Across the river
BASTILLE DAY: Noon Thursday; Cafe du Teau, 1855 Central Ave.; sponsored by French Women of Georgia; for reservations, call Leone Pispisa, 860-8778.

Recreation calendar
RIBBONS AND CUTS DAY: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday, Aug. 1; area barbers, beauticians to give free haircuts; donations of barrettes, ribbons, combs and brushes are needed.

Anniversaries
J. Frank and Estelle W. Stewart, of Augusta, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary June 17 with a family gathering at the home of their son and daughter-in-law in Thomson.

Anniversaries
J. Frank and Estelle W. Stewart, of Augusta, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary June 17 with a family gathering at the home of their son and daughter-in-law in Thomson.

Adult literacy information
Here are some phone numbers of area adult literacy sites:

Man will go to Las Vegas to compete in martial arts
Two-time world champion Aaron Hensley will return to Las Vegas this week to defend his title at the United Fighting Arts Federation's Chun Kuk Do International Training Conference and World Championships.

Chalk drawings decorate Nancy Carson Library
Three-year-old Blake Swanson wanted to draw an outline of his mother, Yolanda Swanson, on the sidewalk at the Nancy Carson Library on Friday.

Play is enlivened by youthful fervor
Murder's afoot at Crooked House, and it's up to Hoboken, N.J., Detective Hercules Porridge to find out whodunit.

Man will go to Las Vegas to compete in martial arts
Two-time world champion Aaron Hensley will return to Las Vegas this week to defend his title at the United Fighting Arts Federation's Chun Kuk Do International Training Conference and World Championships.

Around the block
A Caring Connections lunch will be held at 11:30 a.m. Thursday at Hitchcock Healthcare, 690 Medical Park Drive, Aiken. Representatives of the end-of-life industry, health care providers and consumer and civic organizations will be present.

Aiken Tech program scores coup
Getting national accreditation for Aiken Technical College's radiology program was the hardest thing Steve Strickland has ever done.

Church group is ready for Bolivia mission
Bobby Oliver has helped build churches for poor villagers in Bolivia many times, but this trip will be a little different.

Chalk drawings decorate Nancy Carson Library
Three-year-old Blake Swanson wanted to draw an outline of his mother, Yolanda Swanson, on the sidewalk at the Nancy Carson Library on Friday.

Breyer club allows children chance to learn about horses
The 4-H Club has formed a new group for equine lovers.

Around the block
A Caring Connections lunch will be held at 11:30 a.m. Thursday at Hitchcock Healthcare, 690 Medical Park Drive, Aiken. Representatives of the end-of-life industry, health care providers and consumer and civic organizations will be present.

Hopelands Gardens has plans to build octagonal labyrinth
A project that has been more than two years in the making is underway in Aiken.

Calendar
MUSIC IN THE PARK: 7 p.m. Thursday, Maude Edenfield Park, beside North Augusta Community Center; with Wayne Hoey; free; 442-7588.

Recreation calendar
RIBBONS AND CUTS DAY: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday, Aug. 1; area barbers, beauticians to give free haircuts; donations of barrettes, ribbons, combs and brushes are needed.

Play is enlivened by youthful fervor
Murder's afoot at Crooked House, and it's up to Hoboken, N.J., Detective Hercules Porridge to find out whodunit.

Reunions
AIKEN HIGH SCHOOL 1960: Seeking classmates for a 45-year reunion on Saturday, July 23; contact Linda Adams, 793-2191 or lindajim@bellsouth.net.

Church group is ready for Bolivia mission
Bobby Oliver has helped build churches for poor villagers in Bolivia many times, but this trip will be a little different.

Aiken Tech program scores coup
Getting national accreditation for Aiken Technical College's radiology program was the hardest thing Steve Strickland has ever done.

Reunions
AIKEN HIGH SCHOOL 1960: Seeking classmates for a 45-year reunion on Saturday, July 23; contact Linda Adams, 793-2191 or lindajim@bellsouth.net.

Hitchcock board sets sights on first executive director
The board of directors of the Hitchcock Foundation, which manages Hitchcock Woods in Aiken, is shopping for its first executive director.

Pet of the week
Bo, a 10-month-old male yellow Labrador retriever mix, is available for adoption through Molly's Militia. Adoptions are held at PETsMART in Aiken from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturdays and at PETsMART in Augusta from 4:30-7:30 p.m. Saturdays. Pets can be seen in their foster homes. For more information, visit www.mollysmilitia.org or call 279-6274 or (803) 640-2068.

Pet of the week
Bo, a 10-month-old male yellow Labrador retriever mix, is available for adoption through Molly's Militia. Adoptions are held at PETsMART in Aiken from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturdays and at PETsMART in Augusta from 4:30-7:30 p.m. Saturdays. Pets can be seen in their foster homes. For more information, visit www.mollysmilitia.org or call 279-6274 or (803) 640-2068.

Calendar
MUSIC IN THE PARK: 7 p.m. Thursday, Maude Edenfield Park, beside North Augusta Community Center; with Wayne Hoey; free; 442-7588.

Adult literacy information
Here are some phone numbers of area adult literacy sites:

Recycling locations
To raise money for burn victims, the Southeastern Firefighters Burn Foundation has recycling sites for aluminum cans at the Kmart Shopping Center in North Augusta, the Belvedere Fire Department on U.S. Highway 25, Langley Fire Department on South Carolina Highway 421, and Aiken Department of Public Safety Stations No. 2 on Silver Bluff Road and No. 3 on U.S. Highway 78.

Recycling locations
To raise money for burn victims, the Southeastern Firefighters Burn Foundation has recycling sites for aluminum cans at the Kmart Shopping Center in North Augusta, the Belvedere Fire Department on U.S. Highway 25, Langley Fire Department on South Carolina Highway 421, and Aiken Department of Public Safety Stations No. 2 on Silver Bluff Road and No. 3 on U.S. Highway 78.

Neither rain nor gas costs stop vacation postcards

Smoltz thrilled to be in Detroit
ATLANTA - Tonight being John Smoltz's seventh career All-Star Game, it would take something uniquely special to pique the veteran's excitement regarding the Midsummer Classic.

Smoltz thrilled to be in Detroit
ATLANTA - Tonight being John Smoltz's seventh career All-Star Game, it would take something uniquely special to pique the veteran's excitement regarding the Midsummer Classic.

Smoltz thrilled to be in Detroit

Castleberry expands to bring new jobs

Steeply escalating gas prices take their toll

Lowe's aims for year-end debut
NORTH AUGUSTA - By the time Santa Claus comes to town this year, a new Lowe's Home Improvement Warehouse should be here, too.

Castleberry expands to bring new jobs
After being purchased late last year, an Augusta food producer is poised for major growth.

SEC opens probe over DreamWorks report
NEW YORK - DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. on Monday warned of a loss in the second quarter, cut its full-year outlook and said federal regulators are investigating trading of its stock and its first-quarter results, sending shares tumbling more than 13 percent to a new low.

Coalition hopes "spyware" definitions lead to better control of machines
NEW YORK - Anti-spyware vendors and consumer groups took a stab at issuing uniform definitions for "spyware" and "adware" on Tuesday in hopes of giving computer users more control over their machines.

Lowe's aims for year-end debut
NORTH AUGUSTA - By the time Santa Claus comes to town this year, a new Lowe's Home Improvement Warehouse should be here, too.

Steeply escalating gas prices take their toll
CHARLESTOWN, R.I. - At the Gulf gas station off Route 1, business is booming.

Dairy industry skeptical about cloned cows
WASHINGTON - As the Food and Drug Administration considers whether to lift a voluntary ban on selling food from cloned animals, the agency is getting some resistance from an unusual source: the dairy industry.

Dairy industry skeptical about cloned cows

Toyota's president says fuel-cell tie with GM coming soon

Lowe's aims for year-end debut

Dairy industry skeptical about cloned cows
WASHINGTON - As the Food and Drug Administration considers whether to lift a voluntary ban on selling food from cloned animals, the agency is getting some resistance from an unusual source: the dairy industry.

SEC opens probe over DreamWorks report

Business Briefs
NEW YORK - A judge gave her blessing Monday to a civil suit settlement under which former WorldCom chief Bernard Ebbers will forfeit nearly all his cash and personal assets - as much as $45 million.

Augusta bank crosses river to S. Carolina
"The oldest name in Augusta banking" will soon have a fledgling sister across the river.

Business Briefs
NEW YORK - A judge gave her blessing Monday to a civil suit settlement under which former WorldCom chief Bernard Ebbers will forfeit nearly all his cash and personal assets - as much as $45 million.

Coalition hopes "spyware" definitions lead to better control of machines
NEW YORK - Anti-spyware vendors and consumer groups took a stab at issuing uniform definitions for "spyware" and "adware" on Tuesday in hopes of giving computer users more control over their machines.

SEC opens probe over DreamWorks report
NEW YORK - DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. on Monday warned of a loss in the second quarter, cut its full-year outlook and said federal regulators are investigating trading of its stock and its first-quarter results, sending shares tumbling more than 13 percent to a new low.

Coalition hopes "spyware" definitions lead to better control of machines

Toyota's president says fuel-cell tie with GM coming soon
TOKYO - Toyota's president said Monday a tie-up with U.S. rival General Motors on fuel-cell vehicles is in its final stages - but promised to do his best to beat GM and Ford.

Castleberry expands to bring new jobs
After being purchased late last year, an Augusta food producer is poised for major growth.

Business Briefs

Steeply escalating gas prices take their toll
CHARLESTOWN, R.I. - At the Gulf gas station off Route 1, business is booming.

Toyota's president says fuel-cell tie with GM coming soon
TOKYO - Toyota's president said Monday a tie-up with U.S. rival General Motors on fuel-cell vehicles is in its final stages - but promised to do his best to beat GM and Ford.

Players get involved in recruiting at event

Chocolate is sweeter if sensibly consumed
Chocolate is getting a lot of attention these days, from its heart-healthful claims (which are only for dark chocolate) and stress relief to the new film Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, starring Johnny Depp. I was wondering, then: Is there a way to make better chocolate choices and keep our waists trim?

First acknowledge it
It happens every time. After every incident of Muslim terrorism, Muslims express more concern about a potential backlash toward them than about the extremism and violence emanating from their midst.

Gitmo terrorists live large

The spirit of Churchill

Hazy situation

The spirit of Churchill
That the national media have it in for President George W. Bush is verifiable: A study of national news broadcasts during the first 100 days of the president's new term this year discovered that more than two-thirds of the stories were negative.

Gitmo terrorists live large
Last week's deadly terrorist attacks on London have refocused the civilized world's attention where it should be - on radical Islam's war against the West.

Hazy situation
One would have thought the Georgia Smokefree Air Act of 2005 couldn't have been clearer: As of July 1, if a bar or restaurant is open to minors, it must be smoke free.

It's the morality, stupid

It's the morality, stupid
The human torch seems to have lit a fire under Hollywood box office receipts. The Fantastic Four's $56 million opening weekend is being credited with perhaps halting a 19-week slide in movie attendance over last year.

First acknowledge it
It happens every time. After every incident of Muslim terrorism, Muslims express more concern about a potential backlash toward them than about the extremism and violence emanating from their midst.

The spirit of Churchill
That the national media have it in for President George W. Bush is verifiable: A study of national news broadcasts during the first 100 days of the president's new term this year discovered that more than two-thirds of the stories were negative.

First acknowledge it

Hazy situation
One would have thought the Georgia Smokefree Air Act of 2005 couldn't have been clearer: As of July 1, if a bar or restaurant is open to minors, it must be smoke free.

It's the morality, stupid
The human torch seems to have lit a fire under Hollywood box office receipts. The Fantastic Four's $56 million opening weekend is being credited with perhaps halting a 19-week slide in movie attendance over last year.

Gitmo terrorists live large
Last week's deadly terrorist attacks on London have refocused the civilized world's attention where it should be - on radical Islam's war against the West.

Doctor files slander lawsuit against Imus
NEW YORK - A doctor who once cared for sick children at Don Imus' New Mexico ranch has sued the tart-tongued radio personality for slander, claiming he made false derogatory comments about him on his "Imus in the Morning" show.

What is podcasting?
To Pod or Not to Pod: Q. What is podcasting?

Farm Aid to celebrate 20th anniversary
CHICAGO - Twenty years after Willie Nelson, John Mellencamp and Neil Young organized a daylong music festival in central Illinois to benefit cash-strapped farmers, Farm Aid is coming back to the state where it started to celebrate its anniversary.

Video Game Reviews: 'Coded Arms,' 'Dead to Rights'
You'd think video games involving battles with gun-toting hoodlums or computer-generated robot hackers would at least get the blood pumping.

Actress-singer Frances Langford dies at 92
MIAMI - Frances Langford, whose steamy rendition of "I'm in the Mood for Love" captivated soldiers when she was part of Bob Hope's USO tours during World War II, died Monday at the age of 92.

14 copies of new Potter book sold by accident
COQUITLAM, British Columbia - A handful of people in Canada got a sneak peak of the latest Harry Potter book, but a British Columbia Supreme Court judge ordered them to keep it a secret.

People in the News
ASPEN, Colo. - Friends and family of gonzo journalist Hunter S. Thompson are preparing to pepper the sky with the late writer's ashes.

Actress-singer Frances Langford dies at 92
MIAMI - Frances Langford, whose steamy rendition of "I'm in the Mood for Love" captivated soldiers when she was part of Bob Hope's USO tours during World War II, died Monday at the age of 92.

What is podcasting?
To Pod or Not to Pod: Q. What is podcasting?

Doctor files slander lawsuit against Imus
NEW YORK - A doctor who once cared for sick children at Don Imus' New Mexico ranch has sued the tart-tongued radio personality for slander, claiming he made false derogatory comments about him on his "Imus in the Morning" show.

People in the News
ASPEN, Colo. - Friends and family of gonzo journalist Hunter S. Thompson are preparing to pepper the sky with the late writer's ashes.

Financing company sues Michael Jackson
NEW YORK - A financial company specializing in asset acquisition sued Michael Jackson on Monday, saying it is owed $48 million in fees for rescuing the singer's stake in the publishing rights to songs by the Beatles.

Video Game Reviews: 'Coded Arms,' 'Dead to Rights'
You'd think video games involving battles with gun-toting hoodlums or computer-generated robot hackers would at least get the blood pumping.

Farm Aid to celebrate 20th anniversary
CHICAGO - Twenty years after Willie Nelson, John Mellencamp and Neil Young organized a daylong music festival in central Illinois to benefit cash-strapped farmers, Farm Aid is coming back to the state where it started to celebrate its anniversary.

Recipe for pineapple-cucumber gazpacho
CONCORD, N.H. - Would somebody please explain to me why we're still hearing about raw food diets?

Cookbooks offer vacation-flavor food
NEW YORK - Food has a special taste these away-from-it-all summer days - and don't for a minute think that staying home need disqualify you from the pleasure. Even if you're not "away," you can catch the flavor through cookbooks that conjure up dishes and ingredients associated with what for many of us are vacation lands.

Summer brings blueberry recipes

Cookbooks offer vacation-flavor food

Summer brings blueberry recipes
Recalling the New England summers of her childhood, food and travel writer Linda Dannenberg says, she thinks of blueberries.

Recipe for pineapple-cucumber gazpacho

Cookbooks offer vacation-flavor food
NEW YORK - Food has a special taste these away-from-it-all summer days - and don't for a minute think that staying home need disqualify you from the pleasure. Even if you're not "away," you can catch the flavor through cookbooks that conjure up dishes and ingredients associated with what for many of us are vacation lands.

Planning your travel around food? Think Barbecue U.
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. - Steven Raichlen slices open a 3-pound hunk of pork and sprinkles it liberally with Jack Daniel's and a spice rub. Then he smears on Dijon mustard and brown sugar before wrapping it all up in bacon and tying it with a string.

Recipe for pineapple-cucumber gazpacho
CONCORD, N.H. - Would somebody please explain to me why we're still hearing about raw food diets?

Summer brings blueberry recipes
Recalling the New England summers of her childhood, food and travel writer Linda Dannenberg says, she thinks of blueberries.

Augusta wastes Benavidez's blasts
After playing in Sunday's doubleheader, Julian Benavidez came back Monday and didn't feel the same.

Champions want chance to bid Nicklaus farewell
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland - It's not just fans eager to say goodbye to the greatest golfing champion in history on the most historical playing grounds. Fellow champions are queueing for their own farewells.

Area rife with historical significance
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland - Pilgrimages to this picturesque junction with the North Sea have been nearly constant since the 8th century and peaked prior to Mother Nature carving out the Old Course.

Open fans can visit Morrises' memorial

St. Andrews stifled with wave of heat

Open fans can visit Morrises' memorial
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland - The site stands out from far across the uncluttered graveyard and foundation ruins. On the eastern wall of the St. Andrews Cathedral grounds, they rest side by side.

Nicklaus' love of St. Andrews strong as ever

Area rife with historical significance

Golf Glance

Golf: Wayward drives lead to laughs

Golf: Old Gray Lady has unique style
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland - If you've never believed in love (or hate) at first sight, you've never seen the Old Gray Lady.

Golf: Old Gray Lady has unique style

Champions want chance to bid Nicklaus farewell
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland - It's not just fans eager to say goodbye to the greatest golfing champion in history on the most historical playing grounds. Fellow champions are queueing for their own farewells.

Golf Glance
Upcoming events in the world of golf:

Area rife with historical significance
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland - Pilgrimages to this picturesque junction with the North Sea have been nearly constant since the 8th century and peaked prior to Mother Nature carving out the Old Course.

St. Andrews stifled with wave of heat
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland - If ever there was an argument for global warming, this week is it.

Open fans can visit Morrises' memorial
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland - The site stands out from far across the uncluttered graveyard and foundation ruins. On the eastern wall of the St. Andrews Cathedral grounds, they rest side by side.

Golf: Wayward drives lead to laughs
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland - The first two times you chuckle. The third, fourth and fifth times are just embarrassing.

Champions want chance to bid Nicklaus farewell

Nicklaus' love of St. Andrews strong as ever
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland - The first Nicklaus family review of the Old Course wasn't flattering.

Nicklaus' love of St. Andrews strong as ever
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland - The first Nicklaus family review of the Old Course wasn't flattering.

Golf: Old Gray Lady has unique style
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland - If you've never believed in love (or hate) at first sight, you've never seen the Old Gray Lady.

Golf: Wayward drives lead to laughs
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland - The first two times you chuckle. The third, fourth and fifth times are just embarrassing.

Golf Glance
Upcoming events in the world of golf:

St. Andrews stifled with wave of heat
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland - If ever there was an argument for global warming, this week is it.

Elvis impersonator returns to coach Fox Creek

NBA draft rule postpones dreams of player

Elvis impersonator returns to coach Fox Creek
Being an Elvis impersonator suits Russell Schneider just fine.

Elvis impersonator returns to coach Fox Creek
Being an Elvis impersonator suits Russell Schneider just fine.

Southern peaches get Italian treatment
Just drive down the road and you know it's peach season in the South by the line of produce stands selling the summer fruit.

Southern peaches get Italian treatment
Just drive down the road and you know it's peach season in the South by the line of produce stands selling the summer fruit.

Southern peaches get Italian treatment

Neither rain nor gas costs stop vacation postcards
The high gas prices are certainly not discouraging your summer travels. The vacation postcards have continued to roll in.

Neither rain nor gas costs stop vacation postcards
The high gas prices are certainly not discouraging your summer travels. The vacation postcards have continued to roll in.

Investors to build shopping center on River Watch
A group of investors has announced that it will build an 800,000-square-foot open-air shopping center on a 132-acre site near the intersection of River Watch Parkway and Interstate 20.

Bank spreads across river
Georgia Bank Financial Corp. got a new name today to prepare for a venture across the river into South Carolina.

Three killed in I-20 accident
Three people are dead after an afternoon crash on Interstate 20 in Taliaferro County.

Boyles announces mayoral plan
Augusta Commission District 7 member Tommy Boyles launched his campaign for mayor today , promising to bring leadership, trust and political stability back to the city.

Explosives truck overturns on highway
Columbia County officials are awaiting the arrival of a private chemical cleanup crew to remove an overturned explosives truck on Columbia Road near Appling.

Walker's daughter pleads guilty to tax fraud
The daughter of former state Sen. Charles Walker entered a guilty plea to tax fraud this afternoon in front of a federal magistrate judge.

God-fearing leaders are needed urgently

End government extravagance
I would like to comment on your editorial titled "The price of knowledge" (July 11). This editorial seems to be stating that, sometimes, the price that our government pays to gain knowledge is much too high.Tim Bledsoe, North Augusta, S.C.

Right nomination requires leadership
Upon reading Bob Gutin's letter ("Justice must have bipartisan support," July 11), I must say that for anyone trying to learn liberal-speak, this is a textbook example.Dan Duncan, Aiken, S.C.

God-fearing leaders are needed urgently
The current political climate in the United States and its dominant Republican Party reminds me of the rich young man who kept the Ten Commandments since he was a boy.Roy Ellis, Augusta

Right nomination requires leadership

Right nomination requires leadership
Upon reading Bob Gutin's letter ("Justice must have bipartisan support," July 11), I must say that for anyone trying to learn liberal-speak, this is a textbook example.Dan Duncan, Aiken, S.C.

Mindless Dem-bashing continues
You recently wrote an editorial, "What about us, Jimmy?" (June 11) referring to President Carter "joining others on the left calling for the Bush administration to shut down the detention facility at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba." Alan Roberts, Augusta

God-fearing leaders are needed urgently
The current political climate in the United States and its dominant Republican Party reminds me of the rich young man who kept the Ten Commandments since he was a boy.Roy Ellis, Augusta

Columnist missed on Plame affair
This is regarding the July 7 column by Jay Ambrose ("Where have the truly vigilant gone?"). This is not the first time a person, journalist or just a citizen, is tossed in the jail for refusing to reveal the source or taking the Fifth.Saroja Venkatraman, Martinez

Stem-cell argument shows hypocrisy
In response to Vern J. Simon's June 2 letter to the editor, "Liberals mar stem-cell debate," what point does Mr. Simon believe he is making by criticizing someone's supposedly intellectually dishonest argument with an equally intellectually dishonest argument?Alex Thurmond, Grovetown

Journalist: Kids suffer from 'nature-deficit disorder'

Study: Drivers using cell phones more likely to crash

Seniors calendar

Protect your home from vacation thievery

Health calendar

A matter of choice

Protect your home from vacation thievery
Your family vacation needn't be a coming home party for burglars.

Study: Drivers using cell phones more likely to crash
WASHINGTON - Drivers using cellular phones are four times as likely to get into a crash that can cause injuries serious enough to send them to the hospital, said an insurance study released Tuesday.

Study: Drivers using cell phones more likely to crash
WASHINGTON - Drivers using cellular phones are four times as likely to get into a crash that can cause injuries serious enough to send them to the hospital, said an insurance study released Tuesday.

Protect your home from vacation thievery
Your family vacation needn't be a coming home party for burglars.

Journalist: Kids suffer from 'nature-deficit disorder'
NEW YORK - Lauren Showstead sends her boys outside nearly every day to play. In the summer, 5-year-old Justin and 3-year-old Brian collect bugs, pick up worms and explore nearby ponds and marshy areas. In the fall, they help rake the leaves, and in the winter, they're making snowmen and shooting down the luge track their dad made for them.

Journalist: Kids suffer from 'nature-deficit disorder'
NEW YORK - Lauren Showstead sends her boys outside nearly every day to play. In the summer, 5-year-old Justin and 3-year-old Brian collect bugs, pick up worms and explore nearby ponds and marshy areas. In the fall, they help rake the leaves, and in the winter, they're making snowmen and shooting down the luge track their dad made for them.

A matter of choice
There was a time when having a hysterectomy, the surgical removal of the uterus and sometimes the cervix, was the cure-all for women's gynecological health problems.

Health calendar
The health and fitness calendar is a listing of support groups, activities and lectures. Send information to Health Calendar, The Augusta Chronicle Newsroom, P.O. Box 1928, Augusta, GA 30903-1928.

A matter of choice
There was a time when having a hysterectomy, the surgical removal of the uterus and sometimes the cervix, was the cure-all for women's gynecological health problems.

Seniors calendar
The Seniors Calendar lists items of interest to senior citizens. Call the service agencies for information. To list your activity, write to Seniors Calendar, The Augusta Chronicle, P.O. Box 1928, Augusta, GA 30903-1928. Send a fax to 722-7403 or e-mail to feature@augustachronicle.com. Include the name and number of a contact person.

Health calendar
The health and fitness calendar is a listing of support groups, activities and lectures. Send information to Health Calendar, The Augusta Chronicle Newsroom, P.O. Box 1928, Augusta, GA 30903-1928.

Seniors calendar
The Seniors Calendar lists items of interest to senior citizens. Call the service agencies for information. To list your activity, write to Seniors Calendar, The Augusta Chronicle, P.O. Box 1928, Augusta, GA 30903-1928. Send a fax to 722-7403 or e-mail to feature@augustachronicle.com. Include the name and number of a contact person.

Leaders purchase north side property

Walker's daughter confesses to tax fraud
The daughter of former state Sen. Charles Walker entered a guilty plea Tuesday to tax fraud.

Across Georgia

Fatal accident
Fatal accidentA Georgia Department of Transportation worker inspects a Chevrolet Corvette after it was in an accident with a dump truck Tuesday afternoon at Furys Ferry and Baston roads.

Bank spreads across river

Commissioner Boyles announces mayoral bid
Augusta Commission District 7 member Tommy Boyles launched his campaign for mayor Tuesday, promising to bring leadership, trust and political stability back to the city.

Across South Carolina

Bosses eye site for new reactor
Plant Vogtle in Burke County, Ga., is emerging as the top contender among three potential sites for one of the first new nuclear reactors to be built in the United States in three decades.

Evans makes list as 32nd-best place to live

Across the area
A Bainbridge, Ga., man was in the Richmond County jail Monday night, charged with sexual battery, according to the Richmond County Sheriff's Office.

Kid of the Day

Across the Southeast
RICHMOND, Va. - The U.S. Supreme Court granted a last-minute stay of execution Monday for a man convicted of fatally stabbing the manager of a pool hall with a pair of scissors.

For Georgia farm family, the worm turns a profit

Tarver wants to fill seat
Augusta lawyer Ed Tarver announced his candidacy for the 22nd District state Senate seat Monday.

Kid of the Day
Colton Avery Watkins is today's Kid of the Day.

Kid of the Day
Orlando Brown Jr. is today's Kid of the Day.

Across South Carolina
ROCK HILL - Three men have been charged in the shooting death of a Rock Hill man who was found dead in the parking lot of a nightclub, police said Monday.

Drug case could alter rule on vehicle checks
ATLANTA - The ability of Georgia law enforcement officials to pull over and inspect commercial vehicles might hinge on a court case from Banks County involving a watermelon truck and a hidden stash of cocaine.

Tax notices are invalid, ex-chief says

Fatal accident

For Georgia farm family, the worm turns a profit
DOUGLAS, Ga. - Jack and Lucy Brantley still call the worms a gift from God.

Boyles announces mayoral plan
Augusta Commission District 7 member Tommy Boyles launched his campaign for mayor today , promising to bring leadership, trust and political stability back to the city.

Investors to build shopping center on River Watch
A group of investors has announced that it will build an 800,000-square-foot open-air shopping center on a 132-acre site near the intersection of River Watch Parkway and Interstate 20.

Bank spreads across river
Georgia Bank Financial Corp. got a new name today to prepare for a venture across the river into South Carolina.

Boogie down at the ball game

Across Georgia
ATLANTA - A handful of Georgia Department of Revenue employees were among 2,209 people filing fraudulent tax returns during the recent filing season, the agency reported.

Two blind students take victory walk
Guided by his golden retriever Max, the walk across the stage was no mean feat for William James, who overcame blindness to earn his degree and now seeks to help others succeed as well.

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Across Georgia
ATLANTA - Tropical Storms Cindy and Dennis have left behind millions of dollars in damages to homes, businesses and crops in Georgia, state officials said Tuesday.

Bosses eye site for new reactor

Across the Southeast
RALEIGH, N.C. - North Carolina would study executions for two years but not stop them under a weakened bill sent to the full House on Tuesday.

Walker's daughter confesses to tax fraud

News you can use

Two blind students take victory walk

Kid of the Day
Orlando Brown Jr. is today's Kid of the Day.

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Leaders purchase north side property
The Aiken City Council unanimously approved two resolutions Monday to purchase property on the city's north side.

Investors to build shopping center on River Watch

Boogie down at the ball game
Lake Olmstead Stadium was flooded with children from day-care centers, camps and clubs during Kids Day with the Augusta GreenJackets.

Kid of the Day

Audit shows city in good shape
Except for significant deficits in enterprise funds and weaknesses in the financial reporting system of its housing and economic development department, Augusta is in sound financial shape, according to its auditing firm.

For Georgia farm family, the worm turns a profit
DOUGLAS, Ga. - Jack and Lucy Brantley still call the worms a gift from God.

Three go to jail for crime spree
AIKEN - Jerry Bell, Brent Aiken and William Bell couldn't apologize enough Monday.

Explosives truck overturns on highway
Columbia County officials are awaiting the arrival of a private chemical cleanup crew to remove an overturned explosives truck on Columbia Road near Appling.

False alarm fines win support
Augusta's downtown business district is a step closer to having a false alarm ordinance.

Heritage group sues over flag removal
A Southern heritage group has filed a lawsuit against the Augusta Commission and former Mayor Bob Young in an effort to restore a Confederate banner to its former place on Riverwalk Augusta.

News you can use

Three killed in I-20 accident
Three people are dead after an afternoon crash on Interstate 20 in Taliaferro County.

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Across Georgia

Across the Southeast

Explosives truck overturns on highway

Three go to jail for crime spree

Garden education
Andrew Davis Tucker/StaffGarden educationAt left, Kay Mills (left), the master gardener and coordinator of volunteers for The Hydrangeas at Pendleton Volunteers, shows different kinds of hydrangeas to Susan Hester, of Augusta.

Boyles announces mayoral plan

Two blind students take victory walk
Guided by his golden retriever Max, the walk across the stage was no mean feat for William James, who overcame blindness to earn his degree and now seeks to help others succeed as well.

Across South Carolina
ROCK HILL - Three men have been charged in the shooting death of a Rock Hill man who was found dead in the parking lot of a nightclub, police said Monday.

Anti-gambling work draws skepticism
ATLANTA - A lottery-funded program designed to help compulsive gamblers must make significant steps toward showing its worth in the coming months or possibly face the budget ax, several top lawmakers said Tuesday.

Audit shows city in good shape

Across Georgia
ATLANTA - Tropical Storms Cindy and Dennis have left behind millions of dollars in damages to homes, businesses and crops in Georgia, state officials said Tuesday.

Tarver wants to fill seat

Across South Carolina
GREENVILLE - Last call at Greenville's bars and restaurants is coming a little earlier this week.

Coliseum authority looks at renovation
Members of the Augusta-Richmond County Coliseum Authority have tentative plans to give the city commission a multimillion-dollar renovation project to upgrade the aging civic center complex.

Across the area
The Columbia County school board postponed a decision on disciplinary action against school administrators at a Tuesday meeting.

Fatal accident
Fatal accidentA Georgia Department of Transportation worker inspects a Chevrolet Corvette after it was in an accident with a dump truck Tuesday afternoon at Furys Ferry and Baston roads.

Kid of the Day
Colton Avery Watkins is today's Kid of the Day.

Laundromat owner nabs burglary suspects
A Trenton, S.C., politician and businessman turned crime stopper when he thwarted a burglary at his coin laundry.

News you can use
The National Safety Council suggests the following techniques:

Man's body found in Augusta Canal
Police were called to the Augusta Canal on Tuesday evening after being told that a body was spotted floating near 13th Street next to Walton Rehabilitation Hospital.

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Across South Carolina
GREENVILLE - Last call at Greenville's bars and restaurants is coming a little earlier this week.

Heritage group sues over flag removal
A Southern heritage group has filed a lawsuit against the Augusta Commission and former Mayor Bob Young in an effort to restore a Confederate banner to its former place on Riverwalk Augusta.

Across the area
The Columbia County school board postponed a decision on disciplinary action against school administrators at a Tuesday meeting.

Walker's daughter confesses to tax fraud
The daughter of former state Sen. Charles Walker entered a guilty plea Tuesday to tax fraud.

News you can use
The National Safety Council suggests the following techniques:

Coliseum authority looks at renovation

Three killed in I-20 accident

FBI refuses to comment on visit to tire shop
CLEARWATER - U.S. Department of Energy and FBI officials confirmed Wednesday that federal agents were on the premises of a Clearwater business.

Ecology lab sends workers to job fair

Allen announces state Senate bid
Another Augusta attorney, former state Rep. Ben Allen, threw his hat into the state Senate ring Tuesday, declaring his candidacy for the 22nd District seat in front of a group of supporters.

False alarm fines win support

Tax notices are invalid, ex-chief says
Richmond County's former chief tax appraiser, Sonny Reece, says this year's property tax assessment change notices are invalid because they were not mailed to property owners in a timely manner after the tax assessors board approved the changes.

Across the Southeast
RICHMOND, Va. - The U.S. Supreme Court granted a last-minute stay of execution Monday for a man convicted of fatally stabbing the manager of a pool hall with a pair of scissors.

Ecology lab sends workers to job fair
Rosemary Forrest saw one job on Tuesday she knew she could do. Trouble is, it's at half her salary.

Across Georgia
ATLANTA - A handful of Georgia Department of Revenue employees were among 2,209 people filing fraudulent tax returns during the recent filing season, the agency reported.

Evans makes list as 32nd-best place to live
Columbia County officials might want to put up a big 32 somewhere along Washington Road in Evans.

Tarver wants to fill seat
Augusta lawyer Ed Tarver announced his candidacy for the 22nd District state Senate seat Monday.

Bosses eye site for new reactor
Plant Vogtle in Burke County, Ga., is emerging as the top contender among three potential sites for one of the first new nuclear reactors to be built in the United States in three decades.

Commissioner Boyles announces mayoral bid

Commissioner Boyles announces mayoral bid
Augusta Commission District 7 member Tommy Boyles launched his campaign for mayor Tuesday, promising to bring leadership, trust and political stability back to the city.

Heritage group sues over flag removal

Wrecked explosives truck spills chemicals
Cleanup will continue today on Columbia Road near Appling where a truck carrying explosives overturned Tuesday morning.

Allen announces state Senate bid

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Coliseum authority looks at renovation
Members of the Augusta-Richmond County Coliseum Authority have tentative plans to give the city commission a multimillion-dollar renovation project to upgrade the aging civic center complex.

Boogie down at the ball game
Lake Olmstead Stadium was flooded with children from day-care centers, camps and clubs during Kids Day with the Augusta GreenJackets.

Leaders purchase north side property
The Aiken City Council unanimously approved two resolutions Monday to purchase property on the city's north side.

Property reassessments cause tax increase
Exactly what classifies as a tax increase?

Audit shows city in good shape
Except for significant deficits in enterprise funds and weaknesses in the financial reporting system of its housing and economic development department, Augusta is in sound financial shape, according to its auditing firm.

Evans makes list as 32nd-best place to live
Columbia County officials might want to put up a big 32 somewhere along Washington Road in Evans.

False alarm fines win support
Augusta's downtown business district is a step closer to having a false alarm ordinance.

Ecology lab sends workers to job fair
Rosemary Forrest saw one job on Tuesday she knew she could do. Trouble is, it's at half her salary.

Three go to jail for crime spree
AIKEN - Jerry Bell, Brent Aiken and William Bell couldn't apologize enough Monday.

Garden education
Andrew Davis Tucker/StaffGarden educationAt left, Kay Mills (left), the master gardener and coordinator of volunteers for The Hydrangeas at Pendleton Volunteers, shows different kinds of hydrangeas to Susan Hester, of Augusta.

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Tax notices are invalid, ex-chief says
Richmond County's former chief tax appraiser, Sonny Reece, says this year's property tax assessment change notices are invalid because they were not mailed to property owners in a timely manner after the tax assessors board approved the changes.

Allen announces state Senate bid
Another Augusta attorney, former state Rep. Ben Allen, threw his hat into the state Senate ring Tuesday, declaring his candidacy for the 22nd District seat in front of a group of supporters.

Across South Carolina

Documentary looks at Mantle's life and death

Wonka's Charlie Bucket content to pass on golden ticket
LOWVILLE, N.Y. - Peter Ostrum takes off his hay-scratched cap and gloves, then walks into a classroom at Lowville Academy.

Documentary looks at Mantle's life and death
DALLAS - In telling Mickey Mantle's story, it's easy to get wrapped up in his tremendous home runs, the World Series championships he won and the anecdotes about his boozy carousing.

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Documentary looks at Mantle's life and death
DALLAS - In telling Mickey Mantle's story, it's easy to get wrapped up in his tremendous home runs, the World Series championships he won and the anecdotes about his boozy carousing.

New home-video releases

New home-video releases
Selected home-video releases:

Wonka's Charlie Bucket content to pass on golden ticket
LOWVILLE, N.Y. - Peter Ostrum takes off his hay-scratched cap and gloves, then walks into a classroom at Lowville Academy.

Wonka's Charlie Bucket content to pass on golden ticket

Lauryn Hill returns to the limelight
NEW YORK - Lauryn Hill's long freeze-out of the public is beginning to thaw.

Slim Thug aims nationwide with album
CYPRESS, Texas - Slim Thug is a Goliath on the Houston rap scene, and it has nothing to do with his 6-foot-6, 265-pound frame.

Slim Thug aims nationwide with album

Sound Bites: Music Reviews
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Willie Nelson takes reggae turn with 'Countryman'
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Willie Nelson is so prolific that sometimes even he forgets he has another record coming out.

Slim Thug aims nationwide with album
CYPRESS, Texas - Slim Thug is a Goliath on the Houston rap scene, and it has nothing to do with his 6-foot-6, 265-pound frame.

Sound Bites: Music Reviews
Oh, Thalia. You have everything going for you. You're beautiful. You've got a voice that is playful and strong. You can dance, act, and you've built a self-named business empire. You're a true performer.

Willie Nelson takes reggae turn with 'Countryman'

Sound Bites: Music Reviews

Willie Nelson takes reggae turn with 'Countryman'
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Willie Nelson is so prolific that sometimes even he forgets he has another record coming out.

Sound Bites: Music Reviews
Oh, Thalia. You have everything going for you. You're beautiful. You've got a voice that is playful and strong. You can dance, act, and you've built a self-named business empire. You're a true performer.

Sound Bites: Music Reviews

Players get involved in recruiting at event
College coaches aren't the only ones recruiting at the Peach Jam.

Players get involved in recruiting at event
College coaches aren't the only ones recruiting at the Peach Jam.

Police arrest former Bulldog

Mr. James Buford Kent    (MITCHELL, Ga.)

Deacon J.B. Brown    (WRIGHTSVILLE, Ga.)

Mr. Ira C. Brown, Jr.    (JACKSONVILLE, FL.)

Mr. James Buford Kent    (MITCHELL, Ga.)

Ms. Alice Poston Gurr    (WRIGHTSVILLE, Ga.)

Mrs. Pearlie M. Drayton    (AIKEN, S.C.)

Mrs. Ethel Mae Bell    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Miss Cordelia Ellis    (WRENS, Ga.)

Deacon J.B. Brown    (WRIGHTSVILLE, Ga.)

Mrs. Ruth I. Frederick    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Ann Marie Dabrowski    (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)

Mr. Douglas Garrett    (ORANGEBURG, S.C.)

Mrs. Betty Wall Matthews    (AIKEN, S.C.)

Mr. Harvey Hall    (SANDERSVILLE, Ga.)

Mrs. Ruby Hardin    (THOMSON, Ga.)

Mr. Raymond Grant    (KITE, Ga.)

Mrs. Ruby Hardin    (THOMSON, Ga.)

Mrs. Rosa Jackson    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Joseph Abroms, Sr.    (GROVETOWN, Ga.)

Mr. Joseph Jefferson, Jr.    (MARTINEZ, Ga.)

Mr. Ralph G. Phillips    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Miss Brittany L. Jernigan    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Ethel Mae Bell    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Erma Luke Watkins    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Charles Motin, Sr.    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Ruthie Mae Smith    (AIKEN, S.C.)

Joshua Matthew Terronez    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Ann Marie Dabrowski    (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)

Mr. Roland Arlie Redd    (EVANS, Ga.)

Mrs. Anna Marie Barmen    (JESUP, Ga.)

Mr. Riley Edward Watson    (SWAINSBORO, Ga.)

Mrs. Juliette L. Myerholtz    (WASHINGTON, Ga.)

Mr. William R. Kirkland    (ULMER, S.C.)

Thomas Vaughn Padgett, Jr.    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Charlie Jones    (WAYNESBORO, Ga.)

Mr. Willie Prince    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Riley Edward Watson    (SWAINSBORO, Ga.)

Mrs. Catherine Van Sant    (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)

Mr. Roland Arlie Redd    (EVANS, Ga.)

Mr. David A. Ward    (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)

Mr. B.R. (Bill) Tadlock    (EVANS, Ga.)

Mr. Patrick (Snook) Tyler    (AIKEN, S.C.)

Mrs. Betty Wall Matthews    (AIKEN, S.C.)

Mr. Harold Richard Lott    (BLACKVILLE, S.C.)

Mr. Bill Winn    (PLUM BRANCH, S.C.)

Mrs. Ann Marie Dabrowski    (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)

Bartavious Williams    (WARRENTON, Ga.)

Mrs. Esther Lacy Lanier    (HAWKINSVILLE, Ga.)

Mr. James Buford Kent    (MITCHELL, Ga.)

Mrs. Eva Mae Kemp    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Pearlie M. Drayton    (AIKEN, S.C.)

Mrs. June O. Moffett    (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)

Miss Cordelia Ellis    (WRENS, Ga.)

Thomas Vaughn Padgett, Jr.    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Ruth I. Frederick    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Ralph G. Phillips    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Douglas Garrett    (ORANGEBURG, S.C.)

Mr. Harold Richard Lott    (BLACKVILLE, S.C.)

Mr. Raymond Grant    (KITE, Ga.)

Miss Cordelia Ann Ellis    (WRENS, Ga.)

Mr. Harvey Hall    (SANDERSVILLE, Ga.)

Mr. Ira C. Brown, Jr.    (JACKSONVILLE, FL.)

Mrs. Rosa Jackson    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Claude Campbell    (CENTENNIAL COMMUNITY, Ga.)

Mr. Joseph Jefferson, Jr.    (MARTINEZ, Ga.)

Mrs. Lutrica Evans    (SYLVANIA, Ga.)

Miss Brittany L. Jernigan    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Charlie Jones    (WAYNESBORO, Ga.)

Mrs. Erma Luke Watkins    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Esther Lacy Lanier    (HAWKINSVILLE, Ga.)

Mrs. Ruthie Mae Smith    (AIKEN, S.C.)

Mr. William R. Kirkland    (ULMER, S.C.)

Mrs. Ann Marie Dabrowski    (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)

Mrs. Rosa Jackson    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Anna Marie Barmen    (JESUP, Ga.)

Mrs. Lutrica Evans    (SYLVANIA, Ga.)

Mrs. Juliette L. Myerholtz    (WASHINGTON, Ga.)

Mr. Claude Campbell    (CENTENNIAL COMMUNITY, Ga.)

Thomas Vaughn Padgett, Jr.    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. James Buford Kent    (MITCHELL, Ga.)

Mr. Willie Prince    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Miss Cordelia Ann Ellis    (WRENS, Ga.)

Mrs. Catherine Van Sant    (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)

Mr. Patrick (Snook) Tyler    (AIKEN, S.C.)

Mr. David A. Ward    (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)

Mr. Joseph Abroms, Sr.    (GROVETOWN, Ga.)

Bartavious Williams    (WARRENTON, Ga.)

Mr. B.R. (Bill) Tadlock    (EVANS, Ga.)

Mr. Bill Winn    (PLUM BRANCH, S.C.)

Joshua Matthew Terronez    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Patrick (Snook) Tyler    (AIKEN, S.C.)

Ms. Alice Poston Gurr    (WRIGHTSVILLE, Ga.)

Thomas Vaughn Padgett, Jr.    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Joseph Abroms, Sr.    (GROVETOWN, Ga.)

Mrs. Eva Mae Kemp    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Charles Motin, Sr.    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Patrick (Snook) Tyler    (AIKEN, S.C.)

Mr. Joseph Abroms, Sr.    (GROVETOWN, Ga.)

Mrs. June O. Moffett    (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)

Miss Brittany L. Jernigan (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Catherine Van Sant (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)

Mr. James Buford Kent (MITCHELL, Ga.)

Mr. Joseph Abroms, Sr. (GROVETOWN, Ga.)

Mr. Willie Prince (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Harold Richard Lott (BLACKVILLE, S.C.)

Mrs. Ruthie Mae Smith (AIKEN, S.C.)

Mrs. Esther Lacy Lanier (HAWKINSVILLE, Ga.)

Mrs. Pearlie M. Drayton (AIKEN, S.C.)

Thomas Vaughn Padgett, Jr. (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. William R. Kirkland (ULMER, S.C.)

Mr. Ira C. Brown, Jr. (JACKSONVILLE, FL.)

Mr. David A. Ward (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)

Mr. Patrick (Snook) Tyler (AIKEN, S.C.)

Miss Cordelia Ellis (WRENS, Ga.)

Mr. Charlie Jones (WAYNESBORO, Ga.)

Mr. Harvey Hall (SANDERSVILLE, Ga.)

Mrs. June O. Moffett (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)

Mr. Raymond Grant (KITE, Ga.)

Mr. Claude Campbell (CENTENNIAL COMMUNITY, Ga.)

Mr. Bill Winn (PLUM BRANCH, S.C.)

Mr. Riley Edward Watson (SWAINSBORO, Ga.)

Mrs. Ethel Mae Bell (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Betty Wall Matthews (AIKEN, S.C.)

Mr. James Buford Kent (MITCHELL, Ga.)

Mrs. Ann Marie Dabrowski (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)

Mr. Joseph Abroms, Sr. (GROVETOWN, Ga.)

Mr. Douglas Garrett (ORANGEBURG, S.C.)

Mrs. Rosa Jackson (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Joshua Matthew Terronez (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Bartavious Williams (WARRENTON, Ga.)

Mr. Ralph G. Phillips (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Erma Luke Watkins (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Lutrica Evans (SYLVANIA, Ga.)

Mr. Joseph Jefferson, Jr. (MARTINEZ, Ga.)

Mrs. Ann Marie Dabrowski (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)

Mr. Patrick (Snook) Tyler (AIKEN, S.C.)

Mrs. Eva Mae Kemp (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Ruth I. Frederick (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Roland Arlie Redd (EVANS, Ga.)

Thomas Vaughn Padgett, Jr. (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Ms. Alice Poston Gurr (WRIGHTSVILLE, Ga.)

Mrs. Anna Marie Barmen (JESUP, Ga.)

Miss Cordelia Ann Ellis (WRENS, Ga.)

Deacon J.B. Brown (WRIGHTSVILLE, Ga.)

Mrs. Ruby Hardin (THOMSON, Ga.)

Mr. Charles Motin, Sr. (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. B.R. (Bill) Tadlock (EVANS, Ga.)

Mrs. Juliette L. Myerholtz (WASHINGTON, Ga.)

Soccer: FireBall will honor troops at game

Overtime

Pacers' Alexander enjoying first event

Overtime

Overtime
Spots are still open in the field for the Augusta City Amateur, which starts Friday at Forest Hills Golf Club.

Pacers' Alexander enjoying first event
Vince Alexander feels like a child at a carnival.

Soccer: FireBall will honor troops at game
Throughout their inaugural season in the Premier Develop-ment League, the Augusta Fire-Ball have received more support than they ever could have anticipated.

Pacers' Alexander enjoying first event
Vince Alexander feels like a child at a carnival.

Soccer: FireBall will honor troops at game
Throughout their inaugural season in the Premier Develop-ment League, the Augusta Fire-Ball have received more support than they ever could have anticipated.

Overtime
Spots are still open in the field for the Augusta City Amateur, which starts Friday at Forest Hills Golf Club.

Overtime
In Palo Alto, Calif., Division II Player of the Year Dane Burkhart and USC Aiken coach Michael Carlisle will lead the American squad into the 30th annual Fuji Xerox USA vs. Japan Collegiate Championship beginning today.

Overtime
In Palo Alto, Calif., Division II Player of the Year Dane Burkhart and USC Aiken coach Michael Carlisle will lead the American squad into the 30th annual Fuji Xerox USA vs. Japan Collegiate Championship beginning today.

NBA draft rule postpones dreams of player
Brandan Wright said he wanted to make the "jump."

NBA draft rule postpones dreams of player
Brandan Wright said he wanted to make the "jump."

Police arrest former Bulldog
Miami Dolphins tight end Randy McMichael was arrested on two misdemeanor charges in Columbia County after witnesses told police he gave his wife a bloody nose.

Police arrest former Bulldog
Miami Dolphins tight end Randy McMichael was arrested on two misdemeanor charges in Columbia County after witnesses told police he gave his wife a bloody nose.

Justice O'Connor joined confusing Ten Commandments ruling
On her last Supreme Court decision day before resigning, Justice Sandra Day O'Connor opposed Ten Commandments displays outside the Texas Capitol and inside Kentucky courthouses, saying they violated church-state separation. Court majorities agreed with her regarding Kentucky but let the Texas monument remain.

Pope arrives in Italian Alps for summer vacation
LES COMBES, Italy - Pope Benedict XVI flew to the Italian Alps on Monday for a summer vacation in the same spot favored by his predecessor, John Paul II.

Pope arrives in Italian Alps for summer vacation
LES COMBES, Italy - Pope Benedict XVI flew to the Italian Alps on Monday for a summer vacation in the same spot favored by his predecessor, John Paul II.

Justice O'Connor joined confusing Ten Commandments ruling
On her last Supreme Court decision day before resigning, Justice Sandra Day O'Connor opposed Ten Commandments displays outside the Texas Capitol and inside Kentucky courthouses, saying they violated church-state separation. Court majorities agreed with her regarding Kentucky but let the Texas monument remain.

CBS to expand Web news
NEW YORK - CBS News is aggressively expanding its Internet capabilities to offer a 24-hour news network with a "video jukebox" that allows consumers to construct their own online newscasts, the network announced Tuesday.

People in the News

Actress-singer Frances Langford dies at 92

Farm Aid to celebrate 20th anniversary

Video Game Reviews: 'Coded Arms,' 'Dead to Rights'

Doctor files slander lawsuit against Imus

What is podcasting?

Xtreme calendar
SCORE! The Augusta Fireball Soccer team, a team made up of under-23 Division 1 collegiate soccer players, will play against the Raleigh CASL Elite at Patriots Park, 5445 Columbia Road at 7 p.m. Tickets are $8 for adults, $4 for students and free for those 6 and younger.

Acting up
Long after the bells for school stop ringing and high school auditoriums are closed for summer break, those involved in community theater groups, such as the Aiken Community Playhouse Youth Wing, act on.

With high school nearly over, it's wise to make most of time

Audio best

Question of the week
Q: Have you ever gone off unchaperoned on an out-of-town trip?

Acting up
Long after the bells for school stop ringing and high school auditoriums are closed for summer break, those involved in community theater groups, such as the Aiken Community Playhouse Youth Wing, act on.

Xtreme calendar

Artist's Corner
THE FACTS: Sam Menard, 13, a home-schooled eighth-grader.

Artist's Corner
THE FACTS: Sam Menard, 13, a home-schooled eighth-grader.

Acting up

With high school nearly over, it's wise to make most of time
At the last pep rally of this past school year, my junior year, I watched as my school's seniors enthusiastically cheered the prospect of graduating. I remembered thinking to myself, "Wow, these kids sure are happy about leaving high school." I could not help but wonder whether my reaction would be the same.

Artist's Corner

Girl should put focus on present, not past
THIS WEEK'S PROBLEM: I recently got a new boyfriend, and he is everything I could ever want, but that's just it: We've been dating for only a month, and it seems too good to be true. He has done everything right that I could ever imagine, until recently.

Xtreme calendar
SCORE! The Augusta Fireball Soccer team, a team made up of under-23 Division 1 collegiate soccer players, will play against the Raleigh CASL Elite at Patriots Park, 5445 Columbia Road at 7 p.m. Tickets are $8 for adults, $4 for students and free for those 6 and younger.

Alternative fuel sources could relieve gas troubles
As I read in the newspaper that gasoline prices are expected to hit $3 a gallon by next year, I'm thankful I drive a Ford Focus with an energy-efficient four-cylinder engine.

Alternative fuel sources could relieve gas troubles
As I read in the newspaper that gasoline prices are expected to hit $3 a gallon by next year, I'm thankful I drive a Ford Focus with an energy-efficient four-cylinder engine.

Girl should put focus on present, not past

With high school nearly over, it's wise to make most of time
At the last pep rally of this past school year, my junior year, I watched as my school's seniors enthusiastically cheered the prospect of graduating. I remembered thinking to myself, "Wow, these kids sure are happy about leaving high school." I could not help but wonder whether my reaction would be the same.

Alternative fuel sources could relieve gas troubles

Audio best
Weekly charts for the best-selling recorded music as appearing next week's Billboard magazine. Reprinted with permission. (Platinum signifies more than 1 million copies sold; Gold signifies more than 500,000 copies sold.):

Question of the week

Girl should put focus on present, not past
THIS WEEK'S PROBLEM: I recently got a new boyfriend, and he is everything I could ever want, but that's just it: We've been dating for only a month, and it seems too good to be true. He has done everything right that I could ever imagine, until recently.

Audio best
Weekly charts for the best-selling recorded music as appearing next week's Billboard magazine. Reprinted with permission. (Platinum signifies more than 1 million copies sold; Gold signifies more than 500,000 copies sold.):

Question of the week

Aiken Tech program scores coup

Around the block

Church group is ready for Bolivia mission

Anniversaries

Chalk drawings decorate Nancy Carson Library

Play is enlivened by youthful fervor

Recreation calendar

Recycling locations

Reunions

Calendar

Pet of the week

Adult literacy information

Man will go to Las Vegas to compete in martial arts

Justice O'Connor joined confusing Ten Commandments ruling

Pope arrives in Italian Alps for summer vacation

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