Jaguars win for third time

Phillips will buy Circle K owner

Wills could help protect your assets, family

Care coverage benefits in long term

Aiken site will house UPS center

Budgets put goals within reach

Meineke: TV ads can't guarantee easy money

Board chairman makes presence known

Not all charities want to kill estate taxes

Facility will close in April

Leader wants chamber to be resource

Brannen: Effective managers focus on goals

Briefcase

Planning is key for debt relief

Staring early adds interest

IRA and 401(k) rules have changed

Brauer: Growing EU threatens status of U.S.

Former soldiers mind their businesses

Despite pink slips, job outlook still rosy

Advisers suggest diversity

Doherty gets first No. 1 as coach

College roundup

Proper planning is essential

Planning for tomorrow

IRA taxes can cause concerns

Disease claims pine at Pebble Beach

Another stunning comeback at Pebble

Prep basketball scores

Lynx fall to Mysticks 5-3

ECHL notebook

Bill targets MCG board's meetings

Correction

Funny money makes reappearance

Kroger robbery suspect arrested

Across the area

State on track with Bush plan

Correction

Students help map graves

Church welcomes back pastor

Legislators await impact of flag flap

Hanging out

Watering the lawn

Officials prepare for week

Love of Latin leads to award for teacher

Detectives testify in slayings

Downhill run

Republicans voice plans to unseat Hodges

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Barnes proposes board for water management

Across the area

Chief asks to relocate fire stations

Bus drivers voice concerns

Inmates serve time on farms

Area's leaders race to get cancer center

Mavericks 91, Hawks 81

Robinson latest Sun to have run-in with law

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Augusta Georgia: metro@ugusta: Slaying prompts DNA tests 02/06/01

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Mr. Grover Holliday Jr.

Ms. Alma Reese

Mr. Marvin Jenkins

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Claude Reeves

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Mrs. Mary Sapp

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Miss Glenn Courtney

Mr. Arthur Hay

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Mrs. Lula Hardy

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Give boy a break

New Georgia flag badly designed

Return to sender

Bible is no forecaster of oil prices

No. Augusta decision

Reader disappointed

The real Clinton administration

No votes for Georgia turncoats

Feet washers

Grand jury ideas being implemented

ANIC makes progress

Overtime

Area boxers do well at tourney

Olympic champ featured at local meet

Arsenal dominates shootout

AutoZone to sell do-it-yourself magazine

Centuries-old synagogue in Suriname becomes computer center

Drew Carey: Dead and loving it

'X-Files': The plot thickens

Xtreme style

Confidence can boost a teen-ager's morale

Frigid toes

Mega Man makes a move to Nintendo console

Atlanta duo stay true to their roots

Boy in blue back, but it's just not the same

Study finds one-third of gay black men in their 20s have HIV

MCG researches stroke repair

Software that's a real 'tweet'

IBM introduces computerized notepad