Diamondbacks strike first

Big Unit shuts out Yankees

Catalog models represent an alternate universe

Real estate funds getting new attention

Joblessness can be choice between health and rent

Apprenticeship program shapes student futures

Economic injury loans extended

How new financial rules affect you

Not all records are created equal

Good mechanics aren't hard to find

Want to save more? Reduce 'the latte factor'

Minimizing the cost of starting a business

Redistricting may not bring wider PSC representation

Business calendar

Dantzler redeems himself

SEC roundup

Mistakes can't keep Florida from getting back in title hunt

Miami holds No. 1, Nebraska up to No. 2 in AP media poll

Top 25 roundup

Monday morning quarterback

Southern roundup

Duke near unanimous ACC favorite

Small school roundup

Eagles' winning streak snapped

DiMarco beats Duval in playoff to win Buick Challenge

Gilder overtakes Lietzke for title

Edwards in position to win a second time

Week's best in prep football

South Carolina Shrine Bowl roster

Thomas Jefferson Academy wins title

Lemieux ailing with sore hip

Lynx notebook

Correction

Veterans' friendship withstands time

Regional meth use is rising

Abuse proves deadly

At-large race keys on traffic, growth

Changing faces

Man shot twice after fight

Lyndon Grove pleases its residents

Around town

On the slow track

How will attacks affect polling?

Sonic teen-slayings trial nears

Monkey business

Two train projects will speed drivers

News You Can Use

Race fans place their bets

Across the area

News you can use

Subscriber of the day

Across the area

Three-car crash kills 2, injures 5

Subscriber of the day

Across South Carolina

Meet the candidates

Six new players on Hawks roster

Jets 13, Panthers 12

Falcons lean hard on second-round pick Crumpler

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Augusta Georgia: Metro:Residents, employees clean Aiken 10/28/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Lyndon Grove pleases its residents 10/28/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Race fans place their bets 10/28/01

Augusta Georgia: Features:Western travelers get an icy reception 10/28/01

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Augusta Georgia: Features:On history's trail 10/28/01

Augusta Georgia: Other Sports:Sharp Face wins feature race 10/28/01

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Augusta Georgia: Other Sports:1,200 NBHA riders arrive 10/28/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:On the slow track 10/28/01

Augusta Georgia: Outdoors:Candid camera 10/28/01

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Augusta Georgia: Metro:Subscriber of the day 10/29/01

Augusta Georgia: Features:Devilish dolls are emerging from hiding to vie in contest 10/28/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Woman gets flying lesson for 100th birthday 10/29/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Aviatrix looks back on career 10/29/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Regional meth use is rising 10/29/01

Augusta Georgia: Georgia Sports:Graham makes difference 10/28/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Around town 10/29/01

Augusta Georgia: Georgia Sports:No. 6 Florida springs surprises Georgia 10/28/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Aiken race focuses on north side 10/29/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Around town 10/28/01

Augusta Georgia: Baseball:Big Unit shuts out Yankees 10/29/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Subscriber of the day 10/28/01

Augusta Georgia: Other Sports:Indoor exercise 10/29/01

Augusta Georgia: Technology:The price of pollution 10/29/01

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Meet the candidates 10/29/01

Augusta Georgia: Features:The roadhouse 10/28/01

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Mr. Francis Stewart

Mrs. Betty Turner

Mrs. Easter Moorer

Mrs. Edna Conner

Ms. Deborah Frazier

William Jennings Jr., M.D.

Mr. Robert Jones

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Mr. B.H. Moore Jr.

Mrs. Shirley Marshall

Mr. Marion Hicks

Mrs. Eva Leopard

Mr. Horace Smalley

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Mrs. Camille Cummings

Mr. Daniel Glackin

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Homeland security

Lauds Augusta disc golf tourney

Slams critic of gas prices

Enjoys newspaper's reader-friendly format

School sales tax succeeds; renew it

Atheists and Christians have rights

Puppies dumped in yard

Sunset bill welcomed

Vote down school board's penny tax

New S.C. gambling?

Airport security remains too lax

Hoaxes are federal offense

Israel should exit Arab lands

Pettys look to change luck at Phoenix International

Burton settles in for stretch run

Overtime

Stewart vents on NASCAR's strong arming

Overtime

1,200 NBHA riders arrive

Burton wins second straight Phoenix race

Candid camera

Appling fisherman repeats as champ

Cooking wild

Outdoors calendar

Best offense? A good defense

Halloween TV: Horror fans in hog heaven

Wrestling and music lead cable ratings

The skinny on Calista Flockhart

Ozzy puts out good solo effort

On history's trail

Arts calendar

New characters help usher in 2nd season of 'Boston Public'

The roadhouse

Western travelers get an icy reception

Devilish dolls are emerging from hiding to vie in contest

Funeral attendance shows respect, support for bereaved

No. 6 Florida springs surprises Georgia

Gamescocks fall in Knoxville

Odds and ends

Museum explores the history of the toilet

Digital camera is more fashionable than functional

Snail mail's loss could be e-mail's gain

The thrill of the chase

Experts work on gel for wounded troops

A different way to protect kids on the Internet

The price of pollution

Sharpen your digital photo skills

The Microsoft Windows XP may not be for you

Green Army Men return

Bridging the gap between people-speak, computer-hearing

Survival-horror title sets the standard for PS2

Egyptians prepared mummies in sophisticated ways