Saturday, March 8, 2008

Riverdance, the Original International Phenomenon, to Play at the Fox Theatre May 13 - 18
3/8/08 (5:24 p.m.) RIVERDANCE, the thunderous celebration of Irish music, song and dance that has tapped its way onto the world stage thrilling millions of people around the globe, will play eight Farewell Performances at The... More

CDC Study Estimates 7,000 Pediatric Emergency Departments Visits Linked
Unsupervised Ingestion Accounts for 66 Percent of IncidentsAn estimated 7,000 children ages 11 and younger are treated in hospital emergency departments each year because of cough and cold medications, according to a study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

DAR Teacher of the Year from Sandy Creek HS
3/8/08 (7:15 p.m.) Jonathan Parks Langford was named American History Teacher of the Year by the General Daniel Newnan Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution. Langford has been teaching American History for the past ten years at Sandy Creek... More

TOWERS HIGH SCHOOL, CLASS OF 1968 40TH REUNION - With Special Guests, Classes 1966, 1967 & 1969
Towers High School3919 Brookcrest CircleDecatur, GA 30032(678) 874-2202

Statement of Senator Barack Obama on President Bush's Veto of the Intelligence Authorization bill
"We need a Commander in Chief who has never wavered on whether or not it is acceptable for America to torture, because it is never acceptable. While I have consistently opposed torture, in the course of this primary campaign Hillary Clinton has flip-flopped from her past position of tolerating torture.

U.S. Senator John McCain today issued the following statement in support of imposing a one-year moratorium on earmarks:

Cokie And Steven Roberts: "McCain Tells Truth About Trade"
"Even though eight of 10 Ohio voters said NAFTA cost the state jobs, McCain was courageous enough to tell a town-hall meeting in Rocky River: ... '[F]ree trade is the best thing that can happen to our nation.

Reports: Arrest of 'Person of Interest' Possibly Linked to Auburn Freshman's Murder
Alabama media are reporting that a person arrested near the Georgia border in Phenix City, Ala., is connected to the high-profile murder of an Auburn University student.

'New Breed' of Soldiers Graduate in Afghan Army Ceremony
CAMP CLARK, Afghanistan, March 7, 2008 - A graduation ceremony for a new breed of Afghan National Army soldiers was held here Feb. 27 as a sign of a renewed shift of focus to the part of the fight against insurgents in Afghanistan that doesn't involve combat.

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