|The Story||A proposed
emergency services district for Boonsville/Balsora goes to a public
hearing. One resident questioned the need for a tax when "the
fire department received nearly a half-million dollars last year in
grants." Resident Peggy Shepherd followed that up with: "Come to
Boonsville and tell us where that half million dollars went."
|News worthiness (on a scale of 0 to 5)||**|
|The Spin||Funny line. Very funny line.
|The Story||Dave Campbell's Texas Football hits the stands and
predicts Decatur to win the district championship.
|The Spin||Bridgeport Coach Danny
Henson then mysteriously purchased every issue in the county and made
the surprise announcement that the homecoming bonfire would be held
later in July.
|The Story||Two more Letters to the Editor
were printed in the Messenger regarding
Dr. Rohr and the alleged horse scandal.
|The Spin||And did you know that not one of the letters so far have
been pro-horse abuse?
|The Story||The Rhome City Council authorized
a "bid on three new police cars not to exceed a total of $9,000."
|The Spin||In other news, Yugo was
announced as the official car of the Rhome Police Department.
|The Story||The Bridgeport City Council
voted to reimburse city works director David Turnbow for the expenses
associated with completing
his business degree. "He estimated that he will need about 60 credit
hours at more than $400 per credit."
|The Spin||Everyone in unison: "Huh?"
|The Story||Walter Wright gets the Bridgeport
City Council to agree to settle fines in connection with a rent
house that has been in a state of disrepair. "It broke us
and the stress has made my wife just sick. She doesn't even want to go
to the grocery store anymore."
|The Spin||"And I'm really getting
hungry," he thought.