News for Wednesday, July 23, 2003


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All about timing and follow-through - Ed Brock

Those of you who believe that David Kelly actually committed suicide raise your hands.

A refreshing drink, hold the sugar - Trina Trice

Diet drinks are an acquired taste.

A TV hall of shame

By Anthony Rhoads

Clanton is confident he can get first Busch win

By Anthony Rhoads

World Series to begin Thursday

From staff reports

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.

Benefits of homeowners associations - April Avison

As Henry County continues to grow, adding more subdivisions and more residents, the people who live here are getting more involved in local government. They want to know what's going on around them and why these things are happening. They have realized they have the power to influence elected officials and thus lend a hand in painting the picture of Henry County.

WORKTEC, Clayton Center renew accreditation

By Trina Trice

County's restaurants making the grade

By Ed Brock

Cruising and forgetting world's strife - Ryan Whelchel

It's what everyone needs from time to time, the need to escape from the workplace and other frustrations of life and be bound for the sun.

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."

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Justice Dept. OKs special election for board member

By Justin Reedy

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.

Gillem suffers first war casualty

By Ed Brock

Pass the champagne, brother - Justin Reedy

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

The American flag is ours, not theirs! - R.H. Joseph

We all know how to define "weasel." The question is, how do we define "patriot?"