Hollywood drowns in awards

Mini reviews

Standing ovations

Applause calendar

It's always joyful occasion when 'Dr. Diva' performs

The Diner's food matches its other tasteful features

Ramblin' Rhodes: Networks respond to gripe

Aiken playhouse's 'Sylvia' puts canine twist on old plot

Ensemble dances to a tune that strengthens communities

Dulcimers produce mountain of music

Club calendar

New owners for Red Sox could trigger purge

Selig: Washington the 'prime candidate' for a relocated team

Researchers uncover the universe's true color

Trade to Braves thrills Sheffield

Braves sign Millwood to one-year contract

Pendleton uses his experience to teach Braves

Bill would allow some fund gains to be deferred

Impotency battle gets new center

Clay company plans to appeal ruling

Housing construction dips in December

Longtime chamber leader leaves for change of pace

Business briefs

Fuel cells 'holy grail,' GM head says

Reviewing and previewing local college basketball

Spellman College 61, Paine women 53

Failing at freebies frustrates coaches

Magnificent mulch

Pruning invigorates the plant

Georgia Tech upsets No. 17 North Carolina

Senden shoots into Hope lead

Waldorf tunes up game, shares Hope lead

Kite shoots course-record 63, takes three-stroke lead

Irwin seeking to continue his Hawaiian success at MasterCard

McGinley, Dodd share first-round lead in Dunhill Championship

Byron Nelson recovering from back surgery

Nicklaus still undecided on Masters

Firing leaves coach scratching his head

Jackets find new way to win

Thomson senior holds herself to high standard

Basketball scores

Players of the week

Georgia prep girls statistics

Rebels sweep Wolfpack

Game report

Morrow gets past slow start

All-Star shines for Lynx

Escort sting nets three arrests

Subscriber of the day

Two parties share one office

Across the area

Across Georgia

Resumed funding allows 2nd career in education

Subscriber of the day

Record of theft existed in 1998

Georgia schools receive 'high B'

Proposal on the table would keep bars open longer

Gathering addresses fatalities

Bill proposes reimbursing teachers' expenses

Judge sentences 3 for aggravated assault

Inn gets closer to reopening

Across the area

CSRA Waste owner to enter plea Feb. 8

Reports find lag in child support

Officials address changes to budget

News you can use

Across South Carolina

Across Georgia

Jordan returns home - this time as a visitor

How important is playing at home?

This game would make Super Bowl proud

Steelers' chances ride with PK Brown

Dungy in Charlotte to talk about Panthers job

Playoff picks

QBs get shot at big game

Kelly, Parcells and Modell among finalists

No 'Fog Bowl' this time, just hardnosed football

Faulk edges MVP Warner by one vote

Sharpe hopes to extend record playoff run

Augusta Georgia: Applause:Standing ovations 01/18/02

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Radio show offers Spanish format 01/19/02

Augusta Georgia: Applause:Dulcimers produce mountain of music 01/18/02

Augusta Georgia: Georgia Tech Sports:Georgia Tech upsets No. 17 North Carolina 01/18/02

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Inn gets closer to reopening 01/19/02

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Subscriber of the day 01/18/02

Augusta Georgia: Other Sports:GAMES Award winner 01/19/02

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Pupils receive daily dose of culture 01/18/02

Augusta Georgia: Golf:Waldorf tunes up game, shares Hope lead 01/19/02

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Resumed funding allows 2nd career in education 01/18/02

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Owner suspected in teen's slaying 01/19/02

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Around town 01/18/02

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Augusta Georgia: Metro:Escort sting nets three arrests 01/18/02

Augusta Georgia: Applause:Aiken playhouse's 'Sylvia' puts canine twist on old plot 01/18/02

Augusta Georgia: Metro:CSRA Waste owner to enter plea Feb. 8 01/18/02

Augusta Georgia: Business:Impotency battle gets new center 01/18/02

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Reports find lag in child support 01/18/02

Augusta Georgia: Golf:Nicklaus still undecided on Masters 01/19/02

Augusta Georgia: South Carolina Sports:Lady Vols prevail 01/18/02

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Two parties share one office 01/19/02

Augusta Georgia: Pro Basketball:Bulls 94, Hawks 91 01/18/02

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Bill proposes reimbursing teachers' expenses 01/19/02

Augusta Georgia: Latest News:Suspect linked to slaying 01/18/02

Augusta Georgia: Business:Longtime chamber leader leaves for change of pace 01/18/02

Augusta Georgia: Religion:St. Paul's is playing for keeps 01/19/02

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Augusta Georgia: Religion:Church ready to put down permanent roots 01/19/02

Augusta Georgia: Applause:The Diner's food matches its other tasteful features 01/18/02

Augusta Georgia: Religion:Change of heart 01/19/02

Augusta Georgia: South Carolina Sports:South Carolina bows to Lady Vols 01/18/02

Augusta Georgia: Golf:Senden shoots into Hope lead 01/18/02

Augusta Georgia: High School Basketball:Rebels sweep Wolfpack 01/19/02

Augusta Georgia: Augusta Lynx:Morrow gets past slow start 01/18/02

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Subscriber of the day 01/19/02

Augusta Georgia: High School Basketball:Thomson senior holds herself to high standard 01/18/02

Augusta Georgia: Applause:Ensemble dances to a tune that strengthens communities 01/18/02

Augusta Georgia: Technology:First confirmed flu case arrives 01/18/02

Augusta Georgia: Gardening:Magnificent mulch 01/18/02

Augusta Georgia: Business:PR effort teams up mayor, hospitals 01/19/02

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Proposal on the table would keep bars open longer 01/19/02

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Mrs. Melrose Darlington (WAYNESBORO, Ga.)

Mrs. Lula Seigler (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Samuel Burton (MONETTA, S.C.)

Mr. Howard Thompson (SWAINSBORO, Ga.)

Mr. Marion Hill (WAYNESBORO, Ga.)

Mr. Jay Mosley (MARTINEZ, Ga.)

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Mr. Harold Streets (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Arthur Holmes (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

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Old enough to know better

Walker chose profits over right

Tragedy now a business enterprise?

DFCS improving

Gore's image repair

Nixon: New entity needed to promote Augusta

High-flying expectations

Bus service unresponsive

Georgia Power demonstrates environmental leadership

Wants center, church to remain open

Augusta's officials strike again

Death penalty

Pound wants Olympic winners to be heroes

Ford teams upset by perceived Daytona disadvantage

Capriati feeling breeze more than pressure

Publicist breaks leg trying to separate De La Hoya and Vargas

Overtime

Overtime

GAMES Award winner

U.S. faces South Korea to begin Gold Cup competition

Only one Williams sister, not two, down the road for Hingis

Fishing report

Fishing tournament news

Course changes might affect Nicklaus' decision

Accusations hang cloud over season of promise

Lady Bulldogs 60, Auburn 49

Lady Vols prevail

Scientists find strange underground microbes

First confirmed flu case arrives

One-person air scooter gets off the ground - barely

Wireless devices help in fight against terrorism

Researchers advise against keyhole surgery for colon cancer

Study: many doctors don't follow urinary infection guidelines

Microsoft announces shift toward security and privacy

Medical associations debate solutions to inconclusive Pap tests

Turning trash into fuel

Change of heart

Keep sight of what God expects of you

Faith and Fellowship calendar

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