News for Saturday, April 19, 2003


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Tea mandate, others fall by the wayside

By Diane Wagner

Performers make play an excellent choice - R.H. Joseph

Those wishing to understand the complexities of a world driven to violence by the confluence of politics and religion would do well to attend closely to T.S. Eliot's play "Murder in the Cathedral."

Work continuing on Hartsfield fifth runway

By Justin Reedy

Boyd takes over at Riverdale

By Doug Gorman


John Curtis (J.C.) Perkins

Local Christians plan Easter sunrise services

By Clay Wilson

April 16

Emma L. Savage

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April 15

Eddie Glenn Messer Sr.

Smoltz saves day for Braves


Chamber gives state C

By Ed Brock

Cardinals close out week with region win

By Anthony Rhoads

April 18

Gary Wayne Joiner

Discovering the bleak reality of madness - R.H. Joseph

How rare the artist who possesses not only creativity and talent but also a philosophical depth commensurate with his or her gift for expressiveness.

April 17

Laura Lee Andreen Neace