News for Wednesday, October 3, 2007

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Classic crooners, Doo-Wop legends here Saturday

By Joel Hall

CSU takes out Emory for first time in 5 meetings

By Doug Gorman

Championship players don't always translate to success as general managers

In the real world, when you or I fill out a job application, that particular company's decision to hire us is based on our qualifications and previous job experience.

Forest Park schools getting defibrillators

By Curt Yeomans

Man found dead near baseball field

By Daniel Silliman

Spears needs to grow up and be a mother - Jaya Franklin

By now, you've all heard the news, Britney Spears' two children have been taken away from her temporarily.

Pets of the Week - Oct. 4, 2007

Aubrey is a two and a half year old, solid white Angora/Maine Coon mix. She has been spayed and all vaccinations are current.  Aubrey was thoughtlessly tossed from a car onto a deserted dirt road.  Luckily, she was quickly  retrieved by a CCHS staffer.  Despite the hateful, deplorable treatment that she had already received at the hands of humans, Aubrey has remained a sweet and loving little girl; and she just happens to be extremely gorgeous also!  Aubrey is a bit shy with other cats (not aggressive) but she does not like dogs at all.  For adoption information, please call Robin at 770/478-7531.  Visit www.claytoncountyhumane.org to see other animals available for adoption.

BOE member questions attorney's contract

By Curt Yeomans

Jonesboro-Forest Park renew county's oldest rivalry tonight

The rivalry between the Jonesboro Cardinals and the Forest Park Panthers goes back long before members of this year's squad were born.

Football Notebook: Henry County receivers to be profiled on weekly TV show

A case of football fever is running through the halls of Henry County High School. The Warhawks are off to a fast 3-1 start and are thinking about the playoffs as they hit the midway point of the season.