News for Friday, April 2, 2004


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A cure for America's ailments - R.H. Joseph

Offended that some readers perceive me to be politically biased, I'm writing this column to aid Republicans.

Time to make the right call - Ed Brock

Well, before Sept. 11 I never imagined that terrorists would hijack four commercial jet airliners and crash three of them into a pair of national landmarks, either.

Don't make me watch American Idol - Billy Corriher

Top-selling R&B singer R. Kelly had some of the child pornography charges brought against him dropped recently because of a judge's ruling that evidence was seized illegally.

Campbell, Baker enjoying Tech's run in Final 4

By Doug Gorman

A lesson in journalistic ethics - April Avison

One of my favorite conversation topics among my journalist friends and colleagues is that of media ethics.

Church shares Passion with Crucifixion

By Greg Gelpi

Counselor with bogus degree remains on staff

By Greg Gelpi

County gets first SPLOST check

By Billy Corriher

Time to ?spring forward'

By Ed Brock

Plenty of hoops stars in Georgia

By Doug Gorman

Sweep nets fugitives

By Ed Brock

Architect donates time, expertise to others

By Billy Corriher

Stomping on Europeans 'cause we can - Bob Paslay

Forgive me because I just got back from nine days in Europe, watching their newscasts, and so it will take me a few days to come back to our side vs. theirs.

Fortune's forgotten Chinese cookie - Michael Davis

I'm not a really superstitious guy. I don't go to fortune-tellers, I don't look into crystal balls and the only thing you might read on my palm is a phone number. Quite frankly, I'm afraid of beads and incense and oversized playing cards.

Assembly puts brakes on discipline problems

By Greg Gelpi

Horrific images can cloud judgment - Rob Felt

The link on the news Web site read "**Warning: Graphic Photos** Iraqis mutilate burnt body; hang from bridge," so, of course, it got clicked.

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April 2, 2004

Democracy rejected in one word - Greg Gelpi

A one-syllable word could have been the passport to democracy, but they declined.