News for Friday, April 15, 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.

Just eat the pancakes - Greg Gelpi

People are naturally lazy, so it bothers me when I watch as people go out of their way to bring others down.

And heeeere's ... baby - Ed Brock

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

Eagle's Landing outlasts Stockbridge

By Jeffery Armstrong

Springtime and whatever else - Rob Felt

Who doesn't love a good, hard sneeze?

Smoltz deserves to start - Doug Gorman

Last Sunday was an interesting day. As I sat in traffic on I-75, heading to Stockbridge from my parents home in Cobb County, there was very little to do but listen to the Braves and that masterpiece of a pitching performance John Smoltz turned in for seven strong innings, tying his own Braves' record with 15 strikeouts.

Union Grove gets win

From staff reports

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.

There will be a DeLay in fixing ethics problem - Bob Paslay

The more I learned about and watched the late Arizona U.S. Senator Barry Goldwater the more I liked him. I know it is in vogue to believe all people like you are saints and all those from the other side are devils. Goldwater was a man who believed what he said and said exactly what he believed.

Man shot in arm at apartment returns fire

By Ed Brock

Married into the 'business'

By Ed Brock

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 to see other animals available for adoption.

Thanks to Bill Yoder for his coverage

To the editor:

Mildred Irene Forster

Ms. Mildred Irene Forster, 79, of Jonesboro, formerly of Pensacola and Pace, Fla., passed away Tuesday, April 12, 2005, at Gardens at the Lake Spivey in Clayton County.

Bank clerk throws back robber's note

By Ed Brock

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Morrow boys, Mundy's Mill girls win title

By Anthony Rhoads

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.

Get involved to help our children

To the editor:

Local dispatchers recognized nationally this week

By Greg Gelpi

Citizens brought into budget process

By Greg Gelpi