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Staff written stories for the week of March 26, 2009


Remembering Don Otterness
A shepherd who built bridges to make the mundane marvelous


Luxi Peng spells her way to the nation’s capital

“Cruel and inhumane”
School board weighs in on $85M spending plan

For $27M project
Bids come in 10% under budget

Dr. Mike tells foreign language teachers
“Our students want to know we care”

Donald Ruthford Otterness, a farmer and intuitive teacher

Neighbors object to noise, traffic
Wranken applies for permit to run home business

Grimm says
Signs posted to prevent liability

A place where the sun can be purple
Altamont preschool makes changes to draw more kids of busy parents


At BKW: Next year’s budget expected to be smaller than this year’s

Preschool to be sold this June

New Scotland

NS4SED holds forum
Pride of New Scotland forms

Cops and the big box

VCSD election
Coffin, Dozier to run for board

Therapeutic riding center seeks funds and volunteers


New line up and new mindset for BKW baseball

Lady Bird softball hoping to expand on lessons learned


Obituary notices for the week of March 26, 2009

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