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Garden City Telegram (Newspaper) - October 27, 2007, Garden City, Kansas What's Inside Shop still going strong after 15 B1 Picture This Grim playing at Scout Photo contributed by Ginger Garden cruise past Buffaloes in D1 SATURDAY October 27, 2007 THE GARDEN Telegram Volume 78, No. 254 44 Pages 6 Sections ONE DOLLAR About face By SARAH KESSINGER TOPEKA - Actions by three key officials has prompted Kansas to do a 180-degree turn this past year in its approach to addressing global Just last the Sunflower State sided with the Bush Administration as it sought to fend off a lawsuit led by Massachusetts and joined by 11 other local governments and environmental groups seeking to get the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to limit carbon dioxide emissions from The plaintiffs argued that from tailpipes was exacerbating global warming and evidence of mental damages was At the direction of Attorney General Phill Kansas entered the filing an or of the brief with eight other states and the automobile industry in defense of the Kline didn't mention it to Gov. Kathleen an aide said this And he didn't consult with his state's air quality Kansas Secretary of Health and Environment Rod Bremby said recently Since a lost his bid for re-election to Democrat Paul Morrison a year much has Although it was never an issue in that carbon dioxide and global warming now have drawn Kansas into the national not Kansas never withdrew its brief from the federal court case after Morrison took office in January did not agree with the decision to join the amicus in support of the said Morrison spokeswoman Ashley Anstaett in an e-mail this withdrawing or changing positions at that late date could have damaged integrity before the U.S. Supreme attorney general would never jeopardize reputation before See Page A5 Associated Press Sunflower Electric coal-fired power plant in Holcomb rises beyond a pile of coal as it churns out electricity in this Feb. 1 A billion project to build two more units at the site was rejected by Kansas Secretary of Health and Environment Ron The ruling could have an impact across the country and was hailed as a victory by environmental groups that warn the plants contribute dangerously to global Brad Shantal takes a closer look at a Flicker bird as Desiree Ortiz looks the bird up in a book Friday at Garden City Community College during a science The pair of are from Garfield Elementary Event offers hands-on education in science By EMILY BEHLMANN Maggie Roth wants to be a surgeon when she grows Faith Biermann wants to be an and Erica Nicholson is thinking about veterinary The Holcomb Elementary School weren't performing science quite so advanced on but they were learning and loving it. all like science and learning new Roth said in a lecture hall of Garden City Community College's Warren Science and Math Holcomb students joined from seven other Finney County plus the High Plains Horn the third annual science competition Masters of science Human Anatomy - Jennie Wilson Elementary School Copper Chemistry - Garfield Elementary School Microscopes - St. Dominic School Design - High Plains Home Educators Bird Identification - Edith Scheuerman Elementary School Tree Identification - Elementary School Paper Airplanes - Victor Ornelas Elementary School Egg Ornelas Elementary hosted by the Peggy librarian at Wilson Elementary mid the event gives her students opportunities they wouldn't have in a regular school day At sehM usually learn See Page A5 Zac drops a egg protector and parachute from atop a table to the floor as Dylan Darter holds a plum line above the target Friday during a fourth grade science competition at Garden City Community The pair are students at Elementary School were with teammates in an egg drop blacks join forces WICHITA - Hispanics and black leaders joined forces Friday to try to block efforts expected to be mounted in the Kansas Legislature next In a joint the Kansas Hispanic and Latino American Affairs Commission and the Kansas African American Affairs Commission agreed to come up with a comprehensive plan to defeat action in the are going to be on the said Rep. Delia Immigration was one of several minority issues where the two state government advisory boards found some common The groups also agreed to work together on health care reform in Kansas and an economic development plan to revise the procurement processes and give minority business owners a greater share of government are all in the same said Steve executive are not competing for jobs - we are See Page A5 USD 457 looks to get drop on dropout rate By EMILY BEHLMANN The USD 457 Board of Education wanted to see improvement in the dropout rates at Garden City High and Monday it will see whether the district is gressing toward that T Principal James Mireles is scheduled to give an update as part of the regular Improving graduation rates has been on the list of goals for the past several Mireles said Friday that die high school See Page Imide Annie's TOsen Soupy aa Southwest Check us out online at Is a way tJon between too much ami too m Chaining author and dramatist Weekend weather partly high 66, low 38. partly high
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