News for Saturday, July 19, 2003


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Drought, rains lead to deadly falling trees

By Ed Brock

Tax-free holiday nearing

By Trina Trice

Cheddar is good, but feta is better - Clay Wilson

It can hardly be debated that Greece has already had an enormous influence on the world.

Lookouts win Connie Mack state title

By Doug Gorman

Local cities top growth ratings

By Diane Wagner

Let's do the time warp again - Diane Wagner

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

Clayton teams fall in 15-16s

By Jeffery Armstrong

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.


July 19, 2003

Insightful observations, delightful descriptions - R.H. Joseph

A gifted painter may be thought of as a visual raconteur. Where the unimaginative might seek to depict an apple by reaching for a tube of red pigment, an artist appreciates the myriad colors reflected and emotional responses engendered by the same delectable orb and describes this multifaceted experience on canvas.

Commit to buying season tickets for the sake of art - R.H. Joseph

The Georgia Shakespeare Festival's production of the Bard's play "The Tale of Cymbeline" presents any number of interesting challenges for an audience.

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.

Shingleroof meeting rich in history, meaning

By Clay Wilson

Pass the champagne, brother - Justin Reedy

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

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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.

The Peach State of Mind, first no more - Bob Paslay

OK what do you hate more than anything in the world, well almost more than anything in the world? That is some interloper coming into your city, state and telling what's wrong with it, bragging about "back home."

Decay of society? Violence is not new - Ryan Whelchel

As you look around in the world today, it's hard not see the violence that has enraptured almost all of humanity. Day after day the world is filled with new levels hate, war, greed, deceit, etc., or so it seems.

Genetically averse to tidying up - R.H. Joseph

Should I consider the numerous pine tree seedlings growing in the rain gutters of my house indicative of some sort of personal character flaw?