News for Monday, November 28, 2005

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Rubbing you the right way at the airport

By Ed Brock

Letters to the Editor

November 21, 2005

So that's why you have kids - Ed Brock

From the shower I could hear the baby crying.

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.

Atlanta is adding more and more jewels to its crown - Bob Paslay

I never understood the saying that you have to run to stay even. But now as I look at things in life I not only understand it but believe it.

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.

Staring down the barrel of Christmas - Michael Davis

So here we are. If you're reading this, you likely made it through another Thanksgiving relatively unscathed.

Candy from strangers - Paul Frysh

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

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Obituaries

November 28, 2005

Letter to the Editor

November 14, 2005

Tree crushes car on I-75

By Paul Frysh

Gambling a sad state of affairs - Justin Boron

The gambling industry was once a sleazy, back alley paradise for brutes, conmen, and thieves. Then, it turned corrupt.

Argument leads to shooting

By Ed Brock

Pets of the Week

November 17, 2005

Kendric scores 19 in Forest Park win

By Brian Howard

Forest Park forum set for Tuesday

By Ed Brock

'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.

Riverdale moves to fix disparities in pay

By Justin Boron