Offense explodes against Phillies

Average baseball salary jumps 19 percent to $1.7 million

Braves notebook: Drawing Opening Day nod a tough chore for Glavine

Baseball roundup: Back injury forces Ripken to bench

Giants beat Reds, 11-8

Twins `guarantee' opening-night win over Toronto

Marlins take first win, beat Mets 6-2

Dodgers edge Diamondbacks, 8-6

Padres 4, Rockies 3

Braves stumble in dissapointing opener

Swainsboro gets by Washington County in slugfest

Wohlers takes step back with poor outing

Garth Brooks pulls plug on baseball career

Orioles take Devil Rays, 10-7

Tigers 11, Rangers 5

Braves notebook: Remlinger sent to DL, Ebert gets promotion

Blue Dot plans move to McDuffie County

Theater rules set for 'Star Wars'

96X dropped for R&B format

Golf and business two of a kind

Parking lots profits rise

Masters helps businesses reach green

This day in the Millennium: April 6
1793: Plans were announced to establish an arms magazine in Augusta.

This day in the Millennium: April 7
1887: Augusta Steamboat Co. was organized to break the grip of railroad price discrimination.

Early fishermen looked to dams
Before Thurmond Lake reached full pool of 330 feet above sea level on April 25, 1953, where did Augusta area fishermen go?

Dam curbed Augusta's floods
Oscar Summer's first glimpse of Thurmond Dam occurred in the spring of 1949 when the young Clemson University engineer was hired to help build the earth-and-concrete span 22 miles upstream from Augusta.

Senators 4, Lightning 4

Wisconsin hockey franchise moving to Knoxville

Kingfish end Augusta's first season

Everblades loom as Augusta's next opponent

Lynx drop first in best-of-three playoffs

Red Wings are red hot since deadline trades

Dam curbed Augusta's floods

Road crews, police trying to give drivers smooth sailing

Auto rental prices change for Masters

Influx of retirees may cause problems

Jack's return nearer

Temporary housing angers Olde Town

Construction to start on First Tee facility

Autopsy: Baby found in trash died of exposure

Eldridge interviews in Florida

Column: Children vex adults on break

Global bicyclist makes stop in Augusta

Masters memories

Retirees keen on Aiken

Annual speach honors tidy citizens

Smaller school millage increase gets House OK

This day in the Millennium: April 7

Cool weather catches fans off-guard

Golf hall making progress

Early fishermen looked to dams

School board OKs personnel changes

Barnes creates agency

County approves upgrade of communications

Edgefield County Council approves 'belt-tightening'

Siblings with TB released

Area briefs: City approves list of paving projects

This day in the Millennium: April 6

Visitors center scheduled to open Thursday

County prepares for June deadline

Nelson to see his likeness in bronze today

City to give only partial tax refund

Girls bruises indicate repeated abuse

Area breifs: Board to attend California meeting

Airport expands capacity

Gearing up for Masters traffic

Board may revise exemption policy

DUI ticket figured in aide's resignation

Rodman, Electra announce divorce, again

Magic 106, Celtics 99

Ellis requires surgery, will be out for the year

Mr. J.B. Reeves

Mrs. Luvenia Thompson

Mr. Kenneth Roberts

Mr. Henry Chisolm

Mrs. Alice Hersey

Mr. Eddie Corley

Mr. George Champion Jr.

Ms. Katherine McGrath

Mrs. Louise Lambert

Mr. John Cave Jr.

Mr. Kenneth Way

Mr. Lindsey Lott

Mrs. Mary Churney

Mrs. Berniece Williams

Mrs. Louise Lambert

Mr. Clyde McGee

Mr. Ormand Cole

Ms. Ida Bell

Ms. Ehrline Eubanks

Mrs. Janie Edwards

Mr. Bill Hooks

Mr. Shane Screen

Ms. N. Jeanne Aiken

Mr. James Diggs

Ms. Joyce Jordan

Mrs. Carole Bowlby

Mrs. Jewell Fickett

Mrs. Pauleta Sullivan

Mr. Eddie Corley

Mr. John Cave Jr.

Mrs. Annie Overstreet

Mrs. Annie Overstreet

Mr. Kenneth Parker

Mrs. Minnie Deal

Amir Brown

Mr. August Corley

Mr. Harold Whitmire

Mrs. Margie Smith

Ms. N. Jeanne Aiken

Mrs. Janie Morris

Offers solution to Kosovo dilemma 040799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Keep Zhu out of WTO 040799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Notes modern end to ancient parable 040799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Seeks change in 'immoral' tax policy 040699 - The Augusta Chronicle

Invoke war act 040799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Sets record straight on 'triple tax' 040699 - The Augusta Chronicle

Notes `metamorphosis' of Bill Clinton 040799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Wonders if Bill Clinton is a traitor 040799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Reckons cost of impeachment is cheap 040699 - The Augusta Chronicle

Save historic Ga. site 040799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Asks Clinton be treated with respect 040799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Says America was 'built' by slaves 040699 - The Augusta Chronicle

Wants football player celebrated, too 040699 - The Augusta Chronicle

Lady Jags name new head coach

Steelers sign Gandy, but Strzelczyk reinjures knee

NFL ready to reject bid for Redskins

Williams falls early in Bausch & Lomb

Aussies seek venue change for Cup match

Labor disputes threaten WNBA

George ready to adjust to new role as backup

Australians want to play host to U.S. match

Kent latest Auburn double threat

Area teams still signing

Women's cup ticket sales strong

Vikings sign Jeff George as backup QB

Grand jury indicts two Virginia football players, third man

Pacers look to avoid prior season slump

Snyder emerges as frontrunner for Missouri job

Slimmer Williams impresses NFL

Kissinger, Ueberroth asked to serve on IOC reform panel

'30s golf clubhouse to get own marker

MREs can be disaster or surprise for millennium-worried consumers

Golfers testify to faith

Pro golfers putter in the kitchen

Immortalized in bronze, again

Pharmacy prices skyrocket

Artists could be sued by Augusta National

Tees for tykes

Special `Caddyshack' video ready

Shrimp do double duty as meal, hors d'oeuvres

Marinade gives catfish spicy flavor

Off the Wall: The gift he wants isn't in the store

New low-fat cookbook provides tasty choices

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Small portions: From the peanut gallery

Xtreme calendar

A night of music

The big screen

Your style

Advice line: Step families can be difficult to adjust to

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Netchat: Cast of Cruel Intentions tell intimate details of their movie

Y2K: copyright 1999

Ford air bags likely to reduce serious head injury

Barnes feels e-commerce pressure

Researchers lured to Microsoft

Report suggests national system to assess cancer care

Report: MCI WorldCom, Nextel in preliminary takeover talks

Cancer drug may fight heart disease

Intel joins push to link home computers into network

Merck looks to take first cholesterol drug over the counter

New program lets investors calculate mutual fund fees

Preserved 500-year-old Inca mummies found in Andes

Computer games addictive when you play `After Dark'

Pro golfers getting computer link to the links

Businesses looking for more Y2Ka-ching!


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