News for Tuesday, November 16, 2004


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A brutal driving nightmare - Justin Boron

"I'm trying to get over!"

Getting my priorities right - Bob Paslay

This has not been a great year for me when it comes to victories. My beloved Dodgers fell short in the quest for the World Series and recently my candidate failed in the bid for the presidency. But in all competition, I say give it your all and accept the outcome. So you won't find any whining from me.

NEXTEL crickets chirp madness - Rob Felt

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

Computers to replace Electoral College - Greg Gelpi

Perhaps, I misspoke.

Another mountain under my belt - Ed Brock

I'm starting to forget how many mountains I've actually climbed, but taken all together I'm sure they equal at least half of Mt. Everest.

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.


November 16, 2004

Honoring military service

By Michael Davis

?By your hand, you took away our son'

By Todd DeFeo

The ABCs of storytelling - Zach Porter

Despite continuing forays into that cesspool of television some like to call "Reality TV," the ABC network has produced two exciting new hour-long fictional dramas with "Desperate Housewives" and "Lost." Right now these are the most exciting shows on television, trumping even the likes of HBO.

County commission to act on transfer of sheriff's units

By Justin Boron

Diverse lunch is served

By Greg Gelpi

Coat drive in time for cold weather

By Justin Boron

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Clayton men earn first win

From staff reports

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.

Better safe than sorry

By Todd DeFeo

Matthews headed to Troy

By Doug Gorman

Hampton mother, son stabbed

By Ed Brock