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Saturday November 25, 2000 12:04 am EST
Under Kruger, the Hawks earn their wings | more...

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Saturday November 25, 2000 12:04 am EST
Fulton plans to go high-tech in voting | more...

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Saturday November 25, 2000 12:04 am EST
Yes. Bill Clinton departs office as a man who held a firm hand on the reins of the nation | more...

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Saturday November 25, 2000 12:04 am EST
Using statistics compiled by the Georgia Environmental Protection Division, a local consumer-advocacy group last week issued a report documenting more than 6 million pounds of toxic chemicals, including carcinogens and known human health hazards, released into state waterways in 1998 alone. And, unlike many states, Georgia is witnessing an increase in such releases; the 1997 totals were 85... | more...

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Saturday November 25, 2000 12:04 am EST
Columnist doesn't mention potential conflict of interest | more...

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Saturday November 25, 2000 12:04 am EST

<NOV. 14
NO TERM LIMITS HERE: Bremen Democrat Tom Murphy is reappointed speaker of the Georgia House for the 41st year. ... TOO LITTLE, TOO LATE: Federal officials reject a plan that owners of a Midtown nursing home had hoped would forestall a cut-off of federal funding after several residents of the home were found in unhealthy condition. ... NEARSIGHTED VISIONARY? The bronze statue of...

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Saturday November 25, 2000 12:04 am EST
Thoughts on the life of a local legend | more...

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Saturday November 25, 2000 12:04 am EST
Reflections on a real hero | more...

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Saturday November 18, 2000 12:04 am EST
No. A certain level of voter error is unavoidable | more...

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Saturday November 18, 2000 12:04 am EST
It's enough to make you want to holler | more...

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Saturday November 18, 2000 12:04 am EST

Exercising your right to vote shouldn't mean standing in line for two hours.
Secretary of State Cathy Cox hopes to relegate such Election Day waits to the history books by opening polls two weeks before each election.
She proposed such a plan during the 1999 and 2000 legislative sessions, but the legislation got hung up on a constitutional issue. Counties with fewer than 50,000 registered...

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Saturday November 18, 2000 12:04 am EST

The state Supreme Court rejected this week a promising challenge to the electric chair, but that doesn't mean the argument over the inhumanity of the chair is over.
The 4-3 vote to dismiss the challenge came, confusedly enough, a month after the court invited attorneys to fight the constitutionality of electrocution. Yet the justices ruled Monday that the evidence they asked for &mdash; the 20...

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Saturday November 18, 2000 12:04 am EST
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Saturday November 18, 2000 12:04 am EST

A coalition of Georgia environmental groups is urging the state Environmental Protection Division to do something it has already declined to do: make three aging power plants conform to federal regulations.
"All this is about is enforcing existing law," says Allison Kelly of the Georgia AirKeepers, a member group behind the Georgia Environmental Enforcement Project. "All the other power plants...

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Saturday November 18, 2000 12:04 am EST
Season premiere of 'What will Dan do?' | more...

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Saturday November 18, 2000 12:04 am EST
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Saturday November 18, 2000 12:04 am EST

nov. 7
NO LIBERTY IN LIBERIA: Former President Jimmy Carter announces that he's closing the Carter Center's offices in Liberia, citing human rights concerns and local officials' intimidation of journalists. ... SERVICE ORGANIZATION: Four University of Georgia fraternity members get a total of 200 hours of community service for transporting blindfolded pledges in the cargo hold of a sport...

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Saturday November 18, 2000 12:04 am EST
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Saturday November 18, 2000 12:04 am EST

An anti-Semitic and racist newspaper published by a Marietta man has raised more than a few eyebrows in Roger Kahn's camp.
The undated tabloid newspaper, "The Truth At Last: News Suppressed by the Daily Press," ran a cover story in its latest issue (No. 423) that says Kahn's campaign is "all-Jewish, ... No Christians Work for Kahn." Kahn was in the midst of a heated congressional race with...

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Saturday November 11, 2000 12:04 am EST

A man accused of raping his son &mdash; who later began writing about his experience to help other kids in similar straits &mdash; is in Fulton County Jail after his arrest last month.
Wesley White, 31, of Anniston, S.C., remained in the Fulton County Jail earlier this week, held without bond on charges of aggravated child molestation, statutory rape and incest, all felonies, says East Point...

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Saturday November 11, 2000 12:04 am EST
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Saturday November 11, 2000 12:04 am EST
Yes. Give parents freedom to choose kids' schools and unleash the power of the market | more...

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Saturday November 11, 2000 12:04 am EST

Oct. 31
Again, but this time with feeling: Mayor Bill Campbell rapturously unveils the city's new affirmative action program, designed to hold up under legal scrutiny; but experts say it's as problematic as the city's old, constitutionally questionable program. ... You asked for it: Bell South promises bigger bills in response to customers' complaints that bills are too small &mdash; to read....

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Saturday November 11, 2000 12:04 am EST

Police officers in Lawrenceville, Duluth and Norcross are selling themselves. Don't worry. It's legal.
"Gwinnett's Finest," a bachelor's auction at Winfield Hall in Norcross Nov. 9, is expected to raise $6,300 for children's safety programs and new police equipment.
"We've got 21 officers, and we're hoping to get about $300 for each of them," says Mary Ann Lewis, whose company is organizing the...

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Saturday November 11, 2000 12:04 am EST

?"Nightshift" is spellbinding
I think the new site ... is well needed. I do like it. I was one of the promoters of the "Spellbound" party held the Saturday before Halloween - ed.. No, I'm not a promoter, I'm a facilitator of "latenite alternatives.
Even though "Spellbound" wasn't a numeric orgasm in regards to turnout, I have been receiving numerous e-mails about what a great time everyone had,...

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