News for Saturday, October 1, 2005


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Super heroes of the Circus come alive in Hampton

By Johnny Jackson

Sitting in the back is a relief - By Justin Boron

For the first time ever, I got the seat on an airplane that is in the absolute back of craft. Only the lavatories were farther to the back of the jet than me.

Sixty ways to love your mother - Chris Goltermann

Hallmark says it's there "when you care to send the very best." But I don't think they can even help me this week.

September second driest ever

By Michael Davis

Anderson Cooper-izing community journalism - Rob Felt

In an effort to bring community journalism up to pace with the newest trend in cable news coverage, I'd like to offer my own Anderson Cooper-ized take on a day here at the paper.

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Police continue search for missing Fla. woman

By Aisha I. Jefferson

Getting a haircut and going home - Michael Davis

I went back to my childhood barbershop recently and I've got to say some things have changed.

Stuck in traffic while the bureaucrats ignore you - Bob Paslay

I left work last Friday and headed back to midtown Atlanta on the surface roads and thought I would cut by the Turner Field and come in that way. But since I don't wear a watch or think about such things, little did I know the game was just over and I found myself in the center of baseball traffic.

Patricia Dennard

Patricia Dennard, age 72, of Newnan, passed away on Friday, Sept. 30, 2005.

Jonesboro police catch molester

By Ed Brock

Morrow's motor sputters

By Doug Gorman

Kenneth Crawley

Mr. Kenneth Rovine Crawley of Riverdale passed away Thursday, Sept. 29, 2005 at the age of 69.

Letters to the Editor

September 19, 2005

Now that's a bad idea - Ed Brock

When I heard it on the news I literally sat up straight with surprise.

Pets of the Week

September 29, 2005

Vague memories, lessons learned make better stories - Johnny Jackson

Vague memory serves some Atlanta Braves fans about their milestones. And their recollections get better as years pass.