|The Story||Thursday's Messenger contained these two
front page headlines: "Murder
Indictment" and "Grand Jury Indicts Man On Child Sex Charges."
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|The Spin||The will not be on the cover of the upcoming "Welcome To Wise" special edition.|
|The Story||"Also on Tuesday, Decatur police
responded to a suspicious activity call
at the work site for the Crestview Apartments across from Decatur
|The Spin||It turned out to be both copper theft and the most work effort put forth on the property in months.|
|The Story||Rhome Councilman Brandon Davis
suggested that the city could first be cleaned up to make a developer
want to come to Rhome. “I
like the forward-thinking part of wanting to develop but I think we’ve
got some old-style underlying issues. I’m not going to beat around the
bush about it: If you drive through Rhome, it looks tacky. Plain and
|The Spin||"Who is he calling tacky?" said
one outraged citizen. "I may have a car up on blocks on my front lawn
but my neighbor's wife is always out there with a Coors Light and with
her big old belly hanging out from that tube top. Now that's tacky."
|The Story||Several Bridgeport High School
students break into the school and
commit vandalism but nothing causing permanent damage. Describing them
as "good kids", the principal refuses to suspend them and allowed them
to participate in the graduation ceremony..
|The Spin||The Texas Education Agency immediately sanctioned the school "for failing to understand that 'no tolerance' does not allow a case-by-case rational decision making process." "We've spent years telling administrators to be robots, and this will not be tolerated," a press release read.|
|The Story||The county decides to end indigent
health care for illegal immigrants.
|The Spin||"If they followed our laws, registered to vote, and then voted Republican, we would be willing to revisit the issue. Until then, adios mofo," said one fictitious county commissioner.|