|The Story||The Apocalypse has seemingly fell
on Decatur as a record turnout occurs to discuss the open/closed campus
issue for DHS. One of the speakers was DHS Junior class president
Matt Haile who said, "The nutrients that you reap from cafeteria food
don't get you [cross country] state championship rings like this one."
|News worthiness (on a scale of 0 to 5)||**|
|The Spin||Little did we know that Big
Macs, Double Cheese Pizzas, and Burrito Supremes were endurance running
|The Story||The first candidate forum occurred
at the Chico Chamber of Commerce. "The first issue brought up was the
question of allowing private citizens to have roads paved for less than
the county's contracted rated, especially in Precinct 4."
|The Spin||The second question was,
"How long will this thing last because I'm bored out of my freakin'
|The Spin|| Insufficient evidence led to the
release of Tony Kempf who had been charged with murder. "According to
Sheriff David Walker, Kempf was arguing with Marshall Roper . . . when
Roper pulled out a small caliber revolver and shot at Kempt, grazing
his head. Walker said that Kempf wrestled the gun away from Roper and
shot him in the head."
|The Spin||Please tell me I can legally
kill a guy who shoots at my head, grazes it, but misses. Can you
spell "Self Defense"?
|The Spin||So you want to take you
significant other out on a random weekend in March. And say you want to
really go crazy and shell out, say, $120 bucks. Where are you
going? Del Frisco's? Old Warsaw? The Steak House at the Gaylord Texan?
Nope. An advertisement in the Messenger tells you where you can go . .
|The Spin|| Link.
(Oh, yes, nothing like the romantic confines of that place.)
|The Spin||It's an incredibly slow news week,
so we glanced at Sex Offender notices (modern society's insane scarlet
letter). Quick, take a look at the notice below and tell me the guy's
|The Spin|| Here.
You might want to look again.