News for Saturday, September 27, 2003

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Early surge gives Luella fine sendoff

By Phil Albert

A shot in the arm

By Michael Davis

Revenge sweet for MZ

By Doug Gorman

U. Grove comes up empty

By Anthony Rhoads

Fall season encourages multiple feelings - Clay Wilson

Fall is an ambiguous season. I just realized that on Monday. I don't know why it never hit me before; but I guess it was a timely realization, since yesterday was the official beginning of fall.

Demons a nightmare for Morrow

By Jeffery Armstrong

Robert Lee Johnson

Robert Lee Johnson, age 67, of Stockbridge, passed away Wednesday, Sept. 24, 2003.

Volunteers keep senior programs going

By Clay Wilson

Washing away a river of problems

By Diane Wagner

Some parting shots before leaving - Trina Trice

I'm leaving. I'm still not sure ultimately where I'm going, but I'm leaving the newspaper business for sure.

Showing the symptons of aging - April Avison

My husband will celebrate his 28th birthday in a couple of weeks, and I'm not far behind him. We've come to realize that we've reached an official turning point in our lives. We're "pushing 30."

Last Week's Poll

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

We've hocked education, now what else have we got? - Diane Wagner

There is undoubtedly some uneasiness arising out of the Bush Administration's request for $87 billion to help rebuild Iraq, but there is one thing people seem to have forgotten.

Where's my culture shirt? - Ed Brock

The man had a uniform on and he told me to get in line with everybody else.

Standing the test of time - Bob Paslay

I'm standing in the Borders book store and I am going from featured CD to featured CD, listening to the music. I always thought that would make a good commercial if you had someone going crazy dancing to the music with his headphones on while an ever larger gathering crowd of customers stares. The person could open his eyes to find hundreds smirking. I try not to do too much movement as I am in my cocoon world but sometimes it's hard when you have the volume cranked and have your eyes closed. Music can make you forget where you are and often does.

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Worshipping the boob tube - R.H. Joseph

Typical of a medium that panders to the broadest possible demographic with lowest common denominator material, the new television season is loaded with shows about a benevolent deity solving personal problems.

Can't live without my laptop - Rob Felt

The door to the office closed and I immediately went into a cold sweat and got the shakes. Something wasn't right. I looked around the familiar surroundings checking off a mental laundry list. Check, check, check? it hit me. I had forgotten it. It was the first time in a year and a half of our beautiful symbiotic relationship. My laptop.