News for Thursday, March 10, 2005


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Judge moonwalks over the defense in trial - Justin Boron

Enews has emerged as the front-runner in the coverage of the Michael Jackson child molestation trial taking place in the backwoods city of Santa Maria, Calif.

Shedding the skin of intolerance - Shannon Jenkins

I deliberately touched a snake the other day.

Grinning and daring it - Gerry Yandel

There's a question that has been nagging me for the dozen years I have lived in Stockbridge that I'm sure has occurred to you as well: What is the deal with people who jump their turn at a four-way stop sign?

Sexual politics in outer space - Ed Brock

It's strange how time can make a bad science fiction movie turn into a political commentary.

Kappa League turns students into gentlemen

By Greg Gelpi

The diva phoenix rises again, go Martha - Bob Paslay

If federal prosecutors hoped to chill all white collar criminals by sending Martha Stewart to jail, they failed. If they hoped to break the diva, they failed. All they did was create a more successful, richer and better Martha Stewart.

Don't retread on me - Greg Gelpi

Between the flashes of white road stripes, a flash of something bordering on a logical thought flashed through my head.

If you're video taping, tape the entire story - Zach Porter

This week in the national news there was an incident at a New Jersey high school where a teacher was caught on video yelling excessively at his students to stand up during the National Anthem. The footage was recorded secretly on a student's mobile phone. The teacher was basically arguing with one student who refused to stand. Captured by a device that fits in the palm of a hand, this footage has now been beamed out from the small classroom across the nation to millions of slight-minded television viewers.

A STAR at her brightest

By Greg Gelpi

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Pulliam focuses on future

By Greg Gelpi

Lovejoy annexation tabled

By Justin Boron