News for Tuesday, September 1, 2009


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Jonesboro golf pro faces child exploitation charges

By Linda Looney-Bond

The failure to administer justice - Another Lockerbie tragedy

At a time when civilized nations are continuing to wage a collective and challenging fight against terrorist organizations, and the rogue nations that harbor them, this week's release by Scottish officials of one of the masterminds behind the 1988 Lockerbie bombing constitutes a major setback.

CSU offers flu shots for students, community

By Curt Yeomans

After four decades, bus driver still enjoys work

By Curt Yeomans

Former mayor took meticulous care of his city

By Joel Hall

Over a dozen charged in Clayton sting

By Linda Looney-Bond

Lee Street Elementary hosts fall festival

By Curt Yeomans

Store founder built institution in Forest Park

By Joel Hall

Man sentenced in Morehouse student's torture, murder

By Linda Looney-Bond

A cold glass of discontent - Joel Hall

Earlier this year, I was confronted with the news that my cholesterol was extremely high and that I would need to make some changes in my life in order to remain healthy.

Permanent tax relief, or unpredictable grant funding? Which would you choose? - Sen. Chip Rogers

Property owners beware. County officials are sadly misleading taxpayers on the actions of the State Legislature and their property taxes. Recent editorials around the state, and comments from local officials, would have you believe the State Legislature is to blame for any potential property tax increase.

Obituaries - Sept. 1, 2009

Jerome "Jerry" Tomasello