New 'Godfather' novel expected next year

New 'Godfather' novel expected next year
Mark Winegardner, who wrote the 2004 best seller, "The Godfather Returns," which was authorized by the late Mario Puzo's estate, is now working on a novel that works in the assassination of President Kennedy.

New 'Godfather' novel expected next year
Mark Winegardner, who wrote the 2004 best seller, "The Godfather Returns," which was authorized by the late Mario Puzo's estate, is now working on a novel that works in the assassination of President Kennedy.

Iconic 'Autumn Moon' arrives for repeat performance
YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK, Calif. - As the moon rose in the evening sky, a crowd gathered at Glacier Point to relive an iconic scene captured by photographer Ansel Adams more than 50 years ago.

Iconic 'Autumn Moon' arrives for repeat performance
YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK, Calif. - As the moon rose in the evening sky, a crowd gathered at Glacier Point to relive an iconic scene captured by photographer Ansel Adams more than 50 years ago.

Iconic 'Autumn Moon' arrives for repeat performance

Cubs top Cardinals, 5-3
CHICAGO - The St. Louis Cardinals' wait to celebrate continues. One day after clinching their fourth NL Central division title in six years, the Cardinals kept the champagne corked again Friday after losing 5-3 to the Chicago Cubs.

Cubs top Cardinals, 5-3

Cubs top Cardinals, 5-3
CHICAGO - The St. Louis Cardinals' wait to celebrate continues. One day after clinching their fourth NL Central division title in six years, the Cardinals kept the champagne corked again Friday after losing 5-3 to the Chicago Cubs.

Nationals slide by Mets, 6-5 in 10 innings
NEW YORK - Preston Wilson laughed as the rookies on the Washington Nationals, enduring one of baseball's traditional hazing rituals, donned women's dresses before leaving Shea Stadium.

Nationals slide by Mets, 6-5 in 10 innings

Nationals slide by Mets, 6-5 in 10 innings
NEW YORK - Preston Wilson laughed as the rookies on the Washington Nationals, enduring one of baseball's traditional hazing rituals, donned women's dresses before leaving Shea Stadium.

It isn't heaven without best friend

Pedro outduels Smoltz again
NEW YORK - By most critical accounts, the best Rocky films are the original and the the fourth.

Atlanta hurler accepts his fate
NEW YORK - Retirement never crossed Mike Hampton's mind this week. But the rough road of rehab ahead certainly has, the Atlanta starter said Friday afternoon at Shea Stadium.

Pedro outduels Smoltz again
NEW YORK - By most critical accounts, the best Rocky films are the original and the the fourth.

Tommy John surgery looms for Hampton

Tommy John surgery looms for Hampton
PHILADELPHIA - An evaluation in New York on Thursday confirmed that Mike Hampton's forearm tightness is directly related to a faulty elbow ligament.

Atlanta hurler accepts his fate
NEW YORK - Retirement never crossed Mike Hampton's mind this week. But the rough road of rehab ahead certainly has, the Atlanta starter said Friday afternoon at Shea Stadium.

Braves avoids sweep with win
PHILADELPHIA - Chipper Jones called it short, sweet and productive.

Braves avoids sweep with win

Braves avoids sweep with win
PHILADELPHIA - Chipper Jones called it short, sweet and productive.

Pedro outduels Smoltz again

Tommy John surgery looms for Hampton
PHILADELPHIA - An evaluation in New York on Thursday confirmed that Mike Hampton's forearm tightness is directly related to a faulty elbow ligament.

Atlanta hurler accepts his fate

OPEC may raise production
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates - Faced with increasing international pressure to lower oil prices, OPEC ministers gathering in Vienna, Austria, this weekend will attempt to convince consumers they are doing all they can to keep the market well-supplied and prices stable.

Hydrogen attracts Toyota
AIKEN - Toyota Motor Corp. is investing $1 million in Savannah River National Laboratory to conduct hydrogen research, officials announced Thursday.

Stocks nearly still as investors wait

Hydrogen attracts Toyota
AIKEN - Toyota Motor Corp. is investing $1 million in Savannah River National Laboratory to conduct hydrogen research, officials announced Thursday.

Katrina's costs will just swell government borrowing
WASHINGTON - How much it will cost to clear the debris, detoxify the water, house the homeless and rebuild New Orleans and the Gulf Coast after the Katrina catastrophe is still anyone's guess, but it's clear who's going to pay for most of it: Future generations.

Market climbs after upgrades

President search is narrowed
The Augusta Metro Chamber of Commerce is down to a "short list" of candidates for president, and the organization's chairman said a decision should be made in four to six weeks.

Stocks nearly still as investors wait
NEW YORK - Stocks barely moved Thursday as investors wondered whether a welter of weak economic data would end the Federal Reserve's yearlong streak of interest rate increase.

USDA plan would close farm service offices
WASHINGTON - More than a quarter of the nation's Farm Service Agency offices would close under a plan by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Hydrogen attracts Toyota

USDA plan would close farm service offices
WASHINGTON - More than a quarter of the nation's Farm Service Agency offices would close under a plan by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Authority backing aids tissue plant

Market climbs after upgrades
NEW YORK - Stocks gained Friday, narrowing the week's losses as the energy and basic materials sectors improved and Dow components Exxon Mobil Corp. and Intel Corp. climbed on upgrades.

OPEC may raise production

Rivals may copy United's strategy
CHICAGO - Costly, contentious and twice as long as expected, United Airlines' bankruptcy restructuring seems an unlikely role model for Delta Air Lines Inc. and Northwest Airlines Corp. as they begin their overhauls in Chapter 11.

Katrina's costs will just swell government borrowing

USDA plan would close farm service offices

OPEC may raise production
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates - Faced with increasing international pressure to lower oil prices, OPEC ministers gathering in Vienna, Austria, this weekend will attempt to convince consumers they are doing all they can to keep the market well-supplied and prices stable.

Stocks nearly still as investors wait
NEW YORK - Stocks barely moved Thursday as investors wondered whether a welter of weak economic data would end the Federal Reserve's yearlong streak of interest rate increase.

Market climbs after upgrades
NEW YORK - Stocks gained Friday, narrowing the week's losses as the energy and basic materials sectors improved and Dow components Exxon Mobil Corp. and Intel Corp. climbed on upgrades.

Authority backing aids tissue plant
Business officials kicked off a funding plan to bring 200 jobs and a new tissue paper manufacturer to south Augusta at Thursday's meeting of the Development Authority of Richmond County.

Rivals may copy United's strategy
CHICAGO - Costly, contentious and twice as long as expected, United Airlines' bankruptcy restructuring seems an unlikely role model for Delta Air Lines Inc. and Northwest Airlines Corp. as they begin their overhauls in Chapter 11.

'The Ethics Guy' shares principles
A friend asks you if you like the new dress she has just purchased. You think it looks horrible, but you don't want to hurt her feelings. Would you ...

Katrina's costs will just swell government borrowing
WASHINGTON - How much it will cost to clear the debris, detoxify the water, house the homeless and rebuild New Orleans and the Gulf Coast after the Katrina catastrophe is still anyone's guess, but it's clear who's going to pay for most of it: Future generations.

'The Ethics Guy' shares principles
A friend asks you if you like the new dress she has just purchased. You think it looks horrible, but you don't want to hurt her feelings. Would you ...

President search is narrowed
The Augusta Metro Chamber of Commerce is down to a "short list" of candidates for president, and the organization's chairman said a decision should be made in four to six weeks.

Rivals may copy United's strategy

Authority backing aids tissue plant
Business officials kicked off a funding plan to bring 200 jobs and a new tissue paper manufacturer to south Augusta at Thursday's meeting of the Development Authority of Richmond County.

President search is narrowed

'The Ethics Guy' shares principles

Warning: Clemson's "Mad Scientist" at work

Warning: Clemson's "Mad Scientist" at work
CLEMSON, S.C. - Clemson's Rob Spence begrudgingly nods and smiles when the nickname "Mad Scientist" comes up.

Warning: Clemson's "Mad Scientist" at work
CLEMSON, S.C. - Clemson's Rob Spence begrudgingly nods and smiles when the nickname "Mad Scientist" comes up.

Meyer, Gators try to measure up against Vols
GAINESVILLE, Fla. - Urban Meyer won several key games at Bowling Green and Utah, beating rivals, ranked teams and bowl opponents.

Auburn seeking right offensive mix
AUBURN, Ala. - First, Auburn passed too much. Then, the Tigers ran too much.

Blue Devils need to get offense turned around

Blue Devils need to get offense turned around
DURHAM, N.C. - Duke's offensive output against Virginia Tech was downright pathetic, the worst in recorded school history. A grand total of 35 yards on 53 plays. Ten punts. Two fumbles and an interception.

Auburn seeking right offensive mix

Meyer to receive rivalry baptism
Florida coach Urban Meyer is still feeling his way around the Southeastern Conference when it comes to gauging the Gators' biggest rivals. He has a pretty good idea, but until he begins to experience them for his own, he'll remain a little unsure.

Blue Devils need to get offense turned around
DURHAM, N.C. - Duke's offensive output against Virginia Tech was downright pathetic, the worst in recorded school history. A grand total of 35 yards on 53 plays. Ten punts. Two fumbles and an interception.

Meyer to receive rivalry baptism

Auburn seeking right offensive mix
AUBURN, Ala. - First, Auburn passed too much. Then, the Tigers ran too much.

Meyer to receive rivalry baptism
Florida coach Urban Meyer is still feeling his way around the Southeastern Conference when it comes to gauging the Gators' biggest rivals. He has a pretty good idea, but until he begins to experience them for his own, he'll remain a little unsure.

Correction
Thursday's editorial, "Pickups worth the cost," should have said two Augusta Commission committees voted unanimously to raise fees to continue twice-weekly trash pickups and that the full commission is expected to approve the measure Sept. 20. The Chronicle regrets the error.

Paying the price
It's been said that white collar crime isn't as serious as violent crime because white collar criminals don't hurt anybody.

Science to Go!
Like other school systems across the nation, those in our two state area are being forced to cut back on field trips as a way to deal with budget-busting soaring gas prices.

Aiken on course
"Steady as she goes," appears to be the message Aiken voters sent to their city council in Tuesday's GOP primary.

Paying the price

A 'soldier's peace'

Correction

Aiken on course

Paying the price
It's been said that white collar crime isn't as serious as violent crime because white collar criminals don't hurt anybody.

A 'soldier's peace'
It's official now. The last Israeli troops pulled out of the Gaza Strip Monday, marking the end of the Jewish state's 38-year presence there.

Science to Go!
Like other school systems across the nation, those in our two state area are being forced to cut back on field trips as a way to deal with budget-busting soaring gas prices.

Aiken on course
"Steady as she goes," appears to be the message Aiken voters sent to their city council in Tuesday's GOP primary.

A 'soldier's peace'
It's official now. The last Israeli troops pulled out of the Gaza Strip Monday, marking the end of the Jewish state's 38-year presence there.

Science to Go!

People in the News
NEW YORK - Angelina Jolie, the tattooed actress and U.N. goodwill ambassador, is the new face of luxury apparel label St. John.

People in the News
NEW YORK - Britney Spears, who sang "I'm not a girl, not yet a woman," is now a mother - and she's "ecstatic" about it.

Renee Zellweger and Kenny Chesney split
NEW YORK - Renee Zellweger, who has filed for an annulment from husband Kenny Chesney after just four months of marriage, says the couple "hope to experience this transition as privately as possible."

People in the News
NEW YORK - Angelina Jolie, the tattooed actress and U.N. goodwill ambassador, is the new face of luxury apparel label St. John.

Jackson announces performers for Katrina benefit song
LOS ANGELES - Michael Jackson's publicist says eight performers so far have agreed to join a song to benefit Hurricane Katrina victims.

People in the News
NEW YORK - Britney Spears, who sang "I'm not a girl, not yet a woman," is now a mother - and she's "ecstatic" about it.

Renee Zellweger and Kenny Chesney split
NEW YORK - Renee Zellweger, who has filed for an annulment from husband Kenny Chesney after just four months of marriage, says the couple "hope to experience this transition as privately as possible."

Jackson announces performers for Katrina benefit song
LOS ANGELES - Michael Jackson's publicist says eight performers so far have agreed to join a song to benefit Hurricane Katrina victims.

Entertainers must remember to do their job, not bum us out
Am I the only one who thinks that the aftermath of Katrina is dour enough without the entertainment industry's adding to the angst?

Entertainers must remember to do their job, not bum us out
Am I the only one who thinks that the aftermath of Katrina is dour enough without the entertainment industry's adding to the angst?

Investing overseas could help your portfolio
NEW YORK - While U.S. indexes dully waver within a minuscule range, overseas markets are on fire.

Investing overseas could help your portfolio

Report: Cable broadband prices jump, while DSL declines

Mortgages rise for the first time in five weeks
WASHINGTON - Rates on 30-year mortgages rose for the first time in five weeks as investors awaited word from next week's meeting of the Federal Reserve on the future direction of mortgage rates.

Report: Cable broadband prices jump, while DSL declines
NEW YORK - The price gap between cable broadband service and phone carriers' digital subscriber lines widened to an all-time high in August, according to a survey by SG Cowen.

Mortgages rise for the first time in five weeks
WASHINGTON - Rates on 30-year mortgages rose for the first time in five weeks as investors awaited word from next week's meeting of the Federal Reserve on the future direction of mortgage rates.

Investing overseas could help your portfolio
NEW YORK - While U.S. indexes dully waver within a minuscule range, overseas markets are on fire.

Mortgages rise for the first time in five weeks

Report: Cable broadband prices jump, while DSL declines
NEW YORK - The price gap between cable broadband service and phone carriers' digital subscriber lines widened to an all-time high in August, according to a survey by SG Cowen.

Early-morning anglers foiled
Fishing is mostly about having fun, but on occasion it can be frustrating as well, as local anglers learned to their dismay Thursday on Strom Thurmond Lake.

Fishing Tournaments
Sponsoring a bass, crappie, catfish or other fishing tournament? Mail or fax your flyer or information to Fishing Editor, The Augusta Chronicle, P.O. Box 1928, Augusta, Ga. 30903-1928. Fax number: (706) 823-3408. Tournament reports must include first and last names of the participants, total numbers of fish and total weight of the catch.

Fishing Tournaments

Early-morning anglers foiled
Fishing is mostly about having fun, but on occasion it can be frustrating as well, as local anglers learned to their dismay Thursday on Strom Thurmond Lake.

Fishing Tournaments
Sponsoring a bass, crappie, catfish or other fishing tournament? Mail or fax your flyer or information to Fishing Editor, The Augusta Chronicle, P.O. Box 1928, Augusta, Ga. 30903-1928. Fax number: (706) 823-3408. Tournament reports must include first and last names of the participants, total numbers of fish and total weight of the catch.

Early-morning anglers foiled

Correct choice of trees vital for later enjoyment

Correct choice of trees vital for later enjoyment
As I have mentioned in this column, fall is an excellent time to plant woody ornamentals, particularly shade trees, but selecting the right tree is a challenge for many. Trees are planted for the long term, so correct selection is critical for success.

Correct choice of trees vital for later enjoyment
As I have mentioned in this column, fall is an excellent time to plant woody ornamentals, particularly shade trees, but selecting the right tree is a challenge for many. Trees are planted for the long term, so correct selection is critical for success.

Swap is savvy way to build garden
If baseball card collectors can get together to trade their mint condition Chipper Joneses for Jason Giambis, why shouldn't gardeners be able to do the same?

Swap is savvy way to build garden
If baseball card collectors can get together to trade their mint condition Chipper Joneses for Jason Giambis, why shouldn't gardeners be able to do the same?

Swap is savvy way to build garden

Ga. Tech looks to beef up running game
ATLANTA - P.J. Daniels is on his way to another 1,000-yard season for Georgia Tech.

Ga. Tech looks to beef up running game
ATLANTA - P.J. Daniels is on his way to another 1,000-yard season for Georgia Tech.

Ga. Tech looks to beef up running game

Micheel slides back into tie at 84 Lumber Classic
FARMINGTON, Pa. - With three holes to play and a long run of below-par holes behind him, Shaun Micheel must have had that magic number - 59 - in mind Thursday at the 84 Classic Lumber Classic.

Gilder matches tourney, course record
HUNT VALLEY, Md. - Bob Gilder tied the tournament and course record with an 8-under 64 Friday for a two-stroke lead after the opening round of the Constellation Energy Classic.

Gilder matches tourney, course record
HUNT VALLEY, Md. - Bob Gilder tied the tournament and course record with an 8-under 64 Friday for a two-stroke lead after the opening round of the Constellation Energy Classic.

Gilder matches tourney, course record

Micheel slides back into tie at 84 Lumber Classic
FARMINGTON, Pa. - With three holes to play and a long run of below-par holes behind him, Shaun Micheel must have had that magic number - 59 - in mind Thursday at the 84 Classic Lumber Classic.

Micheel slides back into tie at 84 Lumber Classic

Key Matchups

Coaches Confidential

Young, Spartans rush past 'Dogs

Fuller's big plays lead to victory

Player of the Week: Reggie Rice

Bulldogs run wild over Musketeers

Patriots' heart not enough for victory

Friday night prep football scores

Warriors keep unbeaten record

Strong and silent type

Curtis Baptist content with getting onto field

Wildcats' big rally results in region win

Radio Schedule

Bulldogs grind out win vs. Razorbacks

Big mistakes keep Hornets on the ground

Week 5 Games

Lincoln County in the victory column

Late scare can't beat Wolfpack

Key Matchups
LAST WEEK: Strom Thurmond defeated Laney, 34-14; South Aiken beat Lower Richland, 29-0

Lincoln County in the victory column
LINCOLNTON, Ga. - Not since coach Lewis Surls' Lincoln County team went 0-10 in 1954 had the Red Devils began a season with four consecutive losses.

Bulldogs grind out win vs. Razorbacks
THOMSON - Cross Creek had too much ground to make up in the end against Thomson.

Key Matchups
LAST WEEK: Strom Thurmond defeated Laney, 34-14; South Aiken beat Lower Richland, 29-0

Player of the Week: Reggie Rice
SCHOOL: Greenbrier

Radio Schedule
- 7:05 p.m.-Brentwood at Thomas Jefferson (WPEH-FM 92.1)

Player of the Week: Reggie Rice
SCHOOL: Greenbrier

Coaches Confidential
A total of 34 area coaches were polled over the summer across a variety of football topics.

Young, Spartans rush past 'Dogs
Ricky Young ran for 114 yards on 16 carries, and Glenn Hills held Butler in check in the second half, claiming a 21-6 victory Friday at Bulldog Stadium in the Region 3-AAA North opener for both teams.

Lincoln County in the victory column
LINCOLNTON, Ga. - Not since coach Lewis Surls' Lincoln County team went 0-10 in 1954 had the Red Devils began a season with four consecutive losses.

Friday night prep football scores
Georgia

Bulldogs grind out win vs. Razorbacks
THOMSON - Cross Creek had too much ground to make up in the end against Thomson.

Curtis Baptist content with getting onto field
Let every other school worry about its win-loss record. Curtis Baptist is stoked to have a record.

Warriors keep unbeaten record
LOUISVILLE, Ga. - Shooting fireworks after the homecoming game has become tradition at Jefferson County.

Strong and silent type
Strom Thurmond football coach Lee Sawyer begins every game making an excuse for one of his best players.

Young, Spartans rush past 'Dogs
Ricky Young ran for 114 yards on 16 carries, and Glenn Hills held Butler in check in the second half, claiming a 21-6 victory Friday at Bulldog Stadium in the Region 3-AAA North opener for both teams.

Warriors keep unbeaten record
LOUISVILLE, Ga. - Shooting fireworks after the homecoming game has become tradition at Jefferson County.

Fuller's big plays lead to victory
AIKEN - It was another Strom Thurmond game where a quarterback stole the show with his feet. Except this time it wasn't Coco Hillary.

Patriots' heart not enough for victory
GREENSBORO, Ga. - On orders from his wife's doctors, Gerald Barnes returned to his coaching post for the evening.

Late scare can't beat Wolfpack
Greenbrier hung on after a last minute offensive strike from Evans on Friday night to escape from Blanchard Stadium with a 16-9 win.

Big mistakes keep Hornets on the ground
COLUMBIA - Aiken head coach Carey Johnson had been preaching after his team's first three wins that the Hornets would have to cut down on turnovers and penalties if they were to continue their success.

Bulldogs run wild over Musketeers
When Richmond Academy coach Jamie Echols looked at the tape from last week's loss and saw the amount of yards the interior of his defense gave up, he thought it was something Benedictine had done.

Wildcats' big rally results in region win
LANEY 36, Monticello 26

Big mistakes keep Hornets on the ground
COLUMBIA - Aiken head coach Carey Johnson had been preaching after his team's first three wins that the Hornets would have to cut down on turnovers and penalties if they were to continue their success.

Strong and silent type
Strom Thurmond football coach Lee Sawyer begins every game making an excuse for one of his best players.

Patriots' heart not enough for victory
GREENSBORO, Ga. - On orders from his wife's doctors, Gerald Barnes returned to his coaching post for the evening.

Coaches Confidential
A total of 34 area coaches were polled over the summer across a variety of football topics.

Wildcats' big rally results in region win
LANEY 36, Monticello 26

Radio Schedule
- 7:05 p.m.-Brentwood at Thomas Jefferson (WPEH-FM 92.1)

Friday night prep football scores
Georgia

Week 5 Games
At 7:30 p.m. unless listed

Late scare can't beat Wolfpack
Greenbrier hung on after a last minute offensive strike from Evans on Friday night to escape from Blanchard Stadium with a 16-9 win.

Curtis Baptist content with getting onto field
Let every other school worry about its win-loss record. Curtis Baptist is stoked to have a record.

Bulldogs run wild over Musketeers
When Richmond Academy coach Jamie Echols looked at the tape from last week's loss and saw the amount of yards the interior of his defense gave up, he thought it was something Benedictine had done.

Fuller's big plays lead to victory
AIKEN - It was another Strom Thurmond game where a quarterback stole the show with his feet. Except this time it wasn't Coco Hillary.

Week 5 Games
At 7:30 p.m. unless listed

It isn't heaven without best friend
Here's a story to get us to the weekend. It seems a man died and found himself walking along a dusty road.

It isn't heaven without best friend
Here's a story to get us to the weekend. It seems a man died and found himself walking along a dusty road.

Police release sketch of shooter
The Richmond County Sheriff's Office released a composite sketch Saturday of a suspect in the fatal shooting of a man who died Sept. 12.

Qualifying winds down
Augusta Commissioner Tommy Boyles threw his hat into the ring today to become Augusta's next mayor.

Help the animal victims of Katrina
I would just like to point out that there are other victims of Hurricane Katrina that are at our mercy, and they are the poor animals. Whether they are beloved pets, animals in shelters or homeless, they all are suffering severely.Judy Ivey, Augusta

Pat Robertson was using logic
The Rev. Pat Robertson got into trouble because he used logic in his ministry. A pastor cannot use logic in his teachings. If he could, the following questions need to be answered:Faber Hance, North Augusta, S.C.

Elect Ed Tarver to state Senate
On Sept. 20, voters in District 22 will vote to determine who will represent them as their state senator.Quincy L. Robertson, Augusta

Elect Ed Tarver to state Senate
On Sept. 20, voters in District 22 will vote to determine who will represent them as their state senator.Quincy L. Robertson, Augusta

Ed Tarver is a good man for the job
What an outstanding opportunity we will have on Sept. 20 to vote for Ed Tarver as our representative for state Senate District 22. His civic qualifications have been touted in great earnestness. Jane Howington, Augusta

Is Bush crazy like a fox on energy?
Every year in the past four decades, we have been told our infrastructure for refining oil into gasoline and distributing it throughout the lower 48 states can't keep up with demand, which forces sometimes drastic increases in fuel prices.Nathan Kirby, Augusta

Pat Robertson was using logic

Is Bush crazy like a fox on energy?
Every year in the past four decades, we have been told our infrastructure for refining oil into gasoline and distributing it throughout the lower 48 states can't keep up with demand, which forces sometimes drastic increases in fuel prices.Nathan Kirby, Augusta

Help the animal victims of Katrina

Katrina blame game is sad and shameful
Sadly, even in times of national tragedy, those on the left cannot avoid using hateful political and racial rhetoric.Robert E. Smock, Hephzibah

Katrina blame game is sad and shameful
Sadly, even in times of national tragedy, those on the left cannot avoid using hateful political and racial rhetoric.Robert E. Smock, Hephzibah

Elect Ed Tarver to state Senate

Help the animal victims of Katrina
I would just like to point out that there are other victims of Hurricane Katrina that are at our mercy, and they are the poor animals. Whether they are beloved pets, animals in shelters or homeless, they all are suffering severely.Judy Ivey, Augusta

Is Bush crazy like a fox on energy?

Ed Tarver is a good man for the job
What an outstanding opportunity we will have on Sept. 20 to vote for Ed Tarver as our representative for state Senate District 22. His civic qualifications have been touted in great earnestness. Jane Howington, Augusta

Katrina blame game is sad and shameful

Ed Tarver is a good man for the job

Pat Robertson was using logic
The Rev. Pat Robertson got into trouble because he used logic in his ministry. A pastor cannot use logic in his teachings. If he could, the following questions need to be answered:Faber Hance, North Augusta, S.C.

Asian automakers unveil their new models

Chrysler recalling Jeep Grand Cherokees

Southwest, the sea and Vegas Fashion Week themes

Fashion Week does white in many different ways

GM, Ford reveal new models to hold off Asian brands

Hyundai recalls Elantra over air bag system

More hybrid choices offered to meet growing demand

Shish kebab is unifying meal of traditional on-the-go food

Carmakers offer 'keyless' autos

2006 Autos: What's new from each carmaker

Zac Posen and Vera Wang strut to a different beat

Trends for spring include tiered skirts, higher waists

Living briefs

Hyundai recalls Elantra over air bag system
WASHINGTON - Hyundai Motor Co. said Thursday it would recall 240,000 Elantra sedans because the computer that operates the air bag system could confuse a child seat for an adult in the front passenger seat.

2006 Autos: What's new from each carmaker
Two words describe the new 2006 cars, trucks and sport utility vehicles: power and utility.

Asian automakers unveil their new models
FRANKFURT, Germany - China's burgeoning auto industry roared into the Frankfurt auto show, eager to create a splash with its new models and make inroads into competitive European and North American markets.

Shish kebab is unifying meal of traditional on-the-go food
It can be argued that aside from the bone, the best thing that has happened to meat is the stick.

Living briefs
Here's a look at some of your best entertainment bets for this weekend:

Fashion Week does white in many different ways
NEW YORK - Vera Wang went to college to study art, and she successfully draws from that knowledge in her fashion designs.

Trends for spring include tiered skirts, higher waists
NEW YORK - Naomi Campbell opened Anna Sui's fashion show carrying a parasol and wearing a blue, pink and white chiffon dress with spaghetti straps. She finished in an Art Deco sequined evening dress.

Zac Posen and Vera Wang strut to a different beat
NEW YORK - Zac Posen and Vera Wang energized the runways at New York Fashion Week with some of the edgiest designs that buyers, editors and retailers have seen so far for spring.

Carmakers offer 'keyless' autos
Drivers aren't exactly clamoring to get rid of their car keys. But automakers are doing it anyway.

Fashion Week does white in many different ways
NEW YORK - Vera Wang went to college to study art, and she successfully draws from that knowledge in her fashion designs.

Southwest, the sea and Vegas Fashion Week themes
NEW YORK - Michael Kors stirred things up at New York Fashion Week, adding some adobe spice to his Southwest-themed spring collection, which included gauchos, camouflage and an "O'Keeffe jacket."

Zac Posen and Vera Wang strut to a different beat
NEW YORK - Zac Posen and Vera Wang energized the runways at New York Fashion Week with some of the edgiest designs that buyers, editors and retailers have seen so far for spring.

Living briefs
Here's a look at some of your best entertainment bets for this weekend:

2006 Autos: What's new from each carmaker
Two words describe the new 2006 cars, trucks and sport utility vehicles: power and utility.

Southwest, the sea and Vegas Fashion Week themes
NEW YORK - Michael Kors stirred things up at New York Fashion Week, adding some adobe spice to his Southwest-themed spring collection, which included gauchos, camouflage and an "O'Keeffe jacket."

More hybrid choices offered to meet growing demand
David Miller used to drive a Jeep. But when he recently replaced his four-wheel-drive Grand Cherokee, he chose a new kind of sport utility vehicle: the Ford Escape Hybrid.

GM, Ford reveal new models to hold off Asian brands
FRANKFURT, Germany - General Motors Corp. and Ford Motor Co. introduced a slew of new vehicles Tuesday intended to boost sluggish sales in Europe, saying good design and cost-cutting are key to combatting increased competition from Asia.

Carmakers offer 'keyless' autos
Drivers aren't exactly clamoring to get rid of their car keys. But automakers are doing it anyway.

Chrysler recalling Jeep Grand Cherokees
WASHINGTON - DaimlerChrysler AG's Chrysler Group said Friday it would recall more than 100,000 Jeep Grand Cherokee sport utility vehicles because water contamination of the transmission fluid could lead to fires under the hood.

Asian automakers unveil their new models
FRANKFURT, Germany - China's burgeoning auto industry roared into the Frankfurt auto show, eager to create a splash with its new models and make inroads into competitive European and North American markets.

More hybrid choices offered to meet growing demand
David Miller used to drive a Jeep. But when he recently replaced his four-wheel-drive Grand Cherokee, he chose a new kind of sport utility vehicle: the Ford Escape Hybrid.

GM, Ford reveal new models to hold off Asian brands
FRANKFURT, Germany - General Motors Corp. and Ford Motor Co. introduced a slew of new vehicles Tuesday intended to boost sluggish sales in Europe, saying good design and cost-cutting are key to combatting increased competition from Asia.

Shish kebab is unifying meal of traditional on-the-go food
It can be argued that aside from the bone, the best thing that has happened to meat is the stick.

Hyundai recalls Elantra over air bag system
WASHINGTON - Hyundai Motor Co. said Thursday it would recall 240,000 Elantra sedans because the computer that operates the air bag system could confuse a child seat for an adult in the front passenger seat.

Trends for spring include tiered skirts, higher waists
NEW YORK - Naomi Campbell opened Anna Sui's fashion show carrying a parasol and wearing a blue, pink and white chiffon dress with spaghetti straps. She finished in an Art Deco sequined evening dress.

Chrysler recalling Jeep Grand Cherokees
WASHINGTON - DaimlerChrysler AG's Chrysler Group said Friday it would recall more than 100,000 Jeep Grand Cherokee sport utility vehicles because water contamination of the transmission fluid could lead to fires under the hood.

5 soldiers of Revolution are honored
Dressed in blue and tan colonial garb and carrying replicas of the muskets and swords used by the men they were there to honor, members of the Georgia Society of the Sons of the American Revolution unveiled five bronze plaques in St. Paul's Episcopal Church cemetery on Friday, in remembrance of some of Georgia's earliest patriots.

Arts in the Heart packed with events
WHEN: 5 to 9 p.m. today, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday and noon to 7 p.m. Sunday

Across the area
An Augusta man was rushed to Medical College of Georgia Hospital early this morning after he shot himself in the head in front of Windsor Spring Elementary School.

Rants and Raves
Comments from readers:

Virtual tools spare patients

Kid of the Day
Taylor Johnae Allen is today's Kid of the Day.

Fiery crash
A man warns drivers about a burning car in the median of Interstate 20 between Aiken and Columbia.

Wadley's financial troubles reveal unpaid bills, leniency
WADLEY, Ga. - The balance sheet might not look good, but this tiny city southwest of Augusta isn't admitting defeat.

Patient grows up to be nurse
It was seemingly in the stars for Melanie Jewett to grow up and care for sick infants as a nurse in a neonatal intensive care unit.

Correction
- Thursday's roundup of local hurricane assistance efforts said the United House of Prayer would sponsor a lunch for hurricane evacuees at May Park today. The lunch was Thursday.

5 soldiers of Revolution are honored
Dressed in blue and tan colonial garb and carrying replicas of the muskets and swords used by the men they were there to honor, members of the Georgia Society of the Sons of the American Revolution unveiled five bronze plaques in St. Paul's Episcopal Church cemetery on Friday, in remembrance of some of Georgia's earliest patriots.

Ways you can help hurricane victims
Aid for Victims

Duncan Drugs could be liquidated
The receiver for Duncan Fordham's pharmacy asked a judge Friday for the authority to sell its assets.

Arts in the Heart packed with events
WHEN: 5 to 9 p.m. today, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday and noon to 7 p.m. Sunday

Across the area
A young man taking part in a Fort Gordon challenge program pleaded guilty Thursday to an assault that lead to another young man's death.

In search of higher education
High school students fill up the Augusta-Richmond County Civic Center during the CSRA College Night.

Around town
This is another busy weekend for the area with the international flair of Arts in the Heart of Augusta to the excitement of the polo matches in Aiken.

Kid of the Day

Church satisfies evacuees' appetites
Phyllis "Queen" Matthews left most of her belongings in her New Orleans home, but she managed to bring a little Mardi Gras spirit to Augusta to help her through the tough times.

School retreat stresses ethics
The Richmond County school board needs a code of ethics, board member Ken Echols said near the close of a retreat Thursday night.

Across the area

Surviving cancer gave teacher new energies
Personal tragedy and perseverance helped Leeann Fleischauer attain the top teaching honor in Columbia County.

Fiery crash

Reductions sought at SRS
AIKEN - The company that runs Savannah River Site is looking for workers who want to leave, which could reduce the number of employees it has to lay off.

Across Georgia
AUSTELL - A firearms instructor who accidentally shot and killed a police trainee at the North Central Georgia Law Enforcement Academy has been identified as Cobb County Deputy Sheriff Sgt. Albert Jackson.

Anderson man jailed in stalking case
A South Carolina man was extradited to Richmond County on Wednesday after he was arrested in Anderson, S.C., earlier this week.

Four in race for Augusta mayor
Augusta Commissioner Tommy Boyles threw his hat in the ring Friday to become Augusta's next mayor. Interim Mayor Willie Mays waited until the last minute to qualify for the mayor's race, just before the 4:30 p.m. deadline.

Local sheriff's deputies go to Mississippi
Sheriff's deputies from Richmond and Columbia counties will head to Mississippi this morning to lend a hand to law enforcement in an area ravaged by Hurricane Katrina, officials said.

Gas cap lock sales climb
The spike in gasoline prices after Hurricane Katrina has caused a run at some local auto parts stores on locking gas caps, commonly used to prevent people from stealing gasoline from fuel tanks.

Patient grows up to be nurse
It was seemingly in the stars for Melanie Jewett to grow up and care for sick infants as a nurse in a neonatal intensive care unit.

Rants and Raves
Comments from readers:

Church satisfies evacuees' appetites
Phyllis "Queen" Matthews left most of her belongings in her New Orleans home, but she managed to bring a little Mardi Gras spirit to Augusta to help her through the tough times.

School traffic crowds area roads
Just as planners don't build parking lots to accommodate the bloated Christmas traffic, Chris Bland says designers don't construct roadways specifically for the short-lived back-to-school rush.

Across the region
ATLANTA - A Fulton County sheriff's deputy shot an inmate who scuffled with another deputy at Grady Memorial Hospital in downtown Atlanta on Tuesday night, authorities said.

Arts in the Heart of Augusta event schedule
GLOBAL STAGE

Rants and Raves
Comments from readers:

Local sheriff's deputies go to Mississippi

Ways you can help hurricane victims

Across South Carolina
COLUMBIA - A growing number of pupils in South Carolina schools are learning English as a second language, which poses challenges to districts who must test the children.

Rants and Raves
Comments from readers:

Ways you can help hurricane victims

POW, MIA ceremony gets emotional
One by one, military personnel, friends and family walked by a wooden cross standing before a Fort Gordon memorial.

Reductions sought at SRS
AIKEN - The company that runs Savannah River Site is looking for workers who want to leave, which could reduce the number of employees it has to lay off.

Four in race for Augusta mayor

School retreat stresses ethics
The Richmond County school board needs a code of ethics, board member Ken Echols said near the close of a retreat Thursday night.

Across Georgia

Kid of the Day
Misty King is today's Kid of the Day.

Feds have dibs on Navy school use

Across the region

Gas cap lock sales climb

Ways you can help hurricane victims
AID FOR VICTIMS

Rants and Raves
Comments from readers:

Across South Carolina
COLUMBIA - A growing number of pupils in South Carolina schools are learning English as a second language, which poses challenges to districts who must test the children.

In search of higher education

Fiery crash
A man warns drivers about a burning car in the median of Interstate 20 between Aiken and Columbia.

Plans shift focus onto businesses
One resident of Furys Ferry Road recently referred to it as the "CPOD monster'' at a Sept. 1 public hearing.

POW, MIA ceremony gets emotional
One by one, military personnel, friends and family walked by a wooden cross standing before a Fort Gordon memorial.

Wadley's financial troubles reveal unpaid bills, leniency

Fuel costs strain area services
AIKEN - The Aiken-Bamberg-Barnwell-Edgefield Regional Library System bookmobile is usually on the road four days a week.

Arts in the Heart packed with events

Virtual tools spare patients
As Sean Sheff gripped the endoscope and maneuvered through the patient's bowels, his colleagues cheered him on.

Gas cap lock sales climb
The spike in gasoline prices after Hurricane Katrina has caused a run at some local auto parts stores on locking gas caps, commonly used to prevent people from stealing gasoline from fuel tanks.

Hurricane donations might hurt charities
Area charities could see a dip in donations if regular contributors who have already generously supported Hurricane Katrina relief efforts are less willing to open their wallets in support of local causes.

Fuel costs strain area services
AIKEN - The Aiken-Bamberg-Barnwell-Edgefield Regional Library System bookmobile is usually on the road four days a week.

Local sheriff's deputies go to Mississippi
Sheriff's deputies from Richmond and Columbia counties will head to Mississippi this morning to lend a hand to law enforcement in an area ravaged by Hurricane Katrina, officials said.

Around town

Festival shows spirit of islands
A perfect reflection of its Pacific Islands theme, this year's Arts in the Heart of Augusta Festival opened to warm weather, welcome smiles and the sound of not-so-distant drums.

Festival shows spirit of islands

Feds have dibs on Navy school use
ATHENS, Ga. - Redeveloping the Navy Supply Corps School in the middle of this college town could turn into a political controversy, especially if a federal agency decides it wants the property for unpopular reasons, federal officials said.

Correction
- Thursday's roundup of local hurricane assistance efforts said the United House of Prayer would sponsor a lunch for hurricane evacuees at May Park today. The lunch was Thursday.

Ways you can help hurricane victims
AID FOR VICTIMS

Surviving cancer gave teacher new energies
Personal tragedy and perseverance helped Leeann Fleischauer attain the top teaching honor in Columbia County.

Kid of the Day
Misty King is today's Kid of the Day.

Surviving cancer gave teacher new energies

Rants and Raves
Comments from readers:

Patient grows up to be nurse

Duncan Drugs could be liquidated

Arts in the Heart of Augusta event schedule

Across Georgia
AUSTELL - A firearms instructor who accidentally shot and killed a police trainee at the North Central Georgia Law Enforcement Academy has been identified as Cobb County Deputy Sheriff Sgt. Albert Jackson.

Four in race for Augusta mayor
Augusta Commissioner Tommy Boyles threw his hat in the ring Friday to become Augusta's next mayor. Interim Mayor Willie Mays waited until the last minute to qualify for the mayor's race, just before the 4:30 p.m. deadline.

Correction
- Thursday's roundup of local hurricane assistance efforts said the United House of Prayer would sponsor a lunch for hurricane evacuees at May Park today. The lunch was Thursday.

Anderson man jailed in stalking case

5 soldiers of Revolution are honored

Across the area
An Augusta man was rushed to Medical College of Georgia Hospital early this morning after he shot himself in the head in front of Windsor Spring Elementary School.

Robin Williams gets 10 year sentence
Robin Williams once spent a decade representing Augusta in the Georgia House of Representatives. Now he will spend the next 10 years in a federal prison cell for health care fraud, U.S. District Court Judge Dudley Bowen determined Thursday.

Virtual tools spare patients
As Sean Sheff gripped the endoscope and maneuvered through the patient's bowels, his colleagues cheered him on.

Wadley's financial troubles reveal unpaid bills, leniency
WADLEY, Ga. - The balance sheet might not look good, but this tiny city southwest of Augusta isn't admitting defeat.

Duncan Drugs could be liquidated
The receiver for Duncan Fordham's pharmacy asked a judge Friday for the authority to sell its assets.

Anderson man jailed in stalking case
A South Carolina man was extradited to Richmond County on Wednesday after he was arrested in Anderson, S.C., earlier this week.

POW, MIA ceremony gets emotional

Ways you can help hurricane victims
Aid for Victims

Arts in the Heart of Augusta event schedule
GLOBAL STAGE

Shepard rules in majority's favor majority
Candidates for Augusta municipal offices must get a majority of the votes cast, rather than a plurality, to win, City Attorney Stephen Shepard said in an opinion issued Thursday.

Feds have dibs on Navy school use
ATHENS, Ga. - Redeveloping the Navy Supply Corps School in the middle of this college town could turn into a political controversy, especially if a federal agency decides it wants the property for unpopular reasons, federal officials said.

Across the area
A young man taking part in a Fort Gordon challenge program pleaded guilty Thursday to an assault that lead to another young man's death.

Hurricane donations might hurt charities
Area charities could see a dip in donations if regular contributors who have already generously supported Hurricane Katrina relief efforts are less willing to open their wallets in support of local causes.

Correction

Shepard rules in majority's favor majority

Reductions sought at SRS

Kid of the Day

Plans shift focus onto businesses

School traffic crowds area roads
Just as planners don't build parking lots to accommodate the bloated Christmas traffic, Chris Bland says designers don't construct roadways specifically for the short-lived back-to-school rush.

Hurricane donations might hurt charities

Festival shows spirit of islands
A perfect reflection of its Pacific Islands theme, this year's Arts in the Heart of Augusta Festival opened to warm weather, welcome smiles and the sound of not-so-distant drums.

Around town
This is another busy weekend for the area with the international flair of Arts in the Heart of Augusta to the excitement of the polo matches in Aiken.

Fuel costs strain area services

School retreat stresses ethics

Across the area
A young man taking part in a Fort Gordon challenge program pleaded guilty Thursday to an assault that lead to another young man's death.

Robin Williams gets 10 year sentence
Robin Williams once spent a decade representing Augusta in the Georgia House of Representatives. Now he will spend the next 10 years in a federal prison cell for health care fraud, U.S. District Court Judge Dudley Bowen determined Thursday.

Across South Carolina

Plans shift focus onto businesses
One resident of Furys Ferry Road recently referred to it as the "CPOD monster'' at a Sept. 1 public hearing.

School traffic crowds area roads

In search of higher education
High school students fill up the Augusta-Richmond County Civic Center during the CSRA College Night.

Kid of the Day
Taylor Johnae Allen is today's Kid of the Day.

Shepard rules in majority's favor majority
Candidates for Augusta municipal offices must get a majority of the votes cast, rather than a plurality, to win, City Attorney Stephen Shepard said in an opinion issued Thursday.

Robin Williams gets 10 year sentence

Across the area

Church satisfies evacuees' appetites

He would never say it, but Merriweather should start
This is definitely not an original thought, but sometimes you just feel like smacking Tommy Bowden upside the head hoping to knock some sense into the Clemson football coach.

He would never say it, but Merriweather should start
This is definitely not an original thought, but sometimes you just feel like smacking Tommy Bowden upside the head hoping to knock some sense into the Clemson football coach.

Robert Wise, director of 'Sound of Music,' dead at 91
LOS ANGELES - During his half-century career, Robert Wise was nominated for seven Academy Awards, had hits in a variety of genres and worked with Orson Welles on "Citizen Kane."

Robert Wise, director of 'Sound of Music,' dead at 91
LOS ANGELES - During his half-century career, Robert Wise was nominated for seven Academy Awards, had hits in a variety of genres and worked with Orson Welles on "Citizen Kane."

Seats outside Ocsars available online

Seats outside Ocsars available online
LOS ANGELES - Applications for 300 bleacher seats along the Academy Awards red carpet will be available online beginning Monday.

Seats outside Ocsars available online
LOS ANGELES - Applications for 300 bleacher seats along the Academy Awards red carpet will be available online beginning Monday.

Robert Wise, director of 'Sound of Music,' dead at 91

Foo Fighters are still ready to rock, but softly as well
LOS ANGELES - Dave Grohl, who describes himself as a 36-year-old teenager, may be growing up.

Foo Fighters are still ready to rock, but softly as well

Foo Fighters are still ready to rock, but softly as well
LOS ANGELES - Dave Grohl, who describes himself as a 36-year-old teenager, may be growing up.

Falcons: Mathis out for season with injury

Cole hopes to learn from mistake in debut

Mrs. Rosa Holmes-Seymour    (JAMAICA, N.Y.)

Ms. Aray T. Darden    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Lillie Marion Dawson    (WARRENTON, Ga.)

Mr. Jeffery Howard    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Mattie Stokes    (WASHINGTON, Ga.)

Mr. Ralph Hulon Windsor    (GREENSBORO, Ga.)

Mr. Charles N. Thomas    (HEPHZIBAH, Ga.)

Ms. Minnie L. Kitchens    (WAYNESBORO, Ga.)

Mrs. Betty G. Hatchet    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Ms. Beulah Lee Engram    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. John Allen Kirk    (RIDGE SPRING, S.C.)

Mrs. Mamie Lee Turner    (WADLEY, Ga.)

Mrs. Joanne Lawrence-Huf    (BLUFFTON, S.C.)

Mr. Rufus Lee    (MILLEN, Ga.)

Mr. John Allen Kirk    (RIDGE SPRING, S.C.)

Mrs. Mary Louise Carpenter    (GREENSBORO, VT)

Dr. Gordon Nichols, Sr.    (AIKEN, S.C.)

Mrs. Sarah Love    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Jasmine Nicole Buff    (CLEARWATER, S.C.)

Mrs. Eula Mae Cooper    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Jeffery Howard    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Lillie Marion Dawson    (WARRENTON, Ga.)

Mrs. Dorothy Baker    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Ms. Alberta McKenzie    (AIKEN, S.C.)

Mr. Samuel Wimberly    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Helen Morris    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Helen Morris    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Ms. Aray T. Darden    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Terry Jones    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Fannie Jo Hall    (GARFIELD, Ga.)

Ms. Aray T. Darden    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Louis D. Nava    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Dorothy Baker    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Dr. Gordon Nichols, Sr.    (AIKEN, S.C.)

Mr. Samuel Wimberly    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Dr. Gordon Nichols, Sr.    (AIKEN, S.C.)

Mr. La'Rickey L. Sanders    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Laura Palmer    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Louis D. Nava    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. La'Rickey L. Sanders    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Sarah Love    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Jayden I. Smyre    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Dorothy Baker    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Charles N. Thomas    (HEPHZIBAH, Ga.)

Mr. David James    (WAYNESBORO, Ga.)

Mr. Gene L. Williams    (WARRENTON, Ga.)

Mr. John Drew    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Samuel Wimberly    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Jasmine Nicole Buff    (CLEARWATER, S.C.)

Elder Willis "Bill" Bell, Sr.    (AIKEN, S.C.)

Mr. William Ashmore, Sr.    (BELTON, S.C.)

Mrs. Dorothy Baker    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Elder Willis "Bill" Bell, Sr.    (AIKEN, S.C.)

Dr. Kathleen T. Brown, Ph.D.    (MARTINEZ, Ga.)

Mrs. Erlene C. Taylor    (PERKINS, Ga.)

Jasmine Nicole Buff    (CLEARWATER, S.C.)

Mrs. Ruby Nell Andrews    (SYLVANIA, Ga.)

Mr. Michael Bynes    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Ms. Beulah Lee Engram    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Alfred L. Carter    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Dr. John Latham Bowen    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Ms. Aray T. Darden    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Arthur Johnson    (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)

SGT Victor Gonzalez    (KILLEEN, TX)

Mr. David James    (WAYNESBORO, Ga.)

Mrs. Betty G. Hatchet    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. John Drew    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Rosa Holmes-Seymour    (JAMAICA, N.Y.)

Jasmine Nicole Buff    (CLEARWATER, S.C.)

Mr. Jeffery Howard    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. William Ashmore, Sr.    (BELTON, S.C.)

Mr. Ralph Hulon Windsor    (GREENSBORO, Ga.)

Elder Willis "Bill" Bell, Sr.    (AIKEN, S.C.)

Mr. Samuel Wimberly    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Gene L. Williams    (WARRENTON, Ga.)

Mrs. Erlene C. Taylor    (PERKINS, Ga.)

Jayden I. Smyre    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Mattie Stokes    (WASHINGTON, Ga.)

Mrs. Laura Palmer    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Ruby Nell Andrews    (SYLVANIA, Ga.)

Dr. Gordon Nichols, Sr.    (AIKEN, S.C.)

Mrs. Helen Morris    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Helen Morris    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Alfred L. Carter    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Eula Mae Cooper    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Mary Louise Carpenter    (GREENSBORO, VT)

Mr. Michael Bynes    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Ms. Alberta McKenzie    (AIKEN, S.C.)

Dr. Kathleen T. Brown, Ph.D.    (MARTINEZ, Ga.)

Ms. Beulah Lee Engram    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Elder Willis "Bill" Bell, Sr.    (AIKEN, S.C.)

Mr. Arthur Johnson    (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)

SGT Victor Gonzalez    (KILLEEN, TX)

Mrs. Fannie Jo Hall    (GARFIELD, Ga.)

Ms. Beulah Lee Engram    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Rufus Lee    (MILLEN, Ga.)

Mrs. Joanne Lawrence-Huf    (BLUFFTON, S.C.)

Mrs. Mamie Lee Turner    (WADLEY, Ga.)

Dr. John Latham Bowen    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Ms. Minnie L. Kitchens    (WAYNESBORO, Ga.)

Mr. Terry Jones    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Jeffery Howard    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Rufus Lee (MILLEN, Ga.)

Mrs. Fannie Jo Hall (GARFIELD, Ga.)

Mr. David James (WAYNESBORO, Ga.)

Mr. Michael Bynes (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Mamie Lee Turner (WADLEY, Ga.)

Elder Willis "Bill" Bell, Sr. (AIKEN, S.C.)

Mrs. Erlene C. Taylor (PERKINS, Ga.)

Mr. Alfred L. Carter (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Ms. Beulah Lee Engram (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Eula Mae Cooper (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Mary Louise Carpenter (GREENSBORO, VT)

Mrs. Laura Palmer (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Ms. Alberta McKenzie (AIKEN, S.C.)

Dr. Gordon Nichols, Sr. (AIKEN, S.C.)

Mrs. Ruby Nell Andrews (SYLVANIA, Ga.)

Mrs. Sarah Love (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. John Drew (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Dr. Kathleen T. Brown, Ph.D. (MARTINEZ, Ga.)

Elder Willis "Bill" Bell, Sr. (AIKEN, S.C.)

Dr. Gordon Nichols, Sr. (AIKEN, S.C.)

Dr. John Latham Bowen (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Samuel Wimberly (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Helen Morris (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Louis D. Nava (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Gene L. Williams (WARRENTON, Ga.)

Jasmine Nicole Buff (CLEARWATER, S.C.)

Ms. Minnie L. Kitchens (WAYNESBORO, Ga.)

Mrs. Rosa Holmes-Seymour (JAMAICA, N.Y.)

Mrs. Betty G. Hatchet (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Jayden I. Smyre (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. John Allen Kirk (RIDGE SPRING, S.C.)

Ms. Beulah Lee Engram (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Terry Jones (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

SGT Victor Gonzalez (KILLEEN, TX)

Mrs. Mattie Stokes (WASHINGTON, Ga.)

Mr. Charles N. Thomas (HEPHZIBAH, Ga.)

Mr. Samuel Wimberly (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Ms. Aray T. Darden (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. William Ashmore, Sr. (BELTON, S.C.)

Mrs. Helen Morris (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Joanne Lawrence-Huf (BLUFFTON, S.C.)

Mr. La'Rickey L. Sanders (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Ms. Aray T. Darden (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Jasmine Nicole Buff (CLEARWATER, S.C.)

Mr. Jeffery Howard (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Dorothy Baker (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Jeffery Howard (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Arthur Johnson (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)

Mr. Ralph Hulon Windsor (GREENSBORO, Ga.)

Mrs. Dorothy Baker (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Lillie Marion Dawson (WARRENTON, Ga.)

'Night of Fire' will live up to name at strip

Gold Cup draws No. 1 player

Overtime

Area Announcements

Overtime

Millarville team doesn't miss a beat

Pierce draws Dementieva in Fed Cup final

Area Announcements
Note: Announcements for participatory events must be written, delivered, mailed or faxed to The Augusta Chronicle, P.O. Box 1928, Augusta, GA 30903-1928, with a return address and phone number.

Gold Cup draws No. 1 player
Tiger Woods won his fourth Masters Tournament in April and regained his spot as No. 1 in the world.

Pierce draws Dementieva in Fed Cup final
PARIS - Mary Pierce and Elena Dementieva will meet in Saturday's opening singles of the Fed Cup final between France and Russia after playing each other last week in a contentious match at the U.S. Open.

Millarville team doesn't miss a beat
AIKEN - When Millarville lost Fred Mannix a few days before the start of the U.S. Polo Association's Gold Cup, the Canada-based team figured to be at a disadvantage heading into Friday's opening match.

'Night of Fire' will live up to name at strip
Saturday night, Bob Motz will return to Carolina Dragway to rekindle an old flame.

Pierce draws Dementieva in Fed Cup final
PARIS - Mary Pierce and Elena Dementieva will meet in Saturday's opening singles of the Fed Cup final between France and Russia after playing each other last week in a contentious match at the U.S. Open.

Overtime
Jan Cross, of West Lake Country Club, won her fourth CSRA Women's Golf Association 54-Hole Championship, moving her to within one victory of the all-time record in the 43-year-old tournament.

Overtime
Jan Cross, of West Lake Country Club, won her fourth CSRA Women's Golf Association 54-Hole Championship, moving her to within one victory of the all-time record in the 43-year-old tournament.

Gold Cup draws No. 1 player
Tiger Woods won his fourth Masters Tournament in April and regained his spot as No. 1 in the world.

Overtime
In Smiths, Ala., sophomore Annie Kim easily claimed her spot atop the Augusta State record book at the Columbus State Cougar Invitational.

Area Announcements
Note: Announcements for participatory events must be written, delivered, mailed or faxed to The Augusta Chronicle, P.O. Box 1928, Augusta, GA 30903-1928, with a return address and phone number.

Overtime
In Smiths, Ala., sophomore Annie Kim easily claimed her spot atop the Augusta State record book at the Columbus State Cougar Invitational.

'Night of Fire' will live up to name at strip
Saturday night, Bob Motz will return to Carolina Dragway to rekindle an old flame.

Millarville team doesn't miss a beat
AIKEN - When Millarville lost Fred Mannix a few days before the start of the U.S. Polo Association's Gold Cup, the Canada-based team figured to be at a disadvantage heading into Friday's opening match.

Falcons: Mathis out for season with injury
FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. - This week can't end soon enough for Atlanta Falcons cornerback Kevin Mathis.

Falcons: Mathis out for season with injury
FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. - This week can't end soon enough for Atlanta Falcons cornerback Kevin Mathis.

Cole hopes to learn from mistake in debut
PHILADELPHIA - Trent Cole had the instructions drummed into his head by Philadelphia's coaches all week: Don't leave your feet when Atlanta's Michael Vick pump-fakes.

Cole hopes to learn from mistake in debut
PHILADELPHIA - Trent Cole had the instructions drummed into his head by Philadelphia's coaches all week: Don't leave your feet when Atlanta's Michael Vick pump-fakes.

Church brings evacuees to safety, comfort in Aiken
AIKEN - Forced to flee her New Orleans home as Hurricane Katrina's floodwaters rose over her front porch, 84-year-old Bessie Hawkins sought shelter in a school, then was hoisted into a helicopter and flown to another center for evacuees.

Congregations unite to collect items of storm victims
What the Rev. Joey Thompson calls his wild adventure started with a call from a stranded pastor in Long Beach, Miss., after Hurricane Katrina smashed the coastal town last month.

Why did the Bible allow slavery?
By today's standards it's hard to understand why the Bible accepted human slavery. The usual explanation: However sinful, it was too ingrained in ancient societies to eliminate.

Why did the Bible allow slavery?
By today's standards it's hard to understand why the Bible accepted human slavery. The usual explanation: However sinful, it was too ingrained in ancient societies to eliminate.

Faith digest
TEEN PREACHER Eryn Eubanks is holding bluegrass services with her band, The Family Fold, at 10 a.m. Sundays at 285 Flowing Wells Road in Martinez.

Church brings evacuees to safety, comfort in Aiken
AIKEN - Forced to flee her New Orleans home as Hurricane Katrina's floodwaters rose over her front porch, 84-year-old Bessie Hawkins sought shelter in a school, then was hoisted into a helicopter and flown to another center for evacuees.

Faith calendar
The Faith Calendar lists church and temple activities. Space is limited. Deadline is noon Monday.

Congregations unite to collect items of storm victims
What the Rev. Joey Thompson calls his wild adventure started with a call from a stranded pastor in Long Beach, Miss., after Hurricane Katrina smashed the coastal town last month.

Faith calendar
The Faith Calendar lists church and temple activities. Space is limited. Deadline is noon Monday.

Church gets ready for its new campus
On Monday, forklift workers shifted stacks of fresh sod at St. Teresa of Avila Catholic Church's new Columbia Road campus, the final step before its move Sunday that will make it the first Catholic parish in Columbia County.

Church gets ready for its new campus
On Monday, forklift workers shifted stacks of fresh sod at St. Teresa of Avila Catholic Church's new Columbia Road campus, the final step before its move Sunday that will make it the first Catholic parish in Columbia County.

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TEEN PREACHER Eryn Eubanks is holding bluegrass services with her band, The Family Fold, at 10 a.m. Sundays at 285 Flowing Wells Road in Martinez.

Play to help church commemorate bicentennial
Though the founding date for First Baptist Church of Aiken is unclear, the church wants to pack as much of its 200-year-old history as it can into a bicentennial celebration next week.

Play to help church commemorate bicentennial
Though the founding date for First Baptist Church of Aiken is unclear, the church wants to pack as much of its 200-year-old history as it can into a bicentennial celebration next week.

He would never say it, but Merriweather should start

Man breaks record for most hours watching TV

Emmys, host to mark Katrina's devastation
LOS ANGELES - Emmy Awards host Ellen DeGeneres and executive producer Ken Ehrlich might be the perfect team for Sunday's ceremony: They're both Emmy veterans who have paid serious dues.

Man breaks record for most hours watching TV
NEW YORK - Couch potato, thy name is Suresh.

Emmys, host to mark Katrina's devastation

Emmys, host to mark Katrina's devastation
LOS ANGELES - Emmy Awards host Ellen DeGeneres and executive producer Ken Ehrlich might be the perfect team for Sunday's ceremony: They're both Emmy veterans who have paid serious dues.

Man breaks record for most hours watching TV
NEW YORK - Couch potato, thy name is Suresh.

Renee Zellweger and Kenny Chesney split

Entertainers must remember to do their job, not bum us out

Jackson announces performers for Katrina benefit song

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Richt still looking for balance in UGA's offense

Richt still looking for balance in UGA's offense
ATHENS, Ga. - With No. 7 Georgia's first two games examined as a whole, its offense would not seem to be a cause for concern.

Richt still looking for balance in UGA's offense
ATHENS, Ga. - With No. 7 Georgia's first two games examined as a whole, its offense would not seem to be a cause for concern.

Spurrier, Alabama trying to start new traditions

Spurrier, Alabama trying to start new traditions
COLUMBIA, S.C. - As far as football history and tradition goes, South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier knows this one is a mismatch.

Spurrier, Alabama trying to start new traditions
COLUMBIA, S.C. - As far as football history and tradition goes, South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier knows this one is a mismatch.

Why did the Bible allow slavery?

Congregations unite to collect items of storm victims

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Church gets ready for its new campus

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Church brings evacuees to safety, comfort in Aiken

Play to help church commemorate bicentennial