News for Tuesday, April 12, 2005

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Steven's has got some fine food - Justin Boron

Quality and quantity aren't always mutually exclusive in the restaurant industry.

Shooting right through our heads - Rob Felt

The dream started with some kind of high school football tryout. An old boss of mine was there, and he was curious as to why I wanted to play high school football 8 years after I graduated. I really couldn't tell him.

Reflections from a Catholic - Greg Gelpi

The race is over; it's time to reflect and honor, rather than mourn and mope about.

And heeeere's ... baby - Ed Brock

Who would have thought that labor could sneak up on you?

Burying my head in the sand - Gerry Yandel

Barring any unforseen events, and God willing, by the time you read this, I will have returned from yet another seasonal spring break adventure to the beach.

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Final stretch to CRCT

By Greg Gelpi

Cab driver, other driver involved in road rage incident

From staff reports

Stop lying about recreation centers

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Lovejoy can't lock up victory

By Jeffery Armstrong

Attorneys: Judge bias in Hill case

By Justin Boron

Board of education approves dogs for security

By Greg Gelpi

Thank you to longtime News Daily photographer

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Bible thumping aside, juries follow own rules - Bob Paslay

I have served on two juries in my life, one a DUI case in magistrate's court and another civil case in big court in which a young guy hired to detail a car took it out at 1 a.m., wrecked it and got sued. He contended another car ran him off the road and the insurance lawyer contended he was just joyriding and lost control.

Phyllis Ethel Burke

Mrs. Phyllis Ethel Burke, 73, of Hampton, passed away April 10, 2005.

A little red ink makes us all stronger - Shannon Jenkins

If all teachers stop using red pens to correct students' papers, then these future leaders of America will be one step closer to being big wimps.

Pets of the Week

Anastasia is a 2-year-old, charcoal-gray domestic longhair. She has been spayed and all vaccinations are current. Anastasia was rescued from the "death row" list at Animal Control. Aside from being one of the most beautiful cats at the shelter, she is also one of the sweetest. She does well with other cats. For more information call the Clayton County Humane Society at (770) 471-9436. Visit www.claytoncountyhumane.org to see other animals available for adoption.