|The Story||Alvord ISD plans to add a daycare
to accomodate teachers with young children. "The program will be able
to accomodate as many as 12 children."
|News worthiness (on a scale of 0 to 5)||**|
|The Spin||It would have been larger
but the school isn't used to handling a large number of kids.
|The Story||A wallet dropped during a
burglary of Cow Camp Steakhouse leads to the arrest of Joshua Sutter,
|The Spin||"I wasn't going to even
bring the dang thing and then I started thinking - What if I started
feeling guilty and wanted to leave a tip or something. Now look what
happened. Next time I won't be so thoughtful."
|The Story||The Messenger runs an editorial
proclaiming that the local Democratic Party is not dead yet.
|The Spin||Maybe not dead, but that priest issuing the last rites
during the last meeting was not a good sign.
|The Story||H.D. Boswell begins his
unothodoxed campaign for a place on the Decatur ISD school board by
listing a series of
promises and priorities. One of them being: "To keep a close eye on the
building of the new High School. I don't trust my President, so whay
you I trust 'them'".
|The Spin||Unusual campaign theory:
Take an unnecessary shot at a president whom the vast majority of
eligble voters will vote for
|The Story||In the oftentime confusing and
uncomfortable "Spotlight" section of the Messenger profiling local high
school athletes, a Decatur Junior responded to the question of
"Behind my back people say" by answering "She still has a nice butt'"
|The Spin||Kids say the darndest things.