News for Tuesday, July 27, 2004

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The boogey man is gone - Tamara Boatwright

On the evening of Sept. 25, 1983, Leslie English was in her little girl pajamas, sleeping in her little girl bed, dreaming little girl dreams.

A little too close to the action - Greg Gelpi

Put me in the trenches and drop me into the middle of the action.

Technology can fuel voting passion - Rob Felt

It was like watching off-track betting. Hundreds gathered at the Henry County Administration building on the night of the primary election to crane their necks at large projection screens and watch the results pour in.

Pageant focus is on inner beauty - Kathy Jefcoats

I am not a fan of beauty pageants, for most of the same reasons they are not popular with a lot of people - they exploit women and focus too much on appearances only. But I covered a pageant Saturday night where looks were not important at all and there wasn't a bathing suit in sight.

The race goes to the comforting - R.H. Joseph

Could someone please explain why the United States Post Office plopped $10 million into Lance Armstrong's bank account so he could have a good shot at winning the Tour de France.

The electric underworld of spy ware - Ed Brock

They stood in a lineup before me. The sophisticated Lopdotcom and his dumb vicious brother Lop Hijacker, the sexy but deadly Alexa Toolbar and the enigmatic CWS_NS3.

Morrow starts from scratch

By Jeffery Armstrong

Gardeners gather for community

By Clay Wilson

School board approves SPLOST

By Ed Brock

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State releases AYP list

By Clay Wilson

Hearing postponed, bond set for accused shooter

By Michael Davis

Obituaries

July 28, 2004

The show isn't over until the swan sings - Clay Wilson

It's customary, I suppose, for a writer to make his so-called "swan song" column his last one before he leaves a particular publication.