Reds place Wohlers on disabled list

Straw's chances at end?

Greene cracks 1st career grand slam

Braves notebook: Braves enjoy their time frolicking in the snow

Braves fail to close win

Detroit stomps Yankees

Power failure suspends GreenJackets contest

Thomas off to quick start after off year

GreenJackets notes: Homecoming for former players

Wells wins third in row to lead Jays past Orioles

Augusta boils Crawdads, 7-6

Mets rally to beat Expos

Braves notes: Hudek says he's 'thrilled to death'

Wohlers traded to Reds

Collins propels Westside

Baseball notes: Phillies appear to have something special in Rolen

Upholstery of death

MCG Health to cut $22 million

Mother's time spent caring for injured child

Eatery offers food for tattoos

New gambling investigation nixed

Additional business news

Partnerships boost city

Overtime: Avery plans announcement at May Park

This day in the Millennium: April 17
1995: A riot at Broad River Correctional Institution in Columbia ended when five inmates released three hostages and surrendered to authorities after an 11-hour standoff. Five guards suffered stab wounds during the riot.

1929: A look at the 20th Century
Headlines across the nation echoed the news: The stock market had crashed. It was the defining event of 1929.

1929: A look at the 20th Century
Headlines across the nation echoed the news: The stock market had crashed. It was the defining event of 1929.

1928: A look at the 20th Century
The presidential election of 1928 wasn't much of a nail-biter. The candidates came down on opposite sides of the Prohibition issue, with Republican Herbert Hoover supporting the constitutional amendment banning alcohol and Democrat Alfred E. Smith advocating an end to Prohibition.

This day in the Millennium: April 18
1946: William S. Morris of the Independent Party defeated incumbent state Rep. Roy Harris of the Cracker Party with a record voter turnout in Augusta's first election since the turn of the century where blacks were allowed to vote.

This day in the Millennium: April 18
1946: William S. Morris of the Independent Party defeated incumbent state Rep. Roy Harris of the Cracker Party with a record voter turnout in Augusta's first election since the turn of the century where blacks were allowed to vote.

In hockey mad Canada, the Great One revered as national treasure

Gretzky's retirement costs NHL its best-known star

South warming to hockey

Column: This story about a brush with Greatness

Devils edge Flyers in OT

Gretzky had the gift of anticipation

Area youths get inventive

Area briefs: Schools to review abuse-grab claim

The future has many surprises

1929: A look at the 20th Century

Authorities charge three in court fire

Superintendent to serve for another three years

Boys assemble for Scoutfest

Convicted killer seeks new trial for slaying

Additional area news

Police search for N. Augusta boy

This day in the Millennium: April 17

Voucher proposals get boost

Gracewood changes criticized

Students compete for honor

Blackville pickets possible over jail

Tutu to give speech at Pain ceremonies

Collision at intersection kills two in Burke County

MCG Health to cut $22 million

Young makes impression as mayor

Consul: Program working

Prisons chief steps aside

This day in the Millennium: April 18

This day in the Millennium: April 18

Cumbee celebrates 20 years

Child care campaign begins

Teacher helps pupils bloom

Doctors want 'ambulance chasers' stopped

1928: A look at the 20th Century

Blythe holds family festival

Donor gives child special gift

1929: A look at the 20th Century

SRS trusses sought as option

Hawks fly past Magic

Dennis Rodman: Hero to has-been in 23 games?

Hornets scoot by Bucks

Hornets keep streak, take Bucks

Cavaliers edge Raptors in OT win

Mr. Edward Mallard

Mr. Harold Prendergast Sr.

Mrs. Zeddie Hawkins

Mr. Charles Lamb

Mr. Nathan Bledsoe

Mr. Rodriquez Nunnally

Mr. Arthur Speed

Mrs. Blanche Johnson

Mrs. Hattie McElmurray

Mr. Marion Hunt

Mrs. Grace England

Mr. James Aaron

Mrs. Mildred McCall

Mr. Harry Johnston

Mrs. Imogene Powell

Annika Osborne

Mr. Jack Ferguson

Mr. Herbert Rudnick

Ms. Andrea Morgan

Mr. Willis Gay

Mr. Thomas Moss Jr.

Mr. Johnny Reynolds Jr.

Mrs. Grace England

Mr. John Ledbetter

Ms. Louise Brakefield

Mr. H. Edward Creech

Miss Heidi Horton

Mr. Leonard Roye Sr.

Mr. Frank Elam Jr.

Mr. Charlie Way

Mr. Charles Neighbors Jr.

Mr. Lesley Williams Sr.

Mr. Rufus Campbell

Mr. Henry Hartley

Mr. Lee Durden

Dr. Carl W. Fairhurst

Ms. Madonna Newton

Sees siltation as development problem 041899 - The Augusta Chronicle

Wants Clintons to pay `all' taxes due 041799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Supports NATO action in Kosovo 041799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Column: New PSC appointee comes from the ranks 041899 - The Augusta Chronicle

Some Christians fleeced by own naivete 041799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Prefers peaceful solution in Kosovo 041899 - The Augusta Chronicle

Backs Kevorkian's `death campaign' 041799 - The Augusta Chronicle

Vinson drafted by Green Bay

NFL notebook: Elway's future still unknown

Sembach lives up to nickname

Fleisher's 66 moves him into tie with Fernandez for lead

Quarterbacks dominate draft

Perry takes lead in MCI Classic

Dent at another milestone with chance for more gold

Falcons wait and good thing comes

Fernandez charges into lead at Seniors

Falcons draft Kerney; trade top pick in 2000

Aiken County natives await draft choice

Coolness in air stimulates Georgia Tech scrimmagers

Rubin, Seles earn wins for U.S.

Bailey goes 7th to Redskins

Hensley wins in backyard

NASCAR notes: Michael Waltrip on course for best season yet

Roba ties to make it three straight in Boston

Bliss wins pole for NAPA 250 Craftsman trucks at Martinsville

Overtime: NRA SportFest slated Sunday at Pinetucky

Chavous steps behind mike to assess NFL draft

Holtz works magic at USC

Moya loses shot at No. 1 in Barcelona

Bates, Vinson hoping to turn pro

Teammates expecting Elway retirement

Williams' fall to No. 5 a surprise

Georgia players may be picked in NFL draft

Group hopes to keep Patriots in Massachusetts

Holyfield: It's the quality, not number, of punches

Holtz sees good, bad in USC game

Georgia wildlife technician calls it quits

Best selling books

Taj Mahal meant to be spiritual

The Comic Laugh-Off: 'Mark Trail'

The Comic Laugh-Off: 'Mixed Media'

Ballet is back to full staff

Double tipping is annoying

Black artists' works restored for exhibit

Old Testament 'minimalist' attacks Bible history

Upcoming summer camps section

The Comic Laugh-Off: 'Marvin'

Mystical spirit of India

Our spirits need to be nourished every day

Author shares the secrets of the 'ya-ya'

Group home for gays seeks to 'convert' them

Were lost lands home to advanced races?

Pigments of the imagination: Snogren creates religious art

Pigments of the imagination: Snogren creates religious art

Socialite who took vow of poverty poised to become saint

Coping with spiritual abuse

Fight roils placid Nazareth

Arts calendar

Donor gives child special gift

Church bulletin

The Comic Laugh-Off: 'Beakman and Jax'

Autos sales speed up online

Bubble-busting puzzle game a winner

Linux operating system has the big guys worried

Exhibit fights illnesses with knowledge

Home networking is here, but do you need it?

Cybercafe proves there's no safety in numbers

Why shortcuts are a Windows necessity

Internet crowding yields smarter search engines

Average hero works for 'Silent Hill'

Yugoslavs reach US media via computer

Health officials prepare for viral attacks

Latin America battles with Y2K

Melissa may do more damage from creators capture

Farmers harvesting technology's goods

First internet war battles on

Software review: Top Page harder than coding

Seniors develop computer skills