News for Saturday, April 12, 2003


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Legislature negotiating

By Diane Wagner

NASCAR set for trip to short track

It will be difficult to match the excitement Dale Jr.'s Talladega win generated last weekend, but expect a few more twists, turns and bumps as the tour moves to Martinsville this week. The Virginia speedway is one of three short tracks left on the NASCAR schedule and it's been a part of the stock car show since the beginning.

Warhawks return to action with win

By Anthony Rhoads

?Phone Booth' shines like a lustrous gem - R.H. Joseph

To appreciate all that goes into a film one need only contemplate the variety of Academy Awards: best actors of every sort, script, cinematography, sound, costumes, editing, and scads more.

Thompson gears up for pro career

By Doug Gorman

Suffocating in the religious zealotry - R.H. Joseph

It is easy to speak highly of Tony Kushner's play "Homebody/Kabul." What is difficult is deciding toward whom one should address one's enthusiasms.

Master gardner program turning novices into pros

By Trina Trice

Volunteers get the spotlight at United Way banquet

By Clay Wilson

Retaining female police officers key

By Ed Brock

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