News for Saturday, June 4, 2005


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Summer brings West Nile season once again

By Shannon Jenkins

Impersonator makes bond

By Ed Brock

Kyle M. Moody

Kyle M. Moody, age 20, of East Point, passed away on Wednesday, June 1, 2005.

Ethel R. Huie

Ethel R. Huie of Morrow passed away on Thursday, June 2, 2005.

Show me the ivy - Greg Gelpi

While some dream of endless sandy shorelines and others long for thriving metropolises, visions of ivy-covered brick walls have always danced in my mind.

Reduce travel stress: Abolish giant carry-ons - Rob Felt

Dozens of people are clogged at the end of the loading ramp, shuffling back and forth and staring at the food service area just behind the plane's cockpit. A pair of flight attendants smile and nod at each passerby as they make their way towards the center aisle. They round the corner and peer down the cabin, taking survey of exactly what's holding up the group.

Ronald D. Coile

Ronald D. Coile, age 72, of Conley, loving husband, father and friend, passed away on Thursday, June 2, 2005.

Murder trial begins

By Ed Brock

A few steps in the celestial dance - Ed Brock

With a change of lenses, the rings of Saturn became crystal clear to me.

One boycott ends, but persecution lives on - Shannon Jenkins

After nine years, a conservative Christian group has ceased its boycott of the Walt Disney Company.

Preparing for the worst as hurricane season arrives

By Michael Davis

Rail project deals with opposition on both ends

By Justin Boron

Feel the need, the need for cheese - Michael Davis

So on Monday, a group of Englishmen got together on the top of a hill for an ancient contest. They gathered around noon, and spectators came from across the countryside to bear witness.

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Maughan looks to repeat as Outlaws champ

By Anthony Rhoads

Buckhead - a perfect neighborhood to hold hostage - Justin Boron

The Atlanta Police Department should have choppered in police greats Capt. Martin Riggs and Insp. Harry Callahan to the crane fiasco in Buckhead. They would surely know how to coerce that fool out of the skyline.

Getting knocked off the bike of life - Bob Paslay

It is not easy to remain an optimist. It is like riding a bike. You are riding along, hit a pothole, get thrown and scarred up and bruised. You have to get back on the bike and keep going. That's not to say it doesn't hurt because it does.

Jones named new boys' coach at Mt. Zion

By Doug Gorman

Kidnapping suspect denied bond

By Ed Brock

Baseball games rained out

From Staff Reports

Pets of the week

June 2, 2005