Jays double Detroit

Sosa says he 'doesn't quite feel right'

Braves notebook: Perez struggling as young starter

Brewers pound Glavine

Stratton's homer edges Jackets for Bombers

This promotion really cuts the mustard

White Sox stretch over Indians

Tigers earn NCAA tournament bid

Allegiant vets numbered

Braves notebook: Smoltz encouraged by workout

Braves notebook: Smoltz encouraged by workout

Eagles' Stallings retires

Braves notebook: Perez struggling as young starter

Maddux returns in triumph

Area expects increase in jobs

Coca-Cola revises deal to bypass EU opposition

Company to trade publicly

Company recalls its Colby cheese

Thin computer prototype in use

Water park gets expansion land

Investigation halts some of pub's beer sales

Biographies tie into Augusta
References to Augusta and the surrounding area can be found in books pertaining to the lives of real people; ranging from U.S. presidents to Augusta-area residents who have been the subject of best-selling biographies.

Telephone connected the world
Dan Moore remembers listening for the telephone to ring in November 1932 as America waited to learn whether Franklin D. Roosevelt would be elected president of the United States.

Leetch signs multiyear deal

Coyotes dump Schoenfeld for punchless offense

Maple Leafs double Sabres

Stars' desperation pays off

Stars stop Avalanche

Area briefs: Police seek man on sex accusation

Therapists object to county proposal

Campaign highlights driving deaths

More officers keep watch on Aiken schools

Police on the run

Sea of hope

Renovation completed

Board reverses manager's dismissal

Woman gets sentence in killing plan

Biographies tie into Augusta

Vigil honors slain students

Biographies tie into Augusta

Doctor wins suit against mental hospital

Senator favors Bush-Dole ticket in 2000

Zoning proposals worry Aiken officials

Ceremony will honor new leader

Former radio talk show host offers views on family issues

Telling time

Schrenko defends friends' hire

Area briefs: River to return to normal levels

Test your millennium readiness

Plantation retreat has enchantment, provides privacy

Curbs nearing city OK

Mayor implements gun lock program

Price says he is in running for position

Suspects in robberies may get life sentence

Learning experience

Congress mulls chemical data access

Funding discussed by board

Commission's support sought to move Mayfest

Telephone connected the world

Spurs reserves ready for another round

Hawks get a rest

Pacers trying to stay sharp

Ex-Thurmond star has NBA dreams

Daly quits Magic post

Bulls receive Phoenix's first-round pick in 1999 draft

Jazz cut into series lead

Knicks president admits lying about Jackson meeting

Knicks sweep Hawks

Mrs. Helen Trommerhauser

Mrs. Nita Reeves

Mr. John Williams Sr.

Ruby M. Phillips

Mrs. Virginia Chambers

Mrs. Mary Smith

Mr. J.D. Corbin Jr.

Mr. James Thompson

Mr. Willie Johnson Sr.

Miss Ethel Sheppard

Mr. Ralph Horton

Mr. William Wickline

Mrs. Billie Clements

Mrs. Cassie Pittman

Mr. Lee Freeman

Grace Delk

Mr. Postell Cliett

Mrs. Emma Howell

Mrs. Geraldine Searson

Mrs. Albertha Kelly

Mr. Jack Rogers

Mr. Thomas Pollard

Mrs. Gladys Satcher

Mrs. Geraldine Delk

Mr. Frank Grant

Mr. James Gay

Mr. Roger Utley

Mrs. Dorothy Howard

Mr. Rudy Reynolds

Mrs. Hester Edwards

Mrs. Fannie Young

Mr. Lanyon Bell

Mr. James Tressler

Mrs. Geraldine Delk

Mr. Johnny Luke

Mr. Barry Forde Sr.

Mrs. Pauline Burke

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Former Auburn coordinator sues Lowder and Housel

Happy day for inmates, Iron Mike

Overtime: Tyson to stay supervised after release

Women's golf tournament begins

Dale Jr. ready for Winston Cup debut

Top-seeded UCLA, host Georgia advance to finals

Sampras wobbles to five-set win

Season tickets up 12 percent, average attendance steady

Hill leads WSGA championship

Investigators probing into wrestler's death

Hingis, Mauresmo advance

New car devices to protect fans from debris

Jenkins wins Bell Atlantic in one-hole playoff

NFL owners approve record Redskins sale

Overtime: Tyson may be in ring by August

In the know

Age old questions

In the know

Off the Wall: You can't judge a book by its cover

Efficiency more important than chattiness

People's pharmacy: Ingredients in VapoRub may cure ugly nails

Leaving 'Home' is tough for star

Small Portions

Fajita Fun

Sweating it out

Your style

Xtreme calendar

Farfetched plot hampers 'Never Been Kissed'

Net chat: Britney Spears

Advice line: Relationship not worth the loss of your friends

Audio best

The Big Screen

Arbitrators hear testimony to decide Zapruder film's value

High tech industry grows

Report questions readiness of oil industry

Cancer study needs 22,000 women

Injuries from falls soaring among older people, study finds

Dietary supplement claims to aid in fertility

Increased activity at Mexican volcano worries scientists

Is racial `digital divide' worrisome or self-correcting?

Diet drug company accused of funding favorable journal articles

Study: Cheaper drug just as effective against heart failure

Erosion may threaten loggerhead sea turtles

Astronomers narrow age of universe to near 12 billion years


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