News for Saturday, April 23, 2005

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Dumb terrorists, dumb bomb - Ed Brock

New news from Iraq: Terrorists are stupid.

Girl finds gun on way to bus stop

By Aisha I. Jefferson

Randolph E. Morse

Randolph "Randy" E. Morse, 75, of Stockbridge, Ga., formerly of Dallas, Ga., passed away on Wednesday, April 20, 2005.

Close your eyes and breathe - Rob Felt

It's hard to distinguish which of the following is more uncomfortable: the sound of the drill whirring inside your mouth, the vibration buzzing deep into your jaw or the burning smell of a hot tooth being sanded away.

Mysterious illness afflicting some dogs in Jonesboro area

By Aisha I. Jefferson

Training available for veterans

By Ed Brock

Area braces for BRAC list

By Ed Brock

Mildred Eloise Gaddy Wilson

Mildred Eloise Gaddy Wilson went home to be with her Lord and savior Jesus Christ on Thursday, April 21, 2005, at Laurel Park Rehabilitation Center in Stockbridge.

Need ID: Get a 'pic' in a pinch at the airport

By Greg Gelpi

Food pyramid now an updated 'recipe'

By Shannon Jenkins

New pope, new hope? - Aisha I. Jefferson

At last, the cardinals have spoken, we have a pope!

Students bring gun to school

By Ed Brock

Out of every bad, comes good - Shannon Jenkins

Don't tell my editor, but I get cranky when I have to work weekends.

Doris Godfrey

Doris Godfrey, 76, of Locust Grove, passed away on April 21, 2005.

School board to review budget

By Greg Gelpi

Area soccer teams try for titles

From staff reports

Supports Youth Empowerment and Glenn Dowell

EDITOR'S NOTE: The News Daily stands by its story.

Is America on the rise or on the decline? - Bob Paslay

Pardon me while I play Socrates. By that I mean, I am wondering something but I truly don't know the answer. So I will be questioning and out of that questioning may come some enlightenment. This is sincere. I know if any of you have ever been to a seminar in which the moderator is known as the "facilitator" you will look at me askance.

Hot dogs as ammo in the gas station war - Justin Boron

A buffet of fountain soft drinks, breakfast sandwiches, and hot dog bars loaded with fresh condiments - these are convenience store delicacies the battle of the gas stations has given us, more than anyone driving to or from work could ask.

Girls soccer heats up

By Doug Gorman

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.

New pope, but not new church - Greg Gelpi

Newsroom, dinner table and Internet chat rooms swirled in debate, but was there anything really to debate?

Three juco players sign with CCSU women's basketball team

From staff reports

North Clayton advances to state

By Jeffery Armstrong

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