News for Monday, July 7, 2003


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July 7, 2003


Thrifting can be a Zen experience - Trina Trice

One man's trash is another man's treasure.

Living with not-so-tolerant kin - Ed Brock

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

You can't tell me what to do! - Justin Reedy

When you're a little kid, you expect your parents and other elders to give you pointers on life n look both ways before crossing, don't talk to strangers driving unmarked vans, that sort of thing.

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

My mother-in-law died of appendicitis.

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.

?28 Days Later' a well-crafted creep-o-rama - R.H. Joseph

Though a full-fledged, testosterone-driven, sex-and-violence-flick kinda guy, I have never been drawn to slasher/flesh-eating-zombie movies.

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What to do about the school board

By Glenn Dowell

Library Internet ?filter' stays in place

By Ed Brock

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.

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.

Summer is the season for tomatoes

By Justin Reedy

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Board meets before retreat

By Trina Trice

Keeping one's garden unplowed - R.H. Joseph

In a brilliant stroke director Karen Robinson has imbued Moli?re's hilarious play "The School for Wives" with the madcap abandon of vaudeville.

Going hog wild over food (Bob Paslay)

A little controversy broke out in the newsroom recently over banana sandwiches. Hey, you fight over what you want to fight over and we'll fight over the little things.