News for Monday, October 4, 2004


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To the moon, Alice! - Michael Davis

It's good to finally see private enterprise entering the long-ended "space race."

Gambling on almost nothing - Justin Boron

Hang your hair in your eyes and dance.

Terrorists hit home with killing - Kathy Jefcoats

I've been a reporter for more than 16 years and consider myself hardened to most atrocities. I minored in criminology in college because I knew I wanted to cover cops, courts, crimes, criminal justice, lawyers and judges. In doing so, I have seen the horrible things people to do each other and themselves. I often feel jaded, cynical and skeptical.

Another look at bully behavior - April Avison

I am continuously amazed at the growing number of "hazing" incidents reported in the news involving high school and college students. Where did young people learn that it is acceptable to beat the crap out of a fellow student?


October 4, 2004

Good sound advice for America - Rob Felt

Due to a compilation of personal attacks I've received about two recent columns, I feel I should apologize to anyone who thought I went too far with my suggestions. Here, in the form a public service, are some recommendations that we should all be able to agree upon. Surely by following these simple guidelines we will maintain the kind of America that our founding fathers envisioned.

Lovejoy strides toward certification

By Justin Boron

School board to consider filling senior positions

By Greg Gelpi

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Saxby gives S. Atlanta the boot as Cards win

By Anthony Rhoads

Today is last day to register to vote in election

By Michael Davis

Dorsey: Mt. Zion's running man

By Jeffery Armstrong, Doug Gorman and Anthony Rhoads

Why we will win the war - Ed Brock

I firmly believe that, unless we continue to act stupidly, we will win the war against radical Islamic terrorism.

Hit and run kindness - Greg Gelpi

An unexpected thud jarred me and my car.

Lack of fear, courage - Bob Paslay

I have mentioned in the past that I have just about every phobia in the world. I am a walking testament to the fact that you can function in a world in which just about everything petrifies you. I don't drive over high bridges, I am afraid of heights, I don't drive on big roads like interstates and I hate to fly.

Wal-Mart set to open before Jan. 1

By Justin Boron

Find somewhere off the beaten path - Todd DeFoe

There's two ways to reach any destination n the main roads and somewhere off the beaten path.

Parents establish office at East Clayton Elementary

By Greg Gelpi

Rex woman arrested on murder charge

By Michael Davis