News for Tuesday, March 30, 2004


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Here's an idea that should be terminated - Clay Wilson

You're fired!" I just wanted to put those words in print one last time, while it's still legal for me to do so.

Slushies and bad customer service - Rob Felt

Last week I asked you, the reader, to submit ideas for this week's column. Responses ranged from short ideas to the flattering suggestion that I should give up photography and write full time. There was also a comment from someone who thought I was soliciting ideas to boost my own ego and that I might not have any quality material left to work with.

Time to make the right call - Ed Brock

Well, before Sept. 11 I never imagined that terrorists would hijack four commercial jet airliners and crash three of them into a pair of national landmarks, either.

The Fab Five have nothin' on Bubber - Kathy Jefcoats

One of my favorite shows is "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy." At first, I couldn't believe that homosexuals were going for the Q word because I always thought it was considered derogatory. Kinda like blacks using the N word in a television program. But who am I to argue?

Don't think, don't reflect - R.H. Joseph

You'd think Republicans had the perfect scam going. Having had George W. Bush appointed to the White House, no matter what outrages were perpetrated during his administration no one would doubt the plausibility of his denials of awareness.

A lesson in journalistic ethics - April Avison

One of my favorite conversation topics among my journalist friends and colleagues is that of media ethics.

Don't make me watch American Idol - Billy Corriher

Top-selling R&B singer R. Kelly had some of the child pornography charges brought against him dropped recently because of a judge's ruling that evidence was seized illegally.

Vehicles routinely out of county

By Ed Brock

Records show two board members traveled too much

By Greg Gelpi

West Clayton locked in on CRCT success

By Greg Gelpi

Babb students try to curb abductions

By Greg Gelpi

Dog mauls Riverdale boy

By Ed Brock

Video machine crackdown planned

By Ed Brock

?Hypnotized and over-advertised' - Greg Gelpi

"Hypnotized and over-advertised ?til we're numb at birth."

Piece together a life of quality items - Bob Paslay

Quality will survive and lack of quality will fall by the wayside. That is one good thing about life.

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CAST celebrating 15 years this summer

By Billy Corriher

Heard, Etelman turn in record-breaking performances

From staff reports