News for Saturday, July 17, 2004


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Advance voting proves popular

By Ed Brock

Don't be too ambitious with math - April Avison

The local news reported last week that Georgia education officials are considering a new way of teaching math that would "combine concepts from courses in algebra, geometry and trigonometry."

Clayton County man dies in fire

By Ed Brock

Flood still wet memory 10 years later - Kathy Jefcoats

I can't believe it has been 10 years since the Great Flood because I remember it so well. I was scheduled for surgery that week and spent a rainy Monday at the hospital in Macon getting pre-op tests run. Sometime that afternoon, all non-emergency surgeries in the city were canceled. It would be almost a year before I underwent that surgery but that's a whole other story.

Temperatures heat up during 'dog days of summer'

By Greg Gelpi

State approves parts of new curriculum

By Clay Wilson

For the love of wheels and reels

By Anthony Rhoads

Pen is mightier than the sword - Michael Davis

We'd all like to be remembered long after we're gone for something we wrote or said publicly. Something witty or profound. But lately, there hasn't been much of that.

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Is this the Seinfeld administration? - Ed Brock

The latest press conference by Homeland Security Director Tom Ridge strongly resembled an episode of "Seinfeld."

Harvest Faith International Ministries hosting revival

Compiled by Greg Gelpi

Don't monkey with a beautiful document - Bob Paslay

I love the American Constitution. Anyone who loves clear, beautiful and concise writing has got to love this document.

You'd better just take that nap - Rob Felt

When life decides to kick you in the gee-willikers and you don't know where the heck to turn, why not just take a nap?

See through their stratagems - R.H. Joseph

What could be more despicable than striking unnecessary fear into the hearts of the public for the sole purpose of furthering your own ends?

A Cajun recipe to debunk TV - Greg Gelpi

The recipe for the perfect Cajun programming (sarcasm included):