News for Thursday, April 15, 2004


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Shall we eradicate French kissing - R.H. Joseph

What is the opposite of "Divide and conquer?" Now that the Bush league has succeeded in doing for Iraq's Sunni and Shiite Muslims what God himself cannot do for Ireland's Roman Catholic and Protestant Christians, things look bleak.

Mother, son charged in Internet-related crime

By Kathy Jefcoats

Do your part to spruce up Henry - April Avison

Most of us have some spring cleaning we need to do anyway – now the perfect incentive is available.

Summer is a real roller coaster - Kathy Jefcoats

I had no idea how much school being in session impacts my commute to work until last week when classes were out for spring break. As my readers know, I drive back and forth to Henry from Fayette County every day. The two-lane Jonesboro Road is not a bad drive but I really got spoiled last week. I can't wait for summer.

Iraq: Vietnam of Bush administration - Bob Paslay

When Ted Kennedy said the other day that Iraq is George Bush's Vietnam, it was kind of ironic since it was Kennedy's older brother who got us involved in that Asian disaster.

An ode to delineated space - Ed Brock

There's something deeply satisfying about building a fence.


April 15, 2004

1,873 students could be rezoned

By Greg Gelpi

Witch hunt or reality TV? - Greg Gelpi

At best, it's the latest reality television hit. At worst, it's a mere modern day witch hunt.

Save the money, kill the arts - Ryan Whelchel

On March 22nd the Clayton County School Board held a meeting to decide on what to do to correct the county's financial situation.

NFL still stands for No Fun League

By Jeffery Armstrong

The tax man cometh today

By Ed Brock

Flying Cards crush Robins

By Anthony Rhoads

Burglaries plague local neighborhood

By Ed Brock

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9/11 commission serves important purpose - Billy Corriher

The Bush administration released a classified daily intelligence briefing on Saturday that warned President Bush of the threat al-Qaida posed to America a month before Sept. 11, 2001. The briefing warned that the terrorist network had a support system in America for its operatives and that the FBI had detected suspicious activity that might involve a hijacking plot, according to the Associated Press.

County gets new operator for bus system

By Billy Corriher

Pets of the week

LeState is a 1-year-old, black and white domestic shorthair. He has been neutered and all vaccinations are current. LeState was rescued from Animal Control. He is a gorgeous cat, sporting unusual markings. He is a friendly, people-oriented cat. Since being at the Clayton County Humane Society shelter, he has shown a distinct desire to dominate the other cats, often resorting to physical force to achieve this goal. For this reason, the Humane Society suggests that LeState be an "only cat." For adoption information call the Humane Society at (770) 471-9436.