News for Friday, March 11, 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.

Sexual politics in outer space - Ed Brock

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

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?

Shedding the skin of intolerance - Shannon Jenkins

I deliberately touched a snake the other day.

Our lives are on fast forward - Bob Paslay

Our lives have gotten put on fast speed by the hustle and bustle of society and many people have not adjusted their behavior to conform to this change.

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Single mom saves lives

By Michael Davis

Pets of the week

Pandora is a 1-year-old, black and white domestic longhair. She has been spayed and all vaccinations are current. She is affectionate and loves human attention. For more information call the Clayton County Humane Society at (770) 471-9436 or visit www.claytoncountyhumane.org to see other animals available for adoption.

Mel curbs his own 'Passion' - Zach Porter

Today Mel Gibson is re-releasing his bloody film about the death of Jesus Christ in theaters - this time without the blood. The new "recut" version takes out many of the more gruesome moments of torture, with a total of six minutes cut from the original film.

From strength to stroke, resident fighting back

By Justin Boron

Kite to race in NASCAR Truck event at AMS

By Anthony Rhoads

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.

Mayor Day reported to DA over fire funds

By Greg Gelpi

Steroids tarnish great game

By Doug Gorman