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Vol. 2, No. 2 The University of Arkansas at Monticello's Online News Source Sept. 17, 2004

"They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety"
Ben Franklin
Section Index: Topping the News || Speaking Out  || Spare Time || Fighting Boll Weevils
Topping the News
Ivan (the Terrible) — Pensacola resident Van Price found his best friend's boat washed-up on shore when he came to report the boat's condition after Hurricane Ivan passed through the area hours earlier. A veteran of seven hurricanes, Price said Ivan was the worst he has ever experienced.

Farm 'Family of the Year' part of UAM family
By Karon Parrish

   “UAM provides not only an education for a young person to fall back on in case farming doesn’t work out," Miles said, "but the vast amount of trials, tests and studies have helped farmers more than double their yields.” (more)

County Fair celebrates 61 years
By William Collins
Staff Writer

   Fun from Sept. 18-25 (more)

More restaurants in Monticello
By Katy Murray
Staff Writer

Coastal residents flee to Monticello to escape Ivan
By Karon Parrish

   Hurricane fills hotels with the worried. (more)

New Vice Chancellor an Old Friend
By Will Whiting
Managing Editor

   “I have always said UAM is one of the best kept secrets in the state,” Ray said. (more)

Off-campus e-mail problems
By Kristin Adams
Staff Writer

Blood drive breaks record
By Amanda Rogers
Staff Writer

"If All Arkansas Read the Same Book"
By Kristin Adams
Staff Writer

Sigma Tau Delta offers scholarships
By Karon Parrish

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Section Index: Topping the News || Speaking Out  || Spare Time || Fighting Boll Weevils
Speaking Out
Scholarship serving teachers
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Ask Nancy: Bookstore needs variety
By Nancy Davis
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Section Index: Topping the News || Speaking Out  || Spare Time || Fighting Boll Weevils
Spare Time

No damage from 'Collateral'
By Michael Ford
Arts & Entertainment Editor

Blog, Free Board offers interactive experience
By Michael Ford
Arts & Entertainment Editor

By Michael Ford
Arts & Entertainment Editor

Acappella entertains UAM
By Karon Parrish

New titles at library
By Anbolyn Potter
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Section Index: Topping the News || Speaking Out  || Spare Time || Fighting Boll Weevils
Fightin' Weevils
Sports Hall of Fame’s class of 2004
Courtesy of Media Services

   Basketball stars Harold Mobley and Rose Avery, All-American lineman Charles Dearman, track and field great Damon Martin, and the late Jim Benton will be inducted Oct. 28 at 6:30 p.m. in the John F. Gibson University Center as part of homecoming weekend.(more)

Weevils prepare for GSC home opener
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   Tailgate party begins at 3 p.m. Sept. 18, with the "Walk of Champions" beginning at 3:45 p.m. Support the Weevils as they take on West Alabama. (more)

Lions' second quarter sacks Weevils
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