Ramblin' Rhodes: Country music saw some big changes in 2000

Puppeteers present new twist on old tale

Some musical acts prove quality still counts

Stick to it to heal cuts on fingers

Business briefs

King George closes to make renovations

Business briefs

Area restaurants shut doors

Pizza Hut franchisee rearranges

Airlines plan for Masters

Sooners defeat Seminoles

Gamecocks likely to reap rewards

Orange Bowl grabs slightly better rating

BCS, Oklahoma set for changes next season

Miami pulls for Seminoles

Seminoles, Sooners set for showdown

UConn's Deng headed to Fairfield

ASU tops Clayton State 65-54

ACC notebook

Area college notebook

EIAC tourney to be held in Augusta

SEC notebook

Paine tops Morehouse 82-73

Lady Pacers top North Florida

Seven who proved they belong

No stars, but plenty of excitement

Prep basketball scores

Burt to undergo surgery

Lynx will play without head coach

Thrashers 1, Wild 1

Lynx ledger and notebook

Panels hear request for ballot upgrades

Across the area

Judge fines city for state law violation

Man faces life imprisonment

Slaying suspects get trial

Bill seeks Boy Scout protections

Residents pay high price for cold

Police seek two bank robbery suspects

Second bank robbery hits area

Artifacts' prognosis unknown

Panel removes race as schooling criterion

College cites cold in floods

New school welcomes pupils

Long-nail lawsuit goes before judge

Suit ruling appeal opens

Farmhouse marks SRS history

Two charged in death of toddler

Ruling requires Greeks to get sprinklers

Auction fails to sell restaurant

Monument faces threat of road plan

Across the area

Robbery suspect in custody

Downtown residents report break-ins

Area high schools show improved writing

Augusta to host EIAC tournament

ESPN agrees to deal with NBA

Hill will begin rehabilitation soon

Fewer points or fewer yards?

Titans trying to avoid 'tongue wrasslin'

Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: Some musical acts prove quality still counts 01/05/01

Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: Give 'em the boot 01/04/01

Augusta Georgia: business@ugusta: Area restaurants shut doors 01/05/01

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Residents pay high price for cold 01/04/01

Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: Nature bound 01/05/01

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Long-nail lawsuit goes before judge 01/04/01

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: New school welcomes pupils 01/04/01

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Second bank robbery hits area 01/04/01

Augusta Georgia: business@ugusta: Pizza Hut franchisee rearranges 01/05/01

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Auction fails to sell restaurant 01/04/01

Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: Puppeteers present new twist on old tale 01/05/01

Augusta Georgia: opinion@ugusta: Kent: A Christian conservative chronicles betrayal 01/04/01

Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: Exhibit of dolls used for teaching 01/05/01

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Artifacts' prognosis unknown 01/04/01

Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: Fireplaces are pretty, but not usually efficient 01/05/01

Augusta Georgia: business@ugusta: Caterer takes over plantation 01/04/01

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Farmhouse marks SRS history 01/05/01

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Area high schools show improved writing 01/05/01

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Monument faces threat of road plan 01/05/01

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Man faces life imprisonment 01/05/01

Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: Ramblin' Rhodes: Country music saw some big changes in 2000 01/05/01

Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: Pecan trees victimized by twig girdler 01/05/01

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Local to speak at inaugural protest 01/05/01

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Kentucky job fails to lure school provost 01/05/01

Mr. Willie Griffin

Horace Cheatham Sr.,

Mrs. Mattie Gordon

Mr. Robert Daniels

Mr. Ric Scrum

Mrs. Sophie Upson

Mrs. Ruby Wiggins

Mrs. Bessie Shields

Mrs. Ruth Forrest

Mrs. Chongnam Pak

Mr. John Dahin Sr.

Mr. Sanshih Dunn

Mr. William Creech

Mr. Claude Crook

Mrs. Helen Hayes

Mrs. Ruby Johnson

Rev. John Hay Sr.

Mrs. Mattie Haynes

Mrs. Nancy Young

Mr. Calvin Canady

Mr. Fred Hawes

Mrs. Virginia Edenfield

Mrs. Linda Lewis

Mrs. Susie Oatman

Mrs. Agnes Powell

Mr. William Brown Sr.

Mrs. Betty McKinney

Mr. Kenneth Beasley

Mr. John Harden Sr.

Ms. Sara Taylor

Mr. T.D. Kee

Mr. David Martin

Mr. Julius Reeves

Mrs. Ruth McGee

Mr. Ralph Brown

Mr. Eugene Bennett

Mrs. Claudia Glisson

Mrs. Mary Sims

Mrs. Virginia Morris

Mrs. Lois Carey

Mrs. Essie Whitt

Mr. Willie Norris Jr.

Mr. Remus Anderson

Mr. Posey Brim Sr.

Mrs. Grace Williams

Brittany Weeks

Mr. Geddings Willing

Mrs. Dorothy Tye

Mr. Colin Bailey

Mr. Jerry Wilkerson Sr.

Mr. William Chavis Sr.

Mr. Robert Wittke

Mrs. Mamie Massey

Mr. Jesse Gordon

Mr. Sherwin Thompson

Mr. Joe Green Sr.

Mr. Grady Shuman

Mr. Farris Ivey

Mrs. Erria Corley

Mrs. Mary Dunagan

Counts days to a Hillary presidency

Kent: A Christian conservative chronicles betrayal

Remote control plane club needs site

Speed up confirmation

World court menace

Turn back to God to save country

Just too much

Sen. Clinton is power-hungry liar

Defends Ashcroft's conservatism

Suggests budget cuts for Augusta

Seles frightened by autograph seeker

Youth boxing tourney starts today

Overtime

Overtime

Fishing tournament news

Icy weather slows the bite

Fireplaces are pretty, but not usually efficient

Mail must have added postage

A book of what might have been

Give 'em the boot

Pecan trees victimized by twig girdler

News Corp backs off from WedMD deal

Data offer glimpse of primeval galaxy

E-retailers trying to turn browsers into buyers

Spider venom may be a lifesaver

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