Museum dedicated to the 'scope and grandeur' of historical arms

Former prosecutor takes on D.A.'s office in new novel - and lawsuit

Book by shareholder activist recreates takeover frenzy

Book by shareholder activist recreates takeover frenzy
CAPE ELIZABETH, Maine -- Robert A.G. Monks, noted shareholder activist and worst nightmare of imperious CEOs, used to hear voices in the night.

'Picon Pie': Celebrating the great Yiddish star Molly Picon
NEW YORK -- Molly Picon was a star for more than 70 years, primarily in Yiddish theater, but she also appeared on Broadway in "Milk and Honey" and in the film versions of such stage successes as "Come Blow Your Horn" and "Fiddler on the Roof."

Woody Guthrie archives used to write praised biography
LOS ANGELES -- More than a dozen writers have tried to chronicle the vagabond life of Woody Guthrie, but none brought him alive quite like Ed Cray, not even Guthrie himself.

Woody Guthrie archives used to write praised biography

Former prosecutor takes on D.A.'s office in new novel - and lawsuit
NEW YORK -- Robert Reuland parked his black Mercedes station wagon at a meter and walked across Ralph Avenue to a half-dead strip mall.

Arts calendar

'My Life' not lonely on new-books shelf
With all that's been written and read, heard and said, about Bill Clinton's recently published memoir "My Life," you'd think it was the only new book in town.

Arts calendar
Here's a list of gallery showings and events in the Aiken-Augusta area.

'Hidden Prey' has obvious assets
In "Hidden Prey," the 15th in this rich series of police procedurals, John Sandford offers a fascinating premise: What if there are Soviet sleeper spies, planted 50 years ago in upper Minnesota, still waging the Cold War?

The tango returns to Broadway with a revival of 'Forever Tango'

Novel highlights courage of one of America's earliest nonconformists
"She is but a woman," Anne Hutchinson's ally-turned-adversary, the Rev. John Cotton, said during her 1637 excommunication trial. One sentence, duly transcribed by Puritan record-keepers of the Massachusetts Bay colony - and surely one of the greatest understatements of Colonial America.

Frida's fame keeps growing, 50 years after her death

'State Boys' reveals a dark episode of U.S. social history
"The State Boys Rebellion" is the kind of book that makes you give those conspiracy theorists a second listen.

'State Boys' reveals a dark episode of U.S. social history

'My Life' not lonely on new-books shelf

Novel highlights courage of one of America's earliest nonconformists

Frida's fame keeps growing, 50 years after her death
MEXICO CITY -- Fifty years after Frida Kahlo's death, her very private, raw and vulnerable work is only getting more popular.

'Hidden Prey' has obvious assets

Museum dedicated to the 'scope and grandeur' of historical arms
LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Liquor magnate Owsley Brown Frazier is trying to bring history to life through its firepower.

Small town's poet laureate still gets up to make the doughnuts

Small town's poet laureate still gets up to make the doughnuts
WINCHENDON, Mass. -- J. Patricia Holohan has a fancy title, yet she still gets up to make the doughnuts.

'Picon Pie': Celebrating the great Yiddish star Molly Picon

The tango returns to Broadway with a revival of 'Forever Tango'
NEW YORK -- The sinuous, sultry sounds and dances of Argentina are returning to Broadway.

Best sellers
Here's a list of best sellers from Publishers Weekly.

Different year, different story for the Expos in Puerto Rico
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico -- Everything went according to plan last year for the Montreal Expos in Puerto Rico.

Beltran back on All-Star team - on NL side

Ex-All-Star working in war zone
Warming up alongside Mike Schmidt and Ozzie Smith at the Astrodome before the 1986 All-Star game, Chris Brown figured he'd play forever. Big, strong and full of pop and promise, he was a young Giant.

Aiken is gearing up for Series

Beltran back on All-Star team - on NL side
HOUSTON -- Center fielder Carlos Beltran switched All-Star teams Sunday.

Ex-All-Star working in war zone

Griffey tears hamstring, on DL, out of All-Star game
MILWAUKEE -- Ken Griffey Jr. went on the 15-day disabled list Sunday with a torn right hamstring and will miss the All-Star game.

Different year, different story for the Expos in Puerto Rico

Aiken is gearing up for Series
Grocery and convenience stores in Aiken better start stocking up on Big League Chew and sunflower seeds.

All-Star game for the aged: The older, the better

Edmonds leads Cardinals past Cubs

All-Star game for the aged: The older, the better
HOUSTON -- This All-Star game figures to be one for the aged.

Edmonds leads Cardinals past Cubs
ST. LOUIS -- A healthy Jim Edmonds is making a big impact on the St. Louis Cardinals' perfect homestand.

Campaign ads lack content to approve

Divers take part in underwater music event in Florida Keys
BIG PINE KEY, Fla. -- Using a red snorkel as a baton, a symphony conductor in scuba gear led a group of underwater "musicians" wearing tuxedos and sequins Saturday at the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary.

Pilot arrested after botched landing on freeway
SANTA CLARITA, Calif. -- A single-engine plane trying to make an emergency landing on a freeway Saturday clipped a van and flipped upside down, and the pilot was arrested for flying under the influence of alcohol, authorities said.

Second try lucky for record-breaking 100-year-old South African sprinter
CAPE TOWN, South Africa -- It took him two tries, but South African Philip Rabinowitz made it into the Guinness Book of World Records Saturday as the fastest 100-year-old to run 100 meters.

Atlanta only one game out at the All-Star break

Atlanta only one game out at the All-Star break
PHILADELPHIA - It was, in the words of Atlanta Braves closer John Smoltz, a "bittersweet first half.''

Braves' Hampton wins again
PHILADELPHIA - This is not like any cavalry you ever saw ride to the rescue in a John Wayne western.

Braves closing in on first place despite first-half struggles
ATLANTA -- Everything was going wrong for the Atlanta Braves.

Braves closing in on first place despite first-half struggles

Braves' notebook
PHILADELPHIA - Nobody is having trouble keeping up with the Joneses. Just the opposite.

Braves' Hampton wins again

Company wants a piece of eBay middleman industry
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- When Russ Grove bought a car on eBay seven years ago, it struck him that buying was much easier than selling on the online auction site.

Business briefs
You're thick in the middle of an aggressive job hunt, but your e-mail is bare and your telephone's not jangling by employers hot to talk with you.

Good companies have an affinity for spending wisely
One of the hardest things to do in business today is to spend your advertising budget wisely.

Airlines use in-flight exercise efforts to stretch their market share

Airlines use in-flight exercise efforts to stretch their market share
NEW YORK -- Imagine a cabin full of air passengers, floating high above the Eastern seaboard somewhere between New York and Miami, squeezing their glutes and flexing their pecs.

Company wants a piece of eBay middleman industry

Business calendar
The business calendar is a free public-service listing of The Augusta Chronicle.T

Biz bits
Dennis Faircloth has joined Northwestern Mutual Financial Network's Bill Hill Augusta Group team as a financial adviser.

Business calendar

Augusta beer distributorship taps into consolidaton craze
The cases of beer and ceiling-high stacks of 12-pack longnecks in the Beverage South warehouse take on the look of a city skyline.

Sluggish software sales continue to sap industry's strength
SAN FRANCISCO -- The U.S. economy is steaming ahead, but many of the nation's biggest business software makers seem to be sputtering.

Augusta beer distributorship taps into consolidaton craze

Sluggish software sales continue to sap industry's strength

Biz bits

Business briefs

Good companies have an affinity for spending wisely

Mayor takes exception to a little ribbing

Mayor takes exception to a little ribbing
City Ink's in trouble now. Augusta Mayor Bob Young has complained to The Augusta Chronicle's Executive Editor Dennis Sodomka about City Ink's account of the mayor's role in the Senior Citizens Council nutrition program contract.

Mississippi State coach finds strength in numbers

Mississippi State coach finds strength in numbers
STARKVILLE, Miss. -- The man in charge of making Mississippi State's football players bigger, faster and stronger is most concerned with making them better.

On banning gang garb
Some pupils and parents are upset that the Richmond County school board has voted to prohibit gold teeth, large belt buckles and baggy, saggy pants when schools open again in several weeks.

Citizens are the key
Crime-weary residents of Augusta's Bethlehem neighborhood are pressing the city for a new sheriff's substation. And we hope they get it.

A test of accommodation

A test of accommodation
If your neighbor were pouring known carcinogens into the air, you wouldn't much like it.

Citizens are the key

Does substance matter?
The Democrats next door have pulled up in a shiny new Edwards. And so, some Republicans are fantasizing about trading in their vintage vice president for a flashier model.

Investigate bid policy
The Georgia Department of Audits and Accounts has come up with some disturbing information concerning the awarding of state contracts - more than 75 percent of them were not competitively bid.

Does substance matter?

People in the News
KEY WEST, Fla. -- Rosie O'Donnell's new cruise line is getting a warm welcome in sunny Key West.

Why is lampooning anchormen so easy? Stay tuned ...
NEW YORK -- Will Ferrell's title character in "Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy" is faced with a serious female colleague for the first time. Diversity is the reason, he's told. But he thinks diversity is the name of an old wooden ship from the Civil War.

Frugal generation finds itself in debt, bankruptcy court

Initial public offerings scheduled to debut
NEW YORK -- The following is a list of initial public offerings planned for the coming week, as provided by MCM EquityWatch.

Small steps can produce big energy savings
NEW YORK -- While consumers fret this summer about rising gasoline prices, they may be missing the fact that their homes are also guzzling fuel.

Frugal generation finds itself in debt, bankruptcy court
NEW YORK -- America's seniors, who weathered the Great Depression or grew up in its shadow, have a reputation for frugality and saving. Of all generations, this was the one that got it right by pinching pennies, avoiding credit and putting money away for retirement and to pass on to their children.

What's the best way to keep a vacation property in the family?
Q. What's the best way to pass down a family vacation property?

In quest for work, some jobseekers go where the openings are
On a recent afternoon, Chris Marquis finished work early to get home for his daughter's graduation party - so he checked out of the Cincinnati hotel he's lived in since January, and set off on what has become an all-too-familiar six-hour commute.

Study: paying more for mutual funds doesn't guarantee better results

In quest for work, some jobseekers go where the openings are

What's the best way to keep a vacation property in the family?

Small steps can produce big energy savings

Study: paying more for mutual funds doesn't guarantee better results
NEW YORK -- In a review of fees charged by stock mutual funds, Standard & Poor's found that those with lower-than-average expense ratios consistently outperformed their more expensive peers over time.

Europeans scoff at bioengineered beer

Europeans scoff at bioengineered beer
COPENHAGEN, Denmark -- Spurned across the continent by food-fastidious Europeans, the biotechnology industry has turned in its quest for converts to the ultimate ice breaker: genetically modified beer.

GreenJacket's notebook
Peter Ciofrone became the latest Augusta GreenJackets player traded when the Boston Red Sox sent the utility infielder to the San Diego Padres on Friday.

Errors do in Jackets once again
Augusta made two errors Saturday night; Asheville didn't make any. Those two errors led to five of the Tourists' six runs as Asheville beat the GreenJackets 6-3 at Lake Olmstead Stadium.

Hall's heroics snap GreenJackets' skid
When Mickey Hall came up with two outs and the score tied in the bottom of the ninth he wanted a pitch on the middle-inside part of the plate - a left-handed hitter's wheelhouse.

Were they French, or just aliens?

Oldcorn headed back to British Open

Mallon follows U.S. Open win to run away with Canadian

Coceres takes two-shot lead in John Deere Classic
SILVIS, Ill. -- Jose Coceres put himself in good position to win his third PGA Tour title, shooting two 3-under 68s Saturday to take a two-stroke lead in the John Deere Classic.

Golf capsules
DEARBORN, Mich. -- England's Mark James shot a 5-under 67 on Saturday and took advantage of Dana Quigley's quadruple bogey to take a three-stroke lead in the Senior Players Championship.

Kuhlke tames tough Goshen

A bonus for Levet - Scottish Open victory, British Open trip
LUSS, Scotland -- Thomas Levet matched the lowest round of his career Sunday, an 8-under 63 that gave him a one-shot victory in the Scottish Open and put his vacation plans on hold.

James wins Senior Players Championship - barely
DEARBORN, Mich. -- Mark James shot a 1-over 73 and held off Jose Maria Canizares for a one-stroke victory Sunday at the Senior Players Championship.

Hensby wins the John Deere Classic

Kuhlke tames tough Goshen
These days, the harder the golf course, the better Tripp Kuhlke's chances are of winning.

Tifton's Denham captures Georgia Amateur Championship

Oldcorn headed back to British Open
TROON, Scotland -- The British Open was taken away from Andrew Oldcorn, and he earned it right back Sunday by surviving a playoff to earn one of 15 spots through final qualifying.

Goshen players are not on par

A bonus for Levet - Scottish Open victory, British Open trip

Mallon follows U.S. Open win to run away with Canadian
NIAGARA FALLS, Ontario -- Meg Mallon completed her North American double on Sunday, running away to win the Canadian Women's Open a week after winning the U.S. Women's Open.

Coceres takes two-shot lead in John Deere Classic

Former PGA champ out with injury
TROON, Scotland -- Former PGA champion Steve Elkington withdrew from the British Open on Sunday because of a pulled groin muscle.

Hensby wins the John Deere Classic
SILVIS, Ill.l -- Mark Hensby tapped in for par on the second playoff hole at the John Deere Classic on Sunday, finally breaking through for his first career victory.

Goshen players are not on par
The toughest track on the Regions Cup schedule took its toll on the field in the Saturday's first round of the Goshen Golf Classic.

Tifton's Denham captures Georgia Amateur Championship
ATHENS, Ga. -- Despite missing a six-foot par putt on the final hole Sunday, David Denham avoided a playoff when his closest competitor also bogeyed, giving the Tifton golfer a one-shot victory in the Georgia Amateur Championship.

Former PGA champ out with injury

GreenJacket's notebook

Hall's heroics snap GreenJackets' skid

Errors do in Jackets once again

Team players reach next level

College's futures meet in tourney

Campaign ads lack content to approve
If you watch a lot of political ads on TV, you've probably come to the conclusion that candidates differ on what's good for our country.

Chad Muns receives sentence for statutory rape, other charges
An Evans man who was accused of sexual assault charges involving two minors last summer will spend at least another year in confinement after pleading guilty to four charges today.

Doctors uncover key to diabetes detection
Leigh Steed was already working in diabetes as a nurse and engaged to a doctor who specialized in diabetes when the disease got personal. She found out she had type 1 diabetes, even though she was 29 years old and it usually shows up much earlier. A few years later, diabetes got even more personal when her 2-year-old son, Austin, was diagnosed with it.

Pornography is harmful and erosive
What is often overlooked in our opposition to an adult bookstore in our community is the fact that it is market-driven. It can exist only as long as there is a demand for the products it offers. Our opposition typically is directed at the supply side; we do little to reduce the demand for its products. In years past, pornography was furtively glimpsed at dimly-lighted newsstands or in seedy theaters. Today, with its constitutional protection, it is everywhere. It is insidious and pervasive, coming at us from all directions, entrapping young and old. Russ Holloman, Ph.D. Evans

Editorial slights deprived voters
Your July 7 editorial, "Help us, Madagascar," derided members of the Congressional Black Caucus for their efforts to ensure a fair election this fall. Even if I had agreed with you, I hope I would still have found your condescending tone offensive. Letitia Berlin Albany, Calif.

Pornography is harmful and erosive

'Chronicle' buried Edwards news; paper's mindset will not change
I have opposed the editorial position of The Augusta Chronicle for more than 40 years, because The Chronicle demonizes anyone who is one millimeter left of Adolf Hitler or the Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan. However, I fully understand that the owner of The Chronicle has every right to print his views, no matter how radical, right-wing, or redneck they may be, on the editorial pages. Paul L. Cook Augusta

Make Tenenbaum your next senator
In November, the people of South Carolina have a great opportunity to make a real difference in the direction their future is headed. To do this, they will need to elect Inez Tenenbaum to the U.S. Senate. Mattie Johnson Brown North Augusta, S.C.

Translucent concrete lets the light shine through

Bathroom remodeling, step by step

Industry feeds its fashion passion at Cosmic 2004

Techbits: Googles versus Google, iPod security, and more

'Psi-Ops' clever but very bloody fun

Digital video makes inroads with cops

Have we seen the last from Hubble?

Salad fork's notched tine likely decorative

Lengthy search for new home pays off

In the know

Builders see trend by homeowners seeking comfort

Political past is everywhere in convention city

Style Briefs

Desolation Canyon: The rock garden

Canoe trail takes you back in time

Entertainment variety keeps 'em coming back to Branson

Geolocation tech slices, dices World Wide Web

Hot fun in the summertime: Video game camp

Remote enables non-Microsoft media center PCs

Modern-medieval Monaco worries over its future

Cooking class reveals soul of Italian food

Digital video makes inroads with cops
A TiVo-style digital video system designed for police cruisers is making it easier for officers on patrol to make charges stick against lawbreakers and avoid frivolous lawsuits.

Style Briefs
NEW YORK -- Voting is very fashionable this year. Isaac Mizrahi says high heels and voting are sexy, and Armani Exchange and Marie Claire have the collective message that voting is this year's style "statement."

Lengthy search for new home pays off
Gracie Jackson was on a hunt. A year ago, the Hephzibah resident left her Tobacco Road home searching for the perfect house.

Builders see trend by homeowners seeking comfort
Be it rain or shine, night or day, there's no better place to enjoy both the beauty of the outdoors and the comforts of home than on a porch, according to Bettye Butler, of Plum Branch, S.C.

Bathroom remodeling, step by step
Real estate and remodeling industry professionals cite a bathroom remodel as one of the top five improvement projects that offers the best return on investment.

Salad fork's notched tine likely decorative
Dear Carson: Please tell me why a salad fork has a notch on the inside of the left tine of the fork. - Notch in Tine

Geolocation tech slices, dices World Wide Web
NEW YORK -- Type "dentist" into Google from New York, and you'll get ads for dentists in the city. Try watching a Cubs baseball game from a computer in Chicago, and you'll be stymied. Pre-existing local TV rights block the webcast.

Industry feeds its fashion passion at Cosmic 2004
NEW YORK - Israeli women love their tummy-baring tank tops and Dolce and Gabbana, while South African women embrace the local culture with their turbans, scarves and beads.

Modern-medieval Monaco worries over its future
MONACO -- Prince Rainier III, who reshaped this Riviera backwater into a sparkling hide-out for the rich, is 81 and ailing. And some wonder whether after his reign ends, medieval-modern Monaco's fate will be to melt away into neighboring France.

Desolation Canyon: The rock garden
THE STORY SO FAR: With Aaron's father hurt, the expedition struggles to bring him to safety. But as they continue down the Green River, they come upon the worst rapids of all.

Keep your garbage disposal from clogging
Q. Shirley asks: My husband and I were arguing about what we could or couldn't dispose of in our garbage disposal to keep it from clogging. Can you help us out?

Translucent concrete lets the light shine through
WASHINGTON -- It used to be only Superman who could see through concrete walls, but an exhibit at the National Building Museum shows mere mortals can do it too.

Have we seen the last from Hubble?
The future of the Hubble space telescope doesn't look so bright at the moment. After 14 years of service and 650,000 images, many of them breathtaking, Hubble may have only a few years left.

Entertainment variety keeps 'em coming back to Branson
BRANSON, Mo. -- Seven million tourists visit Branson each year, making this tiny town in the Ozarks (population 6,500) one of the top 20 overnight leisure destinations in the country.

Remote enables non-Microsoft media center PCs
A new remote control makes playing a computer's music, videos, TV programs and photos as easy from a couch as it is from an uncomfortable office chair.

Canoe trail takes you back in time
BRUNSWICK, Vt. -- This highway through the north country is shady and quiet, with tree limbs dipping low overhead and snapping turtles skimming through the shallow water.

Hot fun in the summertime: Video game camp
NEW YORK -- In this warm season of thawed lakes, green mountains and plentiful daylight, a small group of kids will spend a month in quiet air-conditioned classrooms in the city.

Cooking class reveals soul of Italian food
PANZANO IN CHIANTI, Italy -- Deep in the Chianti wine country, I guided a rented Volkswagen over a nearly mile-long dirt road, past vineyards and olive trees and down a steep, narrow and gouged stretch that made the car's shocks groan.

Political past is everywhere in convention city
BOSTON -- It's the site of one of the seminal events of the American Revolution, but the circular cobblestone marker draws little notice, except from the pedestrians and pigeons that occasionally cross it.

'Psi-Ops' clever but very bloody fun
What child has never yearned to move objects by force of mental concentration alone? To levitate a meddlesome bully, to fetch another fudgecicle without leaving the couch?

Techbits: Googles versus Google, iPod security, and more
SAN FRANCISCO -- Online search engine leader Google Inc. says it's striving to make the world a better place. Entrepreneur Steven Esrig just wishes the company would show more respect to the planet "Goo."

In the know
Chad Wallace's proposal to Brittany Cliatt went like clockwork.

Q&A with District 24 senate candidates
Q: IF COLUMBIA COUNTY VOTERS SUPPORT MAKING school-board chairman a countywide elected position, would you push for legislation enacting the change?

Across South Carolina
CHARLESTON - A truck driver involved in a deadly wreck on Edisto Island has been charged with reckless homicide after Charleston County sheriff's officials discovered he did not have a driver's license.

News you can use

Across the area

Town has difficulty letting go of doctor
EDGEFIELD, S.C. - When Wiley H. "Buddy" Turner came home to Edgefield 40 years ago to practice medicine, house calls were $5 and there were only two basic medications for high blood pressure.

Doctors uncover key to diabetes detection

District 24 pits Brush against Whitehead

Show wraps up Fourth festivities

Across Georgia
ATLANTA - It will take nearly $61 million to fix problems at the Fulton County Jail that include overcrowding, inmate violence and vandalism, according to an internal jail report.

County weighs millage change

Opponent sees 'activist judge'
ATLANTA - Knocking a judge off the bench rarely happens in Georgia elections, but Grant Brantley has done it and hopes to do it again July 20.

Drug raid ruling angers NAACP

Kid of the Day

Tickets fly fast on parkway

Carolina NAACP will meet in Augusta

Clemson University wants all students to be researchers

Q&A with district 22 senate candidates
Q: How could you be an effective legislator for Augusta as a member of a minority party with a Republican governor who has the final say on legislation?

Rants and Raves
Comments from readers:

Kid of the Day
Today's Kid of the Day is Quindarius Decarlos Ware of Augusta

Judges will decide on jail phone system privacy plan

Appeals ballot covers gamut
ATLANTA - From a government lawyer who's hardly set foot in court to a small-town juvenile-court judge to a personal-injury attorney with clients throughout the region, the six candidates for the vacant seat on the Georgia Court of Appeals offer voters a varied choice.

Doctors uncover key to detection

Deputy goes through surgery after accident
A Columbia County sheriff's deputy was seriously injured Sunday when a sport utility vehicle slammed into his motorcycle on Interstate 20.

Across the area

Boom season runs out for fireworks vendors
CLEARWATER - In the afternoon heat, James Fulmer waits for customers who don't seem interested in his eclectic mix of products - fresh tomatoes, watermelons and fireworks.

Kid of the day

Doctors uncover key to detection
Leigh Steed was already working in diabetes as a nurse and engaged to a doctor who specialized in diabetes when the disease got personal. She found out she had type 1 diabetes, even though she was 29 years old and it usually shows up much earlier. A few years later, diabetes got even more personal when her 2-year-old son, Austin, was diagnosed with it.

Eight soldiers charged after found in businesses banned by commander

Rants and raves
Comments from readers:

Five questions - Amy Cowman

Legal matters alter campaigns for District 22 candidates

GOP meets green in Sierra Club

Rants and raves
Comments from readers:

Post starts work with canine unit
FORT JACKSON, S.C. - Deafening barks and the jangle of jaws and paws against chain-link fences offer a noisy introduction to Fort Jackson's new military police dog unit.

County weighs millage change
The first step toward a possible millage increase in Richmond County this year will be taken Monday.

Barrett blames jail's problems on state inmates

Kerry campaign gets lift from running mate

A rolling masterpiece

Post starts work with canine unit

Reports note flaws in 15 of 51 SRS tanks
COLUMBIA - Federal inspection reports show that 15 of 51 tanks holding deadly atomic waste at the Savannah River Site are cracked, are rusty or have leaked.

Dedication marks group's growth
EDGEFIELD, S.C. - Sam Crouch remembers when the National Wild Turkey Federation was housed in a storefront in downtown Edgefield and staffed by two people.

Opponent sees 'activist judge'

On Juan's birthday, day-care crusade continues
Juan Boatwright's family celebrated his 4th birthday Saturday, just days after a law bearing his name went into effect.

Deputy goes through surgery after accident

Across the area
Police arrested two Augusta men Sunday in connection with a morning armed robbery, officials said.

State agency spent $19 million on unsuccessful E-rate deal

Across Georgia
SNELLVILLE - Would-be robbers used a backhoe to break into a Snellville jewelry store.

Democrats for Senate debate jobs, Iraq war

GOP meets green in Sierra Club
ATLANTA - Jim Callison said he has heard the word "environmentalist" thrown at him like a bad word throughout his campaign for Forsyth County commissioner.

Boom season runs out for fireworks vendors

Rants and Raves
Comments from readers:

Armadillos make it to Charleston

The week ahead
Despite baseball Commissioner Bud Selig's attempts to make baseball's midsummer classic mean something by giving the winning league home field advantage during the postseason, the All-Star Game remains a cotton-candy confection, the perfect distillation of everything good about the game. For a few short days, baseball once again becomes about who can hit the ball harder, who can come up with the most spectacular infield scoop, and who can win the hearts of baseball fans. Discarded are the ideas of salary arbitration, pending trades and all the other accoutrements that go with the business of baseball. It returns to its roots and becomes, once again, just a beloved game. Major League Baseball's All-Star Game, which airs on ABC at 8 p.m. Tuesday, is this week's Best Bet. Here's what else is going on.

Across South Carolina

Tickets fly fast on parkway
Since the Palmetto Parkway's grand opening nearly three weeks ago, North Augusta Department of Public Safety officers have ticketed parkway motorists at a rate of nearly three summonses a day.

Statewide debt soars in South Carolina

Town has difficulty letting go of doctor

The week ahead

Aiken horse country becomes hot property

Aiken horse country becomes hot property
KITCHINGS MILL, S.C. - The vast swaths of open acreage that surround the city of Aiken have been selling fast and are being converted from thorny pasture and timberland into polo fields, dressage courses and fox hunting tracks.

Q&A with district 22 senate candidates

Chad Muns receives sentence for statutory rape, other charges

A rolling masterpiece
The end result will be a "rolling masterpiece," as Laurie Lockliear, the marketing coordinator for the Morris Museum of Art, puts it.

Five questions - Amy Cowman
Amy Cowman, co-anchorwoman of WAGT News Today answers five questions for The Augusta Chronicle.

Dedication marks group's growth

Clemson University wants all students to be researchers
CHARLESTON, S.C. -- Clemson University would require every student to gain in-depth research experience under a proposal pitched to trustees gathered for their annual retreat here.

District 24 pits Brush against Whitehead
While the two men vying for the District 24 state Senate seat share similar thoughts on what the top legislative issues will be in the next two years, they strongly disagree about how alike their platforms are.

Horry County pitches deal to cool gambling boat debate
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. -- Horry County officials hope a proposed deal with gambling operators will cool the debate over casino boats operating in the waters off Little River.

Q&A with District 24 senate candidates

Armadillos make it to Charleston
CHARLESTON, S.C. -- It took them more than a decade, but armadillos have finally made it to Charleston.

Across Georgia

Statewide debt soars in South Carolina
COLUMBIA, S.C. -- Government debt nearly doubled in South Carolina from 1998 through 2002, giving the state the second-fastest growth rate in the nation, U.S. Census figures show.

Voters can get ballots in early
For all those early birds out there, Lynn Bailey has the perfect opportunity - advance voting.

Miss Charleston wins Miss South Carolina pageant
SPARTANBURG, S.C. -- Miss Charleston Ann Ashley Wood was crowned Miss South Carolina for 2004 on Saturday.

Legal matters alter campaigns for District 22 candidates
The District 22 state Senate Democratic primary race pits Augusta attorney and political novice Ed Tarver against former state Senate Majority Leader Charles Walker, a seasoned politician with a cloud over his head.

Democrats for Senate debate jobs, Iraq war
ATLANTA -- The wide field of Democratic candidates in the race to succeed U.S. Sen. Zell Miller outlined their plans for shifting focus from the U.S. presence in Iraq to restoring jobs at home in a televised debate Sunday.

Carolina NAACP will meet in Augusta
The South Carolina state convention for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People will be in Augusta this fall.

State agency spent $19 million on unsuccessful E-rate deal
ATLANTA -- A state agency spent about $19 million on an unsuccessful project that would have beamed satellite images to classroom computers.

On Juan's birthday, day-care crusade continues

Judges will decide on jail phone system privacy plan
ATHENS, Ga. -- A three-judge panel will decide Wednesday whether a plan developed by the Athens-Clarke County Sheriff's Department does enough to ensure phone calls between inmates and their attorneys cannot be monitored.

News you can use
Activities and entertainment events scheduled for this week include:

Thousands gather for annual competition
EAST DUBLIN, Ga. -- They sure aren't the Olympics, but an estimated 15,000 people turned out Saturday for the ninth annual Redneck Games, a daylong celebration of all things redneck.

Drug raid ruling angers NAACP
GOOSE CREEK, S.C. - State NAACP officials say state Attorney General Henry McMaster's decision not to prosecute law enforcement officers or school officials involved in the Stratford High School drug raid is an injustice to the students.

Service in Madison County remembers black soldier slain in 1964
COMER, Ga. -- More than 200 people paid tribute Saturday to a black Army Reserve officer killed 40 years ago in Madison County as he returned to Washington from summer reserve training at Fort Benning.

Show wraps up Fourth festivities
McCORMICK, S.C. - Across the Highway 378 bridge, a parade of lovingly polished chrome and steel antiques rolled into McCormick on Saturday afternoon, signaling the beginning of the third annual Thunder Over Thurmond festivities on Lake Thurmond.

Barrett blames jail's problems on state inmates
ATLANTA -- Embattled Fulton County Sheriff Jackie Barrett said she does not know how much longer she will remain in office but hopes she is able to obtain a court order saying prisons cannot house inmates in county jails.

Across the area
Richmond County sheriff's deputies are investigating a Saturday snatch-and-grab robbery at a Washington Road restaurant, officials said.

Eight soldiers charged after found in businesses banned by commander
COLUMBUS, Ga. -- Eight soldiers were detained and charged in the first police patrol of lounges and motels declared off-limits to Fort Benning personnel by the post commander.

Kid of the day
Today's kid of the day is Olivia "Livy" Huff, 21 months, of Augusta.

Across South Carolina
GREENVILLE - Furman University shut down a building after a woman came down with symptoms of Legionnaire's disease.

Tweak or two needed in sports
If sports were perfect, various rules wouldn't be revised and tweaked every year.

Were they French, or just aliens?

Hollywood deals actor a royal hand with 'King Arthur'
LOS ANGELES -- So far, it's only speculation that Clive Owen might one day land the job as Britain's biggest modern hero, James Bond. For now, Owen's happy to wear the crown of Britain's oldest hero.

Once and future king takes on Roman shades in latest 'Arthur' film

Once and future king takes on Roman shades in latest 'Arthur' film
LOS ANGELES -- In "Excalibur," he held his sword aloft and cried, "Any man who would be a knight and follow a king, follow me!"

At the Movies: capsule reviews of new films
Capsule reviews of films opening this week:

'Spider-Man 2' retains top box-office spot with $46 million
LOS ANGELES -- Spider-Man fended off an anchorman and a king at the weekend box office to hold on to its supremacy.

Hollywood deals actor a royal hand with 'King Arthur'

At the Movies: capsule reviews of new films

'Spider-Man 2' retains top box-office spot with $46 million

Son of billionaire investor Buffett makes mark with Indian sound
OMAHA, Neb. -- Deep, pounding drums underscore the chanting of tribal names as the music of an electric guitar weaves in and out.

Newport Jazz Festival celebrates 50 swinging years
If George Wein had been a better pianist, there might never have been a Newport Jazz Festival.

Legendary guitarist Garland now lives quiet life

Q&A: The Dead
MANCHESTER, Tenn. -- As the Bonnaroo Music Festival began its slow swing into a fever pitch, it was hard not to notice an anticipatory tension in the audience of some 90,000 sweat-soaked fans.

Q&A: The Dead

Legendary guitarist Garland now lives quiet life
ORANGE PARK, Fla. -- The music is still in his fingers. Place a guitar in the hands of legendary Hank "Sugarfoot" Garland and he's quickly plucking strings, playing along with a black and white television image of himself from four decades ago on "Hometown U.S.A."

Son of billionaire investor Buffett makes mark with Indian sound

Bourdais earns third straight win

Schumacher wins for 10th time 10th in 11 races
SILVERSTONE, England -- Michael Schumacher was tested Sunday at the British Grand Prix - if only for 15 laps.

State Patrol looks into NASCAR's Bill Elliott flying chopper

NASCAR changes rules for scoring on pit road during caution

Bourdais earns third straight win
TORONTO -- The look of surprise on the face of Sebastien Bourdais made Jimmy Vasser laugh.

State Patrol looks into NASCAR's Bill Elliott flying chopper
ATLANTA -- The Georgia State Patrol is conducting an internal investigation into NASCAR driver Bill Elliott being given a shot at the controls of a state helicopter.

Stewart crashes for the victory

Stewart crashes for the victory
JOLIET, Ill. - There were no burnouts or celebratory joy rides around the Chicagoland Speedway after Tony Stewart's victory Sunday in the Tropicana 400.

Father, son relish Busch victory
JOLIET, Ill. - When Justin Labonte rumbled off on his victory lap, waving the checkered flag from his window, it was hard to tell who was prouder - father or son.

Schumacher wins for 10th time 10th in 11 races

Father, son relish Busch victory

Harvick's already feeling the heat

Harvick's already feeling the heat
JOLIET, Ill. - Even before the start of today's Tropicana Twister 400 at Chicagoland Speedway, Kevin Harvick had been looking in his rearview mirror.

NASCAR changes rules for scoring on pit road during caution
JOLIET, Ill. -- Recognizing that complicated rules changes have led to new problems, NASCAR president Mike Helton said Saturday the series will return to its old way of scoring cars on pit road under a caution.

Shaq's agent says deal imminent; teams remain tightlipped
MIAMI -- Expect to see Shaquille O'Neal in a Miami Heat uniform next season.

Hawks close to trading Jackson to Pacers for Harrington
INDIANAPOLIS -- The Atlanta Hawks and Indiana Pacers are closing in on a sign-and-trade deal in which the Hawks would send guard Stephen Jackson to the Pacers for forward Al Harrington.

Shaq's agent says deal imminent; teams remain tightlipped

Hawks give sales pitch to Martin
ATLANTA -- The Atlanta Hawks are willing to wait for Kenyon Martin.

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Hoffa fulfills a dream

Phelps, Coughlin advance to semis at U.S. Olympic swim trials
LONG BEACH, Calif. -- Michael Phelps cruised to the fastest time in the 200-meter individual medley preliminaries, and Natalie Coughlin led the way in qualifying for the 100 freestyle at the U.S. Olympic swim trials Sunday.

Tim Montgomery reaches 100-meter final at Olympic trials
SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Tim Montgomery, the world's fastest man but also a suspected steroid user who faces a lifetime ban, barely reached the 100-meter final at the U.S. Olympic trials Sunday.

Summer fun? Not quite for gymnasts on Olympic bubble
Summer camp is supposed to be all about fun and swimming and horseback riding and hot dogs, right? Not for those with designs of being on the U.S. Olympic gymnastics team.

Phelps, Coughlin advance to semis at U.S. Olympic swim trials

Coaches promising "clean" team for Athens
SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- The men's coach for the U.S. Olympic track and field team says no squad will be more drug-free than the Americans in the Athens Games.

Tim Montgomery reaches 100-meter final at Olympic trials

Marion Jones fails to qualify for 100 meters in Olympic trials
SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Perhaps it was the stress of fighting doping allegations. Maybe it was the physical and emotional strains of motherhood. Or perhaps time, and a new generation of sprinters, are finally catching up with her.

Poll: Greeks rally behind the Olympics after soccer championship
ATHENS, Greece -- Greece's victory at the European soccer championship last week has united Greeks and they are now confident the Olympic Games will be a success, according to a nationwide poll published Sunday.

Summer fun? Not quite for gymnasts on Olympic bubble

Hoffa fulfills a dream
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - When Reese Hoffa stepped into the ring at the U.S. Olympic Track and Field trials sitting in second place for his final shot put throw, he figured he'd give it all he had.

Marion Jones fails to qualify for 100 meters in Olympic trials

American runner fails to get automatic berth on British Olympic team
MANCHESTER, England -- American Malachi Davis slipped from third to fifth in the final strides of the 400 meters at the British Olympic trials on Sunday, and failed to earn an automatic berth for Athens Games in his adopted country.

Elections don't always yield the best results
Americans romanticize a lot of things. One of them is the power of elections.

Sadly, Augusta's system fights change
I am closing a chapter in my life that I have enjoyed immensely. Many, many people have wished us well as we move to a new community and a new challenge in my career. I would like to express our personal appreciation for the warm welcome to Augusta and for the opportunity to serve as your administrator.

Elections don't always yield the best results
Americans romanticize a lot of things. One of them is the power of elections.

Sadly, Augusta's system fights change
I am closing a chapter in my life that I have enjoyed immensely. Many, many people have wished us well as we move to a new community and a new challenge in my career. I would like to express our personal appreciation for the warm welcome to Augusta and for the opportunity to serve as your administrator.

Area sports announcements

Armstrong waiting to make move

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Swim stars show talent

Battered riders get much-needed off-day at Tour

Swimmer comes home to celebrate birthday

Overtime
In Athens, Ga., Jeff Knox of Augusta turned in the day's low round to move into contention for the title in the Georgia Amateur championship, which concludes today at Athens Country Club.

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Armstrong waiting to make move
SAINT-BRIEUC, France - Lance Armstrong finished in a pack of riders behind Italy's Filippo Pozzato in the seventh stage of the Tour de France on Saturday, and remained in sixth place overall after the first week of cycling's premier race.

Battered riders get much-needed off-day at Tour
QUIMPER, France -- Now for some well-earned rest and relaxation, Tour de France style.

Swimmer comes home to celebrate birthday
EDITOR'S NOTE: Lantz Lamback is competing in the Paralympic Games, Sept. 19-27, in Athens, Greece. He will compete in four individual events (50 free, 100 free, 400 free and 100 back) and two relays. Lantz, 18, has been training at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colo., since May 31. Lantz is sharing his thoughts with staff writer Chris Gay.

Swim stars show talent
As America's biggest swim meet, the U.S. Olympic Trials, was taking place in Long Beach, Calif., the biggest meet in Augusta took place Sunday.

Overtime
In Athens, Ga., Augusta's Jeff Knox closed with 4-over-par 74 to finish sixth in the Georgia Amateur Championship at Athens Country Club.

Want a hug? A squeeze? Ask Kerry or Edwards
NEW YORK - Bear hugs. Pats on the back. Shoulder squeezes. John Kerry and John Edwards are all over each other.

Kerry campaign gets lift from running mate
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry says his selection of John Edwards as his running mate seems to have injected energy into the campaign. Still, he recognizes the dangers of being swept up by the excitement and growing complacent.

Team players reach next level
Dantavious Lowe averaged 19 points per game last season for the Thomson High basketball team. Bookie Reese backed him with an average of almost 17 points. He also shot 41 percent from 3-point land.

College's futures meet in tourney
A sneak preview of the Georgia Bulldogs' basketball future will pass through North Augusta this week.

Tweak or two needed in sports

NBC exec criticizes Fox as reality TV 'imitators'

Despite protests, UPN to air Amish reality series
LOS ANGELES -- A reality TV series about Amish teenagers exploring the world beyond their community and faith will debut this month despite protests by members of Congress.

Despite protests, UPN to air Amish reality series

Foxworthy makes sure part of his new show is filmed in the South
ATLANTA -- Jeff Foxworthy is returning to television with "Blue Collar TV," and while he has to head to Hollywood to work on the show, he made sure some skits were taped before an audience in his native Atlanta.

NBC exec criticizes Fox as reality TV 'imitators'
LOS ANGELES -- Fox TV has become a reality series copycat instead of an innovator and is hurting television in the process, NBC executive Jeff Zucker said Saturday.

Wanted: Wrestling diva with beauty, class

TV Lookout: highlights (and lowlights) for the week
The peace that has finally come to Angola may extract an unexpected and fearsome price, warns the PBS documentary "AIDS Warriors."

'NYPD 24-7' provokes firefighters, annoys brass
NEW YORK -- A gritty documentary series about police that has filled the usual time slot for "NYPD Blue" has some viewers seeing red.

Foxworthy makes sure part of his new show is filmed in the South

Wanted: Wrestling diva with beauty, class
MARINA DEL REY, Calif. -- There were twins, two sets, all very blond. There were women in low-cut blouses, high-cut skirts and enough lip gloss to put a good shine on a midsize car.

All-time 'Jeopardy!' champ closes in on $1 million

TV Lookout: highlights (and lowlights) for the week

'NYPD 24-7' provokes firefighters, annoys brass

All-time 'Jeopardy!' champ closes in on $1 million
LOS ANGELES -- If the answer is Ken Jennings and his record $920,960 so far in "Jeopardy!" winnings, the question must be how does he do it?

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