Road trip gives Braves insight

Jaguars sign seven for baseball

Surhoff dealt to Atlanta

Braves notes: Surhoff faces adjustment

Millwood strong in Braves' win

Jackets top RiverDogs

Industry celebrates beer intake

Device lets home sell itself

Device lets home sell itself
House hunting usually entails driving through neighborhoods and picking up fliers stuffed inside ``for sale'' signs. But local real estate agents are taking the process a step further by broadcasting the information over the radio.

Area unemployment rate shows increase
The Augusta area's jobless rate climbed slightly in June to 5.2 percent, up nearly a full point from May, when it was 4.3 percent. But Georgia Department of Labor officials said that still was lower than last year.

Business briefs

Business briefs
NEW YORK - Stocks rebounded Monday from last week's wave of selling as buyers returned for blue-chip technology issues at bargain prices.

Area unemployment rate shows increase

Business briefs
NEW YORK- New economic reports calmed Wall Street's inflation fears Tuesday, sending blue-chip stocks higher, but technology stocks dropped amid profit-taking from Monday's rally.

Dogs benched for phone fraud

Donnan concerned about inexperience

Yellow Jackets get first look at freshmen

Wife should have been appointed

Editorial on Miller was sour grapes

PSC & deregulation

Nancy Coverdell for U.S. Senate?

What sense?

Tax law loopholes need to be closed

How to bring down fuel prices

Hopes Johnson defeats Walker

Evolution disproves Creationism

Is GOP faking it?

Finds partial birth abortion upsetting

In the know
PRICE CHECK: Each Wednesday, Price Check offers price comparisons on consumer goods and services. This week we focused on nail treatments and artificial nails. Salons included in our survey were: #1 Nails, 404 E. Martintown Road; N

Dorm-room gourmet
For many college students, dorm-room dining means late-night pizza delivery and microwave popcorn. But with a few small appliances, utensils and recipes, your rising coed could become a dorm-room gourmet.

Small portions
Sure, watermelon is a refreshing summer treat, but now there is a new reason to enjoy a slice. Scientists from the U.S. Department of Agriculture have found that watermelon contains high levels of lycopene - an antioxidant that may help the body fight cancer and prevent disease.

Dieter hits a wall in effort to drop pounds
Since last month, Weight Loss 2000 participant Sabrina Sanchez has lost one pound, hitting a plateau at 176.

Stocking the right groceries helpful for dorm cooking
When dealing with little storage space and an unconventional cooking setup, it's important for college students who plan to cook in their dorms to stock up on the right groceries. Eliot Flannery and I toured a grocery store to give him ideas of what works in a small kitchen, what stores well and what spices and seasonings are the most versatile. Here's what we came up with:

Age old question
Q: What are some tasty ways to add soy to my diet? - H.A., Harlem

Dog days of summer
Zeke Griffis loves morning walks along the Augusta Canal. Not only do they provide the puppy with an outlet for his endless energy and curiosity, he also gets to spend time with one of his favorite people - his owner.

In the know
SPIKED SANDALS: It's a sweltering summer day and you have a golf match lined up. You have Bermuda shorts, a short-sleeved shirt and a shade visor to help beat the heat. But what about those shoes?

Stocking the right groceries helpful for dorm cooking
When dealing with little storage space and an unconventional cooking setup, it's important for college students who plan to cook in their dorms to stock up on the right groceries. Eliot Flannery and I toured a grocery store to give him ideas of what works in a small kitchen, what stores well and what spices and seasonings are the most versatile. Here's what we came up with:

Howell set for season

Vice captain resigns from team

Harlem's midnight madness

Industry celebrates beer intake
I didn't know this. Maybe you didn't either. Try to name the Georgia industry that generates $454 million in state and local taxes, the same industry that contributes $917 in federal taxes.

Michael Clark wins John Deere Classic; Howell takes third place
SILVIS, Ill. -- Michael Clark, a rookie on the PGA Tour, beat Kirk Triplett on the fourth playoff hole Monday to win the rain-delayed John Deere Classic. -- The Augusta Chronicle

No charges will be filed against Brown
AIKEN - The Godfather of Soul has been cleared of allegations that he assaulted and kidnapped a utility worker at his Beech Island home last month. No charges will be filed against James Brown, Aiken County Sheriff Howard Sellers announced in a press release Tuesday afternoon. Full story --The Augusta Chronicle

Stocking the right groceries helpful for dorm cooking

Dorm-room gourmet

In the know

Dog days of summer

Small portions

Age old question

Stocking the right groceries helpful for dorm cooking

Dieter hits a wall in effort to drop pounds

Senate hopeful touts experience
PHILADELPHIA - Mack Mattingly might have been out of the U.S. Senate since his defeat in 1986, but he hasn't been retired.

Man admits guilt in killings

Michael Clark wins John Deere Classic; Howell takes third place

Vote ends rezoning dispute
After watching his rezoning request bounce between Columbia County's Commission and Planning Commission for more than a month, E.A. Markwalter Jr. can finally start renovating his office.

Council passes new drug testing policies
EDGEFIELD, S.C. - Edgefield County Council voted Tuesday to change its drug and alcohol policies, approving pre-employment testing for county employees and random testing for safety-sensitive positions.

Board OKs plan for tax funds
Commissioners agreed Tuesday on the specifics of where money will go if voters approve a property tax increase and extend the 1 cent sales tax this fall.

Breast cancer study targets black women
Corine Landers thought the pain in her back and her side was probably arthritis. Then she remembered the lump she had felt in her breast.

Police clear Brown of assault allegations

Sheriff's office settles lawsuit

Court upholds wrongful-death damages

Breast cancer study targets black women

Council passes new drug testing policies

Stallions counting on rings of experience in playoffs

Mother will face charges

Animal insurance raises questions

Georgians get preview of GOP defense plan

Sheriff's office settles lawsuit
AIKEN - The Aiken County Sheriff's Office has settled a lawsuit with a man who claimed a deputy used excessive force during a criminal domestic violence arrest in 1995.

Fans fail Stallions in playoffs

Officials approve SRS plant

No charges will be filed against Brown

HOPE scholarships increase enrollment

Stallions overcome first hurdle

County considers vote on tax

Former ValuJet chief intends to challenge Miller

Showers generate problems
A heavy storm that passed through the Augusta area Tuesday brought nearly 2 inches of rain and another onslaught of flooding, electrical and traffic problems.

Tobacco markets lose fanfare

Court upholds wrongful-death damages
COLUMBIA - A $7 million verdict in the wrongful-death case against Aiken surgeon Dr. Franklin Epstein was not excessive and should not be overturned, the South Carolina Court of Appeals has ruled.

Dorsey: Fans fail Stallions in playoffs

Former ValuJet chief intends to challenge Miller
PHILADELPHIA - While the nomination of George W. Bush for president at this week's Republican National Convention is a foregone conclusion, Georgia's delegates and alternates might play a role in clearing up one uncertainty: who will oppose Democrat Zell Miller in November's U.S. Senate race.

Vote ends rezoning dispute

Chiefs' bill goes unpaid

Senate hopeful touts experience

Correction
An article in Friday's editions of The Augusta Chronicle should have said the tritium extraction facility at Savannah River Site will remove tritium from special rods designed to create the gas when the rods are irradiated in a nuclear reactor.

Board OKs plan for tax funds

County considers vote on tax
AIKEN - Voters in Aiken County are likely to be given another chance to levy a 1 cent sales tax on themselves in the November general election.

Residents consider tax vote

Animal insurance raises questions
Health insurance for pets can be an owner's safety net for a longtime companion. But some say it is too expensive for the benefits.

Across the area

Correction

Dude ranch corrals Germans

Schrenko will not run for Senate

GOP event seeks to broaden appeal
PHILADELPHIA - When Democrat Bill Clinton was elected president in 1992, he vowed to appoint a Cabinet that would ``look like America.''

Regency Mall has an empty feeling

Schrenko will not run for Senate
PHILADELPHIA - Republican state school Superintendent Linda Schrenko announced Monday that she won't enter Georgia's U.S. Senate race and instead will support former ValuJet President Lewis Jordan for the seat.

State requests aid for flooding study

Man admits guilt in killings
AIKEN - A Lexington County man pleaded guilty Monday to participating in two robbery-motivated slayings in Aiken and Orangeburg counties, including the killing of a Salley man during a home invasion in April 1998.

Across the area

Paramedic receives suspension from board
Burke County commissioners suspended a veteran paramedic-firefighter for five days Monday instead of firing her as her boss had asked them to.

Residents consider tax vote
AIKEN - A proposal to place a referendum on the ballot for the November general election was hailed as a ``window of opportunity'' and a way ``to help ensure a bright future for Aiken County '' by Briton Williams, chairman-elect of the North Augusta Chamber of Commerce during a public hearing on the ordinance Tuesday night.

Hospital hires new executive
University Hospital has hired a new chief operating officer.

Chiefs' bill goes unpaid
The Radisson Riverfront Hotel Augusta's general manager has asked the city to help collect thousands of dollars in past-due bills from a June fire chiefs conference.

Mother will face charges
A 22-year-old mother whose newborn girl was found stuffed in a bathroom cabinet will face felony charges after her release from hospital care, according to the Richmond County Sheriff's Department.

Richmond County resources director resigns
Richmond County's human resources director quit his job Tuesday and, in a seven-page resignation letter, accused City Administrator Randy Oliver of knowingly violating federal labor law, underpaying employees, mismanaging county government and ignoring county procedure.

Officials approve SRS plant
Assistant Energy Secretary Carolyn Huntoon announced Monday that the federal nuclear-weapons site will be the location of a ``melt-and-dilute plant.'' The facility will dispose of 31.6 tons of spent nuclear-reactor fuel.

Police clear Brown of assault allegations
AIKEN - James Brown has another reason to feel good. The Aiken County Sheriff's Office has cleared the Godfather of Soul of allegations that he assaulted and kidnapped a utility worker.

State requests aid for flooding study
State transportation commissioners have asked the federal government to get involved in a local interchange project to fix flooding problems on Interstate 20 and prevent future flooding problems caused by new construction.

Lack of oxygen killed infant

Lack of oxygen killed infant
The newborn girl found dead in a cabinet under a bathroom sink in a south Augusta residence Saturday was born alive but died from a lack of oxygen, a Richmond County coroner said Monday.

Tobacco markets lose fanfare
STATESBORO, Ga. - Monday morning at Brannen's Tobacco Warehouse, farmers were dropping off tons of tobacco in the steamy-hot metal warehouse and taking short breaks in front of a giant fan.

HOPE scholarships increase enrollment
ATLANTA - HOPE scholarships haven't sent enrollment soaring in University System of Georgia schools, but have caused steady gains, according to statistics released by the system.

Texans talk about the 'real' Bush
PHILADELPHIA - Texas delegates are pleased that the rest of the country is getting what they consider a true picture of their native son during the Republican National Convention.

Regency Mall has an empty feeling
Mrs. Lee is the owner of King's Jewelry, one of five stores operating in the nearly empty mall. Montgomery Ward is the only anchor. J.B. White, now Dillard's, moved to Augusta Mall in January 1998.

Georgians get preview of GOP defense plan
PHILADELPHIA - Hours before Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., and Bush foreign policy adviser Condoleezza Rice mounted the massive podium at the Republican National Convention on Tuesday night to talk about defense and the military, the Georgia delegation got a preview.

Dude ranch corrals Germans
MADISON, Ga. - What in this Morgan County town would entice hundreds of Germans to trade in their lederhosen for chaps?

Texans talk about the 'real' Bush

Fire leaves family in need of home
HEPHZIBAH - The members of a Burke County family are trying to rebuild their lives after a fire destroyed their mobile home.

Across the area
A man robbed the manager of Wendy's restaurant on Wrightsboro Road early Monday and escaped on foot with an unknown amount of money, a Richmond County sheriff's investigator said.

Across the area
Police arrested a teen-ager at Lucy C. Laney High School on Monday and charged her with carrying a weapon on school property, a Richmond County Sheriff's Department investigator said.

Hornets-Heat deal approved by NBA

Guy among NFL's all-time best

Falcons prepare for trip to Japan

Mrs. Doris Ledger
BARTOW, Ga. - Mrs. Doris Ann Ledger, 73, died Sunday, July 30, 2000, at Glendale Nursing Home, Wadley.

Mrs. Bertha Bailey
LILBURN, Ga. - Mrs. Bertha Brown Bailey died Sunday, July 30, 2000, at Lilburn Health and Rehabilitation Center.

Mr. Willard Roundtree Sr.
SYLVANIA, Ga. - Mr. T. Willard Roundtree Sr., 84, died Monday, July 31, 2000, at Syl-View Health Care Center.

Dr. Donald Billings
SYLVANIA, Ga. - Dr. Donald E. Billings, 85, died Monday, July 31, 2000, at Screven County Hospital.

Mr. Ronald Yon
SALLEY - Mr. Ronald Allen ``Ronnie'' Yon, 45, of Hollow Creek Road, died Sunday, July 30, 2000, at Aiken Regional Medical Centers, Aiken.

Tristan Coleman
HEPHZIBAH - Tristan Michael Coleman, infant son of Susan and Christopher Coleman, died Sunday, July 30, 2000, at Doctors Hospital, Augusta.

Mrs. Daisy Harvley
GREENWOOD, S.C. - Mrs. Daisy Mae Hollingsworth Harvley, 82, died Monday, July 31, 2000, at Self Memorial Hospital.

Mrs. Beatrice Deloach
BROOKLET, Ga. - Mr. Beatrice Denmark Deloach, 90, died Tuesday, Aug. 1, 2000, at Sunbridge Care and Rehabilitation Center, Statesboro.

Mr. John McManus
GRANITEVILLE - Mr. John Atkins McManus, 72, died Saturday, July 29, 2000, in Augusta.

Mrs. Annie Walker
AIKEN - Mrs. Annie L. Walker, 70, of Colleton Avenue Northwest, died Saturday, July 29, 2000, at Mattie C. Hall Heath Care Center.

Mr. Rufus Pearson
THOMSON - Mr. Rufus Willie Pearson, 75, of Third Street, died Sunday, July 30, 2000, at Thomson Manor Nursing Home.

Mr. John Riggan Sr.
SUMMERFIELD, Fla. - Mr. John D. Riggan Sr., 72, died Monday, July 31, 2000, at his residence.

Alice Gartrell
THOMSON - Mrs. Alice Gartrell, 92, of Poplar Street, died Saturday, July 29, 2000, at Thomson Manor Nursing Home.

Mrs. Louise Edwards
SALUDA, S.C. - Mrs. Louise Adams Edwards, 84, of Ridge Spring Highway, died Tuesday, Aug. 1, 2000, at Saluda Nursing Center.

Mrs. Lizzie Blassingame
SPARTA, Ga. - Mrs. Lizzie L. Blassingame, 50, died Friday, July 28, 2000, at her residence.

Mr. Robert Stephenson
JUPITER, Fla. - Mr. Robert Gordon Stephenson, 46, died Sunday, July 30, 2000.

Mr. John McManus
GRANITEVILLE - Mr. John Atkins McManus, 72, died Saturday, July 29, 2000, in Augusta.

Mrs. Carrie Smith
SAVANNAH - Mrs. Carrie Lee Stephens Smith, 74, died Saturday, July 29, 2000, at Memorial University Health Medical Center.

Mr. Gene McMillan Jr.
SUMMERVILLE, S.C. - Mr. Gene A. McMillan Jr., 49, died Saturday, July 29, 2000, at the Medical University of South Carolina Hospital, Charleston.

Mr. Frank Welcher
Mr. Frank Forest Welcher, 62, of Broad Street, died Monday, July 31, 2000, at Doctors Hospital.

Mr. James Carpenter
MOBILE, Ala. - Mr. James Carpenter, 42, of Clubhouse Road, died Friday, July 28, 2000.

Rev. Aubrey Bishop
SARDIS, Ga. - The Rev. Aubrey E. Bishop, 79, of Vestal Road, died Tuesday, Aug. 1, 2000, at University Hospital, Augusta.

Mr. Roosevelt Hay
BARNWELL, S.C. - Mr. Roosevelt ``Bob'' Hay died Friday, July 28, 2000, at Blair House Health Care Nursing Center, Augusta.

Mrs. Julia Tanksley
Mrs. Julia G. Tanksley, 97, of Marvin Place, died Sunday, July 30, 2000, at University Hospital.

Mrs. Mary Rickerson
Mrs. Mary D. ``Moody'' Rickerson, 75, of Appling, died Saturday, July 29, 2000, at Doctors Hospital, Augusta.

Ms. Brooklyn Franklin
THOMSON - Ms. Brooklyn ``Pie'' Franklin, 69, died Monday, July 31, 2000, at McDuffie Regional Medical Center.

Mr. Karthel Young
SALLEY - Mr. Karthel Walter Young, 77, of Sawyer-Young Road, died Monday, July 31, 2000, at Aiken Regional Medical Centers, Aiken.

Black board members draw blame
First we had the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People ... attack the South Carolina state flag or, as a matter of fact, anything having to do with the South. Suzanne N. Reeves, Waynesboro

Mr. Willie Johnson
SYLVANIA, Ga. - Mr. Willie James Johnson, 81, of Cherry Street, died Saturday, July 29, 2000, at his residence.

Mr. Dickie Brookshire
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. - Mr. Dickie Moretz Brookshire, 51, died Sunday, July 30, 2000.

Mrs. Lillie Moody
Mrs. Lille Mae ``Janie'' Moody, of Heckle Street, died Thursday, July 27, 2000, at University Hospital.

Mrs. Edith Brown
BARNWELL, S.C. - Mrs. Edith O'Berry Brown died Friday, July 28, 2000.

Mr. James Carpenter
MOBILE, Ala. - Mr. James Carpenter, 42, of Clubhouse Road, died Friday, July 28, 2000.

Mr. Roosevelt Hay

Mrs. Annie Walker

Mrs. Bertha Bailey

Mrs. Beatrice Deloach

Mr. Karthel Young

Mr. John McManus

Mrs. Daisy Harvley

Mrs. Julia Tanksley

Alice Gartrell

Mrs. Carrie Smith

Tristan Coleman

Mr. James Carpenter

Black board members draw blame

Mr. John Riggan Sr.

Mr. Gene McMillan Jr.

Dr. Donald Billings

Mrs. Lillie Moody

Mr. Robert Stephenson

Mrs. Lizzie Blassingame

Rev. Aubrey Bishop

Mr. Dickie Brookshire

Mr. Willie Johnson

Ms. Brooklyn Franklin

Mr. James Carpenter

Mr. John McManus

Mr. Frank Welcher

Video poker creeps south
Business owners are bringing video gambling machines to Georgia from South Carolina. After the machines became illegal in the Palmetto State, they began showing up in Richmond County, and now in Columbia County.

New TV violence foes
A press conference took place in Washington last week that should have grabbed the entertainment industry's attention. True, the conference didn't produce anything that hadn't been said before.

Jordan flies into the ring, but with few specifics
That's what editorialist H.L. Mencken wrote about his favorite San Francisco political convention in 1948, and it's an apt description of the 2000 Republican conclave in this city.

Kent: Mattingly makes his move; `Shadow politics'
PHILADELPHIA - Pageantry, parties and protests are highlighting the Republican National Convention, where 2,000 heirs to the party of Abe Lincoln, Teddy Roosevelt and Ronald Reagan ar

Video poker creeps south
Business owners are bringing video gambling machines to Georgia from South Carolina. After the machines became illegal in the Palmetto State, they began showing up in Richmond County, and now in Columbia County.

Finds partial birth abortion upsetting
I am upset with the U.S. Supreme Curt ruling on legalizing partial birth abortions, or abortions period, unless medically necessary. An abortion is a killing of another breathing human being who can't stand up for itself. Tina Cloer, Augusta

Bob Jones music station lauded
Regarding The Chronicle July 23 feature article, ``On the radio trail'': The article by Alisa DeMao was very informative for those traveling this summer in our area Raymond & Loyce Hargrove, North Augusta

PSC & deregulation
Other states were planning to use Georgia's natural gas deregulation program as a model for their own. But wouldn't you know it? The state has hit big-time bumps in the road to a free market and now it seems everyone is having doubts, including some on the Georgia Public Service Commission.

New TV violence foes
A press conference took place in Washington last week that should have grabbed the entertainment industry's attention. True, the conference didn't produce anything that hadn't been said before.

How to bring down fuel prices
Regarding those who took issue with my recent letter about Democrats, the views expressed were formed by personal observation over many years. If you feel these views do not fit you, maybe you are in the wrong party. You are certainly among scoundrels now. Robert E. Smock, Hephzibah

Jordan flies into the ring, but with few specifics
That's what editorialist H.L. Mencken wrote about his favorite San Francisco political convention in 1948, and it's an apt description of the 2000 Republican conclave in this city.

Eugene Holley fondly remembered
Upon the passing of someone we have come to know, either privately or publicly, the occurrence gives us an opportunity to reflect and itemize the contributions and impact such an individual has made upon society and ourselves. Mike Rucker, Augusta

Nancy Coverdell for U.S. Senate?
No one could admire the late U.S. Sen. Paul Coverdell, R-Ga., more than I do. He always responded to my letters, and whenever I had an appointment to meet him, he always showed up. I am sure that many times he broke away from more important things to do so. Alex Cawthon, Thomson

Editorial on Miller was sour grapes
In response to your July 26 editorial, ``Unfair head start,'' I realize that The Augusta Chronicle is partial toward Republican politics. This is not a problem for me, nor is your right to make the statements contained in the editorial. Gerald Loft, Augusta

Wife should have been appointed
If Gov. Roy Barnes was a gentleman, he would have appointed Nancy Coverdell to fulfill the unexpired term of her late husband Sen. Paul Coverdell. Penny Ballas, Augusta

Evolution disproves Creationism
Regarding the July 25 letter, ``Evolution a tool to ruin Christianity'' and ``Evolution, creationism both theories,'' when I read that ``the concept of evolution directly contradicts the Second Law of Thermodynamics,'' I wondered why, if this is so, physics professors - those with an intimate understanding of this law - ever allowed the ``bunk'' of evolution to get off the ground. Could it be that that creationists have misrepresented this law to serve their own ends?Diana Black, Hephzibah

William Calhoun
Augusta is a better place today because William Calhoun was born and lived his life here. His death Friday at age 81 will be deeply felt by our community.

Is GOP faking it?
Democrats and their partisan Big Media echo chambers are characterizing the GOP's showcasing of minorities, including gays, at the party's Philadelphia convention as an exercise in hypocrisy in order to pander to an increasingly diverse population.

Kent: Mattingly makes his move; `Shadow politics'
PHILADELPHIA - Pageantry, parties and protests are highlighting the Republican National Convention, where 2,000 heirs to the party of Abe Lincoln, Teddy Roosevelt and Ronald Reagan ar

Tax law loopholes need to be closed
Re the requirements placed on counties by the 1999 ``Taxpayers Bill of Rights,'' passed by the Georgia General Assembly and signed into law by Gov. Roy Barnes: David K. Simpson, Martinez

What sense?
British and German researchers report they have located the subsections of the human brain which account for a person's ``general intelligence'' - or, put more simply, how one scores on IQ tests.

Hopes Johnson defeats Walker
The re-election of state Sen. Charles Walker, D-Augusta, does not have to be inevitable. Carroll Norton, Augusta

Why high court bans school prayers
A.H. Rau, in The Augusta Chronicle, June 29, seems to be worried about the U.S. Supreme Court. The ruling against prayers invoked by a person at the beginning of a (public school) sporting event, was ruled a ``no-no''. Carl S. Champlin, Aiken

Overtime: Olympics panel OKs new drug test

Overtime: Tigers' Shyatt loses second assistant coach

GOP convention is online
PHILADELPHIA (AP) - From the rafters of the First Union Center shines a familiar-looking sign with a year 2000 message: ``On the Net.''

Counties go online
It used to be a 15-mile trip from his Washington Road office to the Columbia County Courthouse in Appling.

Viewers should make a run for `Chicken Run'
A spunky, plucky chicken named Ginger (Ms. Sawalha) is tired of being locked up on the chicken farm belonging to Mrs. Tweedy (Ms. Richardson), so she decides to band together with all of the other chickens and escape. They get caught every time, though. With the arrival of Rocky (Mr. Gibson), a supposed flying rooster, Ginger and the rest of the chickens think they have found their way out, but trouble abounds.

Advice line
``I'm going to high school next year, and some of my old best friends are starting to act too grown up and are getting way too involved with boys. I want to end our friendship. What should I do?''- 13-year-old Aiken girl

Xtreme calendar
Chill out to new movies being released on video: Aaliyah and Jet Li do some street fighting and romancing in Romeo Must Die, and romance blossoms unexpectedly in Whatever It Takes, starring James Franco and Marla Sokoloff.

Viewers should make a run for `Chicken Run'

Poll results
Here are the results from a recent Xtreme reader poll. We asked the question:

Xtreme movies
Professor Charles Xavier (Mr. Stewart) and his team of mutants, the X-Men, want to use their powers to help humanity while Magneto (Mr. McKellen) wants mutants to use their powers to control humanity.

The Storytellers
Stop, look and listen is something you probably heard a lot in elementary school.

Advice line

Your style
THE FACTS: Jason Webb, 19, a recent graduate of North Augusta High School.

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GOP convention is online

Counties go online