News for Sunday, August 3, 2003


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Summer is season for most burglaries

By Ed Brock

Give alleged victims a sporting chance - Diane Wagner

There seems to be no doubt that Kobe Bryant is a nice guy, but I think I'm going to be ill.

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Staff members win GPA awards

Staff reports

Take me away from the ballgame - Justin Reedy

Is it just me, or has anyone else noticed the precipitous drop in average I.Q. at Braves games?

Maddox going to next level

By Doug Gorman

Clifford E. Jones

Clifford E. Jones of Riverdale died Thursday, July 31, 2003, at Athena Rehabilitation Center.

Work progressing on Archives

By Justin Reedy

Former teacher spreads word for United Way

By Clay Wilson

Advice from a freshman who survived - Ryan Whelchel

When you're in high school all you can think about is when it will end. When it becomes your senior year, you began to think what am I going to do with my life? To most the next logical step is to continue your education.

There's no substitute for bad writing - Clay Wilson

I have found my aspiration in life. Some people long to win the Nobel Peace Prize. Some aspire to end world hunger. Some just want to get married and raise a nice family.

Poetry, music merge into one

By Trina Trice

Reality television shows continue to create new forms of bad taste I never thought possible.

It goes without saying that Fox's "Paradise Hotel" is, by far, the lowest of them all, but one show on the E! cable channel is both intriguing, yet really sad to me.

The Beetle was love at first sight - Bob Paslay

I fell in love in 1976 and I am still as in love today as I was the first time I saw her. It happened only weeks after my Chevy Vega with its aluminum engine locked down and blew the engine.

Gayle Walden

Gayle Walden, age 50, of Stockbridge, died Thursday, July 31, 2003, at Henry Medical Center.

Margie Belle Jones

Mrs. Margie Belle Jones, age 68, of Jonesboro, passed away Thursday, July 31, 2003.

Chargers look forward to ?03

By Anthony Rhoads

The mathematics of sensuality - R.H. Joseph

There is a pervasive conceptual blindness among scientists engaged in the effort to create ever more powerful computers.

Robert Gene "Sammy" Sams

Robert Gene "Sammy" Sams passed away on Thursday, July 31, 2003 at Kindred Hospital in Atlanta.

How soon Americans forget - Ed Brock

To look at the city of Hiroshima today, one would never guess it was the first city to be devastated by an atomic bomb, nor that the 58th anniversary of that attack is just about two weeks away.

I guess I'm a little behind the times, because I've only recently discovered the enjoyable practice of downloading music from the Internet and burning it onto blank CDs.

Of course this practice has been going on for years and has been the subject of controversy. Some musicians don't want to allow this because they're afraid if people can download their songs for free, they won't purchase the album.