Tricks of trade fall out of style

Jones' bat drops Expos
ATLANTA - Perhaps the Atlanta Braves should let Andruw Jones bat cleanup more often.

Braves blank Expos

Jones' bat drops Expos

Braves blank Expos
ATLANTA - Atlanta left fielder Chipper Jones said that without Gary Sheffield, the Braves lacked big-inning potential.

Wall Street looks forward and back as Sept. 11 anniversary approaches
NEW YORK -- Wall Street generally looks forward, not back. These days it's doing both as it prepares for Wednesday's anniversary of the airliner hijack attacks.

Wall Street looks forward and back as Sept. 11 anniversary approaches

Companies shortchange singles, group claims
There are 82 million single men and women in the United States, and some aren't too happy.

Business calendar

Company will upgrade to digital phone switch
BellSouth will upgrade its central office switch in downtown Augusta later this month, moving about 14,000 phone lines from analog to digital service.

Pocket change
Employer spotlight: Depot Food Stores

Safety precautions
It takes quite a while longer now than it did a year ago for cargo trucks to get inside the DSM Chemicals plant in east Augusta.

Business calendar
Monday: Microsoft and Cisco certification; ComputerLand, 753 Broad St., Suite 1100. MCP and CCNA certifications 5:30-9:30 p.m. Monday, Tuesday and Thursday; call Don Strogonoff at 823-1449.

Safety precautions

Cheating the IRS will hurt business
Never before have accounting scandals so greatly affected the nation's economy and the personal lives of Americans.

Station carrier changes

Business flies high
During a year marked by cutbacks and financial troubles in the aviation industry, the opposite was happening at Garrett Aviation Service's Augusta facility.

Business flies high

Pocket change

Cheating the IRS will hurt business

Pocket change
The Georgia Golf Hall of Fame announced Friday that project director Charles Strawser will resign Oct. 31.

On the move

Station carrier changes
The US Airways Express counter at Augusta Regional Airport will change hands next month, airport officials announced Friday.

Companies shortchange singles, group claims

Pocket change

On the move
Anna Baird-Hensley has been appointed director of staffing for the human resources division of MCG Health System. Ms. Hensley is responsible for building community partnerships and referral networks, developing productivity metrics and quality outcomes for MCG applicants and working with internal departments to recruit, retain and develop talent.

Tigers defense stifles strong Bulldog offense

Tigers defense stifles strong Bulldog offense
CLEMSON, S.C. - Your defense flusters a highly regarded quarterback into three interceptions and becomes rock solid deep in its own territory.

Top 25 roundup

'Canes win big against Gators

Top 25 roundup
ANN ARBOR, Mich. - Braylon Edwards caught four passes for 93 yards and two touchdowns, and Michigan quarterback John Navarre tied a school record with four TD passes as the No. 7 Wolverines blew past Western Michigan 35-12 on Saturday afternoon.

'Canes win big against Gators
GAINESVILLE, Fla. - Best in the state. Best in the country. Best in The Swamp.

College football gameday
No. 22 South Carolina (1-0) at Virginia (0-2)

College football gameday

Correction

It's about freedom

Demos peril security

To live in hope

Fund the museum

Fall television premieres
A list of premieres for the fall TV season

Built with love
The steep street on a large hill off Sybil Lever's driveway would deter most new home buyers.

Homefront
It's been said that at least 70 percent of a good paint job is in the preparation. What remains, of course, is the quality of the paint and its application. Buying the least-expensive brand might end up costing more in the long run. Better paints go on easier, cover better and last longer. One of the best ways to determine paint quality is price.

Augusta affiliates also adding new shows
The networks aren't the ones making lineup changes. Local affiliates are adding new syndicated shows this fall, including:

Partygoers honoring couple don't have to be wedding guests
Dear Carson: My niece is getting married and, due to limited financial resources, the ceremony and reception will be small and modest. This is a first-time bride. Some friends have expressed a desire to give her and her fiancea party. Is it inappropriate to invite people to a party who will not be invited to the wedding? I do not want guests to feel that they have been invited just so they will bring a gift.

The fall TV season and welcome to it
Welcome to the fall 2002 TV season -otherwise known as "been there, done that, seen it."

Jackets cruise past Huskies
STORRS, Conn. - Georgia Tech's starters proved once again they can dominate a half.

Jackets cruise past Huskies

Golf roundup

What writers are saying about the Augusta National

Golf capsules
MARKHAM, Ontario - Neal Lancaster made birdie from a badly repaired divot, made par when his ball ricocheted off a hazard stake and finished with a 5-under 67 on Friday for a share of the second-round lead with Billy Andrade in the Canadian Open.

What writers are saying about the Augusta National
This issue smacks of grandstanding. It's the kind of thing that makes it difficult to take social critics seriously even when they have something worthwhile to say.

Golf capsules

Golf roundup
MARKHAM, Ontario - Despite another day of low scores, no one could catch Neal Lancaster in the Canadian Open on Saturday.

Washington-Wilkes' struggling on offense

Silver Bluff begins anew

Laney earns shutout

Patriots' Ellison still part of century club

Thomson turns on offense

Butler spoils Chavous' debut

Area roundup

Laney earns shutout
Laney's defense denied Todd Booker a win in his coaching debut.

Patriots' Ellison still part of century club
Aundra Ellison is what you would call a well-rounded student. He's part of the auto mechanics club, and he's a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

North Augusta runs to victory
North Augusta found a way to utilize its running backs Friday night against Midland Valley, rolling on all cylinders to a 28-7 victory.

Area roundup
A first-quarter safety was all Augusta Christian needed to beat Stratford Academy.

Washington-Wilkes' struggling on offense
For the second week in a row, Washington-Wilkes' offense was stuck in neutral.

Thomson turns on offense
WASHINGTON, Ga. - Sometimes, Thomson coach Luther Welsh said, you have to let your players know you mean business. Sometimes, you have to raise your voice.

Bulldogs put up tough fight
If any of Harlem's players were hanging their heads after a 27-20 home loss to Elbert County Friday night, it was because of exhaustion, not dejection.

Butler spoils Chavous' debut
Barney Chavous believes his time in the NFL prepared him for another challenge: coaching high school football.

Silver Bluff begins anew
PETTICOAT JUNCTION, S.C. - Silver Bluff won back-to-back Class AA state championships with a blend of quick and talented skill players who could strike for touchdowns from virtually anywhere on the field.

Tricks of trade fall out of style
Today's fine, young journalists don't have nearly the fun we used to.

Effort will damage area charities

Lindsey Graham is no conservative

Why blacks deserve reparations

Woman blasts NCWO chief Burk for attack on golf club

Hopes boycott will free up tickets

Why Augusta National can't win

Don't limit God and stay healthy

Fall television premieres

Augusta affiliates also adding new shows

Built with love

Partygoers honoring couple don't have to be wedding guests

Across the area

Across Georgia
STOCKBRIDGE -Clayton County police say a couple acted in self-defense when they fatally shot a man who used a gun to force his way into their apartment.

Shooting kills National chef
AIKEN - Police said Friday the longtime head chef of the Augusta National Golf Club was gunned down in an altercation with his son.

Group's proposal requests SRS land
AIKEN - The possibility of a privately run energy campus at the Savannah River Site has become more than just talk.

Former hopeful returns to ballot
As Aiken County School Board member Art Hadden steps aside for re-election, an outspoken figure from the recent past appears, Reb Sutherland.

Across the southeast

Shooting kills National chef

Events mark attacks

Letter blasts Army action
The Army owes property owners a better explanation of its refusal to accept responsibility for damages caused by the experimental drawdown of the Savannah River in January 2000, according to Rep. Charlie Norwood.

Across Georgia
WARNER ROBINS -The mayor of Warner Robins ordered the police chief to ticket him for an expired tag on his license plate.

Man is convicted of slaying

Across South Carolina
COLUMBIA -A Myrtle Beach man will spend life in prison plus 85 years on drug, robbery and firearms charges.

Across the area
An Aiken couple who say their son was humiliated by a racial comment in his class at St. Mary Help of Christians Catholic School filed suit Friday.

Islamic society widens outreach

News you can use

Across the area
WRENS, Ga. -A one-vehicle motorcycle accident Friday evening in northwest Jefferson County resulted in the death of a 22-year-old Augusta man, reports said.

Correction
An article in Friday's Applause section gave an incorrect starting time for The Augusta Opera's production of H.M.S. Pinafore.

Program targets violence
Robert Balbosa made sure his son Dontae was up bright and early Saturday morning to attend the Peer Mediation Kickoff at Bayvale Elementary School.

Man is convicted of slaying
Tommie Tennyson's attempt to blame a man's brutal death on another failed Friday when Mr. Tennyson was convicted of felony murder.

Subscriber of the day
Today's subscriber of the day is William Sasser of Augusta.

New fee doesn't deter First Friday vendors
Friday's downtown street festival marked the first time sidewalk vendors were required to pay a $25 fee to set up shop along Broad Street. But downtown officials say the new charge didn't seem to deter any new street business.

News you can use
The Georgia Forestry Commission is now accepting seedling applications at the Columbia County office at 5887 Wrightsboro Road, Harlem. For more information, call Chief Ranger Steve Abbott at (706) 556-3962.

Former hopeful returns to ballot

In grave need of repair
BARNWELL, S.C. - About 300 yards from the runway of the Barnwell County airport, two graves sit inside a patch of overgrown grass.

Eyes on the skies

Analysts say odds favor Walker
Twelfth Congressional District candidate Charles Walker Jr. says he has what it takes to motivate and inspire people.

Subscriber of the day
Today's subscriber of the day is Ann Powell of Augusta.

Across the southeast
PHILADELPHIA -Rebekah Revels smiled patiently for photographers as she adorned her plum pants suit with a $19,200 pearl-and-diamond necklace at Tiffany's on Saturday.

Horse show benefits children

Events mark attacks
The world stopped one year ago, when terrorist-driven planes attacked New York and Washington, but on Sept. 11 this year Augusta is being asked only to pause at the start of the day.

Churches hold Sept. 11 events

Churches hold Sept. 11 events
Many churches saw attendance swell after Sept. 11 and then return to pre-attack levels, said Dr. Marty Baker, pastor of Stevens Creek Community Church. But Stevens Creek's continued to climb from an average Sunday attendance of 290 in January 2000 to 650-700 today.

Analysts say odds favor Walker

Islamic society widens outreach
In May, a local Islamic group organized an outreach event to explain their religion.

Three counties risk outdoor water ban
ATHENS, Ga. - The 5-year-old drought that continues to plague the South means three northeastern Georgia counties are likely to face a total ban on outdoor water use.

Candidates in runoffs expect few at the polls
ATLANTA - One day before the nation pauses to reflect on Sept. 11, Georgia voters will be asked to return to the polls for a slate of primary runoff elections.

Eyes on the skies
Jeff Dorn of the Quail Unlimited Committee (left) and Michael Brown of Chick-fil-A sit behind a blind, waiting for doves to fly by.

New fee doesn't deter First Friday vendors

Under control
Firefighter John Grant (from left) and his son Phillip watch the controlled burn on Broad Street during a Richmond County Fire Department training exercise.

Across the area

Program awaits accreditation
Richmond County school officials said it will be summer before they know whether they have earned accreditation for an international diploma program.

Fears of jury prejudice intensify
AIKEN - Since Aiken investigators announced last week that they had charged someone in Jessica Carpenter's slaying, they have expressed fears that he may never be tried in Aiken.

Man wearing cooler holds up store
A Martinez man who police say tried to rob a convenience store Friday morning with a cooler on his head is instead cooling his heels in jail.

United Way launches campaign

Across South Carolina
CHARLESTON -Authorities hope a pair of forensic drawings will help solve the mystery of an unidentified man whose remains were found in the attic of an abandoned building two years ago.

Hopefuls say experience counts
ATHENS, Ga. - Experience was the theme for 12th Congressional District hopefuls at a candidates forum in Athens.

Letter blasts Army action

Hopefuls say experience counts

Schools respond to criticism

Across Georgia

Looking for mourner

Man wearing cooler holds up store

Looking for mourner
AIKEN - On the front porch of the red, two-room shack where Marion Edwards lived without electricity or water sits a corncob pipe.

Correction

United Way launches campaign
NORTH AUGUSTA - United Way organizers took an audience through 50 years of the United Way on Friday, dancing their way through the fads and trends of each decade.

News you can use

News you can use
THOMSON - Five people were injured and two autos were badly damaged Thursday in a two-car collision on Highway 78 on the outskirts of Thomson.

Man killed near home
James Henry Williams died at his doorstep.

In grave need of repair

Fears of jury prejudice intensify

Across South Carolina

Subscriber of the day

Program targets violence

Subscriber of the day

Across Georgia

Candidates in runoffs expect few at the polls

Horse show benefits children
Equestrians circled the Hippodrome Horse Complex arena in North Augusta on Saturday to the easy sounds of country music to raise money for children with cancer.

Under control

Group begins airline drive
Business leaders and airport officials on Friday launched Continental Challenge II, a two-week pledge drive to raise money for Continental Express' opening costs at Augusta Regional Airport.

Schools respond to criticism
Richmond County school officials will go to Washington later this month and hope to meet with federal officials then.

Augusta National controversy takes spotlight
It started with one little newspaper article that caught the eye of one influential woman. It has mushroomed into a full-scale media frenzy.

Kenseth wins; points battle tightens up
RICHMOND, Va. - They figured the fuel mileage once, twice, three times in Matt Kenseth's pit Saturday night, and no matter how many times they crunched the numbers, he couldn't make it all the way to the checkered flag.

Drivers, owner stand behind Tony Stewart

Drivers, owner stand behind Tony Stewart
RICHMOND, Va. - Tony Stewart won the support of his car owner and fellow drivers amid allegations that he shoved a woman the race at Bristol, Tenn., on Aug. 24.

Kenseth wins; points battle tightens up

U.S. team tries to figure out its failures

U.S. team tries to figure out its failures
INDIANAPOLIS -- One loss might have been dismissed as an aberration. A second cannot.

Ambrose excited about season

Mr. Matthew Mims    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)
Mrs. Frankie Wells    (MILLEN, Ga.)
Mrs. Sarater Williams    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)
Mr. Wilson Holmes Sr.    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)
Mr. Leroy Bettis    (TRENTON, S.C.)
Mr. Tom Washer    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)
Mr. James Leppard    (GROVETOWN, Ga.)
Ms. Patricia Warren    (FORT PIERCE, Fla.)
Mr. Walter Ashmore    (MACON, Ga.)
Quatavius Walker    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)
Mr. Thomas Reville    (LINCOLNTON, Ga.)
Mr. Raymond James    (HEPHZIBAH, Ga.)
Mr. Robert Penrod    (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)
Ms. Mary Rodgers    (QUOQUE, N.Y.)
Mr. Howell Joyner Jr.    (WAYNESBORO, Ga.)
Mrs. Minnie Hooks    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)
Mrs. Louise Moody    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)
Mrs. Junelle Collins    (FORT WAYNE, Ind.)
Mr. John Sereday    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)
Mr. Leroy Bettis    (TRENTON, S.C.)
Mr. Clyde Ingram    (WINDSOR, S.C.)
Mr. Earnest Brown    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)
Mrs. Leola Black    (COLUMBIA, S.C.)
Mrs. Louise Brown    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)
Featured obituary: Mr. Ernest Brown
Ernest Brown was many things to Augusta. He was one its first black police officers. He was a confidant and bodyguard of the city's "Godfather of Soul." And he was renowned for his great sausage dogs and bread pudding.

Mr. Eddy Copeland    (SANDERSVILLE, Ga.)
Mr. Bishop Bennett Jr.    (WADLEY, Ga.)
Mr. Elwood Dashiellds    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)
Mr. Abraham Allen    (AIKEN, S.C.)
Mr. Ronald Ericson    (AIKEN, S.C.)
Mrs. Helen Toon    (EVANS, Ga.)
Mrs. Eileen Hexamer    (JOHNSTON, S.C.)
Mr. W. T. Reese Jr.    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)
Mr. Howell Joyner Jr.    (WAYNESBORO, Ga.)
Mr. Elwood Dashiellds    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)
Ms. Marie Johnson    (WAYNESBORO, Ga.)
Mr. Jack Dorn Jr.    (AIKEN, S.C.)
Mr. Ricky Gay    (GIBSON, Ga.)
Mr. James Leppard    (GROVETOWN, G a.)
Mrs. Frankye Harter    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)
Mrs. Susie Milburn    (THOMSON, Ga.)
Mrs. Frankye Harter    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)
Mr. Matthew Mims    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)
Mr. Blackburn Floyd    (MARTINEZ, Ga.)
Mrs. Lillian Pruitt    (VIDALIA, Ga.)
Mrs. Annie Emory    (MILLEN, Ga.)
Mrs. Sara Hensley    (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)
Mrs. Martha Ellis    (AIKEN, S.C.)
Mr. Charles Raum    (AIKEN, S.C.)
Mrs. BettyJean Johnson    (MACON, Ga.)
Mrs. Laura Wimberly    (WAYNESBORO, Ga.)
Mr. Joseph McClellan    (GREENWOOD, S.C.)
Ms. Marie Johnson (WAYNESBORO, Ga.)

Mr. Raymond James (HEPHZIBAH, Ga.)

Mr. Charles Raum (AIKEN, S.C.)

Mr. Leroy Bettis (TRENTON, S.C.)

Mr. Wilson Holmes Sr. (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Thomas Reville (LINCOLNTON, Ga.)

Mr. Leroy Bettis (TRENTON, S.C.)

Featured obituary: Mr. Ernest Brown

Mr. James Leppard (GROVETOWN, G a.)

Mr. John Sereday (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Earnest Brown (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Junelle Collins (FORT WAYNE, Ind.)

Mr. Elwood Dashiellds (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Martha Ellis (AIKEN, S.C.)

Mr. Blackburn Floyd (MARTINEZ, Ga.)

Mrs. Leola Black (COLUMBIA, S.C.)

Mr. James Leppard (GROVETOWN, Ga.)

Mr. Howell Joyner Jr. (WAYNESBORO, Ga.)

Mrs. Frankye Harter (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Helen Toon (EVANS, Ga.)

Mrs. Sara Hensley (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)

Mr. Eddy Copeland (SANDERSVILLE, Ga.)

Mr. Robert Penrod (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)

Mrs. Louise Brown (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Matthew Mims (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Frankye Harter (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Tom Washer (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Ronald Ericson (AIKEN, S.C.)

Mrs. Louise Moody (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Walter Ashmore (MACON, Ga.)

Ms. Mary Rodgers (QUOQUE, N.Y.)

Ms. Patricia Warren (FORT PIERCE, Fla.)

Mrs. Susie Milburn (THOMSON, Ga.)

Mr. Clyde Ingram (WINDSOR, S.C.)

Quatavius Walker (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Howell Joyner Jr. (WAYNESBORO, Ga.)

Mr. Matthew Mims (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Annie Emory (MILLEN, Ga.)

Mrs. BettyJean Johnson (MACON, Ga.)

Mr. Bishop Bennett Jr. (WADLEY, Ga.)

Mr. Jack Dorn Jr. (AIKEN, S.C.)

Mrs. Frankie Wells (MILLEN, Ga.)

Mr. Elwood Dashiellds (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Sarater Williams (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Abraham Allen (AIKEN, S.C.)

Correction
A letter to the editor by Frank Scharite, "Tax reassessment is discriminatory," published in The Augusta Chronicle on Friday contained a typographical error.

To live in hope
The world seems much more complicated since Sept. 11. But one thing remains deceptively simple:

Lindsey Graham is no conservative
When I heard that U.S. Rep. Lindsey Graham, R.-S.C., would seek a seat in the U.S. Senate, I thought, "What an outrage." Even more outrageous is that he would imply that he is a "conservative" candidate. Charles Alexander, North Augusta, S.C.

Hopes boycott will free up tickets
It's obvious that Martha Burk, chairwoman of the National Council on Women's Organizations, has an agenda aimed at the destruction of the Masters golf tournament. Joe Schmitz, Hephzibah, Ga.

Fund the museum
Every community worth its salt has a museum and the vast majority of them pay for it out of the local government's general budget. But not in Augusta. Every year the Augusta Museum of History's executive director has to come before the city commission to beg for more money to keep the museum going.

Why Augusta National can't win
The recent demands of the National Council of Women's Organizations have placed the Augusta National Golf Club in a virtually indefensible position. By demanding that women be asked to join the membership, they have opened a situation that the golf club cannot win. Jerry M. O'Connor, Augusta

Why blacks deserve reparations
There have been several letters regarding reparations to black Americans. As a young, college-educated black female, I am appalled at the number of white Americans against the idea. I do realize that if it weren't for the harsh treatment of and the aggressive nature in which my ancestors gained their "freedom," it would be a lot easier on me. Nicole Ball, Hephzibah, Ga.

Effort will damage area charities
Martha Burk, chairwoman of the National Council of Women's Organizations, sure did the Augusta area - and probably a lot of charities - wrong by starting this mess with the Augusta National and Hootie Johnson. Eugene Howard, Jackson, S.C.

It's about freedom
It is a sad fact of life that some people build things and others try to tear them down.

Woman blasts NCWO chief Burk for attack on golf club
Regarding National Council of Women's Organizations chairwoman Martha Burk's stand on women's inability to join the Augusta National: I'm amazed that she represents this fine women's organization in such a manner. Tara Hill, Evans, Ga.

Demos peril security
Should a chief executive officer have the power to fire or demote poor-performing employees, hire new ones, move workers to where they'll be the most useful, and adjust salary scales?

Don't limit God and stay healthy
In response to both Timothy Fellows and Daru Ib-Shamiq regarding religion and medicine, I say: Why do we ever try to or think we can limit God as to how he can heal us? Jacqueline W. Fincher, M.D. FACP, Thomson, Ga.

All-Williams final at Open again

Overtime

Serena stakes her claim

Area sports announcements

Overtime

All-Williams final at Open again
NEW YORK -- The streak of Sister Slams was under siege Friday.

Overtime
The teams that defeated the United States will be the ones competing for the gold medal at the World Championships.

Overtime
South Carolina State will induct nine new members into its Athletic Hall of Fame on Friday, Sept. 13, at the Kirkland W. Green Student Center.

Serena stakes her claim
NEW YORK - Take that, big sis!

Area sports announcements
Sept. 14-15: The Augusta Angels will be hosting the second annual Battle at the Lakes 12-and-under baseball tournament at Diamond Lakes Regional Park. Players cannot have turned 13 before August 1, 2002. Each team is guaranteed three games, entry fee is $215. For more information, call Tony Miller at (706) 790-9531 or (706) 951-8749.

Georgia trappers gather in spirit of craft
Mitch Crowder worked a razor-sharp fleshing knife across a damp opossum hide, offering onlookers tips he learned from decades of experience.

Outdoors calendar

Celebrity dove shoot benefits sport
EDGEFIELD, S.C. - Hunting or football? What a choice!

Celebrity dove shoot benefits sport

Georgia trappers gather in spirit of craft

Outdoors calendar
FRIDAY, SEPT. 20, AND SATURDAY, SEPT. 21: An archery-only hunt will be held at Bussey Point at Thurmond Lake. Bucks must have four or more points on one side. Check-in is required. Call (800) 533-3478, Ext. 1159, for details.

Cooking wild

Cooking wild
Everyone loves to land a lunker, but the best largemouth bass to eat are the 1- to 2-pound fish, carefully skinned and filleted. Here's a simple way to enjoy a late-summer favorite.

Ambrose excited about season
Like most players, Ashley Ambrose sets personal goals before the start of every season. Unlike most players, Ambrose doesn't beat himself up when he falls short.

A time to dance
Kay Ocasio was listening to a song during a church Christmas play in the early 1990s and began to raise her hands in worship.

Stained glass
The stained glass panel featured Aug. 31 was from Adas Yeshurun synagogue's main sanctuary.

Denominations remember Sept. 11 in weekend events
The terrorist assaults of Sept. 11 will figure in several events this weekend, including an open house at the Augusta Islamic center today and memorial observances at Augusta-area churches on Sunday.

Faith and fellowship calendar
The Faith and Fellowship Calendar is a roundup of church and temple-based activities in the Augusta and Aiken area.

Faith digest
The Rev. Gary Demore, pastor of Flippen United Methodist Church in McDonough, Ga., will preach a weekend camp meeting starting at 7 p.m. Friday at White Oak United Methodist Campground on White Oak Campground Road in McDuffie County, a mile north of Georgia Highway 223.

Augusta National controversy takes spotlight

Research develops STD vaccine
Children as young as 10 may soon have access to an experimental vaccine against the most common sexually transmitted disease, a virus that can cause genital warts and cancer.

Tuning in
Q: I just moved into a tiny college dorm room, with no space for both a computer and a television. Is there any way to squeeze both functions from a single device?

A better way for wireless networking
Just a few short years ago, home networking meant hours in the attic or the crawl space dragging lengths of CAT-5 cable from one wall to another. That was just to share a printer, since networking a modem made little sense.

New dietary guidelines offer flexibility
WASHINGTON -- People who want to stay healthy need to exercise for at least an hour a day - double the previous workout recommendation - according to new dietary guidelines on fat, protein and carbohydrate intake.

Nevo might mean never needing useless universal remotes
Every once in awhile I receive products that amaze me, basically because they're beyond my ability to comprehend what makes them tick.

Gamecocks' Holtz prefers to keep teams guessing

Mistakes benefit Virginia
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - A bad week got worse for South Carolina.

South Carolina notes
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - Academic issues forced North Augusta's Brian Elam to miss the preseason team photo and had his status for 2002 in jeopardy. But after coach Lou Holtz said Elam was "in the picture" this week, the sophomore cornerback took the field in the first series against Virginia.

Gamecocks' Holtz prefers to keep teams guessing
South Carolina coach Lou Holtz wasn't happy after his team's season-opening win over New Mexico State, but he wasn't shattered either.

Mistakes benefit Virginia

Tuning in

New dietary guidelines offer flexibility

Research develops STD vaccine

A better way for wireless networking

Nevo might mean never needing useless universal remotes

Faith and fellowship calendar

Faith digest

Stained glass

A time to dance

Denominations remember Sept. 11 in weekend events