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Performer often finds it difficult to be himself

Benefit concert honors promoter's friend

Church revives Christmas past

Jackets tab Beyeler as new manager

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First Union chief leads merged bank

Nasdaq signals recovery

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'Drain the Swamp' T-shirts are hot sellers

Heisman Trophy winner tough to tackle

Mount Union running back top Division III player of 2001

Heisman Trophy winner tough to tackle

Vols loss to Tigers creates BCS mess

LSU hopes to spoil Tennessee's run for the roses

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Georgia State gets a human lesson

McLean sets course record despite wind

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Turnovers cost Screven County

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Lynx come undone

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World War II veterans list

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Augusta reserves get call

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Georgia faces tax shortfall

City expands garbage service

Readers remember Pearl Harbor attack

Construction to close main gate

Georgia commute lacks buses, rail

Pupils see globe via paper doll

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Witness recalls 'date of infamy'

SRS security force agrees to new contract

Officials observe politics

Hawks lose to Magic

Jeffers making strides, still looking for old form

Falcons coach calls Blank 'a close friend'

Consultants: Blank knows how to treat Atlanta fans

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