News for Wednesday, January 21, 2009

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Text-donation campaign aims to feed hungry

By Valerie Baldowski

Three-month-old honored in memorial vigil

By Jason A. Smith

Two arrested in attempted jewelry store heist

By Joel Hall

Maybe I was too nonchalant? - Denese Rodgers

My first car was a baby blue, 1978 Ford Pinto, and for the next quarter of a century, I was pretty much a Ford bigot.

The white collar lament - Martha Randolph Carr

Ever since the first time a caveman realized a rock could be used as a tool, the guy who could use his brain more than his hands was thought to be protected by new technology. His career aspirations would only be enhanced by whatever new gadget someone was about to introduce.

Pritchett helps CSU start winning again

Eleven games of near perfect basketball can make two disappointing losses send a coach looking for remedies quick. Clayton State coach Dennis Cox looked first to his bench Wednesday night.

Area residents gather to view inauguration

By Curt Yeomans

Lakers get back on winning track

By Brian Paglia

Obituaries - January 21, 2009

William Ray Oliver

Commission may ax work sessions

By Joel Hall

Developer outlines plans for Hapeville Ford plant

By Maria Jose Subiria

Quilt show continues this week

Today - Saturday

Phony FBI agent sentenced for crimes

By Curt Yeomans

Smart power or just dumb policy - Mike Reagan

Secretary of State-designate Hillary Clinton told fellow senators during her confirmation hearing that the United States needs to follow a foreign policy of what she called "Smart Power."

TV network showcases Clayton firefighters

By Joel Hall