News for Tuesday, July 15, 2003


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Send James Bond after Saddam - Ed Brock

I hear that Saddam Hussein has shaved his head, taken to carrying a fuzzy white cat with him wherever he goes and has taken up residence in an underground lair in an extinct volcano.

Embrace dem works, don't dis them - Trina Trice

Language is wonderful because it is probably the only aspect of humanity that one can see evolving, literally.

Let's do the time warp again - Diane Wagner

I had plans this past weekend for some heavy spring cleaning.

Dale Jr. to greet fans before start of Georgia 500

From Staff Reports

Jonesboro take 2nd at CCSU team camp

By Doug Gorman

Sanders takes feature win at Senoia

From Staff Reports

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Struggling to cope with an empty nest complex - Clay Wilson

My editor pointed out to me last week (editors are notorious for this sort of thing) that lately I've written several columns based on news items I had read.

Southerners can't give up grits - Bob Paslay

A friend of mine once asked me if the Civil War broke out again which side would I fight on. Without hesitation I said the South, of course.

Crossing guard cuts costing cities

By Trina Trice

Morrow pre-teen grabs Georgia crown

By Trina Trice

Pass the champagne, brother - Justin Reedy

By this time next week I'll be hip-deep in preparations for my brother's wedding.

Everything happens for a reason - April Avison

True to form for a new mother, my sister Carla e-mails pictures of her six-month-old daughter about once a week.

Music: ?State of Love and Trust' - Ryan Whelchel

Through the years, music has evolved many times. Sometimes at a very rapid rate, like a nitroglycerin fueled explosion and others at a very slow rate like a race between confused snails.

Rushing toward another dark age - R.H. Joseph

There is a misperception taking hold in America: we are permitting our most primitive stratum to define its war against culture as a battle among equals.

HUD funds can be found online

By Ed Brock

More than 600 teachers hired for school year

By Trina Trice