Starting over

Johnson-Brown matchup tops openers

Braves set opening day roster with no surprises

Padres 7, White Sox 4

Vaughn the star attraction for Reds' opener

Twins 8, Cubs 6

Red-hot bats help Jackets win pair

Baseball opener historic

Braves notes: Wohlers looks sharp in return to Atlanta

Braves begin season confident

Good teams made of better cash

Klesko looking to put questions to rest

Red Sox, Royals start season on Monday

Athletics 15, Giants 3, 5

Mariners to play final opener in Kingdome

'Stunt man' Harris to start for Rockies

Castilla's coming home, and Mexican fans hope he'll homer

Manager reflects on coaching MJ

Blue Jays 11, Royals 7

Developer helps shape Evans

Shopping center sees fast growth

Fools offer tips for investing

Listening can solve problems

On the move

Car dealers join forces -- sort of

Land of opportunity

Q&A: Mullins sees what develops

World commerce goes bananas

Teams gaining ground

Land of opportunity

Swanson turning up heat in market for TV dinners

Business briefs: Spinoff company buys shopping center

Finding work is tough for disabled

Internet may redefine service

Owner stresses manners

Firm dresses up, not down, at week's end

Presentation is firm's focus

Mission Statements as a Management Tool

Choices abound for contact lenses

Pfaltzgraff heeds consumers' tastes

Gen X seeks satisfaction

Gen X seeks satisfaction

Business briefcase: Stores still have edge over online shopping

Tax deadline is near

Business calendar

Owners go back for seconds

1925: A look at the 20th Century
By 1925, the great party of the Roaring '20s wasn't quite over but it was definitely beginning to sour.

You pick 'em: Top stories of 20th Century
Which events of the last 10 decades are the top stories of the 20th century? Here's an opportunity to make your selections, decade by decade.

Top news of the century
1838: Delegates at the Convention of Merchants passed the ``Augusta Declaration of Independence of April 4, 1838'' -- a resolution urging completion of railroads to connect the Atlantic Ocean to the Mississippi River valley.

This day in the Millennium: March 5
1892: Evangelist Sam Jones' revival sparked a movement for Prohibition in Augusta.

This day in the Millennium: April 4
1838: Delegates at the Convention of Merchants passed the ``Augusta Declaration of Independence of April 4, 1838'' -- a resolution urging completion of railroads to connect the Atlantic Ocean to the Mississippi River valley.

Fishing for simplicity

Flyers blank Philadelphia, 3-0

Playoff hockey: 'Nothing else like it'

Lynx digest: Wiebe wants focus during Masters Week

Colbourne seeking elusive brass ring

For rookies, grunt work part of the job

Wiebe looking for titles as player, coach

Lynx are Patafie's passion

Can Lynx make title run without captain?

Kingfish will provide test for Lynx

Lynx playoff pluses, minuses

Lambert's demeanor crucial in the net

Lynx, fans have unique love affair

Lynx season in review

Berg a priceless commodity in playoffs

Colbourne seeking that elusive brass ring

Red Wings roll over Dallas, 3-0

Foreign language class excites pupils

Georgia Games put Augusta to test

ROTC squad prepares for competition

1925: A look at the 20th Century

Concertgoers in festive mood

Additional area news: Students raise funds for friend

Early risers celebrate Easter

Family can stay in area

Stucco homes prompt lawsuits

Olympic bombing libel case lingers

Inspections keep managers on their toes

Stormwater issue fires up residents

Aquatics center director sought

Pair accused of killing toddler

You pick 'em: Top stories of 20th Century

Water-skiers bring new event to championship

College official makes ideas aid community

Baby boomers change traditions for funerals

Room rates rise for Masters

This day in the Millennium: March 5

Life is just one birdie putt away

Aiken County attracts retirees

Top news of the century

Children's care questioned

Johnston fair draws big crowd

Frog jump participants take a leap

Egg hunters dive into contest

Stormwater fee hits next year

Governor sets bar higher for schools

Across the area: Agency to sponsor boat safety classes

This day in the Millennium: April 4

Eternal flow

Use of inhalants remains largely unchanged among teen-agers

Pacers outlast Knicks

76ers, Iverson crisis continues

Heat ends losing streak, takes Wizards, 90-79

Hawks post 6th straight victory over Charlotte

Mrs. Eunice Martin

Mr. Vannie Brabham

Mr. James Lightsey

Ms. Bessie Moxley

Mrs. Ida Combs

Mrs. Tiny Hines

Mr. Joseph Hopkins

Matthew Eason

Mr. Henry Matthews III

Mrs. Lucille Reed

Ms. Ruby Lindsay

Miss Lucy Fortson

Mr. T.H. Owens

Mr. Johnnie Hood

Mrs. Marie Williams

Mr. Arthur Smith

Mrs. Myrtle Corley

Mrs. Dorothy Moore

Mr. Bill Hooks

Mrs. Elizabeth Owens

Mr. Elmer Clifton

Mrs. Lucille Jones

Mr. Robert Brady

Mrs. Tiny Hines

Mr. Paul Stroud

Ms. Fredricka Smith

Mr. Leland Buhl

Mrs. Annie Merritt

Mr. Henry Matthews III

Mrs. Lorene Garvin

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ACC roundup: Defense the focus for Tech

Greens a hot topic around PGA Tour

Edwards ready for chance to shine

Tech scrambles to fill basketball needs -- again

The best week of the year arrives in Augusta

Bonner takes lead in UK quarterback competition

Hingis, Kournikova advance to championship

Tech scrambles to fill basketball needs, again

A year later, O'Meara still gets goose bumps over his Masters win

Hingis shows who rules women's tennis

Jaguars win own event in record manner

Polaris loans jet ski for rangers' use

Wier, Cink earn share of lead

Duval surges to win BellSouth Classic

Jackets' Walker high on many schools' lists

Courier slowing down in the circuit

Augusta State sets tournament record

Overtime: King's goal for 300 to join tennis rolls

Edwards begins road to recovery

Best selling books

Gone fishin'

Brush strokes

The right place for a great shot

The right place for a great shot

Concertgoers party with Goo Goo Dolls

Real-life spy novel long but compelling

Champions Dinner can be a tough course

Vessel sightings defy logical explanation

Concertgoers in festive mood

Arts calendar

Mountain tests spirit of climbers

New Bradford book offers 'Sudden Change of Heart'

Chinese online markets sought

Iraq bans Viagra

Chemicals could take sweat out of lawn care

Y2K books big sellers at Christian stores

PC options virtually without limit

Suspected virus author to plead innocence

File organization weaves tangled web

Microsoft's new browser gives surfers an assist

'Syphon Filter' delivers the goods

Cracking case of hidden messages

Touring the information superhighway

Gore under attack over Internet claim

Web escrow service can provide safety net

For those lured to sport, 'Fisherman's Bait' offers entertainment

New items of interest

New browser for Macintosh doesn't hog space

Have you updated your video driver lately?

'After Dark Games' addictive anytime

Y2K fears to keep thousands of workers at home

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