Business briefs

Business briefs

Consider costs, timing before refinancing mortgage

Lamar increases exposure

Maytag management shake-up gives Williston plant new chief

Business calendar

Pocket change

Company earns tech certification

More dot-coms are becoming dot-bombs

Bar owners say they are targeted

Electrolux sheds workers

Georgia Southern going to finals

Eagles meet the Blue Hens in playoffs

Heisman winner too close to call

Lady Bulldogs top Georgia Tech

Win is very important for Gamecocks

Fast start lifts Jags past Savannah State

'Dogs show resolve, top Wolfpack

Local roundup

South Carolina gets an "ugly" win

Duval-Woods two strokes behind

Golf notebook

Washington-Wilkes dominates Cook

Swainsboro blanks Washington County

Red Devils out to settle score with Commerce

Golden Hawks seeking return to glory days

Georgia playoff games at a glance

Prep football briefs

Washington-Wilkes notebook

Commerce advances to semis

Swainsboro blanks Washington County

Eye of the tigers

Lincoln County notebook

Prep basketball scores

Prep basketball scores

State champions stop Silver Bluff

ECHL notebook

Empty stocking fund

Complaints by employees prompt firing of director

County struggles with budget

Arts center need garners attention

Man who shot wife gets 35-year jail term

Parking areas slated to close

Across the area

Police arrest man after drug discovery

Gasoline tax increase sought

Collision with train injures 3

Road plan changes landscape

Fund grants daughter special holiday wish

Paraders get warm welcome

Across the area

District puzzles remain

Skyfest leaders court aviation team

Restaurant owner shot during robbery

GBI investigates local school officer

Mall cites poor cab discipline

Residents press for computer lab

Terry scores 32 in Hawks loss

Atlanta Falcons' future is cloudy

Falcons coach wants to return next year

Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: Employer should set tone for formality 12/10/00

Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: Strength comes from journeys of faith 12/09/00

Augusta Georgia: business@ugusta: Lamar increases exposure 12/09/00

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Paraders get warm welcome 12/10/00

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Road plan changes landscape 12/09/00

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Empty stocking fund 12/10/00

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Gasoline tax increase sought 12/09/00

Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: The literary gift 12/10/00

Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: Entire nation glows for holidays 12/10/00

Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: Scientific genius haunted by phobias, loneliness 12/10/00

Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: Home gives glittering welcome to old Santa 12/10/00

Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: Symphony guild presents 29 debutantes 12/10/00

Augusta Georgia: business@ugusta: Bar owners say they are targeted 12/10/00

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Parking areas slated to close 12/10/00

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Collision with train injures 3 12/09/00

Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: Splendors of Christmas 12/09/00

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Fund grants daughter special holiday wish 12/09/00

Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: Pilgrim pictures 12/10/00

Mrs. Florence Wright

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Mr. J.C. Jackson

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Public has been lied to by politicians 120900 - The Augusta Chronicle

Feebleminded apparently back Gore 121000 - The Augusta Chronicle

Florida methods strictly Third World 121000 - The Augusta Chronicle

'Is' it for real? 120900 - The Augusta Chronicle

Making a point 121000 - The Augusta Chronicle

Media bias helped vice president 120900 - The Augusta Chronicle

Mall's cab policy puzzles reader 120900 - The Augusta Chronicle

Kent: Charter revision revisited; Linda leans left 121000 - The Augusta Chronicle

Florida Supremes earned no respect 120900 - The Augusta Chronicle

Biotech/cancer synergy 120900 - The Augusta Chronicle

Creation science is a misnomer 121000 - The Augusta Chronicle

Hope for leukemia victims 121000 - The Augusta Chronicle

Gore made strategic mistake in South 120900 - The Augusta Chronicle

Sending a message of unity 121000 - The Augusta Chronicle

Change voting with care 121000 - The Augusta Chronicle

Sisler: Honorable men do honorable things 120900 - The Augusta Chronicle


Labonte, Gibbs form tough to beat team

Areas sports announcements

U.S. junior teams take world titles


Preparation key for duck hunt

Boundary a problem for hunters

Outdoors calendar

Pilgrim pictures

Scientific genius haunted by phobias, loneliness

Splendors of Christmas

Entire nation glows for holidays

Symphony guild presents 29 debutantes

The literary gift

Employer should set tone for formality

Home gives glittering welcome to old Santa

Strength comes from journeys of faith

Faith digest

Travel clinic gives missionaries a clean bill of health

Fewer hurricanes predicted for 2001

Home PCs become supercomputer for researchers