|The Story||A group files an application with the FCC to operate a low level radio station out of Decatur.|
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|The Spin||I suspect the radio station will
play both kinds of music: Country and Western.
||The courthouse gets a little bit
tense as the DA looks for office space
for a new assistant prosecutor but County Court at Law Judge balks at
giving up any of his square footage.
|The Spin||This secret photo taken of Judge Cude guarding the stairway to the third floor indicates that he is prepared to mount a Spartan-like defense.|
|The Story||The Messenger gets hit with an
indecency fine by the FCC for publishing a shocking photo of a high
school girl's naval.
|The Spin||Ok, part of that statement wasn't true.|
|The Story||Kim Tinkham of Boyd, who has Stage
Three breast cancer, is detailed in
a front page Messenger story
about her refusal to undergo surgery
opting to "heal herself." "If people contract cancer because of choices
they make in their lifestyle, then they can try to rid themselves of it
also, she said."
|The Spin||Rethink that. Please.|
|The Story||The Messenger publishes a photo in
connection with the Wise County Youth Fair . . .
|The Spin||. . . that has scarred me for life. (Don't we have laws against that?)|
|The Story||Ok, I as too harsh about the last picture of the the Wise County Youth Fair . . .|
|The Spin||. . . I meant to say that this photo
has scarred me for life. (Name the last
time you saw a tiara and a dead chicken in the same photo.)