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Augusta trucking companies welcome texting ban
Program brings native Chinese speakers to classrooms
Two men charged in teen's killing
Trinity-on-the-Hill extends hands beyond parish
Edgefield textile plant to hire 16
State income tax forms harder to find
About 100 gather for Mayor's Prayer Breakfast
Woman shoots dog after it kills her pet
Cuts threaten Augusta-based medical group
New 'Chronicle' site launches today
Some Democrats did not take furlough days
Perdue's plan to sell environment loans draws fire
SC legislators want statewide teacher furloughs
SC agency didn't warn lawmakers of problems
3 men indicted for trying to steal from Glock
Counting on recruits
Across the area
Across Georgia
Across South Carolina
Rants and raves

Many children left nameless, alone

Freeze should leave you cold

Editorial Cartoon
Editorial cartoon

Letters to the Editor
Citizens should help the public sector
Obama terror policies doomed to fail
Cadets made bowling tourney special

Biomedical researcher says Augusta on right track
Delta posts small loss for fourth quarter
Home Depot to lay off 1,000
DOT bans truckers' texts
Toyota halts sales of 8 recalled models
Economy moves forward on its road to recovery

Quick Cooking with Karin Calloway
Shaken, not stuffed

Super Bowl calls for super nachos. Pile it on!
Small portions
Want to feed a Super Bowl crowd fast? Think subs

Pro Football
Committee considers heart test following Adams' death

High School Sports
Knights take important region win over Eagles
Extra practice pays off for Blue Devils
Lakeside rules pool again
Prep box scores

San Diego misses Tiger
Furyk thinks Woods will play Masters

Gamecocks tame No. 1 Kentucky

Eagles hold off slumping Tigers

Other Sports
Nadal ends match early

Hockey league may expand here
Power-play goal lifts Thrashers

Father enjoys son's helping hand
Virginian makes most of first run
Classic Non-Pro Go-Round #1
$50,000 Non-Pro Any Age Go-Round #1
Classic Open Go-Round #2
Futurity Open Go-Round #2

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