News for Wednesday, February 25, 2009

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The future of health care - Interview with John Goodman

It's hard to find anyone who likes America's health care system, including John Goodman, president and founder of the National Center for Policy Analysis. But you'll never find Goodman saying that health care is better in places like Europe, where socialist governments provide "free" universal health care for everyone.

Red Cross sees consistent blood donations

By Johnny Jackson

Southern Crescent Chorale to sing Schubert at Spivey

By Joel Hall

The Oscars are done. The real stars come out today.

By Curt Yeomans

Math lies at center of Davis' universe

By Curt Yeomans

Dilliard fits right in with Riverdale

It started with just one basket, something so simple that it couldn't portend anything. But after the first quarter, Riverdale swingman Judson Dilliard had scored 21 of the Raiders' 24 points. By halftime, he had outscored Mundy's Mill single-handedly.

A complaint-free world - Martha Randolph Carr

I have this thin, hot-pink-colored, rubber bracelet on my wrist that I've been wearing for two weeks now. It's part of the current fad of wearing your heart for all to see, and has replaced the ubiquitous ribbon on everyone's lapel.

Future gamemaker is his own programmer

By Joel Hall

The mplikayshons of text - Denese Rodgers

My 8th-grade English teacher was amazing in her ability to explain difficult concepts.

Freeman dreams of winning Nobel Prize

By Maria Jose Subiria

AirTran to fly nonstop to Cancun

By Maria Jose Subiria

The best cabinet money can't buy - Will Durst

It was weird to hear the words that flew out of Barack Obama's mouth when asked to comment on one of the four or five or FORTY of his Cabinet appointments that were forced to pull out before their confirmation hearings commenced.

Clayton State hosts second annual fitness day celebration

By Curt Yeomans

Soccer registration for boys and girls continues

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Ruffin given National League of Cities appointment

By Joel Hall

Akinosho aspires to succeed

By Maria Jose Subiria

Pay raises proposed for teachers, administrators

By Curt Yeomans

New clinic expands health services for women

By Joel Hall

Obituaries - Feb. 25, 2009

Alice Patricia Carter

Jones eyes career as a chemical engineer

By Joel Hall

Wadley sees the world in ones and zeros

By Curt Yeomans

Pets of the Week - Feb. 26, 2009

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