News for Wednesday, January 26, 2005

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Lincoln prying not bad, but no evidence unearthed - Bob Paslay

There is a new book just published that purports to prove that the nation's 16th president, Abraham Lincoln, was gay. I admit I have not read the book but I did read the Time magazine review that basically trashed the research and I went by the book store and read parts of it and the attached letters from Lincoln to a friend of his. (The letters showed nothing).

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.

Waiting for a good thing - Gerry Yandel

A friend of mine did the most strange and interesting thing to me the other day.

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SPLOST funds near cap

By Justin Boron

There's nothing wrong with taking a moment - Ed Brock

I'm having serious mixed feelings here about the so-called "Women's Right to Know" bill.

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.

Local Iraqis travel to cast their vote

By Ed Brock

Obituaries

January 26, 2005

Let ELCA play

By Anthony Rhoads

Man stabbed during drug deal

By Ed Brock

The downfall of soda fanaticism - Justin Boron

My trusty drink holder mustered all it could.

Mt. Zion Christian Academy holding open house

Compiled by Greg Gelpi

Wedding party needs a few good men - Zach Porter

This June I will be getting married in what will be a more or less traditional ceremony. But even as George W. Bush starts his second term, my liberal friends are plotting more progressive wedding day affairs.