|The Story||The Decatur ISD school board met
for over 7 1/2 hours to decide whether to extend the contract of
Superintendent Gary Gindt.
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|The Spin||Cowboy's coach Bill Parcells
stated in an off the record discussion that "it sure seems like a long
time for them to make a decision."
|The Story||The Decatur Civic Center has a new director who foresees some changes: "The center, which already has a liquor license . . . wants to have a country club type club which people can have memberships. The civic center is also exploring wine tastings."|
|The Spin||The local baptists urged the
city council to rename the civic center as "House of the Devil" but the
matter was tabled.
|The Story||The Boyd school board accepted the
resignation (?) of high school principal Jack Williams and agreed to
buy out the rest of his 18 month contract in an amount expected to be
|The Spin||It's called the "Intra School
District Robin Hood Plan."
little bit of controversy in Boyd erupts about lack of student support
the boy's basketball team. It hit a peak when a sign of "We Don't Care.
Play Football" appears in the crowd within the student section. On the
same night against Brock,
the score was 24-0 at the end of the first quarter.
|The Spin||They don't care because they
play football. They don't care because that team it bad.
|The Story||Gross tax receipts indicate that
Chili's in Decatur was the greatest alcohol provider in the county with
Frilly's coming in a close second.
|The Spin||"Wait until we add a karoke night," said a fake Chili's spokesman, "We'll blow the roof off alcohol sales then. There's nothing like a cold beer and a Bloomin' Onion while listening to some girl in a halter top bellow out 'Call Me By My Name' We're gonna rake it in!"|