Great Westerns are gold in aisles of video stores

Applause calendar

Armchair critics

Standing ovations

Movies in a minute

Restaurant roundup

Fairs and festivals

Harlem will party Hardy

Comedian knows nation needs laughter

Dancers celebrate history

Partridge Inn has the recipe for success

First Friday will rock

Wine and dine

Festival offers Old World tastes

Keeping the memory alive

Club calendar

Ramblin' Rhodes: Austin sound suits Augusta-born picker

Bonds hits 70th home run, ties McGwire's record

McGwire was ready to see his record matched

Henderson passes Cobb to become baseball's runs leader

Giants win wild card coin toss

Fan catches 71st, then can only watch as record broken again

Bonds hits No. 71, then hits No. 72

Bonds was born, bred in baseball

Ripken pitched idea of playing every fifth day

Autumn brings no rest for the weekend

Braves clinch tie for NL East

Braves notebook

Braves win 10th straight chamionship

Braves notebook


Business briefs

Curb business builds future for man's sons

Tire recall will cost millions

Business briefs

KMC has high-speed Web

3.5 million more tires recalled

Weekly gas update

Tech stocks rally but analysts credit a rebound

Contractors cut jobs as demand for oil and gas rigs slide

Aiken Electric to break ground on offices

Valdosta State faces toughest task of season - top-ranked Delta State

Maryland and Virginia playing for first in ACC

Florida brings great defense along with top offense

Color enhances landscapes

Georgia Tech looks ahead after loss to Clemson

Georgia Tech wary of Duke, despite recent history

Nystrom, Owen tie for lead in German Masters, Daly four back

Webb roars into lead in World Championship

Golfers display stamina

Riley, Kaye and Mattiace share lead at Michelob

Glascock County 35, Our Lady of Mercy 0

Player of the week

Silver Bluff top Wade Hampton

Top 5 games

Coaches exercise rights to discipline

Lexington 75, South Aiken 19

Barnwell 28, Jasper County 6

Williston-Elko 30, North 6

Defense earns win for Josey

Thomson 30, Greenbrier 21

Player of the week

Burke County 42, Butler 0

Blackville-Hilda 48, Wagener-Salley 6

Jefferson County 24, Cross Creek 16

North Augusta stays unbeaten

Ninety Six 31, McCormick 0

Washington-Wilkes 40, Hancock Central 13

Hornets sting Bruins

Washington County 44, Richmond Academy14

Buford 31, Lincoln Co. 6

Swainsboro 28, Richmond Hill 0

Wardlaw blanks Jefferson Davis

Prep football picks

Lindros returns to after 17-month layoff

Lynx drop game to Whoopee, 4-1

Lynx from A to Z

Northern conference teams

Former IHL teams stock ECHL

Parents look for answers in son's death

Across the area

Mayors to talk on character

Candidates enter state races early

Around town

Sheriff asks for inquiry by FBI

Board to prohibit suggestive moves

Georgia Supreme Court rules electrocution unconstitutional

Across Georgia

Looking for par

Officer outlines slayings

Police, schools join up in camp

Court pulls plug on electric chair

Teacher's hearing will begin Monday

Student's shirt site raises funds

Funding OK'd by councils

Across the area

City touted as training site

Guardsmen move into airport security

Augusta airport layoffs get OK

Savannah statue nears restoration

Panel will review proposed map

Winner of November Atlanta mayor's race becomes instant leader for the state

CSX puts brakes on Amtrak train

Criticism results in suspension

News you can use

Commission considers livestock ordinances

Around town

Moses, Chaney, Coach K head into Hall of Fame

Rodman wants to make another comeback

Smith faces increased scrutiny as new Falcons starter

Beuerlein to have more elbow surgery

Falcons raise more than $243,000

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Lucy Laney coach clarifies 'dumb' statement

Now is the time for U.S. to unite

Unbelievable hatred

Amtrak: How serious?

Are super stores backing terrorist nations?

Reward excellence

Protests won't bring peace

The real air show

No room for pacifists

Anybody but 'rude' Jerry Brigham


Culture spoils many young people

Some collateral damage inevitable

4,000 unborns also killed Sept. 11


Spencer on the move, possibly to Ganassi

Fishing tournament news

Fishing report

Two-point conversion charts cause trouble

It's time to plant trees

Tennessee test will gauge Dogs' progress

Clausen looking to carry offense for whole game

McGee gets four-year contract extension, raise

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Map of "Black Death" offers clues to fighting epidemics, bioterror

Extremely small metal rods may be used as bar codes to identify proteins in medical specimens

Finding you have a disease when giving blood

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