Register Herald (Newspaper) - August 3, 1998, Beckley, West Virginia in the lower 80s. 10A to make fourth attempt to circle world in ( Jeff Gordon makes it tough to believe there will be a chase for Winston West urged to Congress members tell president to reveal Lewinsky relationship soon to win Related story on 5B Jim PRESS A senior Republican urged President Clinton on Sunday to reveal his relationship with Monica saying he thought Congress would forgive the president if his story turns out to be a matter of sexual Key Democrats agreed and said the sooner the he comes forth and tells it and does it in the right way and there aren't a lot of other factors to cause the Congress to say this man is unfit for the presidency and should be then I think the president would have a reasonable chance of getting through said Sen. Orrin don't know anybody at the top of the system who really wants to see the president hurt in this said who is chairman of the Senate judiciary similar message was ing from Clinton's Democratic allies in the wake of revelations last week that there may be physical evidence of a relationship between the president and including a stained dress she has turned over to Independent Counsel Kenneth Clinton returned home from a weekend in New his senior advisers at the White House recognized that the ' growing sentiment for some sort of conciliatory even among Starr supporters like presented new cognizant of a number of outside both Republican and urging some sort of public said one senior speaking only on condition of The adviser said it was too early to assess what Clinton's next move might Milwaukee at a meeting of the nation's there was agreement that who have generally been critical of the uproar surrounding the Lewinsky are starting to pay more CLINTON on Page 10A August 3,1998 with and graduate students prove learning isn't all washed Lynne is out and fun is in when it comes to say the educational experts at Marshall University Graduate why 15 teachers in the Marshall advanced education degree program abandoned lesson books and put creative teaching strategies and hands-on learning experiences to use in a five-week session which wrapped up last according to Victoria program 130 grades kindergarten through 12, participated in classes at Woodrow Wilson High she every hands-on there was a major educational Smolsky that taught basic skills were planned around this year's of the Smolsky teach lessons about hardwood and softwood teachers took the children on a nature walk and identified said Lori a children also compared the Amazon rain forest and its animals with West Virginia's trees and Smolsky Rangers brought puppets to class to help them hands-on learning approach makes children more enthusiastic about It's upbeat and makes learning JOYCE Marshall University eduction Korban Osorio fights his way through water from a fire hydrant during a summer program at Woodrow Wilson High The Marshall University Graduate College Dayton teachers in the advanced degree program an opportunity to put creative teaching strategies and hands-on learning experiences to explain the behavior of animals in local this children learned to contrast Smolsky their geology a National Park ranger gave a talk about the its poles and oceans using a learn basic children kept she To study the children then ate what they To learn they made a sailboat from a hot dog bun and equipped it with a LEARNING on Page 10A Prison population tops 1.2 Michael J. PRESS The nation's adult prison population grew to more than 1.? million in 1997, its slow but steady rise fueled by inmates serving longer terms for violent crimes while a constant stream of criminals entered prison the Justice Department reported 5.2 percent growth to 1,244,554 federal and state prison inmates by year's end was slightly below the 7 reported the largest increase during 1997, 23 followed by West Virginia at 15 annual average growth during the 1990s, the department's Bureau of Justice Statistics That was a net gain of 61,186 inmates during the year close to the annual average of 63,900 since 1990, when prison inmates numbered only 774,000. more than half a million and women were serving shorter sentences or awaiting trials in jails during 1997, the bureau this growth the combined prison and jail population will top 2 by 2000, even though crime has been dropping since 1994, according to an estimate from The Sentencing ban some residents Allen G. 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He still dispenses hot lather and uses a straight razor to shave your All for a former textile mill is now a trendy community in the booming Research and it's taking the smalltown thing a bit too the 64-year-old barber think it's a very stupid thing to he The is the town council's recent vote to ban new drive-through businesses The reasoning behind the June 9 to preserve DRIVE-THROUGH on Page 10A a private group that advocates alternatives to the United States trails only Russia in the share of its citizens behind The total U.S. incarceration rate of 645 people per 100,000 is six to 10 times higher than most industrial the project stable prison population growth in the 1990s has been primarily driven by the increasing lengths of stay - fewer inmates PRISON on Page 10A idle as they wait in line Thursday at a bank drive-through in An Atlanta city Lee is proposing an ordinance to ban new in order to reduce the city's air of Record 2A Any 4 of the tickets sold for the game Saturday night matched all six numbers which were 1-4-20-25-44, 5. 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