News for Saturday, August 15, 2009


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Airport shares updates with Henry chamber

By Maria José Subiria

Lynndie England DC lecture canceled after threats

WASHINGTON (AP) - A lecture by the woman who became the public face of the Abu Ghraib scandal was canceled Friday at the Library of Congress after threats caused concerns about staff safety.

CSU holds annual student convocation ceremony

By Curt Yeomans

Kroger, Nestlé launch pet-welfare fund-raiser

By Johnny Jackson

Clayton Schools distributes donated supplies

By Curt Yeomans

Brothers charged in burglary case

By Jason A. Smith

Sharpton, Gingrich push Obama's school reforms

WASHINGTON (AP) - Education Secretary Arne Duncan is joining forces with two unlikely allies, the Rev. Al Sharpton and Republican former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, to push cities to fix failing schools.

Atlanta speedway featured in cornfield maze

By Johnny Jackson

Huffman: How to make enemies and annoy your friends A Sports Editorial

As several readers may already know, I regularly write opinion columns for the sports section here at The Daily.

Clayton offers free emergency-response training

By Linda Looney-Bond

Civil exchanges, polite skepticism at Obama forum

BELGRADE, Mont. (AP) - The moment seemed to capture the grand tradition of democratic town hall meetings.

Abernathy's son will apply for pardons for father

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - The son of the late civil rights leader, the Rev. Ralph David Abernathy, says he will apply for pardons for the many times his father was arrested while helping organize the Montgomery bus boycott and protests against segregation in Birmingham.

Main Street McDonough plans fall events

By Valerie Baldowski

Blessed are they whose sins are forgiven - James C. Bell

If you want peace and happiness in your life, you will find it in a true relationship with God.

Hall of Fame for Riverdale native Thompson

By Brian Paglia