Jackets fall to Boll Weevils

Minor league notebook: Jackets' owner expands empire

Jackets rally to win

Joyner helps Braves rally for win

Cox will struggle with All-Star selections

Maddux falters in loss

Braves notebook: Cox selecting All-Star players

Braves notebook: ERA topping 4.00

Jackets split doubleheader

Nostalgia of summer is overrated

Company to change its name

Quick tips: Selling a home

On the move
Betsy Boyer Balk has been named manager of the Ethan Allen home interiors store in Augusta.

Hardees eyes Evans locale

Canned meat firm closes plant
Castleberry/Snow's Brands Inc. on Friday announced it would cease manufacturing at its Bedford, Va., facility and move production to Augusta.

Hardees eyes Evans locale
Three days after Columbia County Commissioners approved an ordinance creating the Evans Town Center, a local development company announced plans to subdivide four acres there for fast food restaurants and professional use.

New companies meeting demand

Weekly gas update

WJBF's news gets top rating
From Staff ReportsThe latest Nielsen ratings show local ABC affiliate WJBF-TV (Channel 6) as the most watched local news program in five out of eight time slots.

Business briefs
Beasley Broadcasting has received two Edward R. Murrow awards from the Radio and Television News Directors Association for excellence in newscast and spot news reporting. Beasley Broadcasting operates six radio stations in the Augusta market, including WGAC-580 AM, WGOR-93.9 FM, WCHZ-95.1 FM, WAJY-102.7 FM, WRDW-1480 AM and WRFN-FM.

Pocket change

Quick tips: Selling a home
According to the National Association of Realtors, about 15 percent of sellers who move up to better homes successfully sell their old homes by themselves.

Company to change its name
A local real estate company will be known by a new name beginning Tuesday. Sherman and Hemstreet/Better Homes and Gardens will officially change its name to Sherman and Hemstreet/GMAC Real Estate on Tuesday.

Pocket change
Nearly three-fourths of major U.S. companies monitor their employees on the job in one way or another - more than double the number that did so just three years ago, according to a new study.

Business briefs
NEW YORK - Technology stocks turned meek Friday, giving back all their gains for the week as a warning about the outlook for online retailer Amazon.com sent the Nasdaq composite index down more than 2 percent.

Weekly gas update
Here is a listing of local unleaded gasoline prices.

New companies meeting demand
While millions of consumers are turning to the Internet to shop, companies are investing more and more in what will make it work: packaging and delivery services.

SEC notebook: USC to get schedule break

ACC notebook: Clemson's Adams gets national praise

State rep's hands-on style praised

What digital divide?
A report issued this month by research firm Jupiter Communications seems tailor-made to give political ammunition to Clinton-Gore administration proposals to make ownership of personal computers and access to the Internet a civil right - at a starting cost, incidentally, of over $2 billion.

Ga. Paroles Board proud of reforms

Teen girls' compassion impressive

Edgefield group 'radical rednecks'

Enjoys sitting a spell on Broad St.

Hate crime parody

Chancellor's choices

Harbin 'pork money' a bad tradeoff

The NAACP is losing its focus

Clearing the air

S.C. campaign begins

Faith digest
Joel and LaBreeska Hemphill of Nashville, Tenn., will minister with song and word at Warren Road Elementary School, 311 Warren Road, at 7 tonight. Their appearance is sponsored by Woodlawn Baptist Church.

Explore New York on a bicycle
NEW YORK - Next to walking, the best way to really see New York City is on two wheels.

Rough & tumble
They wear their scraped knees and multi-colored bruises like badges of honor. In a game that is a cross between soccer and football, these women are constantly on the move - dodging, dashing, passing or kicking the ball.

In the know
It's summer vacation time, and many people want to take their pets along. The Web site Petopia.com has launched a Pet Travel Center where it offers travel supplies for pets and tips for their owners. When traveling with pets, Petopia suggests the following:

Be sure to enjoy yourself
Are you having fun caring for your children and pets, taking care of the seasonal demands of your house and yard, meeting the obligations and responsibilities in your local congregation?

Simply serenity
After a hard day at work, T.R. Reddy comes home and sits in his maroon leather recliner and unwinds with a view of the lake.

Raining cats and dogs? No, but everything else
On Aug. 31, 1886, Charleston, S.C., was jolted by an earthquake that shook buildings and caused creeks to overflow.

Rituals keep memories alive
It's the familiar produce stand on the way to the mountains, a stand filled with vine-ripened tomatoes or ears of silver queen corn. Or the pit stop halfway to the beach that sells the most succulent boiled peanuts. Or a detour to the remains of an old church tucked away from a stretch of Lowcountry road.

Monetary speeches always in bad taste
Dear Carson: Whenever there is a family gathering, my wife's older sister and her husband lecture everybody in attendance about the amount of money the husband makes and the wealth it has produced.

OpSail 2000
NEW YORK - If predictions hold, it will dwarf the Spanish armada, the Normandy invasion fleet and every regatta ever held - as many as 70,000 watercraft jammed into New York harbor for what organizers call the ''largest maritime event in history.''

Dent second after first round

Tourney to benefit children

Lynx begin play on Oct. 13

Nostalgia of summer is overrated
There are people (me included) who sometimes get a little too nostalgic for the good, old summertime.

Grovetown man shot after argument
A 40-year-old Grovetown man was in serious but stable condition Saturday after being shot in the chest the night before. Full story -- Augusta Chronicle

"Godfather of Soul'' heads up inductees
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - James Brown, ``The Godfather of Soul,'' will probably feel pretty good next week when he and eight others are inducted into the South Carolina Black Hall of Fame.

Four dead in car accident
BATESBURG, S.C. (AP) - Four family members are dead, one is in critical condition, and a driver charged with five counts of felony driving under the influence after a crash Friday night.

Family remembers crash victims
What Brenda Conditt will always remember most about her parents, Virgil and Barbara, was the way they completely devoted themselves first to God and then to each other. Full story -- Augusta Chronicle

Rough & tumble

In the know

Monetary speeches always in bad taste

Rituals keep memories alive

Explore New York on a bicycle

Raining cats and dogs? No, but everything else

OpSail 2000

Faith digest

Simply serenity

Correction
A gardening calendar listing in the Homestead section in Friday's editions of The Augusta Chronicle listed an incorrect number for a master gardener class that begins in August and is offered through the University of Georgia Extension Service.

Across the area

Final hand plays Friday

Making tracks
The Augusta Chronicle, the state Department of Transportation and city traffic engineers want to keep Augustans informed about when and where road work is scheduled to occur. An updated list of area road projects for the week appears Sundays in the Chronicle.

Across the area
A Lithonia, Ga., man accused of killing one man and wounding a second was granted a $100,000 bond Friday.

Veteran recalls time in Korea

Workers will lose jobs July 1
AIKEN - As many as 10,000 workers could be without jobs Saturday when the video gambling industry is no longer legal in South Carolina.

Teachers poised to pull out

Residents return to debris, ashes

Group grants wish of Hephzibah teen

EMS services blame on woes Medicare drop
NORTH AUGUSTA - Private ambulance companies throughout South Carolina say they are floundering in a financial crisis caused by Medicare reimbursement cutbacks.

Making tracks

Canal recreation funding rises
Federal funding for the Augusta Canal National Heritage Area is likely to increase by at least $100,000 next year - and possibly more.

Grovetown man shot after argument

Flag removed to mixed reactions
AIKEN - The volleys of verbiage that reverberated throughout the long war over the rebel icon will be noticeably absent Saturday when the Confederate flag is lowered from South Carolina's Capitol dome.

Augusta steels for ban fallout
Augusta officials are gearing up for an influx of video poker parlors into the city from South Carolina.

Family remembers crash victims

Schrenko says legislator cut school money

Explosives land teens in custody

Parents charged in shooting

Canal recreation funding rises

Parents get tips on seats
AIKEN - In the middle of her Saturday errands, Lorraine Reeves spent about 15 minutes in the hot sun learning how to save her daughter's life.

Senate panel backs local heritage funds

Flag time line

Police: Driver in wreck was shot
The driver responsible for a three-car accident Thursday that left three people dead on Interstate 20 had been shot at least twice before the wreck occurred, the Columbia County coroner said Friday.

Cox will struggle with All-Star selections

Explosives land teens in custody
AIKEN - Three Aiken teen-agers who detonated six homemade bombs behind H. Odell Weeks Recreation Center this week remained in custody Friday, authorities said.

Augusta steels for ban fallout

County touts federal insurance for floods
Who would have thought that during the worst drought of the century flood insurance would be needed?

Workers will lose jobs July 1

Schools adopt plan to react to violence

Video gambling chronology

Final hand plays Friday
NORTH AUGUSTA - ``For sale'' signs dot the stretch of Martintown Road where video poker parlors are dealing their last cards this week.

Flag removed to mixed reactions

Klansmen defend their allegiance

Across the area

Director has blight battle plan

Drought hurts roadside markets

"Godfather of Soul" heads up inductees

Daughter remembers crash victims

EMS services blame on woes Medicare drop

"Godfather of Soul" heads up inductees

Correction

Group grants wish of Hephzibah teen
If Brittany Gillian could have one wish, it would be to go to Walt Disney World. On Saturday, her wish came true.

Damage control

"Godfather of Soul'' heads up inductees
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - James Brown, ``The Godfather of Soul,'' will probably feel pretty good next week when he and eight others are inducted into the South Carolina Black Hall of Fame.

Black colleges face many challenges

Four dead in car accident
BATESBURG, S.C. (AP) - Four family members are dead, one is in critical condition, and a driver charged with five counts of felony driving under the influence after a crash Friday night.

Senate panel backs local heritage funds
Hopeland Gardens, Montmorenci Vineyards and Aiken State Park are a few of the locations along the South Carolina Heritage Corridor that may benefit from new funding from the Senate Appropriations Committee.

Teachers poised to pull out
College graduates looking for a teaching job this fall might want to apply in the school districts of Richmond and Columbia counties.

Damage control
Daniel Williams, a volunteer firefighter with the Aiken Department of Public Safety, hoses down some of the hot spots in the gutted bedroom of the Aiken house.

Drought hurts roadside markets
TRENTON, S.C. - Robert Robertson was working outside last week when the sky finally opened. He looked up, grinned and continued to work through the first rainstorm Edgefield County enjoyed in a long time.

Parents charged in shooting
AIKEN - Parents who apparently didn't like their daughter's choice of a boyfriend have been charged with trying to kill both of them, sheriff's officials said Friday.

Across the area
A 40-year-old Grovetown man was in serious but stable condition Saturday after being shot in the chest the night before.

Residents return to debris, ashes
Anthony Robinson really wanted to find his 1999 Paine College basketball championship ring in his burned out apartment building at River Creek Apartments.

Police: Driver in wreck was shot

Schools adopt plan to react to violence
No plan is perfect, but Columbia County's school system and public safety departments want to make sure their school violence response plan is as good as it can get.

Surgeon faces third lawsuit

Schrenko says legislator cut school money
Like a keen sharpshooter, state school Superintendent Linda Schrenko continues to pick out and pick off advocates of Gov. Roy Barnes' education-reform bill.

KKK, flag evoke fear, controversy
AIKEN - When Richland County Democratic Sen. Darrell Jackson's company produced an ad with a hooded Klansman in front of the state Capitol, where a Confederate flag flies, the Rebel banner's proponents cried foul.

Surgeon faces third lawsuit
AIKEN - A former Aiken plastic surgeon convicted of trying to kill her 7-year-old son in a murder-suicide plot in 1998 is the defendant in a third medical negligence lawsuit.

Klansmen defend their allegiance
GASTON, S.C. - The wooded property with lily pads on the pond is a haven for a white man with no doubt that his race is supreme - or ought to be.

Black colleges face many challenges
ATLANTA - Universities and colleges catering to blacks face a double challenge of educating the poorest prepared students while struggling with low funding levels, experts said Friday.

Flag facts
The flags on the Statehouse dome and in the House and Senate chambers are commonly called Confederate battle flags, but they are actually a larger rectangular version.

Parents get tips on seats

Flag time line
Key dates in South Carolina's Confederate flag controversy.

Veteran recalls time in Korea
It was an ordeal he refused to experience twice, even if it meant his death.

County touts federal insurance for floods

Daughter remembers crash victims
What Brenda Conditt will always remember most about her parents, Virgil and Barbara, was the way they completely devoted themselves first to God and then to each other.

Video gambling chronology
Key dates in the rise and fall of video poker in South Carolina.

Director has blight battle plan
Robert Cooks is an anxious man. He is anxious to start his new job as executive director of the Augusta Neighborhood Improvement Corp., anxious to get to work and prove he's worth every penny of his $115,000 a year salary, anxious to make a difference.

Flag facts

Four dead in car accident

KKK, flag evoke fear, controversy

Mrs. Lula Long
BLYTHE - Mrs. Lula Elizabeth Portwood Long, 90, died Thursday, June 22, 2000, in Aiken.

Mrs. Elma Wiley
SYLVANIA, Ga. - Mrs. Elma Wells Wiley, 83, died Thursday, June 22, 2000, at Screven County Hospital.

Ms. Phyllis Williams
SWAINSBORO, Ga. - Ms. Phyllis Teresa Williams, 39, died Saturday, June 17, 2000, at her residence.

Mr. Walter Green Sr.
SANDERSVILLE, Ga. - Mr. Walter Green Sr., 79, of West Haynes Street, died Wednesday, June 21, 2000, at his residence.

Ms. Dorita Murray
Ms. Dorita McCord Murray, 47, of Skinner Mill Road, died Monday, June 19, 2000, at Doctors Hospital.

Mrs. Mary Jackson
PHILADELPHIA - Mrs. Mary L. Jackson, 57, died Tuesday, June 20, 2000.

Mr. Charles Blackwell
Mr. Charles D. Blackwell, 65, of Avondale Drive, died Thursday, June 22, 2000, at his residence.

Mr. Floyd Herndon Jr.
THOMSON - Mr. Floyd Herbert Herndon Jr., 45, died Friday, June 23, 2000, at Medical College of Georgia Hospital.

Mrs. Trelly Owenby
Mrs. Trelly Kate Owenby, 65, of Dickey Drive, died Friday, June 23, 2000, at her residence.

Mrs. Louise Quick
Mrs. Louise Allen McIntosh Quick, 76, of Anthony Street, died Friday, June 23, 2000, at Beverly Manor.

Mr. Willie Kirby
NUNEZ, Ga. - Mr. Willie Milton Kirby, 57, died Friday, June 23, 2000, at his residence.

Mr. Clarence Beattie III
AIKEN - Mr. Clarence L. ``Chuck'' Beattie III, 65, died Saturday, June 24, 2000, at Aiken Regional Medical Centers.

Mr. W. Glenn Wells
THOMSON, Ga. - Mr. W. Glenn Wells, 38, died Friday, June 23, 2000, at Doctors Hospital.

Mrs. D'Arcy Lott
AIKEN - Mrs. D'Arcy Reeves Lott, 86, died Friday, June 23, 2000 at her residence.

Mrs. Ida Williams
JACKSON - Mrs. Ida Trivette Williams, 83, of Fifth Street, died Thursday, June 22, 2000, at University Hospital.

Mr. Fann Burley
THOMSON - Mr. Fann Burley, 76, of Thomson Manor Nursing Home, died Wednesday, June 21, 2000, at Thomson Manor Nursing Home.

Mrs. Vivian Watkins
Mrs. Vivian Dean Watkins, 83, died Friday, June 23, 2000, in Statesboro.

Mrs. Gladys Wilson
MILLEN, Ga. - Mrs. Gladys Burke Wilson, 84, of Highway 17 North, died Friday, June 23, 2000, at Bethany Nursing Center.

Mr. Richard Allen
UNION POINT, Ga. - Mr. Richard Nevel Allen, 90, of Dennis Street, died Thursday, June 22, 2000, at Greene Point Health Care.

Mr. Roger Ashley
HOUSTON - Mr. Roger Ashley, 78, died Tuesday, June 20, 2000, at his residence.

Mrs. Mary Smith
LINCOLNTON, Ga. - Mrs. Mary Lois Smith, 46, of Beard Drive, died Tuesday, June 20, 2000, at her residence.

Mr. Allen Costoff
Mr. Allen Costoff, Ph.D, 64, of Augusta, died Monday, June 19, 2000, at Medical College of Georgia.

Mrs. Betty Wright
DETROIT - Mrs. Betty B. Wright, 55, of Rutherford Street, died Wednesday, June 21, 2000.

Mr. Henry Toney Jr.
JOHNSTON, S.C. - Mr. Henry Spann Toney Jr., 76, died Saturday, June 24, 2000, at his residence.

Miss Barbara Dent
THOMSON - Miss Barbara Dent, 61, of Ridge Road, died Friday, June 23, 2000, at McDuffie County Regional Medical Center.

Mr. Horace Price Jr.
AIKEN - Mr. Horace W. Price Jr., 52, of Alan Avenue, died Thursday, June 22, 2000, at Aiken Regional Medical Centers.

Mr. Alex Douse
Mr. Alex Douse, 55, of Willow Street, died Tuesday, June 20, 2000, at his residence.

Ms. Mattie Rast
BARNWELL, S.C. - Ms. Mattie Williams Way Rast, 77, died Saturday, June 24, 2000.

Mr. James Slade Jr.
Mr. James Slade Jr., 49, died Saturday, June 17, 2000, at his residence.

Mr. Charles Faith
BEECH ISLAND - Mr. Charles Ray Faith, 69, died Saturday, June 24, 2000, at Mattie C. Hall Healthcare, Aiken.

Mrs. Vivian Watkins
Mrs. Vivian Dean Watkins, 83, died Friday, June 23, 2000, in Statesboro.

Mrs. Barbara Conditt
Mrs. Barbara Ann Conditt, 51, of Maddox Road, died Thursday, June 22, 2000, at Doctors Hospital.

Dr. Hal Holmes
Dr. Hal H. Holmes, 77, of Regent Place, died Thursday, June 22, 2000, at Doctors Hospital.

The Rev. Virgil Conditt
The Rev. Virgil Ray Conditt, 52, of Maddox Road, died Thursday, June 22, 2000, at Doctors Hospital.

Mr. Warren Baker
Mr. Warren D. Baker, 75, died Thursday, June 22, 2000, at his residence.

Mr. J. Michael Jones
Mr. J. Michael ``Mike'' Jones, 40, of Martinez, died Friday, June 23, 2000, at Medical College of Georgia Hospital.

Mrs. Nora English
SANDERSVILLE, Ga. - Mrs. Nora English, 93, of East McCarty Street, died Tuesday, June 20, 2000, at Heritage Inn Nursing Home.

Mr. J. Michael Jones
Mr. J. Michael ``Mike'' Jones, 40, of Martinez, died Friday, June 23, 2000, at Medical College of Georgia Hospital.

Mrs. Lula Long

Mrs. D'Arcy Lott

Mr. Horace Price Jr.

Mr. James Slade Jr.

Mr. Roger Ashley

Mr. Richard Allen

Mrs. Vivian Watkins

Mr. W. Glenn Wells

Mr. Charles Faith

Ms. Mattie Rast

Mr. J. Michael Jones

Mr. Fann Burley

Mr. Alex Douse

Mr. Floyd Herndon Jr.

Mrs. Gladys Wilson

Miss Barbara Dent

Mrs. Barbara Conditt

Dr. Hal Holmes

Mrs. Mary Jackson

Mr. Charles Blackwell

Mrs. Louise Quick

Mrs. Betty Wright

Mr. Allen Costoff

Mrs. Elma Wiley

Mr. Henry Toney Jr.

Mrs. Mary Smith

Mr. J. Michael Jones

Mrs. Trelly Owenby

Mr. Warren Baker

Ms. Phyllis Williams

Mr. Walter Green Sr.

Kent: Political primer reflections; Strom speaks
Timing is everything in politics and life. That's why, with primaries occurring in many states, it's a good time for anyone interested in how politics really works to read Mean Business (Longstr

Tiger Woods practices, why don't Christians?
BEFORE TIGER Woods won the 2000 U.S. Open on Sunday by 15 strokes, he spent two hours on Wednesday

Tiger Woods practices, why don't Christians?
BEFORE TIGER Woods won the 2000 U.S. Open on Sunday by 15 strokes, he spent two hours on Wednesday

Teen girls' compassion impressive
Once in a long while you see people doing something so good that you think it deserves a fine showcase - maybe even a stage. What my friend and I saw the other day deserves that kind of glitz. Lamar Rush, Augusta

Democrats voted for hefty tax hike
Carroll C. Kenny's June 14 letter shared his pride in President Clinton's recent recognition by the French and concluded by asking, how much more President Clinton would have accomplished if voters had been intelligent enough to elect a Democratic Congress. Keith Shafer, Augusta

Incumbent offers voters a choice
On Tuesday, you will have a very important choice to make. Danny Bishop, Edgefield

State rep's hands-on style praised
I will vote for state Rep. Robin Williams, R-Augusta, in the July 18 GOP primary because I find him to be very professional and helpful. He went out of his way to help me with a problem when he could have had someone else do it for him. Johnni Strickland, Augusta

The NAACP is losing its focus
South Carolina National Association for the Advancement of Colored People President James Gallman is the latest shining example of how badly out of focus the organization has gotten. Gene Paul Mann, Jackson

Edgefield group 'radical rednecks'
Re the June 13 Edgefield County Council primary election: D.L.Tanner, North Augusta

Ga. Paroles Board proud of reforms
I read with great interest your June 11 editorial saying Carlton Jones represents what's wrong with parole in Georgia. Charles J. Topetzes, Atlanta

Kent's his man; Chronicle his paper
I've lived and worked in the Central Savannah River Area for over 16 years, longer than any other place in my professional career, except for 20 years in the San Francisco Bay area. Clifford D. Ponder, North Augusta

Kent: Political primer reflections; Strom speaks
Timing is everything in politics and life. That's why, with primaries occurring in many states, it's a good time for anyone interested in how politics really works to read Mean Business (Longstr

Support sought for Bishop in Edgefield
I am asking my friends to re-elect Danny Bishop for the Edgefield County Council District 5 (Merriwether/Westside) seat this Tuesday. Tim R. Campbell, North Augusta

What digital divide?
A report issued this month by research firm Jupiter Communications seems tailor-made to give political ammunition to Clinton-Gore administration proposals to make ownership of personal computers and access to the Internet a civil right - at a starting cost, incidentally, of over $2 billion.

E-signature: Be wary
The ''electronic signature'' bill that President Clinton strongly endorses could be one of the most significant pieces of legislation to come out of the 106th Congress.

Harbin 'pork money' a bad tradeoff
In her May 25 Chronicle letter, Tina Plowman praised District 113 state Rep. Ben Harbin, R-Evans, for bringing home $75,000 in ``political pork money.'' Melanie Carter, Martinez

Enjoys sitting a spell on Broad St.
I hope the Augusta Commission does not undo in a few months what it took years of hard work by many civic-minded individuals and dedicated businesses to accomplish - being able to cater to those who enjoy ''going downtown to sit a spell on Broad Street.'' Dutch Hockman, Augusta

Water use priorities out of whack
I am amazed, though not surprised, at the incessant whinings, rantings and threats of political retribution against Augusta-Richmond County officials and the Utility Department regarding the impact the water shortage is having on lawns and shrubberies. Harry Roy Bell, Augusta

Clearing the air
There were two significant developments on Augusta's air quality front this week.

S.C. campaign begins
The problem with South Carolina's legislative session is that it runs for such a long time - more than half a year - that by the time it completes its business just about everybody, except the politicians, have lost interest.

Chancellor's choices
The process of appointing a presidential search committee to replace Dr. Francis Tedesco at the Medical College of Georgia is moving at a snail's pace, and it now appears impossible for a new president to be in place by the time Tedesco retires Dec. 31.

Hate crime parody
Here we go again. The U.S. Senate just approved another federal hate-crime bill, by adding yet more categories of victims.

Edgefield election raises questions
I very much wish to know what the Edgefield County Council candidates believe they can do for the county. Laurie Landrum, North Augusta

Summer league important to players

Overtime: Former Jaguar assumes head coaching role

Controversies surround Tyson

Overtime: Augusta team wins national Jr. rowing title

Augusta rivalry rekindled

Good ponds take work

Deer not always abundant

Doctors target obese children
Zabrina Thompkins ducked past her brother's arm and deftly laid the basketball off the backboard and through the rim.

Site consolidates government information
LOS ANGELES (AP) - The government is consolidating its 20,000 Web sites into a single Internet location offering information from grants and contracts to an individual's benefits, President Clinton said Saturday.

Exhibit celebrates the mind
The latest exhibit in Savannah River Site's 50th anniversary celebration pays tribute to the most common, yet most advanced, computer at the site - the brain.

Computer hacker tries new outlet
LOS ANGELES - If he can't use computers for the next several years, former hacker Kevin Mitnick believes he should at least be allowed to write about the magazines that report on them.

Doctors target obese children

Site consolidates government information

Exhibit celebrates the mind

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