Outgrowing fashion is comforting

Business briefs

Business calendar

Local executives have loan authority

Payday loans work best as a final option

Survey: Augusta's job market strong

Georgia notebook

Georgia falls short against rival

Eagles tame Cowboys, 47-17

Eagles put home win streak on line

Bulldogs still haunted by call

Yellowjackets' retain bragging rights

Georgia Tech notebook

Newberry 81, USC Aiken 65

Catawba 84, USC Aiken women 58

Newberry women 73, Paine College 59

Georgia 65, No. 13 Utah 60

Garcia winner on day one of Skins Game

Area schools seek grideon glory

Fitzgerald blanks Laney

Lincoln County tops Bremen

Midland honors announcer

Knights eliminated by Westside-Macon

Silver Bluff takes thriller

Edmund Burke 32, Fullington 0

Aiken advances to championships

Greer leads Jackson over Screven County

Mitchell goes for 45 in Josey's win

Spartans coast past Wildcats

High school basketball preview

Stingrays top Lynx 4-3

Tiger Sharks come from behind to win

ECHL notebook

Lynx ledger and notebook

List names most dangerous crossings

Shooter kills one, wounds 2

Holiday happenings

Holidays increase violence intensity

Suspect is a classmate

Live trees still holiday favorite

Shoppers brave crowds

Shooter kills one, wounds 2

Buckner Cookie Jar Jam postponed

Across the area

Area briefs

Christmas wish lists have variety of toys

Slayings torment families

Empty Stocking Fund

Hog heaven

Art groups find little support for center

City seeks a fix for tax woes

Assaults, homicide trials set for Monday

Weekend roundup

Festivity kicks off holidays

Hawks woes continue

Atlanta guard placed on injured list

76ers 76, Hawks 67

Brothers play post-dinner game

Broncos sign Suttle

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Empty Stocking Fund 11/25/00

Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: Flowers can hold special meaning 11/26/00

Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: Hidden beauty 11/26/00

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Empty Stocking Fund 11/26/00

Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: World history comes alive in ancient Tunisian city 11/26/00

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: List names most dangerous crossings 11/26/00

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Shoppers brave crowds 11/25/00

Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: A richer life 11/25/00

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Shooter kills one, wounds 2 11/25/00

Augusta Georgia: technology@ugusta: The Mound plant 11/25/00

Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: French charm 11/26/00

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Slayings torment families 11/26/00

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Art groups find little support for center 11/26/00

Augusta Georgia: technology@ugusta: Humidity, gnats didn't deter man 11/25/00

Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: Muslims worldwide prepare for Ramadan 11/25/00

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Weekend roundup 11/25/00

Augusta Georgia: technology@ugusta: Changing times 11/26/00

Augusta Georgia: business@ugusta: Local executives have loan authority 11/26/00

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Shooter kills one, wounds 2 11/25/00

Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: Return to God's path is always an option 11/25/00

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: City seeks a fix for tax woes 11/26/00

Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: Pope Joan story linked to corruption 11/26/00

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Live trees still holiday favorite 11/25/00

Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: Georgian works to take the Word of God to the Russian people 11/25/00

Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: Sales are revving up on ATV for kids 6-11 11/26/00

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Hog heaven 11/26/00

Ms. Yolanda Bacon

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Mrs. Nicole Redd

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Mr. Jimmie Johnson Sr.

Mrs. Lillian Rachels

Mr. Charlie Compton Jr.

Mrs. Viola Harvey

Mrs. Mary Dickens

Mrs. Lollis Hutchinson

Mr. John Bell

Mr. Arthur Hall

Mrs. Sadie Holston

Mrs. Mildred Kennedy

Rev. Dan Evans Jr.

Mr. Darius Keen

Mr. Ray Hall

Mrs. Helen Thompson

Mrs. Virginia Mathews

Mr. Richard Belger

Mrs. Paula Saxon

Mrs. Cortez Collins

Mrs. Cecile Smith

Mrs. Mary Dickens

Mrs. Margaret Claxton

Mrs. Mary Williford

Ms. Grace Rhoden

Mr. Ernest Young

Mr. J.C. Oliver

Mrs. Ruby Bradshaw

Mr. Elliott Dent Sr.

Mrs. Cleoniss O'Banion

Mrs. Anna Dillard

Mrs. Virginia Martin

Mr. Lawrence Robinson

Mr. George Stowe

Mr. Robert Newsome

Mr. James Bartley Jr.

Mrs. Marion Carpenter

Mr. Frank Garbutt Sr.

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Area sports announcements

Overtime

Henman reaches semis

Eagles dying from mysterious disease

State record affirmed

Outdoors Calendar

Boar processing too limited

French charm

Faith digest

Sales are revving up on ATV for kids 6-11

In the know

A richer life

Flowers can hold special meaning

World history comes alive in ancient Tunisian city

Pope Joan story linked to corruption

Georgian works to take the Word of God to the Russian people

Return to God's path is always an option

Hidden beauty

Richardson to be at SRS bash

Humidity, gnats didn't deter man

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