News for Tuesday, October 19, 2004

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Trapped in the airport - Justin Boron

Have you ever been trapped in an airport before? Stuck in some airport far away from your home, waiting for a flight that seems like it will never leave. A lot of people have, and I don't claim to be any expert on the matter even though it's happened to me on numerous occasions, but I think I've got some insight into it that not a lot of people have reached.

Remembering baseball at its best - April Avison

I was one of many who tuned in to watch the playoff games between the Braves and the Houston Astros over the past couple of weeks. I was torn, you see, because I grew up in Texas, a die-hard Astros fan but have lived in Atlanta long enough to establish an allegiance to the Braves.

Dilbeck joins ARCA ranks

By Anthony Rhoads

Christmas and Easter baseball fan - Rob Felt

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

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.

Doing it my way in New York again - Kathy Jefcoats

Well, folks, I am headed off to New York again but this time I am flying. For the first time. Not the first time flying to New York but the first time flying ever. I always think that makes me sound like such a hick but it's true. Someone asked me once, "You mean you've never been on vacation?" I said, "Of course, idiot, I just never went anywhere I couldn't drive to."

Board moves on DMVS facility

By Michael Davis

HMC addresses need for breast cancer awareness

By Michael Davis

Bush KOs liberal ?nuisance' - Zach Porter

Imagine you're relaxing at a fine Egyptian resort in the Sinai, you're out by the pool nibbling on some fresh dates, waiting for a fresh cup of coffee to be delivered by a hotel attendant. It's a gorgeous day and you think you might make a day trip to see those amazing pyramids. You're about to bring another succulent date to your mouth when..... an explosion rocks through the hotel behind you sending debris helter-skelter, a deathly black plum of smoke fills the air. Are your family and friends gone? Are others lying lifeless around you? Are you covered in shattered glass? Do you weep while trying to help others to safety? Maybe so. But if you're John Kerry, apparently you dust the glass off your jacket and look around for your hairstylist while exclaiming, "What a nuisance!" Terrorism has never been a nuisance to those who have experienced it directly and it is certainly a bad idea to suggest that the value of certain lives lost in an act of terror, may it be in New York or Israel, are events to be categorized as a nuisance.

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

Political parties are like religions.

Peddling as a new way to save gas - Bob Paslay

I am driving up Boulevard in Atlanta on the way to work and am waiting at the light when a bicyclist, wearing his helmet and bike pants comes across the other way, manuveuring like a fine sailboat on a choppy asphalt sea. It was indeed poetry in motion to watch him command his vehicle, disappearing in the distance.

Neighbors haunt each other with decorations

By Justin Boron

Brunch aims to help break domestic violence cycle

By Greg Gelpi

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Leaders expect strong black voter turnout

By Justin Boron

Well ... here I go again - Ed Brock

Well, I'm leaving the country.

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.

Seven-up for Okosieme for Lakers' women

From staff reports

CCSU hosting live cooking shows

By Greg Gelpi

Clayton County eligible for disaster assistance

By Justin Boron

Obituaries

October 19, 2004

Enrollment up 8.8 percent

By Todd DeFeo