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Archive - Dec 5, 2007

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Tech hoopsters have road tests

First-year head coach Kerry Rupp will be trying to guide the ‘Dogs to their second win of the season, Tech currently being on a three-game losing streak that continued with a recent 59-54 home defeat to Southeast Missouri State University.

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Rescue Center gives students second chance

One of the key elements to the new system is community involvement. Guest speakers are brought in from local businesses and government agencies to provide inspiration and incentives for the students. The relationship between the school, the students and the members of the community is vital because each directly affects the others.
When the community takes pride in its schools and shows care and concern for the things happening there, teachers, students and administrators notice. As members of this community, we can inspire and challenge local students to do their best.

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Do a good deed — adopt

Mia was joined by a Maine Coon kitten (at least I think he is, he’s big enough to be) not long after the move. I was, as many people are by pets, feeling inconvenienced.
That lasted about 0.8 of a second, when he curled up on my thin chest and went to sleep. Enzo has since grown into a huge woolly thing that will not let me pet him and is absolutely sure my fiancée is his girlfriend.
Enzo and Mia existed playfully, with him swinging from cat toys and her trying her level best to stay away from him and his dirty paws (she is quite vain). Then came the third.

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Choudrant reaches solution

Choudrant Mayor Bill Sanderson quoted the ordinance when answering. It would be effective after final adoption and publication “in the manner prescribed by law.”
“At that point, which by law has to be within 10 days, typically for us is the week that it is passed,” Sanderson said. “We forward it to the paper and it is published. At time of publication, if passed, it would become effective.”

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