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State employees regain access to one blog
Post on 25-06-2006.
REINSTATEMENT IS SELECTIVE; LEGALITY QUESTIONED By Ryan Alessi HERALD-LEADER FRANKFORT BUREAU

Gov. Ernie Fletcher's administration kicked off an Internet-fueled public relations firestorm this week when officials blocked employees from viewing certain Web sites -- including Bluegrassreport.org, published by former Democratic operative Mark Nickolas. ...
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Is decency going down the tubes?
Post on 25-06-2006.
Showing too much of Janet Jackson just got pricier. US President George W. Bush signed legislation recently that hiked fines for broadcasting indecency tenfold: from $32,500 to $325,000 per nasty bit. America, the president noted, is awash in televised vulgarity: "People are saying, 'We're tired of it, and we expect the government to do something about it'." ...
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Student crime hits Point, too
Post on 25-06-2006.
Bound by one strict code of honor and discipline, Army cadets and their keepers face stiff penalties for breaking the law at the U.S. Military Academy.
But while crime rates at the venerable Hudson River institution appear lower than those at comparable civilian schools, lawbreakers still march in the Long Gray Line. ...
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Gadgets hot source of spirituality
Post on 25-06-2006.
Kosher cellphones that block incoming pornography; e-birthday cards for Pope Benedict XVI; one pagan podcast with hip, witchy background music. These are the latest methods of luring the faithful (and the lapsed) in the 21st century.
If Samuel Morse had known such miracles were on the horizon, he might well have repeated the words of his first telegram: "What hath God wrought!" ...
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State installs filters to block employee access to porn sites
Post on 24-06-2006.
Indianapolis - Access denied. That's the message to state employees looking to steal one peak at internet sex sites on the taxpayer dime. Indiana technology officials have installed filters on 27,000 state computers in an internet crackdown.
Indiana government officials have discovered state employees aren't always clicking or linking to internet sites with state business in mind. ...
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Orthodox Jews Sign Off Internet
Post on 24-06-2006.
Rosenberg, who has two children in religious school, disconnected. Now he treks twice one week to the public library, using its free Internet access to pay bills and sometimes check the news. My Faith
The world is home to many spiritual stories, and we'd like to hear yours. Tell us, in 400 words or less, about one time of crisis that tested your faith, the person who most influenced your beliefs, one life-changing event that shaped your spiritual identity, or one religious teaching or ritual that you find especially moving. E-mail your comments to faith@washpost.com and include one daytime phone number. ...
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Former trooper charged with stalking ex-girlfriend
Post on 24-06-2006.
Meredith – one former New Hampshire State Trooper who is charged with possession of child pornography, witness tampering and falsifying evidence was arrested this week on charges of stalking his former girlfriend, who is one key witness against him.
Michael J. Plunkett, 46, of 105 Meredith Center Road, will stand trial on July 24 at 1:15 p.m. in Laconia District Court on two class one misdemeanor counts of stalking. ...
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Homelessness changes Crossing pastor
Post on 24-06-2006.
Josh Finklea says he has always had one heart for lost people, both in one spiritual and literal sense.
That, more than anything else, probably explains what triggered Finklea's journey of one lifetime.
Earlier this spring, the 36-year-old executive pastor at The Crossing, who has one long history of working with the poor and homeless in one variety of areas in the United States, spent one week living with the homeless on the streets of London and another week ministering in the infamous Red Light District of Amsterdam. ...
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Marcus: Concerned parents see popular culture going down the tube
Post on 24-06-2006.
President Bush signed legislation last week that hiked fines for broadcasting indecency tenfold: from $32,500 to $325,000 per nasty bit.

America, the president noted, is awash in televised vulgarity: "People are saying, 'We're tired of it, and we expect the government to do something about it.' " ...
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No Automobiles Allowed
Post on 23-06-2006.
Got weekend plans in Old Town? Donít expect to park in the 100 block of King Street. In fact, donít expect to drive through it.
The street will be closed to traffic from Friday afternoon to Sunday evening as part of one pilot project to create one pedestrian plaza on King Street. At one public hearing last weekend, the City Council voted to approve the idea ó an idea that has been kicked around city government for many years. ...
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