Braves sign Millwood to one-year contract

Pendleton uses his experience to teach Braves

Retirement savings plans have changed

Forty years of data show some surprises

Fuel cells 'holy grail,' GM head says

On the move

Business calendar

Companies still can't say business is improving

Prescription for success

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Stirring rally lifts Arizona

Georgia Southern tops Wofford

Healthy McFadden carries Jaguars

Failing at freebies frustrates coaches

No. 12 Lady Pacers snap losing streak to Cougars

Jaguars rout Patriots for fourth straight win

Nicklaus still undecided on Masters

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

Golf capsules

Waldorf tunes up game, shares Hope lead

Haas trying to turn back clock at the Hope

Jackets find new way to win

Rebels sweep Wolfpack

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All-Star shines for Lynx

Lynx rally, fall in shootout

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Lynx road report

Bunny love

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Gathering addresses fatalities

Despite efforts, Aiken County fatalities mount

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Flag fight rages on at Capitol

Record of theft existed in 1998

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Proposal on the table would keep bars open longer

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Kidnapper gets life terms

Judge sentences 3 for aggravated assault

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Two parties share one office

Empty Stocking Fund benefits many

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Holiday events

Bill proposes reimbursing teachers' expenses

Inn gets closer to reopening

Jordan is no visitor in Chicago

Jordan returns home - this time as a visitor

Bears' Jauron on top

Steelers' chances ride with PK Brown

Replay keeps Patriots alive in playoffs

No 'Fog Bowl' this time, just hardnosed football

QBs get shot at big game

Eagles put Bears in hibernation

On road again OK with Ravens

Dungy in Charlotte to talk about Panthers job

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

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

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

Augusta Georgia: Augusta Lynx:Lynx rally, fall in shootout 01/20/02

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

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Bunny love 01/20/02

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

Augusta Georgia: Other Sports:Waynesboro man has horse sense 01/20/02

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

Augusta Georgia: Other Sports:Butler's mat quality counts 01/20/02

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

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Around town 01/20/02

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

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Augusta Georgia: Business:Prescription for success 01/20/02

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Marching for a King 01/20/02

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Augusta Georgia: Metro:Local leader honored with marshal job 01/20/02

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

Augusta Georgia: Metro:Despite efforts, Aiken County fatalities mount 01/20/02

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

Augusta Georgia: Outdoors:Youth duck hunt draws crowd 01/20/02

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

Augusta Georgia: Outdoors:A bird in the hand 01/20/02

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

Augusta Georgia: Features:Box office blues 01/20/02

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

Augusta Georgia: Features:Debutants presented at symphony cotillion 01/20/02

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

Augusta Georgia: Features:Seasonal Chef: You can never be too rich when it comes to avocados 01/20/02

Augusta Georgia: Features:Fertile imaginations restore old farmhouse 01/20/02

Augusta Georgia: College Basketball:No. 12 Lady Pacers snap losing streak to Cougars 01/20/02

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Gore's image repair

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DFCS improving

Sen. Gramm gets rich off Enron

Nixon: New entity needed to promote Augusta

Columnist continues to beat up South

Augusta's officials strike again

Terrorists or freedom fighters?

Wants center, church to remain open

Magi weren't a bunch of fools

Bus service unresponsive

Seles advances as opponent falls

GAMES Award winner

Ford teams upset by perceived Daytona disadvantage

Waynesboro man has horse sense

Butler's mat quality counts

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


Pound wants Olympic winners to be heroes


A bird in the hand

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Youth duck hunt draws crowd

Outdoors calendar

Course changes might affect Nicklaus' decision

Debutants presented at symphony cotillion

Fertile imaginations restore old farmhouse

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Seasonal Chef: You can never be too rich when it comes to avocados

Despite a ban, some Americans sun in Cuba

Box office blues

Mississippi hopes to lure starry-eyed

Georgia topples Florida

Scientists find strange underground microbes

One-person air scooter gets off the ground - barely

Researchers advise against keyhole surgery for colon cancer

Wireless devices help in fight against terrorism

Bald eagles die from mystery toxin

Do-it-yourself scientists design vaccines

Antarctica's desert valleys getting colder

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Change of heart

Keep sight of what God expects of you


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