News for Tuesday, August 4, 2009


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Acting without the facts - A presidential pattern emerges

Recently, President Obama was almost finished with his nationally broadcast press conference when he was asked to comment on the arrest, and subsequent release, of renowned Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr., by the now-famous Cambridge, Mass. police Sgt., Jim Crowley.

CSU professor elevated to MBA program director

By Curt Yeomans

BOE approves furloughs for teachers, counselors

By Curt Yeomans

Students have voices, also - Talisha White

There are many ways to start a great essay, as I've learned in school. You can start with an anecdote or you could start by asking a question. Some people start with a broad statement known as the funnel method; others choose to start by defining words or using quotations.

Obituaries - August 4, 2009

Hollie Leoney Yarde

What we can learn from tomatoes - Joel Hall

Before I moved to Clayton County two-and-a-half years ago, I had a long discussion with my brother about the pros and cons of working here.

Southern Regional implants wireless pacemaker

By Joel Hall

Water authority replacing catch-basin tops

By Joel Hall

Local auto dealers praise rebate program

By Valerie Baldowski