|The Story||An individual believed to be
mentally unstable causes James Wood's Motors to shut down on Thursday
while police searched for a possible bomb.
|News worthiness (on a scale of 0 to 5)||**|
|The Spin||The dealership immediately
started a new ad campaign of "Our Prices Are So Low It'll Make You
|The Story||Decatur High School's leading
rusher transfers to Denton Liberty Christian after struggling
academically. "We told teh coaches over and over he needed help
and he never got it. No one outside of our house wants to help him
pass," his father said.
|The Spin||Uh, isn't that the way life
|The Story||In other football news, Boyd's
Garrett Tidwell competed in an All Star Game for the losing team. "I
didn't like the coaching - in's not what I am used to. We got
outcoached, not outplayed," he said.
|The Spin||Yeah! One of the coaches
only gained 5 yards on 10 carries.
|The Story||Decatur ISD announces a payment
scheme for parking with $100 for spaces closest to the building and
slots at $50 and $25 that are further away.
|The Spin||It's called the "Rich Kids
Up Front, Poor Kids Out in The Boondocks" policy.
|The Story||During the special session called by the governor to revamp school education, State Rep. Phil King manages to get the House to pass the object of his oddly obsessive first love: the telecommunications bill which was backed, among others, by corporate behemoth SBC Communications.|
|The Spin||And the sad thing is he
doesn't even pretend to have his priorities straight.