimberley Hitchcock

Mrs. Mattie Smith

Mrs. Sandra Walker

Mr. Robert Norman

Mrs. Nellie Jackson

Mr. Flemm Edenfield

Mr. Curtis Smith

Mrs. Mary Phillips

Angel Thomas

Mrs. Eunice Frazier

Mr. Charles Watkins

Mrs. Grace Jones

Mr. Henry Overstreet

Mr. Edward Towne

Mrs. Helen Anderson

Mrs. Willia Wright

Mr. Lonnie Fallen Jr.

Mrs. Rosa Cummings

Mrs. Fannie deBeaugrine

Mrs. Elizabeth Wiggins

Mrs. Ethel Tudor

Mr. Jerry Lafavor Jr.

Mrs. Mary Laramie

Mrs. Marcia Gossett

Mrs. Ruby Harper

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Duval's father enjoys moment on stage too

IOC to meet with sponsors for first time since special scandal assembly

Duval not pressured by field

Venus rises over Serena in Williams sisters battle

Rare finish: Gordon last

Pepper shatters record

Georgia's Donnan works to solidify his running game

Falcons sign two linemen, tight end

Labonte snags Texas race

Overtime: S.C. shrine honors McKie, other athletes

Clemson joins Gators' Scott in playoff wins

Overtime: No. 4 Owls trounced by USC Aiken

Duval ends arguments about No. 1

Audio best

Healthier with Rosie

Off the wall: Friendship has strong cleansing properties

The big screen

Toeing the line

R&B artist moves to gospel

Netchat: Freddie Prinze Jr. talks of heros and hopes

Xtreme calendar

Your style

Advice line: Love no excuse for abuse in relationshiip

Missile defense system tests fails for sixth time

Disney adds multimedia, e-commerce to Web site

Millennium countdown

Try right click here

Living on the web

SRS will miss federal Y2K deadline

Get creative with 'Barbie' CD-ROM and digital camera

3 games don't live up to eye-catching titles

Study says coal fires are poisoning millions in China

Virus infects thousands of computers

When a laptop computer is fair game

Microsoft explains reorganization

New items of interest

Take global tour via web cams

Diabetes drug Rezulin will survive federal restrictions


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