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Sentinel Staff WriterSPRINGDALE, Ark. -- A couple of times each week, to get away from it all, Mitch Mustain heads to his town's tiny airport. He punches in at Pinnacle, an executive charter company, and spends a shift handling $10 million Learjets that ferry businessmen to...
Sentinel Staff WriterColumn: 2006 ALL-SOUTHERN FOOTBALL TEAM DUNCAN, S.C. -- On the best afternoons, always Saturdays and only when the football schedule fell right, little Willy Korn would end up at Clemson Memorial Stadium. He'd start in the upper deck's top row, the...
KickingTiresBy Eamonn Brennan Cars.com It's been 10 years since Toyota opened its plant on farmland just south of Princeton, and Gibson County residents have rallied around the site. Its residents have united around the new jobs, competitive salaries and endless........
Candidates were asked: “What do you view as the major issue in this campaign and how will you address it?” HANOVER TOWNSHIP COUNCIL Term: 4 years (Vote for three) REPUBLICAN RANDALL C. ATKINSON No response WILLIAM J. WILLIAMS D.O.B.: 3/5/1938 Education:...
Washington BureauTo Kenneth Dam, Osama bin Laden and his Al Qaeda organization operate as "international venture terrorists," raising money from wealthy donors and Islamic charities to finance terrorist cells in more than 40 countries. Shutting down this complex web will...
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Sun National StaffKILL DEVIL HILLS, N.C. - No one knows exactly what the world's first successful airplane - the Wright brothers' 1903 Flyer - looked like when it lifted off a wooden launching rail at Kitty Hawk, N.C., and into history a century ago today. Orville and...
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Sentinel Staff WriterMIAMI -- The inscription is on his right arm. The message is quite simple, if not powerful. God Bless The Game. It took 30 minutes for the tattoo artist to burn the outline of a football into his skin, with those words surrounding it. Safety Kenny...
Sentinel Staff WriterTALLAHASSEE -- It happened almost by accident. Gavin Dickey, just entering his teenage years, sat idle in his home and started to write. The words flowed onto the piece of paper. "I don't really know how I got interested in writing poetry," Dickey said....
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterHeard the one about the "pro forma" corporate golf game? You drop your five worst holes, then total your score. As third-quarter earnings-reporting season dawns, Congress and regulators have made it clear they want companies to stop "spinning" their...
Sun StaffRear wheels have fallen off Maryland Transit Administration buses at least 16 times since August in a series of accidents that have baffled MTA officials, resulted in injury claims from bus drivers and passengers, and imperiled pedestrians and motorists...
Los Angeles TimesSix straight weeks of losses have dragged major stock market indexes to new multiyear lows, but with anxiety over corporate earnings and the prospect of war with Iraq still on the rise, experts are reluctant to say the worst is over. The Dow Jones...
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