Kids will dance, play at festival

Trio has three-star ranking

Ramblin' Rhodes

Group to play original Duke

Southern landscape

Worshipping fans have never stopped loving George Jones

Head of Gooding clan feels called to entertain

Don't trust everything you read

Local company buys First Union building

Home improvement

Job cuts will pass Aiken by

Business briefs

Business briefs

Dantzler presents problem for Gamecocks

Georgia notebook

Georgia notebook

Clemson notebook

College games on the radio

Not getting their kicks

College game schedule

Georgia Tech notebook

Area players in college

SEC notebook

College games on Television

Final game has meaning

Georgia Tech notebook

Tale of the Tape

Local roundup

Wilson reshapes Lady Jags' roster

Panthers surprise Bulldogs

'Big' Jaguars look to defend title

Carolina looks to challenge

Lady Pacers could make run at crown

South Carolina State 60, Vanderbilt 65

Chemistry, balance keys for USC Aiken

Milestone win approaches

Carson Newman 81, USC Aiken 71

Kane continues a confident surge

Cambridge rallies past Wardlaw 32-26

Lincoln County in total control

Johnson County 30, Claxton 0

Double trouble

Backbone of the program

N.E. Macon feels pain more than Tomberlin

Screven County 41, Dodge County 14

Brotherly trio ends Mustangs' season

Silver Bluff in Lower State title contest

Swainsboro breezes past Thomasville

Aiken's Corey Ready

Washington-Wilkes dominates Lumpkin Cty

South Carolina playoff schedule

Georgia prep football poll

Balanced attack leads Aiken to win

Evans registers a 17-0 shutout

Batesburg-Leesville 39, Mullins 0

Thomas Jefferson 41, Crisp Academy 0

Edmund Burke 22, Terrell Academy 20

Flyers 3, Thrashers 2, OT

Tiger Sharks hand Lynx another loss

Lynx ledger and notebook

Lynx notebook

Augusta unable to rally

Elective courses may get more time

Weather won't deter Aiken steeplechase

Children's abilities motivate educator

Double-amputee won't let life slow him down

Across the area

Tedesco gives his last address

Winter use determines sewage bill

Across the area

Stallions introduce 2nd coach

Williams, civil rights icon, dies

Justices' ruling gives Gore boost

Hospital board adopts budget

Study yields drug to cure cocaine lust

University exhibits AIDS Quilt

Holiday lights

Schools in poor areas get low marks

Federal court refuses to stop tabulation

Edgefield County sews up manufacturer

Gore asks federal court to step aside

Experts clear up Electoral College confusion

Teacher likes to add humor to classroom

Report card gives county's schools mixed grade

Owner takes home 4-foot-long snake

Multistate hunt for alleged car thief continues

Weekend roundup

Richmond County High #1 in state

Savannah State staff seeks VP resignation

Cities want to establish state agency

Jury seeks changes to education policy

Bus fleet may get additions

Flag issue divides legislators

Magic's McGrady steps up game

Freeman fined $10,000

Panthers hope for quick recovery

Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: A time to give thanks 11/18/00

Augusta Georgia: business@ugusta: Home improvement 11/18/00

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Double-amputee won't let life slow him down 11/17/00

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Edgefield County sews up manufacturer 11/17/00

Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: Kids will dance, play at festival 11/17/00

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: University exhibits AIDS Quilt 11/17/00

Augusta Georgia: business@ugusta: Local company buys First Union building 11/17/00

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Tedesco gives his last address 11/17/00

Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: Cover crops can enrich garden's soil 11/17/00

Augusta Georgia: technology@ugusta: Net phone creator's keeps technology simple 11/17/00

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Williams, civil rights icon, dies 11/17/00

Augusta Georgia: technology@ugusta: Missouri site: brains of the operation 11/17/00

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Children's abilities motivate educator 11/18/00

Augusta Georgia: technology@ugusta: From the ground up 11/17/00

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Owner takes home 4-foot-long snake 11/18/00

Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: Worshipping fans have never stopped loving George Jones 11/17/00

Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: Ramblin' Rhodes 11/17/00

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Justices' ruling gives Gore boost 11/18/00

Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: Group to play original Duke 11/17/00

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Holiday lights 11/18/00

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: County sheds light on drunken drivers 11/17/00

Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: Southern landscape 11/17/00

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Weather won't deter Aiken steeplechase 11/18/00

Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: Trio has three-star ranking 11/17/00

Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: Jack-Frost nipping at your nose? 11/17/00

Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: Christian bookstores, library spread Word on videos 11/18/00

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Teacher likes to add humor to classroom 11/17/00

Augusta Georgia: technology@ugusta: Learning experiences 11/18/00

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Mrs. Pauline Hicks

Mr. Jimmy Boyd Sr.

Mr. John Kennedy Sr.

Mrs. Louise Hill

Mrs. Mary Bedingfield

Katherine Wells

Mrs. Annie Way

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Mrs. Estella Stockton

Mrs. Kathy Corley

Mrs. Inzamaree Gould

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Mrs. Genevieve Tudor

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Founding Fathers wisely created the Electoral College 111700 - The Augusta Chronicle

Sisler: Every day should be a day of thanksgiving 111800 - The Augusta Chronicle

Rivera did more than make mistake 111700 - The Augusta Chronicle

A traffic warning 111800 - The Augusta Chronicle

Stop the madness 111800 - The Augusta Chronicle

Florida ballot's wasn't confusing 111800 - The Augusta Chronicle

Voters who can't read shouldn't vote 111700 - The Augusta Chronicle

Electoral College a slavery relic 111800 - The Augusta Chronicle

What gridlock? 111800 - The Augusta Chronicle

Aiken Co. School Board attorney rebuts criticism 111800 - The Augusta Chronicle

Election's fair only if Gore wins 111700 - The Augusta Chronicle

Wants Rivera held accountable 111800 - The Augusta Chronicle

McKee cartoon wickedly accurate 111700 - The Augusta Chronicle

Palm Beach voter cartoon lauded 111700 - The Augusta Chronicle

Augusta racer seeks equality

Turnover time getting close

Overtime

Overtime

Fishing tournament news

Gordon, Nadeau finish one-two

Christian bookstores, library spread Word on videos

Jack-Frost nipping at your nose?

A time to give thanks

Christians must carry their faith into world

Cover crops can enrich garden's soil

Missouri site: brains of the operation

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