News for Tuesday, April 5, 2005

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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.

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.

Stumbling into life's potholes - Greg Gelpi

Sometimes the potholes in life are literally potholes.

Clean Sweep under way

By Justin Boron

God issues statement on His catastrophe policy - Rob Felt

God gave a brief outline of his feelings surrounding catastrophe fallout Wednesday in a press release directed to media outlets around the world. The statement addressed specific instances where bystanders to accidents, fires and other fatal events thanked God afterwards that they were spared.

Taken child found safe

By Justin Boron

Lovejoy beats Newnan

From Staff Reports

Obituaries

April 5, 2005

Locals shine at next level

By Anthony Rhoads

Questions raised about proposed personnel cuts

By Greg Gelpi

Take a moment, capture the essentials in your life - Tamara Boatwright

Quick, if it were needed by the police could you tell them your license plate number? Could you provide police with a detailed description of your child or spouse and a current, clear photograph?

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Pulliam, parents discuss violence in schools

By Greg Gelpi

Fair and honest elections

To the editor:

Her struggles become others' successes

By Greg Gelpi

The end of the low-carb wrap - Justin Boron

The wrap, with all its low-carb salads, humus, sprouts, and grilled chicken, is one of the final restraints that holds back this country from descending into complete and true depravity.

Pets of the Week

Solomon is a 1-year-old dachshund mix. He has been neutered and all vaccinations are current. Solomon is a sweet-natured little dog, and he seems to love everyone he meets. He plays nicely with other dogs, and would likely enjoy canine companionship in his new home. For more information call the Clayton County Humane Society at (770) 471-9436. Visit www.claytoncountyhumane.org to see other animals available for adoption.