News for Sunday, October 19, 2003


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West Nile hits home in Henry

By Diane Wagner

Martha Christine McCullough Williams

Mrs. Martha Christine McCullough Williams of Riverdale passed away Thursday, Oct. 16, 2003, at Southern Regional Medical Center.

Wildcats remain unbeaten

By Jeffery Armstrong

Wireless number portability to begin by Nov. 24

By Ed Brock

Kick of Mayo dooms Dogs

By Anthony Rhoads

Are we there yet? - Rob Felt

Empty soda cans rattle against each other under the seat and half a bag of cheese-flavored popcorn spills onto the floorboard of the minivan. Wheat fields blur past the window a mile a minute and telephone poles tick the slow pace of time like a traveler's metronome. Magnetic checkers have lost their charm and the batteries are dead in the Gameboy. There are neck cramps and the sticky halitosis of a snack food diet makes small talk quite avoidable. The question is coming. Are we there yet?

From elation to deflation for Riverdale

By Doug Gorman

Last Week's Poll

Question: Do you think things are going well in Iraq?

You've got to pay the piper - R.H. Joseph

Following Schwarzenegger's election many appear suddenly cognizant of the moral relativism of conservatives. Regular readers of this column are now quietly smiling while the less perceptive discover what they have known for some time.

Another rough Landing

By Phil Albert

Locals are taking ?three for the team'

By Michael Davis

Red Ribbon Week's focus is on ending drug use

By Greg Gelpi

Police officers to be awarded

By Ed Brock

A few thoughts on addiction - Bob Paslay

I have been thinking lately about wasted lives. The Freddie Fender song about "Wasted Days and Wasted Nights" has been running through my head.

Money can't buy love - maybe just a card? - Clay Wilson

Another area newspaper recently ran a column on how telemarketers aren't evil.

Longing for a place to drink java - Greg Gelpi

What is there to do here?

Writing columns is easy - a few paragraphs about Radiohead - Zach Porter

I'm sitting here reading the bold black letters over and over again: "Your home is at risk if you do not keep up with everyone else." The line is such an amusing non-sequitur and it tickles me more with every read. Is it a note from the bank, the creditors, a nasty surprise in the mailbox? No, don't be alarmed, it's just my brand new official Radiohead anorak (or rain slicker if you like), that I purchased at their concert at HiFi Buys Ampitheatre one week ago. This bright yellow anorak (or windbreaker if you prefer), is the memento I have left to cherish my favorite musical group in the whole wide world and their incredible concert event that is already fading into hazy shades of gray.

The newspaper is here to tell news - Ed Brock

Perhaps it is time again for me to point out that it is not the job of the media to tell you good news.

Looking for life's little questions - Diane Wagner

When I was a child I was constantly asking questions.

Chamber to host awards luncheon


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