1994 Valdosta Daily Times "F"

 

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Faces of Hope--Atlanta

Georgians Remember Event that Changed Lives

Ja 24 94 89(104), 5A

Failor, Dean

ROTC Instructor Tops at His Job

Ag 14 94 89(303), 7A

Faircloth, Ruby Sanders

Obituary

Dc 10 94 90(56), 2A

Faircloth, Shirley

Landscape, Nature Inspire Hahira Artist

Oc 6 94 89(356), 1C

Faircloth, Wayne

The End of an Era

My 22 94 89(220), 1B

Fairs--Cook County

"Fair" Weather Ahead for Cook

Oc 22 94 90(7), 1A

Fairs--Valdosta

Fair Gives Contestants Chance to Show off Hogs

Nv 11 94 90(27), 1A

Faith Christian Academy

Kids in the Classroom

My 8 94 89(207), 1B

Falcon Cable

Falcon Cable to Award Scholarships to Locals

Mr 1 94 89(140), 5A

TCI, Falcon Sponsoring Safe & Sober

Dc 3 94 90(49), 7A

Vandals Hit Falcon Cable

Sp 10 94 89(330), 1A

Falgout, John Edward

Blasingame-Falgout

Engagement

Ap 5 94 89(173), 2B

Falgout-Blasingame

Wedding

Jl 22 94 89(281), 2B

Families--Valdosta

Triplets Double Woman's Young Family

Jl 23 94 89(282), 1A

Family Life

After 6 Boys. . . Finally, Its a Girl

Fe 16 94 89(127), 1C

Another Plea for Family Values

Ja 24 94 89(104), 4A

The Family Meal: A Time to Connect

Je 27 94 89(256), 1B

Men Who Turn Deaf Ear Miss Sound of Slamming Door

Ja 4 94 89(81), 3B

Need Help Parenting Kids?

My 18 94 89(216), 1B

Why is This Happening? (editorial)

Fe 16 94 89(127), 6A

Family Reunions

Aunt Bea Day Celebrated at Annual Jacobs Reunion

Sp 19 94 89(339), 8A

Clanton Family

Ag 29 94 89(318), 3B

Computer Network Helps Son Find Both Parents

Ja 2 94 89(79), 1B

Families Gather in Seattle

Sp 19 94 89(339), 8A

Families Search Ends with Seekend Reunion

Mr 11 94 89(150), 1A

Family Reunion

Jl 10 94 89(269), 1C

Family Reunited after 30 Years Apart

Ag 30 94 89(319), 3A

Family to Reuinte in Valdosta

Jl 8 94 89(267), 1B

Fletcher Family

Jl 29 94 89(288), 3B

Lastinger Family

Jl 22 94 89(281), 3B

O'Quinn Family

Jl 20 94 89(279), 3B

Sims Family

Ag 5 94 89(294), 13A

Sutton Family

Jl 20 94 89(279), 3B

Who am I? Man Fights Battles as Part of Lindbergh Baby Mystery

Ag 18 94 89(307), 1A

Zipperer Family

Ag 29 94 89(318), 3B

Family Values

Elders Crosses Line Criticizing Secrets (editorial)

Je 29 94 89(258), 4A

A Family Values Reminder

Fe 4 94 89(115), 4A

Family Violence

Abused Individuals Have Places to Turn for Help (editorial)

My 1 94 89(199), 4A

Abusive Parents Can Hurt the Children As Well

Ap 24 94 89(192), 3A

Cooperation Needed for Prosecution

Ap 24 94 89(192), 1A, 3A

Dealing with Abuse

Ap 24 94 89(192), 1A, 3A

Marchers Walk for Victims Rights

Ap 26 94 89(194), 1A, 2A

Not a Laughing Matter

Fe 4 94 89(115), 1B

Troubled Marriage Ends in Death

Mr 26 94 89(165), 1A

Fancher, Donald L.

Obituary

My 4 94 89(202), 2A

Farley, Thomas Christopher

Catig-Farley

Engagement

Ap 3 94 89(171), 4C

Farm Equipment

Many Jailed for Running a Farm Equipment Scam

Ap 14 94 89(182), 5A

Farm Safety

Healthy Farmers Project Takes Aim at Child Safety

Je 16 94 89(245), 5A

Safety Program Doomed

Ap 26 94 89(194), 1A, 2A

Farmer, James Kaleb

Birth

Ja 9 94 89(86), 5B

Farmer, John Andrew, Jr.

Farmer-Boyd

Wedding

Sp 21 94 89(341), 2B

Farmer, Martha K.

Augusta Business Dean Gets New Vermont Job

Ap 16 94 89(184), 5A

Farmer, Rhonda

Farmer-Bullard

Engagement

Sp 11 94 89(331), 5C

Farmers--Albany

Farmer to Pay Workers Directly

My 5 94 89(203), 3D

Farmers--Bainbridge

Farmers Doubtful Aid Coming

Sp 13 94 89(333), 1A

Farmers--Coffee County

Big Year for Coffee County Farmers

Sp 11 94 89(331), 6A

Farmers--Georgia

Bishop: EPA Should Delay Plans for Now

Mr 18 94 89(157), 1A

Farm Groups Against Federal Judge's Ruling

Sp 22 94 89(342), 5A

Farmers Expect Record Crops

Sp 1 94 89(321), 3A

Support U.S. Farmers (editorial)

Mr 29 94 89(168), 4A

Taking Food From Farmers

Mr 22 94 89(161), 4A

Tobacco Farmer Prepares for the Future

Ap 11 94 89(179), 1A, 2A

Tobacco Industry Parades New Image to Derail Tax

Mr 10 94 89(149), 1A

Farmers--Lowndes County

Farmers Cancel Pre-Planting Work

Mr 3 94 89(142), 4A

Farmers Concerned about Peanut Program

My 30 94 89(228), 1A

Weather's "Snow-Fun" in Lowndes

Fe 8 94 89(119), 1B

Farmers & Merchants Bank--Adel

Board For PAB Pays Dividend

Ja 16 94 89(96), 1D

Smith Becomes Assistant V.P.

Ja 16 94 89(96), 1D

Farmers--Quitman

Farmers Given More Time to Improve Chemical Safety

My 18 94 89(216), 9B

Farmers--Rome

Farmers Leery of Genetically Engineered Crop

Sp 9 94 89(329), 7A

Farmers--Tifton

Tift Agriculture Meeting Honors Reaves

My 31 94 89(229), 1A

Farmers--Valdosta

Ag-Plan Formed to Help Farmers

Oc 3 94 89(353), 8B

Farmers Paying More for Fertilizer

My 5 94 89(203), 3D

Farming

Big Year for Coffee County Farmers

Sp 11 94 89(331), 6A

Farmers' Markets (editorial)

Dc 2 94 90(48), 4A

Poultry's Top Product for Peach State Farms

Nv 5 94 90(21), 6B

Showers Disrupt Spray Schedules

Ag 7 94 89(296), 10C

Farrakhan, Louis

Farrakhan Speaks at Funeral of Youth

My 30 94 89(228), 5A

Farrakhan to Address All-Male Gatthering in Atlanta

My 23 94 89(221), 1A

Farre, Brett

Farre Shines in Rematch

Ja 9 94 89(86), 5C

Farrell, Donald A. "Flap" "Douglas" Sr.

Obituary

Sp 2 94 89(322), 2A

Fashion

Azalea Towers Sponsors Fashion Show, Pageant

Oc 6 94 89(356), 2C

Back to School in Style

Ag 24 94 89(313), 1B

Bell Bottoms Making a Comeback

Ag 28 94 89(317), 2C

Fashion Show Friday

Ag 2 94 89(292), 3B

Georgia School Officials Say New Fad is Dangerous

Sp 1 94 89(321), 5A

Holiday Fashions Sparkle

Dc 8 94 90(54), 1C

Jewel Colors, Lush Fabrics Make After-Dark Fashions Shimmer

Ag 9 94 89(298), 2B

Kids' Clothing, Adult Styles

Ag 14 94 89(303), 6C

School Fashions Highlight Show at Valdosta Mall

Ag 12 94 89(301), 2B

Spring Fashions: Loose, Soft-Looking and Romantic

Mr 29 94 89(168), 1B

Strutting into Spring, Modeling School Honors Secretaries with Fashion Show

My 11 94 89(209), 1B

Wymodausis Fashion Show

Oc 9 94 89(359), 1C

Fast and Feasts--Judaism

Jewish People Around the World Celebrate the Holiest of Holidays

Sp 3 94 89(323), 6A

Fastener and Component Connections, Inc.

4th Man Sentenced in Kickback Case

Je 15 94 89(244), 5A

Fathers

Courson Enjoys Dual Role

Je 19 94 89(248), 1B

Father's Day

A Different Time for Father's Day (editorial)

Je 19 94 89(248), 4A

Forget About That New Tie; Treat Dad to Father's Day Picnic

Je 15 94 89(244), 1B

Faucette, Garrett Thomas

Birth

Fe 16 94 89(127), 2C

Faucette, Jerry, Jr.

Hines--Faucette

Engagement

Sp 4 94 89(324), 4C

Faulk, Brandon

Daily Times Names Baby Contest Winner

Fe 14 94 89(125), 1A

Fay, Michael

Spare the Caning Not the Rod

Ap 17 94 89(185), 4A

FBS Software of Atlanta

Software Company Heads for Equifax

Je 17 94 89(246), 6B

Feagin, Mary

Obituary

Ja 28 94 89(108), 2A

Feazell, Essie Mae Swann

Obituary

Sp 21 94 89(341), 2A

Federal Bureau of Investigation

FBI Admits Planting Story in Missing Student Case

Ap 14 94 89(182), 5A

Federal Court--Georgia

Judge Nominees Appear Headed for Confirmation

Ap 22 94 89(190), 6A

Federal Crop Insurance Corporation

Coverdell Hears Tales of Horror from Farmers

Ap 7 94 89(175), 1A, 2A

no headline

Sp 15 94 89(335), 3A

Federal Direct Student Loan Program

VSU Loan Program to Cut Red Tape

Je 7 94 89(236), 3A

Federal Emergency Management Agency

Nunn to Ask FEMA About Limits

Dc 17 94 90(63), 4B

Federal Reserve Board

Fed Reserves Sees Economic Growth

Ja 25 94 89(105), 7B

Federal Reserve Board Member: Move Power

Ja 6 94 89(83), 1D

Feely, Eddie

Tift Co. Coach Recovering from Stroke

Ag 16 94 89(305), 7A

Feeney, Chub

Former NL Chief Feeney Dead at 72

Ja 11 94 89(91), 10A

Felts, Robert Justin

Birth

Fe 4 94 89(115), 2B

Fender, Susie

Obituary

Ag 2 94 89(292), 2A

Fennell, McCoy (Mac)

Obituary

Ap 1 94 89(169), 2A

Ferguson, Jessie Denise

Ferguson-Marcrom

Engagement

My 24 94 89(222), 2B

Marcrum-Ferguson

Wedding

Sp 18 94 89(338), 6C

Ferrell, Ginny

In Tune: Valdosta Student Gets Music Scholarship

My 30 94 89(228), 2B

Fertilizers

Farmers Paying More for Fertilizer

My 5 94 89(203), 3D

Fesler, Brent

Birth

Mr 13 94 89(152), 3C

Festival of Lights

Jewish Festival of Lights to Start After Sundown

Nv 27 94 90(43), 1A

Festivals--Adel

Big Oak Festival Set for Adel

Dc 7 94 90(53), 3A

Festivals--Hahira

Bluegrass Sound Back in Hahira

Ap 28 94 89(196), 1A

Could This Be the Last Pick-In

Ap 28 94 89(196), 2A

A Day in Old Hahira

Oc 9 94 89(359), 1A

Hahirans Throw One Heck of a Festival

Oc 15 94 89(365), 5A

Honey Bee Festival Starts Buzzing

Oc 7 94 89(357), 11B

Honey of a Festival

Sp 30 94 89(350), 1B

Festivals--Lakeland

Fall Frolic to Be Held Labor Day Weekend in Lakeland

Ag 26 94 89(315), 1B

Lakeland Follies on the Way

My 18 94 89(216), 8A

Lakeland Readies for Frolic Crowd

Ag 18 94 89(307), 2C

Festivals--Quitman

Stampede Pageant Winners Selected

Oc 9 94 89(359), 4C

Festivals--Savannah

'94 Savannah Maritime Festival Saturday Aug. 7

Jl 28 94 89(287), 2C

Savannah Maritime Fest Continuing this Weekend

Ag 4 94 89(293), 2C

Festivals--Stone Mountain

Daisy Fest at Stone Mountain Sept. 9-11

Ag 18 94 89(307), 2C

Festivals--Valdosta

Ants' Hillvania

My 19 94 89(217), 1C

Carabet Club Members Welcome the World of Comic Strips

My 19 94 89(217), 4C

Field, Judson R.

Obituary

Ap 24 94 89(192), 2A

Fielding, Corene F.

Obituary

Ja 15 94 89(95), 2A

Fields, Denise

Fields-Martin

Engagement

Mr 14 94 89(153), 2B

Fields, Doris and Gill

Christmasland Returns to Brooks County Home

Dc 12 94 90(58), 1A

Fields, James Floyd III

Birth

Fe 21 94 89(132), 2B

Fields, Jimmy

Lowndes Assistants Move on to Head Coaching Careers

My 17 94 89(215), 7A

Fields, Kristi Nicole

Fields-Cunningham

Engagement

Ap 5 94 89(173), 2B

Fields, Laura Jill

Fields-Hoon

Engagement

My 8 94 89(206), 2B

Hoon-Fields

Wedding

Sp 8 94 89(328), 2C

Fields, Ola Mae Cook

Obituary

Sp 4 94 89(324), 2A

Fiffle, Jim Pipe

Obituary

Sp 23 94 89(343), 2A

Finances

Financial Decisions Are Risky

Ja 9 94 89(86), 1D, 2D

Finances--Atlanta

Blacks' Spending Power Making an Impact

Ag 4 94 89(293), 1A

Financial Planning

Commit to Financial Planning and Start Planning Immediately

Fe 23 94 89(134), 2C

Finley, Claudia Jackson

Obituary

Jl 7 94 89(266), 2A

Jl 8 94 89(267), 2A

Finley, Thomas

Obituary

Jl 7 94 89(266), 2A

Fire--Ambrose

Four Children Die in Coffee House Fire

Ja 23 94 89(103), 1A

Fire--Atlanta

Child Killed in Apartment Fire

Je 18 94 89(247), 5A

"Gone with the Wind" Writer's Home Burns

Sp 18 94 89(338), 6A

Three Todlers Killed in Fire

Ja 27 94 89(107), 6A

Fire--Blairsville

Georgia Fires Burning Down

Nv 23 94 90(39), 7C

Fire--Brooks County

United Way Agencies Helping Family in Need

Sp 24 94 89(344), 1A

Fire--Coffee County

Four Children Die in Coffee House Fire

Ja 23 94 89(103), 1A

Fire--Columbus

Tennager Saved from Fire

Dc 21 94 90(67), 6B

Fire--Cordele

Child Causes Deadly Blaze

Dc 17 94 90(63), 4B

Fire Causes Explosins But No Injuries

Sp 20 94 89(340), 10A

Fire--Lakeland

Lakeland Fire

Jl 16 94 89(275), 1A

Lanier Business Hit by Fire

Jl 15 94 89(274), 7A

Fire--Liberty County

Six Die in Mobile Home Fire

Ap 12 94 89(180), 5A

Fire--Lowndes County

Fire Destroys Family Double-Wide Trailer

Je 11 94 89(240), 1A

Fire Strikes Two Lowndes Residences

Fe 2 94 89(113), 1A

House Fire Injures Lowndes Man

Ja 21 94 89(101), 3A

Safety Group Investigates LCI "Explosion"

Dc 10 94 90(56), 2A

Fire--Macon

Police HQ Fire Deliberately Set

Sp 15 94 89(335), 7A

Fire--Oakman

Two Children Die in Fire

Ja 2 94 89(79), 3A

Fire--Pelham

Four Die in Trailer Fire

Ap 25 94 89(193), 5A

Fire--Savannah

Abandoned Buildings Torched in Savannah

My 4 94 89(202), 6A

Fire--Stone Mountain

School Fire

Ja 8 94 89(85), 5A

Fire--Swainsboro

Swainsboro Building Destroyed by Flames

Nv 9 94 90(25), 8A

Fire--Valdosta

Authorities Fight off "Disaster"

Nv 10 94 90(26), 7A

Chief: Community Policing "Working in Valdosta"

Mr 20 94 89(159), 1A

Disaster Prompts Fire Company Formation

Ag 10 94 89(299), 1B

Family Loses Home in Fire

My 24 94 89(222), 5A

Fire Damages Three Businesses

Sp 13 94 89(333), 3A

Fire Demolishes House, No One Hurt

Oc 7 94 89(357), 2A

Fire Destroys Couple's Home

Dc 31 94 90(77), 1A

Fire Investigation Continues

Nv 17 94 90(33), 1A

Fire Strikes Local Plant

Dc 29 94 90(75), 1A

Fires Hit Area Homes

Fe 8 94 89(119), 2A

Five Rescued from Fire

Ja 5 94 89(82), 1A

Rebuilding After the Fire

Je 17 94 89(246), 1A

Woman Recalls Gown Catching Fire, Melting into Her Body. She Credits Prayer with Her Healing

Mr 12 94 89(151), 8A

Fire Ants

Fire Ant Population on the Increase?

My 20 94 89(218), 2C

Fire Department--Forsyth County

Firefighters Asked to Pay for Water

Je 21 94 89(250), 2A

Fire Department--Valdosta

The Fire Station's Newer Attractions

Oc 6 94 89(356), 1A

Maintenance

Sp 14 94 89(334), 8A

Fire Prevention

Hahira Youngster Draws from Experience

Ja 14 94 89(94), 1A

Kids, Beds and Fire a Deadly Combination

Fe 11 94 89(122), 1B

Poster Brings Student Second Place in Contest

Nv 20 94 90(36), 3A

Prevent Kids from Getting Hurt in Fires in the Home

Ja 3 94 89(80), 2B

Firearms

Americans Mistaken on Second Amendment (editorial)

Sp 1 94 89(321), 4A

Brady Law Keeping Felons from Weapons

Sp 8 94 89(328), 5A

Child Gun Deaths Targeted by Center

Nv 8 94 90(24), 5A

Committee Stalled on Gun Bill

Mr 8 94 89(147), 5A

Congress Takes Aim at Gun Owners' Rights (editorial)_

My 5 94 89(203), 6A

Discussing Vilolence Can Curb Problem

Ja 20 94 89(100), 4A

Eliminate Criminals, Keep Guns

My 22 94 89(220), 4A

Federal Officials Seek Ways to Stem Gun Deaths

Ja 28 94 89(108), 8A

Firearms Supporters Say Bishop Betrayed Them with Crime-Bill Vote

Ag 30 94 89(319), 2A

Georgia, Florida Provide North's Guns

Dc 29 94 90(75), 6A

Georgia Gun Sales Before Brady Begins

Fe 18 94 89(129), 6A

Gun Buybacks Worth the Effort

Ja 23 94 89(103), 4A

Gun Control Worked Well for Hitler (editorial)

Sp 1 94 89(321), 4A

Gunshot Wound

Ja 21 94 89(101), 3A

House Defeats Gun Bill

Mr 17 94 89(156), 1A

I Nearly Took a Life . . .

Je 12 94 89(241), 1A, 5A

I Will Keep My Guns

Fe 16 94 89(127), 6A

Man with Gun Had No Designs on President

My 5 94 89(203), 3A

Medical Associatoin's Journal Defends Firearms

Mr 20 94 89(159), 3A

New Gun Laws Won't Solve Problem (editorial)

My 13 94 89(211), 4A

People Poll: Do You Agree with the U.S. Government Banning Assault Weapons?

My 7 94 89(205), 4A

Sanford Bishop Defends His Vote on Controversial Assault Gun Bill

My 10 94 89(208), 1A

Sheriff "Sitting" on Guns

Ap 9 94 89(177), 1A

Study: One Million Years Lost Annually to Guns

Ag 26 94 89(315), 9A

Unemployment, Shortage of Jobs Leads to Crime (editorial)

Mr 25 94 89(164), 4A

Valdosta Man Wins National Arms Award

Mr 31 94 89(170), 3A

Firearms--Atlanta

Buybacks Net Weapons in Columbus, Atlanta

My 8 94 89(206), 3A

Georgia the Favorite Site for Nation's Gun Runners

Dc 11 94 90(57), 3A

Firearms--Macon

School Adopts Toy-Gun Swap

Ja 24 94 89(104), 3A

Firearms--Valdosta

Area Dealers: License-Fee Hike Targets Small Businesses

Ja 5 94 89(82), 1A

Students Charged with Weapons in School

Ja 26 94 89(106), 2A

Woman Finds Pistol in Her Yard

My 30 94 89(228), 3A

Firefighters--Atlanta

Explosion Injures Two Firefighters

Jl 17 94 89(276), 10A

Firefighters--Valdosta

Saving Lives: Firemen Swing into "Rescue Mode"

Ja 6 94 89(83), 1C

First Alabama Bankshares

Bank Companies Planning Merger

Fe 13 94 89(124), 6B

First Antioch Baptist Church

Recapping an Inspiring Event

Ja 20 94 89(100), 4A

First Banking Company of Southeast Georgia

Stockholder Lawsuit Ends Merger

Fe 10 94 89(121), 3C

First Baptist Church

Her Life's Dream of Working with Kids Coming True

Je 25 94 89(254), 8A

New First Baptist Staff Member Followed Footsteps of Brother

Dc 3 94 90(49), 8A

Sent to Build a Church, They Built Friendships

Je 10 94 89(239), 1B

Weight Control Program Centers Around Christ

Ap 23 94 89(191), 8A

First Baptist Church--Homerville

Forty Area Baptists Minister in Groton, Conn.

Jl 30 94 89(289), 8A

First Bryan County Bank and Trust

Stockholder Lawsuit Ends Merger

Fe 10 94 89(121), 3C

First Federal Savings and Loan

Area Banks Announce Merger

Ap 24 94 89(192), 5C

First Federal Joins SGMC Capital Club

My 1 94 89(199), 7C

PAB Co. Stock Offered

Ja 9 94 89(86), 1D

First Liberty Bank

Dover Named to Bank Board

Fe 6 94 89(117), 1D

First Liberty Financial Corporation

First Liberty Reports Income

Fe 6 94 89(117), 1D

First Liberty to Acquire Central

My 3 94 89(201), 7B

First National Bancorp

Two Georgia Banks Planning Merger

Ja 21 94 89(101), 7B

First Place Christ-Centered Health Program

Weight Control Program Centers Around Christ

Ap 23 94 89(191), 8A

First Presbyterian Church

Men's Morning Out at First Presbyterian

Ag 27 94 89(316), 8A

First State Bank

Banks in Blakely Buys Bostwick Bank

Sp 19 94 89(339), 6A

First State Bank Art Show

My 5 94 89(203), 1C

Gala Art Reception Monday

My 1 94 89(199), 3C

First Union

First Union President Moving to Columbus

Nv 18 94 90(34), 1A

Fiscal Consumer Consultants

Telemarketing Firm Closes Lowndes Office

Jl 13 94 89(272), 3A

Fisher, Murvel E.

Obituary

Je 15 94 89(244), 2A

Fisher, Myrtle

Obituary

Ap 9 94 89(177), 2A

Fisheries

Farm Nets Fishy Profits

Je 6 94 89(235), 1A, 2A

Fishing

Ability to Pitch Helpful in Fishing Outings

Sp 11 94 89(331), 3B

Bass Masters Classic Makes for Memorable Adventure

Ag 7 94 89(296), 7B

Celebration Begins for National Fishing Week

Je 5 94 89(234), 4B

Change in Crankbaits Could Be Helpful

Fe 6 94 89(117), 5C

Competitions Available for Fishermen

Ap 10 94 89(178), 4C

Conch Fishing Growing in Importance in Georgia

Mr 16 94 89(155), 5A

EPA Talk Centers on Ban of Lead Weights for Fishing

My 29 94 89(227), 6C

Fishermen Looking for Big Day

Ap 22 94 89(190), 11A

Fishermen's Carelessness Causes Birds' Terrible Deaths

Ag 29 94 89(318), 3B

Fishing a Great Way to Pass Time

Ag 7 94 89(296), 8B

A Fishing Excursion Unlike Any Taken Before

Je 28 94 89(257), 7A

Fishing Lines Tough to Judge

Je 26 94 89(255), 4B

Fishing More Than the Size of the Catch

Je 12 94 89(241), 7B

"Free Days" Top off Fishing Celebration

Je 10 94 89(239), 8A, 9A

Georgia Fisherman Takes Pride in His Profession

Je 1 94 89(230), 9A

With Hidden Ears, Fish Hear More than Fishermen Think

Ag 21 94 89(310), 4B

Holidays Are Exciting Time

Ap 17 94 89(185), 3C

Hunting Season Opens up Fishing Possibilities

Sp 25 94 89(345), 7B

Hydrilla a Plus in Bass Production

Ja 9 94 89(86), 6C

Kids Hooked on Fishing Can Share Long Memories

Sp 4 94 89(324), 4B

Local Anglers Make Big Impression at Okeechobee

Oc 9 94 89(359), 7B

Luke, Hardeman Win Bass Tournament

Ap 28 94 89(196), 4B

Memories of Catfishing

Ja 16 94 89(96), 4C

Millions of Hybrid Bass Coming Thanks to Georgia Restocking Program

Mr 20 94 89(159), 6C

New Limits on Red Drum

Jl 3 94 89(262), 5B

Now is Time to Ready Tackle

Ja 9 94 89(86), 6C

Outdoor Show Adds to Fun of Bass Masters Classic

Ag 14 94 89(303), 8B

Policy Oversight Corrected for Grassy Pond Fishing

Ap 9 94 89(177), 3A

Random Thoughts from Fishing World

Je 19 94 89(248), 3B

Sapp Completes Incredible Feat

Mr 13 94 89(152), 3B

Time Again for Flip, Pitch and Cast Competition

Fe 20 94 89(131), 5C

Tourney for Kids a Success

Jl 3 94 89(262), 5B

True Fish Tale Stranger than Fiction

Ap 24 94 89(192), 4C

On the Water: 1994 off to a Good Start

Ja 2 94 89(79), 3C

What Phermone and Schreckstoff Has to Do with Fishing

Fe 13 94 89(124), 8B

Young Fishermen Provide Much Weekend Excitement

Ap 3 94 89(171), 3B

Fishing--Adel

Short Fishing Trip Pays off with Adel Fisherman's Prize Catch

Jl 20 94 89(279), 10A

Fishing--Greensboro

Bass Masters Classic Makes for Memorable Adventure

Ag 7 94 89(296), 7B

Fishing--Lakeland

Fishermen Looking for Big Day

Ap 22 94 89(190), 11A

Fishing--Lowndes County

Bass Buster

Sp 4 94 89(324), 4B

Lowndes County Has Public Waters After All

Fe 27 94 89(138), 6B

Lowndes Duo Competes in National Casting Competition

My 1 94 89(199), 1B

Fishing--Milledgeville

Georgia Angler Catches One to Remember

Sp 13 94 89(333), 5A

Fishing--Valdosta

Bassmasters Start Fishing for Next Year

My 25 94 89(223), 10A

Grigsby, Young Fishermen Make for a Great Day

My 8 94 89(206), 4C

Guess Wins Boat Tourney

My 19 94 89(217), 8B

Keeling Reels in Huge Prize Bass

My 19 94 89(217), 8B

Local Angler Makes "King-Sized" Catch

Ag 9 94 89(298), 7A

Three Key Words to Fishing Pay Off

My 22 94 89(220), 4C

Fisk, Keaton

Birth

Oc 6 94 89(356), 2C

Fitness

Everson Still Has Look of Champion

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

A Time of Fitness

Jl 24 94 89(283), 1Supplement

Fitzgerald High School

Ben Hill Hoard Removes Principle, Coach

Mr 11 94 89(150), 6A

Fitzgerald Relays

Area Teams Compete in Fitzgerald Relays

Ap 9 94 89(177), 1B

Fiveash, Chance

Lindsey-Fiveash

Engagement

Ja 11 94 89(91), 2B

Flag--Georgia

Black Leaders Lead Protest Against Flag

Ja 31 94 89(111), 3A

Confederate Banner Returned to Atlanta

Fe 7 94 89(118), 10A

Displaying the Flag is a Responsibility (editorial)

My 31 94 89(229), 4A

Flag Criticism Flies over Holiday Inn

Jl 27 94 89(286), 1A

Flag Flap Irks Some; Others Say Who Cares

My 8 94 89(207), 1A

Georgia State Flag Will Fly No More

Fe 24 94 89(135), 7B

Georgians Against Flag Change, Poll Says

My 6 94 89(204), 6A

Hotel Chain's Decision on Flag Sparks Protest

Ag 1 94 89(291), 3A

House Member Wants Facilities to Fly Flag

Fe 25 94 89(136), 3A

Jobless Man Sues Georgia over Flag

Nv 22 94 90(38), 7A

Judge to Decide on Banning Flag

Dc 16 94 90(62), 9A

Keep Flag Debate on Georgia Soil

Ja 29 94 89(109), 4A

Let's Fly the Flag with Pride (editorial)

Mr 21 94 89(160), 4A

Local Hotel Not Involved in Georgia's Flag Battle

Jl 29 94 89(288), 6A

McDonald's Boycott Planned

Sp 15 94 89(335), 6A

McDonald's Keeps Flag Fluttering

Jl 29 94 89(288), 6A

Millner Raises Ga. Flag Issue

Nv 1 94 90(17), 6A

Ministers Ask Players to Join Flag Protest

Ja 27 94 89(107), 8A

Olympic Officials Mum on State Flag

My 22 94 89(220), 2A

Players Support Removing Flag

Ja 16 94 89(96), 1A

Showing the Flag

Sp 9 94 89(329), 1A

Study Shows Southerners Slow to Fly Stars and Stripes

My 31 94 89(229), 1A

Teds Offer to Resolve Georgia Flag Dispute

Ja 20 94 89(100), 5A

What's Wrong with Georgia's Flag? (letter)

Ag 15 94 89(304), 4A

Flanders, Cheryl

Obituary

Jl 13 94 89(272), 2A

Flanders, Richard Scott

Death

Sp 23 94 89(343), 2A

Interstate 75 Auto Wreck Kills Adel Man

Sp 23 94 89(343), 1A

Flatlander's Fling

Fall Frolic to Be Held Labor Day Weekend in Lakeland

Ag 26 94 89(315), 1B

Fleming, Brian

Woodruff-Fleming

Engagement

Ja 12 94 89(92), 2C

Fleming, Sara

Fleming-Bracewell

Engagement

Mr 13 94 89(152), 2C

Flemming, Dawn

Adel Native Performs on MTV

Je 9 94 89(238), 1A

Flemming, Leonard

Valdostan Invents Lighted Walking Cane

Dc 29 94 90(75), 3A

Flemming, Sam P., Sr.

Obituary

Oc 8 94 89(358), 2A

Fletcher, Harry L.

Death

Dc 27 94 90(73), 2A

Fletcher, Robert Dale

Griffis-Fletcher

Engagement

Ap 24 94 89(192), 2B

Fletcher, Ruby Childs

Obituary

Je 12 94 89(241), 2A

Flipps, Olena Franks

Obituary

Oc 4 94 89(354), 2A

Flood Relief--Albany

First Families Get Keys to Emergency Housing

Jl 26 94 89(285), 5A

Georgia Flood Victims Feel the Stress of Disaster

Jl 27 94 89(286), 6A

National Guard Troops Leaving Albany

Ag 7 94 89(296), 8A

Nunn to Ask FEMA About Limits

Dc 17 94 90(63), 4B

Flood Relief--Americus

Americus Church Offers Sign of Hope for Ravaged Town

Jl 11 94 89(270), 5A

Americus Has Its Heros

Jl 9 94 89(268), 8A

Flood Relief--Bainbridge

Moody Personnel Lend a Hand to Turn Back Rising Flint River

Jl 13 94 89(272), 1A

Flood Relief--Georgia

After the Rains, Cleanup Begins

Jl 15 94 89(274), 1A

Area Residents Answer Call for Assistance

Jl 10 94 89(269), 1A

Bank Seeks Donations for Victims' Care Package

Jl 9 94 89(268), 1A

Cordele Volunteers Leap into Quick Action

Jl 10 94 89(269), 3Supplement

Coverdell Seeks Special Flood Aid

Jl 12 94 89(271), 3A

FEMA Looking for Rental Units

Jl 19 94 89(278), 3A

Flood Victims Eligible for Aid

Jl 10 94 89(269), 2Supplement

Flood Victims Receive a Deluge of Help (editorial)

Jl 24 94 89(283), 4A

Flooding Victims Still Need Your Help (editorial)

Jl 27 94 89(286), 4A

Ford Offers Aid to Relief Effort

Jl 10 94 89(269), 2Supplement

Funds Available for Flood Victims

Jl 10 94 89(269), 2Supplement

Furniture Stores to Act as Collection Points

Jl 19 94 89(278), 3A

Georgia Flood Victims Will Need Our Help (editorial)

Jl 8 94 89(267), 4A

How to Help Flood's Victims

Jl 10 94 89(269), 1Supplement

NationsBank Helps Flood Relief

Jl 10 94 89(269), 2Supplement

State Gives Extentions to Flood Victims

Jl 19 94 89(278), 3A

Supplies Needed for Elderly Flood Victims

Ag 9 94 89(298), 3B

Surplus Commodities to be Distrubuted

Ap 28 94 89(196), 3A

Tift County Rallies to Help Neighbors

Jl 10 94 89(269), 3Supplement

TV Stations Establish Relief Fund

Jl 19 94 89(278), 3A

Valdosta Groups Send Help

Jl 8 94 89(267), 1A

Flood Relief--Nashville

Harvey's Set Up Flood Relief Collection Center

Jl 11 94 89(270), 1A

Flood Relief--Quitman

Brooks Clinic Helps Dialysis Patients in Floods

Jl 14 94 89(273), 3A

Flood Relief--Valdosta

Area Law Officials Landing Assistance

Jl 12 94 89(271), 1A

Area Residents Give Time, Materials

Jl 13 94 89(272), 1A

Guard Unit Returns from Floods

Jl 19 94 89(278), 3A

Locals Wanted to Help Victims

Jl 11 94 89(270), 3A

Floods--Albany

242 Bodies Identified from Albany Flooding

Oc 22 94 90(7), 5A

Albany Battles Rising River

Jl 10 94 89(269), 1A

Albany Buries Unidentified Remains

Dc 9 94 90(55), 5B

An Albany Family Waits for Real Home

Ag 14 94 89(303), 2A

Carter Aids Flood-Ravaged Nanny

Ag 28 94 89(317), 7A

Center Opens to Identify Caskets Lost in Floods

Ag 4 94 89(293), 5A

Child Abuse Expected from Stress of Flooding

Sp 13 94 89(333), 5A

Churches Takle Disaster

Oc 24 94 90(9), 6A

Commission, OKs Using City Land for Flood Victims

Ag 13 94 89(302), 5A

Deluge Bracing for Record Flint Flood

Jl 8 94 89(267), 5A

Elk That Got Away During Flood Recaptured

Sp 20 94 89(340), 10A

Families Move into Flood-Relief Trailers

Sp 19 94 89(339), 6A

Family Hit by Second Tragedy

Ag 28 94 89(317), 7A

Flood Pushes Phone Upgrade

Oc 21 94 90(6), 5A

Flood Recovery Could Take Three Years

Dc 19 94 90(65), 1A

Flood Victims Await Mobile Homes from Government

Ag 24 94 89(313), 5A

Flood Victims Getting Back to Normal Routine

Jl 17 94 89(276), 1A

Flood Victims Seek Supplies

Jl 16 94 89(275), 1A

Flooded College Readies for Students

Ag 29 94 89(318), 3A

Flooded Flint Splits Albany

Jl 9 94 89(268), 1A

Flooded Towns Will Take Advantage of Mitigation Program

Jl 30 94 89(289), 5A

Flooding is Blamed for Light Election Turnout

Jl 20 94 89(279), 7A

Floods Overwhelm Second District

Jl 17 94 89(276), 6A

Guidelines Followed in Opening Gates

Ag 5 94 89(294), 5A

Humane Society Hopes to Unite Owners and Dogs Lost in the Flooding

Jl 31 94 89(290), 3A

Identifying Displaced Dead a Grisly Task

Oc 18 94 90(3), 3A

Local Flood Fighters Assist Albany

Ag 29 94 89(318), 1A

Lowndes Gains Two Events from Flooded Albany

Jl 28 94 89(287), 2A

More Mobile Homes Given to Victims

Oc 28 94 90(13), 7A

National Guard Troops Leaving Albany

Ag 7 94 89(296), 8A

Paint Donated to Flood Survivors

Dc 23 94 90(69), 6A

President Views Flood Damage in Georgia

Jl 14 94 89(273), 5A

Rev. Jackson Charges Discrimination in Flood

Ag 3 94 89(292), 1A

Schools Adjust in Wake of Flooding

Ag 22 94 89(311), 3A

Search for Caskets from Flooded Cementaries May Take Months

Jl 20 94 89(279), 5A

Search for Food Has Deadly Conclusion

Jl 17 94 89(276), 4Supplement

State EPD Officials Say Nothing Could Have Stopped Albany Flooding

Ag 19 94 89(308), 6A

Ten Charged with Lying to Get Federal Flood Aid

Sp 29 94 89(349), 6A

Thousands Apply for FEMA Help

Sp 19 94 89(339), 6A

Trailers Mixed Blessing

Ag 12 94 89(301), 6A

Volunteers Still Helping with Flood Relief

Sp 5 94 89(325), 3A

Wet, Windy Beryl No Alberto Albany Area is Spared from Another Great Flood

Ag 17 94 89(306), 1A

When it Rains; it Really Pours: Ga. Passes Midwest Mark

Ag 29 94 89(318), 3A

Floods--Americus

Americus Church Offers Sign of Hope for Ravaged Town

Jl 11 94 89(270), 5A

Americus OKs Water Restrictions

Jl 10 94 89(269), 4Supplement

Americus Residents Count Their Blessings

Jl 10 94 89(269), 4Supplement

A City Under Siege

Jl 7 94 89(266), 1A

Kids Overcome Flood Anxieties in Support Group

Sp 12 94 89(332), 5A

Shunned Americus Tries to Overcome Adversity

Jl 8 94 89(267), 1A

Sumter Continues Search for Victims

Jl 8 94 89(267), 1A

Sumter Death Toll Rises to 13

Jl 10 94 89(269), 4Supplement

The Worst is Yet to Come

Jl 17 94 89(276), 2Supplement

Floods--Atlanta

Alberto Packed $1 Billion Punch

Ag 19 94 89(308), 1A

Rules Relaxed for Flooded Schools

Ag 12 94 89(301), 6A

Floods--Bainbridge

Bainbridge Braces for Flood Waters

Jl 10 94 89(269), 3A

Bainbridge Prepares as Flint Rises

Jl 12 94 89(271), 1A

Clinton Coming to Area

Jl 13 94 89(272), 1A

Downstream Residents Prepare for the Flooding

Jl 9 94 89(268), 12A

Flint River Won't Hit Bainbridge as Hard

Jl 14 94 89(273), 1A

Flooding Reaches Bainbridge

Jl 11 94 89(270), 1A

Floods Flash Carp out of Home Waters

Oc 5 94 89(355), 3B

Georgia Struggles with Magnitude of Disaster

Jl 14 94 89(273), 5A

Rebuilding Park after Flood

Oc 2 94 89(352), 2A

Triumph over the Flood

Jl 17 94 89(276), 5Supplement

The Wait Continues in Bainbridge

Jl 13 94 89(272), 1A

Floods--Brooks County

Family, Friends Reflect on Brooks Man's Death

Mr 4 94 89(143), 1A

Rain Turns County Road into Wreck-Filled River

Mr 3 94 89(142), 1A

Two Valdosta Attorney's Claiming Brooks County Records Withheld

Mr 18 94 89(157), 5A

We Didn't Have to Think About Danger

Mr 4 94 89(143), 1A

Floods--Cook County

Cook Farmers Mired in Their Soggy Fields

Oc 31 94 90(16), 1A

Floods--Cordele

Cordele Volunteers Leap into Quick Action

Jl 10 94 89(269), 3Supplement

End of the Road: Cordele, Ga.

Jl 7 94 89(266), 6A

Governor Miller Coming to Cordele Today

Jl 10 94 89(269), 3Supplement

Floods--Crisp County

Rampaging Flint Breaches Part of Blackshear Dam

Jl 10 94 89(269), 3Supplement

Floods--Decatur

Roads Close in Decatur

Oc 3 94 89(353), 1A

Floods--Elmodel

Flood Dashes High Hopes for Crops

Jl 17 94 89(276), 4Supplement

Floods--Faceville

Tiny Hamlet Thankful that Disaster Passed it By

Jl 19 94 89(278), 5A

Floods--Georgia

After the Rains, Cleanup Begins

Jl 15 94 89(274), 1A

Continued Heavy Rains Devestate Georgia; At Least 13 Dead

Jl 7 94 89(266), 1A

The Damage So Far: Killing Waters Engulf Whole Towns

Jl 10 94 89(269), 8Supplement

Deluge Bracing for Record Flint Flood

Jl 8 94 89(267), 5A

Family Fights to Save Their "Dream Home"

Jl 9 94 89(268), 8A

FEMA Plans Mortgage Relief

Jl 17 94 89(276), 3A

Flood Policies Few, Far Between

Jl 8 94 89(267), 5A

Flood Sends Jobless Rate in South Georgia Soaring

Ag 26 94 89(315), 7B

Flood Spurs Equipment Rentals

Jl 17 94 89(276), 7C

Flood Waters Haven't Taken Everything from Residents

Jl 18 94 89(277), 1A

Flooded Counties Relax Election Rules

Jl 17 94 89(276), 5A

Flooded State Parks Beginning to Reopen

Jl 17 94 89(276), 10A

Flooding at a Glance

Jl 9 94 89(268), 12A

Flooding Knocks out 20 Percent of Peanut Crop

Jl 8 94 89(267), 1A

Floods Cost Ga. Big Bucks

Dc 6 94 90(52), 8A

Ga. Governor to Host Flood Relief Benefit

Ag 26 94 89(315), 2B

Georgia Getting Flood Relief

Sp 28 94 89(348), 7A

Governor Expecting Tough November Test

Jl 18 94 89(277), 2A

Governor Miller Coming to Cordele Today

Jl 10 94 89(269), 3Supplement

Grants Opproved for Flooded Schools

Oc 15 94 89(365), 5A

Jobless Rate Falls as Flood Victims Return to Work

Sp 24 94 89(344), 7B

Let the Cleanup Begin

Jl 17 94 89(276), 1Supplement

National Guard Helps to Save Albany Hospital

Jl 9 94 89(268), 12A

No Decision Yet on Delaying Vote

Jl 13 94 89(272), 5A

No Plans to Delay Georgia Elections

Jl 9 94 89(268), 8A

One Dead, Hundreds Evacuated in Flooding

Jl 6 94 89(265), 5A

Primary Election Rules Eased in Flood-Ravaged Counties

Jl 16 94 89(275), 5A

Rampaging Flint Breaches Part of Blackshear Dam

Jl 10 94 89(269), 3Supplement

Snakes Called Special Danger During Floods

Jl 9 94 89(268), 12A

South Georgia Dries Itself Out

Oc 5 94 89(355), 1A

South Georgia Hit by Floods in `48

Oc 5 94 89(355), 4B

State Approves Flood Contracts

Jl 22 94 89(281), 1A

Stories from the Front Lines

Jl 10 94 89(269), 2Supplement

Sumter Continues Search for Victims

Jl 8 94 89(267), 1A

Tropical Storm Beryl Drenches N. Georgia

Ag 18 94 89(307), 5A

Waters Damage Crops

Jl 17 94 89(276), 7C

As Waters Go Down, Mental Difficulties May Rise

Jl 17 94 89(276), 3A

What Caused the Torrential Rain?

Jl 7 94 89(266), 6A

You Can Help Flood Victims (editorial)

Jl 16 94 89(275), 4A

Floods--Griffin

Evacuation, Flood Brings Heartbreak to Family

Jl 7 94 89(266), 6A

Floods--Hahira

Little River Swollen by Rains

Oc 7 94 89(357), 1A

Floods--Lowndes County

Floods Keep Some Children from School

Mr 3 94 89(142), 4A

Heavy Rain Raise the River

Mr 3 94 89(142), 5A

Lowndes Included in Disaster Requests

Oc 19 94 90(4), 6A

Lowndes River Cresting Today

Oc 5 94 89(355), 1A

Lowndes Roads Work Continues Despite Floods

Ag 23 94 89(312), 1A

Residents Upset about Road Quality

Mr 3 94 89(142), 5A

Floods--Macon

Groups Reach Flood Relief Milestone

Ag 7 94 89(296), 2A

Macon Residents Should Have Water by Thursday

Jl 20 94 89(279), 5A

As Waters Recede, Macon Starts Cleanup

Jl 10 94 89(269), 5Supplement

Floods--Montezuma

Minister Returns Lost $4,000

Sp 16 94 89(336), 7A

Stench of Dead Chickens Adds to Flooded Country's Woes

Jl 14 94 89(273), 4A

Floods--Perry

Raging Waters Snuck up on Georgians by Night

Jl 7 94 89(266), 6A

Floods--Savannah

Officials Estimate Flood Damage at $15 Million

Oc 21 94 90(6), 6A

Savannah Cleaning up from Flood

Oc 30 94 90(15), 8A

Savannah Seeks Federal Aid

Oc 18 94 90(3), 5A

Floods--Tifton

700-Pound Man Among Those Evacuating

Oc 5 94 89(355), 5A

Floods--Valdosta

Area's Wet Weather Bogs Down Farmers

Oc 14 94 89(364), 1A

Flooding Closes Langdale Park

Ag 23 94 89(312), 2A

Heavy Rains Lead to Valdosta Flooding

Oc 3 94 89(353), 1A

Recent Flooding Brings Attention to Drainage Problems

Oc 13 94 89(363), 1A

Soaked Lowndes Homes Suffer Wind Damage, Power Outages

Ag 17 94 89(306), 1A

Valdosta Groups Send Help

Jl 8 94 89(267), 1A

Withlacoochee to Crest above Flood Stage

Ag 20 94 89(309), 1A

Floods--Warwick

Flood Leaves Blackshear a Mess

Ag 2 94 89(292), 5A

Flood Threatens Retirees' Security

Oc 3 94 89(353), 3A

Florists--Valdosta

A Job by Any Other Name. . .

Fe 27 94 89(138), 1D

Two Holidays Keeping Local Florist Busy

Ap 24 94 89(192), 5C

Flower Shows

Blossoming with Beauty

Ap 29 94 89(197), 1B

A Message of Spring

Ap 22 94 89(190), 1B

Flowers

Daylily Delight

My 13 94 89(211), 1B

Daylily Winners

My 26 94 89(224), 1B

Designing Man, Floral Artist Talks to City's Garden Club Members

Mr 31 94 89(170), 1C

Designing Women

Sp 6 94 89(326), 1B

Flower Power. There's Still Time to Plant Tulips

Ja 28 94 89(108), 1C

Hemerocalis Show May 21 at Mall

My 13 94 89(211), 1B

Pretty Flowers Accent Yards in Valdosta

Ag 30 94 89(319), 1B

White Reigns as Wedding Flower of Choice

Ag 9 94 89(298), 2B

Flowers, Ruth G.

Obituary

Ja 6 94 89(83), 2A

Floyd, Seymond D.

Death

My 18 94 89(216), 2A

Flucas, Crystal Janae

Zeta Baby of Year Crowned

My 15 94 89(213), 4B

Flucas, Hugh, Sr.

Obituary

Oc 26 94 90(11), 2A

Flucas, Lona B.

Funeral

My 29 94 89(227), 2A

Obituary

My 27 94 89(225), 2A

My 28 94 89(226), 2A

Fluker, Ella Williams

Obituary

Jl 1 94 89(260), 2A

Flythe, Jarrett

Birth

Mr 6 94 89(145), 3B

Fog--Valdosta

Fog Warning System Planned for I-75

Oc 20 94 90(5), 2A

Folds, Leila Mae Watson

Obituary

Ag 26 94 89(315), 2A

Folds, Stacey R. "Sam"

Obituary

Je 25 94 89(254), 2A

Folklore--Southern

Disputed Territories "Gone with the Wind" and Southern Myths

My 25 94 89(223), 1B

Folsom, Gene

Berrien's Folsom Ends Career with a Bang

Nv 17 94 90(33), 1B

Folsom, George Henry

Death

Jl 28 94 89(287), 2A

Folsom, James Rayford

Obituary

Je 11 94 89(240), 2A

Folsom, Jane

PSI Member Receives Top Honor Twice

My 10 94 89(208), 2B

Folsom, Jenny

Folsom-McLendon

Engagement

My 19 94 89(217), 6C

McLendon-Folsom

Wedding

Oc 26 94 90(11), 2C

Folsom, Lisa

Flosom-Reymann

Engagement

My 15 94 89(213), 4B

Folsom, Megan

Valdostans' Granddaughter on TV Special Wednesday

Dc 20 94 90(66), 2C

Folsom, Minnie Lee

Obituary

Jl 1 94 89(260), 2A

Folsom, Pearlie L.

Obituary

Ap 24 94 89(192), 2A

Folsom, Robert H., Jr.

Folsom-Walley

Wedding

Dc 28 94 90(74), 2B

Parties Honor Folsom-Walley

Nv 27 94 90(43), 6C

Walley-Folsom

Engagement

Ag 17 94 89(306), 2B

Folsom, Sirrica Tyronne "Bo"

Death

Dc 31 94 90(77), 2A

Folsom, Stacey

Rogers-Folsom

Wedding

Mr 20 94 89(159), 5E

Folsom, Wendy Michelle

Folsom-Atkins

Engagement

Oc 12 94 89(362), 2C

Food

Fast Food at Home. . .Savory Suppers in an SNAP!

Fe 21 94 89(132), 1B

Fat-Free Food Heading for Leaner Times

Ag 25 94 89(314), 6C

Jellyfish May Be Headed for Health Food Stores

Je 20 94 89(249), 3A

Top Dog! Americans Big on Hot Dogs

Sp 14 94 89(334), 1B

Food Contamination

Smoked Ham Recalled in Ga, Ala., and Virginia

Mr 30 94 89(169), 6A

Food Labeling

Buyers Should Study New Food Labeling

My 16 94 89(214), 1A

Read Any Good Food Labels Lately?

Je 8 94 89(237), 2B

Food Lion Supermarkets

Food Lion Sued by Employees

Mr 30 94 89(169), 6A

Judge Won't Certify Discrimination Suit

My 11 94 89(209), 10B

New Shopping Center Owner Has Hopes of Expansion

Jl 30 94 89(289), 3A

Food Relief--Echols County

Food Bags Ready for Thursday Distribution

Mr 15 94 89(154), 5A

Food Relief--Lowndes County

Food Bags Ready for Thursday Distribution

Mr 15 94 89(154), 5A

Food Drive

My 15 94 89(213), 3A

J.H. Harvey Co., Moody AFB Council Helping Food Bank

Mr 8 94 89(147), 2B

Football--Albany High School

Guyton, Jackets Sting Albany

Oc 1 94 89(351), 3B

Lowndes Rolls, 54-0

Sp 3 94 89(323), 1B

Young Indians Seek Early Maturity

Ag 31 94 89(320), 9A

Football--Atkinson County High School

Atkinson County Enjoying New-Found Success

Sp 16 94 89(336), Gridtimes5

Atkinson County Routs Irwin in Region 2-A Contest

Oc 22 94 90(7), 3B

Atkinson Survives Against Berrien

Sp 10 94 89(330), 3B

Class A Playoff Spots on the Line This Week

Oc 29 94 90(14), 6Supplement

DeShawn Helps Rebels to the Top of the Hill

Oc 4 94 89(354), 8A

Rebels Seeking Big Men

Ag 28 94 89(317), 11High School Supplement

Football--Atlanta Falcons

Adel's Tippings Likes Progress of New Falcons

Dc 25 94 90(71), 1B

Atlanta Braces for Super Bowl Blitz

Ja 26 94 89(106), 5A

Atlanta Files Past Philadelphia

Nv 28 94 90(44), 1B

Atlanta Rallies in RFK, Beats Redskins, 27-20

Sp 26 94 89(346), 1B

Auburn's White Signs with Falcons

Ap 30 94 89(198), 1B

Bennett Upset by Question

Ja 26 94 89(106), 3B

Bill Bashing out of Fashion

Ja 27 94 89(107), 1B

Browns Beat up Falcons, 28-7

Ag 20 94 89(309), 1B

Bruce Takes First in Bassmasters

Dc 4 94 90(50), 1B

Case Decides to Return to Falcons

Jl 21 94 89(280), 4B

Chiefs Chop Falcons

Sp 19 94 89(339), 1B

Davis Among Atlanta Cut List

Ag 24 94 89(313), 10A

Decision on Hebert Contract Still Unclear

Mr 1 94 89(140), 8A

Dome Built to Keep Falcons, Lure Super Bowl

Ja 27 94 89(107), 7A

Ex-Dog Davis to Change Positions

Jl 10 94 89(269), 7B

Falcon Assistant Fits Jones' Style

Ag 2 94 89(292), 6A

Falcon Defense Tough to Attack

Ag 19 94 89(308), 11A

Falcons Add to Staff

Fe 5 94 89(116), 1B

Falcons Coached by Who?

Fe 7 94 89(118), 1B

Falcons' Coaching Search Turns to Miami

Ja 15 94 89(95), 1B

Falcons Continue Coaching Search

Ja 22 94 89(102), 1B

Falcons Decline to Offer Broussard

Fe 18 94 89(129), 8A

Falcons Designate Sanders, Haynes

Fe 16 94 89(127), 3B

Falcons Edge Chargers, 10-9

Nv 7 94 90(23), 1B

Falcons' Emanuel Living a Dream

Ag 4 94 89(293), 4D

Falcons End Year on a High Note

Dc 27 94 90(73), 8A

Falcons Expect Big Things from Young "Star"

Jl 22 94 89(281), 5A

Falcons Face off with Broncos

Ag 6 94 89(295), 1B

Falcons Fans Tired of "Bad in Black"

Ja 6 94 89(83), 4B

Falcons Focus Draft on Defense

Ap 23 94 89(191), 5B

Falcons' George Expected to Return

Dc 20 94 90(66), 2B

Falcons Have No Luck in Big Games

Oc 18 94 90(3), 10A

Falcons Have No Quarterback Controversy

Oc 4 94 89(354), 10A

Falcons' Jones Confident about Atlanta's Chances

Jl 10 94 89(269), 7B

Falcons' Jones Second-Guessing

Sp 6 94 89(326), 7A

Falcons Looking for First Win

Sp 11 94 89(331), 8B

Falcons Make Deal for Doleman

Ap 25 94 89(193), 7A

Falcons Make Most of Salary Cap

Oc 15 94 89(365), 5B

Falcons Make Sanders a Free Agent

Ap 30 94 89(198), 3B

Falcons May Give up on Deion

Ap 3 94 89(171), 2B

Falcons May Land George

Mr 24 94 89(163), 5B

Falcons May Sign Jackson

Jl 28 94 89(287), 4B

Falcons May Sign Sanders

Ag 3 94 89(292), 8A

Falcons Pick up Ross from Chiefs

Mr 18 94 89(157), 12A

Falcons Prepare to Meet 49ers

Oc 16 94 90(1), 1B

Falcons Ready for Opener

Ag 26 94 89(315), 10A

Falcons Release Davis, Two Others

Ag 28 94 89(317), 1B

Falcons Showcase Defense Against Charges Today

Jl 30 94 89(289), 4B

Falcons Sign Big Back Heywared

Je 22 94 89(251), 11A

Falcons Sign Linebacker Matthews

Je 23 94 89(252), 10A

Falcons Sign Solid Lineman

Ag 10 94 89(299), 9A

Falcons Sign Veteran Wide-Out

Jl 16 94 89(275), 1B

Falcons Signs Eatman from Rams

Je 3 94 89(232), 6A

Falcons' Smith Remains Positive

Jl 29 94 89(288), 11A

Falcons Smith Suspended for Fight

Jl 26 94 89(285), 7A

Falcons Tired of Waiting on Sanders

Je 9 94 89(238), 5B

Falcons Whip Bills, 27-7

Ag 13 94 89(302), 2B

Falcons Win over Eagles

Ag 27 94 89(316), 2B

Former UGA Star Signs with Falcons

Jl 7 94 89(266), 4B

Gagliano Among Falcons Casualties

Ag 21 94 89(310), 1B

George Excited about Progress

Ag 28 94 89(317), 9B

By George, Falcons Finally Get Their Man

Mr 25 94 89(164), 9A

George Glad to Be a Falcon

My 8 94 89(206), 3C

George Overcoming Criticism

Sp 11 94 89(331), 8B

George Searches for Edge

Jl 27 94 89(286), 9A

Goal-Line Stand Saves Atlanta

Dc 25 94 90(71), 1B

Hearing Added to Falcon Staff

Ja 28 94 89(108), 4B

Hearst Learning His Way Around NFL

Dc 23 94 90(69), 1C

Herbert Makes Return from Injury

Je 28 94 89(257), 9A

Jones Puts Falcons Through Changes

My 6 94 89(204), 10A

Jones Seething after Falcon Loss

Nv 22 94 90(38), 10A

Jones Still Learning Ropes as Head Coach

Je 28 94 89(257), 7A

Jones Thrilled with Falcons

Sp 13 94 89(333), 11A

Kenn to Retire Following Season

Jl 23 94 89(282), 1B

Klein Holds Down Falcons' No. 3 Spot

Ag 23 94 89(312), 7A

Loss Hurts Falcons' Chances

Dc 13 94 90(59), 7A

Nv 15 94 90(31), 9A

Matthews Unsure of Future

Ag 7 94 89(296), 6B

Miller Anticipating Rude Atlanta Reception

Sp 10 94 89(330), 5B

New Look Falcons Still Experiencing Old Troubles

Sp 21 94 89(341), 12A

Opening Game Pivotal for Falcons

Ag 31 94 89(320), 10A

Peterson Included in Falcons' Cuts

Ag 27 94 89(316), 1B

Raiders Regrouping for Falcons' Attack

Oc 23 94 90(8), 3B

Raiders Run Past Falcons

Oc 24 94 90(9), 1B

Redskins Receiver Signs with Falcons

Ap 21 94 89(189), 4B

Remember Me? Deion's Return Sparks 49ers past Atlanta

Oc 17 94 90(2), 1B

Respect All That's Left for Falcons

Dc 24 94 90(70), 1B

Rison Backs up Guarantee as Falcons Whip Rams

Sp 12 94 89(332), 1B

Rison Not Looking for Rematch

Dc 3 94 90(49), 3B

Ryan Still Loud After Loss to Falcons

Dc 26 94 90(72), 1B

Sanders Fails Falcon's Physical

Ap 24 94 89(192), 3C

Schuer Holz Responds to Sanders

Je 2 94 89(231), 6B

Smith Back after Lay-Off

Ag 16 94 89(305), 7A

Turnovers Key to Falcon's Latest Loss

Sp 20 94 89(340), 9A

Football--Bainbridge High School

Bainbridge Hopes to Avenge Loss

Oc 6 94 89(356), 1D

Bearcat Plan Pleased Baker

Oc 13 94 89(363), 1D

Butler Does it for Bearcats' Offense

Ag 28 94 89(317), 8High School Supplement

Consistency Key for Bainbridge

Oc 19 94 90(4), 8A

No Clear Favorite in Battle for No. 1

Oc 14 94 89(364), 1C

Football--Berrien County High School

Atkinson Survives Against Berrien

Sp 10 94 89(330), 3B

Bearcats Overcome Effects of Demanding Early Schedule

Nv 16 94 90(32), 1B

Berrien Atlack Downs Cook, 33-16

Sp 17 94 89(337), 3B

Berrien, Cook Facing Tough Tests

Sp 30 94 89(350), 5Supplement

Berrien, Cook to Meet in Key Game

Sp 16 94 89(336), Gridtimes4

Berrien Down Fitzgerald 18-14

Oc 8 94 89(358), 3B

Berrien Falls Short in 7-0 Loss to Randolph-Clay

Oc 29 94 90(14), 3B

Berrien Looking to Build on Success, Rebels Fighting . . .

Sp 23 94 89(343), Supplement8

Berrien Wins 26-0 in Anniversary Game

Sp 3 94 89(323), 4B

Berrien Wins 2nd Region Contest

Sp 24 94 89(344), 3B

Berrien's Folsom Ends Career with a Bang

Nv 17 94 90(33), 1B

Berrien's Hopes for the Playoffs on the Line at Mitchell-Baker

Nv 4 94 90(20), 5Supplement

Berrien's Region Title Hopes to Get an Early Test

Oc 14 94 89(364), 5Supplement

Berrien's Scott Claims Area Rushing Crown

Nv 18 94 90(34), 5Supplement

Berrien's Title Hope Improving

Oc 29 94 90(14), 5Supplement

Berrien's Wilson Keeps Pressure on Opposition

Oc 6 94 89(356), 1D

Cook Outlasts Tri County; Berrien Falls in Second Half

Nv 5 94 90(21), 3B

Defense Key for Berrien, Atkinson

Sp 9 94 89(329), Supplement4

Rebels to Rely on Physical Play

Ag 28 94 89(317), 9High School Supplement

Scott Takes up Slack for Rebels

Sp 27 94 89(347), 7A

Vinson Faces Final Test

Jl 16 94 89(275), 1B

Football--Bradwell Institute

Coffee Blanks Bradwell

Sp 17 94 89(337), 3B

Football--Brooks County High School

Atkinson County Enjoying New-Found Success

Sp 16 94 89(336), Gridtimes5

Brooks Buries Toombs, 19-7

Dc 3 94 90(49), 1B

Brooks: Class A's Best Trojans Silence Manchester, 20-0

Dc 18 94 90(64), 1A

Brooks Co. Clinches Berth in Title Game

Dc 11 94 90(57), 1B

Brooks County Hires New Coach

My 27 94 89(225), 10A

Brooks County Ready for One More Big Game

Dc 16 94 90(62), 1B

Brooks Earns Freeman First Victory

Sp 10 94 89(330), 3B

Brooks Edges Lincoln, 33-29

Nv 26 94 90(42), 1B

Brooks Edges Turner

Nv 19 94 90(35), 1B

Brooks Gets Past Atkinson

Oc 15 94 89(365), 3B

Brooks Has Chance to Make History

Nv 25 94 90(41), 1B

Brooks Offense Begins to Open Up

Dc 1 94 90(47), 1D

Brooks Routs Irwin, 52-7

Oc 29 94 90(14), 3B

Brooks Saving Best for Toombs

Dc 2 94 90(48), 1C

Brooks to Face Class A "Power"

Dc 14 94 90(60), 1B

Bulldogs Squash Brooks County Comeback, 13-6

Sp 3 94 89(323), 4B

Caldwell Accepts Camden Position

My 5 94 89(203), 4B

Champion Trojans Brooks County Celebrates First Run for Title

Dc 18 94 90(64), 1B

Class A Playoff Spots on the Line This Week

Oc 29 94 90(14), 6Supplement

Clinch County Sweeps Brooks Co.

Dc 21 94 90(67), 1B

Cody Keys Trojan Aerial Explosion

Nv 1 94 90(17), 8A

Cole Shouldering Load for Trojans

Nv 8 94 90(24), 7A

Cole, Trojans Continue to Impress

Dc 11 94 90(57), 1B

Cole up to Old Tricks Again

Sp 20 94 89(340), 7A

Cole's 212-Yard Night Leads Brooks

Sp 17 94 89(337), 3B

Derrick and the Dominators: Brooks County Senior a Busy Player

Dc 15 94 90(61), 1D

Dream Becomes Reality for Trojans

Dc 19 94 90(65), 1B

Epic Battle Set in Quitman

Sp 30 94 89(350), 8Supplement

Football Season Turns to Homecoming to Quitman

Ag 11 94 89(300), 1D

Freeman Inherits Talented Trojans

Ag 28 94 89(317), 13High School Supplement

Region 2-A Showdown Set in Quitman

Nv 4 94 90(20), 6Supplement

Saturday Will Be Quiet in Quitman

Dc 9 94 90(55), 1C

Smith Does it All for Trojans

Oc 18 94 90(3), 8A

Streaks on Line in Class A Affair

Dc 10 94 90(56), 1C

Successful Debut Earns Freeman Award

Dc 31 94 90(77), 1B

Trojans Already Thinking Ahead

Dc 18 94 90(64), 10B

Trojans Back in Prep Poll

Nv 16 94 90(32), 2B

Trojans' Defense Keys Run

Nv 23 94 90(39), 1B

Trojans Freeman Seeking First Win

Sp 9 94 89(329), Supplement4

Trojans Getting Used to Unfamiliar Setting

Dc 13 94 90(59), 7A

Trojans Keep Rolling Ahead

Nv 16 94 90(32), 1B

Trojans Must Repeat Big Win

Nv 18 94 90(34), 6Supplement

Trojans Rally Past Panthers, 35-28

Nv 5 94 90(21), 3B

Trojans Ready to Face Test

Dc 5 94 90(52), 6A

Trojans Turn the Corner

Oc 5 94 89(355), 1B

University Christian Downs Brooks, 34-21

Oc 1 94 89(351), 3B

Wildcats, Trojans, Chasing Titles

Nv 29 94 90(45), 6A

Williams an Intimidator for Brooks County

Dc 8 94 90(54), 1D

Football--Brookwood

Brookwood, Horne Blow Past Valwood

Sp 10 94 89(330), 3B

Brookwood, Valwood Ready for Physical Showdown

Sp 9 94 89(329), Supplement6

Valwood Facing Another Large School Challenge

Sp 16 94 89(336), Gridtimes6

Football--Brunswick High School

Brunswick Enters Playoff on a Role

Nv 22 94 90(38), 8A

Football--Cairo High School

Syrupmakers Complete Perfect Season

Nv 12 94 90(28), 3B

Football--Calhoun County High School

Panthers Trample Calhoun County, 35-0

Sp 3 94 89(323), 4B

Football--Camden County High School

Caldwell Accepts Camden Position

My 5 94 89(203), 4B

Caldwell Still Learning at Camden

Sp 8 94 89(328), 1D

Valdosta to See Different Camden

Sp 9 94 89(329), Supplement3

Football--Central-Talbotton High School

Hawks Enter Dome on a Roll

Dc 7 94 90(53), 1B

Football--Clark Atlanta

Clark Looking for Upset

Sp 22 94 89(342), 1D

Football--Clarkston High School

Recruiters Seeking Luckie Charms

Sp 1 94 89(321), 10A

Football--Clinch County High School

Atkinson County Enjoying New-Found Success

Sp 16 94 89(336), Gridtimes5

Barber Chosen for Clinch Post

Fe 5 94 89(116), 1B

Class A Teams Enter Key Week

Oc 14 94 89(364), 6Supplement

Clinch, Atco Keeping Slim Playoff Hopes Alive

Nv 11 94 90(27), Gridtimes5

Clinch County Sweeps Brooks Co.

Dc 21 94 90(67), 1B

Clinch Falls, 19-6

Sp 24 94 89(344), 3B

Clinch Topples Irwin

Oc 8 94 89(358), 3B

Clinch Triumphs over Lee County, 35-12

Oc 22 94 90(7), 3B

Clinch Wins, 7-3

Sp 17 94 89(337), 3B

Clinch's Jack of All Trades

Ja 23 94 89(103), 1C

Panthers Drop out of Prep Poll

Nv 2 94 90(18), 7A

Panthers Edge Cats for Sweep

Dc 4 94 90(50), 1B

Panthers Record Second Shutout; Cook Triumphs

Sp 10 94 89(330), 3B

Panthers Trample Calhoun County, 35-0

Sp 3 94 89(323), 4B

Panthers Unfazed by Change

Ag 28 94 89(317), 12High School Supplement

Undefeated Clinch Setting Goals High

Sp 23 94 89(343), Supplement5

Williams Duo Leads Clinch to Victory

Nv 12 94 90(28), 3B

Williams Paces Perfect Panthers

Sp 22 94 89(342), 1D

Williams the Catalyst for Clinch County's Offense

Oc 25 94 90(10), 7A

Football--Coffee County High School

Adams Makes Big Play for Coffee

Oc 11 94 89(361), 7A

Coffee Blanks Bradwell

Sp 17 94 89(337), 3B

Coffee County Preparing for First of Two Against Colquitt

Nv 11 94 90(27), Gridtimes3

Coffee Entering Crucial Stretch

Oc 29 94 90(14), 3Supplement

Coffee Hope to Rewrite History

Nv 17 94 90(33), 1B

Coffee Pounds Ware, 27-9

Oc 1 94 89(351), 3B

Coffee Ready for Winslette Magic

Ag 28 94 89(317), 8High School Supplement

Coffee Ready to Explode Against Region Foe

Sp 30 94 89(350), 3Supplement

Coffee Takes Aim at No. 1 Team

Nv 18 94 90(34), 3Supplement

Coffee Takes Second Shot at Colquitt

Nv 18 94 90(34), 2B

Coffee, Tift Get Early Look

Sp 9 94 89(329), Supplement3

Coffee Wins Rematch with Tift

Oc 22 94 90(7), 3B

Colquitt Knocks off Coffee, 24-6

Nv 19 94 90(35), 1B

Keith's Making New Memories in Douglas

Sp 16 94 89(336), Gridtimes2

Late Score Beats Coffee

Sp 10 94 89(330), 1B

Packers Take First Round with Trojans

Nv 12 94 90(28), 3B

Thomas Central Topples Coffee

Sp 24 94 89(344), 3B

Tift County Coffee Top 1-AAAA Poll

Nv 23 94 90(39), 1B

Trojans Have Chance to Bounce Back

Nv 3 94 90(19), 1D

Winslette Era in Coffee Begins with 14-0 Win over Fitzgerald

Sp 3 94 89(323), 4B

Football--College and University

Gingrow's Search Continues

Ja 14 94 89(94), 6A

Recruiting Season Has Arrived: Melton Headlines. . .

Ja 9 94 89(86), 1C

Recruiting Season Has Arrived: Test Scores Key. . .

Ja 9 94 89(86), 1C

SEC Moves Title Game to Georgia Dome

Fe 24 94 89(135), 9B

Football--Colquitt County High School

Coffee Takes Second Shot at Colquitt

Nv 18 94 90(34), 2B

Colquitt Co. Survives Scare

Dc 3 94 90(49), 2B

Colquitt County Blasts TCC, 27-6

Sp 3 94 89(323), 4B

Colquitt County Outlasts Thomasville, 31-7

Sp 10 94 89(330), 3B

Colquitt County Ready for Another Thomasville Team

Sp 9 94 89(329), Supplement7

Colquitt Knocks off Coffee, 24-6

Nv 19 94 90(35), 1B

Colquitt, VHS Top State Poll

Sp 21 94 89(341), 10A

Colquitt Wins No. 1 Battle

Oc 15 94 89(365), 1B

Colquitt's Hughes Ready to Face Pupil

Sp 9 94 89(329), 1B

Henry Leads Colquitt to Another Route

Sp 11 94 89(331), 4B

Moultrie Battle Lives up to Pregame Chatter

Oc 16 94 90(1), 4B

No. 1 on the Line in Moultrie

Oc 14 94 89(364), 2Supplement

Packer Cruise Comes to End

Oc 12 94 89(362), 1B

Packers Close to Realizing Dream

Dc 15 94 90(61), 1D

Packers Crush Marietta, 34-3

Dc 10 94 90(56), 1C

Packers Flawless Against Wildcats

Dc 18 94 90(64), 1B

Packers in Postiion to Win Title

Ag 28 94 89(317), 8High School Supplement

Packers over Valdosta Victory

Oc 26 94 90(11), 1B

Packers Top Cats

Dc 18 94 90(64), 1A

Panthers Drop out of Prep Poll

Nv 2 94 90(18), 7A

Security, Parking Ready of Big Game

Dc 16 94 90(62), 1A

Top Spot on Line in Moultrie

Oc 12 94 89(362), 1B

Wildcats Seek Revenge Against Colquitt County

Dc 13 94 90(59), 7A

Football--Columbia County High School

Valdosta Blanks Columbia

Sp 24 94 89(344), 1B

Football--Cook County High School

Berrien Atlack Downs Cook, 33-16

Sp 17 94 89(337), 3B

Berrien, Cook Facing Tough Tests

Sp 30 94 89(350), 5Supplement

Berrien, Cook to Meet in Key Game

Sp 16 94 89(336), Gridtimes4

Cook Outlasts Tri County; Berrien Falls in Second Half

Nv 5 94 90(21), 3B

Cook Ready to Tackle New Region

Ag 28 94 89(317), 10High School Supplement

Daniels Bolsters Cook's Defense

Sp 15 94 89(335), 1D

Echols Co. Sweeps Cook

Dc 14 94 90(60), 2B

Hornets Open with Loss to Jeff Davis, 14-8

Sp 3 94 89(323), 4B

Hornets, Rebels to Build for Next Year

Nv 11 94 90(27), Gridtimes6

Horntes' Edwards Comes up Big

Nv 10 94 90(26), 1D

Mitchell-Baker Flies by Cook, 35-8, in Region Contest

Oc 1 94 89(351), 3B

Panthers Record Second Shutout; Cook Triumphs

Sp 10 94 89(330), 3B

Football--Cross Keys

Valiants Sprint Past Cross Keys, 48-20

Sp 24 94 89(344), 3B

Football--Early County High School

Early Co. Tops Berrien in Region 1-AA

Oc 15 94 89(365), 3B

Football--Echols County High School

Echols Co. Splits Pair with Turner Co.

Sp 28 94 89(348), 1B

Echols Co. Sweeps Cook

Dc 14 94 90(60), 2B

Hamilton Co. Sweeps Echols

Dc 10 94 90(56), 2C

Football--Fayette County High School

Fayette County Loses Appeal

Je 2 94 89(231), 4B

Football--Fort Valley State College

Fort Valley Coach Used to Big Games

Sp 15 94 89(335), 1D

One's a Jester, the Other Always Wright

My 8 94 89(206), 1C

Football--Gainesville

Bowden Jinx Still Haunting Spurrier

Nv 23 94 90(39), 3B

Valdosta Native Still a Winner for Florida

Oc 11 94 89(361), 7A

Football--Georgia Institute of Technology

Arizona Defense Unhappy with Play Against Tech

Sp 3 94 89(323), 3B

Arizona Edges Georgia Tech

Sp 2 94 89(322), 4B

Cox Eyes Turnaround for Yellow Jackets

Ag 24 94 89(313), 10A

Crowton Joins Tech Staff

Ja 11 94 89(91), 8A

Duke Whips Tech

Sp 25 94 89(345), 1B

Georgia Stings Georgia Tech, 48-10

Nv 26 94 90(42), 1B

Georgia Tech Backfield Hurt

Sp 20 94 89(340), 8A

Georgia Tech Opens Serious Preparation

Ag 15 94 89(304), 9A

Georgia Tech to Begin ACC Slate

Sp 24 94 89(344), 4B

Goff Praises Freshman Class

Ag 16 94 89(305), 8A

Jackets' Cheever a Student of the Game

Ag 19 94 89(308), 10A

Jackets' Duo Fighting for Start at QB

Ag 18 94 89(307), 1D

Jobs May Be on Line in UGA-Tech Clash

Nv 25 94 90(41), 1B

Lewis Happy with Tech Receivers

Ag 17 94 89(306), 9A

Lewis Not Making Excuses

Ag 28 94 89(317), 3College Supplement

Lewis Pleased with Scrimmage

Ap 3 94 89(171), 1B

Lewis Upset by Official's Call

Oc 4 94 89(354), 9A

Lincoln Leads Tech Scrimmage

Ap 24 94 89(192), 3C

O'Leary Names Two Tech Coaches

Dc 7 94 90(53), 1B

Passing Dominates Jackets Scrimmage

Ap 10 94 89(178), 1C

Questions Abound as College Football Nears

Ag 2 94 89(292), 6A

Seminoles Smash Hapless Tech, 41-10

Nv 6 94 90(22), 1B

Shakeup Begins at Tech

Dc 1 94 90(47), 1D

Smith Returns to Tech Offense

Ag 22 94 89(311), 7A

Tech Braces for Swarm

Sp 1 94 89(321), 8A

Tech Coach

Ja 4 94 89(81), 6A

Tech Learns Lesson with Close Win

Sp 12 94 89(332), 3B

Tech-UGA Battle Still Big Rivalry

Nv 23 94 90(39), 3B

Techs Less to Deacons Sets in

Nv 21 94 90(37), 2B

Tech's Lewis Resigns

Nv 8 94 90(24), 7A

Tech's Lincoln Gets His Turn. . .Again

Ag 21 94 89(310), 3B

Tech's Woes Continue, Wake Wins

Nv 20 94 90(36), 3B

Virginia Cruises Past Georgia Tech, 24-7

Oc 16 94 90(1), 6B

Welch Not Fooled by Tech Record

Oc 15 94 89(365), 4B

Whittenburg Named Assistant at Tech

Ap 16 94 89(184), 1B

Football--Georgia Southern University

Adel's Morris Saves Georgia Southern

Oc 23 94 90(8), 6B

Player Battling after Loss of Leg

Oc 21 94 90(6), 3C

Report: Goff Has One More Year

Nv 24 94 90(40), 1D

Football--Gordon Central

Dalton School Earns Spot after Playoff

Nv 16 94 90(32), 1B

Football--Griffin High School

Griffin Incident Draws Suspensions

Sp 1 94 89(321), 9A

Griffin Player Injured in Melee

Ag 25 94 89(314), 1D

Football--Hahira Middle School

Hahira Has Football Practice

Ag 20 94 89(309), 1B

Hahira Middle Begins Football Practice

Ag 19 94 89(308), 10A

Hahira Middle Football Practice

Ag 18 94 89(307), 1D

Football--Hamilton County High School

Hamilton Co. Sweeps Echols

Dc 10 94 90(56), 2C

Hamilton County Facing Another Tough Assignment

Oc 14 94 89(364), 7Supplement

Madison, Hamilton to Renew Rivalry

Sp 9 94 89(329), Supplement7

Trojans Hoping to Bounce Back from Loss

Sp 30 94 89(350), 7Supplement

Trojans Hoping to Overcome Bad Luck

Ag 28 94 89(317), 15High School Supplement

Trojans Hoping to Rebound from Tough Loss

Sp 16 94 89(336), Gridtimes6

Football--Hephzibah High School

Hephzibah Still Coming Together

Sp 14 94 89(334), 11A

Lowndes Handles Hephzibah, 42-6

Sp 17 94 89(337), 1B

Football--High School

Area Rushing Race Hotly Contested

Sp 30 94 89(350), 2Supplement

Businesses Discuss Halls Possible Benefits

Mr 9 94 89(148), 2A

Florida, Georgia Tie in All-Star Game

Je 19 94 89(248), 2B

Football Prospects Nearing Decisions

Ja 22 94 89(102), 1B

Full Slate Set for Area Hoops

Dc 5 94 90(52), 7A

Gridiron Teams Release '94 Schedules

Fe 4 94 89(115), 8A

Hall of Fame Closer

Ap 13 94 89(181), 1A, 2A

Hall of Fame Project Moves Forward

Oc 27 94 90(12), 1A

Making Football a Safer Sport (editorial)

Jl 31 94 89(290), 4A

Melton Caps off Prep Career

Je 15 94 89(244), 10A

Melton Shines in All-Star Contest

Je 21 94 89(250), 6A

Melton to Play in Florida-Georgia

Fe 17 94 89(128), 4B

Most New Coaches Need No Introduction

Ag 28 94 89(317), 16High School Supplement

Musical Chairs Continue for Football Coaches

Ap 30 94 89(198), 1B

North Start Grind Past South

Jl 24 94 89(283), 1B

Playoff Puzzle Coming Together

Nv 4 94 90(20), 2Supplement

Playoffs Approved for Dome

Ap 20 94 89(188), 1B

Powerful Region 1-AAAA Just Got Tougher

Ag 28 94 89(317), 3High School Supplement

Preliminaries Behind, Playoffs Set to Begin for GISA Teams

Nv 11 94 90(27), Gridtimes7

Prep Teams Begin March Madness

Mr 1 94 89(140), 8A

Region 1-AA Favorites Unchanged

Ag 28 94 89(317), 9High School Supplement

South Rises in State Semis

Dc 12 94 90(58), 3A

State Title Races Tight as Ever

Ag 28 94 89(317), 16High School Supplement

State's Best Class A Teams Found in Region 2

Ag 28 94 89(317), 11High School Supplement

State's Best Regions Battle for Supremacy

Sp 23 94 89(343), Supplement2

Wilson, Cody, Cole Named All-State

Dc 26 94 90(72), 1B

Football--Irwin County High School

Atkinson County Routs Irwin in Region 2-A Contest

Oc 22 94 90(7), 3B

Berrien Wins 26-0 in Anniversary Game

Sp 3 94 89(323), 4B

Clinch Topples Irwin

Oc 8 94 89(358), 3B

Football--Jeff Davis High School

Hornets Open with Loss to Jeff Davis, 14-8

Sp 3 94 89(323), 4B

Football--Josey County High School

TCC Whips Josey, 34-0

Dc 3 94 90(49), 2B

Football--Lanier County High School

Williams Fills Roles for Panthers

Oc 20 94 90(5), 1D

Football--Lincoln County High School

Devils Have Tradition on Their Side

Nv 24 94 90(40), 1D

Football--Lowndes High School

Area Prep Players Volunteer for Early Gridiron Action

Ag 7 94 89(296), 1B

Area Teams Start Thinking Kickoff

Ag 18 94 89(307), 1D

Bainbridge Rips Lowndes, 33-12

Oc 22 94 90(7), 1B

Changes Should Lead to Wins

Ag 28 94 89(317), 7High School Supplement

Corbett Has Knack for Big Plays

Oc 20 94 90(5), 1D

Dirty Half-Dozen Vital to Lowndes

Ag 28 94 89(317), 3High School Supplement

Explorers Assist Sheriff's Department at Martin Stadium

Sp 4 94 89(324), 1A

Family Atmosphere Works for LHS Offensive Line

Sp 15 94 89(335), 1D

Feeding the Multitudes

Sp 4 94 89(324), 6A

Field Position, Turnovers Disastrous for Vikings

Oc 23 94 90(8), 5B

First Region Win at Stake at Lowndes

Oc 14 94 89(364), 3Supplement

Football Tradition Returns to Area (editorial)

Sp 2 94 89(322), 4A

Hall Adds to Winnersville Tradition

Ja 29 94 89(109), 7A

Keeping the Players Healthy

Sp 4 94 89(324), 6A

Lowndes Back to Work After Win

Sp 6 94 89(326), 6A

Lowndes Comes Oh So Close, 10-7

Oc 29 94 90(14), 1B

Lowndes Continues Streak with One Crazy Quarter

Sp 18 94 89(338), 4B

Lowndes Defense Still Inexperienced

Ag 28 94 89(317), 6High School Supplement

Lowndes Drops Heartbreaker

Oc 8 94 89(358), 1B

Lowndes Facing Difficult Task

Oc 25 94 90(10), 7A

Lowndes Gains Respect Despite Loss

Sp 25 94 89(345), 5B

Lowndes Handles Hephzibah, 42-6

Sp 17 94 89(337), 1B

Lowndes Middle Drills Adel, 32-6

Oc 6 94 89(356), 2D

Lowndes Must Respond After Loss

Sp 27 94 89(347), 7A

Lowndes' New Offense Fits Johnson's Play-Making Talents

Sp 8 94 89(328), 1D

Lowndes Rolls, 54-0

Sp 3 94 89(323), 1B

Lowndes, Savannah Meet at Crossroads

Sp 9 94 89(329), Supplement3

Lowndes Split Two Games with Valdosta

Oc 14 94 89(364), 2C

Mack Attack Hits Indian Defense Hard

Sp 4 94 89(324), 5B

Mack's Big Night Earns Times Honor

Sp 7 94 89(327), 9A

Morrell Plans Big Season

Sp 1 94 89(321), 8A

One's a Jester, the Other Always Wright

My 8 94 89(206), 1C

Position Change Does Not Affect Bardin

Sp 29 94 89(349), 1D

On with the Show

Sp 4 94 89(324), 1A

Strickland Mixes Kicks, Licks

Sp 22 94 89(342), 1D

A Terror in the Trenches

Oc 12 94 89(362), 1B

Tift Edges Lowndes, 14-13

Sp 24 94 89(344), 1B

Tift Still Trying to Get Settled

Sp 21 94 89(341), 10A

Turning the Corner

Oc 27 94 90(12), 1D

Vikes Find Answers During Camp

Ag 21 94 89(310), 1B

Viking Offense Evolves into Exciting Unit

Ag 28 94 89(317), 5High School Supplement

Viking Seniors Face Last Chance

Nv 8 94 90(24), 7A

Vikings Brace for No. 1 Packers

Oc 29 94 90(14), 3Supplement

Vikings Continue to Impress

Sp 11 94 89(331), 4B

Vikings Face Similar Foe

Sp 2 94 89(322), 4B

Vikings Fall to Gators

Oc 15 94 89(365), 1B

Vikings Going for First Region Win

Oc 4 94 89(354), 8A

Vikings Headed in Right Direction

Sp 16 94 89(336), Gridtimes3

Vikings in a Familiar Position

Sp 13 94 89(333), 9A

Vikings Must Put First Loss Behind

Sp 30 94 89(350), 3Supplement

Vikings Open Season 2-0

Sp 10 94 89(330), 1B

Vikings Prepared to Reverse Losing Trend

Ag 28 94 89(317), 7High School Supplement

Vikings See Chance to End Region Drought

Sp 23 94 89(343), Supplement3

Vikings Stay Busy During Off Week

Nv 3 94 90(19), 1D

Vikings Suffer Second Near-Miss in Region Play

Oc 9 94 89(359), 3B

Vikings Tire of Close Losses

Oc 11 94 89(361), 7A

Vikings to Face Another New Coach

Sp 7 94 89(327), 9A

Vikings Turning Focus to Region

Sp 20 94 89(340), 7A

Vikings' Twin Terrors: Manning Brothers Make Big Plays on Both Sides of Line

Oc 6 94 89(356), 1D

Vikings' Wait Almost Over

Ag 30 94 89(319), 7A

Young Vikings Set for Scrimmage

Ag 24 94 89(313), 10A

Youth Shows in Viking Scrimmage

Ag 25 94 89(314), 1D

Football--Lowndes Middle School

Lowndes Middle Football Physicals

Ag 20 94 89(309), 1B

Ag 21 94 89(310), 1B

Lowndes Middle Schedules Physicals

Ag 19 94 89(308), 10A

Football--Madison County High School

Big Game Arrives for Madison County

Nv 4 94 90(20), 7Supplement

Cowboys in Position for First Crown

Ag 28 94 89(317), 15High School Supplement

Madison, Hamilton to Renew Rivalry

Sp 9 94 89(329), Supplement7

Madison Rolling Toward Playoffs

Oc 29 94 90(14), 7Supplement

Madison Topples Bradford 22-6

Oc 1 94 89(351), 3B

Madison Trying to Overcome Loss to Wakulla

Nv 11 94 90(27), Gridtimes6

Suwannee Edges Madison, 15-12

Sp 24 94 89(344), 3B

Football--Mary Persons

Prep Coach Closing in on Milestone

Dc 2 94 90(48), 3C

Football--Mitchel-Baker High School

Berrien's Hopes for the Playoffs on the Line at Mitchell-Baker

Nv 4 94 90(20), 5Supplement

Football--Pierce County High School

Clinch Wins, 7-3

Sp 17 94 89(337), 3B

Football--Pinevale Youth Center

Pinevale Wins Two Titles

Dc 2 94 90(48), 3C

Football--Professional

Draft Stressful for Local Players

Ap 26 94 89(194), 7A

Football--Richmond Academy

Delay Doesn't Stop Cats, 45-6

Sp 3 94 89(323), 1B

Musketeers Know Challenge is Ahead

Sp 1 94 89(321), 8A

Football--Savannah

Female Football Player Tackles by Surprise

Oc 17 94 90(2), 5A

Football--Savannah High School

Lowndes, Savannah Meet at Crossroads

Sp 9 94 89(329), Supplement3

Football--Screven County

Prep Football Star Killed in Accident

Je 4 94 89(233), 1B

Football--Seminole County

Cole's 212-Yard Night Leads Brooks

Sp 17 94 89(337), 3B

Football--South Georgia Classic

South Georgia Classic Finals Set

Nv 30 94 90(46), 2B

South Georgia Classic Opens

Nv 27 94 90(43), 2B

Football--Sumter County High School

Sumter County Spoils Cook's Homecoming, 21-8

Oc 15 94 89(365), 3B

Football--Suwannee High School

Suwannee Edges Madison, 15-12

Sp 24 94 89(344), 3B

Suwannee Still Team to Beat in District 2-AAA

Ag 28 94 89(317), 15High School Supplement

Football--Terrell Academy

Terrell Arrives as Favorite

Ag 28 94 89(317), 14High School Supplement

Terrell Beats Brookwood

Sp 24 94 89(344), 3B

Football--Thomas County Central High School

Central Gets Second Chance at Worth

Nv 18 94 90(34), 4Supplement

Central Now Has Look of Champion

Sp 23 94 89(343), Supplement7

Central Wins, Thomasville Defeated

Sp 17 94 89(337), 3B

Colquitt County Blasts TCC, 27-6

Sp 3 94 89(323), 4B

Dunbar Scores Three Touchdowns; Central Blanks Thomasville

Oc 15 94 89(365), 3B

Late Field Goal Lifts Cairo Past Thomas County Central

Oc 22 94 90(7), 3B

Region 1-AAA Teams Moving up to Compete

Sp 16 94 89(336), Gridtimes4

TCC Avenges Loss, Whips Worth, 35-7

Nv 19 94 90(35), 3B

TCC Continues Chase of Yet Another Title

Dc 11 94 90(57), 2B

TCC Whips Josey, 34-0

Dc 3 94 90(49), 2B

TCC Wins Third Straight

Dc 18 94 90(64), 10B

Thomas Central Topples Coffee

Sp 24 94 89(344), 3B

Football--Thomasville High School

Bulldogs Squash Brooks County Comeback, 13-6

Sp 3 94 89(323), 4B

Bulldogs, Yellow Jackets Headed in Right Direction

Sp 30 94 89(350), 6Supplement

Central Wins, Thomasville Defeated

Sp 17 94 89(337), 3B

Colquitt County Outlasts Thomasville, 31-7

Sp 10 94 89(330), 3B

Colquitt County Ready for Another Thomasville Team

Sp 9 94 89(329), Supplement7

Dunbar Scores Three Touchdowns; Central Blanks Thomasville

Oc 15 94 89(365), 3B

Few Things Certain in 1-AAA Playoff Hunt

Nv 11 94 90(27), Gridtimes4

Fourth-Quarter Outburst Sends Central Past Dougherty, 21-6

Oc 8 94 89(358), 3B

Henry Leads Colquitt to Another Route

Sp 11 94 89(331), 4B

Region 1-AAA Teams Moving up to Compete

Sp 16 94 89(336), Gridtimes4

Second-Half Rally Sends Dougherty Past Thomasville

Oc 1 94 89(351), 3B

Thomasville War Set to Be Waged

Oc 14 94 89(364), 4Supplement

Thomasville, Westover Continue Playoff

Oc 29 94 90(14), 4Supplement

Thomasville's Guyton Gives Pats Chance at Super Bowl

Dc 30 94 90(76), 3C

Football--Tift County High School

Blue Devils Battle Chaotic Year

Oc 27 94 90(12), 1D

Blue Devils Playing for Fifth Place in Region

Nv 11 94 90(27), Gridtimes3

Brodie Retires at Tift County

My 5 94 89(203), 5B

Coffee, Tift Get Early Look

Sp 9 94 89(329), Supplement3

Coffee Wins Rematch with Tift

Oc 22 94 90(7), 3B

Devils Riding Recent Success

Sp 30 94 89(350), 3Supplement

Feely Finds Experienced Gators

Ag 28 94 89(317), 8High School Supplement

Late Score Beats Coffee

Sp 10 94 89(330), 1B

Tift County Assuming Role of Spoiler

Nv 4 94 90(20), 3Supplement

Tift County Coffee Top 1-AAAA Poll

Nv 23 94 90(39), 1B

Tift County to Confront Another Great Back

Oc 14 94 89(364), 3Supplement

Tift Edges Lowndes, 14-13

Sp 24 94 89(344), 1B

Tift Still Trying to Get Settled

Sp 21 94 89(341), 10A

Football--Tiftarea Academy

Valwood Tiftarea Set to Renew Old Rivalry

Oc 14 94 89(364), 7Supplement

Football--Toombs County High School

Brooks Buries Toombs, 19-7

Dc 3 94 90(49), 1B

Toombs Rebounds from Down Year

Nv 30 94 90(46), 1B

Football--Tri-County High School

Berrien Wins 2nd Region Contest

Sp 24 94 89(344), 3B

Football--United States Naval Academy

Valdosta's Hart Named Co-Captain

Ap 25 94 89(193), 7A

Football--University Christian

Epic Battle Set in Quitman

Sp 30 94 89(350), 8Supplement

Football--University of Georgia

Barker the Difference for Tide

Nv 18 94 90(34), 3B

Bridges Signs with UGA

Nv 14 94 90(30), 1B

Bulldogs Davis Misses Scrimmage

Ag 28 94 89(317), 1B

Bulldogs Depending of Revived Defense

Ag 21 94 89(310), 3B

Bulldogs Depending on Defense

Ag 28 94 89(317), 4College Supplement

Bulldogs Making Rare Florida Trip

Oc 28 94 90(13), 1C

Bulldogs Takes out Frustrations on Indians, 70-6

Sp 18 94 89(338), 1B

Campbell Brings Experience to Bulldog Post

Fe 21 94 89(132), 9A

Campbell's UGA Stint Ends Quietly

Dc 1 94 90(47), 1D

Clemson No Trouble for Georgia, 40-14

Oc 9 94 89(359), 1B

Daddy Durham Makes Son, Southern Pay

Nv 29 94 90(45), 7A

Davis Returns to UGA Practice

Ag 30 94 89(319), 8A

Dawgs Head Back Between the Hedges

Ag 24 94 89(313), 10A

Dawgs Hold off Rebels

Sp 25 94 89(345), 1B

Dawgs Learning from Last Year

Ag 14 94 89(303), 2B

Difficult Schedule Facing Georgia

Jl 8 94 89(267), 9A

Dogs Lose First SEC Contest

Ja 16 94 89(96), 1C

Dogs Lost Recruits Now up to Six

Jl 14 94 89(273), 4B

Dogs' Woes Hurt Zeier's Heisman Hopes

Oc 23 94 90(8), 6B

Dooley Happy with Dawg's Effect

Nv 15 94 90(31), 9A

Dooley Signs Contract; Faces Tough Calls

Nv 18 94 90(34), 1B

Dorsett, Dooley Named to Hall

Ja 18 94 89(98), 9A

Florida Loss Reveals Georgia's Problems

Nv 2 94 90(18), 7A

Former Lowndes Star Signs with Dogs

Jl 8 94 89(267), 9A

Georgia Announces Spring Football Awards

Ap 1 94 89(169), 9A

Georgia Defense Facing Challenge

Oc 29 94 90(14), 1B

Georgia Expecting Battle with Better Team

Sp 24 94 89(344), 4B

Georgia Hoping to Focus More on Running Game

Sp 17 94 89(337), 4B

Georgia Needs Football Help Now

Ja 25 94 89(105), 8A

Georgia No Longer in Awe of Florida

Oc 27 94 90(12), 3D

Georgia Positioned for Upset

Sp 29 94 89(349), 1D

Georgia Pushing Zeier for Heisman Trophy

Oc 4 94 89(354), 10A

Georgia Seeking More Fan Support

Sp 10 94 89(330), 4B

Georgia Series with Clemson Nears End

Oc 5 94 89(355), 4B

Georgia Should Be Better Than Expected Next Season

Je 21 94 89(250), 6A

Georgia Stings Georgia Tech, 48-10

Nv 26 94 90(42), 1B

Georgia's Bell Sprains Knee

Ag 19 94 89(308), 11A

Georgia's Ward Anxious to Return to Quarterback

Nv 11 94 90(27), 3C

Georgia's Zeier Will Play, Despite Eligibility Rumors

Sp 3 94 89(323), 3B

Goff Brushes off His Critics

Oc 19 94 90(4), 8A

Goff Enters Athens Hospital

Dc 1 94 90(47), 1D

Goff Moves Ward to Tailback Spot

Ag 26 94 89(315), 11A

Goff Pleased by Georgia Workouts

Ag 15 94 89(304), 7A

Goff Pleases with Bulldogs

Sp 29 94 89(349), 1D

Goff Praises Freshman Class

Ag 16 94 89(305), 8A

Goff Wants Ward to Get Chances

Sp 7 94 89(327), 10A

Goff Wastes Little Time in Fixing UGA Defense

Fe 27 94 89(138), 1B

Goff Works UGA Offensive Line

Sp 2 94 89(322), 5B

Jobs May Be on Line in UGA-Tech Clash

Nv 25 94 90(41), 1B

Kelly Going to Georgia

Fe 16 94 89(127), 3B

Kines Accepts Georgia Position

Dc 5 94 90(51), 1B

Knee Injury Places Godfrey on the Shelf

Mr 13 94 89(152), 1B

Local Bulldogs Frustrated after Big Loss to Florida

Oc 31 94 90(16), 1B

Logic on the Side of the Gator's this Week

Oc 28 94 90(13), 3C

Parkman Earns Georgia Spot

Sp 1 94 89(321), 9A

Questions Abound as College Football Nears

Ag 2 94 89(292), 6A

Rouse Makes Return to Dawgs

Ag 17 94 89(306), 8A

Sanford Suites Ready for Home Opener

Ag 21 94 89(310), 7B

Seer Picks SEC Powers in Cakewalks

Sp 2 94 89(322), 6B

UGA Defense Looking for Help

Sp 14 94 89(334), 11A

UGA's Ward Not Worried by Change

Jl 25 94 89(284), 7A

Vandy Hopes to Build on Win

Oc 17 94 90(2), 3B

Vandy Shocks Georgia, 43-30

Oc 16 94 90(1), 1B

Vols Pound Dawgs

Sp 11 94 89(331), 1B

Ward Has Hard Decision to Make

Oc 21 94 90(6), 1C

Zeier Eyes Another Record

Oc 15 94 89(365), 4B

Zeier Picks up on Heisman Pace

Sp 7 94 89(327), 12A

Zeier Planning His Best Season

Ag 29 94 89(318), 8A

Zeier Rests Sore Shoulder

Sp 27 94 89(347), 8A

Zeier's Decision Depends on Coach

Ja 7 94 89(84), 11A

Football--Valdosta

Battle of Winnersville Set

Nv 11 94 90(27), 1C

Camps Open to Cool Weather

Ag 16 94 89(305), 7A

Football League Seeking Participants

Ag 16 94 89(305), 7A

Football Season Has Arrived at Last

Ag 28 94 89(317), 2College Supplement

New Season Accented by Changes

Ag 28 94 89(317), 2High School Supplement

Parker Returns Home to Valdosta

Jl 6 94 89(265), 8A

Plans for Winnersville Classic Under Way

Ag 4 94 89(293), 5A

Tennessee "Invades" Valdosta Volunteer Fans Stop on Way to Bowl Game

Dc 29 94 90(75), 1A

Times Football Section Coming

Ag 26 94 89(315), 10A

Ag 27 94 89(316), 1B

Valdosta Area Hotbed of Talent

Ag 28 94 89(317), 9College Supplement

Valdosta Minister Included in SI Story

My 19 94 89(217), 5B

Valdosta Project Gets Super Bowl Launch

Ja 29 94 89(109), 1A

Winnersville Week Begins

Nv 7 94 90(23), 1B

Football--Valdosta High School

48 Title Evokes Lasting Memories

Mr 11 94 89(150), 3B

Altman's Hard Work Pays Off: Senior Guard Sparks Cats

Nv 2 94 90(18), 7A

Area Prep Players Volunteer for Early Gridiron Action

Ag 7 94 89(296), 1B

Atlanta Firm Markets Valdosta

Ag 28 94 89(317), 7C

As Big Game Nears, Wildcat Enthusiasm Picks Up

Dc 9 94 90(55), 1C

Bonners Chasing Down a Dream

Nv 17 94 90(33), 1B

Break Over for Wildcats

Sp 2 94 89(322), 4B

Brown a Late Bloomer for Cats

Sp 28 94 89(348), 1B

Butler, Jones Head All Region Team

Nv 20 94 90(36), 1B

Cats Begin Playoff Journey

Nv 21 94 90(37), 1B

Cats Drop Two Spots in Poll

Oc 19 94 90(4), 8A

Cats Expect Tough Test

Ag 30 94 89(319), 7A

Cats Filling Holes

Ag 23 94 89(312), 7A

Cats Hold Position in Poll

Oc 5 94 89(355), 1B

Cats Hope to Avenge Loss

Sp 23 94 89(343), Supplement3

Cats' Johnson on a Mission

Sp 29 94 89(349), 1D

Cats Look to Extend Streak

Nv 1 94 90(17), 8A

Cats' Moseley Goes to Work

Oc 13 94 89(363), 1D

Cats Offense Earns High Marks

Sp 11 94 89(331), 4B

Cats Passionate About Playoff Return

Nv 23 94 90(39), 1B

Cats Prepare for Final Scrimmage

Ag 26 94 89(315), 10A

Cats Ready for Nest Challenge

Sp 6 94 89(326), 6A

Cats Seek Return to Playoffs

Ag 28 94 89(317), 5High School Supplement

Cats to Face Desperate Tift Team

Oc 25 94 90(10), 7A

Cats, Trojans on Road to Dome

Dc 5 94 90(51), 1B

Clark Blows Past Opponents: Tailback Shining in Senior Campaign

Oc 26 94 90(11), 1B

Cleveland Field, A Tradition for Sale?

Sp 18 94 89(338), 1A

Colquitt, VHS Top State Poll

Sp 21 94 89(341), 10A

Comeback Cats, 40-37: Carter's Late Kick Returns Valdosta to Litle Game

Dc 11 94 90(57), 1A

Consistency Key for VHS Offense

Ag 28 94 89(317), 4High School Supplement

Cooper Keeps Improving

Oc 27 94 90(12), 1D

Countdown to Kickoff. . .Wildcats Back in Familiar Position

Dc 16 94 90(62), 1B

Decision Time: Hunter, Godfrey Weighing Options

Dc 29 94 90(75), 1D

Defense Strong in VHS Scrimmage

Ag 20 94 89(309), 1B

Defense Will Play Big Role for Cats

Nv 25 94 90(41), 1B

Delay Doesn't Stop Cats, 45-6

Sp 3 94 89(323), 1B

Directions to the Georgia Dome

Dc 7 94 90(53), 1B

Dc 8 94 90(54), 1D

Elusive Wilson Named Times Player of the Year

Dc 31 94 90(77), 1B

Family Key to Cats

Oc 10 94 89(360), 1B

Football a Way of Life for Baker

Oc 5 94 89(355), 1B

Football Players Reminisce

Ja 6 94 89(83), 3A

Football Ticket Prices Increased

Ja 11 94 89(91), 8A

Football Tradition Returns to Area (editorial)

Sp 2 94 89(322), 4A

Former Grid Greats Keep Going as Coaches

Ag 28 94 89(317), 1B

Friday's Cats Resemble Winners of Old

Dc 4 94 90(50), 1B

Getting the Field Ready

Sp 4 94 89(324), 1A

Hanks Gets a Kick out of Dome

Dc 8 94 90(54), 1D

Hype Begins for Wildcats

Dc 5 94 90(52), 6A

Johnson and Wildcats Ready to Bounce Back

My 29 94 89(227), 1C

Key to Valdosta Offense Remains the Same

Nv 8 94 90(24), 7A

A Kick off the Old Block: Carter Family Celebrates Winning Field Goal

Dc 14 94 90(60), 1B

The Line Kings, Wildcat Interior Linemen Combine Size, Experience

Sp 21 94 89(341), 10A

Lowndes Split Two Games with Valdosta

Oc 14 94 89(364), 2C

Melton Making Most of Senior Campaign

Sp 14 94 89(334), 11A

Memories of Winnersville Never Pass

Nv 11 94 90(27), Gridtimes2

Molton Commits to Auburn

Fe 1 94 89(112), 8A

Musketeers Know Challenge is Ahead

Sp 1 94 89(321), 8A

N.Y. Times Writer Following Wildcats

Sp 23 94 89(343), 1A

One's a Jester, the Other Always Wright

My 8 94 89(206), 1C

Packers Flawless Against Wildcats

Dc 18 94 90(64), 1B

Packers over Valdosta Victory

Oc 26 94 90(11), 1B

Packers Top Cats

Dc 18 94 90(64), 1A

Panthers Edge Cats for Sweep

Dc 4 94 90(50), 1B

Piling up the Points

Dc 7 94 90(53), 1B

Rebels Join State's Elite

Sp 28 94 89(348), 1B

Seeking Satisfaction: Wildcats Johnson is Drawing Attention...

Nv 24 94 90(40), 1D

On with the Show

Sp 4 94 89(324), 1A

South Georgia's Football Saturday (editorial)

Dc 9 94 90(55), 4A

Spring Toward Success

My 17 94 89(215), 7A

Tiger QB Reminds of Wilson

Sp 22 94 89(342), 1D

Title-Game Tickets are Hot Items

Dc 15 94 90(61), 1A

Tough Test for Valdosta Brings Smiles on Sidelines

Sp 18 94 89(338), 4B

Valdosta Banking on its Tradition

Dc 2 94 90(48), 1C

Valdosta Blanks Columbia

Sp 24 94 89(344), 1B

Valdosta Chosen to Lead Region

Ag 20 94 89(309), 1B

Valdosta Continues Playoff Mastery

Nv 26 94 90(42), 1B

Valdosta Defense Continues Tradition

Ag 28 94 89(317), 4High School Supplement

Valdosta Dominant, Not Flashy

Nv 6 94 90(22), 3B

Valdosta Finally into Region Play

Oc 4 94 89(354), 8A

Valdosta Outscores Tift County, 58-21

Oc 29 94 90(14), 1B

Valdosta Ready for out of State Foe

Sp 13 94 89(333), 9A

Valdosta Ready to Avenge Loss

Sp 20 94 89(340), 7A

Valdosta Season Not a Failure

Dc 19 94 90(65), 1B

Valdosta Senior Coming Alive During Playoffs

Dc 1 94 90(47), 1D

Valdosta Seniors Plan Cats' Return

Ag 28 94 89(317), 3High School Supplement

Valdosta Shuts Down Aiken

Sp 17 94 89(337), 1B

Valdosta Stays Put in Poll

Oc 26 94 90(11), 1B

Valdosta 9th-Grade Players to Report

Jl 20 94 89(279), 10A

Valdosta to See Different Camden

Sp 9 94 89(329), Supplement3

Valdosta Walks over Bainbridge, 33-6

Nv 19 94 90(35), 1B

Valdosta's Region Win Answers Many Questions

Oc 9 94 89(359), 3B

Versatile Wilson Keep VHS Success

Nv 15 94 90(31), 7A

VHS Begins Spring Football Workouts

My 16 94 89(214), 6A

VHS Defense Shines in Spring Finale

My 28 94 89(226), 1B

VHS Football Still Important

Oc 8 94 89(358), 1B

VHS Tied for Third in State Prep Poll

Sp 7 94 89(327), 10A

VHS Wildcats Still America's Best Program

Ag 28 94 89(317), 2High School Supplement

Wildcat Beat Gets Louder

Ag 13 94 89(302), 1B

Wildcat Bus Being Scheduled

Dc 5 94 90(52), 6A

Dc 7 94 90(53), 1B

Wildcat Mystique Alive and Well

Dc 12 94 90(58), 1B

Wildcat Offense Returns to Form

Oc 23 94 90(8), 5B

Wildcat Parking, VSU Makes Lot Available for Fans on Friday Nights

Sp 1 94 89(321), 1A

Wildcat Search for No. 1 QB Continues

My 21 94 89(219), 1B

Wildcat Tradition Airs Tonight

Dc 1 94 90(47), 1D

Wildcat Way Interests Aiken Team

Sp 15 94 89(335), 1D

Wildcat Win Ends Off-Season Worries, Boosts Confidence

Sp 4 94 89(324), 5B

Wildcats Again in Their Own Comfort Zone

Nv 27 94 90(43), 1B

Wildcats Brace for First Carolina Visitor

Sp 16 94 89(336), Gridtimes3

Wildcats' Captain Pumped for Opener

Ag 31 94 89(320), 9A

Wildcats Claw Trojans, 28-0

Nv 5 94 90(21), 1B

Wildcats Continue to Post Amazing Numbers

Ag 14 94 89(303), 1B

Wildcats Featured on GPTV

Sp 26 94 89(346), 1B

Wildcats Hoping to Extend Streak

Nv 4 94 90(20), 3Supplement

Wildcats in for Another Defensive Battle

Oc 18 94 90(3), 8A

Wildcats' Jones Makes Most of Talent

Sp 7 94 89(327), 9A

Wildcats Know the Butler Can Do It

Nv 18 94 90(34), 2Supplement

Wildcats No. 3 in Latest Poll

Sp 14 94 89(334), 11A

Wildcats Not Looking Past Devils

Oc 29 94 90(14), 3Supplement

Wildcats Not Upset by Effort

Dc 18 94 90(64), 1B

Wildcats Offense Continues Roll

Nv 12 94 90(28), 3B

Wildcats on Track to Return to Normalcy

Ag 28 94 89(317), 5High School Supplement

Wildcats Open Region with Impressive Win

Oc 8 94 89(358), 1B

Wildcats, Panthers Similar in Style

Dc 10 94 90(56), 1C

Wildcats Ready for Final Spring Test

My 27 94 89(225), 10A

Wildcats Ready for First Official Fall Scrimmage

Ag 19 94 89(308), 10A

Wildcats Remember Glory Days

Ja 9 94 89(86), 1C

Wildcats Roll over Gators

Oc 22 94 90(7), 1B

Wildcats Roll to 49-14 Victory

Sp 10 94 89(330), 1B

Wildcats Seek Revenge Against Colquitt County

Dc 13 94 90(59), 7A

Wildcats Set for Second Season

Nv 15 94 90(31), 7A

Wildcats Slash Vikings, 52-12

Nv 12 94 90(28), 1B

Wildcats Topple Bearcats

Dc 7 94 90(53), 1B

Wildcats, Trojans, Chasing Titles

Nv 29 94 90(45), 6A

Wildcats Win a Shootout Brown Rolls over Eagles in 42-32 Win

Dc 3 94 90(49), 1B

Wildcats Wrap up Fall Camp

Ag 27 94 89(316), 1B

Wilson Engineers Potent Wildcats

Sp 13 94 89(333), 9A

Wilson Represents Wildcat System

Oc 9 94 89(359), 1B

Football--Valdosta State University

58-6, Valdosta State Routs Fort Valley

Sp 18 94 89(338), 1B

Addo to Test Blazers Defense

Oc 13 94 89(363), 1D

Alabama No Sweet Home for Hatcher

Nv 25 94 90(41), 1B

Alumni Weekend Brings Back Memories, Bruises

Ap 24 94 89(192), 1C

Another Game, Another Blowout Blazers Pounce on Livingston in 63-0 Win

Oc 2 94 89(352), 1B

Balzer Offense Coming to Life

Sp 1 94 89(321), 8A

Blazer Defense Controlls Scrimmage

Ap 20 94 89(188), 2B

Blazer Football Coaches at Clinic

Jl 21 94 89(280), 4B

Blazer Football Hype Begins

Je 24 94 89(253), 8A, 9A

Blazer Line Taking Shape

Ag 19 94 89(308), 10A

Blazer Notes: Recruiting Odyssey

Fe 3 94 89(114), 4B, 5B

Blazer Offense Facing Major Test

Nv 4 94 90(20), 1B

Blazers Anxious for Next Battle

Sp 17 94 89(337), 1B

Blazers' Baird Wins at Rollins

Nv 10 94 90(26), 2D

Blazers' Big Day Arrives

Oc 8 94 89(358), 1B

Blazers Blank Knoxville

Sp 4 94 89(324), 1B

Blazers Bomb Chargers: Valdosta State Makes Statement with 38-7 Win

Oc 9 94 89(359), 1B

Blazers Deserve Complete Support of Valdosta

Ja 31 94 89(111), 8A

Blazers Drop Second Straight

Dc 14 94 90(60), 3B

Blazers Drop to No. 6 in Poll

Nv 8 94 90(24), 7A

Blazers Garner GSC Awards

Je 28 94 89(257), 7A

Blazers Gunning for Win No. 9

Oc 29 94 90(14), 1B

Blazer's Hatcher a Hill Trophy Finalist

Nv 18 94 90(34), 1B

Blazers Look to Extend Streaks

Oc 22 94 90(7), 1B

Blazers Make D-II Playoffs: VSU Will Host Albany State . . .

Nv 14 94 90(30), 1B

Blazers Making a Habit out of Winning

Oc 25 94 90(10), 7A

Blazers No. 17 in Division II Poll

Ag 23 94 89(312), 7A

Blazers No. 7 in Latest Poll

Sp 20 94 89(340), 7A

Blazers No. 10 in Nation

Sp 13 94 89(333), 9A

Blazers No. 4 in National Poll

Sp 27 94 89(347), 7A

Blazers Not Overlooking Livingston

Oc 1 94 89(351), 1B

Blazers Plans to Continue Rolling

Oc 11 94 89(361), 7A

Blazers Putting Loss Behind

Nv 11 94 90(27), 1C

Blazers Ready for Challenge

Nv 19 94 90(35), 1B

Blazers Ready for Title Run

Ag 17 94 89(306), 8A

Blazers Release Football Schedule

My 6 94 89(204), 9A

Blazers Remain Third in Poll

Oc 18 94 90(3), 8A

Blazers Roll a Perfect Seven

Oc 16 94 90(1), 10B

Blazers Set to Battle Knights

Sp 10 94 89(330), 1B

Blazers Shock Knights, 31-14

Sp 11 94 89(331), 1B

Blazers Sign Seven

Fe 3 94 89(114), 4B, 6B

Blazers Survive Playoff Scare. . .

Nv 20 94 90(36), 1B

Blazers to Play on SportSouth

Ag 20 94 89(309), 1B

Blazer's Win Should Gain Team Respect

Sp 12 94 89(332), 1B

Blazers Win Ugly, Top Chocs

Oc 23 94 90(8), 1B

Braddock a Special VSU Player

Sp 23 94 89(343), 1B

Chris Hatcher: Blazers' Top Gun

Ag 28 94 89(317), 6College Supplement

Clark Looking for Upset

Sp 22 94 89(342), 1D

Cleveland Field, A Tradition for Sale?

Sp 18 94 89(338), 1A

Close Game May Help VSU vs. Lions

Nv 21 94 90(37), 1B

Coneset Lifting VSU to New Levels

Mr 13 94 89(152), 5B

Countdown to Showdown Begins: Valdosta State, UNA Game. . .

Oc 31 94 90(16), 1B

Defense Rules Blazer Spring Workouts

Ap 10 94 89(178), 1C

Diversity Key to Blazer Offense

Ag 28 94 89(317), 6College Supplement

Expectations Understandably High. . .

Ag 28 94 89(317), 6College Supplement

Favorites Clear for GSC Title

Ag 28 94 89(317), 7College Supplement

Fort Valley Coach Used to Big Games

Sp 15 94 89(335), 1D

Foundation Laid for VSU Season

Ag 9 94 89(298), 7A

Glisson Highlights VSU Scrimmage

Ap 17 94 89(185), 2C

Goff Well Aware of Critics: Pressure Mounts for UGA Coach

Nv 1 94 90(17), 8A

Graham to Test VSU Defensive Streak

Oc 6 94 89(356), 1D

Hammering Home the Point

Dc 21 94 90(67), 1B

The Harlon Hill Was Decided Today

Oc 9 94 89(359), 8B

Hatcher Among 3 Hill Award Finalists

Dc 2 94 90(48), 2C

Hatcher Cruises to "Hill"

Dc 10 94 90(56), 1C

Hatcher Fulfills Mumme Prophecy

Dc 11 94 90(57), 1B

Hatcher, Graham Focusing on Teams

Oc 7 94 89(357), 1B

Hatcher Tops Little All-American Team

Dc 23 94 90(69), 1C

Hatcher's Thrill Could Be "Hill": Blazer QB Expected. . .

Dc 9 94 90(55), 1C

History Blazers Hall's Path to Valdosta

Ja 29 94 89(109), 7A

A Homecoming Shootout: Blazers Outscore Braves

Oc 16 94 90(1), 1B

Knights Respect VSU Talent

Sp 7 94 89(327), 9A

Kurinsky, Gets Taste of Life in NFL

My 18 94 89(216), 10A

Lions Save Best for Blazers

Nv 24 94 90(40), 1D

McPhail Anxious to Visit Old Team

Sp 9 94 89(329), 1B

Mitchell a Silent Leader for VSU

Oc 14 94 89(364), 1C

Motivation is Not a Problem for VSU

Oc 15 94 89(365), 1B

Move Pays off for Moore

Sp 30 94 89(350), 10A

Mumme Wants More from Offense

Sp 8 94 89(328), 1D

National Title Foremost on Hampton's Wish List

Ag 25 94 89(314), 1D

No. 3 Blazers Await Chargers

Oc 4 94 89(354), 8A

North Alabama. . .27 Valdosta. . .24

Nv 27 94 90(43), 8B

Not Ready for Prime Time: North Alabama Sticks Valdosta State, 38-21

Nv 6 94 90(22), 1B

Now Hatcher's King of the Hill

Dc 10 94 90(56), 1A

Records to Fall in Blazer Finale

Nv 12 94 90(28), 1B

Reddies Recall Blazer Offense

Nv 10 94 90(26), 1D

Seven Blazers Earn All-GSC

Nv 15 94 90(31), 7A

Spring Football Opens

Mr 31 94 89(170), 4B

Stage Set for No. 1 Battle

Nv 1 94 90(17), 8A

State Looking for a Winner

Oc 27 94 90(12), 1D

Student-Athlete Supreme, Johnson Happy to Be a Blazer

Sp 16 94 89(336), 1C

A Super Experience, VSU's Moves Has Unique Perspective on Big Game

Ja 30 94 89(110), 1C

Super Shots at Super Bowl

Ja 27 94 89(107), 2C

Suprised in Seattle, Former VSU Star Edwards an NFL Hit

Ja 25 94 89(105), 8A

Surprised in Seattle, Former VSU Star Edwards an NFL Hit

Ja 25 94 89(105), 8A

Swin Says He's Lucky in Life

Ja 28 94 89(108), 5A

Top Spot on Line in Florence

Nv 5 94 90(21), 1B

In Usual Spot, Blazers Fight Back for Homecoming Victory

Oc 17 94 90(2), 1B

Valdosta Project Gets Super Bowl Launch

Ja 29 94 89(109), 1A

Valdosta St. Teams at Home Tonight

Nv 21 94 90(37), 1B

Valdosta State 31, Central Florida 14

Sp 11 94 89(331), 1A

Valdosta State's Man in Waiting: Loree Ready for Pressure Situation

Oc 28 94 90(13), 1C

VSU Defense Has Few Weak Links

Ag 28 94 89(317), 7College Supplement

VSU Defense Will Face Option Again

Nv 3 94 90(19), 1D

VSU Enters Game-Week Routine

Ag 30 94 89(319), 7A

VSU Extends Mumme Contract--Blazers Add Ex-Bulldog

Ja 7 94 89(84), 10A, 11A

VSU Falls in GSC Title Game

Ap 24 94 89(192), 2C

VSU Fans Get Chance to Meet Blazers

Nv 10 94 90(26), 1D

VSU Football Begins Spring Preparations

Ap 4 94 89(172), 7A

VSU Has No Trouble in Pre-GSC Contests

Sp 26 94 89(346), 1B

VSU Hosting End of Season Event

Dc 8 94 90(54), 1D

VSU Impressive in Latest Route

Sp 19 94 89(339), 1B

VSU Keeps on Rolling

Oc 3 94 89(353), 1B

VSU Picture Day at Cleveland Field Today

Ag 21 94 89(310), 1B

VSU Player Remains in Critical Condition

Jl 2 94 89(261), 1B

VSU Proves Mettle

Oc 10 94 89(360), 1B

VSU Ready for History Lesson

Nv 26 94 90(42), 1B

VSU Routs Clark, 63-6

Sp 25 94 89(345), 1B

VSU Season Ends in a Tie

Nv 27 94 90(43), 1B

VSU Staff Undergoes Facelift

Jl 19 94 89(278), 7A

VSU Stays on Track

Oc 24 94 90(9), 1B

VSU, UNA Top Coaches Poll

Jl 31 94 89(290), 1C

VSU Wins Third to Remain Undefeated

Dc 4 94 90(50), 1B

VSU's Morris Lands NFL Job

Fe 8 94 89(119), 8A, 9A

VSU's Opener Serves Purpose

Sp 5 94 89(325), 1B

VSU's Ross Makes Most of Changes

Ag 21 94 89(310), 1B

VSU's West Dies

Jl 5 94 89(264), 6A

Waiting Finally over for Blazers

Sp 3 94 89(323), 1B

Waiting on the Call

Ap 24 94 89(192), 1C

West Not Forgotten by VSU Players

Jl 21 94 89(280), 4B

West Still in Critical Condition

Jl 3 94 89(262), 1B

Williams Outgrows Moniker

Sp 2 94 89(322), 4B

Williams Saves Best for Crucial Playoff Situation

Nv 20 94 90(36), 12B

Youth Football Camp Scheduled at VSU

Je 22 94 89(251), 11A

Football--Valwood

Area Teams Open Season

Sp 2 94 89(322), 4B

Brookwood, Horne Blow Past Valwood

Sp 10 94 89(330), 3B

Brookwood, Valwood Ready for Physical Showdown

Sp 9 94 89(329), Supplement6

Football Tradition Returns to Area (editorial)

Sp 2 94 89(322), 4A

Transfer Pays Off for Valwood's Pass

Nv 3 94 90(19), 1D

Valiants Battling Numbers Problem

Ag 28 94 89(317), 14High School Supplement

Valiants Look to Build on Win

Oc 29 94 90(14), 7Supplement

Valiants Seeking Consistent Play

Sp 23 94 89(343), Supplement6

Valiants Sprint Past Cross Keys, 48-20

Sp 24 94 89(344), 3B

Valwood Facing Another Large School Challenge

Sp 16 94 89(336), Gridtimes6

Valwood Falls to Terrell in 30-19 Homecoming Loss

Nv 5 94 90(21), 3B

Valwood in for Tough Challenge

Sp 30 94 89(350), 7Supplement

Valwood Opens with Win over Cougars

Sp 3 94 89(323), 4B

Valwood Rolls Past Westbrook

Oc 7 94 89(357), 1B

Valwood Tiftarea Set to Renew Old Rivalry

Oc 14 94 89(364), 7Supplement

Valwood-Westbrook Rematch Moved Up

Oc 6 94 89(356), 2D

Valwood's Weidinger Sacks Competition

Sp 8 94 89(328), 1D

Westbrook Survives Late Rally, Beats Valwood

Dc 7 94 90(53), 1B

Westwood Runs Past Valwood, 29-14

Sp 17 94 89(337), 3B

Football--Ware County High School

Coffee Pounds Ware, 27-9

Oc 1 94 89(351), 3B

Gators Chomping for Region Win

Oc 13 94 89(363), 1D

New Gators Join Region Wars

Ag 28 94 89(317), 8High School Supplement

Football--Warner Robins

Blacks Plan "Dixie" Boycott

Sp 24 94 89(344), 5A

Eagles Responding to New Head Coach

Nv 30 94 90(46), 1B

Parents Want "Dixie" Removed from Games

Ag 28 94 89(317), 3B

Football--Washington County High School

Washington Co. Whips Carrollton

Dc 11 94 90(57), 2B

Football--West Georgia College

West Ga. Comes Back to Earth

Sp 25 94 89(345), 2B

Football--Westbrook

Area Teams Open Season

Sp 2 94 89(322), 4B

Cougars Pass into New Era

Ag 28 94 89(317), 14High School Supplement

Valwood Opens with Win over Cougars

Sp 3 94 89(323), 4B

Valwood Rolls Past Westbrook

Oc 7 94 89(357), 1B

Valwood-Westbrook Rematch Moved Up

Oc 6 94 89(356), 2D

Westbrook Forced to Forfeit Game

Nv 11 94 90(27), 1C

Westbrook Has Chance to Bounce Back from Loss

Nv 4 94 90(20), 7Supplement

Westbrook Survives Late Rally, Beats Valwood

Dc 7 94 90(53), 1B

Football--Westwood

Westwood Runs Past Valwood, 29-14

Sp 17 94 89(337), 3B

Football--Wilcox County High School

Clinch Falls, 19-6

Sp 24 94 89(344), 3B

Football Recruiting

Analyzing the Beautiful Season of Recruiting

Fe 3 94 89(114), 4B

Georgia Schools Announce Signees

Fe 3 94 89(114), 5B

South Georgia Signing Day: Nine Area Players Sign Scholarships

Fe 3 94 89(114), 4B, 6B

Forage Plantas

Peace on Cutting Edge of Peanuts

Je 3 94 89(232), 1A

Force, Alden Wesley

Alden Force

Fe 25 94 89(136), 2B

Force, John William

Obituary

Ap 14 94 89(182), 2A

Ford, Buie

Obituary

Mr 17 94 89(156), 2A

Ford, Lawrence

Plumber's Assistant Dies in Ditch Accident

My 4 94 89(202), 6A

Ford Motor Company

Car Compaines Rolling out Performance Machines

My 15 94 89(213), 9C

Ford to Expand Recycling Program

My 19 94 89(217), 4D

Fore, Nancy Delk

Obituary

Oc 15 94 89(365), 2A

Foreign Students--Valdosta State University

Exchange Students Becoming Family

Fe 21 94 89(132), 5A

VSU Professor to Give Chinese Students Business Lessons

Ag 8 94 89(297), 1A

Forest and Forestry

Burning Important to Pine Forests

Mr 9 94 89(148), 5A

Enviromnentalists Gain Ground in Saving Forests

Ap 11 94 89(179), 3A

Georgia's Tree IQ Not Good

Oc 23 94 90(8), 8A

Tax Breaks for Tree Growers Haven't Helped Georgia Forests

Sp 15 94 89(335), 7A

Timber Expo Popular

My 1 94 89(199), 1A

Forest Fires

Burn Clears Land, Slows Traffic

Ja 22 94 89(102), 1A

Burning Important to Pine Forests

Mr 9 94 89(148), 5A

Time Editors Get Kudzu for Opinions (editorial)

Sp 15 94 89(335), 4A

Forest Rangers

Ranger a Veteran in Lowndes Area

Oc 23 94 90(8), 6A

Forgery--Atlanta

Employee Charged in Fake Beauty Licenses

Ag 12 94 89(301), 6A

Fornes, Bill

Valdosta Veteran on a Mission

Jl 3 94 89(262), 6A

Forrest, Anne Dorelle

Collier-Forrest

Wedding

Dc 20 94 90(66), 2C

Forrest-Collier

Engagement

Ag 16 94 89(305), 2B

"Forrest Gump"

Forrest Gump Takes a Look at Life (editorial)

Ag 4 94 89(293), 4A

"Forrest Gump" Will Change Viewer's Outlook on His Life

Jl 28 94 89(287), 2C

Life is Like a Park Bench

Sp 30 94 89(350), 1A

Sonny Shoyer Appears in New Motion Picture

Je 23 94 89(252), 2B

Forrest, James

Forrest Enjoying Tech Season

Fe 20 94 89(131), 3C

Tech Shocks UNC. . Again

Fe 13 94 89(124), 3B

Forrest, Verna Willis

Obituary

My 3 94 89(201), 2A

Forrester, J. Owen

Judge Ignoring Crack Guidelines

Ag 28 94 89(317), 7A

Forsyth County Sheriff's Department

Forsyth's Sheriff Resigning Feb. 28

Fe 17 94 89(128), 6A

Fort Benning

CIA Attending Fort's Jobs Fair

My 21 94 89(219), 6A

Fort Benning MPs Leave for Haiti

Sp 23 94 89(343), 4A

Georgia Soldiers Head for Haiti

Sp 29 94 89(349), 6A

Rogers Packs a Safe Parachute

My 26 94 89(224), 5B

Fort Valley State College

Seeds Planted by College Program Helping Minority Farmers to Grow

Dc 31 94 90(77), 6A

Fortman, Traycee Lynn

Fortman-Martin

Engagement

Oc 4 94 89(354), 3B

Foster Home Care

Foster Homes Needed

Ja 19 94 89(99), 2B

Foster Parents Honored for Work

Ja 19 94 89(99), 2B

Foster, Ozella Martin

Obituary

Jl 8 94 89(267), 2A

Foster, Willie K. and Louise

The Fosters

Anniversary

Dc 22 94 90(68), 2C

Fountain, Eula B.

Funeral

Fe 5 94 89(116), 2A

Obituary

Fe 4 94 89(115), 2A

Fountain, Everette P.

Obituary

Jl 16 94 89(275), 2A

Fountain, Lounell

Obituary

Je 27 94 89(256), 2A

Fountain of Age--Book Review

Book Delves into What Keeps People Going After Age 60

Je 1 94 89(230), 6B

Fountain, Paul M.

Obituary

Sp 11 94 89(331), 2A

Fountain, Richard

Peterson-Fountain

Engagement

Jl 19 94 89(278), 2B

Fountain, Virgil

Obituary

My 24 94 89(222), 2A

Four-H Clubs--Georgia

4-H Members Complete Family Projects

Dc 29 94 90(75), 3C

4-H'er Places in State Contest

Dc 29 94 90(75), 3C

4-H'ers Attend Fall Forum 1994

Dc 29 94 90(75), 3C

4-H'ers Raise $ for Heart

Fe 11 94 89(122), 2B

Beauty Queens Crowned

My 5 94 89(203), 3C

Four-H Clubs--Lowndes County

4-H'ers Attend Horse School

Ag 8 94 89(297), 3B

Lowndes 4-H'ers Celebrate Georgia Week Oct 2-8

Oc 6 94 89(356), 2C

Lowndes 4-H'ers Honored at Banquet

Oc 12 94 89(362), 2C

Lowndes County 4-H Compete in Tifton

My 19 94 89(217), 7C

Four-H Clubs--Valdosta

4-H'ers Attend State Meeting

Jl 27 94 89(286), 5B

4-H'ers Place in Horse Show

Ag 9 94 89(298), 3B

4-H'ers Win in District Competition

Jl 27 94 89(286), 2B

Two Area Teens Win State 4-H Honors

Ag 12 94 89(301), 3A

Volunteer 4-H Leaders Receive Master Awards

Jl 27 94 89(286), 3B

Fourth of July

Area Cities Plan Their Independence Day

Jl 1 94 89(260), 1A

Fourth of July Should See a New Patriotism (editorial)

Jl 4 94 89(263), 4A

More to Die on Fourth Than in Past, Official Says

Je 28 94 89(257), 3A

Much of Lowndes Closed for Fourth of July

Jl 2 94 89(261), 1A

Storm Dampens Fourth of July Festivities

Jl 5 94 89(264), 1A

Valdostans Have Happy Fourth Despite Weather

Jl 5 94 89(264), 1A

Fowlkes, Buddy

Atlanta Ex-Councilman Takes the Stand

Ag 18 94 89(307), 5A

Ex-Atlanta Councilman Convicted Monday

Ag 23 94 89(312), 3A

Fowlkes, Marion Isabel

Obituary

Mr 9 94 89(148), 2A

FOX

Atlanta Station Drops CBS, Switches to FOX Television

My 24 94 89(222), 5B

Fox Shaking up TV Veiwing

My 29 94 89(227), 4A

Fox Theatre--Atlanta

Broadway Bound "Hello, Dolly!" Coming to Atlanta's Fox Theatre

Ag 12 94 89(301), 2B

Series Announces Schedule

Je 16 94 89(245), 2C, 3C

Francis Lake A.M.E. Church

Church Revival at Francis Lake

Ag 27 94 89(316), 8A

Franklin, Sister Hattie Lowe

Obituary

Ap 29 94 89(197), 2A

Franklin, William Charles

Field Hand Charged in Farmer's Death

Nv 12 94 90(28), 5A

Franks, David Scott

Georgia Authorities Seek Extradition of Franks

Ag 17 94 89(306), 6A

Judge Has Franks Bound over for Trial

Ag 31 94 89(320), 5A

Fraser, Scott

Birth

Ag 5 94 89(294), 12A

Fraternities and Sororities--Georgia Institute of Technology

Frat Suspended

Fe 26 94 89(137), 3A

Fraternities and Sororities--University of Georgia

UGA Fraternities Need the Grades to Party

Je 5 94 89(234), 6A

Fraternities and Sororities--Valdosta State University

12 Valdosta State Coeds Chosen as TKE Calendar Girls

Ja 10 94 89(90), 3B

Frat Party Investigation Continues

Fe 24 94 89(135), 1A

Frat Slowly Squeezing out Old South Days

Mr 6 94 89(145), 3A

Public Service Finds Black Fraternities, Sororities

Fe 14 94 89(125), 5A

Sorority to Sponsor Bone Marrow Typing

Ap 28 94 89(196), 3A

VSU Fraternity Deals with Accident

Mr 6 94 89(145), 10A

VSU Fraternity Moves on Building Plans

Je 13 94 89(242), 3A

VSU Students Attended Party Before the Incident

Fe 19 94 89(130), 1A

VSU Won't Take Action Against KA

Mr 17 94 89(156), 1A

Fraud

Beware Telemarket Travel Rip-Offs

Mr 18 94 89(157), 1B

Elderly More Susceptible to Fraud Deception

Oc 6 94 89(356), 2C

Fraud--Atlanta

Mortgage Brokers Plead Innocent in Fraud

Mr 30 94 89(169), 6A

Fraud--Lowndes County

Inmate Caught Getting Unemployment

Fe 3 94 89(114), 1A

Fraud--Stone Mountain

Stone Mountain Man Pleads in Fraud Case

Ag 19 94 89(308), 5A

Fraud--Valdosta

Broadcaster Charged in Prescription Fraud Case

Sp 3 94 89(323), 3A

Federal Investigation Continues into Two Former Saft Employees

Fe 15 94 89(126), 3A

Former Saft Employees Plead Guilty in Scam

My 19 94 89(217), 3A

Lowndes Businessman Indicted in Alleged Fuel-Buying Scheme

Oc 8 94 89(358), 3A

Sheriff Warns Residents of Fraud Phone Solicitations

Ag 13 94 89(302), 3A

Frazier, Eloise

Obituary

My 20 94 89(218), 2A

Frazier, Vance Wallace

Obituary

Je 21 94 89(250), 2A

Freaknik

City Reluctantly Prepares for Students

Ap 22 94 89(190), 5A

City to Consider Stricter Party Guidelines

Ap 27 94 89(195), 5A

Mayor: Behave or Be Busted

Sp 24 94 89(344), 5A

Opponents of Party to Turn Tables on Mayor

Ap 30 94 89(198), 5A

Frech, William Paul

Dixon-Frech Wedding Scheduled for Dec. 3

Ag 16 94 89(305), 2B

Free Masons--Valdosta

Masons to Hold "Fun Day"

My 27 94 89(225), 6A

Sack Race Fun

My 29 94 89(227), 5A

Freedom Foundation

Local Students Attend Conference

Dc 23 94 90(69), 5A

Freedom of Speech

Letters to Editor a Freedom of Speech (letter)

Je 27 94 89(256), 4A

Other Voices. . .(editorial reprinted from The Parkersburg Sentinel (WV))

Je 13 94 89(242), 4A

Praise for Speaking Out

My 30 94 89(228), 4A

We Still Have Free Speech (editorial)

My 22 94 89(220), 4A

Freedom of the Press

Remembering What Free Press is About (editorial)

My 3 94 89(201), 4A

Valdosta Man Wins National Arms Award

Mr 31 94 89(170), 3A

Freeman, Chad Wesley

Freeman-Bennett

Wedding

Dc 2 94 90(48), 4B

Freeman, Maurice

Brooks County Hires New Coach

My 27 94 89(225), 10A

Successful Debut Earns Freeman Award

Dc 31 94 90(77), 1B

Freemen, Grant

Birth

My 29 94 89(227), 3B

Freifield, Nina

Statesboro Artist Wants to Teach Homeless to Paint, Express Feelings

My 3 94 89(201), 5A

Friendships

Friendships Change Through the Years

Ap 21 94 89(189), 1C

Frix, Carolyn Jelks

Obituary

Ja 12 94 89(92), 2A

Fry, Lloyd W.

Obituary

Ag 13 94 89(302), 2A

Fulghum, Arthur C.

Obituary

Ap 11 94 89(170), 2A

Fullwood, Girlie Ann

Obituary

Ap 12 94 89(180), 2A

Fulton County Commission

Elections Board Moves Against Bell

Je 15 94 89(244), 6A

Fund Raisers--Atlanta

GBI to Probe Murphy's Picnic

Sp 13 94 89(333), 5A

Fund Raisers--Georgia

Donations Sought from Prison Workers

My 21 94 89(219), 6A

Funderburke, Laura

Funderburke-Boyd

Engagement

Mr 13 94 89(152), 2C

Funeral Rites and Ceremonies--Sumner

Last Request Denied in Georgia Burial

Ap 9 94 89(177), 5A

Funerals--Adel

Funeral Business Unpredictable

My 29 94 89(227), 7C

Funerals--Atlanta

Farrakhan Speaks at Funeral of Youth

My 30 94 89(228), 5A

Fungicide

Tommy Irwin Issues Fungicide Exemption

Oc 25 94 90(10), 5A

Furniture Renewal

Improving the Look of Outdoor Furniture

Ag 7 94 89(296), 1D

Fusarium Stem Rot

Look Out for Fusarium Stem Rot

Je 24 94 89(253), 1B

Futch, Alex, Jr.

Obituary

Sp 5 94 89(325), 2A

Futch, Fannie Bell

Obituary

Sp 23 94 89(343), 2A

Futch, Lewie M.

Obituary

Ja 19 94 89(99), 2A

Futch, Robin Charlene

Futch-Allred

Engagement

Nv 1 94 90(17), 2B

Futch, Ruby Crawford

Obituary

Ja 23 94 89(103), 2A

Future Business Leaders of America

Valdostan Elected State FBLA Official

Ap 18 94 89(186), 1A

Future Farmers of America--Valdosta

Attend Convention

Ag 12 94 89(301), 2B

Attend FFA Camp

Ag 12 94 89(301), 2B

FFA Members Attend Meet

Jl 27 94 89(286), 2B

Future Homemakers of America--Valdosta

Attend FHA Camp

Ag 12 94 89(301), 2B

FHA Members Attend Camp

Jl 27 94 89(286), 3B

Future Homemakers of America Presents Awards

Jl 29 94 89(288), 3B