News for Wednesday, December 5, 2007


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Iraq war close to home for area tree farmers

By Daniel Silliman

Postal Service blitz comes for holiday season

By Johnny Jackson

Housing slump, energy prices hurting Georgia economy

ATLANTA - Georgia is caught up in a nationwide housing slump, and the state is vulnerable to a recession triggered by high energy prices, according to an economic report released Tuesday by the University of Georgia.

Accused child abusers now face prescription forgery charges

By Daniel Silliman

Celebrities and the presidential election - Jason A. Smith

It's less than a year away. In a mere 11 months, citizens will go to the polls to decide who will lead this country for the next four years.

SACS chief says accreditation loss is 'possible'

The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) doesn't take away the accreditation of a school system very often, but it has happened.

When the media drop the ball - Joel Hall

I am always dumbfounded by how certain stories receive national media coverage and how some stories fall right through the cracks.

FBI looking at local lawyer's computer

By Daniel Silliman

12-05-07 obituaries

Kirk Michael Collins

College Park's HEAT grant renewed

The College Park Police Department has received a state grant of $110,700, again this year, from the Governor's Office of Highway Safety.