News for Thursday, October 9, 2003


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Random thoughts from a sports guy

By Jeffery Armstrong

Sick day soup for the soul - Rob Felt

Sand swirled against the windshield and I pushed the accelerator harder into the car's floorboard. My navigator barked a flurry of commands at me from the passengers seat over the engine's high rpm whine: "?medium right, up hill to slow left?" We were banging our way through a 24-hour road race in Egypt. I gripped the Subaru's steering wheel as we hand-braked into a long power-slide around the Sphinx.

Last Week's Poll

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

CCSU's Okosieme returns from World Cup

By Doug Gorman

A few gripes about the California recall - Bob Paslay

Let me say up-front I do not care who wins the California governor's race. Two issues do gripe me a little that I will dispose of before I get to my big gripe that has more national implications.

A bad southern football season - April Avison

I don't care about football.

You simply don't measure up - R.H. Joseph

The only organization that doesn't email me unsolicited offers to increase the size of various parts of my anatomy is Ben & Jerry's. Honorable men, they provide such enhancement for free.

Georgia's first lady visits Clayton students

By Greg Gelpi

Losing with grace in sports - Greg Gelpi

Flames leaping from buildings and cars overturned.


October 9, 2003

SACS looks at Clayton schools

By Greg Gelpi

Brand-new cyber-world is same as it ever was - By Diane Wagner

The more I fiddle around the Internet, the more I find myself cudgeling my brain to remember the old French saying that translates into "the more things change, the more they stay the same."

Educators to learn more about Asian population

By Greg Gelpi

Army celebrates Hispanic American Month

By Ed Brock

Lovejoy, Mt. Zion hit road tonight for region games

By Anthony Rhoads

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Southern matters of life and death - Clay Wilson

There are many things I like about living in the South. The laid-back pace, the general friendliness of the people, the food, the funerals.

Politics are at knifepoint - By Ed Brock

A flashing memory of the knife that had been displayed earlier in the conversation kept me on edge in that ancient New Orleans courtyard where I found myself surrounded.

Woman pleads guilty in rabbit, Guinea pig case

By Ed Brock