Choral concert to have distinct Georgia flavor

Macha's eclectic instruments are used to best advantage

Dino's offers the best of Chicago, Greece

Festival growing quickly

An annual tradition

Ramblin' Rhodes: Singer's range of influences go from jazz to rock, country

Jackets rally for win

Palmer keeps Tigers alive

Greenbrier splits doubleheader with Jordan

Harlem sweeps South Effingham

Evans clinches first round of playoffs

Diamond Dogs in contention for SEC title

Swainsboro advances after win over Westside

GreenJackets report

Bible still holds place on shelves

Braves notebook

Padres edge Braves, 6-5

Fastball could be cure all

Braves dominate Dodgers

Braves notebook

Jobless rate on the rise

E-Z-GO will keep local headquarters

Business briefs

Weekly gas update


Business briefs

Woods not back on leaderboard, but back on tour

Bulldogs pick up pace in afternoon

Duval catches Verplank for share of the lead

Hanson holds one-stroke lead in suspended second round

Lynx coach will return

Devils need to slow down Lemieux and Jagr in conference final

Sabres face uncertain summer

Penguins 3, Sabres 2, OT

Lemieux cashing in as Penguins advance

Weekend roundup

Groups give back to school

Agencies will assess their gaps

Leaders boost Fort Gordon expectations

Conflict over park continues

Governments seek share of tobacco millions

School readies for first graduation

Across the area

SRS parent anticipates bankruptcy

Panel alters proposed charter

Farmers brace for drought

Judge sentences ex-official to jail

Rezoning of schools gets mixed reaction

Teacher recovering after car accident

Aiken horses evade mysterious disease

Augusta Regional candidates prepare to be interviewed

Player goes from football to teaching back to football

Group threatens suit over bail for children

Freedom Riders retrace steps

Across the area

Laid-off mill workers struggle to regroup

Official Web site breached


Kings fall to Lakers

Strange brew: Basketball outlasts hockey in Canada

Spurs worried about winning, not Howard

Magloire thinks he can be force in series

Carter breaks record for 3-pointers in a half

Raptors top 76ers

Hornets 102, Bucks 92

Augusta Georgia: Applause:Ramblin' Rhodes: Singer's range of influences go from jazz to rock, country 05/11/01

Augusta Georgia: Other Sports:Greenbrier falls to Pius 05/12/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Leaders boost Fort Gordon expectations 05/11/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Farmers brace for drought 05/12/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Aiken horses evade mysterious disease 05/12/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Suspension draws fire of students 05/11/01

Augusta Georgia: Hockey:Lynx coach will return 05/11/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:College graduates turn tassels 05/11/01

Augusta Georgia: Features:Versatile, vertical vines 05/11/01

Augusta Georgia: Baseball:Evans clinches first round of playoffs 05/11/01

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Augusta Georgia: Applause:Dino's offers the best of Chicago, Greece 05/11/01

Augusta Georgia: Applause:Macha's eclectic instruments are used to best advantage 05/11/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Highway collision kills one 05/11/01

Augusta Georgia: Other Sports:Runner eyes state records 05/12/01

Augusta Georgia: Baseball:Palmer keeps Tigers alive 05/11/01

Augusta Georgia: Baseball:Swainsboro advances after win over Westside 05/12/01

Augusta Georgia: Applause:An annual tradition 05/11/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Conflict over park continues 05/12/01

Augusta Georgia: Applause:Choral concert to have distinct Georgia flavor 05/11/01

Augusta Georgia: Applause:Magician loves to perform in front of a live audience 05/11/01

Augusta Georgia: Business:Weekly gas update 05/11/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:School readies for first graduation 05/12/01

Augusta Georgia: Technology:Devices will measure pollutants 05/11/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Augusta Regional candidates prepare to be interviewed 05/12/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Teacher recovering after car accident 05/11/01

Augusta Georgia: Augusta Stallions:Player goes from football to teaching back to football 05/12/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Laid-off mill workers struggle to regroup 05/11/01

Augusta Georgia: Religion:An old-fashioned celebration 05/12/01

Augusta Georgia: Applause:Annual festival targets a wider audience 05/11/01

Augusta Georgia: Religion:Author considers Resurrection evidence 05/12/01

Augusta Georgia: Hockey:Penguins 3, Sabres 2, OT 05/11/01

Augusta Georgia: Applause:Festival growing quickly 05/11/01

Mr. Earl Sindlinger

Mrs. Rilla Bentley

Mr. John Dunn

Mr. John Morgan

Mr. Harvey Widener

Mr. Herbert Jackson

Mr. William Wood

Mr. John Brown

Mrs. Leomia Butler

Mr. Willie Friday

Mr. Clifford Stevenson

Mr. Virgil Frazier Hewlett

Mr. William Pitts

Mr. Julian Beard

Mr. Jermaine Walker

Mr. Robert Brown

Mr. James Clark

Mr. Willie Friday

Mrs. Myra Morris

Matthew Bennett

Mrs. Brenda Atchison

Mr. John Boxberger

Mrs. Katie Johnson

Mrs. Lillian Williams

Ms. Eddie Utley

Mrs. Elizabeth Taylor

Mr. Ralph Thomas

Mr. Lees Cole

Mr. Johnny Bolton Jr.

Mr. Jordan Jones

Mr. Harry Hess

Mr. Julian Beard

Ms. Mamie O'Grady

Mrs. Frances Chadwick

Mr. Ralph Thomas

Mrs. Gail Muntz

Mrs. Theresa Baker

Mr. William Schaffer

Mr. James Griffin

Mr. Edward Patterson

Mr. James Haywood

Mrs. Tiny Pope

Mr. Melvin Lawton

Mr. Daniel Bailey

Mrs. Nina Edgar

Mr. Harvey Widener

Shlaer: Research effort should be collaboration to serve whole medical community

A necessary delay

Injured teen gives account of horrific ordeal in Walton Way accident

Budget restraint

Judge hits nail on head

Smarter than average

Veep is pawn of oil companies

Urges curbs on prescription drug ads

Sisler: Mother is banned when the village raises a child

Sarah Craig's life precious to God


Harvick takes New Hampshire pole


Runner eyes state records

Soccer playoffs roundup

Five area teams to compete in state quarterfinals

Ray is big favorite in Indy pole qualifying

Sprague uses long-ago Darlington experience to take truck pole

Fishing report

Fishing tournament news

Fishing report

Versatile, vertical vines

Fungus on oak tree is probably not deadly

Devices will measure pollutants

FBI uses high-tech net to snag alleged hackers

CDC study suggests kids with nits could be allowed to remain in school

Study: Treatment fails to help children with elevated lead levels

Study suggests heartburn surgery doesn't stop need for medication

Author considers Resurrection evidence

Religion calendar

Lecture will focus on C.S. Lewis

Modern ethics

An old-fashioned celebration