News for Wednesday, October 14, 2009


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Immigration reform an insult to those who do it right

As I write this, I'm anxiously awaiting the arrival of the newest member of my family. My brother is getting married, and his fiancée is moving to the U.S., from South Africa.

Local farm to celebrate old-time techniques

By Johnny Jackson

State's history highlighted during archives month

By Curt Yeomans

The case of the confused cashier - Jill Cataldo

Has this ever happened to you? You finish filling your cart with the week's groceries, head to the checkout lane and place your items on the conveyor belt. The cashier announces the total and you hand over a nice stack of coupons. Then, the cashier pauses. You hear the words, "I don't think we take coupons from the Internet." The cashier hands them back to you and you ponder what to do next.

The xylophone visual - Denese Rodgers

I love where I work at Connecting Henry. It is multi-cultural, multi-functional, and feels like "Mr. Toad's Wild Ride."

Suspect nabbed in gas-station burglaries

Clayton County Police say they have arrested a man suspected in a series of burglaries at area gas stations.

Robert Henry Mainwaring

Robert Henry Mainwaring

Clayton Schools to begin fall break

Clayton County Public Schools will observe its fall break later this week and part of next week.

Honorable citizens will see through charade - ROGER GRIDER

Honorable citizens will see through charade

BOC votes to end C-TRAN next year

By Joel Hall

Food Lion offers new jobs with Jonesboro store Grand Opening festivities today

Special to the the Clayton News Daily

Garland on trial in torture-murder of student

By Linda Looney-Bond

Fire Safety Bus visits Church Street school

By Linda Looney-Bond

'All-Star' school lunches highlighted this week

By Curt Yeomans

Canon White's visit should be on your calendar - Jim Wood

Canon Andrew White, of London, England, widely known as the captivating "Vicar of Baghdad," is scheduled to be in the Georgia area, beginning next week, for a series of appearances and talks to benefit the American Foundation for Relief and Reconciliation in the Middle East, which supports his world, peace ministry.