News for Monday, June 20, 2005

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The argument for moderation - Ed Brock

The way to really define a word in English is often to find its root in Latin.

The sins of the fathers - Gerry Yandel

Sitting in my kitchen early on Father's Day, I pondered the ramifications of socking Michael Jackson in what's left of his surgically re-created nose.

Letters to the Editor

June 17, 2005

Obituaries

June 20, 2005

Dealing with a buffet-style stench - Justin Boron

When you come back from a particular chain of buffet restaurant, in tune with the chain's name, you smell like a herd of cattle.

Because I'm fat and broke - Rob Felt

Do you want to go to lunch today?"

Officer survives being run over

From Staff Reports

This column is brought to you by... - Bob Paslay

So I was driving along listening to a country station out of Athens/Gainesville and on comes Barbara Dooley, the wife of legendary Georgia Bulldog coach Vince Dooley. She starts to tell us about being in the hospital and thank goodness she is OK now. But that the hospital stay made her and Vince start thinking about health care coverage. Thank goodness, she had XYZ insurance because it provided the protection she needed. She then launched into this full-blown plug for the insurance company.

Army still cleaning up Fort Gillem

By Ed Brock

Stabbing suspect denied bond

From Staff Reports

Clayton schools lose $300,000 in computers

By Bob Paslay

A day of close calls - Shannon Jenkins

Waiting for your friends at a movie theater can be a humbling experience.

Pets of the Week

Victoria is a 3 year old, tortie domestic shorthair. She has been spayed and all vaccinations are current. Victoria was living as a stray and eating out of garbage cans prior to coming to Clayton County Humane Society. She is a very sweet, gentle cat. She likes to find quiet, out-of-the-way places, where she tends to nap her days away. She has been at CCHS for several years, so the Humane Society is very anxious to find a permanent, loving home for Victoria. For more information, please call Clayton County Humane Society at (770)471-9436 or visit www.claytoncountyhumane.org to see other animals available for adoption.

Reliving the long fight for democracy

From Staff Reports

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