News for Thursday, January 20, 2005

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Racism through my children's eyes - Gerry Yandel

My daughters sat enraptured in front of the TV -- no rare occurrence, actually -- watching a battle during "The Two Towers," the middle movie of the Tolkien trilogy.

Feeling weight of being underweight - Greg Gelpi

If I wanted to be judged purely by my body, I would have become a model, and we all know that would be a bad idea.

Poker series causes ungratified 'Tilt' - Justin Boron

I had been anticipating the day for months. Reading and watching anything I could about ESPN's new drama "Tilt," my eagerness for its premiere was on par with the excitement I had when I learned a Chipolte would be opening near my neighborhood. Chipolte is the best chain taqueria around and I won't hear any argument otherwise.

Cleaning my filthy computer - Ed Brock

It's like having brain damage," said my friend Brad, looking up from the monitor.

Obituaries

January 20, 2005

History in the making

By Jeffery Armstrong

Good Shepherd Clinic hours expanded

By Ed Brock

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Pets of the Week

Amy is a 3-month-old, gray tabby domestic shorthair. Amy will be spayed prior to adoption, and her vaccination series is under way. Amy and her siblings, Flash and Hannah, were abandoned at the door of the Clayton County Humane Society shelter. Flash and Hannah are also available for adoption. They are typical kittens, full of mischief and energy. For more information call the Humane Society at (770) 471-9436. Visit www.claytoncountyhumane.org to see more animals available for adoption.

Sheriff backs off injunction

By Justin Boron

Three girls fight on school bus

By Ed Brock

Brown, Johnson honored

By Jeffery Armstrong

Don't fool with Mother Nature - Bob Paslay

Doesn't it seem like Mother Nature has let loose on the world with a vengeance? We had hurricane after hurricane pummel the nation. Then the tsunami which was like hell on earth devastated whole regions and we may never know how many people lost their lives. Under the sea, acres of coral were also flattened.

Local Riverdale student to witness inauguration

By Greg Gelpi

Citizens to vent airport concerns

By Justin Boron

Locals shine at next level

By Doug Gorman