News for Thursday, October 14, 2004


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Taking a chance with your life - Kathy Jefcoats

I believe in physical exercise just as much as anyone else but I don't think it is safe to jog, walk or ride a bike along Jonesboro Road during morning rush hour. It may not be safe at any time during the day but certainly it is not in the morning with commuters and school bus drivers fighting each other for every bit of available road space.


October 14, 2004

It's not just about the gambling - Todd Defeo

The crowd around Kate Eschelbach stood up; the noise level rose as the crowd started cheering for their favorite horses making their way around the final curve and into the homestretch.

Motions to be heard in Jenkins case

By Kathy Jefcoats

Fess up and I'll vote for you - Greg Gelpi

Political parties are like religions.

McDonough man killed on I-75

By Kathy Jefcoats

?Cats, Cougars to battle for top spot in region

By Anthony Rhoads

Christmas and Easter baseball fan - Rob Felt

Postseason baseball is here, so I'm a fan again.

It may be rock 'n' roll, I still don't like it - Michael Davis

Whenever I hear The Who on the radio, I expect a car commercial. Whenever I hear the Rolling Stones, a TV commercial. Make it stop!

Fans get too upset over games

By Jeffery Armstrong

Gambling on almost nothing - Justin Boron

It's Halloween year around at my apartment building.

Lessons learned from an old friend - April Avison

After having a few beers one night, an old friend and I got into a wildly intelligent discussion.

CCSU to provide flu vaccines

By Greg Gelpi

New institute to give teen driving safety a lift

By Justin Boron

The view from an old codger - Bob Paslay

At the risk of being accused of flip-flopping, I think my opinion has changed greatly about the kid in Henry County who has been ordered to take all the metal out of his face because it is distracting.

Pets of the Week

Lazlo is a 3-month-old tabby domestic medium-hair. He has been neutered and vaccinations are current. When he was only a few weeks old, Lazlo became a victim of animal cruelty when he was tossed from a moving vehicle. Luckily, his injuries were minor and he recuperated quickly. He's a sweet kitten who craves human attention. For adoption information call the Clayton County Humane Society at (770) 471-9436.

Oh say can you Seay

By Justin Boron

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Well ... here I go again - Ed Brock

Well, I'm leaving the country.

Jonesboro wins region title

By Doug Gorman

Mundy's Mill, Fayette look to get on track

By Doug Gorman

Survey: Education low, adequate in county

By Greg Gelpi