News for Thursday, November 24, 2005


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So that's why you have kids - Ed Brock

From the shower I could hear the baby crying.

'Photograph' may be a sappy classic - Johnny Jackson

Apart from their usual brunt tenor, the rock band Nickelback finally created some semblance of classic music in their latest album single simply named 'Photograph'. That is to say that the band, even with the same resonance of past albums and singles, has formulated a tasteful mix of song and music that would otherwise sound trite and frankly annoying.

Unhealthy pastime trimmed down to holidays - Justin Boron

“Some people have a foolish way of not minding, or pretending not to mind, what they eat. For my part, I mind my belly very studiously, and very carefully; for I look upon it, that he who does not mind his belly, will hardly mind anything else.” – Samuel Johnson

A change of image might be right to order - Jeff Whitfield

Nothing could be worse than waking to find egg – grits, bacon or any other food – brandishing your face or your image.

Bracing for Black Friday

By Jeffery Whitfield

On technology and shopping malls - Michael Davis

It used to be that I could answer many of my dad's technical questions – on computers, anyway.

Sara T. Kinard

Sara T. Kinard, age 85, of Fayetteville, passed away on Monday, Nov. 21, 2005.

Stuart Turner

Mr. Stuart David Turner, of Stockbridge, passed away Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2005, at the age of 38.

William R. Cordell

William R. Cordell, age 78, of Forest Park, Ga., passed away Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2005.

Frank Combs

Mr. Frank Combs, age 89 of Locust Grove passed away Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2005 at the Henry Medical Center.

Letters to the Editor

November 21, 2005

Entertainment abound in area around Christmastime

From staff reports

Bad service is the customer's fault - Rob Felt

Have you received any bad customer service lately? Yes? It's your own fault.

On being all grown up - Heather Middleton

Sometimes it can be difficult to remember your little sister and brother have grown up just as you have and they don't need 'mothering' anymore.

Local youths reach out to help

By Johnny Jackson and Jeffery Whitfield

Letter to the Editor

November 14, 2005

Candy from strangers - Paul Frysh

Midnight Berry, Warm Winter Toffee, Twista Lime, Mintrigue, Mocha Taboo, Mandarin Mint.

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A redneck listens to a little classical music - Bob Paslay

Ho-Ho-Ho. Fooled you. You probably thought with the holidays so close I was going to write one of those sappy Walton family Thanksgiving or Christmas stories about how we went out and stalked the turkey and sat around the dining room table singing Thanksgiving songs.

Argument leads to shooting

By Ed Brock

Bulldogs will roll past GT Jackets

By Brian Howard

Tree crushes car on I-75

By Paul Frysh

Pets of the Week

November 17, 2005