News for Tuesday, February 3, 2004

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Searching for answers in Iraq - Billy Corriher

Now that former chief weapons inspector David Kay has gone public with his belief that Iraq did not possess weapons of mass destruction, President Bush will order an investigation of U.S. intelligence failures, the Associated Press reported Sunday.

Godfather of Soul in trouble again - Kathy Jefcoats

I got the call last week I didn't expect to get. The Godfather of Soul was in trouble again. The call came from Karen, a reporter at the Aiken Standard, the paper where I worked for more than a year.

Saying one thing and wishing another - Bob Paslay

Why do you think people deep down don't like politicians? And what is it about politicians that are different from the rest of us?

The imminent perils of self-love - R.H. Joseph

Recently I pointed out how spontaneity undermines self-absorption, how the leap of faith allowing individuals the illusion their perceptions define truth is undone when obsessive self-reflection is abandoned.

Candidates put best face forward - April Avison

In our quest to find something wrong with the Democratic presidential candidates, we stumbled upon something juicy last week.

The real trial of the century - Ed Brock

Like I wrote last week, if and when Saddam Hussein goes to trial, certain Americans may well be named as accessories to his crimes.

Bill seeking restriction of soda sales in school

By Greg Gelpi

Riverdale, Mundy's Mill boys advance

By Jeffery Armstrong

Obituaries

February 3, 2004

Area layoffs continue

By Billy Corriher

Boy suspended for knife

By Ed Brock

Not all votes created equal - Greg Gelpi

The show is over. Go home. Votes have been cast in Iowa and New Hampshire, and political pundits are already anointing John Kerry the Democratic candidate for president.

Stop driving those killer cars - Zach Porter

I wonder where they are going everyday at 100 miles per second flying past.

I could've been a game show contender - Clay Wilson

Judge not, that ye be not judged" (Matt. 7:1). A valuable admonition; one I too often find myself forgetting.

Stockbridge man shoots wife, self

By Kathy Jefcoats

And tax time for all

By Ed Brock

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Board questions animal control policy

By Billy Corriher