News for Wednesday, February 27, 2008


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Mama's death is Ronda Rich's saddest tale

By Jessica Jordan

From vestigial to invested - Denese Rodgers

In looking at some of the very public turmoil that some organizations are experiencing now, I have to wonder how much is media-hype and how much is evolution.

When sickness puts life in perspective - Jason Smith

Last week was one of the longest of my life. I was not feeling well, and any of the everyday frustrations I had were compounded by my illness.

House goes after purchasing card abusers

ATLANTA - The House on Tuesday unanimously approved legislation cracking down on the use of purchasing cards by state employees.

Obituaries - Feb. 27, 2008

James Lon Speer, Jr.

Hungarian photographic display comes to Morrow

By Joel Hall

Applications accepted for Citizens Police Academy

The Morrow Police Department is now accepting applications for a Citizens Police Academy, an eight-week program beginning in March.

Voucher bill aimed at Clayton schools clears committee

By Dave Williams

Family waits, mourns, as fire investigation continues

By Daniel Silliman

Bomb squad closes down post office for hour

By Daniel Silliman

Huie students learn black history through art

By Curt Yeomans