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Athens News Courier (Newspaper) - November 22, 2005, Athens, Alabama Thanks & giving List of local events planned for the upcoming holiday 5^ The The rise, the fall The tale of the state’s top football teams, inside Sports jg Ti Ksaw, No> emhkr 22,2005 Serving Athens AND Lemeston/Coi nt\ : A Commi Nlт^ oe Tradition and Fi ti re enewscoiirier.com 50 Cents O j Anita Ohler of Athens Subscriber of the clay Opportunity found A new opportunity center here offers help where needed. Story coming Wednesday ilfffF llev, Sound Off: I would like to respond to the people w ho complain about the smoking at the front of the hospital. There are very few who smoke at the front o " the hospital at any given time. Most of the smokers have family in ICU and we run outside to grab a quick smoke because we're waiting for the doctor to come out and talk to us. Doctors make rounds at different times of the day, so we arc watching for them all day. They don't come to the smoking area to find us. Some patients have two, three and four doctors at a time, and we try to see them all, if possible. ■More Sound Off Valley, 5A Get the news w ith your morning coffee Subscribe to The \eu's-0tuner 232-2720 Index Classified . . .4-6C Comics . ... 3B Ledger ..... .....ЗА Valley...... ..., 5A Movie Listing ЗА Obituaries... .....2A James “Bo” Meadows Eugene Reyer Sallie Mae Taylor Sports .1B Daily Bible Moment ocl u'orks all things according to the counsel of His will. Ephesians 1:11 Limestone Chape ¿‘••1 ! 322 H»v31 SvVlhens I 256-232-1051 ' Obit line 256-77MI934 Clements coach resigns; banned from schools following rape arrest Rae submitted resignation soon after Friday arrest, official says Bv lAsHi v Eov ei I tashia(a athcfisnews-couricr.com The Limestone County Board of Education voted Monday morning to approve the resignation of former Clements High School assistant football coach Kyle Rae. Board members also \oied at the specially called meeting to ban Rae from Limestone County School properties. Board member .lohn Wayne King was not present. Rae was arrested 1 riday on school grounds and charged with second-degree rape after authorities learned that he had sex with a 15-vear-old Clements High School student. .Also. Limestone County Schools Superintendent Dr, Barry C'arroll said he will submit a report of the incident to .Alabama State Superintendent Di-Joe Morton, who v\ ill a decision whether to revoke Rae mak Rae's teachmu eertifieatioii. Rae was placed on .ulmmistrative leave with pay on fndav while the investigation was taking place. Carroll said. Rae submitted his letter of resignation Friday wlnle at the Limestone (\nmty Sheriff s Department. Carroll said Rae's conduct is inappropriate and will not be tolerated. He said because Rae is now a for- See Coach, Page ЗА Resources needed for meth problem Longtime congressman hosts ‘meth summit’ with DAs from three counties Bv I vsm \ l.ov I I I tushiuia aihensucw s-courier.com It will take communities and Congress working togctlier to battle a force as strong as methampet-amine abuse, said U.S. Rep. Bud Cramer. ( ramer, D-.Ala., called together district attorneys, .Alabama DepaiTmeiu of Human Resource officials and community leaders from l imestone and other North Alabama counties Monday for a meth prevention and enforcement summit in Madison. "More organization and resources need to be put vm the front line." C ramer said after the meeting. According to statistics from See Meth, Page 3A Nevvs-Couricr Tashia Lovell U.S. Rep. Bud Cramer, D-Ala. speaks to a group of law enforcement officers and community leaders Monday at a summit in Madison. Pseudoephedrine packets and soda bottles are photographed in March 2003 after police raid a home methamphetamine lab in Enid, Okla. Courtesy photo Committee wants Browns Ferry St. named for King Bv Kti.i.v K vztK k cl I) ^(aaih cn sn cws-cou ri -cr.com Nettie Pryor lives on Browns Ferry Street. It is a place that holds special meaning for her; a place she has called home for many years. It is not without reason, then, that she decided to speak out against changing the name of her street. "That is a special place for me." she said in a meeting in Mayor Dan Whlliams’ conference room Monday afternoon. "It is easy for others to sit and say, * It’s just a few addresses to be changed."’ Pryor addressed mem- See MLK, Page 3A Athens man indictee in child porn case An Athens man arrested after a sting operation in which he tried to buy v ideo-tapes of children being sexually abused was indicted by a federal grand Jury Monday in Birmingham. David Edward Miles, 54, of Athens was charged in a two-count indictment that was filed in U S. District Court, according to a state- ment from Alice H. Martin, United States attorney for the Northern District of Alabama. Count one of the indictment states that Miles possessed material that contained images of child pornography that had moved in interstate com- See Indicted, Page 2A Happy 1 игкеу Day Piney Chapel Elementary School first-grader Austen Willard paints his hand to make a turkey Monday. The children in Amanda Poff’s class made a project with the handprint painted to look like a turkey. A poem saying “This isn’t just a turkey as you can plainly see, I made it with my hand, which is a part of me. It comes with lots of love especially to say, I hope you have a very Happy Thanksgiving Day!” The project was sent home to parents and loved ones. News-Courier/ Kim Rvnders
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