News for Tuesday, September 2, 2003


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The educated must regain control - R.H. Joseph

With the United States Open tennis tournament and the National Football League season upon us I can't help but reflect upon the notion of "the will to win."

Group sex is wrong, wrong, wrong - By Trina Trice

I've read that back in the late 1960s and throughout the 1970s, the sexual revolution reached an all-time low with the advent of swinging, or partner swapping.

Clayton State women lose opener

From staff reports

Another one bites the dust - April Avison

Journalists have always been thoroughly interested in other people's lives and I'll admit I enjoy my share of gossip.

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Mt. Zion makes a fashion statement

By Trina Trice

Cat-ladyitis comes on little fog feet - Diane Wagner

I caught myself before I could say it at a party this weekend, but there's no denying that the words have been hovering on my lips.

Lovejoy, Jonesboro a family rivalry on court

By Anthony Rhoads

You're thinking about Pilgrims - Ed Brock

There's a tendency by many who support the likes of Judge Roy Moore to cite our nation's supposed foundation on Christian laws.

Call me a strict consternationist - Bob Paslay

Some of my friends are strict constitutionalists and I applaud their zeal. But for me, I am a strict consternationist

Aquatic center builder on agenda

By Ed Brock

Police plan ?aggressive' patrols this weekend

By Ed Brock

Policing to prevent crime

By Ed Brock

Clones may face ?rabbit' opposition - Clay Wilson

Have people learned nothing from science fiction movies?

Elizabeth A. Kidd

Elizabeth A. Kidd, 54, of Jonesboro, died Aug. 31, 2003. Surviving are husband Garland D. Kidd Sr.; daughter Kelly Askew; son-in-law Glenn Askew; grandson Troy Askew; son Garland "Dennis" Kidd Jr.; daughter Melinda Myers; son-in-law Duane Myers; grandson Justin Myers; brothers Peter and Steven Keat; and other family members in Sydney, Australia.

Quitting less fun than smoking - Rob Felt

What kills me is that nervous, crawly feeling. It always starts with my arms itching and then I feel trapped and antsy. The cure? Just a couple of quick drags from a Marlboro Medium n my weapon of choice. That withdraw following your "last cigarette" a day later is its own disease. Research shows that smoking permanently changes your brain chemistry and basically makes you want to smoke for the rest of your life. I could've saved them some time and money on that study.

Woman raped, man shot during Morrow break-in

By Ed Brock

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