News for Thursday, August 20, 2009

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Atlanta Mass Choir to host auditions locally

By Joel Hall

School Notebook - August 20, 2009

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Former Governor Barnes to address Clayton Dems

Roy Barnes, the former governor of Georgia and a 2010 Democratic gubernatorial candidate, will speak this Monday in Morrow before the Clayton County Democratic Party.

Farm Bureau seeks help in feeding the hungry

By Linda Looney-Bond

BOC accepts stimulus funds for police officers

By Linda Looney-Bond

Polar bear propaganda - Bill Steigerwald

Environmentalists and the media have successfully bamboozled half the populace and every school child in America into believing that large numbers of polar bears are starving and drowning in the Arctic because of global warming.

Obituaries - August 20, 2009

Lucille A. "Nanny Cille" Garmon

Academy for Advanced Studies opens in McDonough

By Johnny Jackson

Don't go postal - Tom Purcell

President Obama couldn't have been more right: The post office is struggling, and for good reason.

The Middle American Revolution - Martha Randolph Carr

The bill that's coming due for all of the bailouts may accomplish what no politician has been able to since George Washington ran for president and won over the hearts of constituents by buying rounds in local pubs.

Man stabbed roommate with fork

Clayton County Police arrested a man for allegedly stabbing his roommate in the face with a fork, Wednesday, at a house on Lake Jodeco Road, near Jonesboro.

Clayton ACT scores drop but participation up

By Curt Yeomans

Drew High students hoping to be 'Iron Chefs'

By Curt Yeomans