News for Thursday, November 11, 2004

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I'm not bitter ... just right - Ed Brock

So, it's four more years, is it?

Computers to replace Electoral College - Greg Gelpi

Perhaps, I misspoke.

NEXTEL crickets chirp madness - Rob Felt

If you've got one of these noise boxes, please read up.

Paranoia at the art gallery - Justin Boron

Clumps of people huddled around an iconoclastic George W. Bush portrait, gilded with ebullient, liturgical overtones.

Where is the love, coach?

By Jeffery Armstrong

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Fire kills 6-year-old boy

By Ed Brock

En'Joying success

By Anthony Rhoads

Pets of the Week

Neko is a 5-month-old Siamese mix. He has been neutered and all vaccinations are current. Neko is a friendly, affectionate cat. He enjoys the company of people, and also does well with the other cats at the Clayton County Humane Society shelter. For more information call the Humane Society at (770) 471-9436.

Baseball as it ought to be - By Todd Defeo

So, "The Curse of the Bambino" has finally been lifted, and after an 86-year drought, the Red Sox fans can revel in a World Series Championship.

Attorneys file briefs in Hill controversy

By Justin Boron

Library seeks volunteers

By Greg Gelpi

WAVES in history

By Ed Brock

?The Little Engine That Could' - Zach Porter

I was recently reminded of a book from my childhood "The Little Engine That Could" by Watty Piper, you know the one where the cute little train says "I think I can, I think I can, I think I can," while wondering what kids read these days. It's a good book to read to a young child, a simple lesson embedded about self-reliance and conservative values. To look at some American families today, you'd think that book had been rewritten, with are little choo-choo trains being aided by the help of an expensive government program, exclaiming as he struggles up the hill, "I think the government can."

65 years of ?Gone With the Wind'

By Ed Brock