|The Story||The TAKS results are released in
the areas of English language arts, math, science, and social studies.
|News worthiness (on a scale of 0 to 5)||***|
|The Spin||Leaders in lesser known
Most knowledgeable of Fast Food - Decatur
Most familiar with the term "Cowboy Up" - Paradise ISD
Most knowledgeable in Spanish - Bridgeport ISD
Most knowledgeable in Animal Husbandry - Boyd ISD
|The Story||Commissioner Kyle Stephens,
a long time critic of the new EMS building in Decatur, couldn't help
but say "It's just one thing after another - it's just a cluster," as
he toured the building.
|The Spin||What kind of cluster?
man is charged in a burglary of a motor vehicle case after he left his
"partial human tooth" at the crime scene.
|The Spin||If your choppers are so bad that a portion of one of them
might fall out at any time, that would explain turning to a life of
crime to fund a dental bill.
|The Story||The Decatur Police Department and
Fire Departments have received over $70,000 this year in grants aimed
at preventing terrorism.
|The Spin||Not that fighting terrorism
is a bad thing, but if little old Decatur is getting that much money,
how much money is the United States throwing at the problem?
|The Story||A dog eating an popsicle makes the
front page of the Wise County
|The Spin||And for the second week in a
row, we trick up the photo.