News for Thursday, December 2, 2004


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Salvation Army adjusts to Target clampdown

By Justin Boron and Mike Davis

Yakking over a bourbon and Coke - Bob Paslay

It is rainy, not raining, in Atlanta Sunday night. A fog shrouds midtown, creating this wonderfully eerie feel as the lights of the skyline are visible, but muted.

Watch out! Segway coming through - Justin Boron

I think it's time I articulated my position on a debilitating issue that our urban and suburban communities are facing. The Segway is the latest evil of our technologized society, and it could obsolesce tennis shoes forever.

On the frailty of traffic jams - Ed Brock

There is a rule of interstate travel.

Forget the gift, go for the box - Greg Gelpi

It's all in the packaging.

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ELP bridge opens this morning - maybe

By Todd DeFeo

Little reminders of the past, should I keep them? - Zach Porter

Plowing through the mass of papers that is the vague half-record of my life, I become exhausted. I'm a bit of a pack rat, but a recent bout of moving and some pre-emptive measures against "Spring Cleaning" have left me questioning the necessity of keeping so many things.

Notre Dame fires its No. 2 coach

by Jeffery Armstrong

Locals shine at next level

By Anthony Rhoads

Man killed in car wreck

By Ed Brock


December 2, 2004

Haircuts and nailclippings - Rob Felt

As the dark winter approaches, holding us indoors to contemplate the woes of our lives, there are several common cures for its cold gray oppression. To that list I add haircuts and nail clippings.

DFCS stresses welfare diversion

By Ed Brock

Pets of the Week

Connery is a 1-year-old orange and white domestic shorthair. He has been neutered and all vaccinations are current. Connery was found in a busy parking lot, dodging cars and begging for food from patrons of a nearby restaurant. For more information about Connery call the Clayton County Humane Society at (770) 471-9436. Other animals available for adoption may be seen at

Credit card fraud on the rise

By Ed Brock