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Courier, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 2007, Waterloo, Iowa TUESDAY OCTOBER FOOD PAGE B1 STRAY CATS UNI VOLLEYBALL TEAM BATTLES TOUGH TIMES SPORTS PAGE D1 TONIGHTS LOW 42 TOMORROWS HIGH 58 NEWSSTAND PRICE WATERLOO CEDAR FALLS Full house UNI sells out the Dome for homecoming game against undefeated 7 Southern Illinois Courier Sports Editor CEDAR For the first time since Northern Iowas football team will play in front of a sellout crowd Saturday when 7 Southern Illinois visits the for a pm clash of It will be the eighth sellout in school but the first since Idahos visit to Cedar It will also be the Panthers first home game since Thats an awesome par a week out from this football said UNI head coach Mark Its what youVe always tried to generate a program is get it to the level where you have that kind of excitement within the commu the school and the Once you get here with the four weeks away from home and coming back home to play another undefeated you couldnt have asked for any bet ter scenario as far as a fan or just a person who enjoys the game of football Its what you line up and its what we practice You want to be a part of these football Weve put our selves in South ern Illinois has for this Saturdays crowd could be a Dome We expect right at said UNI athletic director Rick Hartzell Capacity of the build ing is so well have a little bit for That doesnt mean other Pan ther students and fans cant be part of the atmosphere and enjoy the Hartzell said Board approves new Kittrell school million building to be 74JOOO square like new Poyner By ANDREW WIND Courier Staff Writer WATERLOO The Board of Education Monday unani approved construction of a new Kittrell Elementary amidst cheers and applause of the schools The board vote followed mini mal discussion after a parent and a teacher each spoke in favor of the design recommend ed by a 20person committee that met with Archi during the spring and sum Last board mem bers held a work session to review the five remodeling or rebuilding options the commit tee considered on the schools current property along West Street and Easton The approved design is a one build ing somewhat similar to the new Poyner Elementary School in The school will have two classroom wings forming a 90degree angle with a third wing jutting out between them at a 45degree angle The media center will be near where the three wings come The kitchen and um will be grouped together at the south end of the An artists drawing of the proposed new Kittrell Elementary Officials are estimating a million price tag to build the school It will be paid for with Waterloo Community Schools proceeds from the voter approved 1 percent local option sales tax With the main entry off Ore gon the school will be ori to the east side of the prop erty rather than the west side The current which opened in will need to be demolished after the new school is built to make room for play Geoff Grimes of ture told the board that does not include demolishing Kittrells separate annex along Street just north of Morris Park He said that will be left for other purpos at least at this point Board member Lyle pointing out that older district schools have been said the quality of the construc tion of the 60s and some times 70s was less than the older Parent Sue Flynn told the board the Oregon Street entry would be safer than having it on busy 11 th Street The parking was a major con added teacher Bev noting there are currently traffic jams after school Some of those safety concerns would be addressed better with the entry and bus lane along Oregon Both Flynn and Boveia said the plan also would be an improvement Different parts of the school are now on four We have special needs stu dents who cant even get to parts of the school said Boveia said having the wings dedicated to specific grade levels with classrooms organized around shared spaces will cen resources and allow for better communication between the The board also approved an Oct 22 public hearing on the project Grimes said will get started with design development next week and Courtesy of Architects could be ready to put the project out to bid as early as In other the board approved the West High School show choir submitting a request to the Black Hawk County Gam ing Association for to purchase new performance That would pay for 11 ties and pairs of shoes 20 pairs of dance pants and accessories and 31 garment The which operates the Isle accepts and awards grant requests every Contact Andrew Wind at 319 2911507 or Firm says administration leak ruined terrorist spying efforts The Washington Post small pri vate intelligence company that monitors Islamic terrorist groups obtained a new Osama bin Laden video ahead of its official release last and around 10 am on Sept it notified the Bush administra tion of its secret It gave two senior officials access on the condition that the officials not reveal they had it until the Within 20 a range of intelligence agencies had begun downloading it from the companys Web By midafternoon that the video and a transcript its audio track had been leaked from within the Bush adminis tration to cable television news and broadcast The founder of the the SITE Intelligence says this premature disclosure tipped to a security breach and destroyed a years long surveillance operation that the company has used to intercept and pass along secret videos and advance warnings of suicide bombings from the terrorist groups com Techniques that took years to develop are now ineffective and said Rita the firms 44yearold who has garnered wide atten tion by publicizing statements and videos from extremist chat rooms and Web while attracting controversy over the secrecy of Her firm provides intelligence about terrorist groups to a wide range of paying See page A2 Small town grapples with enormous grief lost 7 youths in shooting rampage earty Los Angeles Times no strangers in tragedy in a town this small Susan Hill the coowner of the only mortuary knew Tyler Peter the 20 yearold law man who fired a fusil lade into a room filled with seven young peo Tyter Peterson tolled six people AP PHOTO Jinny Stahl talks about her who was killed In the Crandon Lindsays Ryan is at killing six and ing HUl also one of his Both were rented to Hill by blood or On as this ken town grappled with the enormity of the rampage that had ended with Petersons death during a standoff with Hill taking sides and neither were many It was all too Hill was writing the names of the seven dead on manila preparing their paperwork for a tentatively planned seven consec days of burials See page A8 WEDNESDAY IN THE COURIER WEATHER PAGE B4 Panther 500600 of the tickets set aside for students had not been claimed as of but ath officials are confident theyll be gone by See page A8 Judge gives former UNI hoops star fresh start Facing up to 50 years in jail on drug man is given Courier Staff Writer WATERLOO A former Pan thers basketball standout who has been working with youth has been given another chance after being found guilty of drug Sredrick Vin cent had been facing up to 50 years behind bars after police said he tossed bags of crack and mari juana during a foot chase that followed a traffic stop on Judge Kellyann Lekar granted Robinson probation as a stand crowd of some 50 friends and family members packed the jail courtroom to show their support during his sentencing Monday Prosecutor Brad Walz pushed for a 30year sentence for the charge of possession of crack cocaine with intent to deliver within proximity to a school and a concurrent 20 years for pos session of marijuana with intent to But who flooded the court with letters before the hearing and circulated a peti tion said Robinson had changed his ways in the years since his arrest We ask the court to consider the fact that people said his Kevin Schoe berL They touted his involvement with youth life skills programs and his work with young fathers through Family and Childrens Council and other Robinson also earned a mas ters degree from the University of Northern said David who supervised Robinson at Family and Chil drens Council See ROBINSON page A2 INTUITIVE EATING HEALTHY WEDNESDAY IN HEALTH PREP OF THE WEEK 1 mm AND TACKIER READY TO GET TO WORK flf IN SPORTS Ask
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