News for Tuesday, June 1, 2004


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Don't lose your sense of humor - Ed Brock

I've found my punchline.

You can take the girl out of Texas ... - April Avison

My mother called me last week to say that after seven years of living in Colorado Springs, Colo., she and my father are moving back to Texas.

Supersize your responsibility - Rob Felt

I don't want people to die in car crashes or develop obesity related illnesses, really.

That dirty little coward... - Bob Paslay

Reports coming out of the recent state Republican convention in Columbus paint a picture of Democratic Sen. Zell Miller's continuing effort to destroy the party that elected him to every Georgia office from governor to senator.

Blame us for high gas prices - Greg Gelpi

We think it, therefore it is.

Local FOP opposes merger

By Kathy Jefcoats

CCSU wraps up successful track season

From staff reports

Political correctness has gone too far - Kathy Jefcoats

As a child of the 1960s, I grew up with comedian Bill Cosby. My parents had his comedy albums, which I thought was cool, and we listened to them as a family. His comedy was clean and familiar to my brother and I. When he talked about fighting with his brother, Russell, it could have been me talking about feuding with my brother. I remember laughing until my sides hurt, listening to Cos reminisce.

High school friends are the best - Zach Porter

Today my good friend Lee is flying in all the way from San Francisco for a visit to our hometown of Tucker, Ga. Lee, or Lee-bowski if you will, is one of several funny souls I have kept on the friends roster since our days at Tucker High School. Lee, and our high school buddies "Darth Hunt," "Old Blue" and maybe even our boy "Possum" (don't ask), will head out into the wild Tucker night to do some catching up.

Davis staying sharp at Class A level in Myrtle Beach

By Anthony Rhoads

Anna Goddard

Mrs. Anna Louise Goddard, age 80, of Jonesboro, passed away Friday, May 28, 2004.

Politicians should be public servants first - Clay Wilson

"I don't understand why anyone would run for any kind of political office," said a colleague the other day.

The building is responsible - R.H. Joseph

How ironic that it wasn't the political activists of the 1960s that led America into anarchy, there weren't enough of them. Only the self-indulgent, disengaged masses could provide the necessary impetus.

Life is ?grand' for some children

By Ed Brock

Time is short for property appeals

By Ed Brock

Officials urge caution for travelers

By Ed Brock

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