|The Story||Bridgeport City
Administrator Jeff Howell appears to be headed to Kilgore for a
|News worthiness (on a scale of 0 to 5)||**|
|The Spin||The deal was almost dead
until Kilgore sent an email which read "May we remind you, sir, that
Kilgore is home of the Kilgore
|The Story||The Messenger runs an article on the
birth of triplets to 23 year old Shelley Green. The newborns were
named "Cason, Carson, and Cyler" with Carson being chosen because "it
was a good, strong sports name."
|The Spin||"O.J." finished in second
place on the name list.
|The Story||State Rep. Phil King gets a self serving editorial published in the Messenger where he engages in self promotion regarding his new bill entitled "The Texas Steroid Protection Act" (which is nothing more than telling the UIL to come up with some plan to combat steroid use). He also asserts that steroids "led to" the death of a Plano athlete and that steroids "have led high school athletes [plural] to suicide."|
|The Spin||King apparently has been to
medical school because no one else has been able to make such a
|The Story||Seventy-two year old Jack Nichols
was arrested on the charge of attempted capital murder of his 79 year
old wife of over thirty years. Nichols never committed an act in
furtherance of his alleged plan although he mentioned to his young
health care provider that he would give her $26,000 and half of his
house if he would help him.
|The Spin||His defense is that most
spouses think of killing their mates after five years, not thirty.
|The Story|| The Decatur Hospital (the formal
long name of it gives us "tired head") receives a designation of being
one of the most "nurse-friendly" facilities in the state.
|The Spin||Then again, "wake up, honey,
it's a wonderful morning and it's time for a little old injection and a
visit from Mr. Bed Pan" isn't exactly a good thing.