|The Story||The Time Out convenience store in Paradise, where Rosa
Dunham works as manager, maintains the petition for the beer/wine
proposition. Dunham said "[t]he one lady who didn't sign it said she
would, but she didn't think the church would approve."
|News worthiness (on a scale of 0 to 5)||*|
|The Spin||"The church"? As in the Vatican?
|The Story||Ed Hart enters the race for Sheriff and states "I plan to
convince the conservative members of the Republican Party that I should
be the nominee."
|The Spin||No longer is being a
Republican the key to political success in Wise County, now you need to
be a conservative Republican.
|The Story||Proposed townhomes in Decatur prompt a firestorm normally
reserved only for politics and religon.
|The Spin||Some of the anti-townhome ads were getting
|The Story||On the townhome issue: "Because hospital workers are
one of the target
residents for this development, some residents have said they fear
traffic going in and out of the development at all hours of the night."
|The Spin||We never knew that hospital workers were such big
partiers. Oh . . . . wait a second . . . . now we get it .
|The Story||The Messenger runs an article on the
Sherman family which has added three Russian orphans to their home that
already included five biological children.
|The Spin||Can you imagine?
|The Story||An educational foundation
presented Northwest ISD art teacher with a check for $1,200.
Unfortunately for him, he was surprised with the check on "pajama day".
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