Southern California pitcher gets Player of the Year Award

Cubs draftee controls Dogs

Major leaguers have fond memories of 'other' World Series

Stanford tops Tulane

Bush throws first pitch of College World Series

Greenjackets notebook

Diamond Dogs seek second national crown

Players look back at past CWS game

Bombers nip Jackets 4-3

Southern Cal gets quick jump on Dogs

Boredom is a good instructor

Yankees end Braves' win streak

Greene thrives in Big Apple

Braves get even with Yankees

Lack of at-bats prompts DeRosa's start

Braves notebook

Pocket change

Golf club will shift to private

Sweet smell of success

On the move

Business calendar

Business briefs

Woods chasing more history

Kuhlke, Smith tied with 67s at Jones Creek

Estes' lead shrinks; Daly shoots 8-under 63

Estes follows 61 with 66

Resurgent Laura Davies takes lead at Rochester

Augusta-Macon rivalry a natural

Devils and Avalanche go for the cup

Devils: only pattern to these Stanley Cup finals is no pattern

Avalanche win the Stanley Cup

This was one hole the Devils couldn't escape.

Youths kick up heels at Irish dance event

Floyd evacuation prompts changes

King Mill decision delayed

Jackson celebrates 50 years

Lottery proceeds stay up for grabs

Daughter still seeks answers

Old school debate

Across the area

Area clergy work together on Bush's faith-based plan

Protein research picks up

Kraemer gets nod for airport job

Advocate gets bus tribunal

Losses lead to changes


Barnes' successes boost president talk

No clowning around

Alford returns to action, throws seven TD passes

Jury convicts two men in robbery, abduction

Aiken will get new drug lab

Police chief suspension ends

Across the area

14-year deputy resigns

Sixers might resort to fouling O'Neal

O'Neal, Lakers dominate 76ers

Cunningham, Williams remember '83

Raja for real off Sixers' bench

Jackson, Fox trim their hair

A storybook ending for Brown?

Series shifts to Philadelphia for a week

Augusta Georgia: Other Sports:Kuerten bids for third French title 06/09/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Police chief suspension ends 06/09/01

Augusta Georgia: Other Sports:And the winner of Ali-Frazier IV is: Laila Ali 06/09/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Jackson celebrates 50 years 06/10/01

Augusta Georgia: Business:Singer's building is for rent 06/09/01

Augusta Georgia: Baseball:Cubs draftee controls Dogs 06/10/01

Augusta Georgia: Religion:Expressions of faith 06/09/01

Augusta Georgia: Braves:Greene thrives in Big Apple 06/10/01

Augusta Georgia: Technology:Leaders work to slow AIDS in minorities 06/09/01

Augusta Georgia: Outdoors:Bright future planned for park 06/10/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Kraemer gets nod for airport job 06/09/01

Augusta Georgia: Outdoors:A real catch 06/10/01

Augusta Georgia: Baseball:Players look back at past CWS game 06/09/01

Augusta Georgia: Outdoors:Save some for me 06/10/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Hearts of gold 06/09/01

Augusta Georgia: Outdoors:Kids rack up at fishing derby 06/10/01

Augusta Georgia: Features:Let the games begin 06/10/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Old school debate 06/10/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:No clowning around 06/09/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Protein research picks up 06/10/01

Augusta Georgia: Braves:Yankees end Braves' win streak 06/09/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Daughter still seeks answers 06/10/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Cruising 06/09/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Youths kick up heels at Irish dance event 06/10/01

Augusta Georgia: Business:Group plans upscale complex 06/09/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Area clergy work together on Bush's faith-based plan 06/10/01

Augusta Georgia: Hockey:Devils and Avalanche go for the cup 06/09/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Children receive flying lesson 06/10/01

Augusta Georgia: Other Sports:Baffert's brat is favored in the Belmont 06/09/01

Augusta Georgia: Technology:New artificial limbs move like the real thing 06/10/01

Augusta Georgia: Pro Basketball:O'Neal, Lakers dominate 76ers 06/09/01

Augusta Georgia: Business:Sweet smell of success 06/10/01

Augusta Georgia: Religion:Ball field to be named in memory of teen-ager 06/09/01

Augusta Georgia: Features:Buying gifts dads like isn't always easy 06/10/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Floyd evacuation prompts changes 06/09/01

Augusta Georgia: Features:In the know 06/10/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Aiken will get new drug lab 06/10/01

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Just getting started

ASU president is no carpetbagger

Africa a top priority

Professor defends university action

'Chronicle' too biased to print this

What does anti-nomianism mean?

No moderates in Iran

Great golf idea

There's room for religion - and respect - in American public life

Red Carpet Tour proves its value

Why Downs shouldn't be extradited

Horrors: Prays for Muffie in school

The comeback continues: Capriati rallies for French title

Baffert's brat is favored in the Belmont

And the winner of Ali-Frazier IV is: Laila Ali

Benson's racing in own backyard


Point Given wins Belmont Stakes in a romp

Kuerten bids for third French title

Area sports announcements

Capriati a heavy favorite in French Open final

Gordon win pole in Michigan

Kids rack up at fishing derby

Bright future planned for park

Save some for me

Outdoors calendar

A real catch

Locally, eagles are in decline

Let the games begin

In the know

Gesture of sympathy was not improper

Nature preserved

Buying gifts dads like isn't always easy

Arts Calendar

Behavior therapy with Ritalin pushed for teens

Deadly lightning

Treated lumber to get labels

High-tech still thrives in many states

Reliable missile defense not possible - yet

Earn a law degree in cyber-space

FDA approves heartworm injection

Leaders work to slow AIDS in minorities

A second opinion thousands of miles away

New artificial limbs move like the real thing

Religion calendar

Ball field to be named in memory of teen-ager

Expressions of faith

Faith digest

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