Women find inspiration for their art in outdoors

The Irish Rovers put a jolly spin on Celtic music

Day o' the Irish

Choral director devoutly musical

Ramblin' Rhodes: Riders in the Sky get recognition

Revue will feature top show tunes

Braves notebook

Braves have 2 positions left to settle

Augustans celebrate holiday

Old issues resurface at summit

Eateries monitor beef crisis

Kent St. 77, Indiana 73

Knight to come to Texas Tech Thursday to discuss job

Hampton upsets Iowa St. 58-57

When Johnson sits, Buckeyes have a hole in the middle

Purdue advances in NIT

Friars face mirror image in first-round foe Penn State

Utah St. 77, Ohio St. 68 OT

Hofstra finally getting respect in New York City

Boston College 68, S. Utah 65

Stockman, Hobbs make ACC's all-freshman team

Connecticut 72, South Carolina 65

Lavin survives another season of UCLA drama

Evans grows weary of discussing his age, military background

Vols coach may have job on line in first round

Georgetown 63, Arkansas 61

Toledo 76, S. Alabama 67, OT

Kelly and Coco Show could be nearing end of long run

St. Mary's coach still not happy with Gaels' seeding

Stanford 89, UNC Greensboro 60

Top players missing, but NCAA women's field still has talent

Hewitt credits players

Lady Vols surviving just fine without Catchings

Beltway teams invades Boise

Georgia State 50, Wisconsin 49

Duhon named ACC's top rookie

Stress fractures worry Clemson coach

Holy Cross star nearly quit basketball

Kentucky 72, Holy Cross 68

Big Dance old hat for young Snyder

Hard to believe: Chaney played for Harlem Globetrotters

Wisconsin, Missouri feel like outsiders at NCAA tournament

NCAA returns to site of Wooden's final victory

South Carolina's McGee working full-time on Fogler's successor

Palmer can relate to Woods when it comes to 'slumps'

Josey's Mitchell to play for College of Charleston

Lynx ledger and notebook

Lynx goalie signs with AHL team

Across the area

Senators give OK to budget

Lawyer's withdrawal causes hearing delay

County OKs Wal-Mart site plans

Student arrested for threats

Soldiers prepare to hike 26-mile 'Death March'

An International Affair

Promotion bill passes in Senate

Group will review grant disbursement

Canine officer rests his paws after six years

Gaming bill goes to panel

Two cases await trial for neglect

Administrator list shrinks to 3

Guard's lawsuit settled

Feeding time

Across the area

Panel favors 10-digit dialing for all calls

Two students face charges of making terroristic threats

Man charged in alleged gang rape

School funds fall short of hopes

Regents give OK to new MCG chief

Airport launches carrier campaign

Hearings held in two federal lawsuits

Blast inquiry focuses on tank

Stern picks 12 for rules committee

Karl fined $50,000 for criticizing Sonics

Augusta Georgia: College Basketball:Connecticut 72, South Carolina 65 03/15/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Canine officer rests his paws after six years 03/16/01

Augusta Georgia: Other Sports:Sand Hills Circuit brings more racing 03/16/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Guard's lawsuit settled 03/16/01

Augusta Georgia: Other Sports:When cars crash, drivers absorb energy of impact 03/15/01

Augusta Georgia: Hockey:Lynx goalie signs with AHL team 03/16/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Feeding time 03/15/01

Augusta Georgia: Other Sports:Westside girls top Harlem 3-0 03/16/01

Augusta Georgia: Features:The Cellar: The nose knows 03/16/01

Augusta Georgia: Applause:Day o' the Irish 03/16/01

Augusta Georgia: Opinions:Kent: Post-census Democrat strategy; JFK in Ga. 03/15/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Officials confiscate steroids 03/16/01

Augusta Georgia: High School Basketball:Josey's Mitchell to play for College of Charleston 03/15/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Police charge man in attack 03/16/01

Augusta Georgia: Other Sports:Overtime 03/15/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Soldiers prepare to hike 26-mile 'Death March' 03/16/01

Augusta Georgia: Baseball:Hephzibah tops Butler 15-1 03/15/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:An International Affair 03/16/01

Augusta Georgia: Other Sports:Railing for action 03/16/01

Augusta Georgia: Business:Joint effort benefits students, employers 03/16/01

Augusta Georgia: Features:Bahia grass can quickly dominate lawn 03/16/01

Augusta Georgia: Applause:Choral director devoutly musical 03/16/01

Augusta Georgia: Applause:Women find inspiration for their art in outdoors 03/16/01

Augusta Georgia: Applause:The Irish Rovers put a jolly spin on Celtic music 03/16/01

Augusta Georgia: Applause:Revue will feature top show tunes 03/16/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Airport launches carrier campaign 03/15/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Lawyer's withdrawal causes hearing delay 03/15/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:School funds fall short of hopes 03/15/01

Augusta Georgia: Business:Mayor tells E-Z-GO chief he regrets comment 03/15/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Regents give OK to new MCG chief 03/15/01

Augusta Georgia: Business:Lowe's launches location 03/15/01

Mrs. Betty Scott

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Mr. Bobby Wimberly

Mr. Ethan A. Nicholls, Jr.

Mr. Sammy Bradford

Mr. Vanderbilt Wright, Jr.

Mrs. Christine Maddox Vaughters

Mrs. Earline Gibson

Mr. Robert Smith

Mr. Robert Drew

Mrs. Johnnie Merriweather

Mr. Raymond Hopkins

Mr. Oscar Hunter

Mrs. Miriam Webb

Mr. Sebastian Mathis

Mrs. Lillie Queen

Ms. Arrie Golphin

Mrs. Bernice Wright

Mrs. Walterine Harden

Mrs. Willie Mae Flournoy

Mr. John Rowland

Mr. George Sanders

Mr. Bobby Allen Sr.

Mrs. Annie Ruth Thomas

Mr. Billy Wrens

Mr. Havord Simpkins

Mrs. Callie Ward

Mrs. Bernice Wright

Mr. Matthew Burns

Mrs. Rebin McMillon

Mr. Vanderbilt Wright, Jr.

Mrs. Lessie Mae Bussey

CSM Alfred Carney

Mrs. Barbara A. Jones Shannon

Mr. Matthew Turner

Mr. Robert Larkin Sr.

Mrs. Johnnie Merriweather

Mr. Thurston W. Gay, Jr.

Ms. Eugenia McGahee

Mr. James Byrnes Timmerman

Mr. Herbert Bush

Mrs. Lillie Mae Queen

Mr. Herman Grant

Mr. John Newton

Mrs. Thelma Harmon

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Mr. Havord Simpkins

Mr. James Travis Jr.

Mrs. Doris E. Wortham

Mrs. Rose Nasworthy

Mr. George Moore

Mrs. Margaret Dickson

Mrs. Laverne Lloyd

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Mrs. Azilee Lever

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Pastor Thomas Walker

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Mrs. Callie Ward

Mrs. Lula Gray

Mr. David Rosier

Take shooting signals seriously

Bush's tax plan is 'snipe hunt'

Augusta air fares are way out of line

Raps Confederate flag `profiling'

Charges SCE&G with price gouging; seeks investigation

Suggests what to do with tax refund

Earnhardt race tactics defended

Cut taxes now

Right to dissent

Boy scout legislation still alive

Give credit to DFACS for good it does

Columnist should ask for forgiveness

Reagan ignored

D.A. fights video poker

Electronic phone plan

Bush's priorities are misplaced

Kent: Post-census Democrat strategy; JFK in Ga.

Racing facts

Sand Hills Circuit brings more racing

When cars crash, drivers absorb energy of impact

Weather affects training

Racer has paid her dues to run on senior circuit


Top racehorses still being saddled in Aiken


Fishing tournament news

Fishing report

Using cows to produce energy

Bahia grass can quickly dominate lawn

Director Soderberg: From 'sex, lies' to 'Traffic'

HIV drugs are a good buy

Outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease in Europe prompts restrictions, anger

Site exposure inquiry nears conclusion

Unwanted amphibians invade world heritage listed park


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