Sunday, September 16, 2001

Signs urging retaliation to terrorism found by police, given to FBI

Fayetteville police have collected two handwritten signs urging revenge for the terroristic actions that struck New York and Washington Tuesday, killing thousands.

One race contested in Fayetteville

One of the three Fayetteville City Council seats up for grabs in this fall's election will be contested, while the other two will be filled by incumbents.

Collins calls for fierce action in response to attacks

The United States should target all terrorists, not just the ones responsible for the hijacking attacks on New York and Washington, D.C., said U.S. Rep. Mac Collins.

Substitute found guilty after students testify about improper conduct by substitute teacher

A local teen charged with displaying sexually explicit Web sites to eighth-graders while serving as a substitute teacher at Whitewater Middle School last year has been found guilty by a Fayette County State Court jury.

North Fayette Baptist honors pastor with surprise tribute

The office staff of the North Fayette Baptist Church had to create two church bulletins this past Sunday. One was to fool its pastor, the Rev. Dr. James G. Willis, into thinking it was worship as usual, and the other one was to keep participants in a surprise birthday celebration knowing which one of them was next on the program.

War and peace
Religion Columnist

The absolute depths of our "fallen sinful world" flashed before our eyes yesterday we watched with horror the events unfold. We, of course, condemn and grieve these most gruesome acts of sin, and we pray for God's peace to come in full measure to give help and hope to all who need it so desperately at this time.

Seeking God in the evil events

Tuesday, Sept. 11 was a "day of infamy" but Dee was still trying to walk in the Spirit and see what God had to say to America (in Alaska at the time). Pastor Herndon

Confessions of an unrepentent chocoholic
Contributing Writer

A friend of mine who happens to also be on staff at one the newspapers that prints my column says she always gasps when I announce right off that I am about to do some confessing.

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