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Gaffney, Caroline Williams, Obituary, Fe 5 2003 98(112), 3A

Gage, Farrah Nicole and Scott Victor Sinclair, Engagement, Fe 23 2003 98(130), 8E

Gage, Farrah Nicole and Scott Victor Sinclair, Wedding, Au 10 2003 98(298), 7E

Gailey, Chen

Tech Making Changes After Late Meltdown Ja 3 2003 98(80), 2B

Gaines, Carrie Elizabeth and Richard Michael Smith, Engagement, My 5 2003 98(201), 9A

Gaiss, Amy

LHS' Gaiss Signs to Play Softball at Darton College Ja 25 2003 98(101), 1B

Gallagher, Jeannette Jones, Obituary, My 18 2003 98(214), 3A

Galloway, Dusty Renee' and Sherwin Keith Smith, Engagement, Sp 14 2003 98(332), 6E

Galloway, Georgia Ruth (Pursser), Death , Nv 4, 2003 98(sic 99)(18), 3A

Galloway, Julie

Soldiers' wives fight personal battles, Jl 13 2003 98(270), 12A

Galloway, Michael

Extension of troop deployment angers many military families, Jl 15 2003 98(272), 1A

Soldiers' wives fight personal battles, Jl 13 2003 98(270), 12A

Ganas, A. W., Obituary, Ap 3 2003 98(169), 3A

Ganas, Aldine, Obituary, Nv 4, 2003 98(sic 99)(18), 3A

Ganas, Brantley

I Caught a Fish (photo), Sp 3 2003 98(321), 3B

Gandy, Bill

Home builders sweep state awards, Au 3 2003 98(291), 1C

Garber, James C.

James Garber completes surgery residency, Jl 15 2003 98(272), 11A

Garber, Jeff

Garber Takes Teaching to Next Level Ap 22 2003 98(188), 1B

Garcia, Jose, DUI, Oc 18 2003 99(1), 3A

Garden Center

'A Crescent Christmas Carol': The Garden Center hosts a holiday open house this weekend, Dc 4 2003 99(48), 9Supplement

Antique show patrons (list), Oc 11 2003 98(359), 10A

Everything old is new again: Garden Center revives tradition of Antique Show & Sale this week, Oc 6 2003 98(354), 8A

Garden Center Elects Officers Ap 25 2003 98(191), 11A

Garden Club of Georgia

Valdostans celebrate Garden Club's anniversary

Kathryn Stevens, Dee Knoz, Janet Robinson, Zemina Holcomb, Claudia Smith, Jl 25 2003 98(282), 13A

Gardening

Any garden can bloom with the right plants, Au 3 2003 98(291), 5Supplement

August is a great time to plan fall gardens, Au 17 2003 98(305), 7Supplement

Autumn flowers make their presence known, Sp 14 2003 98(332), 11Supplement

Bamboo adds a touch of the tropics to your garden, Sp 7 2003 98(325), 12Supplement

Camellia Show ends today, Nv 16 2003 99(30), 18Supplement

Cool morning beckon to gardeners, Sp 21 2003 98(339), 6Supplement

Cool morning reminiscent of days in a grape orchard, Oc 5 2003 98(353), 15Supplement

Enjoy summer days, but cool weather ahead, Jl 27 2003 98(284), 5Supplement

Fall bursting forth in bright colors, Oc 26 2003 99(9), 6Supplement

Fall bursts forth with beautiful flowers, brilliant color, Oc 12 2003 98(360), 11Supplement

Fragrant plants perfume the heavy summer air, Jl 13 2003 98(270), 7Supplement

Garden Center Antiques Show & Sale returns, Sp 27 2003 97(345), 1D

Holiday plants will keep blooming with proper care, Dc 28 2003 99(72), 15Supplement

Houseplants are pollution fighters, Au 10 2003 98(298), 11Supplement

Immerse your senses in gardening, catalogs to pass the time, Dc 7 2003 98 (sic 99)(51), 19Supplement

Indian Summer days good for planting, Nv 23 2003 99(37), 15Supplement

Now's the right time to prepare plants for the fall, Jl 20 2003 98(277), 14Supplement

October si the month to get busy in your garden, Sp 28 2003 98(346), 12Supplement

Prepare plants now for cooler weather ahead, Au 31 2003 98(319), 13Supplement

Sensory Feast Exotic Gardens Offer Wide Spectrum of Plants My 11 2003 98(207), 1C

Take cuttings to save plants that may not survive winter, Nv 2 2003 98(sic 99)(16), 14Supplement

Tips of tree planting; visit Christmas at the Crescent, Nv 30 2003 99(44), 9Supplement

Treat plants now to prepare blooms for Camellia Show, Au 24 2003 98(312), 7Supplement

Trees decorate the city for the holidays, Dc 21 2003 99(65), 9Supplement

Trivia tips on winter care of plants, Dc 14 2003 99(58), 12Supplement

Visit the colorful Camellia Show at the Garden Center, Nv 9 2003 98(sic 99)(23), 19Supplement

Gardner, Chad

Mayor's Council honors disabled, Oc 3 2003 98(351), 1A

Gariel, Shelby

Camp Stories: Local Girl Scouts learn the art of a tale during summer camp Jl 2 2003 98(259), 12A

Garner, 'J. D. or Jake,' Death, Ap 28 2003 98(194), 3A

Garner, 'J. D. or Jake,' Obituary, Ap 29 2003 98(195), 3A

Garner, Daniel Reese, Theft by deception, Oc 11 2003 98(359), 3A

Garner, Josh

Student Fulfills Vow to Graduate My 28 2003 98(224), 1A

Garner, Russ and Logan Garner

Father-son bonding (photo), Sp 18 2003 98(336), 1A

Garren, Ken

More improvements made at VMS track, Sp 21 2003 98(339), 1A

Garrett, William 'Bill,' Obituary, Au 27 2003 98(315), 3A

Garrison, Louise 'Coonie,' Death, Nv 18 2003 99(32), Nv 21 2003 99(35), 3A

Garrison, Louise, Death, Nv 18 2003 99(32), 3A

Garrison, M. A., Obituary, Jn 12 2003 98(239), 3A

Gartman, June

Special delivery: Officer assists in baby's birth, Oc 11 2003 98(359), 1A

Gary, Marcella and Marcus

South Georgia Legion Fair (photo), Nv 11 2003 99(25), 9A

Gary, Reggie Allen, Suspended license, Au 31 2003 98(319), 5A

Garza, Juan, Death, Jl 30 2003 98(287), 3A

Gaskins, Alvah William 'A. W.' Jr., Obituary, Sp 24 2003 98(342), 3A

Gaskins, Ashley

Sifford, Gaskins Lead Lanier County's Grads My 26 2003 98(222), 1A

Gaskins, David Daniel, Open container, Oc 12 2003 98(360), 3A

Gaskins, Emory, Obituary, My 18 2003 98(214), 3A

Gaskins, Jaiden Tal, Obituary, Ja 22 2003 98(98), 3A

Gaskins, Katherine Michelle and Justin Bradford McCall, Engagement, Mr 23 2003 98(158), 5E

Gaskins, Katherine Michelle and Justin Bradford McCall, Wedding, Dc 7 2003 98 (sic 99)(51), 7E

Gaskins, Lucille, Obituary, Au 23 2003 98(311), Au 24 2003 98(312), 3A

Gaskins, Ted

Clean Sweep (photo), Oc 21 2003 99(4), 1A

Gasoline prices

Gas price spike deserves probe (opinion), Sp 9 2003 98(327), 6A

House in Social Circle comes with a delicious bonus, Oc 5 2003 98(353), 1C

No Reasons for High Gas Prices (opinion) Ap 20 2003 98(186), 6A

State Gas Prices Hit Record High Mr 14 2003 98(149), 1A

Gaston, Allie Mae, Death, Au 12 2003 98(300), 3A

Gaston, Dr. John

Yearbook 2003 People Make a Difference (supplement) Mr 30 2003 98(165), 112CC

Gates, Francis Coleman, Death, Nv 18 2003 99(32), 3A

Gates, Francis Coleman, Obituary, Nv 19 2003 99(33), 3A

Gates, Johnny Lee

Classmates recall taunting of killer facing death, Nv 7 2003 98(sic 99)(21), 7A

Gateway Community Services Board

Community board says state plans to cut more jobs, ignored advice, Nv 17 2003 99(31), 5A

Gaudry, Mary Eloise, Death, Au 14 2003 98(302), 3A

Gay, Shaun

Gay has pro debut tonight in Augusta (kickboxing), Oc 11 2003 98(359), 1B

Gay, Shaun Gregory, DUI, Sp 29 2003 98(347), 3A

Geiger, James F. 'J. F.' Jr., Obituary, Ja 31 2003 98(107), 3A

Genealogy

Author presents four-volume 'History of the Georgia Militia' to Huxford Library, Nv 8 2003 99(22), 9A

Brooks Genealogical Society meeting, Oc 23 2003 99(6), 14A

General Electric Co.--Macon

General Electric Laying Off Workers in Georgia Jn 8 2003 98(235), 3C

Genesis Christian School

Honor roll (list of names), Nv 17 2003 99(31), 8A

George, Cheryl and Mike Branch

Facilitator of the year (photo), Oc 5 2003 98(353), 2C

George, Kathryn, Death, Jl 9 2003 98(266), 3A

George, Kathryn, Obituary, Jl 10 2003 98(267), 3A

George, Roberta

George to leave art center Jl 3 2003 98(260), 14A

Roberta George is leaving and the new art center's executive direction, but she will always be a the center of art's heart, Jl 10 2003 98(267), 2Preview

Georgia Agricultural Statistics Service

Peanut and cotton acreage down Jl 2 2003 98(259), 7A

Georgia Agrirama

Faith Christian celebrates Nat'l Young Readers Day

Evelyn and Howard Tawzer, Nv 12 2003 99(26), 5A

Georgia Aquarium

Groundbreaking Held for Atlanta Aquarium My 30 2003 98(226), 8A

Georgia Archives Week

VSU Archives puts history on Internet, Oc 8 2003 98(356), 12A

Georgia Association of County Agricultural Agents

Agricultural agents visit area farms

Buddy Coleman, Ben Copeland, Nv 12 2003 99(26), 7A

Georgia Board of Pardons and Paroles

Clemency Denied for Isaccs My 3 2003 98(199), 1A

Man Denied Parole in Murder Case Ja 15 2003 98(91), 3A

Man Set for Execution Maintains Innocence Mr 25 2003 98(160), 5A

Parole Board to Hear Clemency Request for Carl Isaacs My 2 2003 98(198), 7A

State Executes Man for Murder During Robbery Mr 26 2003 98(161), 5A

Georgia Bureau of Investigation

Police Officer Charged with Taking Money Mr 16 2003 98(151), 5A

Warrant Issued for Former State Senator Mr 11 2003 98(146), 8A

Georgia Cancer Coalition

Cancer Coalition Seeks Funding Fe 13 2003 98(120), 1A

Cancer Fund Seeks Tax Season Donations Fe 21 2003 98(128), 4A

Georgia Centennial Farm Program

State honors 17 historic farms, Oc 4 2003 98(352), 5A

Georgia Chamber of Commerce

Georgia Chamber launches Web site Jl 2 2003 98(259), 7A

Georgia Christian School

'Baby Blues' Performance Teaches Youth Message About Abstinence My 8 2003 98(204), 5A

'Pennies for Patients' Benefits Leukemia Jn 29 2003 98(256), 6E

GCS Student Nominated for HOBY Ap 1 2003 98(167), 11A

GCS Students Awarded Scholarship Jn 25 2003 98(252), 12A

Georgia Christian adds three new board members, Jl 30 2003 98(287), 5A

Georgia Christian Grad Labors for His Education My 24 2003 98(220), 1A

Georgia Christian School gives students awards, Jl 15 2003 98(272), 12A

Georgia Christian School Hosts 'The Final Floor' Mr 31 2003 98(166), 4A

Georgia Christian School Names Top Graduates My 16 2003 98(212), 1A

Georgia Christian Standout McMullen Heading to ABAC My 23 2003 98(219), 1B

Georgia Christian Wins at Literary Competition Mr 14 2003 98(149), 4A

History comes alive in South Lowndes: Volunteers are back to renovate GCS gym, Au 10 2003 98(298), 1B

Honor Roll, Jl 10 2003 98(267), 11A

Shadowing Ap 7 2003 98(173), 9A

Soccer enthusiasts representing Georgia Christian in Wendy's Heisman program

Cale Nelson, Caley Stokes, Nv 5 2003 99(19), 8A

Vocalist Visits GCS Ja 13 2003 98(89), 4A

Georgia Club--Statham

Conference Center Nixed Mr 2 2003 98(137), 3A

Georgia Council of Economic Education

Students attend stock market luncheon

Garrett Hendley, Paden King, Ciera Staten, Daisy Cuellar, Jl 8 2003 98(265), 3A

Georgia Council of Municipal Court Judges

Judge elected to head state Council, Sp 19 2003 98(337), 5A

Georgia Department of Agriculture

Butcher shops dwindling across Georgia, Jl 14 2003 98(270), 5A

New license tag will support spaying, neutering of strays, Nv 8 2003 99(22), 3A

Georgia Department of Community Affairs

City of Morven receives block grant (photo)

Sonny Perdue, Larry Harris, Willie Miller, Danny Johnson, Charles Rhym, Sandy Rentz, Mike Beatty, Oc 14 2003 98(362), 5A

Littering costs Georgia millions (opinion) Jl 2 2003 98(259), 6A

Mike Beatty to Head Community Affairs Jn 13 2003 98(240), 3A

Georgia Department of Community Health

Official: Medicaid Cuts Could Hurt Ja 24 2003 98(100), 3A

Georgia Department of Corrections

Calhoun prisoners test positive for pot, Au 12 2003 98(300), 5A

Georgia Mulls New Prison Ja 5 2003 98(82), 1A

Georgia Department of Education

Audit Finds Mismanagement in State DOE Fe 1 2003 98(108), 5A

Cox Ready to Rebuilt Department Ja 13 2003 98(89), 5A

School Board Members Asked to Resign Ja 11 2003 98(87), 5A

State Education Plan Wins Federal Approval My 20 2003 98(216), 5A

State Report Card Available Online Fe 27 2003 98(134), 7A

Georgia Department of Homeland Security

Smallpox Vaccination Moves Ahead Ja 31 2003 98(107), 5A

State to Get More Funds for 'First Responders' My 2 2003 98(198), 7A

Georgia Department of Human Resources

DHR hosts transition hearing on Monday, Dc 14 2003 99(58), 1A

State Takes Control of Mental Health Agency Ap 12 2003 98(178), 5A

Transit System Expected to be Ready by July 1 My 15 2003 98(211), 5A

Wildlife Officials Seek to Control Deer Numbers Ja 13 2003 98(89), 5A

Georgia Department of Human Resources Division of Family and Children Services

DHR sponsors forum on domestic violence, Oc 12 2003 98(360), 3A

Val Tech hosts domestic violence forum today, Oc 14 2003 98(362), 3A

Georgia Department of Labor

Georgia Lost Jobs in 2003, but Improvement Visible Mr 7 2003 98(142), 7A

State Loses Thousands of Jobs in Four Months My 23 2003 98(219), 4A

Georgia Department of Motor Vehicle Safety

Keep Proof of Coverage in Your Vehicle Ja 30 2003 98(106), 3A

Officials: Drivers Still Need to Carry Insurance Cards Ja 27 2003 98(103), 5A

Georgia Department of Motor Vehicles

New requirements for teen drivers result in more flunking tests, Oc 24 2003 99(6)(sic 7), 3A

Georgia Department of Natural Resources

Crab fishermen score temporary victory, Oc 21 2003 99(4), 3A

Deputies kill a troublesome alligator, Au 5 2003 98(293), 4A

Echols police seize marijuana and moonshine, Sp 11 2003 98(329), 5A

Food program kicks off this weekend, Nv 2 2003 98(sic 99)(16), 16A

Georgia Environment Officials Ask Coastal Residents to Count Manatees Ap 16 2003 98(182), 4A

Georgia to Allow Gator Hunting in September Jn 9 2003 98(236), 4A

Grand Bay Sees Growth Jn 29 2003 98(256), 1A

Grant helps groups preserve endangered woodpeckers

Jim Cox, Phil Spivey, Nv 4, 2003 98(sic 99)(18), 7A

Low-Sulfur Fuel Requirement Revised Ja 30 2003 98(106), 7A

New Fishing Spots to Open in State Mr 11 2003 98(146), 5A

Researchers Guide Threatened Loggerhead Turtles Back to Ocean My 9 2003 98(205), 8A

Researchers try to unravel mystery of rare raptors, Au 10 2003 98(298), 13A

Water Restrictions Start June 1 My 23 2003 98(219), 8A

Wildlife Officials Tout Fishing as Healthy Alternative to Television, Video Games Jn 14 2003 98(241), 5A

Wiregrass making comeback in Georgia, Jl 7 2003 98(264), 1A

Georgia Department of Revenue

Georgia Tax Collections Up Slightly in April My 8 2003 98(204), 4A

Tax Collections Up Slightly Fe 11 2003 98(118), 3A

Georgia Department of Transportation

Atlanta's 17th Street Bridge Beams Pass Through Area Fe 5 2003 98(112), 5A

Board OKs Traffic Study Ap 23 2003 98(189), 1A

Crumbling Interstate Road Beds to Cost $193 Million Mr 14 2003 98(149), 7A

Efforts to Fix Polluted Marsh Stymied Fe 16 2003 98(123), 3A

Georgia DOT I-75 projects, Au 10 2003 98(298), 3A

Georgia DOT I-75 projects, Jl 13 2003 98(270), 3A

Georgia DOT I-75 Projects, Jl 20 2003 98(277), 3A

Langdale Retains DOT Board Position Ja 24 2003 98(100), 9A

Littering costs Georgia millions (opinion) Jl 2 2003 98(259), 6A

Repaved I-75 Segment Needs $22 Million Mr 8 2003 98(143), 5A

Transit System Expected to be Ready by July 1 My 15 2003 98(211), 5A

Georgia Department of Veterans

VA Medical Center could cut some services, Jl 10 2003 98(267), 3A

Georgia Division of Public Health

Activists oppose Georgia proposal to report names of HIV patients, Au 14 2003 98(302), 1A

Georgia's Smallpox Vaccinations Continue Throughtout State 2003 Ap 1 2003 98(167), 3A

Georgian Diagnosed with SARS Ap 5 2003 98(171), 5A

Health district prepares for mock smallpox clinic, Jl 20 2003 98(277), 5A

Health Lab Confirms Two Flu Samples Mr 16 2003 98(151), 5A

Health Officials Study Immunization Rates Ap 21 2003 98(187), 5A

Health officials worried about EEE virus Jl 5 2003 98(262), 3A

Smallpox Vaccination Moves Ahead Ja 31 2003 98(107), 5A

State's TB Cases Fell by 9 Percent Mr 4 2003 98(139), 5A

Georgia Emergency Management Agency

GEMA Heads Area All-Hazards Councils Fe 12 2003 98(119), 3A

Soggy soil heightens fear of flooding from storms, Au 19 2003 98(307), 5A

Georgia Environmental Protection Agency

State Lifts Water Restrictions Ja 16 2003 98(92), 5A

Georgia Ethics Commission

Ethics Reform Long Overdue (opinion) My 28 2003 98(224), 6A

Georgia Farm Workers Clinic

Migrant farm workers receive Thanksgiving dinner, Nv 23 2003 99(37), 4A

Georgia Forestry Association

Changing the landscape of Georgia: Tax structure forcing many firms to sell timberland, Au 10 2003 98(298), 1C

Forestry Association Breaks Ground for New Headquarters Ja 22 2003 98(98), 16A

Forestry needs tax protection (opinion), Au 13 2003 98(301), 5A

Governor challenges forestry community, Jl 23 2003 98(280), 7A

Georgia Forestry Commission

Commission approves firefighting agreement, Au 28 2003 98(316), 1A

Commission takes orders for seedlings, Jl 25 2003 98(282), 5A

Fast facts on forestry (sidebar), Au 10 2003 98(298), 1C

Georgia Fraternal Order of Police

Agency Presents Vests to Lake Park Police Department Mr 15 2003 98(150), 5A

Georgia High School Association

Class AA Schools Back in Region 1 Jn 5 2003 98(232), 1B

GHSA approves new region plan, Oc 15 2003 98(363), 2B

GHSA OKs New Class System, Football Overtime Ap 2 2003 98(168), 11A

GHSA's Big 32 Plant Goes Bust Ja 31 2003 98(107), 1B

Reclassification Makes AAAAA Atlanta-Heavy Jn 5 2003 98(232), 1B

Georgia High School Graduation Test

Board Reaffirms Stance My 14 2003 98(210), 1A

Georgia Horse Council

More Georgians Giving Up Their Horses Fe 8 2003 98(115), 5A

Georgia Institute of Technology

Schools Consider Tuition Increase Mr 2 2003 98(137), 3A

Universities Create Agroterror Resource Fe 17 2003 98(124), 5A

Georgia Legislature

Abortion Bill Introduced in Georgia House Ja 29 2003 98(105), 7A

Abortion Debate Flares in House, but no Bill Likely to Pass Mr 26 2003 98(161), 3A

Bikers Come to Capitol to Push Anti-Discrimination Legislation Ja 30 2003 98(106), 7A

Bill Aimed at Offenders Wearing Bulletproof Vests Ja 30 2003 98(106), 7A

Bill Aims to Slow Tractor-Trailers Fe 13 2003 98(120), 7A

Bill Focuses on Sale of Methamphetamines Mr 25 2003 98(160), 5A

Bill Increasing Corporate Name Fees Signed Jn 15 2003 98(242), 3C

Bill Restricting Abortion Passes Senate; Likely to Fail in House Mr 1 2003 98(136), 7A

Bill to Cap Jury Awards, Limit Medical Lawsuits Fe 12 2003 98(119), 7A

Bill Would Ban Sales of Beer Singles at Gas Stations Ja 18 2003 98(94), 1A

Bill Would Extend Dropout Age to 17 Fe 5 2003 98(112), 9A

Bill Would Punish Guide Dog Killers Ja 31 2003 98(107), 5A

Bill Would Require Sept. 11 Recitations Fe 4 2003 98(111), 5A

Black Lawmakers Winning Converts on Georgia Flag Ap 25 2003 98(191), 7A

Boycott Proposed Over State Flag Vote Fe 5 2003 98(112), 9A

Budget Focus Shifts to Proposed Tax Increase Mr 25 2003 98(160), 5A

Budget Writers Try Again But Veto Threat Remains Ap 25 2003 98(191), 1A

Business Leaders Opposed to State Flag Referendum Fe 19 2003 98(126), 8A

Campaign Cash Used for Personal Expenses Mr 3 2003 98(138), 5A

Cell Phone Ban for Drivers Appears Unlikely Mr 20 2003 98(155), 7A

Clock Ticking: Key Issues Still Up for Negotiation Ap 22 2003 98(188), 5A

Committee Shake-Ups Stir Talk at Capitol Ja 18 2003 98(94), 4A

Common Medicines Target of Met Bill Ap 15 2003 98(181), 4A

Deep Cuts in Proposed Budget Mr 4 2003 98(139), 1A

Democrats Fires Back at Perdue's Education Fe 26 2003 98(133), 4A

Democrats' Grocery Tax Proposal Stalls Fe 5 2003 98(112), 9A

Doctors, Lawyers Arguing Over Caps Mr 10 2003 98(145), 1A

Expand Law for Seat Belts (opinion) Fe 12 2003 98(119), 6A

Extensive Water Bill Clears State House Fe 28 2003 98(135), 5A

Fair Dismissal Rights Restored to Teachers Ap 9 2003 98(175), 9A

Flag Debate Stirs Passion in Some, Apathy in Others Fe 14 2003 98(121), 5A

Flag Legislation is Badly Advised (opinion) Ap 11 2003 98(177), 6A

Flag Plans Hit Roadblock Ap 19 2003 98(185), 1A

Flag Vote Will Be Ignored by Blacks, Leaders Warn Fe 20 2003 98(126), 9A

Ga. Cities Don't Need Own Tax (opinion) Mr 6 2003 98(141), 6A

Georgia Budget Clears Senate Ap 12 2003 98(178), 1A

Georgia Flag Finally Put to Vote; Many Black Lawmakers Oppose Bill Ap 9 2003 98(175), 1A

Georgia Flag Hearing Won't Include Public Comments Mr 20 2003 98(155), 7A

Georgia House Puts Tobacco Tax Hike on the Table Again Ap 23 2003 98(189), 5A

Georgia Left High and Dry My 5 2003 98(201), 1A

Georgia Legislative Diary Ja 16 2003 98(92), 7A

Georgia Legislative Diary Ja 17 2003 98(93), 7A

Georgia Legislative Diary Ja 18 2003 98(94), 5A

Georgia Tries to Curb Renaming of Highways My 28 2003 98(224), 7A

Georgia's Ever-Changing Flag a Boon for Banner Makers Ap 12 2003 98(178), 5A

GOP Considers Alternatives to Flag Referendum Mr 8 2003 98(143), 5A

GOP Plans to Slash Medicaid Ap 17 2003 98(183), 1A

GOP Redistricting Plan Triggers Senate Debate Fe 18 2003 98(125), 4A

Governor Loses Bid to Direct State's Legal Shots Ap 12 2003 98(178), 5A

Governor Perdue Considers Four-Day Tax Holiday Mr 1 2003 98(136), 7A

Governor Perdue's Floor Leaders Introduce Tougher Ethics Laws Ja 29 2003 98(105), 7A

Governor Signs Predatory Lending Bill Mr 8 2003 98(143), 5A

Group Fights Proposed Cap on Medical Lawsuits Fe 19 2003 98(126), 8A

House Approves Predatory Lending Fix Fe 5 2003 98(112), 9A

House Lawmakers Propose Reversal of Video Poker Ban Fe 28 2003 98(135), 7A

House Leaders Agree to Midyear Budget Ap 5 2003 98(171), 8A

House Looks at Bill Targeting High-Tech Peeping Toms Ap 16 2003 98(182), 5A

House Soundly Defeats Tobacco Tax Hike Mr 27 2003 98(162), 7A

House Speaker Urges Budget Get-Together Ap 11 2003 98(177), 7A

House Tackles Teacher Tenure Fe 28 2003 98(135), 7A

House Will Consider Statewide Water Rules Fe 27 2003 98(134), 3A

Icky School Restrooms Targeted at Capitol Fe 12 2003 98(119), 8A

Indigent Defense Overhaul Advances Fe 18 2003 98(125), 1A

Indigent Defense System Reformed Ap 26 2003 98(192), 5A

Insurance Cards to be Used Until Jan. 1 My 29 2003 98(225), 4A

Jimmy Carter Addresses Lawmakers; Makes No Mention of New State Flag Ap 9 2003 98(175), 9A

Lawmaker Working on School Tardiness Laws Fe 18 2003 98(125), 4A

Lawmakers Approve New Flag for Georgia Ap 26 2003 98(192), 4A

Lawmakers Consider Reviving State Sales Tax on Groceries Fe 4 2003 98(111), 1A

Lawmakers Endorse Entirely New State Flag Ap 5 2003 98(171), 1A

Lawmakers Extend Session to Handle Budget Ap 15 2003 98(181), 1A

Lawmakers Loosen Get-Tough Teen Driving Law Mr 6 2003 98(141), 3A

Lawmakers Slow on Indigent Defense Mr 31 2003 98(166), 5A

Lawmakers Struggle with Tax Options Ap 16 2003 98(182), 5A

Lawmakers Tackle Fair Lending Act Ja 24 2003 98(100), 5A

Lawyers Argue Over Who is in Charge Ap 9 2003 98(175), 9A

Legislation Tackles Heavy Textbooks Fe 15 2003 98(122), 4A

Legislature Approves Bengal Cat Ownership Fe 14 2003 98(121), 5A

Let's not Elect Public Defenders (opinion) Fe 21 2003 98(128), 6A

Lieutenant Governor Says Republican Leadership Holding His Bills Hostage Fe 16 2003 98(123), 5A

Medical Malpractice Bill Voted out of Committee Mr 25 2003 98(160), 5A

New Bill Would Force Students to Receive Meningitis Vaccines Ja 31 2003 98(107), 7A

New Laws Kick in Tuesday, Jn 30 2003 98(257), 1A

New State Flag Heads to Easy Passage in Senate Ap 10 2003 98(176), 7A

Number of High-Salaried State Employees Grows Fe 16 2003 98(123), 5A

Old 'Sacred Cows' No Longer Safe Ja 26 2003 98(102), 13A

Parties Join to Pass State's Budget Fe 14 2003 98(121), 7A

Payback Time Surfaces in Legislature's First Week Ja 20 2003 98(96), 1A

Perdue Brings in Troops to Build Support for Tax Hike Fe 18 2003 (8(125), 4A

Perdue Gears up for Monday Address Ja 27 2003 98(103), 4A

Perdue Looking for Ways to Avert Tax Increases Ja 22 2003 98(98), 1A

Perdue Proposes More Flexibility for School Boards Fe 19 2003 98(126), 1A

Perdue: Special Session May Become Necessary Jn 13 2003 98(240), 5A

Plans for Pyrotechnics Legislation Announced Fe 26 2003 98(133), 7A

Proposed Budget Cuts Put Squeeze on Higher Education Fe 6 2003 98(113), 7A

Proposed Vote on Flag Could Cost $2 Million Fe 21 2003 98(128), 6A

Redistricting Battle Heats Up Again at Capitol Fe 1 2003 98(108), 5A

Republicans Propose Tax Amnesty Program Fe 12 2003 98(119), 8A

Republicans Roll Out Redistricting Plan Fe 15 2003 98(122), 4A

Republicans Seek Legislature Pay Cut Ja 30 2003 98(106), 7A

Republicans Toss Mansion Allowance Plan Fe 22 2003 98(129), 5A

Republicans Unveil New Plan to Redistrict Congress Fe 27 2003 98(134), 5A

Secure Our State's Future (opinion) Ap 13 2003 98(179), 6A

Senate Adopts Budget with Deep Cuts Mr 6 2003 98(141), 3A

Senate Approves Redistricting Bill Fe 14 2003 98(121), 3A

Senate Bill in Favor of Homeschooled Students Ap 9 2003 98(175), 9A

Senate Committee Approves Legislation to Restrict Abortions Fe 4 2003 98(111), 5A

Senate Committee Votes Out Predatory Lending Law for Full Floor Vote Fe 12 2003 98(119), 7A

Senate Passes Immigrant Driver's License Bill Ap 15 2003 98(181), 4A

Senate Passes Prisoner Graffiti Cleanup Bill Ap 15 2003 98(181), 4A

Senate Republicans Aim Cuts at Greenspace Fe 20 2003 98(126), 9A

Senate Votes for Legislative Pay Cut Fe 19 2003 98(126), 8A

Senate Votes in Favor of Predatory Lending Bill Fe 13 2003 98(120), 7A

Senate Votes to Change State Flag Ap 23 2003 98(189), 4A

Sheriff's May Lose Right to Own Some Businesses Fe 18 2003 98(125), 4A

Smoking in a Car with Children May be Banned Ja 30 2003 98(106), 7A

Some Dems Want Two Flag Votes Mr 14 2003 98(149), 7A

State Budget Clears House Ap 26 2003 98(192), 1A

State House Leaders Push Tobacco Tax Ap 9 2003 98(175), 5A

State of the State Ja 28 2003 98(104), 1A

State Senate Debates Abortion Legislation Fe 28 2003 98(135), 7A

State Should Avoid Food Tax (opinion) Fe 5 2003 98(112), 6A

State Unveils Internet Parolee Database Mr 15 2003 98(150), 4A

Stephens Wins Senate Majority Leader's Post Jn 18 2003 98(245), 5A

Stronger Beer Gets Approved by House Ap 9 2003 98(175), 9A

Sunday Session Fails to Break Budget Deadlock Ap 14 2003 98(180), 5A

Talk of Tobacco Tax Resurfaces as Budget Writers Whack Spending Ap 3 2003 98(169), 1A

Tax Hike Moving in Legislature Ap 20 2003 98(186), 5A

Teachers May Get a Tax Break on School Supplies Fe 12 2003 98(119), 7A

Tobacco Tax Hike Plan Gains Steam Mr 8 2003 98(143), 1A

Video Poker Opponent Warns Against New Bill Mr 1 2003 98(136), 7A

Voters Still Waiting for Details on Flag Vote Fe 12 2003 98(119), 4A

Waking from Budget Nightmare (opinion) Ap 27 2003 98(193), 6A

Georgia Library Association

State library exhibit on display in Cook, Dc 31 2003 99(75), 3A

Georgia Military College

Fiery Crash Claims One Life Ja 16 2003 98(92), 1A

Georgia Military College Ready to Accommodate Increase in Students Ja 4 2003 98(81), 1A

Georgia Military College stresses importance of character, Sp 16 2003 98(334), 25Supplement

GMC announces new faculty members: Bonnie Tindall and Carl Camon, Au 24 2003 98(312), 1C

GMC Holds Graduation for Its Valdosta Campus Jn 8 2003 98(235), 1A

Honor roll (list of names), Oc 19 2003 99(2), 8E

Students achieve GMC honors list (list of names), Au 6 2003 98(294), 13A

Georgia National Fair

Georgia National Fair gets under way today in Perry, Oc 3 2003 98(351), 5A

Georgia National Fairgrounds and Agricenter

Georgia National Livestock Show Brings in Thousands Fe 21 2003 98(128), 5A

Georgia Natural Gas

Georgia Natural Gas to Credit Customers Who Were Cut Off Fe 20 2003 98(127), 5A

Georgia Older Worker network

Aigen recognized as older worker of the year, Jl 27 2003 98(284), 1C

Georgia Pacific Corporation

Georgia-Pacific Corp. may sell building-products distribution, Sp 23 2003 98(341), 3A

Georgia Peanut Commission

Lawmaker Expects Aid for Farmers Ja 17 2003 98(93), 7A

Lawmaker Expects Disaster Aid for Southern Farmers Ja 26 2003 98(102), 4C

Peanut Board holding nomination meetings, Dc 3 2003 99(47), 7A

Peanut crops may be waning: USDA: Peanut acreage at lowest level since 1915 JL 6 2003 98(263), 1A

Researchers find safer peanut for allergy sufferers, Jl 27 2003 98(284), 5A

Georgia Pecan Commission

Pecan Growers Aim for Brand Identity My 19 2003 98(215), 4A

Pecan Push not a Nutty Idea (opinion) My 20 2003 98(216), 6A

Georgia Ports Authority

Georgia Port Sign Trade Agreement Jn 21 2003 98(248), 5A

Georgia Ports employees seek to unionize, Nv 3 2003 99(17), 5A

Port to expand after record-breaking year, Jl 30 2003 98(287), 7A

Georgia Power

Brief power outage hits Valdosta, Oc 5 2003 98(353), 3A

Georgia Power crews help out after storm, Sp 21 2003 98(339), 1C

Georgia Power helping city remove thick foliage, Oc 4 2003 98(352), 5A

Georgia Power Works on Renewable Energy Fe 10 2003 98(117), 5A

North Street's power outage affects 240 residents Friday, Nv 29 2003 99(43), 3A

Georgia Prekindergarten Program

Georgia's Pre-K Program Marks 10th Year Ap 26 2003 98(192), 1A

Georgia Printco

Printing without boundaries: Georgia Printco enjoying success in Lake Park

Sheldon Hurst Jr., Tom Clarke, Sheldon Hurst III, Jaison Milliones, Chris Weeks, Dc 7 2003 98 (sic 99)(51), 1C

Georgia Public Health Association

Public health workers named to selection committee Jl 3 2003 98(260), 3A

Georgia Public Service Commission

Georgia Natural Gas to Credit Customers Who Were Cut Off Fe 20 2003 98(127), 5A

PSC Approves $5 Million in Heating Aid to Poor Fe 6 2003 98(113), 7A

Georgia Recreation and Parks Association

10-under team second at GRPA state, Jl 27 2003 98(284), 2B

Adel-Cook 12-under also wins state title, Jl 20 2003 98(277), 1B

Berrien Rec teams win state titles, Jl 21 2003 98(278), 1B

Four Valdosta teams take aim at 12-under state baseball title, Jl 16 2003 98(273), 1B

National has an answer, wins 12-under state title, Jl 20 2003 98(277), 1B

National teams win state openers, Jl 17 2003 98(274), 1B

Preparing for the game (photo), Jl 17 2003 98(274), 1A

Shelton wins GRPA state tennis title, Jl 27 2003 98(284), 2B

State Champions (photo), Jl 20 2003 98(277), 5B

Valdosta YMCA swim team competes at Marianna meet, Jl 26 2003 98(283), 3B

VBC National, Savannah play again for title, Jl 19 2003 98(276), 1B

Georgia Regional Academic Service Learning Conference

VSU Conference Focuses on Service Learning Ja 16 2003 98(92), 5A

Georgia Rehabilitation Association

Local man gets a little help from his friends, Jl 23 2003 98(280), 14A

Georgia School for the Deaf

School for the Deaf's Director Resigns Fe 21 2003 98(128), 5A

Georgia Sheriff's Boys Ranch

Realtors show proves windfall for charities, Au 10 2003 98(298), 1C

Georgia Soil and Water Conservation Commission

Agencies Sign Water Agreement Jn 22 2003 98(249), 2C

Georgia Southern University

Autopsy: Student Drowned Accidentally My 2 2003 98(198), 7A

Body of Ga. Southern Student Found in Pond Ap 30 2003 98(196), 5A

Fall from School Building Kills Safety Inspector Jn 11 2003 98(238), 5A

Georgia Southern Promoting Itself with 'Real World' Star Jn 21 2003 98(248), 3A

Lanier County teacher chosen for TESSI Program at Southern, Jl 17 2003 98(274), 13A

Student Recovering from Meningitis Ja 29 2003 98(105), 7A

Students and friends go on chicken-killing spree, Sp 4 2003 98(322), 7A

Students graduate from colleges

Marcus Jermaine Moody, Joshua Matthew Wallace, Shaherra Maureen Belin, Chad Ancil Carter, Geoffrey D. Hardy, Marc R. Herb, Nv 13 2003 99(27), 11A

Georgia State Forestry Pageant

Amanda's Models sweep pageant, Jl 22 2003 98(279), 10A

Georgia State Patrol

GSP plans for holiday patrols, Au 29 2003 98(317), 7A

Officials gather for Hands Across the Border, Au 29 2003 98(317), 5A

Plans for new Georgia State Patrol post get green light, Sp 21 2003 98(339), 1A

Traffic Stop Leads to Marijuana Seizure Fe 4 2003 98(111), 5A

Troopers to target impaired drivers in holiday patrols, Dc 24 2003 99(68), 5A

Georgia State Science and Engineering Fair

LMS student wins Research Award at State Science Fair, Jl 15 2003 98(272), 11A

Georgia Supreme Court

Alcohol Sales on Sunday Debated Jn 12 2003 98(239), 5A

Court Hears Case About Executing the Mentally Ill Ap 15 2003 98(181), 5A

Court Overturns Property Tax Freeze Ruling Mr 25 2003 98(160), 5A

Court Scraps Law Denying Jury Trials For Traffic Offenses Mr 12 2003 98(147), 4A

Fulton Co. Bars to Sell Alcohol on Sundays Fe 8 2003 98(115), 5A

Georgia Court Hears Dispute Between Perdue, Baker My 7 2003 98(222), 3A

Georgia Court Strikes Down Fornication Law Ja 15 2003 98(91), 7A

Georgia Theatre Company

Coming Soon... Mr 16 2003 98(151), 1C

New Theater Reflects Status (opinion) Mr 18 2003 98(153), 6A

Georgia Tobacco Commission

Georgia's tobacco growers face some tough decisions

Lawton Matthews, Nv 30 2003 99(44), 1A

Georgia Tobacco Quit Line

Program Helps Thousands Kick Habit Ja 6 2003 98(83), 5A

Georgia Veterans Memorial Cemetery

Military Cemetery Can Ease Veterans' Burial Cost Jn 2 2003 98(229), 4A

Georgia Wildlife Resources Division

Georgia launching huge alligator hunting season, Jl 13 2003 98(270), 13A

Thousands of Birds Poisoned with Insecticide Ja 24 2003 98(100), 5A

Georgia Youth Summit

Echols students attend Georgia Youth Summit

Amanda Young, Bobbie Staten, Heather Reid, Erica Delgado, Oc 8 2003 98(356), 16A

Georgia-Florida Junior Open Tennis Tournament

Junior Tennis Players Begin Georgia-Florida Open Today Ap 5 2003 98(171), 1B

Georgia-Pacific Corporation

Ga.-Pacific May Bring Back Idled Workers My 4 2003 98(200), 3C

Ga.-Pacific may sell building-distribution, Sp 28 2003 98(346), 2C

Georgia-Pacific reports higher profit on asbestos litigation credit, Oc 19 2003 99(2), 3C

Georgia-Pacific Reports Loss Ap 18 2003 98(184), 7A

Gerberding, Dr. Julie

Gerberding Seen as New Face of Public Health Jn 29 2003 98(256), 16A

German, James Edward III, Possession, Dc 9 2003 99(53), 5A

German, James Edward IV, Death, Sp 12 2003 98(330), 3A

German, Shameka Nicole, Possession, Dc 9 2003 99(53), 5A

Gibson, Fred

Fred Gibson Returning to Georgia Basketball Ja 7 2003 98(84), 1B

Injury Clouds Gibson's Hoops Future Ja 4 2003 98(81), 1B

Giddens James Laverne, Obituary Jl 2 2003 98(259), 3A

Giddens, Charles Campbell III, Death, Ap 26 2003 98(192), 3A

Giddens, Charles Campbell III, Obituary, Ap 28 2003 98(194), 3A

Giddens, Elbert, Obituary, Fe 3 2003 98(110), 3A

Giddens, J. O. 'Joe,' Death, Ja 24 2003 98(100), Ja 25 2003 98(101), 3A

Giddens, Jarrod Christopher, Reckless driving, Sp 29 2003 98(347), 3A

Giddens, John Franklin Jr., Death, Ap 28 2003 98(194), 3A

Giffin, Jeremiah King, Obituary, Nv 18 2003 99(32), Nv 19 2003 99(33), 3A

Gilbert, Brett J., Public disorderly intoxication, Oc 4 2003 98(352), 3A

Gilbert, Eula Mae, Death, My 24 2003 98(220), My 30 2003 98(226), 3A

Gilbert, Samantha

Echols Junior Beta Club Competes (photo)

Elizabeth Beal, Brigitte King, Heather Reid, Maegan Carter, Au 5 2003 98(293), 12A

Giles, Brian

Giles Off to Hot Start Mr 22 2003 98(157), 3B

Giles, Erica

Bender, Giles to Represent Southeast Georgia in Public Speaking Contest Fe 2 2003 98(109), 5A

Giles, Lottie, Death, Sp 5 2003 98(323), 3A

Gill, Grace P., Obituary, Mr 29 2003 98(164), 3A

Gill, Robert 'Bobby,' Death, Dc 31 2003 99(75), 3A

Gilland, William Ray 'Bill,' Obituary, Au 8 2003 98(296), 3A

Gillard, Kent, Suspended license, Nv 21 2003 99(35), 3A

Gillard, Teresa

Beating the Odds Val Tech Success Story Graduating Ja 15 2003 98(91), 1A

Gilliard, Sylentha D., Disorderly conduct, Nv 18 2003 99(32), 3A

Gilliland, William Ray 'Bill,' Death, Au 7 2003 98(295), 3A

Gillis, Suzanne Marie and Carter Bran Akins, Engagement, Ja 9 2003 98(85), 12A

Gilyard, Latrelle, Death, Dc 5 2003 99(49), 3A

Girardin, Sue Nelle, Obituary, Ja 5 2003 98(82), 3A

Girl Scouts of America--Valdosta

Brownie troop to host second tag sale, Dc 4 2003 99(48), 3A

Camp Stories: Local Girl Scouts learn the art of a tale during summer camp Jl 2 2003 98(259), 12A

Girl Scouts Are 'On the Ropes' This Weekend My 9 2003 98(205), 12A

Silver Lining: Local teen wins the Silver Award, the top honor for a Girl Scout Cadette, Au 14 2003 98(302), 11A

Thinking Day Fe 21 2003 98(128), 12A

Gjersten, Gil and Jose Segundo

LAMP to open thrift store in September, Au 5 2003 98(293), 1A

Gloster, Winnie, Death, Dc 12 2003 99(56), 3A

Glover, Chance

Kids Sign with Atlanta Agency Mr 9 2003 98(144), 5E

Glover, E. Erva Caum, Obituary, Nv 13 2003 99(27), 3A

Glynn County Board of Education

Glynn board votes to lure former assistant, Au 2 2003 98(290), 5A

Glynn County school board suspends superintendent, Jl 31 2003 98(288), 4A

Goats

Meet goat show (photo)

Kody Berry, Calvin Willis, Dake Berry, Oc 8 2003 98(356), 16A

Godfrey, Alex

Two-a-days next for Blazers, Au 11 2003 98(299), 1B

Godfrey, Randall

For Godfrey, Hampton, You Can go Home Again My 11 2003 98(207), 1B

Godfrey Donates Time to Kids, Money to Lowndes My 31 2003 98(227), 1B

Godfrey's Next Stop: Seattle Jn 24 2003 98(251), 1B

Q & A with Randall Godfrey, Dc 4 2003 99(48), 1B

Titans Cut Godfrey Jn 19 2003 98(246), 1B

Godwin, Joseph H., Death, Dc 18 2003 99(62), 3A

Godwin, Joseph Hartridage, Obituary, Dc 19 2003 99(63), 3A

Godwin, L. E. Jr.

Qualifying completed in area counties, Sp 16 2003 98(334), 4A

Godwin, Mike

Locals lace up to raise funds to fight cystic fibrosis, Oc 26 2003 99(9), 1A

Godwin, Rachel Elizabeth and Britt Watson Jr., Wedding, Fe 9 2003 98(116), 8E

Godwin, Sanford Lee, Death, Oc 12 2003 98(360), 3A

Godwin, Tonya Louise and Cameron William McDaniel, Engagement, Nv 16 2003 99(30), 6E

Godwin, Velma Cornelia, Obituary, Mr 16 2003 98(151), 3A

Godwin, William Foster, Death, Ap 28 2003 98(194), 3A

Godwin, William Foster, Obituary, Ap 29 2003 98(195), 3A

Goel, Anu

Meet Anu Goel, Chamber intern, Sp 16 2003 98(334), 4Supplement

Goff, Ellen Marie, Obituary, My 26 2003 98(222), 3A

Goff, Julia Clarke, Obituary, Jn 20 2003 98(247), 3A

Goff, Kyle

Goff No-Hits Brooks County My 7 2003 98(222), 1B

Goff, Cook Shine in Region Win Over Berrien Mr 29 2003 98(164), 1B

Goff, Wilma Gamble, Obituary, Jn 27 2003 98(254), 3A

Golden Key International Honor Society

Make an impact on community (opinion), Oc 19 2003 99(2), 6A

Golden, Gerald

Educating the Future [past tense]: Alumni want to restore historic Brooks County school, Nv 5 2003 99(19), 13A

Golden, Lillian, H., Obituary, Nv 30 2003 99(44), 3A

Golden, Mary Findley, Obituary, My 2 2003 98(198), 3A

Golden, Tim

Bill May Lower Insurance Costs (opinion) Fe 7 2003 98(114), 6A

Borders seeking District 8 position, Nv 13 2003 99(27), 1A

Chamber updates members of programs, Jl 24 2003 98(281), 1A

Golden Praises Session My 10 2003 98(206), 1A

Golden receives James M. O'Neal Award, Au 20 2003 98(308), 7A

Golden Tackles Small Business Insurance Fe 1 2003 98(108), 1A

Golden won't toss hat in ring, Nv 11 2003 99(25), 1A

House Speaker Coleman Discusses Session My 16 2003 98(212), 1A

Lawmakers speak at breakfast, Dc 12 2003 99(56), 1A

Lawmakers Study Perdue's Proposals Fe 3 2003 98(110), 1A

Local Lawmakers Split on Flag Ap 29 2003 98(195), 1A

Lowndes will miss Golden's influence (opinion), Nv 13 2003 99(27), 6A

New law expands health care choices, Jl 10 2003 98(267), 1A

Rainwater worked hard for Valdosta, officials say, Oc 13 2003 98(361), 1A

Right to dissent basic to America (opinion), Nv. 14 2003 99(28), 6A

Shop Georgia!: Sales tax holiday set for July 31-Aug. 3, Jl 27 2003 98(284), 1A

Goldman, Floyd

The Clipper: Valdosta hair-stylist has a unique approach

Renee Bennett, Dc 20 2003 99(64), 10A

Golf

Chick-Fil-A golf marathon Nov. 10 at VCC benefits FCA, Oc 12 2003 98(360), 3E

Daugharty leads Oliver by one shot, Au 10 2003 98(298), 1B

Daugharty wins third Oliver title, Au 11 2003 98(299), 1B

Erwin seventh at U. S. Amateur, Au 19 2003 98(307), 1B

Junior golfers invade Valdosta CC today, Sp 20 2003 98(338), 1B

Stone Creek team rallies, wins local Ryder Cup title, Oc 17 2003 98(365), 4B

Three lead at Jack Oliver golf, Au 9 2003 98(297), 1B

Valdosta CC golfers fifth at team event

Greg Blais, Sam Hogan, Guy Whidby, Nic Daugharty, Oc 27 2003 98(sic 99)(10), 1B

Golf--Armstrong Atlantic State University

Armstrong Atlantic Leads Southeastern Ap 8 2003 98(174), 1B

Golf--Georgia College and State University

VSU Golfers 10th at Georgia College Mr 27 2003 98(162), 1B

Golf--Lowndes High School

Valdosta, Lowndes Golfers at State My 12 2003 98(208), 1B

Golf--Southeastern Collegiate Golf Tournament

Armstrong Atlantic Leads Southeastern Ap 8 2003 98(174), 1B

College Golfers Open 54-Hole Tourney Today Ap 7 2003 98(173), 1B

Golf--Valdosta Country Club

Golf's Dark Side My 11 2003 98(207), 1B

Golf--Valdosta High School

Carter Has Top 10 Finish at State Golf Jn 19 2003 98(246), 1B

Hogan, Daugherty 10th at Four-Ball Ap 28 2003 98(194), 1B

Hot VHS Golfers Fifth at Vidalia Ap 8 2003 98(174), 1B

Valdosta Dominates Region Golf Tournament Ap 29 2003 98(195), 1B

Valdosta High Boys Win Blue Devil Golf Ap 15 2003 98(181), 1B

Valdosta High Girls Win Golf Tournament Mr 18 2003 98(153), 1B

Valdosta High Golf Third at Packer Event Mr 31 2003 98(166), 1B

Valdosta High Golfers Go for Region Titles Ap 28 2003 98(194), 1B

Valdosta, Lowndes Golfers at State My 12 2003 98(208), 1B

VHS Golf Coach Baker Wins Tourney Ap 9 2003 98(175), 1B

VHS Golf Shoots 287 Ap 10 2003 98(176), 1B

VHS Golf Wins Goodloe Tuneup Ap 18 2003 98(184), 1B

Golf--Valdosta State University

At Buick, Tiger, Furyk Chasing Ex-Blazer Baird Jn 20 2003 98(247), 1B

Baird Fades on Final Day Jn 23 2003 98(250), 1B

Baird Finishes 11th Mr 31 2003 98(166), 1B

Blazer Tennis, Golf Open Spring Season Fe 17 2003 98(124), 2B

Hocker (Steve Hocker) leads SJGT junior golf tournament, Sp 21 2003 98(339), 2B

Only Rain Slows Baird at Buick Jn 22 98(249), 1B

Pros Chasing Baird at Buick Classic Jn 21 2003 98(248), 1B

Team finishes fall schedule with eighth-place finish at Rollins College Invitational, Nv 6 2003 99(20), 5B

VSU finished fourth at Unicco Fall Invitational, Oc 14 2003 98(362), 3B

VSU Golfer Invited to Super Regional My 1 2003 98(197), 1B

VSU Golfers 10th at Georgia College Mr 27 2003 98(162), 1B

VSU Golfers Finish Seventh at GSC Ap 16 2003 98(182), 1B

VSU Golfers Going to Conference Tourney Ap 14 2003 98(180), 1B

VSU struggles at Columbus State Invitational, Oc 2 2003 98(350), 4B

Golf--Valwood School

Valwood Chasing Third Straight State Tennis Title Ap 29 2003 98(195), 1B

Valwood Golf 7th at State Ap 29 2003 98(195), 1B

Valwood Golfers at State Today Ap 28 2003 98(194), 1B

Valwood Golfers Qualify for State Ap 23 2003 98(189), 1B

Gombas, Joseph Jr. and Mrs., Anniversary, Ja 26 2003 98(102), 4E

Gomez, Bobby

Carter, Gomez Take Center Stage My 29 2003 98(225), 1A

Gomez, Maria, Shoplifting, Dc 22 2003 99(66), 3A

Gomez, Sebastian, DUI, Au 11 2003 98(299), 3A

Gonzales, Jose Luis

Tobacco's Tumble Jl 2 2003 98(259), 7A

Gonzalez, Jonathan

Valdosta man charged in accident that killed two Jl 4 2003 98(261), 1A

Goode, R. C. 'Pete,' Death, Jl 23 2003 98(280), 3A

Goode, R. C. 'Pete,' Obituary, Jl 25 2003 98(282), 3A

Goodin, Jennifer Dawn and Blair Ryan Johnston, Wedding, Jn 15 2003 98(242), 8E

Gooding, Mary and James Rainwater

Funding the arts (photo), Jl 26 2003 98(283), 11A

Gooding, Thompson

Gooding, Pistelli Named Valwood School's STARs Mr 27 2003 98(162), 5A

Valwood's Top Students Finish Tight Race My 14 2003 98(210), 1A

Goodman, Ron and Pong Holton

Art ink.: Lakeland art exhibit should bring black & white to life, Jl 30 2003 98(287), 14A

Goodman, Rosa Lee, Death, Mr 14 2003 98(149), 1A

Goodson, Amanda

Miss Valdosta Amanda Goodson Prepares for Miss Georgia Pageant Jn 4 2003 98(231), 15A

Goodson, Nina Voncile (Susie), Death, My 7 2003 98(222), 3A

Goodwill Industries of South Georgia

Fire at Goodwill dropoff area probed, Oc 4 2003 98(352), 3A

Goodwin, Gala

Fit for a queen (photo), Oc 19 2003 99(2), 1A

Goodwin, Reid Russell, Obituary, Fe 19 2003 98(126), 3A

Goolsby, David Sr.

Farmers of the Year Awards Presented at Banquet Jn 8 2003 98(235), 1C

Gordon, Belinda, Death, Dc 5 2003 99(49), 3A

Gordon, Iesha

Program helps kids with studies, Jl 11 2003 98(268), 1A

Gordon, Ivylyn Tracy and Charles Evans Jr., Wedding, My 4 2003 98(200), 4E

Gordon, Sandra DeAngelis and Wilbur Bernard Berrian, Engagement, Nv 6 2003 99(20), 14A

Gorman, Teresa

Strikers win in Jacksonville (Valdosta Strikers Blue) (photo)

Cat Crosby, Ronnie Smith, Ann Butts, Sarah Boldue, Tom Gorman, Sp 3 2003 98(321), 3B

Gornto, Virginia G., Obituary, Dc 22 2003 99(66), 3A

Gosa, William S.

Sumter County deputy fired, Sp 4 2003 98(322), 7A

Gosier, Emma Demps, Death, Nv 28 2003 98 (sic 99)(42), 3A

Gosier, Henry

Stewart, Eunice prepare for runoff: Sharper, Wright also face runoff in District 1, Nv 5 2003 99(19), 1A

Vickers, Gosier vie for seat on Council, Oc 30 2003 99(13), 1A

Gospel music

Gospel Legend: LeFevre plays Valdosta, Jl 11 2003 98(268), 12A

Gossard, Scott and Dana Wilkinson, Simple battery, Au 25 2003 98(313), 3A

Gottuso, Jodi Leigh and Jackson Blake Harrison, Engagement, Ap 27 2003 98(193), 4E

Governor's Honor Program

Competition Intense for Governor's Honors Program My 20 2003 98(216), 10A

Honor Students try their hand at ceramic art (photo), Jl 18 2003 98(275), 1A

It's all in the details for GHP design majors, Jl 22 2003 98(279), 1A

Governors--Georgia

Former Ga. Governor Dead Jn 26 2003 98(253), 1A

Former Gov. Maddox Said to be Gravely Ill Jn 25 2003 98(252), 5A

Maddox Buried Next to Wife in Cemetery Jn 28 2003 98(255), 5A

Grace Community Church

Board Takes No Action on Church Request Ja 29 2003 98(105), 5A

Church Asks Cook BOE for School Space Ja 16 2003 98(92), 5A

Graduation see Commencements

Grady, Lila Barrett, Obituary, Nv 25 2003 99(39), 3A

Grady, Troy Edward, Obituary, Nv 25 2003 99(39), 3A

Graham, Abigail

High on the Hog (photo), Nv 4, 2003 98(sic 99)(18), 1A

Graham, Annie Doris, Obituary, My 2 2003 98(198), 3A

Graham, Jody Lynn

Man faces murder charges: Valdosta resident held without bond after two Lanier women found slain, Oc 9 2003 98(357), 1A

Slaying suspect in court: No bond set for Valdostan charged in Lanier deaths, Oc 10 2003 98(358), 1A

Woman dies in Lanier: Body reportedly found in house where she had worked as nanny, Oc 7 2003 98(355), 1A

Graham, Jody Lynn, Death, Oc 9 2003 98(357), 3A

Graham, Jody Lynn, Obituary, Oc 8 2003 98(356), 3A

Graham, Jordan Whitney, Marijuana possession, Sp 9 2003 98(327), 3A

Graham, Mildred, Death, My 8 2003 98(204), 3A

Graham, Silas and Hannah

Labor Day reunion: for one family, holiday is a time to gather together

Courtney Hicks, Iesha Botford, Stacey Daniels, Gwen Smith, Sp 2 2003 98(320), 1A

Graham, Steve

Are Canadian drugs the answer?

Brent Burns, Susan Harding, Helen McLeod, Au 31 2003 98(319), 1C

Graham, Tyrone Anthony, DUI, Au 23 2003 98(311), 5A

Grand Bay Bombing and Gunnery Range

Be aware of hazardous materials at Grand Bay Range, Au 31 2003 98(319), 12A

Grand Bay Wildlife Management Area

Grand Bay Sees Growth Jn 29 2003 98(256), 1A

Kids Take Swamp Encounter at Grand Bay Jn 28 2003 98(255), 1A

Taking a walk on the wild side: Third-grade students see flora and fauna close-up at Grand Bay, Oc 24 2003 99(6)(sic 7), 1A

Grasses

Sod outlet opens Jl 6 2003 98(263), 1C

Graves, Mary Ann, Death, Ja 16 2003 98(92), Ja 22 98(98), 3A

Gray, Christine, Obituary, Fe 15 2003 98(122), Fe 16 2003 98(122), 3A

Gray, Clare Boisfeuillet, Obituary, Ap 7 2003 98(173), 3A

Gray, Eddie J. Jr.

Gray finishes basic training, Au 31 2003 98(319), 12A

Gray, John E., Shoplifting, Au 22 2003 98(310), 3A

Gray, Krista

Gray receives scholarship, Oc 8 2003 98(356), 15A

On president's list, Au 17 2003 98(305), 3E

Gray, Lamar, Obituary, Dc 18 2003 99(62), 3A

Gray, Natasha, Simple battery, Jl 28 2003 98(285), 3A

Gray, Pinkie Lee, Death, Sp 6 2003 98(324), 3A

Gray, Ruel W. 'Dub,' Obituary Jl 6 2003 98(263), 3A

Gray, Ruth Booker, Obituary, Ja 5 2003 98(82), 3A

Gray, Stanley Patrick Jr., Obituary, Ja 23 2003 98(99), 1A

Great American Cleanup

Volunteers Spruce Up Southside Ap 27 2003 98(193), 1A

Greater Lowndes Planning Commission

Board Opposes Rezoning Request Ap 1 2003 98(167), 1A

Board recommends new rules for daycare centers, Au 26 2003 98(314), 1A

Commission's Rezoning Study Continues Ja 29 2003 98(105), 4A

Council approves rezoning request, Nv 8 2003 99(22), 1A

Council debates daycare Jl 9 2003 98(266), 1A

Council grapples with ordinance: City's policy on personal care homes may violate federal act, Au 10 2003 98(298), 1A

County tables daycare rules, Jl 16 2003 98(273), 1A

County voting on daycare zoning, Jl 15 2003 98(272), 1A

Daycare rules proposed: Changes would prohibit daycares for more than six children in residential areas Jl 5 2003 98(262), 1A

Daycare rules tabled: Residents argue for flexibility in city's childcare ordinance, Jl 11 2003 98(268), 1A

Growth near Moody monitored, Oc 5 2003 98(353), 1A

Housing plan gets approval, Jl 30 2003 98(287), 1A

Lowndes nixes subdivision despite possible lawsuit, Au 14 2003 98(302), 1A

Moody Housing at Issue Ap 2 2003 98(168), 1A

New daycare rules make sense (opinion), Au 29 2003 98(317), 6A

Planners Table Subdivision Proposal My 30 2003 98(226), 4A

Planning Commission Approves New Development Ja 28 2003 98(104), 1A

Planning Commission Tackles Residential Expansion Jn 3 2003 98(230), 4A

Rezoning Request Highlights Problem Ap 29 2003 98(195), 1A

Valdosta City Council to consider more options for drug stores, Au 27 2003 98(315), 1A

Valdosta City Council weighs in on rezoning requests, Oc 11 2003 98(359), 3A

Greater Pleasant Temple Daycare/Learning

Center participates in food program, Au 31 2003 98(319), 7A

Green Freda Michelle, Interference, Au 4 2003 98(292), 3A

Green, Amy

Green Named STAR Student Fe 24 2003 98(131), 5A

Green, Cole

Seventh-Grader Wins Lowndes County Schools' Spelling Bee Fe 13 2003 98(120), 1A

Green, Erin Elizabeth and Nicholas Brian Dodson, Engagement, Ja 26 2003 98(102), 7E

Green, Grace B., Obituary, Ap 24 2003 98(190), 3A

Green, Grant

Local 10-year-old slaying case still under investigation, Oc 27 2003 98(sic 99)(10), 1A

Green, Jean O., Death, Au 16 2003 98(304), 3A

Green, Jean O., Obituary, Au 17 2003 98(305), 3A

Green, Judy

Green Named STAR Student Fe 24 2003 98(131), 5A

Green, Kaylee

Fund-Raiser to Benefit 5-Year-Old Cancer Victim My 21 2003 98(217), 5A

Green, Kenny

Colquitt player badly injured in wreck, Au 6 2003 98(294), 1B

Green, Spurgeon Green Jr.

State suspends doctor's license, Jl 27 2003 98(284), 5A

Green, Willie, Death, Nv 28 2003 98 (sic 99)(42), 3A

Greene, Bobby

Hunting club is strong in tradition and friendships

Barry Sims, Ethan Baker, Tristin Kinneman, Jake Baker, Tyler Thompson, Bowen Brooks, Sp 21 2003 98(339), 1013Supplement (Open Season)

Greene, Brandi Renee, No license, Au 11 2003 98(299), 3A

Greene, Dee

Greene promoted at Citizens Community, Nv 2 2003 98(sic 99)(16), 1C

Greene, Dolly Fletcher, Obituary, Jn 18 2003 98(245), 3A

Greene, Gerald

Greene Says He Was Forced out of Teaching Job Ja 22 2003 98(98), 8A

Greene, Nell, Obituary, My 17 2003 98(213), 3A

Greene, Parker

South Georgia's Most Influential featured (photo), Dc 14 2003 99(58), 3C

Greene, Steven A., Disorderly intoxication, Nv 24 2003 99(38), 3A

Greene, Vietta, Death, Dc 21 2003 99(65), 3A

Greenleaf Counseling Center

Counseling Center Open for Business My 9 2003 98(205), 7A

Greenleaf Opens New Outpatient Clinic My 1 2003 98(197), 5A

Workplace Stress Can be Contagious Mr 21 2003 98(156), 7A

Greenspace Program

Greenspace Program Cut Again Jn 12 2003 98(239), 5A

Greer, Lloyd B

Arson likely in house fire: Police questioning three juveniles, Jl 12 2003 98(269), 1A

Greer, Steve, Obituary, Nv 11 2003 99(25), 3A

Gregory, Gail

VTC student named honor society president Jl 4 2003 98(261), 5A

Gregory, Glenn

Yearbook 2003 People Make a Difference (supplement) Mr 30 2003 98(165), 114AA

Gregory, Ralph Edward, Death, Ja 4 2003 98(81), 3A

Griffin Industries--Savannah

East Dublin plant indicted, Oc 22 2003 99(5), 7A

Griffin LLC

Griffin laying off dozens, Nv 22 2003 97(sic 99)(36), 1A

Griffin LLC sold to DuPont, Nv 7 2003 98(sic 99)(21), 1A

Griffin, Christopher

Police looking for leads in unsolved slaying, Nv 29 2003 99(43), 1A

Griffin, Clayton

Local actor's movie released, Nv 8 2003 99(22), 9A

Local actor's movie scheduled for release Tuesday, Dc 8 2003 99(52), 8A

Griffin, Daniel

Griffin, Smith will represent LHS in Heisman program, Nv 13 2003 99(27), 5A

Griffin, Eric

Griffin wins Stone Creek junior title, Au 7 2003 98(295), 1B

Griffin, James Austin, Obituary, Ap 6 2003 98(172), 3A

Griffin, Jeanette Steedley, Obituary, Jn 29 2003 98(256), 3A

Griffin, John E., Obituary, Jl 13 2003 98(270), 3A

Griffin, Katie Allison and Thomas Olin Reed Jr., Engagement, My 18 2003 98(214), 5E

Griffin, Katie Allison and Thomas Olin Reed Jr., Wedding, Au 3 2003 98(291), 5E

Griffin, Katie Allison and Thomas Reed, Engagement, My 18 2003 98(214), 5E

Griffin, Katie B., Death, Jn 4 2003 98(231), 3A

Griffin, Katie B., Obituary, Jn 5 2003 98(232), 3A

Griffin, Kevin

Group trains Lowndes leaders, Au 10 2003 98(298), 1C

Griffin, Lindsay Elizabeth, DUI, Sp 29 2003 98(347), 3A

Griffin, Lynda Mae, Death, Mr 3 2003 98(138), 3A

Griffin, Martha H., Death, Jn 20 2003 98(247), 4A

Griffin, Medill and Mae, Anniversary, Jn 22 2003 98(249), 3E

Griffin, Mildred, Obituary, Fe 13 2003 98(120), 3A

Griffin, Rose M.

Five Generations Jn 29 2003 98(256), 7E

Griffin, Sofiner, Death, Sp 12 2003 98(330), 3A

Griffin, Taylor

Horsing around at the fall frolic (photo), Sp 29 2003 98(347), 1A

Griffin, Timothy B., Battery, Nv 24 2003 99(38), 3A

Griffin, Wilbur Junior, Death, Fe 5 2003 98(112), 3A

Griffin, Wilbur Junior, Obituary, Fe 6 2003 98(113), 3A

Griffis, Lorry Wade, Drug possession, Oc 12 2003 98(360), 3A

Griffis, Sue, Death, Dc 7 2003 98 (sic 99)(51), 3A

Griffis, Sue, Obituary, Dc 6 2003 99(50), 3A

Griggs, Scotty Benard, Suspended license, Au 17 2003 98(305), 3A

Griner, Beatrice, Obituary, My 22 2003 98(218), 3A

Griner, Brian C.

Doctor cited with discharging weapon in city limits, Nv 8 2003 99(22), 3A

Griner, Carlton E., Obituary, Sp 11 2003 98(329), 3A

Griner, Chris and Maggie Davis

At Valdosta Middle School, Sp 23 2003 98(341), 2Supplement

Griner, Joanne

Yearbook 2003 People Make a Difference (supplement) Mr 30 2003 98(165), 112CC

Griner, Maria Suzan and John "Jay" Bert Prince IV, Wedding, Ap 6 2003 98(172), 5E

Griner, Rhoda Lee, Obituary, Mr 19 2003 98(154), 3A

Griner, Ronald William 'Guinea,' Obituary, My 2 2003 98(198), 3A

Griscom, Timmy

New signal lights go up (photo), Sp 10 2003 98(328), 1A

Grisham Tree

Love of Sewing Sparks Adventure My 25 2003 98(221), 3C

Grisson, Archie Jr., Death, My 24 2003 98(220), 3A

Grizzell, Nicole Babbett and Samuel Frank Smith, Engagement, Jl 20 2003 98(277), 3E

Grondahl, Emily

March of Dimes Queens Crowned Ap 9 2003 98(175), 15A

Groom, Mary Joanna, Aggravated assault, Dc 25 2003 99(69), 3A

Grooms, Anthony

'Bombingham' author at ABAC, Sp 16 2003 98(334), 14A

Gross, Addison Olivia, Obituary, Mr 4 2003 98(139), Mr 5 2003 98(139), 3A

Gross, Mary Cobb, Death, Dc 31 2003 99(75), 3A

Group of Eight Summit (G8 or G-8)

Cloister hotel slated for demolition, Jl 23 2003 98(280), 5A

G-8 security measures to be strict but not 'police state,' Au 17 2003 98(305), 5A

G-8 summit would be a coup (opinion), Jl 15 2003 98(272), 6A

Georgia's Sea Island chosen for world economic summit, Jl 16 2003 98(273), 8A

Perdue celebrates G-8's choice to come to Georgia's Sea Island, Jl 17 2003 98(274), 7A

Perdue optimistic over chances for a G-8 summit on Sea Island, Jl 15 2003 98(272), 5A

Protesters already abuzz about Sea Island G-8 summit, Jl 21 2003 98(278), 1A

Protesters likely to meet in Savannah, Jl 30 2003 98(287), 9A

Savannah reduces G-8 funding requests, Dc 14 2003 99(58), 8A

Some local officers say numbers may not be enough for G-8 Summit, Nv 27 2003 99(41), 8A

Group Workcamp

Council Courts Camp project Jn 20 2003 98(247), 1A

Grovenstein, Mary Nell West, Obituary, Sp 9 2003 98(327), 3A

Guarino, Ralph and Myra, Anniversary, My 18 2003 98(214), 4E

Gudknecht, Jennifer Marie and Lance Mills, Wedding, Au 24 2003 98(312), 3E

Gudknecht, Jennifer Marie and Robert Lance Mills, Engagement, My 11 2003 98(207), 4E

Guess, Donald

Qualifying completed in area counties, Sp 16 2003 98(334), 4A

Guess, Floyd McKinley, Obituary, Nv 18 2003 99(32), 3A

Guess, Hali

Amanda's Models sweep pageant (more names and photos), Jl 22 2003 98(279), 10A

Guess, James Brown 'Sonny,' Obituary, Jl 2 2003 98(259), 3A

Guess, Robert Lee and Margaret Louise (Barrett), 50th Anniversary, Oc 19 2003 99(2), 7E

Guess, Tony

Surprise wedding highlights reunion, Au 11 2003 98(299), 8A

Guess, Tony and Dale, Wedding, Au 11 2003 98(299), 8A

Guest, Sadie Bennett Buff, Obituary, Dc 18 2003 99(62), 3A

Guest, William 'Pug,' Obituary Jl 4 2003 98(261), 3A

Gum, Carole Hall

Contrasts: Artist creates stark images of black and white, color, Au 7 2003 98(295), 11A

Featured artist of the Chamber, Nv 19 2003 99(33), 16Supplement

Gunn, Steve, Obituary, Au 22 2003 98(310), 3A

Gunther, Anne T., Death, Oc 30 2003 99(13), 3A

Guthrie, Alma, Obituary, Ap 28 2003 98(194), 3A

Guthrie, Martha Lee, Death, Ja 5 2003 98(82), 3A

Guthrie, Martha Lee, Obituary, Ja 6 2003 98(83), 3A

Guthrie, Phillip II

One City Council race set for Tuesday in Dasher, Nv 2 2003 98(sic 99)(16), 5A

Guthrie, Shirley, Death, My 1 2003 98(197), 3A