Jordan fits in on club

Braves notebook: Braves see varied strike zone so far

Spring training roundup: Steinbrenner loses temper, Wohlers loses control

Braves notebook: Glavine glad his brother is getting shot with Braves

Cubs sign Nomo to minor league contract

Baseball pitchmen: More than their hearts on their sleeves

Pair of Braves released

Tigers topple Braves

Astros blast Braves

Klesko not showing pressure of replacing Galarraga

Clemens, Johnson ready for openers

Columbia County trustees to cut high school personnel

Additional business news

Money funds fell in latest week

Audit finds woeful federal bookkeeping

Japan limps to end of fiscal year with economy in tatters

Nissan is bringing back the Z-car

McKnight plans complex

Monsanto looks to new medicine

ATM fees lower in Georgia

Gas hike leaves Californians looking for relief at the pump

Contact lens makers seeing change

Stocks end higher as merger talk outweighs concerns about higher rates and war

Dow falls despite early gains

Growth anticipated for second quarter

GM's Saturn unit unveils its first midsize car

Survey: More than 90 percent of banks imposing surcharges

Contract dispute may leave patients without healthcare coverage

Strong economy seen across the board

Federal Reserve policy-makers considered taking back rate cut

Activists win victory in McDonald's libel suit

Downtown revives after decay
Downtown Augusta, born along the banks of the Savannah River in 1736, was definitely showing its age when it celebrated its 250th birthday in 1986.

Messages in bottles
Augusta-Richmond County Museum opens a new exhibit this weekend spotlighting the city's production and use of beer, soda, water and pharmacy bottles since the 18th century.

This day in the Millennium: April 1
1862: Augusta city officials offered $20,000 to the Georgia Ladies' Gunboat Fund.

This day in the Millennium: April 2
1865: Augusta's mayor formed a committee to help families of Confederate officers expelled from Savannah, Ga., by Union troops.

Flyers skate past Predators

Penguins tie Senators

Blues blank Lightning

This day in the Millennium: April 1

Ceremony honors police dog

North Augusta preparing to enter new century

Augustan sentenced to 20 years for forgery

Gambling rules might not change

Lottery fever is growing

Messages in bottles

Masters fans gather seeking entry badges

Chamber dedicates new offices

Athletes' Olympic spirit shines

City, EPD officials meet to discuss fines

Downtown revives after decay

Store owner may sue North Augusta over video poker machine

Train makes last run through Savannah

School bus driver may lose job

This day in the Millennium: April 2

Mark II theater closes its cinema doors after two decades

Condon: Removal not legal

Across the area

Head start may help adjustment

Officials request amends for fish kills

Woman arrested in chase

Police: Baby girl's cause of death still unknown

Special celebration

Police seek suspect for vandalism acts

Musher visits Mead Hall pupils

Columbia County trustees to cut high school personnel

Conference tackles violence prevention

Black workers ask to join suit claiming bias

Grand jury expresses concerns about center

Local taxpayers seek refunds

Shepeard reports shortage

County opposes control

Mayor names interim emergency agency director

Official weighs position 22222

Eviction possible for two squatters

Across the area

Planning commission denies rezoning

Official weighs position

Fergus Young, father of Augusta mayor dies at 79

Policy to control cheating

Jordan a Hornet player-owner? Not likely

Pistons rout Bulls

76ers top Heat

Dumars reaches milestone in win

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Mrs. Emma Wilson

Mrs. Alberta Mitchell

Mrs. Lula Moss

Mrs. Betty Rogers

Dr. Elbert Owens Jr.

Mrs. Annie Hammond

Mr. Enos Anthony

Mrs. Louise Woodruff

Mr. Edward Bruce

Mrs. Gladys Wise

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Mr. Detreich Leak

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Rev. Marshall James

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Mr. Roy Price

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Mrs. Ollie Smith Stone

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Mrs. Louise Henderson

Mrs. Ida Brihm

Ms. Helen Hudson

Mrs. Bessie Strickland

Mr. Washington Dowling Sr.

Mr. Handy Charlton

Mr. Lawrence Wallace Jr.

Mr. Willie Smith

Mr. Willie Isom

Mrs. Carolyn Hoke

Mr. Byrus Fowler

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Swimming tightens rules on drugs

Injury-plagued Irish still plan run at title

American Thompson breaks world mark in 100 medley

Bob Duval, like son, tries to clear major hurdle

Team orthopedist says Bure was destined for injuries

Harrick hiring a hairy move for Bulldogs

Harrick's flip-flop causing confusion

Labontes prove to be Ironmen

Furyk picks 'Fluff' to carry bag

Truckers chase $100,000 bonus

Overtime: Romanian trio of gymnasts remain in U.S.

April Fool's joke is on the Bulldogs

Duval prepares for the Masters

Fishing report: Midville getting prepared for 15th Redbreast Festival

Harrick changes mind, again

Harrick's about face could hurt recruiting

Harrick changes mind, again

Cross Creek wastes little time filling coaching positions

Overtime: Coetzer falls to Nagyova in Family Circle

Waldorf ties record at BellSouth Classic

Georgia hires Harrick

Dykes sprints past Lee in 100 meters

Falcons announce 1999 season schedule

Czechs stay perfect in European qualifiers

Medical company ties in to Internet fever

Marijuana may yield medicines, panel says

Concert calendar

Applause calendar

Health costs to keep pace with economy

Mini movie reviews

Many specialists, little relief for chronic pain sufferers

'10 Things' characters stuck in tired plot

When pain won't go away

Goo Goo Dolls show variety

Visual elements keep 'Matrix' interesting

Augusta on the rocks

Health capsules: Depressed bones

Hummingbirds coming this way

When pain won't go away

Garden calendar

Butterflies lured to gardens with local plants, weeds

Outback's huge steaks worth waiting for

'Futurama' may be next big hit for Fox

Club calendar

Emotional toll of infidelity

Video watch

Ramblin' Rhodes: Texas chick made trio click

Health and fitness calendar

Utility to lease vehicles

Former investment banker keeps OneMain.com rolling

Utah tribe fights state for right to build nuclear waste dump

Big step made toward growing replacement body parts

Astronomer helps pupils with rockets

Titles teach while entertaining

Taxpayers filing electronically, but slowly

Schools collect pagers, phones from students

FCC approves satellite TV deal

School officials confiscate pagers

HMO, hospital strike a deal

Official: most federal agencies Y2K compliant

Indian energy plant may grow profits

New database lets investors check out futures promoters online

Broadcast.com says yes to Yahoo!

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