Coffee table books hit the road - and the railroad

No words wasted in short story collection
Amy Hempel is a bit of a conservationist with words.

No words wasted in short story collection

No words wasted in short story collection
Amy Hempel is a bit of a conservationist with words.

'Innocent' intrigues despite droopy finale
Harlan Coben's "The Innocent" is intriguing right up to the final chapter.

Coffee table books hit the road - and the railroad
Give a copy of "Greatest American Cars" (Krause Publications, $29.99) to an auto enthusiast and it might be the last you see of each other for some time.

Coffee table books hit the road - and the railroad
Give a copy of "Greatest American Cars" (Krause Publications, $29.99) to an auto enthusiast and it might be the last you see of each other for some time.

Beavers fall to Green Wave
OMAHA, Neb. - The lone holdover from Tulane's last College World Series trip four years ago, Scott Madden knew what to expect Saturday when he was summoned to pinch-hit.

Florida tops Tennessee
OMAHA, Neb. - Matt LaPorta and Brian Jeroloman homered, and Florida held off SEC rival Tennessee 6-4 Friday to win the opening game of the 59th College World Series.

Area alumni share goal, but little else
For now, Augusta-area baseball fans have two reasons to cheer a team that plays its home games 4 hours and one state away.

Brown to miss a start
NEW YORK - Kevin Brown will miss his scheduled start Monday, and rookie Sean Henn will take his place when the New York Yankees open a series against the Tampa Bay Devil Rays.\r\n

Area alumni share goal, but little else
For now, Augusta-area baseball fans have two reasons to cheer a team that plays its home games 4 hours and one state away.

Florida tops Tennessee
OMAHA, Neb. - Matt LaPorta and Brian Jeroloman homered, and Florida held off SEC rival Tennessee 6-4 Friday to win the opening game of the 59th College World Series.

Brown to miss a start
NEW YORK - Kevin Brown will miss his scheduled start Monday, and rookie Sean Henn will take his place when the New York Yankees open a series against the Tampa Bay Devil Rays.

Beavers fall to Green Wave

Florida tops Tennessee

Brown to miss a start

Beavers fall to Green Wave
OMAHA, Neb. - The lone holdover from Tulane's last College World Series trip four years ago, Scott Madden knew what to expect Saturday when he was summoned to pinch-hit.

Area alumni share goal, but little else

College World Series notebook
OMAHA, Neb. - Fifty-three years after he pitched for Oregon State in the College World Series, Norb Wellman was back at Rosenblatt Stadium on Saturday, taking in the view from a hospitality suite in the press box.

This Father's Day, play safe with tools

Mia Freya Bartholomew
Anthony and Julie Bartholomew of Evans are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter, Mia Freya, born June 7, 2005 at St. Joseph Hospital in Augusta.

Natalie Marie Sutton
Grant and Melissa Sutton of Martinez proudly announce the birth of their daughter, Natalie Marie, born May 26, 2005 at University Hospital in Augusta.

John Elkins Durden
John and Anne Durden of Bartow, GA are pleased to announced the birth of their son, John Elkins, born May 23, 2005 at University Hospital in Augusta.

Olivia Belle Ledford

Preston Scott Strong
Kandayce Helms and Brandon Strong are pleased to announce the birth of their son, Preston Scott, born May 24, 2005 at Doctors Hospital in Martinez.

Jesse Ezekiel Mays

Emma Alexis Morgan
Edward and Lena Morgan of Augusta are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter, Emma Alexis, born May 30, 2005 at University Hospital in Augusta.

Amara Trichelle Sims
Torrey and CiJi Sims of Valdosta, GA are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter, Amara Sims, born May 3, 2005 at Doctors Hospital in Augusta.

Preston Scott Strong

Mia Freya Bartholomew
Anthony and Julie Bartholomew of Evans are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter, Mia Freya, born June 7, 2005 at St. Joseph Hospital in Augusta.

John Elkins Durden
John and Anne Durden of Bartow, GA are pleased to announced the birth of their son, John Elkins, born May 23, 2005 at University Hospital in Augusta.

Natalie Marie Sutton

Jesse Ezekiel Mays
Christopher and Delores Mays of Augusta are pleased to announce the birth of their son, Jesse Ezekiel, born June 3, 2005 at University Hospital in Augusta.

Christopher Michael Hernandez

Emma Grace Wall
Ollie and Joy Wall of North Augusta are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter, Emma Grace, born May 23, 2005 at University Hospital in Augusta.

Emma Grace Wall

Annaston Helena West
James and Judy West of North Augusta are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter, Annaston Helena, born October 21, 2004 at University Hospital in Augusta.

Allen Everett Deloach

Olivia Belle Ledford
Bryan and Brandi Ledford of North Augusta are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter, Olivia Belle, born May 17, 2005 at University Hospital in Augusta.

Emma Alexis Morgan

Christopher Michael Hernandez
Miguelangelo and Jacquelyn Hernandez of Augusta are pleased to announce the birth of their son, Christopher Michael, born June 7, 2005 at University Hospital in Augusta.

Annaston Helena West
James and Judy West of North Augusta are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter, Annaston Helena, born October 21, 2004 at University Hospital in Augusta.

Zoe Gray Morrison

Allen Everett Deloach
Matthew and Caitlin DeLoach of North Augusta proudly announce the birth of their son, Allen Everett, born February 12, 2005, at Doctors Hospital, Augusta.

Natalie Marie Sutton
Grant and Melissa Sutton of Martinez proudly announce the birth of their daughter, Natalie Marie, born May 26, 2005 at University Hospital in Augusta.

Evelyn Marie Riggenbach
Shawn and Michele Riggenbach of Augusta are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter, Evelyn Marie, born May 25, 2005 at University Hospital in Augusta.

Mia Freya Bartholomew

Olivia Belle Ledford
Bryan and Brandi Ledford of North Augusta are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter, Olivia Belle, born May 17, 2005 at University Hospital in Augusta.

Kristopher Ethan Bosdell

Amara Trichelle Sims
Torrey and CiJi Sims of Valdosta, GA are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter, Amara Sims, born May 3, 2005 at Doctors Hospital in Augusta.

John Elkins Durden

Zoe Gray Morrison
Robert and Jennifer Morrison of Augusta are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter, Zoe Gray, born June 1, 2005 at St. Joseph Hospital in Augusta.

Evelyn Marie Riggenbach

Kristopher Ethan Bosdell
Robert and Amanda Bosdell of Martinez are pleased to announce the birth of their son, Kristopher Ethan, born June 5, 2005 at Doctors Hospital in Augusta.

Annaston Helena West

Christopher Michael Hernandez
Miguelangelo and Jacquelyn Hernandez of Augusta are pleased to announce the birth of their son, Christopher Michael, born June 7, 2005 at University Hospital in Augusta.

Amara Trichelle Sims

Allen Everett Deloach
Matthew and Caitlin DeLoach of North Augusta proudly announce the birth of their son, Allen Everett, born February 12, 2005, at Doctors Hospital, Augusta.

Zoe Gray Morrison
Robert and Jennifer Morrison of Augusta are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter, Zoe Gray, born June 1, 2005 at St. Joseph Hospital in Augusta.

Preston Scott Strong
Kandayce Helms and Brandon Strong are pleased to announce the birth of their son, Preston Scott, born May 24, 2005 at Doctors Hospital in Martinez.

Emma Grace Wall
Ollie and Joy Wall of North Augusta are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter, Emma Grace, born May 23, 2005 at University Hospital in Augusta.

Jesse Ezekiel Mays
Christopher and Delores Mays of Augusta are pleased to announce the birth of their son, Jesse Ezekiel, born June 3, 2005 at University Hospital in Augusta.

Kristopher Ethan Bosdell
Robert and Amanda Bosdell of Martinez are pleased to announce the birth of their son, Kristopher Ethan, born June 5, 2005 at Doctors Hospital in Augusta.

Emma Alexis Morgan
Edward and Lena Morgan of Augusta are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter, Emma Alexis, born May 30, 2005 at University Hospital in Augusta.

Evelyn Marie Riggenbach
Shawn and Michele Riggenbach of Augusta are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter, Evelyn Marie, born May 25, 2005 at University Hospital in Augusta.

Atlanta on verge of road sweep

Braves having blast in Ohio
CINCINNATI - And to think that John Smoltz was complaining Thursday about Great American Ball Park.

Braves having blast in Ohio
CINCINNATI - And to think that John Smoltz was complaining Thursday about Great American Ball Park.

Atlanta on verge of road sweep
CINCINNATI - Fans from all over the area packed into Great American Ball Park on Saturday evening for the stadium's first sellout since Opening Day.

Braves having blast in Ohio

Atlanta on verge of road sweep
CINCINNATI - Fans from all over the area packed into Great American Ball Park on Saturday evening for the stadium's first sellout since Opening Day.

Richmond County business licenses

On the move
- Debra Metts has been elected vice president and business banker of First Bank of Georgia. Ms. Metts was previously vice president and regional manager of SouthTrust Bank.

Business briefs
Much ink has been spilled over the years on the obstacles and opportunities that corporate America presents working mothers. But what about Dad?

Companies see benefit of having exercise facilities
Nick Srott has dropped 35 pounds pumping iron and walking on the treadmill five times a week.

Business calendar
Monday-Tuesday: Volunteer management certificate series, four-part seminar on managing a volunteer program by Carol Fey, Georgia Association of Volunteer Administrators workshop trainer; 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; Enterprise Mill, Suite 125; $100 for Georgia Center for Nonprofits members, $150 nonmembers; contact Diana Morris at 869-9023 or dmorris@gcn.org.

A brighter day ahead

Companies see benefit of having exercise facilities

A brighter day ahead
Many Augusta employers say the third quarter will be a time for making new hires.

Science allows for well-being to be predicted
Navistar's International Truck and Engine Corp. uncovered a surprising finding two years ago after analyzing employee medical claims.

Augusta banker testifies to SEC

Richmond County business licenses
The following is a partial list of business licenses in Richmond County from March 2005:

Augusta banker testifies to SEC
A local bank executive told a Securities and Exchange Commission committee Friday that the Sarbanes-Oxley Act has created a regulatory and financial nightmare for small, publicly traded companies.

Business briefs

A brighter day ahead
Many Augusta employers say the third quarter will be a time for making new hires.

Richmond County property transferse

Director of Broad Street farmers market resigns
The director of Augusta's Saturday Market on Broad announced Friday that he is stepping down and moving to Savannah.

Richmond County business licenses
The following is a partial list of business licenses in Richmond County from March 2005:

Director of Broad Street farmers market resigns
The director of Augusta's Saturday Market on Broad announced Friday that he is stepping down and moving to Savannah.

Business calendar
Monday-Tuesday: Volunteer management certificate series, four-part seminar on managing a volunteer program by Carol Fey, Georgia Association of Volunteer Administrators workshop trainer; 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; Enterprise Mill, Suite 125; $100 for Georgia Center for Nonprofits members, $150 nonmembers; contact Diana Morris at 869-9023 or dmorris@gcn.org.

Augusta banker testifies to SEC
A local bank executive told a Securities and Exchange Commission committee Friday that the Sarbanes-Oxley Act has created a regulatory and financial nightmare for small, publicly traded companies.

On the move
- Debra Metts has been elected vice president and business banker of First Bank of Georgia. Ms. Metts was previously vice president and regional manager of SouthTrust Bank.

Science allows for well-being to be predicted
Navistar's International Truck and Engine Corp. uncovered a surprising finding two years ago after analyzing employee medical claims.

Companies see benefit of having exercise facilities
Nick Srott has dropped 35 pounds pumping iron and walking on the treadmill five times a week.

Richmond County property transferse
Here are the Richmond County property transfers for June 3-9. The date indicates when the transfer was recorded in the clerk's office:

Business briefs
Much ink has been spilled over the years on the obstacles and opportunities that corporate America presents working mothers. But what about Dad?

Business calendar

Director of Broad Street farmers market resigns

On the move

Science allows for well-being to be predicted

Richmond County property transferse
Here are the Richmond County property transfers for June 3-9. The date indicates when the transfer was recorded in the clerk's office:

Editorial cartoon
Editorial cartoon published on June 19, 2005. Click on the cartoon for a larger image.

Officials wax on and on while Young's mayoral career wanes

Officials wax on and on while Young's mayoral career wanes
It was nothing short of a love fest at Mayor Bob Young's going-away party at the Old Government House last week. Commissioners honored the departing mayor with a lavish buffet, presents and accolades.

Officials wax on and on while Young's mayoral career wanes
It was nothing short of a love fest at Mayor Bob Young's going-away party at the Old Government House last week. Commissioners honored the departing mayor with a lavish buffet, presents and accolades.

Don't build a nightmare
Although it's only in a tentative stage at this point, economic developers are nonetheless excited at the prospect of an ambitious new retail development project being planned for an area of land bounded by River Watch Parkway and the Augusta Canal.

Yes, yes, yes!
Shall Augusta invest in itself and revitalize the city center, transform the landscape and make Augustans feel good about their city again?

Yes, yes, yes!
Shall Augusta invest in itself and revitalize the city center, transform the landscape and make Augustans feel good about their city again?

Yes, yes, yes!

The cut-and-run crowd
As polls show the American people getting discouraged with the Iraq war, the traitorous cut-and-run crowd is starting to play their hand. Two U.S. House members, Maxine Waters, D-Calif., and Charles Rangel, D-N.Y., are heading up something called "The Out of Iraq Congressional Caucus."

The cut-and-run crowd

The cut-and-run crowd
As polls show the American people getting discouraged with the Iraq war, the traitorous cut-and-run crowd is starting to play their hand. Two U.S. House members, Maxine Waters, D-Calif., and Charles Rangel, D-N.Y., are heading up something called "The Out of Iraq Congressional Caucus."

Patriot Act cleaned up
The poster-child for opposition to the Patriot Act was the part that let the FBI snoop through library and bookstore records to see what suspected terrorists are reading.

Durbin's lies
Congressional Democrats have been trying to separate themselves from the hateful, partisan put-downs of their national party chairman, Howard Dean.

Tom Cruise proposes to Katie Holmes at Eiffel Tower
PARIS - Tom Cruise popped the question to Katie Holmes at the Eiffel Tower early Friday and then announced the news to the world - they're getting married.

Tom Cruise proposes to Katie Holmes at Eiffel Tower
PARIS - Tom Cruise popped the question to Katie Holmes at the Eiffel Tower early Friday and then announced the news to the world - they're getting married.

Stevie Wonder pays for funerals for fire victims
PHILADELPHIA - Stevie Wonder has arranged to pay the funeral expenses for five children who were killed in a city row house fire, his publicist said.

Stevie Wonder pays for funerals for fire victims
PHILADELPHIA - Stevie Wonder has arranged to pay the funeral expenses for five children who were killed in a city row house fire, his publicist said.

People in the News
NEW YORK - Three weeks after being defeated by Carrie Underwood in the finals of "American Idol," Bo Bice says he's happy he lost.

Fed considers revisions to credit card disclosures
WASHINGTON - Growing consumer unease with credit card practices is fueling a call for action as lawmakers and regulators debate making changes.

Fed considers revisions to credit card disclosures
WASHINGTON - Growing consumer unease with credit card practices is fueling a call for action as lawmakers and regulators debate making changes.

Fed considers revisions to credit card disclosures

Rain forces Jackets into doubleheader
Rain pelted the Augusta GreenJackets' Saturday night matchup with the Savannah Sand Gnats, forcing the game to be rescheduled today.

Rain forces Jackets into doubleheader
Rain pelted the Augusta GreenJackets' Saturday night matchup with the Savannah Sand Gnats, forcing the game to be rescheduled today.

Minor league notebook
Kevin Lynn got a wake-up call Tuesday morning - literally and figuratively.

Jackets put Gnats away in 15 innings
A young fan told Marcus Sanders after Friday's Augusta GreenJackets game that it was the first baseball game she's ever attended.

Minor league notebook
Kevin Lynn got a wake-up call Tuesday morning - literally and figuratively.

Jackets put Gnats away in 15 innings
A young fan told Marcus Sanders after Friday's Augusta GreenJackets game that it was the first baseball game she's ever attended.

Birdie streak keeps Love afloat
PINEHURST, N.C. - As if an opening 77 wasn't disastrous enough, Davis Love III was headed for even more trouble in the early part of his second round Friday in the U.S. Open.

Trio share slim lead at the midway point

Precision plays big part in Howell's turnaround
PINEHURST, N.C. - Charles Howell's Pinehurst story is not uncommon. One day everything rolls off. The next day everything rolls in.

Trio share slim lead at the midway point
PINEHURST, N.C. - Some introductions are in order at the 105th U.S. Open.

Father's Day, Open have a special bond
PINEHURST, N.C. - Tiger Woods will make a phone call this morning to his "Pop" and discuss his strategy for the final round of the U.S. Open.

Coble outlasts rally by teen
SAVANNAH, Ga. - Laura Coble survived a string of three RemiJin Camping comeback birdies on Friday to win her first Women's Southern Amateur Championship after 34 holes.

Langham, Parel fall short of cut
PINEHURST, N.C. - The opportunities to play the weekend at the U.S. Open were there for Franklin Langham and Scott Parel.

Jones rekindles his game of old

Forest Hills taps Allen to manage

Langham, Parel fall short of cut
PINEHURST, N.C. - The opportunities to play the weekend at the U.S. Open were there for Franklin Langham and Scott Parel.

Health returns with golf game

Health returns with golf game
It doesn't matter how many times he's been asked the question over the past two weeks. Wayne Marchant is happy to answer it every time.

Howell's day upset by bogeys
PINEHURST, N.C. - Caught in the ebb and flow of the U.S. Open at Pinehurst, Charles Howell simply treaded water Saturday.

Goosen is man with Open plan

Trio share slim lead at the midway point
PINEHURST, N.C. - Some introductions are in order at the 105th U.S. Open.

Garcia chases history at Open
PINEHURST, N.C. - Sergio Garcia isn't about to give away his secrets this week.

Health returns with golf game
It doesn't matter how many times he's been asked the question over the past two weeks. Wayne Marchant is happy to answer it every time.

Toms gets game back on track

Forest Hills taps Allen to manage
All roads led to Augusta for Scott Allen. He played in the high school state championship tournament at Forest Hills Golf Club as a junior. He finished runner-up.

Precision plays big part in Howell's turnaround

Langham, Parel fall short of cut

Father's Day, Open have a special bond
PINEHURST, N.C. - Tiger Woods will make a phone call this morning to his "Pop" and discuss his strategy for the final round of the U.S. Open.

Coble outlasts rally by teen

Howell's day upset by bogeys
PINEHURST, N.C. - Caught in the ebb and flow of the U.S. Open at Pinehurst, Charles Howell simply treaded water Saturday.

Howell's day upset by bogeys

Jacobsen refuses to show age
PINEHURST, N.C. - Just for the record, Peter Jacobsen has won a U.S. Open in North Carolina: in the movies.

Father's Day, Open have a special bond

Goosen is man with Open plan
PINEHURST, N.C. - Retief Goosen was in danger of falling apart, which wouldn't have made him different from any other player in the U.S. Open field during Saturday's third round.

Toms gets game back on track
PINEHURST, N.C. - Pinehurst No. 2 rejected David Toms' assault on par Friday, sending him home with a double bogey-triple bogey finish.

Toms gets game back on track
PINEHURST, N.C. - Pinehurst No. 2 rejected David Toms' assault on par Friday, sending him home with a double bogey-triple bogey finish.

Goosen is man with Open plan
PINEHURST, N.C. - Retief Goosen was in danger of falling apart, which wouldn't have made him different from any other player in the U.S. Open field during Saturday's third round.

Precision plays big part in Howell's turnaround
PINEHURST, N.C. - Charles Howell's Pinehurst story is not uncommon. One day everything rolls off. The next day everything rolls in.

Jones rekindles his game of old
SALUDA, S.C. - For the most part, Lance Jones is enjoying his rookie year as a senior on the Regions Cup amateur golf tournament series. He likes the relaxed atmosphere, the shorter tees and the new friendships he's developing.

Forest Hills taps Allen to manage
All roads led to Augusta for Scott Allen. He played in the high school state championship tournament at Forest Hills Golf Club as a junior. He finished runner-up.

Coble outlasts rally by teen
SAVANNAH, Ga. - Laura Coble survived a string of three RemiJin Camping comeback birdies on Friday to win her first Women's Southern Amateur Championship after 34 holes.

Jones rekindles his game of old
SALUDA, S.C. - For the most part, Lance Jones is enjoying his rookie year as a senior on the Regions Cup amateur golf tournament series. He likes the relaxed atmosphere, the shorter tees and the new friendships he's developing.

Jackets put Gnats away in 15 innings

Minor league notebook

Rain forces Jackets into doubleheader

This Father's Day, play safe with tools
Father's Day is here, and health professionals are urging all dads who get power tools as gifts to take the time to learn how to handle them safely.

This Father's Day, play safe with tools
Father's Day is here, and health professionals are urging all dads who get power tools as gifts to take the time to learn how to handle them safely.

Campbell finally delivers a major moment
PINEHURST, N.C. - Michael Campbell answered every challenge Tiger Woods threw his way Sunday afternoon until a U.S. Open full of surprises got the biggest one of them all.

Biffle wins fifth race of year
BROOKLYN, Mich. - Greg Biffle is making winning look easy.

Tax assessments are hijackings
Mayor Bob Young boasted that the Augusta tax base had increased by $1 billion, and 30,000 lucky landowners should be thrilled to know their property values increased greatly in the last few months.Frank A. Albert, Grovetown

Plan could help Gitmo's image
There's been much talk about the U.S. detention facility in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.Herbert A. Edney IV, Augusta

U.S. automotive technology lags

Bond issue must pass Tuesday
Tuesday will be an important day for Augusta and the entire Central Savannah River Area. We will have an opportunity to support our community by voting "yes" on the bond issue for construction of new court facilities, jail and a sports and entertainment complex.David J. Hogg, Augusta

Tax assessments are hijackings
Mayor Bob Young boasted that the Augusta tax base had increased by $1 billion, and 30,000 lucky landowners should be thrilled to know their property values increased greatly in the last few months.Frank A. Albert, Grovetown

Commission can't be trusted
Augusta-Richmond County taxpayers must be told their real long-term costs for a redevelopment referendum, a sports complex and obligation bonds; and what happened to the special purpose local option sales tax, which would require everyone - visitors, etc., not just property owners - to pay for worthwhile projects.W.G. Hatcher Sr., Augusta

Tax assessments are hijackings

Thanks for sticking to real news
Thank you for your editorial regarding national news media and their misplaced concepts regarding what is important news in the country today.Christopher Baugh ,Evans

U.S. automotive technology lags
While your "Genuine GM disaster" editorial (June 13) is interesting, you have not addressed the major American automotive manufacturers' problems - that being, General Motors has a line of vehicles that are built around 1940s technology.Bruce Cameron, Evans

Vote 'yes' for Augusta's future
Tuesday's bond referenda provide the citizens of Augusta an opportunity to set the course and the future for their city. Not only do the projects, a sports arena and a new judicial center, bring new jobs and economic benefit to the area immediately, they will offer enhancements and cause new dollars to flow to Augusta for years to come.Whitney O'Keeffe, Augusta

St. Joseph's must not be closed
With the recent announcement of St. Joseph Hospital's future - closing, being sold or downsizing - I feel I must let the community know what a loss it would be for our hospital to close.Patricia Scoggins, Augusta

Thanks for sticking to real news

U.S. automotive technology lags
While your "Genuine GM disaster" editorial (June 13) is interesting, you have not addressed the major American automotive manufacturers' problems - that being, General Motors has a line of vehicles that are built around 1940s technology.Bruce Cameron, Evans

Bond issue must pass Tuesday

Commission can't be trusted

Thanks for sticking to real news
Thank you for your editorial regarding national news media and their misplaced concepts regarding what is important news in the country today.Christopher Baugh ,Evans

Vote 'yes' for Augusta's future

Commission can't be trusted
Augusta-Richmond County taxpayers must be told their real long-term costs for a redevelopment referendum, a sports complex and obligation bonds; and what happened to the special purpose local option sales tax, which would require everyone - visitors, etc., not just property owners - to pay for worthwhile projects.W.G. Hatcher Sr., Augusta

Bond issue must pass Tuesday
Tuesday will be an important day for Augusta and the entire Central Savannah River Area. We will have an opportunity to support our community by voting "yes" on the bond issue for construction of new court facilities, jail and a sports and entertainment complex.David J. Hogg, Augusta

Outpouring of love was touching
My family and I would like to say thank you to the entire CSRA for all the wonderful acts of kindness, love, care, and generosity you have shown to us after my dog attack.Gwen Chavous, Petticoat Junction, S.C.

Vote 'yes' for Augusta's future
Tuesday's bond referenda provide the citizens of Augusta an opportunity to set the course and the future for their city. Not only do the projects, a sports arena and a new judicial center, bring new jobs and economic benefit to the area immediately, they will offer enhancements and cause new dollars to flow to Augusta for years to come.Whitney O'Keeffe, Augusta

Abrupt answers are often considered unmannerly in South

Condo owner uses Hemingway style

Diane von Furstenberg: lifetime in fashion not long enough

Mentors fill gaps for kids whose dads are at war

Travel briefs

Extreme makeover, garage edition

Visitors to Maine can take literary tours

Living briefs

Father-and-daughter bond is worth working for

Fashion briefs

Fashion briefs
NEW YORK - Searching for your own personal style? It might be just a pair of jeans and bottle of bleach away.

Living briefs
Encoring today for Father's Day, the 2003 movie Twelve Mile Road is about a divorced dad (Tom Selleck) whose life is disrupted by the arrival of his 16-year-old daughter (Maggie Grace). The show airs at 9 on CBS (WRDW, Channel 12).

Travel briefs
The July issue of Outside magazine profiles a trend in which some campers opt for five-star cuisine served tentside. They want to sleep in a tent under the stars in the woods - but they'd rather not deal with the hassles of building a fire and eating canned food.

Travel briefs
The July issue of Outside magazine profiles a trend in which some campers opt for five-star cuisine served tentside. They want to sleep in a tent under the stars in the woods - but they'd rather not deal with the hassles of building a fire and eating canned food.

Condo owner uses Hemingway style
A new house can be like a blank canvas. So can an old one, according to Pat Campbell, who turned her Augusta townhouse condominium into a tropical paradise two years ago.

Visitors to Maine can take literary tours
CAMDEN, Maine - Edna St. Vincent Millay wrote a poem that would bring her fame, Renascence, about the view from Mount Battie in Camden. Harriet Beecher Stowe wrote Uncle Tom's Cabin in 1850 while living in a house near Bowdoin College.

Extreme makeover, garage edition
If you can't park your car in the garage or have trouble finding it when it is parked there, your garage could probably use an extreme makeover.

Mentors fill gaps for kids whose dads are at war
CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. - You rarely see Marines embrace. Yet Lynne Gilstrap, principal at the Mary Fay Pendleton School at this Marine base, has seen it happen when troops return from Iraq and Afghanistan.

Visitors to Maine can take literary tours
CAMDEN, Maine - Edna St. Vincent Millay wrote a poem that would bring her fame, Renascence, about the view from Mount Battie in Camden. Harriet Beecher Stowe wrote Uncle Tom's Cabin in 1850 while living in a house near Bowdoin College.

Quiz: How am I doing as my daughter's father?
What's your Dad Q? Take this quiz from Dads & Daughters to find out.

Father-and-daughter bond is worth working for
Joseph Butler gets to spend more time with his daughters than most fathers.

Father-and-daughter bond is worth working for
Joseph Butler gets to spend more time with his daughters than most fathers.

Abrupt answers are often considered unmannerly in South
Dear Carson: I'm 15 years old and just moved to the South. I thought you might be able to help. Do adults expect to hear "yes or no ma'am" when being answered? Is it important? Do you ever really expect it? Do I just say it when answering a question? I'm sorry to bug you, but I just hear it a lot more. Thanks if you can help. - "Ma'am" Muddle

Living briefs
Encoring today for Father's Day, the 2003 movie Twelve Mile Road is about a divorced dad (Tom Selleck) whose life is disrupted by the arrival of his 16-year-old daughter (Maggie Grace). The show airs at 9 on CBS (WRDW, Channel 12).

Fashion briefs
NEW YORK - Searching for your own personal style? It might be just a pair of jeans and bottle of bleach away.

Mentors fill gaps for kids whose dads are at war
CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. - You rarely see Marines embrace. Yet Lynne Gilstrap, principal at the Mary Fay Pendleton School at this Marine base, has seen it happen when troops return from Iraq and Afghanistan.

Extreme makeover, garage edition
If you can't park your car in the garage or have trouble finding it when it is parked there, your garage could probably use an extreme makeover.

Condo owner uses Hemingway style
A new house can be like a blank canvas. So can an old one, according to Pat Campbell, who turned her Augusta townhouse condominium into a tropical paradise two years ago.

Diane von Furstenberg: lifetime in fashion not long enough
NEW YORK - Diane von Furstenberg spent three decades making the case that women can be sexy, strong and successful.

Abrupt answers are often considered unmannerly in South
Dear Carson: I'm 15 years old and just moved to the South. I thought you might be able to help. Do adults expect to hear "yes or no ma'am" when being answered? Is it important? Do you ever really expect it? Do I just say it when answering a question? I'm sorry to bug you, but I just hear it a lot more. Thanks if you can help. - "Ma'am" Muddle

Diane von Furstenberg: lifetime in fashion not long enough
NEW YORK - Diane von Furstenberg spent three decades making the case that women can be sexy, strong and successful.

Across South Carolina

Sky's the limit for travelers
The 3,000-person cruise Ann Bruno is taking this month from New York City has been booked solid for almost three months.

Worth the wait
An employee of the Spirit gas station on Washington Road in Martinez directs traffic around the station Friday as motorists line up for regular gasoline, priced at $1.69 per gallon.

Huge backlog revealed with new court law
The move to streamline case assignment in Augusta Judicial Circuit courts has been complicated with the discovery of thousands of backlogged cases - some stretching back half a decade or longer.

Sky's the limit for travelers

Rants and Raves
Comments from our readers:

Governor agrees to $1,900 fine
ATLANTA - Gov. Sonny Perdue reached a deal with the State Ethics Commission on Friday to pay $1,900 in fines and return more than $18,000 in campaign contributions to settle charges stemming from his 2002 run for the governorship and his re-election campaign.

Medical response put to the test

Huge backlog revealed with new court law
The move to streamline case assignment in Augusta Judicial Circuit courts has been complicated with the discovery of thousands of backlogged cases - some stretching back half a decade or longer.

Discipline delayed for officer

Rants and raves
Comments from our readers:

Why is a new jail needed?

Police look into report delay

Kid of the Day

Across Georgia

Campbell finally delivers a major moment

News you can use
Events scheduled for today include:

Early ballot numbers are low

Offender jailed on violation
Authorities arrested a convicted sex offender Friday who they said was violating his probation by teaching at a North Augusta martial arts academy.

News you can use

Across Georgia
COLUMBUS - A Fort Benning soldier with ties to Sumter, Greenville and Easley, S.C., was killed earlier this week during a roadside bombing in Baghdad, Iraq, according to the Defense Department.

Voters to decide on Augusta's future

Worth the wait
An employee of the Spirit gas station on Washington Road in Martinez directs traffic around the station Friday as motorists line up for regular gasoline, priced at $1.69 per gallon.

Across Georgia

Robbery suspect

Allendale will regain schools

'Chronicle' gets general excellence award

Advocates aren't high on pot-inspired candy

Kid of the Day

Where we live

Across the area

Barnwell County sheriff follows in father's footsteps

Officials had to build case after confession
AIKEN - For more than a month, state social workers and sheriff's detectives say they knew that a Windsor man had confessed to sexually assaulting young girls.

Ordeal haunts dog attack victim

Across Georgia
COLUMBUS - A Fort Benning soldier with ties to Sumter, Greenville and Easley, S.C., was killed earlier this week during a roadside bombing in Baghdad, Iraq, according to the Defense Department.

Across the area

Robbery suspect
The Wrens Police Department is looking for this man, who was caught on surveillance video during the robbery of First State Bank on Main Street in Wrens at 1:10 p.m. Friday.

Campbell finally delivers a major moment
PINEHURST, N.C. - Michael Campbell answered every challenge Tiger Woods threw his way Sunday afternoon until a U.S. Open full of surprises got the biggest one of them all.

Volunteers help save Tybee Island turtles
SAVANNAH, Ga. - More than 250 diamondback terrapins, most of them heavy with eggs, have died this spring trying to cross U.S. Highway 80, which leads to Tybee Island, and a brigade of volunteers has tried to help.

Kid of the Day
Today's Kid of the Day is Malique Meyers of Hephzibah.

Newspaper staffers deliver baby story
Metro Courier delivered a whole lot more than newspapers Friday morning.

Discipline delayed for officer
A state Department of Corrections officer who officials say lied to investigators about his role in the escape of a prisoner at Medical College of Georgia in April has yet to face disciplinary action, officials said.

Officials had to build case after confession
AIKEN - For more than a month, state social workers and sheriff's detectives say they knew that a Windsor man had confessed to sexually assaulting young girls.

Allendale will regain schools
COLUMBIA - After six years, Allendale officials are preparing to retake control of their schools.

News you can use
Events scheduled for today include:

Across the area
Police arrested a Williston man during the weekend after he was accused of shooting at three people.

Instructor faces assault charge
An Aiken Technical College instructor, whose actions allegedly sent one student to the hospital, has been charged with simple assault, a school police officer said Friday.

Across Georgia
ATLANTA - Fulton County Sheriff Myron Freeman has reassigned three courthouse officials amid lingering security concerns at the courthouse, which was the scene of the killings of a judge, court reporter and deputy three months ago.

Police look into report delay
Child molestation allegations against a Riverside Elementary School substitute teacher went unreported by school officials for more than a month, and Columbia County Sheriff's Office officials said Friday they are considering whether the school might be held accountable.

Advocates aren't high on pot-inspired candy
ATLANTA - Raspberry, butterscotch, sour apple ... and pot?

Rants and raves
Comments from our readers:

Barnwell County sheriff follows in father's footsteps
BARNWELL, S.C. - Barnwell County Sheriff Ed Carroll sits at his desk and peers through the same window he used to crawl out of as a child to stare at the stars.

Newspaper staffers deliver baby story

Medical response put to the test
Throw in a few mortar rounds and Augusta Regional Airport on Saturday would have seemed like Balad, Iraq, to Air Force Maj. Ken Westenkirchner.

Officials had to build case after confession

Early ballot numbers are low
Advance voting for Tuesday's special election has been steady but not overwhelming, according to Richmond County Board of Elections Executive Director Lynn Bailey.

Offender jailed on violation

Where we live
A weekly snapshot of the interesting places that make up the Augusta area.

Reed Creek sand runoff might be clogging canal

News you can use
How often do you eat out? Probably more than you realize.

Huge backlog revealed with new court law

Ordeal haunts dog attack victim
PETTICOAT JUNCTION - Gwendolyn Chavous stands in the front yard of her childhood home and points at the ground.

News you can use

Voters to decide on Augusta's future
Voters go to the polls Tuesday to decide on two general obligation bond issues totaling $160 million that would pay for jails, a judicial center and a sports arena at the Regency Mall site.

Worth the wait

Why is a new jail needed?
Why is the Richmond County Law Enforcement Center in such terrible shape? The answer to that question may be worth $40 million.

Rants and Raves
Comments from our readers:

Rants and raves
Comments from our readers:

Kid of the Day
Grace Holliday is today's Kid of the Day.

Across the Southeast
PHILADELPHIA, MISS. - A brother of the man accused in the 1964 deaths of three civil rights workers took the stand Saturday in his defense, saying the defendant was at a Father's Day gathering that day and never indicated he was in the Ku Klux Klan.

Across South Carolina
MYRTLE BEACH - Myrtle Beach State Park is without lifeguards for the first time in four decades after the state canceled a contract with a lifeguard service that went out of business, officials say.

Kid of the Day
Today's Kid of the Day is Malique Meyers of Hephzibah.

Across the area
An Aiken man died Friday morning from injuries he sustained in a two-vehicle accident Thursday.

Discipline delayed for officer
A state Department of Corrections officer who officials say lied to investigators about his role in the escape of a prisoner at Medical College of Georgia in April has yet to face disciplinary action, officials said.

Sky's the limit for travelers
The 3,000-person cruise Ann Bruno is taking this month from New York City has been booked solid for almost three months.

Allendale will regain schools
COLUMBIA - After six years, Allendale officials are preparing to retake control of their schools.

Instructor faces assault charge
An Aiken Technical College instructor, whose actions allegedly sent one student to the hospital, has been charged with simple assault, a school police officer said Friday.

Across the area
Police arrested a Williston man during the weekend after he was accused of shooting at three people.

Man gets life term for shooting, killing man
An Augusta man who shot two men, killing one, was sentenced Friday to spend the rest of his life in prison.

Across South Carolina
SUMTER - Sumter police are looking for a 12-year-old girl who has been missing since June 10.

Reed Creek sand runoff might be clogging canal
At the request of Augusta City Administrator Fred Russell, Columbia County officials have initiated a nearly $8,000 study involving a gritty detail of the Augusta Canal - sand runoff.

Across Georgia
ATLANTA - Fulton County Sheriff Myron Freeman has reassigned three courthouse officials amid lingering security concerns at the courthouse, which was the scene of the killings of a judge, court reporter and deputy three months ago.

Police look into report delay
Child molestation allegations against a Riverside Elementary School substitute teacher went unreported by school officials for more than a month, and Columbia County Sheriff's Office officials said Friday they are considering whether the school might be held accountable.

Advocates aren't high on pot-inspired candy
ATLANTA - Raspberry, butterscotch, sour apple ... and pot?

Rants and Raves
Comments from our readers:

Barnwell County sheriff follows in father's footsteps
BARNWELL, S.C. - Barnwell County Sheriff Ed Carroll sits at his desk and peers through the same window he used to crawl out of as a child to stare at the stars.

'Chronicle' gets general excellence award
PONTE VEDRA, Fla. - Sports stories about local athletes finding success against the odds, photographic images of breaking news and a rare sweep of all editorial writing entries helped earn The Augusta Chronicle second place in this year's General Excellence categories in the Georgia Press Association's annual Better Newspapers Contest.

Medical response put to the test
Throw in a few mortar rounds and Augusta Regional Airport on Saturday would have seemed like Balad, Iraq, to Air Force Maj. Ken Westenkirchner.

Kid of the Day
Grace Holliday is today's Kid of the Day.

Newspaper staffers deliver baby story
Metro Courier delivered a whole lot more than newspapers Friday morning.

Across the area
An Aiken man died Friday morning from injuries he sustained in a two-vehicle accident Thursday.

Early ballot numbers are low
Advance voting for Tuesday's special election has been steady but not overwhelming, according to Richmond County Board of Elections Executive Director Lynn Bailey.

Across South Carolina
MYRTLE BEACH - Myrtle Beach State Park is without lifeguards for the first time in four decades after the state canceled a contract with a lifeguard service that went out of business, officials say.

Where we live
A weekly snapshot of the interesting places that make up the Augusta area.

Robbery suspect
The Wrens Police Department is looking for this man, who was caught on surveillance video during the robbery of First State Bank on Main Street in Wrens at 1:10 p.m. Friday.

News you can use
How often do you eat out? Probably more than you realize.

Reed Creek sand runoff might be clogging canal
At the request of Augusta City Administrator Fred Russell, Columbia County officials have initiated a nearly $8,000 study involving a gritty detail of the Augusta Canal - sand runoff.

Ordeal haunts dog attack victim
PETTICOAT JUNCTION - Gwendolyn Chavous stands in the front yard of her childhood home and points at the ground.

Offender jailed on violation
Authorities arrested a convicted sex offender Friday who they said was violating his probation by teaching at a North Augusta martial arts academy.

Voters to decide on Augusta's future
Voters go to the polls Tuesday to decide on two general obligation bond issues totaling $160 million that would pay for jails, a judicial center and a sports arena at the Regency Mall site.

'Chronicle' gets general excellence award
PONTE VEDRA, Fla. - Sports stories about local athletes finding success against the odds, photographic images of breaking news and a rare sweep of all editorial writing entries helped earn The Augusta Chronicle second place in this year's General Excellence categories in the Georgia Press Association's annual Better Newspapers Contest.

Why is a new jail needed?
Why is the Richmond County Law Enforcement Center in such terrible shape? The answer to that question may be worth $40 million.

Instructor faces assault charge

Blink and you can miss best (and worst) of Open
PINEHURST, N.C. - U.S. Opens have been known to cause so many symptoms, they should come with a warning label.

Greatness must be noticed
PINEHURST, N.C. - It's over. Pinehurst can start chiseling another statue to set beside Payne Stewart.

Greatness must be noticed
PINEHURST, N.C. - It's over. Pinehurst can start chiseling another statue to set beside Payne Stewart.

Blink and you can miss best (and worst) of Open
PINEHURST, N.C. - U.S. Opens have been known to cause so many symptoms, they should come with a warning label.

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

At the Movies: capsule reviews of new films

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

Rapper Cassidy turns himself in to face murder charge
PHILADELPHIA - Rapper Cassidy turned himself in to authorities Friday in connection with a shooting that killed one man and injured two others.

Hitting top suits Black Eyed Peas perfectly
NEW YORK - The Black Eyed Peas spent years languishing in hip-hop's underground before they found the formula to vault them into the mainstream - accessible pop melodies, star collaborations, marketing tie-ins and a sexy young thing to belt out catchy choruses.

Hitting top suits Black Eyed Peas perfectly
NEW YORK - The Black Eyed Peas spent years languishing in hip-hop's underground before they found the formula to vault them into the mainstream - accessible pop melodies, star collaborations, marketing tie-ins and a sexy young thing to belt out catchy choruses.

Rapper Cassidy turns himself in to face murder charge

Rapper Cassidy turns himself in to face murder charge
PHILADELPHIA - Rapper Cassidy turned himself in to authorities Friday in connection with a shooting that killed one man and injured two others.

Hitting top suits Black Eyed Peas perfectly

Martin's seen a lot during racing days
BROOKLYN, Mich. - During his farewell tour as a driver on the NASCAR Nextel Cup Series, Mark Martin continually likes to remind everyone he's not very smart.

Newman breaks record
BROOKLYN, Mich. - An afternoon of surprises at Michigan International Speedway started with Mike Garvey and Stuart Kirby both out-qualifying Dale Earnhardt Jr. for the Batman Begins 400, and it continued with 26 drivers breaking the track record.

Setzer trucks his way to win

Trulli gives Toyota a reason to cheer
INDIANAPOLIS - Jarno Trulli salvaged what was shaping up to be a miserable weekend for the Toyota team by winning the pole Saturday for the United States Grand Prix.

Setzer trucks his way to win
BROOKLYN, Mich. - Dennis Setzer raced to his first NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series victory of the season Saturday, winning under caution after Ted Musgrave blew an engine while running second with less than two laps to go.

Trulli gives Toyota a reason to cheer
INDIANAPOLIS - Jarno Trulli salvaged what was shaping up to be a miserable weekend for the Toyota team by winning the pole Saturday for the United States Grand Prix.

Newman breaks record
BROOKLYN, Mich. - An afternoon of surprises at Michigan International Speedway started with Mike Garvey and Stuart Kirby both out-qualifying Dale Earnhardt Jr. for the Batman Begins 400, and it continued with 26 drivers breaking the track record.

Newman breaks record

Setzer trucks his way to win
BROOKLYN, Mich. - Dennis Setzer raced to his first NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series victory of the season Saturday, winning under caution after Ted Musgrave blew an engine while running second with less than two laps to go.

Trulli gives Toyota a reason to cheer

Martin's seen a lot during racing days

Rudd's 57th will make track history
BROOKLYN, Mich. - Ricky Rudd will be making a track-record 57th start at Michigan International Speedway today in the Batman Begins 400.

Martin's seen a lot during racing days
BROOKLYN, Mich. - During his farewell tour as a driver on the NASCAR Nextel Cup Series, Mark Martin continually likes to remind everyone he's not very smart.

Coaches show off their lighter sides
AUBURN HILLS, Mich. - To keep the mood light Saturday, San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich showed a clip from the 1979 Maine high school basketball championship game starring assistant coach Brett Brown in all his short shorts glory.

Timberwolves hire Sonics assistant Casey

Pistons' defense on Duncan has rendered him ordinary

Pistons' defense on Duncan has rendered him ordinary
AUBURN HILLS, Mich. - The battles between Tim Duncan and Rasheed Wallace date to their days on opposite ends of Tobacco Road, when Wake Forest played North Carolina and the two young big men were just starting down the path that has led them to these NBA Finals.

Coaches show off their lighter sides
AUBURN HILLS, Mich. - To keep the mood light Saturday, San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich showed a clip from the 1979 Maine high school basketball championship game starring assistant coach Brett Brown in all his short shorts glory.

Timberwolves hire Sonics assistant Casey
MINNEAPOLIS - The Minnesota Timberwolves hired longtime Seattle assistant Dwane Casey as their new coach on Friday.

Coaches show off their lighter sides

Pistons' defense on Duncan has rendered him ordinary
AUBURN HILLS, Mich. - The battles between Tim Duncan and Rasheed Wallace date to their days on opposite ends of Tobacco Road, when Wake Forest played North Carolina and the two young big men were just starting down the path that has led them to these NBA Finals.

Timberwolves hire Sonics assistant Casey
MINNEAPOLIS - The Minnesota Timberwolves hired longtime Seattle assistant Dwane Casey as their new coach on Friday.

Mrs. Betty M. Linderman    (BLYTHE, Ga.)

Mrs. Martha Bernhard    (HARLEM, Ga.)

Mr. Jesse Booker, Sr.    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Lilouise Anthony    (THOMSON, Ga.)

Mr. Walter S. Williams    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Ethel C. Blocker    (TRENTON, S.C.)

Mrs. Thelma K. Herndon    (ALLENDALE, S.C.)

Mrs. Clanice Bodie Prior    (EVANS, Ga.)

Miss Johnnie Smith    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Frank Gary, Jr.    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Joe Ann Lassorella    (BELVEDERE, S.C.)

Mr. Larry Hawes    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Jimmie T. Sanders    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Emma Johnson    (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)

Mr. William Lee Plotts, Sr.    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Lucienda C. Jones    (EDGEFIELD, S.C.)

Mr. Carl Eugene Adams    (AIKEN, S.C.)

Mr. Arthur Koehler    (LINCOLNTON, Ga.)

Mrs. Ernestine Young    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Sarah Anderson    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Joe Ann Lassorella    (BELVEDERE, S.C.)

Mr. Joseph Harris, Jr.    (EVANSTON, Ill.)

Mr. Jesse Booker, Sr.    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Joe Ann Lassorella    (BELVEDERE, S.C.)

Mr. Grover C. Young, Jr.    (GROVETOWN, Ga.)

Mrs. Sarah Anderson    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Linda L. Sims    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Hattie Abney    (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)

Mrs. Virginia Rodgers    (MARTINEZ, Ga.)

Mrs. Hattie Abney    (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)

Mr. Jim McMurrain    (AUGUSTA , Ga.)

Mrs. Ernestine Young    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Margaret Hutchison    (AIKEN, S.C.)

Mr. Damir Tomljenovic    (LOUISVILLE, Ky.)

Rev. Eugene J. Hamilton    (EDGEFIELD, S.C.)

Mrs. Mary Y. Nichols    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Milreasie Carswell    (SWAINSBORO, Ga.)

Mr. John Molik    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Martha Bernhard    (HARLEM, Ga.)

Mrs. Betty M. Linderman    (BLYTHE, Ga.)

Mrs. Maureen Stocker    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Larry Hawes    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Ms. Frances Ruth Stocker    (HEPHZIBAH, Ga.)

Mrs. Ethel C. Blocker    (TRENTON, S.C.)

Mrs. Milreasie Carswell    (SWAINSBORO, Ga.)

Mr. Steven Miller    (HEPHZIBAH, Ga.)

Mr. Philip L. Stewart    (SYLVANIA, Ga.)

Mrs. Lucienda C. Jones    (EDGEFIELD, S.C.)

Miss Johnnie Smith    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Frank Gary, Jr.    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Ella Sauls Carter    (GRANITEVILLE, S.C.)

Mrs. Maureen Stocker    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Ms. Frances Ruth Stocker    (HEPHZIBAH, Ga.)

Mrs. Ethel C. Blocker    (TRENTON, S.C.)

Mrs. Rosa Parkman    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Camelle Batson    (JACKSON, S.C.)

Mrs. Mary Y. Nichols    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Fitzgerald B. Bates    (WAYNESBORO, Ga.)

Mrs. Harriet A. Moore    (EDGEFIELD, S.C.)

Dea. Isiah "Benny" Turner    (WADLEY, Ga.)

Mr. John Molik    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Ernestine Young    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Steven Miller    (HEPHZIBAH, Ga.)

Miss Johnnie Smith    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Fitzgerald B. Bates    (WAYNESBORO, Ga.)

Ms. Harriet Scoates    (AIRY, Ga.)

Mrs. Joe Ann Lassorella    (BELVEDERE, S.C.)

Ms. Frances Ruth Stocker    (HEPHZIBAH, Ga.)

Dea. Isiah "Benny" Turner    (WADLEY, Ga.)

Mr. Gene Powell    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Grover C. Young, Jr.    (GROVETOWN, Ga.)

Mr. John Molik    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Ernestine Young    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Steven Miller    (HEPHZIBAH, Ga.)

Mr. Walter S. Williams    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Thomas Mack    (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)

Miss Johnnie Smith    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Thurman Hickson, Sr.    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Linda L. Sims    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Tordd Hazel, Jr.    (BEECH ISLAND, S.C.)

Ms. Harriet Scoates    (AIRY, Ga.)

Mrs. Mary Hayes Baker    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Jimmie T. Sanders    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. David Edward Kaplan    (AIKEN, S.C.)

Mrs. Virginia Rodgers    (MARTINEZ, Ga.)

Mrs. Ethel C. Blocker    (TRENTON, S.C.)

Mr. Gene Powell    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Robert D. Davis    (GROVETOWN, Ga.)

Mr. Gunter Morris    (JOHNSTON, S.C.)

Mrs. Camelle Batson    (JACKSON, S.C.)

Mr. John Molik    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Damir Tomljenovic    (LOUISVILLE, Ky.)

Mr. Steven Miller    (HEPHZIBAH, Ga.)

Mr. Philip L. Stewart    (SYLVANIA, Ga.)

Mr. James L. McMurrain    (MARTINEZ, Ga.)

Mrs. Ella Sauls Carter    (GRANITEVILLE, S.C.)

Mrs. Sarah Lowder    (AIKEN, S.C.)

Mrs. Rosa Parkman    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. William Lee Plotts, Sr.    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Harriet A. Moore    (EDGEFIELD, S.C.)

Mrs. Margaret Hutchison    (AIKEN, S.C.)

Mr. James L. McMurrain    (MARTINEZ, Ga.)

Mr. Thurman Hickson, Sr.    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Sarah Lowder    (AIKEN, S.C.)

Mrs. Thelma K. Herndon    (ALLENDALE, S.C.)

Mr. Arthur Koehler    (LINCOLNTON, Ga.)

Mr. Tordd Hazel, Jr.    (BEECH ISLAND, S.C.)

Mrs. Emma Johnson    (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)

Mrs. Mary Hayes Baker    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Joseph Harris, Jr.    (EVANSTON, Ill.)

Rev. Eugene J. Hamilton    (EDGEFIELD, S.C.)

Mrs. Clanice Bodie Prior    (EVANS, Ga.)

Mr. Carl Eugene Adams    (AIKEN, S.C.)

Mrs. Lilouise Anthony    (THOMSON, Ga.)

Mr. David Edward Kaplan    (AIKEN, S.C.)

Mr. Robert D. Davis    (GROVETOWN, Ga.)

Mr. Jim McMurrain    (AUGUSTA , Ga.)

Mr. Thomas Mack    (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)

Mr. Gunter Morris    (JOHNSTON, S.C.)

Mrs. Milreasie Carswell (SWAINSBORO, Ga.)

Mr. William Lee Plotts, Sr. (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Thelma K. Herndon (ALLENDALE, S.C.)

Mr. Larry Hawes (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Ethel C. Blocker (TRENTON, S.C.)

Miss Johnnie Smith (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. David Edward Kaplan (AIKEN, S.C.)

Mr. John Molik (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Carl Eugene Adams (AIKEN, S.C.)

Mrs. Sarah Anderson (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Gene Powell (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Mary Y. Nichols (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Robert D. Davis (GROVETOWN, Ga.)

Mrs. Sarah Lowder (AIKEN, S.C.)

Mr. Jesse Booker, Sr. (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Clanice Bodie Prior (EVANS, Ga.)

Mr. Jimmie T. Sanders (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Joseph Harris, Jr. (EVANSTON, Ill.)

Mr. Steven Miller (HEPHZIBAH, Ga.)

Mrs. Ella Sauls Carter (GRANITEVILLE, S.C.)

Mrs. Virginia Rodgers (MARTINEZ, Ga.)

Mrs. Hattie Abney (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)

Dea. Isiah "Benny" Turner (WADLEY, Ga.)

Ms. Frances Ruth Stocker (HEPHZIBAH, Ga.)

Mrs. Margaret Hutchison (AIKEN, S.C.)

Mrs. Rosa Parkman (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Camelle Batson (JACKSON, S.C.)

Mr. James L. McMurrain (MARTINEZ, Ga.)

Mrs. Fitzgerald B. Bates (WAYNESBORO, Ga.)

Mrs. Ethel C. Blocker (TRENTON, S.C.)

Ms. Harriet Scoates (AIRY, Ga.)

Mrs. Lilouise Anthony (THOMSON, Ga.)

Miss Johnnie Smith (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Philip L. Stewart (SYLVANIA, Ga.)

Mr. Gunter Morris (JOHNSTON, S.C.)

Mr. Frank Gary, Jr. (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Linda L. Sims (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Lucienda C. Jones (EDGEFIELD, S.C.)

Mr. Tordd Hazel, Jr. (BEECH ISLAND, S.C.)

Mrs. Betty M. Linderman (BLYTHE, Ga.)

Mrs. Mary Hayes Baker (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Harriet A. Moore (EDGEFIELD, S.C.)

Mr. Thurman Hickson, Sr. (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Arthur Koehler (LINCOLNTON, Ga.)

Mrs. Martha Bernhard (HARLEM, Ga.)

Mr. Damir Tomljenovic (LOUISVILLE, Ky.)

Mr. Thomas Mack (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)

Mrs. Ernestine Young (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Grover C. Young, Jr. (GROVETOWN, Ga.)

Mrs. Joe Ann Lassorella (BELVEDERE, S.C.)

Mr. Walter S. Williams (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Maureen Stocker (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Rev. Eugene J. Hamilton (EDGEFIELD, S.C.)

Mrs. Emma Johnson (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)

Mrs. Ernestine Young (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Jim McMurrain (AUGUSTA , Ga.)

Mrs. Joe Ann Lassorella (BELVEDERE, S.C.)

Mr. Steven Miller (HEPHZIBAH, Ga.)

Mr. John Molik (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Waters steers team to ultimate reward

Musketeers sweeper has a lot on his mind

Fransoso keeps setting records

Overtime

Goals keep senior sharp

FireBall calm Chaos

Spotlight is getting crowded for Serena

Tribe still supports Florida State use of nickname

Kennedy keeps promise of title

Overtime

Dutcher keeps pep in her step

FireBall doused by rains, Chaos

Tribe still supports Florida State use of nickname
MIAMI - The Seminole Tribe of Florida said it still backs Florida State University's use of the Seminoles nickname, just a week before the NCAA meets on the appropriateness of American Indian nicknames.

Overtime
USC Aiken's baseball team finished the season ranked No. 12 in the final Collegiate Baseball Magazine Division II Top 30 coaches poll.

Waters steers team to ultimate reward
Everyone saw it coming. South Aiken's boys soccer team began the year with its stable bursting with talent.

FireBall doused by rains, Chaos
After the Augusta FireBall United's dominant performance on Friday night, the West Virginia Chaos were bound to have a bit of revenge on their minds.

FireBall calm Chaos
During its perfect start, the Augusta FireBall United's defense had gotten most of the credit for the team's early success.

Overtime
In Enschede, Netherlands, Freddy Adu started the play that led to the winning goal, leading the United States to a 1-0 win over Egypt and first place in Group D of the World Youth Championship.

Goals keep senior sharp
Almost every player of the year story starts the same way. Player does something great; team, fans and coaches are amazed; nothing but smooth sailing along a dream year.

Spotlight is getting crowded for Serena
WIMBLEDON, England - There was a time, not all that long ago, when Serena Williams was the clear-cut favorite at every tournament she entered, no matter the surface, no matter the field, and no matter, frankly, how devoted she was to tennis.

Dutcher keeps pep in her step
South Aiken coach Bridget Dutcher has a different sort of "Win one for the Gipper" speech.

FireBall doused by rains, Chaos
After the Augusta FireBall United's dominant performance on Friday night, the West Virginia Chaos were bound to have a bit of revenge on their minds.

South Aiken's 'Goose' has been golden in net
Ring up the Gustavsons in Aiken. Ask to speak with Goose and prepare for a quick quiz.

Overtime
In Enschede, Netherlands, Freddy Adu started the play that led to the winning goal, leading the United States to a 1-0 win over Egypt and first place in Group D of the World Youth Championship.

Kennedy keeps promise of title
The sun began sinking low, and Aquinas' chances of winning a state soccer championship were slipping away as well.

Fransoso keeps setting records
Stephanie Fransoso holds every scoring record in Greenbrier history. She's one assist away from the school record. She has selected a college.

Musketeers sweeper has a lot on his mind
Richmond Academy's Markus Jackson is every bit the all-around genuinely gifted young person this world needs more of.

Goals keep senior sharp
Almost every player of the year story starts the same way. Player does something great; team, fans and coaches are amazed; nothing but smooth sailing along a dream year.

Fransoso keeps setting records
Stephanie Fransoso holds every scoring record in Greenbrier history. She's one assist away from the school record. She has selected a college.

Waters steers team to ultimate reward
Everyone saw it coming. South Aiken's boys soccer team began the year with its stable bursting with talent.

Kennedy keeps promise of title
The sun began sinking low, and Aquinas' chances of winning a state soccer championship were slipping away as well.

Dutcher keeps pep in her step
South Aiken coach Bridget Dutcher has a different sort of "Win one for the Gipper" speech.

Musketeers sweeper has a lot on his mind
Richmond Academy's Markus Jackson is every bit the all-around genuinely gifted young person this world needs more of.

Overtime
USC Aiken's baseball team finished the season ranked No. 12 in the final Collegiate Baseball Magazine Division II Top 30 coaches poll.

All area boys and girls soccer teams
The Augusta Chronicle is saluting prep soccer standouts from the area.

FireBall calm Chaos
During its perfect start, the Augusta FireBall United's defense had gotten most of the credit for the team's early success.

T-shirts helped Laney shine
Laney's Wildcats began the year with nothing. They ended it with history.

Tribe still supports Florida State use of nickname
MIAMI - The Seminole Tribe of Florida said it still backs Florida State University's use of the Seminoles nickname, just a week before the NCAA meets on the appropriateness of American Indian nicknames.

Spotlight is getting crowded for Serena
WIMBLEDON, England - There was a time, not all that long ago, when Serena Williams was the clear-cut favorite at every tournament she entered, no matter the surface, no matter the field, and no matter, frankly, how devoted she was to tennis.

Do you wahoo?

Outdoors calendar
NOTE: All the listed events are open to the public, although membership in some organizations may be required.

Outdoors calendar

Outdoors calendar
NOTE: All the listed events are open to the public, although membership in some organizations may be required.

Do you wahoo?
Rick Kelly, of Augusta, poses with a 95-pound wahoo he landed May 10, while fishing off Holden Beach, N.C., with Capt. Ryan Kelly and John Broadnax. Wahoo are among the fastest and hardest-fighting offshore sportfish and usually weigh from 15 to 40 pounds.

Do you wahoo?
Rick Kelly, of Augusta, poses with a 95-pound wahoo he landed May 10, while fishing off Holden Beach, N.C., with Capt. Ryan Kelly and John Broadnax. Wahoo are among the fastest and hardest-fighting offshore sportfish and usually weigh from 15 to 40 pounds.

Bassmaster tour signs deal to return to lake
It's taken months of lobbying - and a cash commitment from Columbia County - but a deal was sealed last week to bring ESPN and its Citgo Bassmaster pro tour back to Thurmond Lake next spring.

Bassmaster tour signs deal to return to lake
It's taken months of lobbying - and a cash commitment from Columbia County - but a deal was sealed last week to bring ESPN and its Citgo Bassmaster pro tour back to Thurmond Lake next spring.

Friends, church members pray for pastor's recovery
The Rev. Scott Ostendorf, a preacher-biker from Clearwater, is on a new journey.

Friends, church members pray for pastor's recovery
The Rev. Scott Ostendorf, a preacher-biker from Clearwater, is on a new journey.

Groups see lack of men in pews
There are no 'Men, keep out' signs above church doors, but to some men, there might as well be.

Faith calendar
The Faith Calendar lists church and temple activities. Space is limited. Deadline is noon Monday. Send to churchnews@ augustachronicle.com.

Faith digest
A 300-VOICE CHOIR of youths from the Carolinas and Georgia will perform for the Aiken Ambush at 4 p.m. today at H. Odell Weeks Activities Center, 1700 Whiskey Road in Aiken. The event is sponsored by Christ N U, a parachurch youth ministry.

Faith calendar
The Faith Calendar lists church and temple activities. Space is limited. Deadline is noon Monday. Send to churchnews@ augustachronicle.com.

Faith digest
A 300-VOICE CHOIR of youths from the Carolinas and Georgia will perform for the Aiken Ambush at 4 p.m. today at H. Odell Weeks Activities Center, 1700 Whiskey Road in Aiken. The event is sponsored by Christ N U, a parachurch youth ministry.

Insiders offer two 'instant' books on Pope Benedict
Pope Benedict XVI assumed Peter's throne April 19, leaving behind an extensive paper trail from his years as a theologian in Germany and as the Vatican's chief doctrinal overseer. The conservative Ignatius Press has issued many of his writings.

Church, neighborhood take to streets to battle crime
It has been a good year since Mount Vernon Baptist Church and its South Nellieville neighbors prayed in the streets to run drug dealers out of their community. On Wednesday, it was time to go back.

Church, neighborhood take to streets to battle crime
It has been a good year since Mount Vernon Baptist Church and its South Nellieville neighbors prayed in the streets to run drug dealers out of their community. On Wednesday, it was time to go back.

Groups see lack of men in pews
There are no 'Men, keep out' signs above church doors, but to some men, there might as well be.

Insiders offer two 'instant' books on Pope Benedict
Pope Benedict XVI assumed Peter's throne April 19, leaving behind an extensive paper trail from his years as a theologian in Germany and as the Vatican's chief doctrinal overseer. The conservative Ignatius Press has issued many of his writings.

Bassmaster tour signs deal to return to lake

Blink and you can miss best (and worst) of Open

Greatness must be noticed

TV Lookout: highlights (and lowlights) for the week

TV Lookout: highlights (and lowlights) for the week
Their "host chats" are always uncharted. Even so, Regis Philbin and Kelly Ripa are seldom at sea on their popular talk show.

TV debates: are minds ever changed?
NEW YORK - Dead at 23: CNN's "Crossfire" argued its last not long ago. Its passing was unmourned and, for the most part, unnoted.

Michael Palin up to something completely different
LOS ANGELES - Head for the hills with Michael Palin. "Himalaya" - premiering 9 p.m. Sunday, June 20 on the Travel Channel - chronicles his six-month journey over the Khyber Pass from Pakistan to Afghanistan and then into India, Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan and Burma.

Michael Palin up to something completely different

TV Lookout: highlights (and lowlights) for the week
Their "host chats" are always uncharted. Even so, Regis Philbin and Kelly Ripa are seldom at sea on their popular talk show.

Michael Palin up to something completely different
LOS ANGELES - Head for the hills with Michael Palin. "Himalaya" - premiering 9 p.m. Sunday, June 20 on the Travel Channel - chronicles his six-month journey over the Khyber Pass from Pakistan to Afghanistan and then into India, Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan and Burma.

TV debates: are minds ever changed?

TV debates: are minds ever changed?
NEW YORK - Dead at 23: CNN's "Crossfire" argued its last not long ago. Its passing was unmourned and, for the most part, unnoted.

Tom Cruise proposes to Katie Holmes at Eiffel Tower

Stevie Wonder pays for funerals for fire victims

Insiders offer two 'instant' books on Pope Benedict

Friends, church members pray for pastor's recovery

Faith calendar

Groups see lack of men in pews

Faith digest

Church, neighborhood take to streets to battle crime

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