News for Wednesday, July 2, 2003


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They say that love is blind in relationships - Trina Trice

Love is blind in celebrity relationships.

Put No. 3 in the Hall

By Anthony Rhoads

Living with not-so-tolerant kin - Ed Brock

Here's to the racists I've known and loved.

It may be useless but it's not harmless - Diane Wagner

My mother-in-law died of appendicitis.

Don't know whatcha got til it's gone - Justin Reedy

I know this is going to sound stupid, but why is it the air conditioning always breaks down in the summertime?

Holland joins CCSU athletic staff

From Staff Reports

Deputies promote ?SAFER Driver'

By Ed Brock

Pets of the Week


Nuturing a culture of hatred - R.H. Joseph

It was swell when the pope apologized for the hundreds of years of anti-Jewish hatred propagated by the Roman Catholic Church.

Rescue saves child from creek

By Justin Reedy and Clinging to a tree limb in a rain-engorged creek, 12-year-old Rashad Roney felt his strength ebbing when he was plucked to safety by three Clayton County rescuers late Tuesday afternoon.

Mobile nutrition

By Justin Reedy

Commission sends penny tax issue to voters

By Justin Reedy

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.

Chevy's muscle car turns 50

By Ed Brock

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Senseless crimes cause us to ponder - Bob PaslayOur sports editor Doug Gorman, who lives in Henry County, is in shock. As are a lot of people.

Gorman recently spent a pleasant 10 minutes talking to Michael Patrick Rudy, a 25-year-old personable convenience store clerk, about baseball and sports.