Some musical acts prove quality still counts

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

Puppeteers present new twist on old tale

Stick to it to heal cuts on fingers

Pizza Hut franchisee rearranges

Gas price check

King George closes to make renovations

Business briefs

Area restaurants shut doors

Business briefs

Airlines plan for Masters

Orange Bowl grabs slightly better rating

BCS, Oklahoma set for changes next season

Gamecocks likely to reap rewards

New Georgia coach hires two more

Paine tops Morehouse 82-73

SEC notebook

ACC notebook

Georgia to play Kentucky in SEC opener

Area college notebook

EIAC tourney to be held in Augusta

Ploeger, Love, Dahlbender to be honored

Els in semis; two Americans eliminated

Seven who proved they belong

Laney squads triumph

Laney squads triumph

Midland Valley beats Aiken in final seconds

Prep basketball scores

Lynx ledger and notebook

Lynx will play without head coach

Lynx ledger

Lynx win at home

Flyers stop Thrashers

Westinghouse renews deal

Athens considers car cell phone restriction

Correction

Monument faces threat of road plan

Downtown residents report break-ins

Farmhouse marks SRS history

Child abuse suspect faces new charge

Across the area

Scooting along

Robbery suspect in custody

Agency reports offenses

Panel removes race as schooling criterion

Man faces life imprisonment

Slaying suspects get trial

Teens face vandalism charges

Across the area

Father files lawsuit against boys home

Continued drought dries wells

School's band boosters drum up bigger facility

Proposal may curb teen-agers

MCG team opens doors to fight tumors, AIDS

Bill seeks Boy Scout protections

Judge fines city for state law violation

Two charged in death of toddler

Augusta to host EIAC tournament

Area high schools show improved writing

Judge denies bond for robbery, slaying suspects

Ruling requires Greeks to get sprinklers

Hill will begin rehabilitation soon

Warriors top Celtics

Cuban's complaint draws $250,000 fine

Ex-girlfriend testifies against Carruth

Fewer points or fewer yards?

It's Raiders' offense verses Miami's defense

Three Saints players, two assistant coaches returning to Minnesota

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

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: School's band boosters drum up bigger facility 01/06/01

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

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Police aim to pop top on thieves 01/06/01

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

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

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

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Judge denies bond for robbery, slaying suspects 01/06/01

Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: Christians serve in vocations, avocations 01/06/01

Augusta Georgia: business@ugusta: Gas price check 01/06/01

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

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: MCG team opens doors to fight tumors, AIDS 01/06/01

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

Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: Christian fishermen are out to hook others into their fold 01/06/01

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

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

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

Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Scooting along 01/06/01

Augusta Georgia: features@ugusta: A rich history 01/06/01

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

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

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

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

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

Augusta Georgia: business@ugusta: First National comes to town 01/06/01

Travadis Shorter

Mr. James Thompson

Mr. Charles Knight

Mrs. Ruby Wiggins

Mr. Remus Anderson

Mr. Ralph Brown

Mrs. Betty McKinney

Rev. John Hay Sr.

Mrs. Ruby Johnson

Brittany Weeks

Mrs. Bessie Shields

Mrs. Claudia Glisson

Horace Cheatham Sr.,

Mrs. Mattie Gordon

Mrs. Doris Swindol

Mr. Jerry Wilkerson Sr.

Mr. Silas Washington

Mrs. Virginia Morris

Mrs. Chongnam Pak

Mr. Robert Wittke

Mrs. Mary Dunagan

Mr. Posey Brim Sr.

Mrs. Annie Woods

Mrs. Betty McKinney

Mrs. Helen Hayes

Mrs. Essie Whitt

Mrs. Grace Williams

Mr. John Harden Sr.

Mr. Geddings Willing

Mr. Fred Hawes

Mrs. Viola Lloyd

Mrs. Sue Beasley

Mr. Robert Smith

Mr. David Goad

Mrs. Mary Avery

Mrs. Lela Williams

Mrs. Dorothy Mock

Mrs. Leona Adams

Mrs. Mattie Haynes

Mrs. Evelyn Caplan

Mr. Ric Scrum

Mrs. Lillie Harris

Mr. Claude Crook

Mrs. Mary Taylor-Lanier

Ms. Patricia Felton

Mrs. Nancy Young

Mr. Herman Williams

Mr. William Creech

Mrs. Dorothy Tye

Mr. Willie Griffin

Mr. Willie Norris Jr.

Mr. T.D. Kee

Mrs. Ruth Forrest

Mrs. Mamie Massey

Mrs. Dorothy Tye

Mr. Julius Reeves

Flag symbol must unite Georgians

Speed up confirmation

Top court arrogance

Get a handle on Finance

Suggests budget cuts for Augusta

Mr. Big Business goes to D.C.

Opposes Bush's $1.3 trillion tax cut

Downtown can be proud

Sen. Clinton is power-hungry liar

Burmeister: Yucca Mountain Project vital to Georgia

Buy a gun and defend yourself

Turn back to God to save country

Overtime

Luyendyk to make Indy 500 return

Boxing siblings have desire, determination

Youth boxing tourney starts today

Overtime

Fishing tournament news

Icy weather slows the bite

Faith digest

Fireplaces are pretty, but not usually efficient

Christian fishermen are out to hook others into their fold

Pecan trees victimized by twig girdler

A rich history

Westinghouse renews deal

Spider venom may be a lifesaver

Data offer glimpse of primeval galaxy