News for Thursday, July 2, 2009

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The Regulars Band at Lenox Square July 4

By Jason A. Smith

Pets of the Week - July 2, 2009

Lovey is a seven and a half year old tabby domestic shorthair. She has been spayed and all vaccinations are current. Years ago, this poor girl was abandoned at a mobile spay/neuter clinic. She came to live at the CCHS shelter, but she was not good with other cats, so she had to be caged. Lovey has remained in a cage for years. Recently, Lovey has been moved to the CCHS office, where she has had short breaks outside of her cage. Since there are only a few cats in the office of the shelter, she has done fairly well with them. CCHS staff believe that she would be fine in a home with few or no other cats. She has a wonderfully sweet personality, despite the substandard life she has been forced to live. This precious girl deserves so much more than she has been given. Lovey would not require much.....just a roof over her head, food and water, and just a little attention every now and then. She's fairly sedate and she naps a lot, so she is absolutely no trouble whatsoever. If you have a spare easy chair in your home, and you'd like to help a really deserving kitty, please call Robin at 770/478-7531. Visit www.claytoncountyhumane.org to see other animals available for adoption.

BOE weighs uniform dress for high schools

By Curt Yeomans

Clayton library offers summer science lab

By Linda Looney-Bond

Clayton announces 21 'school-choice' sites

By Curt Yeomans

Obituaries - July 2, 2009

Virginia Rose Fifield

Officials warn of holiday traffic delays

The Georgia Department of Transportation is warning motorists to prepare for possible delays this afternoon as the Fourth of July travel weekend gets under way.

The Fourth of July -- Eddie Gabor's house - Tom Purcell

When I drove by Eddie Gabor's old house, I was transported back 20 years -- back to the wonderful Fourth of July outings my family once enjoyed there.

Coming Soon!!

The Clayton News Daily will soon launch its Baseball Trivia Contest, in which a lucky winner can claim four coveted tickets to the Atlanta Braves Aug. 2 game against the Los Angeles Dodgers. A free, valet parking pass is included. Think you know baseball? Feeling lucky?

Lovejoy to celebrate opening of new park

By Joel Hall

CSU's Hoffman resigns from top academic post

By Curt Yeomans

School Notebook - July 2, 2009

Monday-Friday

TV news and the Fairness Doctrine - Martha Carr

Let's bring back the Fairness Doctrine that required television journalists to, at least, attempt to be fair. That's right, there was a magic time in American when the suits at the three main networks, ABC, NBC and CBS had to set aside a certain amount of air time devoted to controversial topics or current affairs and all sides of an issue had to be presented.