1994 Valdosta Daily Times "E"

 

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E. Coli

Rare Burgers Lovers Beware of E. Coli

Ap 1 94 89(169), 5A

Eager, Bill, Jr.

Valdosta Retiree "Eager" to Serve His Community

Sp 29 94 89(349), 2C

Eager, George B.

All About Peer Pressure Written to Help Teen-Agers

Fe 26 94 89(137), 8A

Eaken, William Joel

Eaken-King

Wedding

Nv 14 94 90(30), 7A

King-Eaken

Engagement

Ag 23 94 89(312), 2B

Ealey, Martha

Obituary

Sp 16 94 89(336), 2A

Eason, Bobby A.

Eason-Cain

Engagement

Fe 15 94 89(126), 3B

Eason, Eugenie

Obituary

Fe 14 94 89(125), 2A

Eason, Sara

Birth

Fe 2 94 89(113), 3C

Easter

Easter Celebration in the Park

Mr 27 94 89(166), 1C

Easter Should Bring Acceptance

Ap 1 94 89(169), 7A

Every Bunny Loves Brunch

Mr 30 94 89(169), 1C

Eastman Kodak Co.

Project Focuses on Using Cameras in Curriculum

Mr 22 94 89(161), 2B

Eatman, Irb

Falcons Signs Eatman from Rams

Je 3 94 89(232), 6A

Eaton, Rowena W.

Obituary

Ja 24 94 89(104), 2A

Eberhardt, LaForrest Smith

Lake Park Seeking Help For Ballfield . . .

Je 1 94 89(230), 1A, 2A

Lake Park Youth Center Moves Forward

Je 18 94 89(247), 3A

Not a Ripple, But a WAVE

Ap 6 94 89(174), 1C

Obituary

Je 22 94 89(251), 2A

Echols County

Echols County 4-H'ers Bring Home District Honors

Mr 15 94 89(154), 2B

Echols School Getting School-Safety Money

Mr 21 94 89(160), 1A

Falcon Cable to Award Scholarships to Locals

Mr 1 94 89(140), 5A

Food Bags Ready for Thursday Distribution

Mr 15 94 89(154), 5A

Echols County Commission

Echols Changes Meeting Dates

Ag 31 94 89(320), 1A

Echols County Elementary School

Echols County Fourth Graders Become Celebrated Authors

My 31 94 89(229), 3A

Echols County High School

Echols' Roberts Receives State Honor

My 4 94 89(202), 13A

Echols County Middle School

Echols Middle Sweeps Pineita

Ja 21 94 89(101), 9A

Echols County Sheriff's Department

Carter's Indictments Not Killed

Dc 31 94 90(77), 1A

Committee to Investigate Echols Sheriff

Ag 21 94 89(310), 1A

Echols Sheriff Disputes Charges

Sp 1 94 89(321), 1A

Echols Sheriff on Duty

Jl 30 94 89(289), 1A

Echols Sheriff "Voluntarily Suspended"

Sp 7 94 89(327), 1A

Ex-Echols Sheriff Wants Indictments Dropped

Dc 17 94 90(63), 6A

Governor Officially Names Sasser as Echols Sheriff

Sp 10 94 89(330), 1A

Remerton Chief Quits His Position

Sp 8 94 89(328), 3A

Echols, Harold

Echols Arranges Plea Bargain Deal

Oc 25 94 90(10), 5A

Eckerd Drugstores

Macon Man Charged in Eckerd Robberies

Fe 13 94 89(124), 6A

Eckwahl, Jacob

Eckwahl-Morton

Wedding

Sp 21 94 89(341), 2B

Morton-Eckwahl

Engagement

Jl 20 94 89(279), 2B

Eclipses, Solar

Georgia's Last '90s Solar Eclipse Tuesday

My 8 94 89(206), 2A

Ecology--Valdosta State University

VSU Prof Sees Wetlands as Important Eco-Buffers

Nv 18 94 90(34), 6B

Economic Growth and Development--Albany

Albany Fights Price Gouging

Jl 25 94 89(284), 1A

Economic Growth and Development--Atlanta

Metro Atlanta Residents Say They're Optimistic About Economy

Ja 26 94 89(106), 8A

Economic Growth and Development--Brooks County

New Brooks Chamber President Looks Ahead

Ja 13 94 89(93), 1A

Economic Growth and Development--Cobb County

Cobb Citizens Fearing Economic Impact

Jl 30 94 89(289), 6A

Economic Growth and Development--Douglas

Douglas Sales Meerry

Nv 27 94 90(43), 8A

Economic Growth and Development--Douglas County

Coffee's Booming Economy

Sp 4 94 89(324), 6A

Economic Growth and Development--Georgia

Black Georgians' Rising Buying Power May Not Pay Off

Ag 20 94 89(309), 1A

Can Georgians Handle Growth? (editorial)

Mr 17 94 89(156), 4A

Economic Forecast Looks Good

Ja 16 94 89(96), 1D

Foreign Investiment a Boon to Georgia's Economy

Oc 13 94 89(363), 6A

Georgia to Gain Jobs, Raise Unemployment Rate

My 25 94 89(223), 1A

Georgia Tries Wooing Cable Manufacturer

Ap 15 94 89(183), 7B

Job Outlook Less Promising

Mr 1 94 89(140), 5B

Making A Difference

Ap 24 94 89(192), Supplement

What's the Fastest-Growing State in the East? Try Georgia

Mr 16 94 89(155), 1A

Economic Growth and Development--Lowndes County

Cities to Apply Jointly for Grant Aid

Ap 8 94 89(176), 3A

Director Hiring Closer

Mr 29 94 89(168), 2A

Expand Industry, Don't be Moody Dependent (letter)

Je 15 94 89(244), 4A

In Which Economic Direction Should We Go? (editorial)

Ap 24 94 89(192), 4A

Economic Growth and Development--Tift County

Cities to Apply Jointly for Grant Aid

Ap 8 94 89(176), 3A

Economic Growth and Development--Valdosta

Cost of Living Rises in Valdosta

My 24 94 89(222), 3A

Economic Future Needs New Educational Attitude

Ap 3 94 89(171), 1D

Economic News Good for Region

Jl 24 94 89(283), 1A

Firm Grew out of "Squabble"

Ap 3 94 89(171), 5B, 8B

Holiday Shopping Surging

Dc 21 94 90(67), 1A

Home Schooling Becoming Popular

Ja 10 94 89(90), 1A, 2A

Local Economy Has Bright Future

Oc 23 94 90(8), 7C

Lomax Major Figure in Education

Fe 16 94 89(127), 1C

Lowndes Future in Good Hands

Ja 21 94 89(101), 4A

Officials Doubt Orange Disaster Could Befall Lowndes's Finances

Dc 20 94 90(66), 4A

Planned Superstores Promise Choice Jobs

Je 29 94 89(258), 1A

Poultry Plans Halted

Ap 22 94 89(190), 1A

Retailers Report Strong Weekend; Next the Long Haul

Nv 28 94 90(44), 8A

The Super K Experience

Je 30 94 89(259), 1A

Unbalanced Growth Can Hurt Valdosta (editorial)

Je 30 94 89(259), 6A

Val Tech Money Still in Budget

Fe 22 94 89(133), 1A

Val Tech Waits for Funding

Fe 23 94 89(134), 8A

Valdosta Fared Well with Economy, Services

Dc 31 94 90(77), 1A

Valdosta's Cost of Living Rises

Mr 23 94 89(162), 3A

VSU Professors' Book Deals with Development

Fe 6 94 89(117), 1D

E'Dalgo, Dot Tyson

Obituary

Dc 14 94 90(60), 2A

Edmondson, Eva H.

Obituary

Ja 10 94 89(90), 2A

Edmondson, Lyda Webb

Obituary

My 10 94 89(208), 2A

Edmondson, Theron "Nip"

Obituary

Oc 4 94 89(354), 2A

Oc 5 94 89(355), 2A

Education

Child Care Center Owner Knows Education's Worth

Fe 7 94 89(118), 1A

Counties Asses Educational Needs

Mr 25 94 89(164), 3A

Education Meeting to Be Held Today

My 17 94 89(215), 3A

LAE Members Lobby Legislators

Mr 1 94 89(140), 3B

Newspapers Work for Education (editorial)

Mr 10 94 89(149), 4A

Poll Shows Public's Ideas on Education (editorial)

Mr 6 94 89(145), 6A

Project Focuses on Using Cameras in Curriculum

Mr 22 94 89(161), 2B

Working to Get More Children Interested in Math at an Early Age

Jl 11 94 89(270), 4B

Education--Berrien County

Berrien Recall Stopped

My 12 94 89(210), 1A

Education--Calhoun County

Let's Teach Our Students

Ap 26 94 89(194), 4A

Education--Columbus

Students, Parents Filing Complaints

Mr 5 94 89(144), 5A

Education--Cook County

Consolidation Not An Evil Idea

Ja 14 94 89(94), 4A

Cook Students Get Corporate Pres

Fe 27 94 89(138), 1D

Public Hearing Set for Adel

Mr 15 94 89(154), 5A

Education--Crawford County

Albanian Transfer Student Stripped of Crawford County's Valedictorian Honor

Ap 3 94 89(171), 1A

Education--Echols County

County School Officials Refine Grant Review

Ap 14 94 89(182), 3A

Education--Evans County

County Sticks by Policy, May Lose Funds

Ja 21 94 89(101), 6A

Education--Georgia

Budget Negotiators Agree to Expand Tech Schools

Mr 11 94 89(150), 6A

Committee Kills Child Support Bill

Mr 8 94 89(147), 1A

Committee Stalled on Gun Bill

Mr 8 94 89(147), 5A

A Decision for Education (editorial)

Dc 18 94 90(64), 4A

Education Hits Lottery Jackpot

Jl 11 94 89(270), 1A

General Diploma May Be Eliminated

Mr 11 94 89(150), 1A

General Diplomas End a Boom for Students (editorial)

Ap 20 94 89(188), 4A

Georgia Scores on Skills Test Similar to Last Years

My 28 94 89(226), 6A

Gifted Classes Favor South's White Students

Dc 4 94 90(50), 10A

Governor to Portpone Grants Program

Fe 8 94 89(119), 3A

High School Reading Requirements Harder

Ja 23 94 89(103), 1B

Longer School Days May Be Coming (letter)

Je 28 94 89(257), 4A

Miller Announces School Plan

Dc 21 94 90(67), 6B

Network of Wires Connect Teachers, Classrooms Statewide

My 11 94 89(209), 8A

NIE Update

Fe 6 94 89(117), 10C

The Problem with Education

Je 9 94 89(238), 4A

School Board Votes to Eliminate Diploma

Ap 15 94 89(183), 5A

Senator Turner Named to Education Committee

Je 7 94 89(236), 3A

State School Super Visits Valdosta

Jl 15 94 89(274), 7A

Two of Georgia's Proposed Math Texts Aren't Really Books

Jl 10 94 89(269), 6A

University Status Prospects Fall Short

My 13 94 89(211), 1A

Unprecedented Education Transition Producing Tension, Accord

Dc 5 94 90(51), 2A

Education--Jonesboro

Board of Education Meeting Probed

Jl 23 94 89(282), 9A

Education--Liberty County

Valdosta Native Honored for Her Work as Teacher

Je 27 94 89(256), 2B

Education--Lowndes County

1994 a Good Year for Local Education

Dc 29 94 90(75), 3A

County School Officials Refine Grant Review

Ap 14 94 89(182), 3A

Illiteracy Problem Across the Country (editorial)

Sp 14 94 89(334), 4A

A Local Effort Toward Improving Education

Je 8 94 89(237), 4A

Lowndes School Spending Doesn't Include Salary Hikes

My 11 94 89(209), 1A

Education--Ray City

Ray City Recall Effort Struck Down

Mr 19 94 89(158), 3A

Education--Valdosta

Course Drives Sown Teen's Insurance Rate

Ja 17 94 89(97), 2B

Economic Future Needs New Educational Attitude

Ap 3 94 89(171), 1D

Head Start Workers Trained on Abuse

My 10 94 89(208), 3A

Home Schooling Becoming Popular

Ja 10 94 89(90), 1A, 2A

U.S. Education Secretary to Be Part of Town Meeting

Ap 19 94 89(187), 3A

Valdosta Board Backs Consolidation Study

Mr 15 94 89(154), 1A

Valdosta BOE Budget Approved

Je 21 94 89(250), 1A

Valdosta BOE Split on Wards

Sp 13 94 89(333), 1A

Valdosta Part of Arts Conference

Ja 18 94 89(98), 3A

Vote No to Consolidation

Fe 25 94 89(136), 4A

We Pay One Way or Another

Fe 25 94 89(136), 4A

Educational Tests and Measurements

Georgia Scores on Skills Test Similar to Last Years

My 28 94 89(226), 6A

Juniors' Test Scores on the Rise

My 12 94 89(210), 1A

Test Rescheduled for Athens Students

My 5 94 89(203), 7A

Edwards, Beth

Edwards-Kirby

Engagement

Ja 14 94 89(94), 2B

Kirby-Edwards

Wedding

Je 7 94 89(236), 2B

Parties Honor Kirby-Edwards

My 22 94 89(220), 5B

Edwards, Jesse T.

Memorial

Sp 18 94 89(338), 3A

Edwards, Kelly

Coleman-Edwards

Wedding

Jl 19 94 89(278), 2B

Copeland-Edwards

Wedding

Sp 21 94 89(341), 2B

Edwards-Copeland

Engagement

My 8 94 89(206), 2B

Edwards, Michael

One Night Changed His Life

My 22 94 89(220), 1A

Edwards, W.L. "Cut" Jr.

Veteran Youth Sports Leader Has Field Named in His Honor

Oc 26 94 90(11), 1A

Eger, Keley Lynn

Eger-Brown

Engagement

Sp 4 94 89(324), 4C

Ehlo, Craig

Hawks Find Key Player in Ehlo

Ja 9 94 89(86), 7C

Eigenbrode, Brandon

Birth

Dc 18 94 90(64), 3C

Elderly

Community Service to Distribute Food Bags

Ap 19 94 89(187), 3A

Eat Better--Live Longer, Seniors

Fe 4 94 89(115), 1B

Elderly More Susceptible to Fraud Deception

Oc 6 94 89(356), 2C

"ELF Helps Elderly Get Food"

Ja 17 94 89(97), 1A

Older Workers Get "Second Harvest"

Ja 21 94 89(101), 5A

Senior Population Doubling by 2030

Ja 21 94 89(101), 2B

Standing up for the Elderly

Mr 15 94 89(154), 4A

Supplies Needed for Elderly Flood Victims

Ag 9 94 89(298), 3B

Town Meeting on Aging Thusday

Je 22 94 89(251), 2B

Elderly--Brunswick

81-Year-Old Gets Her Diploma

My 30 94 89(228), 5A

Elderly--Cook County

Cook County Group Working to Help Area's Youth, Elderly Citizens

Dc 15 94 90(61), 7A

Elderly--Echols County

Food Bags Ready for Thursday Distribution

Mr 15 94 89(154), 5A

Elderly--Lowndes County

Food Assistance Available for Qualifying Senior Citizens

Ag 11 94 89(300), 1A

Food Bags Ready for Thursday Distribution

Mr 15 94 89(154), 5A

Elderly--Valdosta

Elderly Pair Faces Danger in Rotting Trailor

Je 30 94 89(259), 1A

Seniors Celebrate Long Life and Good Health This Month

My 13 94 89(211), 2B

State Agency Awards Grant to Elderly Workers

Sp 14 94 89(334), 5A

Temporary Living Arrangements for Seniors at Langdale Place

My 27 94 89(225), 2B

Transportation in Valdosta Needed for Senior Citizens

Sp 22 94 89(342), 2C

Elders, Jocelyn

Elders Crosses Line Criticizing Secrets (editorial)

Je 29 94 89(258), 4A

Elections--Adel

Jackson, Hamilton Win in Cook

Nv 10 94 90(26), 2A

Elections--Athens

Elected Official Wins with Help of Rock Band

Ag 11 94 89(300), 5A

Elections--Atlanta

Atlanta Council Slashes Police Budget

Fe 13 94 89(124), 6A

Baker, Sizemore Win PSC Runoffs

Ag 10 94 89(299), 3A

Bell Works for Election Eligibility

My 13 94 89(211), 6A

Former Police Chief Caought in Quandary

My 7 94 89(205), 5A

Jones Stages One-Man Show at TV Debate

Oc 11 94 89(361), 3A

Elections--Berrien County

Berrien Recall Stopped

My 12 94 89(210), 1A

NAACP Sues Berrien to Give Minorities Chance to Win Elections

Jl 1 94 89(260), 1A

Elections--Cecil

Different Trio Seeks Cecil Mayor's Post

Fe 15 94 89(126), 1A

Elections--Colquitt County

Horkan to Run for Judge's Seat

Ap 29 94 89(197), 3A

Elections--Georgia

Advisor Claims Casino Deal Didn't Worry Millner Much

Ag 26 94 89(315), 5A

Ag Chief Takes State to Court

Jl 8 94 89(267), 5A

Analyst Says District Guidelines Needed

Sp 19 94 89(339), 5A

Area Elections Show Incumbents Keeping Seats

Jl 20 94 89(279), 6A

Ben Jones Running Music Video, Anti-Gingrich Ad

Je 23 94 89(252), 5A

Bibb Businessman Qualifies for Election

Ap 27 94 89(195), 3A

Bishop Defeats Bush; Mathis Holds Lead

Jl 20 94 89(279), 6A

Bishop Leads Way in Second District

Nv 9 94 90(25), 1B

Black Leaders Turning Away from Valdosta

Oc 26 94 90(11), 1A

Bowers Ends Ryles Investigation

Ap 28 94 89(196), 7A

Bush, Bishop Facing Election with Similar Points of View

Jl 4 94 89(263), 3A

Campaign Activity Heats Up

Nv 6 94 90(22), 7A

Campaign Consultants Rolling Their Sleeves Up

Ap 10 94 89(178), 3A

Candidate Asks for Investigation into Questionable State Grants

My 10 94 89(208), 5A

Candidate Directs Fire at Miller

Mr 11 94 89(150), 5A

Candidate for Congress Talks Experience

Je 7 94 89(236), 3A

Candidate Millner Tries to Explain Past Casino Links

Ag 23 94 89(312), 3A

Candidate Promises Enhanced Quality of Life

Ap 19 94 89(187), 3A

Candidate Says He's Running So Bishop Doesn't Get "Free Ride"

Ag 30 94 89(319), 3A

Candidate Walking on Campaign Trail

Je 5 94 89(234), 7A

Candidates Battle for Votes in Eight Districts

Jl 20 94 89(279), 7A

Candidates Should Focus on Real Issues (editorial)

Ag 10 94 89(299), 4A

Candidates Sorry for Statement

My 5 94 89(203), 5A

With Candidates, the Nose Knows (editorial)

Sp 7 94 89(327), 4A

Casting a Vote to Have Elections (editorial)

Jl 13 94 89(272), 4A

Challenge to Bishop Brings Mixed Feelings

My 15 94 89(213), 1A

Chambilss, Mathis Debate the Issues

Oc 16 94 90(1), 1A

Chambliss Ready to Face Mathis

Ag 15 94 89(304), 1A

Cleland: Primaries Are on Despite Flooding Disaster

Jl 15 94 89(274), 1A

Clinton Scores Low with Georgia Voters

Sp 18 94 89(338), 6A

Contenders Prepare for Final Round

Jl 21 94 89(280), 1A

Districi 176 Voters to Cast Another Ballot in November

Ag 19 94 89(308), 1A

District 178: Alma Williams (editorial)

Jl 17 94 89(276), 4A

District 178 Candidates Don't Want Mud Fight

Je 12 94 89(241), 6A

District 176 Candidates Seek S.G.A. Future

Je 5 94 89(234), 1A, 2A

District 166: Hanson Carter (editorial)

Jl 17 94 89(276), 4A

Dorough Hoping to Shake Plenty of Hands and Get Plenty of Votes

Jl 15 94 89(274), 4A

"Economic Conservative" Setting Sites on PSC

Jl 1 94 89(260), 5A

Election Battle Heats Up

Sp 22 94 89(342), 5A

Election Observers Sent to Georgia

Nv 8 94 90(24), 5A

Electoral Suprises Unlikely

Jl 21 94 89(280), 1A

Ethics Panel Orders Ryles to Refund Mondy

Sp 23 94 89(343), 7A

Exit Poll: State Flag Controversy Hurt Miller

Nv 9 94 90(25), 1B

Experts Say Miller, Millner Prison Plans Won't Stop Crime

Sp 26 94 89(346), 1A

Feds Turn Down Election Runoff Law

Ag 31 94 89(320), 6A

Fighting Against the Liberals (editorial)

My 20 94 89(218), 4A

Flooded Counties Relax Election Rules

Jl 17 94 89(276), 5A

Flooding is Blamed for Light Electin Turnout

Jl 20 94 89(279), 7A

Floods Rearrange Some Voting Plans

Jl 19 94 89(278), 1A

Four Choices for Public Service Commission Nominations (editorial)

Jl 17 94 89(276), 4A

Georgia Heading to Polls Today

Jl 19 94 89(278), 1A

Georgia House of Representatives District 176: Jay Shaw (editorial)

Jl 17 94 89(276), 4A

Georgians Split on Election (opinion)

Ag 28 94 89(317), 4A

Georgia's Battle for Governor (opinion)

Sp 23 94 89(343), 6A

Georgia's Voters as Victims

Nv 9 94 90(25), 3B

GOP Debate

Jl 14 94 89(273), 1A

Governors Race Offers Choice

My 30 94 89(228), 3A

Group to Provide Voters with Information

Ag 13 94 89(302), 5A

Gubernational Candidate Wants South Georgia Not to Be Neglected

My 15 94 89(213), 3A

Has the Voting Rights Act Been Misused Recently? (editorial)

Sp 18 94 89(338), 4A

How Lowndes County Voted

Jl 20 94 89(279), 1B

Howard is South Georgia's Pick for Lieutenant Governor (editorial)

Jl 17 94 89(276), 4A

Incumbent Legislators Hold on to Most Seats in Primary

Jl 20 94 89(279), 7A

Incumbent PSC Member Supports Job-Creation Policy

Jl 9 94 89(268), 6A

Incumbent Tim Ryles Leads for Insurance Commissioner

Jl 20 94 89(279), 7A

Incumbents Lead the Way in Georgia Poll

Oc 15 94 89(365), 1A

Incumbents May Face Challenges Tuesday

Jl 16 94 89(275), 2A

Insurance Commissioner Opponents Throw Berbs Each Other's Way

Jl 9 94 89(268), 6A

Insurance Commissioner Playing Two Different Roles?

My 23 94 89(221), 1A

Insurance Commissioner Promises to Stay Tough

Sp 21 94 89(341), 5A

Is Crime a Catch-22 Political Issue (editorial)

Sp 11 94 89(331), 4A

John Knox Campaigning for Guy Millner

Sp 7 94 89(327), 5A

Jones Fights Pitched Battle Against Well-Financed Gingrich

Ag 28 94 89(317), 7A

Knox Gets Backing for GOP Runoff

Jl 23 94 89(282), 1A

Knox Joins GOP Runoff

Jl 20 94 89(279), 1A

Knox, Miller Continue Nasty Fight in Runoff Debate

Ag 8 94 89(297), 3A

Knox Plays Catch-Up with Agressive Stand

Ag 7 94 89(296), 1A

Knox Received Earned Income on Taxes

Ag 1 94 89(291), 5A

Knox Stumps in Valdosta

Je 15 94 89(244), 3A

A Lesson in Democracy (editorial)

Je 12 94 89(241), 3A

Lowndes Turnout Expected to Be Light

Jl 19 94 89(278), 1A

Lt. Governor Stumps in Valdosta

Je 28 94 89(257), 3A

Many Problems Drive Georgia Voters (editorial)

Sp 14 94 89(334), 4A

Mathis to Face Chambliss

Ag 10 94 89(299), 1A

McNair Says Only He Can Win Governor's Race

Je 1 94 89(230), 8A

Miller & Millner Courting Churches

Nv 7 94 90(23), 1A

Miller Campaign on S. Georgia Record

Oc 12 94 89(362), 1A

Miller Clings to Narrow Lead

Oc 14 94 89(364), 5A

Miller: Defeat May Stop Scholarships

Ap 29 94 89(197), 1A

Miller for Poaq a One-Man Show

Jl 9 94 89(268), 1A

Miller Holds Off Millner's Challenge

Nv 9 94 90(25), 1A

Miller Leads Poll

Jl 15 94 89(274), 1A

Miller, May Expand Scholarship Program; Knox Endorses United We Stand Group

Jl 27 94 89(286), 6A

Miller, Millner Call Each Other Liars

Sp 10 94 89(330), 1A

Miller, Millner Duel by Facsimiles

Sp 30 94 89(350), 5A

Miller, Millner Launch New Attacks over Crime

Sp 13 94 89(333), 5A

Miller, Millner Race Towards Finish, New Poll Shows Miller Ahead

Nv 6 94 90(22), 6A

Miller: Millner "Richest Candidate in U.S."

Oc 18 94 90(3), 1A

Miller, Millner Spar on Crime, Lottery

Oc 17 94 90(2), 1A

Miller, Millner Top Governor's Race

Jl 20 94 89(279), 1A

Miller, Millner Unleash Dueling Crime Ads

Sp 21 94 89(341), 6A

Miller Officially Accepts Democratic Nomination Saturday

Ag 14 94 89(303), 7A

Miller Using Incumbent's Advantage

Jl 16 94 89(275), 1A

Miller vs Millner: Debating the Past, Forgetting the Future

Oc 19 94 90(4), 4A

Millner A Newcomer to Politics

Jl 11 94 89(270), 1A

Millner Captures GOP Nomination

Ag 10 94 89(299), 1A

Millner Courts Undecided in Quick Visit to Valdosta

Nv 8 94 90(24), 1A

Millner Draws Newspapers' Backing in Governor's Race

Jl 18 94 89(277), 3A

Millner Hits Negative Campaign Against Knox

Ag 6 94 89(295), 3A

Millner Launches Anti-Miller Ads

Sp 29 94 89(349), 6A

Millner Promises to Keep Lottery

Oc 19 94 90(4), 5A

Millner Staring at Legislative Gridlock

Oc 25 94 90(10), 5A

Millner, the Amateur, Becoming Well-Known (editorial)

Ag 24 94 89(313), 4A

Millner Tour Stops in Valdosta

Sp 8 94 89(328), 1A

Millner Touts Plan for Abolishing Parole

Sp 16 94 89(336), 6A

Millner Unveils First Ad

My 17 94 89(215), 3A

Millner's Campaign Manager Defends Casino Worker Deal

Ag 24 94 89(313), 5A

Moving on after the Election

Dc 18 94 90(64), 5A

Mud Flies Down to the Wire in Governor's Race

Nv 8 94 90(24), 5A

Mud Slinging Part of Insurance Race

Jl 17 94 89(276), 9A

Newsom to Qualify for State House Seat

My 14 94 89(212), 12A

"Nice Guy" Heard Hopes to Finish First

Je 27 94 89(256), 1A

No Decision Yet on Delaying Vote

Jl 13 94 89(272), 5A

No Plans to Delay Georgia Elections

Jl 9 94 89(268), 8A

Officials Optimistic Primary Won't Be Postponed

Jl 14 94 89(273), 5A

Political Forum to Be Held in Alapaha

My 28 94 89(226), 5A

Poll: Georgians Favor Amendments

Nv 4 94 90(20), 1A

Primary Election Rules Eased in Flood-Ravaged Counties

Jl 16 94 89(275), 5A

Primary Showdown Republicans Knox, Millner Get Last Licks in Monday

Ag 9 94 89(298), 1A

PSC Position Accountable, Candidate Says

Sp 19 94 89(339), 3A

PSC Race Features Crowded Ballot

Jl 17 94 89(276), 9A

Ramifications of 11th District Trial Extend Far Beyond District Borders

Jl 26 94 89(285), 5A

The Real Issues of 1994 (editorial)

Ag 11 94 89(300), 4A

Reaves, Shaw Claim State Seats

Jl 20 94 89(279), 1A

Rep. Cynthia McKinney Wonders Who She's Representing in Congress

Sp 19 94 89(339), 5A

Republican Candidates Campaign in Valdosta

My 3 94 89(201), 1A

Republican Candidates Get Nasty

My 20 94 89(218), 1A

Republican Millner Richest in Gubernational Race

My 11 94 89(209), 6A

Republicans Starting Search for Atlanta's Black Voters

My 21 94 89(219), 6A

Results of Recount Not Yet Available

Ag 3 94 89(292), 5A

Retired Colonel Has Gubernational Mission

Jl 13 94 89(272), 1A

Runoff Could Divide State GOP

Jl 21 94 89(280), 1A

Ryles Tries to Tie Rival to Bill Clinton

Sp 30 94 89(350), 5A

Sam Nunn: Democrats Facing Big GOP Trouble

Nv 8 94 90(24), 5A

Several Qualify for Area Eletions

My 4 94 89(202), 5A

Skirmish Reveals Deeper Goals in Governor's Race

Ag 12 94 89(301), 5A

Solving the Election Puzzle (editorial)

Sp 21 94 89(341), 4A

Speaker: District Product of Gerrymandering

Jl 23 94 89(282), 2A

Spearman Takes Swing at Runoff Opponent

Ag 5 94 89(294), 1A

State Footing Bill for Loser's Trip

Nv 18 94 90(34), 6A

State Representative Supports Williams

Jl 19 94 89(278), 5A

State to Seek Emergency Help from Court on 11th District

Sp 14 94 89(334), 8A

Taunts Launch Governor's Race

Ag 11 94 89(300), 1A

8th District Democrats Struggle for Rowland Seat

Jl 17 94 89(276), 7A

11th District Gets the Boot

Sp 13 94 89(333), 1A

Top Democrats Confident, Concerned

Jl 17 94 89(276), 1A

Tradition Drives Knox Campaign

Jl 4 94 89(263), 1A

Trend: More Millionaires Becoming Politicians

Jl 5 94 89(264), 1A

Two for House of Representatives Seats

Jl 17 94 89(276), 4A

Vote Miller, Millner for Governor (editorial)

Jl 17 94 89(276), 4A

Voters Demanding Action on Crime

My 22 94 89(220), 5A

Voters Take Primary Step in Electin Process

Jl 17 94 89(276), 1A

Voters Warn GOP: You're Next

Nv 13 94 90(29), 8A

Voting District Disputes Need Second Look (editorial)

Jl 26 94 89(285), 4A

What Voters Support Hard to Pin Down

Oc 17 94 90(2), 3A

While Questions Remain, Georgia Plans to Hold July 19 Election

Jl 12 94 89(271), 1A

Who Are Georgia's Voters?

Ag 7 94 89(296), 3A

Who Voted How in Georgia Primaries (editorial)

Sp 19 94 89(339), 4A

Without Reform, Knox is Running the Last Regualr Guy's Campaign (editorial)

Ag 7 94 89(296), 4A

Women, Minorities Make Few Gains

Nv 9 94 90(25), 2B

Zell's Campaign Tricks May Help Georgians (editorial)

Sp 22 94 89(342), 4A

Elections--Lakeland

Former Lakeland Mayor to Run for Patten's Seat

My 10 94 89(208), 3A

Elections--Lowndes County

Lowndes Elections Supervisor Zikmund Leaving Her Post

Dc 1 94 90(47), 1A

Two Races Lead Ballot in Aug 9 Runoff

Ag 2 94 89(292), 1A

Elections--Macon

Ministers Oppose Two-Strikes Idea

Sp 8 94 89(328), 5A

Elections--Nashville

Voters Return Former Nashville Mayor to Post

Nv 10 94 90(26), 1A

Elections--Quitman

Butler Wins in Brooks

Ag 10 94 89(299), 1A

Elections--Tifton

Ads in Governor's Race Sinking in with Voters

Oc 16 94 90(1), 2A

Elections--Valdosta

Area Candidates Speak out at Forum

Oc 26 94 90(11), 1A

Ballot Recount Gives Sims One-Vote Win

Nv 18 94 90(34), 1A

Chambliss Joins GOP Victory Parade

Nv 9 94 90(25), 1A

City to Hold Redistricting Hearing

Mr 23 94 89(162), 6A

Defeated Incumbent Asks for Vote Recount

Nv 15 94 90(31), 1A

District 176 Voters to Cast Another Ballot in November

Ag 19 94 89(308), 1A

Four Enter Race for Patten's Seat

My 19 94 89(217), 1A

Gubernational Candidate to Visit Valdosta Saturday

My 3 94 89(201), 3A

Heard Fires Early Shot at Miller

Mr 1 94 89(140), 5A

House Panel OKs Weakened Gun Bill

Ja 27 94 89(107), 1A

House Votes to Erase General Election Runoff

Mr 9 94 89(148), 5A

Mathis Debates His Decision Not to Debate

Oc 11 94 89(361), 1A

Mathis Joins Race for Rollins Seat

Ap 28 94 89(196), 7A

Mathis Poll Indicates Its Candidate Ahead in 8th District Race

Oc 8 94 89(358), 1A

Miracles of Mexican Folk Art: Retablos and Ex-Votos

Ap 28 94 89(196), 1C

2nd District: Bishop vs. Clayton

Nv 6 94 90(22), 1A

Negative Campaign Ends with Tuesday's Vote

Nv 6 94 90(22), 1A

Recount Set for Thursday

Nv 16 94 90(32), 1A

8th District Candidates Make Last-Day Pleas

Nv 8 94 90(24), 1A

8th District: Mathis vs. Chambliss

Nv 6 94 90(22), 1A

Two Races Lead Ballot in Aug 9 Runoff

Ag 2 94 89(292), 1A

Valdosta BOE Split on Wards

Sp 13 94 89(333), 1A

Voters Seek Information, Not Attacks

Oc 31 94 90(16), 1A

Zoning Question Divides Community

Dc 19 94 90(65), 1A

Elections--Valdosta State University

VSU Prof: Clinton Has Core of Support

Dc 13 94 90(59), 1A

Elections--Vidalia

Gubernational Candidates Heat up in Vidalia

Oc 28 94 90(13), 1A

Electric Automobiles--Exhibits

Transportation Exhibit at Atlanta Museum

Ja 13 94 89(93), 2C

Electric Lighting

News Flash: Light Bulbs Lasting Longer

Mr 4 94 89(143), 2B

Electric Lines--Douglasville

Woman Says Power Lines Caused Her Breast Cancer

My 11 94 89(209), 6A

Electric Power Distribution

Demand for Heat Forces Utilities to Cut Services

Ja 20 94 89(100), 4B

Electricians--Valdosta

ACE Electric Buys Campbell Electric

Ap 24 94 89(192), 5C

Electronic Publishing

Judge Dismisses Part of Suit on Electronic Pulbishing

Mr 18 94 89(157), 5B

Local Business President Free on Bond

Mr 10 94 89(149), 3A

Two Valdosta Attorney's Claiming Brooks County Records Withheld

Mr 18 94 89(157), 5A

Woman Sues Judge

Mr 6 94 89(145), 6A

Elephant Manure

Elephant manure Giveaway Popular

Fe 20 94 89(131), 5A

Elk--Albany

Elk That Got Away During Flood Recaptured

Sp 20 94 89(340), 10A

Ellington, Kenneth

Barnes-Ellington

Engagement

Jl 27 94 89(286), 6B

Ellis, Susan

Ellis-Byrd

Engagement

Ja 31 94 89(111), 2B

Ellis, Tricia

Ellis-Wade

Engagement

Sp 11 94 89(331), 5C

Elsberry, Joan Corole

Myddelton-Elsberry

Wedding

Jl 1 94 89(260), 3B

Elswick, Laura Mae Dukes

Obituary

Dc 5 94 90(51), 2A

Elucker, Ella

Death

Je 24 94 89(253), 2A

Emancipation Proclomation Celebration

Recapping an Inspiring Event

Ja 20 94 89(100), 4A

Emanuel, Bert

Falcons' Emanuel Living a Dream

Ag 4 94 89(293), 4D

Embezzlement--Valdosta

Former Clerk to Pay for Taking Church Money

Mr 17 94 89(156), 3A

Emergencies--Georgia

Georgia Managers Discuss Handling Emergencies

Oc 29 94 90(14), 2A

Emergency Assistance

In The Line of Fire (editorial)

Ja 9 94 89(86), 4A

Sending Thanks, Remembering Urgency (letter)

Je 11 94 89(240), 6A

Workers Remove Boy Stuck in Storm Drain

Ja 21 94 89(101), 1A

Emergency Dispatch Services (911)--Brooks County

Some Brooks Residents Lose 911

Jl 2 94 89(261), 1A

Emergency Dispatch Services (911)--Lowndes County

Council Addresses 911 System Deficit

Nv 3 94 90(19), 3A

E-911 Director Promises to Improve Response Time

Sp 23 94 89(343), 5A

E-911 is a Big Problem

Ap 12 94 89(180), 1B

Former Fighter Pilot Takes on Battles with Lowndes' E-911

Ag 27 94 89(316), 1A

Improved 911 Starting in July

My 5 94 89(203), 1A

Local Officials to Discuss E-911 Funding

Sp 2 94 89(322), 3A

Lowndes 911 Experiencing "Growing Pains"

Ap 17 94 89(185), 1A

Lowndes' 911 System Surveying Hahira

Dc 3 94 90(49), 7A

Lowndes Continues Search for Neew E-911 Director

Fe 2 94 89(113), 3A

Lowndes Gets New 911 Chief

Ag 10 94 89(299), 1A

Lowndes Places Call for Funding Help

Je 26 94 89(255), 1A, 3A

Lowndes Tests 911 in Hahira

Dc 2 94 90(48), 3A

Officials Have Yet to Pound Out Agreement. . .

Jl 30 94 89(289), 5A

Valdosta to Help with 911 Costs

Dc 9 94 90(55), 5A

Emergency Food and Shelter National Board Program

Echols Chosen for Food Award

Je 3 94 89(232), 6A

Emergency Management Agency--Lowndes County

Lowndes Emergency Management Director Now a State Leader

Nv 30 94 90(46), 2A

Emergency Medical Technicians

Emergency Medical Technicians--Valdosta

My 22 94 89(220), 3A

Firefighters Fight Corporations for EMS

Oc 23 94 90(8), 2A

Honoring Men and Women Who Deliver. . .

My 17 94 89(215), 2B

Workers Remove Boy Stuck in Storm Drain

Ja 21 94 89(101), 1A

Emergency Relief--Albany

Jackson to Watch Aid Distribution

Ag 18 94 89(307), 5A

Emory University

Emory Signs Joint Venture with Big Hospital Network

My 26 94 89(224), 5A

Missing Student Considered Kidnapped

My 5 94 89(203), 7A

Six Arrested in Animal Protest

Ap 26 94 89(194), 5A

Survey Universal Coverage Won't Help Poor Get Care

Je 23 94 89(252), 5A

Emory University Hospital

Country Star Released

My 18 94 89(216), 3A

Emory University System of Health Care

SGMC to Be Affiliated with Emory Health

Ag 27 94 89(316), 3A

Empire Banking Company

Homerville Bank Ranks Five Stars

Je 12 94 89(241), 12B

Employment

Auditors Criticize Official's Handling of . . .

Ja 5 94 89(82), 5A

Downsizing Just Talk if Jobs Are at Stake (editorial)

My 6 94 89(204), 4A

From East to West, They Love Their Jobs

My 13 94 89(211), 4A

Jobless Rate Drops Below 5 Percent in South Georgia

Je 28 94 89(257), 3A

Jobs for Class of '94 (editorial)

My 31 94 89(229), 4A

Local Work Program Needs Help from Private Business

My 18 94 89(216), 3A

Taking Step in to Job Market

Je 9 94 89(238), 4A

There's Room for Negotiation When Landing a New Job

Ag 28 94 89(317), 7C

Unemployment, Shortage of Jobs Leads to Crime (editorial)

Mr 25 94 89(164), 4A

Westinghouse Plans to Cut 6000 Jobs

Ja 13 94 89(93), 5D

What's the Fastest-Growing State in the East? Try Georgia

Mr 16 94 89(155), 1A

Employment--Atlanta

Delta Mechanics Sent Home Earlier

Sp 1 94 89(321), 5A

Employment--Douglas

Coffee's Booming Economy

Sp 4 94 89(324), 6A

Employment--Fort Benning

CIA Attending Fort's Jobs Fair

My 21 94 89(219), 6A

Employment--Georgia

Atlanta's "Boom" Helping Georgia

Fe 19 94 89(130), 5B

Bill Passes on Rural State Jobs

Mr 18 94 89(157), 6A

Budget Negotiators Agree to Expand Tech Schools

Mr 11 94 89(150), 6A

Continuing to Lose Money, Delta to Cut 15,000 Jobs

Ap 29 94 89(197), 7B

Delta Air, VARIG Reach Agreement

Mr 11 94 89(150), 5C

Delta Cuts Flights

Mr 13 94 89(152), 8B

Delta Says Pilot Recall Now Delayed

Mr 6 94 89(145), 2D

Georgia Becomes Economic Power

Mr 10 94 89(149), 3D

Georgia Had More Jobs, Higher Unemployment in 1993

Fe 3 94 89(114), 1A

Georgia Ranks 37th in Places to Work, Study Shows

Sp 3 94 89(323), 3A

Georgia to Gain Jobs, Raise Unemployment Rate

My 25 94 89(223), 1A

Georgia Unemployment Rises

Jl 29 94 89(288), 7B

Jobless Level Higher

Ag 2 94 89(292), 5A

Jobless Rate Drops in Georgia

My 17 94 89(215), 3A

Jobless Rate Falls as Flood Victims Return to Work

Sp 24 94 89(344), 7B

Jobless Rate Falls in March

Ap 26 94 89(194), 3A

Labor Commissioner Wants to Make Changes in Unemployment Benefits

Ja 7 94 89(84), 3A

Lockheed: No More Layoffs

Ap 5 94 89(173), 7B

South Georgia Unemployment Rises

Fe 10 94 89(121), 8A

Valdosta Involved in Job Fair

Mr 23 94 89(162), 6A

Employment--Lowndes County

Inmate Caught Getting Unemployment

Fe 3 94 89(114), 1A

Jobless Figures Rise in January

Mr 8 94 89(147), 3A

Jobless Level Higher

Ag 2 94 89(292), 5A

Jobless Rate Drops

Ap 19 94 89(187), 5B

Jobless Rate Improves

Mr 29 94 89(168), 3A

Jobless Rates Drop

Mr 17 94 89(156), 3A

Local Work Program Needs Help from Private Business

My 18 94 89(216), 3A

Students Find Work Through Job Service

Mr 30 94 89(169), 3A

Unemployment Claims Rise Offset by Increased Jobs

Ja 21 94 89(101), 5A

Unemployment Claims Steady in Lowndes

Je 15 94 89(244), 5A

Valdosta Man Reaches Reading Milestone

Mr 29 94 89(168), 3A

Employment--Marietta

Lockheed to Cut Jobs

Mr 30 94 89(169), 3D

Employment--Tifton

Hardware Company to Bring Jobs to Tifton

Ag 25 94 89(314), 6A

Employment--Valdosta

Employment Claims Increase Due to Shutdowns, Flooding

Ag 16 94 89(305), 3A

Job Training Success Stories

Dc 19 94 90(65), 1A

Jobless Claims Rise

Fe 22 94 89(133), 3A

Jobless Level Higher

Ag 2 94 89(292), 5A

Jobless Rate Drops Slightly

Ja 11 94 89(91), 2A

Jobless Rate Increases

Jl 19 94 89(278), 5A

More Georgians on the Job

Ja 4 94 89(81), 7B

More than 1,300 Seeking Super K Jobs

Jl 21 94 89(280), 1A

Older Workers Get "Second Harvest"

Ja 21 94 89(101), 5A

Unemployment Rate Drops Again

My 31 94 89(229), 3A

Valdosta Involved in Job Fair

Mr 23 94 89(162), 6A

Empty Stocking Fund

Empty Stocking Fund

Dc 25 94 90(71), 7C

Tourney Gets into Swing of Season

Nv 27 94 90(43), 1A

Endangered Species

Bluebird Poised for Comeback

Fe 20 94 89(131), 5C

Twelve Arrested for Killing Turtles

Ap 15 94 89(183), 5A

Energy Conservation

Fiberglass Doors Energy Efficient

My 7 94 89(205), 8A

News Flash: Light Bulbs Lasting Longer

Mr 4 94 89(143), 2B

English, Eunice

Death

Jl 25 94 89(284), 2A

English Language

English Bill Gets Senate OK

Fe 24 94 89(135), 1A

English in Georgia (editorial)

Fe 23 94 89(134), 4A

Entertaining

Celebrate Mother's Day with Special Salad

My 4 94 89(202), 1B

Entertaining Out-of-Town Guests Big Part of Planning Wedding

Ag 16 94 89(305), 2B

Entertainment

Plenty of Summer Movies Left to See

Jl 28 94 89(287), 1C

Entertainment--Hahira

The Circus is Coming

Mr 24 94 89(163), 2C

Hahira Students Win Competition

Mr 12 94 89(151), 5A

Entertainment--Lowndes County

Snow White & Others Dance into Mathis

Mr 13 94 89(152), 6C

Entertainment--Quitman

Orchestra Will Have Quitman Swinger

Mr 24 94 89(163), 2C

Entertainment--Valdosta

It Must be Saturday Night

Oc 20 94 90(5), 2C

Environment

Environmentalists Proposes [sic] Big Fine

Ap 6 94 89(174), 3A

EPD Names Six Lowndes Sites Toxic

Ag 19 94 89(308), 6B

New Program

Ja 6 94 89(83), 5A

Tommy Irwin Issues Fungicide Exemption

Oc 25 94 90(10), 5A

You Should Have Seen the One That Got Away

Jl 17 94 89(276), 11C

Environmental Health

Cleaning Up Indoor Air (editorial)

Sp 8 94 89(328), 4A

Racism's New Mix: Poor, Race, Pollution

Ja 8 94 89(85), 1A

Environmental Horticulture

Val-Tech Nurturing Green Thumbs

Je 17 94 89(246), 1B

Environmental Protection

Bishop: EPA Should Delay Plans for Now

Mr 18 94 89(157), 1A

Corps to Study Pond's Draining

Sp 24 94 89(344), 1A

Wetlands Bill Singles out Panhandle (editorial)

Mr 29 94 89(168), 4A

Environmental Protection Agency

Clinch Cleanup Bill Comes Due, Federal Government Wins $2 Million . . .

Mr 30 94 89(169), 1A

EPA, Ashland Petroleum Settle Pollution Suit

My 11 94 89(209), 10B

EPA Talk Centers on Ban of Lead Weights for Fishing

My 29 94 89(227), 6C

State Misses EPA Deadline

Nv 16 94 90(32), 5B

Episcopal Church--Doctrine

Clarifying Article on Episcopal Bishops (letter)

Je 16 94 89(245), 6A

Episcopol Church

Renewing Trust Among Episcopal Churches Among Goals of Bishop-Elect

Sp 24 94 89(344), 8A

Equifax, Inc.

Atlanta Financial Services Acquires Software Firm

Ap 6 94 89(174), 3D

Equifax Subsidiary Acquiring HealthChex

My 3 94 89(201), 7B

Equifax to Buy Canadian Company

Je 3 94 89(232), 7B

Software Company Heads for Equifax

Je 17 94 89(246), 6B

Erion, Burrdine J.

Obituary

Ap 9 94 89(177), 2A

Erosion and Sediment Control Act

Meeting on Erosion Act Set for Aug. 25

Ag 16 94 89(305), 3A

Errors--Identity--Humor

When Conway Calls, Watch Out

Ja 4 94 89(81), 1B

Escapes--Atlanta

Georgia Prison Escapee Captured After 14 Years

Sp 2 94 89(322), 8A

Escapes--Colquitt County

Authorities Seek Colquitt Escapee

Fe 22 94 89(133), 2A

Escapes--Georgia

Briefly: Escapees Last Seen in Valdosta

Ja 15 94 89(95), 1A

Officers Search for Vandal

Ap 9 94 89(177), 5A

Prison Escapee Captured

My 13 94 89(211), 3A

Escapes--Lowndes County

Escaped Inmates Caught in Lowndes

Ag 12 94 89(301), 1A

Lowndes Jail Inmate Still at Large

Mr 16 94 89(155), 3A

Two Inmates Escape in Lowndes

Ag 11 94 89(300), 1A

Eskwick, Laura Mae Dukes

Death

Dc 4 94 90(50), 2A

Espy, Jimmy

Jimmy Espy Named Daily Times City Editor

Ap 17 94 89(185), 3A

Eternal Flame--Valdosta

Eternal Flame Springing to Life

Nv 10 94 90(26), 7A

Etheridge, Willard

Obituary

Nv 22 94 90(38), 2A

Ethics Committee--Georgia

Valdosta Lawmakers Get Wined and Dined

Fe 23 94 89(134), 5A

Ethier, Joe

Ethier-Singletary

Wedding

Dc 28 94 90(74), 2B

Singletary-Ethier

Engagement

Sp 7 94 89(327), 2B

Ethridge, Sally

Ethridge-Taylor

Engagement

Fe 20 94 89(131), 4B

Ethridge, Willard K.

Obituary

Nv 23 94 90(39), 2A

Euthanasia

Doctor Accused of Killing Baby Faces Trial in Georgia Today

Oc 24 94 90(9), 6A

EMT Accused of Assisting Death

Nv 20 94 90(36), 2A

Euthanizing Left to Qualified Wet

Nv 15 94 90(31), 5A

Evangel Assembly of God--Valdosta

Evangel Assembly Guest Speaker

Ag 27 94 89(316), 8A

Night of Praise at Evangel Assembly

Ag 6 94 89(295), 10A

Evans, Billy

Candidate for Congress Talks Experience

Je 7 94 89(236), 3A

Evans, Carlton

Sheriff's Drawing of Gun Triggers Complaint to FBI

Dc 16 94 90(62), 8A

Evans, Lessie James

Obituary

Oc 14 94 89(364), 2A

Evans, Lonnie B.

Batchelor-Evans

Engagement

Ag 16 94 89(305), 2B

Evans-Batchelor

Wedding

Dc 8 94 90(54), 2C

Evans, Perry (Bobby) Sr.

Obituary

Dc 2 94 90(48), 2A

Evans, Thomas

Obituary

Ag 20 94 89(309), 2A

Evans, Willie C.

Death

Oc 21 94 90(6), 2A

Everett, Annie Mae "Hardney"

Obituary

Je 25 94 89(254), 2A

Everett, Paul Jason

Paulk-Everett

Engagement

Oc 13 94 89(363), 2C

Everetts, Dorothy C.

Obituary

Ag 6 94 89(295), 2A

Everson, Chad

Brashear-Everson

Engagement

My 17 94 89(215), 2B

Everson, Corey

Everson Returns to Valdosta

Ap 15 94 89(183), 8A

Everson Still Has Look of Champion

Ap 21 94 89(189), 4B, 5B

Evett, William "Bill" R.

Obituary

Ap 4 94 89(172), 2A

Evolution

No Prayer, No Darwin (editorial)

Mr 30 94 89(169), 4A

Examinations

Graduation Tests a Pain, But Worth It

Ap 1 94 89(169), 7A

Exchange Club

Local Law Officers Honored by Exchange Club

Mr 4 94 89(143), 3A

Exchange Students--Valdosta

Exchange Student Looking for New Host Family

Dc 15 94 90(61), 7A

Exercise

80-Year-Old Woman Takes to Treadmill

Ja 29 94 89(109), 10A

Exercise During Pregnancy Not Harmful to Mom, Child

Jl 24 94 89(283), 3Supplement

Stretching after Finishing Exercise More Effective

My 22 94 89(220), 7B

Study: Exercise Fights Disease

Jl 24 94 89(283), 6Supplement

Explosions

Fatal Explosion

Ja 2 94 89(79), 5A

Propane Tank Catches Fire at Hatchery

Ja 1 94 89(78), 6A

Explosions--Atlanta

Explosion Injures Two Firefighters

Jl 17 94 89(276), 10A

Explosions--Folkston

Classroom Explosion Injures 12 Students

Nv 4 94 90(20), 1A

Explosions--Valdosta

Man Finds Part of Explosive Device in Yard

My 18 94 89(216), 3A

Explosives--Folkston

Discipline Held off for Grenade-Toter

Nv 9 94 90(25), 8A

Extension Office--Brooks County

Brooks Extension Office Has New Look

Jl 31 94 89(290), 5Supplement

Exum, Charles

Lowndes Coroner Wins Elected Seat in Association

Sp 25 94 89(345), 3A

Exum, Vernon

Death

Sp 26 94 89(346), 2A