News for Wednesday, September 21, 2005

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A pledge for sanity, God forbid - Chris Goltermann

I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under (insert your deity here) ...

Fall ... the name should tell you enough - Ed Brock

Can it be that fall, the dying season, has come upon us so soon?

Y'all talk right now, ya hear? - Michael Davis

We in the South have a special vocabulary and manner of speech.

Society still dealing with Katrina - Aisha I. Jefferson

Katrina, Katrina, Katrina.

Hold off on the obit for New Orleans - Bob Paslay

Mark Twain writing to someone who had head that the writer was dead declared, "Reports of my death has been greatly exaggerated." And at the last newspaper I worked at (and I use the term 'newspaper' advisedly since their goal is to see how much news they can keep out of the paper), a writer not thinking made a reference to that town's native son Clement Haynesworth and called him the late Clement Haynesworth.

Alas, new TV shows are here - Justin Boron

Surely, hearts around the nation pulsed a little faster this weekend. On the verge of network premiere week, who wouldn't be a little excited? Well, probably the majority of the cable-consuming world, whose entertainment hungers are more than satiated by hundreds of specialty channels, HBO, Showtime, and Cinemax.

Letters to the Editor

Board of Education refuses to budge

ELCA takes two-game lead in Region 5-A standings

By Doug Gorman

League of Extraordinary Gentlemen - Johnny Jackson

At 755 Hank Aaron Drive in Atlanta, Ga., there is a league of gentlemen who confoundedly walk this earth and touch the stars at the same time.

Police looking for man with Alzheimer's

From Staff Reports

Obituaries

September 21, 2005

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Storeowner: 'I have a gun, too.'

By Ed Brock

Pets of the Week

India is 1-year-old Siamese mix (with possibly a little Ragdoll thrown in too). She has been spayed and all vaccinations are current. India was rescued from Animal Control. She is unquestionably, one of the sweetest cats to have ever come through the shelter doors. She has a very meek, quiet personality and she loves to be held and cuddled. Though a little bit frightened of their sometimes rowdy behavior, she gets along well with the other cats at the shelter. For anyone looking for a true "lap cat" - India would be the perfect choice. For more information about how to adopt India, please call Clayton County Humane Society at (770) 471-9436. Visit www.claytoncountyhumane.org to see other animals available for adoption.

$6 million in federal money flowing into Clayton County

By Johnny Jackson

County buys land for first rec center

By Ed Brock

WNBA: We've got next

By Brian Howard