Auburn outlasts Georgia 11-8

Jackets notes: Duchscherer shines during debut in FSL

Boll Weevils shut out baffled GreenJackets

Braves notebook: Lopez returns with new purpose

That Yankee magic is not so magical anymore

Midland Valley's season comes to an end

Road woes continue as Cubs shut out Braves

Boll Weevils edge Jackets

Baseball roundup: Gonzalez extends hit streak to 27

Cubs blank Braves

Harlem defeats defending champs

Lions run to victory in Game 1

Braves notes: Bats have been MIA during trip

Wolfpack split with Newton

Rain robs Dogs of six-run lead

Greenbrier in finals

Old stock certificates are popular investment

'Spiders' crawl investment webs

Survey says blacks invest less

Urban kids take entrepreneurial initiative

Additional business news

Benefits of bar code plentiful

List of state's top companies starts with Home Depot

Disabled workers an asset

Pollution division debated

Digging up old stocks can yield cash

Musician has 2nd career in drumsticks

Groups warn donors to research charities

1937: A look at the 20th Century
In 1937, the United States was starting to enjoy some stability after the worst of the Great Depression, while European and Asian politics was spinning down toward another world war.

This day in the Millennium: May 16
1861: The Augusta City Council empowered the mayor to demand a loyalty oath of strangers in the city at the start of the Civil War.

1936: A look at the 20th Century
The tenor of the times in 1936 was set by the Great Depression, the weather and Margaret Mitchell's Gone With the Wind.

Czech Republic wins in World Hockey

Domi opts to toe party line

Bruins befuddled by lack of offense

Sabres blank Bruins

NHL roundup: Toronto turns back Pittsburgh

It's an even match between first, fifth seeds

Study: Savannah tourism increase sparked by word-of-mouth

Newly raised speed limit takes effect

Deputies disperse 80 students at park on apparent skip day

Government has power on changes

Killer gets life in jail

Student felony law not used

Officer: Woman was still breathing

Teen-agers focus of Friday forum

Tax bill changes proposed

In the swing of things

Family takes 'fever' seriously

This day in the Millennium: May 16

Suspect to visit crime scene

Pick up sticks

Official corners president

Priorities mark lines for voters

Across the area

Ruling forces injured to move

SCANA ready to build call center

Origin of common proverbs

Volunteers aid in restoration of rustic cabin

1937: A look at the 20th Century

1936: A look at the 20th Century

Schools face seat belts debate

Man avoids jail for manslaughter

Area ballet entrances audience

Hope House plans fund-raiser

Additional area news

Alternative School holds honors day

Extension of deadline sought for gas customers

Student takes role in movie

Erskine visited by Dole

Residents debate historic district

Walking for life

Athletes compete in Paralympic Day

Heat force game 5 against Knicks

76ers bully the Magic

NBA playoff action: Lakers top Rockets

Pistons, Hawks tied at 2

Pippens looks to maintain playoff peak for Game 4

Recker transfers to Arizona

Brown cautions Sixers: Don't celebrate yet

Mrs. Eva Curry

Mr. Willis Arrington

Mr. Thomas Lemacks

Mr. Jessie Toney

Mr. Lemon Clemons

Mr. Henry Miller Sr.

Mr. Jerry Richardson

Mr. Clarence Cohen Jr.

Mrs. Margaret Morgan

Mrs. Beulah Weatherly

Mrs. Jeannie FitzSimmons

Mrs. Laura Woodford

Mrs. Zula Washington

Mr. Marvin Seigler

Mr. Ronald Walton Sr.

Craig Carter

Mrs. Juanita Lee

Mrs. Mamie Maddox

Mrs. Nellie Henderson

Mrs. Eunice Whittle

Mrs. Margaret Frederick

Mrs. Mae Goley

Mrs. Margaret Bartley

Mr. Franklin Smith

Mr. John Davis Sr.

Mrs. Lois Williams

Mr. George Clark

Mr. Wayne Shull

Mr. Coleman Hicks

Mr. Marvin Seigler

Mrs. Myrtis Courtney

Mrs. Florrie Christopher

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Asks critic's military experience 051699 - The Augusta Chronicle

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Andrews lone area winner in state track

Overtime: Hudson falls, but Mitchem wins at fort

South Aiken duo advance in tennis

Martin outruns Burton

Jarrett leading series

Overtime: Swim center plays host to Junior Jaguar

Ingle advances

Books on bucks, bass just right for your sportsmen

Sorenstam takes a two-shot lead over McGann in Sara Lee

Roberts steals thunder at Nelson

Barnwell reigns in AA track

NASCAR notebook: Rudd hoping new crew chief will bring new fortunes, too

It was very Charismatic

Regions Cup series starts anew with invitational

Lukas seeking repeat

Area festivals quite entertaining

Rabbi criticizes sainthood plan for WWII pope

Despite denials, UFOs intriguing

Surrendering to God brings joyful reward

It's how, not what you eat

Pope renews appeal for resolution in Iraq

Ft. Gordon play solves moral dilemma

Antichrist suspects rolled out

Soap star greeted by fans

Ballet entrances audience

Columbine victim seen as martyr

Camps offer exciting options

Structural expression

Customized drive

Popular hurricane forecaster may have to quit predictions

Tears and laughter

What's hot: New items of interest

DNA will help determine fate of 'extinct' fish

Disneyland pulls violent video games from park, hotels

Presidential hopeful wants plug pulled on violent games

Getting view from on high

Few cancer patients in studies

Clinton vows net access for Yugoslavia

Websightings: Hot spots on the Net

Calling shots with control panels

Robot dog a Japanese techno-sensation