News for Thursday, January 22, 2009

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In up-and-down season, Tigers reach new high

From Staff Reports

They will always be the St. Louis Cardinals to me

Several times during last week's NFC championship week, I referred to the Arizona Cardinals as the St. Louis Cardinals in conversations with friends and family before quickly correcting myself.

School board to hold work session

Thursday

Wainscott named development director

By Joel Hall

Martha's big adventure - The new business model for 2009 - Martha Randolph Carr

At the bottom of every economic downturn is the perfect opportunity to finally climb to the top. All of the character traits we were unwilling to let go of that actually blocked our success have been washed away.

Here come the food police - Tom Purcell

They could arrive in America any time now: food police.

Obituaries - Jan. 22, 2009

Billy Roper

Judge delays hearing in commission lawsuit

By Joel Hall

Reynolds Nature Preserve adds 350 new trees

By Curt Yeomans

Business workshops teach tricks of trade

By Maria Jose Subiria

CONRAC project on track for November opening

By Maria Jose Subiria

California bleedin' - Bill Steigerwald

California has apparently turned itself into Pennsylvania.

Pets of the Week - Jan. 22, 2009

Petunia is a 4 month old Dachshund mix. She has been spayed and is currently completing her vaccine series. This precious little angel is super sweet and affectionate, and just full of puppy energy. She is very smart and learns quickly. However, she is a puppy and will need someone with plenty of patience to teach her proper doggie manners and to housebreak her. She is very small, and she will likely be a very small dog even in maturity, and for that reason, she will not be adopted into any home with small children. For adoption information, please call Robin at 770/478-7531. Visit www.claytoncountyhumane.org to see other animals available for adoption.

Students to share 'Voices'

By Curt Yeomans