News for Thursday, October 28, 2004


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Presidential election column mad lib - Rob Felt

Tired of reading the opinions of some columnist you don't agree with? Then use this handy mad lib and rant up your very own partisan diatribe!

Moore comedy, less truth - Zach Porter

Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 9/11 is a really hilarious film. Watching some of its opening scenes, like the one where Bush asks "anybody want some grits?" I can't help but double over in a fit of laughter. And who could forget song and dance man John Ashcroft gracing our ears with, "Let the Eagle Soar." What a great comedy! But wait a minute, it's not supposed to be a comedy, it's a "documentary."

An unprecedented road trip - Justin Boron

I stood at my front door as my friend and his brother pulled into my driveway. We were about to embark on an unprecedented journey.

Mt. Vernon, Dawson Street agree on title game venue

By Doug Gorman

Job seekers converge for airport job fair

By Greg Gelpi

Race fans have many routes to AMS track

By Michael Davis

Ware's son charged in dog bite

By Ed Brock

Spontaneity breeds truth - Greg Gelpi

There's a certain honesty in spontaneity.

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October 29, 2004

Red Baron squadron barnstorming AMS

By Ed Brock

Greetings from New York - Kathy Jefcoats

Well, I made it. I completed my first airplane ride, from Atlanta to NYC, Saturday and am now sitting in the business center of the hotel where I am staying in New York. I am on Long Island so I take the train n Long Island Railroad n into the "the city," Manhattan. I will be here all week and will return back to work Monday. But I am not thinking of that right now. I am in the city I love and having a ball.

Object at school causes lockdown

By Ed Brock

There and back again - Ed Brock

We were sitting on rough-hewn, upended logs that served as stools, eating ramen noodles at a cozy little place near my in-laws' house in Chiba, Japan.

Voters brave heat, long lines and bees to cast vote

By Justin Boron

Forest Park businessman experiences Japan earthquakes

By Ed BrockKelly and JoAnn Sullivan's visit with their daughter in Japan was going well until a deadly earthquake hit the region of the country where they were.

Student alleges pinching assault by teacher

By Greg Gelpi