Torre watching from the outside

Red Sox stuff Tampa

Brewers top Astros

Braves notebook: Wohlers' comeback ends following early struggles

Angels swing through Rangers

Expos fall to Mets

SEC roundup: Georgia dumps South Carolina

Indians dominate Twins

Baseball notebook: Aaron's 715th 'crushed' Francona

Johnson, Diamondbacks stomp Braves

Lincoln County's late rally stuns top-ranked Washington-Wilkes

Braves notes: Boone is not troubled by slow start at plate

Braves rally past Arizona

Overtime: Jags sweep doubleheader from Pacers

Marlins down Phillies

GM may plant new factory in U.S. soil

New Columbia County apartment complex planned

Water bottler says new rules unneeded

Tax frenzy heating up, experts say

New golf carts roll off course

Business briefs: Summer program scheduled

Masters crowds bring boosts to restaurants

Players can start out small

Business calendar: Computer courses scheduled

Sporting goods store sticks around

Masters profitable for hotels in area

1927: A look at the 20th Century
Professional sports' roots grew deep in Augusta in 1927. Augustan Ty Cobb, a native of Elberton, Ga., played what he said would be his ``final'' year of baseball with a .357 batting average. Mr. Cobb later signed to play another year, making him baseball's first millionaire.

1926: A look at the 20th Century
Calvin Coolidge was president and Prohibition dominated politics. American jazz thrived with the sounds of Duke Ellington and clarinetist Benny Goodman, who later symbolized the nation's ``swing era.''

This day in the Millennium: April 10
1854: Abner P. Robertson was elected Augusta mayor.

This day in the Millennium: April 11
1832: Samuel Hale was re-elected mayor of Augusta.

Red Wings, Blues even up

Stars beat Rangers

Hurricanes skate past Islanders

Leafs demolish Panthers

Devils storm Canadiens

Visits help with schedule plans

O'Meara items in auction

This day in the Millennium: April 11

Pre-k, kindergarten sign-up set this week

Cumberland Island museum is nest of turtle research

Probation problems continue to grow

Record stands after 67 years

1927: A look at the 20th Century

Police chiefs will draft national traffic stop rule

Area Muslims demonstrate NATO support

New traffic system to speed commutes

Workers begin leg work for census

Hearing to address housing

Officials gauge impact of EPA rules

Tornado's survivors learn to cherish life

Area briefs: Traffic violations charged in robbery

Citizens try stopping proposed state prison

Authority expected to speed road projects

In sleep, I was ahead of the curve

Schools' chief to remain

Arrest made in rape case

Boat ramp, pier nearing completion

Explosion hurls welding tanks

Victims help nab suspects

State panel eases up on family hog farmers

Sheriff seeks regulations on massage parlors

Stores to be less taxing on April 15

This day in the Millennium: April 10

Experts seek seed from storied oak

Visitors see Augusta by rail

Official hints at Social Security plan

Area briefs: County to borrow courthouse money

Artist can sue over road plan

Nets handle Raptors

NBA notes: Kidd is the man

Mrs. Nettie Porter

Mrs. Myra Foster

Mrs. Keiko Rossi

Mrs. Duschia Irving

Mrs. Eva Grant

Mr. W.J. Moon

Mrs. Bernice Bradford

Mrs. Louise Stone

Miss Nancy Hettinga

Mr. Joseph Book

Mrs. Jean Kovacs

Mr. John Cullum Sr.

Mr. Rhett Baughman

Mr. Earl Gary

Mrs. Irene Mullins

Mrs. Helen Johnson

Ms. Barbara Grant

Mr. Harry Milford

Mr. Lester Lott Sr.

Mrs. Carole Franklin

Mrs. Ollie Jordan

Mrs. Katina Frankenberry

Mr. Joseph Thomasson

Mrs. Estelle Hall

Mr. Lee Hobbs

Ms. Elizabeth Wiggins

Mr. Adams Salley

Mr. Lee Hobbs

Mr. Carl Milton

Mr. Kermit Moore

Mrs. Esther Gheesling

Mrs. Mary Mowrer

Mr. Robert Mack Sr.

Mr. R. Thompson Sr.

Mr. James Davis

Mr. Jessie Jones

Mr. Laurence Lillie

Declares `God's party' is Democratic 041199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Wants her 96X rock and roll music 041199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Fighting wrong battles in a starving world 041099 - The Augusta Chronicle

Declares respectmust be earned 041199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Seconds adding Grant as honoree 041199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Ax marriage penalty! 041199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Blasts criticism of Golf House plans 041199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Claims nuclear energy fuel of future 041099 - The Augusta Chronicle

Recall's his dad's moment with DiMaggio 041099 - The Augusta Chronicle

Mourns for D.C,, lost sovereignty 041199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Falcons have needs, but none glaring

Bowden ready to rebuild

Overtime: Capital City overpowers Asheville

Mims, Williams showcase abilities

Yellow Jackets pair top hoops showcase

G-Day lines up back talent

Another pole for Rusty Wallace at Bristol

Questions about record catch left after Perry's death

Walker elected to College Football Hall of Fame

Baily back in true form

`MNF' runs a reverse on time change

ESPN listing century's 50 greatest athletes

Featherweight champ Hearns defends title again

Columbia County duo bags gobblers

Ferran sets course record in Firehawk 500

Bowden quietly unveils new Tiger team

Strong QB lineup in draft

Gamecocks' offense steps up at Saturday's scrimmage

Dragomir to meet a tough Seles

McNown following in Plummer's smaller footsteps

Former Huskies QB sues coach over injury

Williams puts on a show for drafters

Miracles common in mystical villages

`Star Wars' hype is no phantom for George Lucas

Rice looks to God and redemption in latest novel

Bible study group hunts lessons from Mayberry

Small church members appreciate benefits

Easter isn't over; it's just begun

Book offers cautionary warning against all millennium hysteria

Fort Discovery scores Eagle

Best selling books

Conflict may affect travelers

Planning early can allow you to hit the European roads without a bump

Thank-you notes are still proper

Arts calendar

Church bulletin

Golden Bear works out the kinks for links game play

The end is near? Not really

Consistency? Sorry, this is Windows 98

New vision technology gets approval

Help sought for fatigued cancer patients

Couples try any conceivable gimmick for 2000 baby

Tobacco company Web site boldly admits smoking danger

NASA's two top space station officials quitting

Casting the Net on `Art Crimes'

Feds fear harm to children from side air bags in rear seats

Big exam going computer only

Bidders go online

Under watchful eyes, aviation computers get Y2K test

NASA considering all-female crews for science

Artistic design boosts Apple

Recognizing computer viruses can help you avoid them

Heart smart

To avoid viruses, be wary of attachments

Syphon puts players in the heat of action as a spy


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