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Anderson Herald Bulletin (Newspaper) - November 30, 2007, Anderson, Indiana Friday november to Boot because life changes daily the Herald bulletin so cent sports is Frankton boys basketball team off to a 2-0 Start Kopis amp places cd a a o a in beeswax soy candles eco Friendly converts today s weather a2 High Loh 25 a for rated weather forecasts visit begins serving 67-month sentence former a nil player gets prison for Bank fraud Money laundering by Justin Schneider a former Anderson University football player will serve 67 months in prison after pleading guilty in Federal court to Bank fraud Money laundering and filing a false tax return according to the internal Revenue service. W. Brad Lamb 40, of Huntersville n.c., pleaded guilty in . District court in Charlotte n.c., and was sentenced on nov. 15. According to charges Between May 2004 and May 2005, Lamb attempted to obtain More than $1 million in Money and property by falsifying loan documents transferred More than $.21,000 from his business to his personal account and filed a false tax return in 2004 by failing to report about $459,000 of income according to the charges against him. A native of Springboro Ohio Lamb attended Anderson University from 1986 to 1991. According to its web site Lamb is a considered the Best receiver to play Quot at a and became the first Raven drafted into the National football league when he was chosen by the Buffalo Bills. A the was a great Guy Quot said Barrett Bates former athletic director at a. A i did no to know anything about the Case against Lamb hut he was a great person when i knew a second team All american and most valuable player of the 1989 and 1990 football seasons Lamb was inducted into the a athletics Hall of Fame in 2004. He still holds school records for Points in a game 30receiving Yards in a game 272all purpose Yards in a see Lamb / a2 who voted against protecting marriage Tern Austin th8 photo i Don Knight the american family association has paid for this billboard on eighth Street in Anderson attacking rep. Terri Austin for her vote against a Bill that would be let voters decide whether to ban same sex marriage in the state during the last legislative blasted x Cue mailable savings possible visit 2603 Broadway Anderssn in calirtl5.649.1253 Paul Phipps left president of Comfort motion tech nolo on billboard state representative singled out for Odd Osina same sex a triage Bill 00001 97883 Index classified c5 lotteries a2 to c3 comics b5 movies c3 scores b4 deaths a6 opinion a4 sports by local a3 puzzles b6 weather a2 Page designer Casey Mellady Gies explains his company s vehicle seat Multi position software technology to Keith Trent of Community Hospital during an open House at the flagship Enterprise Center on thursday. The photo / Don Knight flagship open House attracts Large crowd local celebrities by Jessica Kerman when Paul Phipps started working with the flagship there was no building for the economic development Hub. Currently the flagship works with 51 clients and is one of the exemplary models of what a technology Park should be said rep. Terri Austin d-36, at the flagship open House on thursday afternoon. Austin presented Chuck Staley president and ceo of the flagship with a re certification during a Multi faceted ceremony. More than too people including mayor Kevin Smith . Rep. Mike Pence a Indi Ana and state rep. Rim Lanane r-25, attended the event. A a we be had no better ally in Washington than congressman Pence a Staley said at the ceremony. Pence also officially recognized the flagship As a qualifier for the excellence in Community and Faith based social entrepreneurship award from the United states department of com Merce. A a in a very proud of the flagship and All you who Are involved Here a Pence said. To overwhelmed by what a happening the open House was in conjunction with a ribbon cutting for great deals Magazine one of the largest co poning publishers in the Midwest. This is probably my last ribbon cutting Here a Smith said to the crowd. Smith reflected on How Well the flagship has done during his tenure in office. A it was a great collaborative Effort a he said. For businesses such As Comfort motion technologies the flagship has been a mayor player in creating new businesses in Madison county. Comfort motion technologies develops software to redistribute a Drivers weight in a car to help with Back problems created from time in the car Phipps said. A a starting the business could have been done without the flagship a Phipps said. A but the flagship has made it so much easier a to comment on this Story see . By Neal Mcnamara Anderson a a family values group has launched a Campaign Here chastising state rep. Terri Austin for casting a vote against a Hill last session that would have let voters decide whether to ban same sex marriage in the state. On an eighth Street building the Tupelo american family association erected a billboard that ques dons austins support of traditional marriage. A who voted against protecting marriage Quot reads the billboard. Terri Austin a District 36, says the billboard is the head of the afar a Indiana Branch says that the organization is focusing on her because prior to voting against the Bill she came out against same sex marriage. A we put that up to remind people of How rep. Austin voted a said Micah Clark head of Aea Indiana. A she May have to vote on that Issue again and we want Pelt a pie to know How she voted last but Austin stands by her vote. She is opposed to same sex marriage hut voted against the Bill because it May have put in jeopardy the rights of unwed Domestic partners a specifically in regard to Domestic violence Laws Aud How employers provide insurance to employees who live in a Domestic partnership. This amendment was not a one Issue amendment Quot she said. The second Section and its wording was very controversial. Numerous Legal scholars presented conflicting opinions about the meaning the intent and the consequences of the the second part of the Bill hrs a states a a. Indiana Law May not be construed to require that martial status or the Legal incidents of marriage he conferred upon see billboard / a9 Survey finds Many Indiana students have online extra visit around the clock daily for the following Content and More a a breaking local news a a photo galleries from local events a a Reader discussions on forums yesterday s results after several warnings would it be fair to jail Parent Tifin fail in not their Kirk immnni7pd?j College hesitations the associated press Indianapolis a most Indiana students dream big when it comes to College plans but a new Survey found less Hope among teenagers who would be the first Iii their families to attend College. Those potential first generation students who the Survey says account for More than one in four of the states Lith graders a often face shh Quot More obstacles than oth Jers in High school. My researchers say those teenagers sometimes Lack the rigorous academic preparation family funding and encouragement that others have. But advocates say those students need to realize that College is within reach. A we have to Send a real dear message to kids that this is doable a said Cheryl Orr of Indiana a education round table. A yes College is expensive but its an important investment and there Are lots see students a2 today s question what s the most overrated Rock band of All time rolling stones beatles led Zeppelin Pink Floyd guns n roses kiss Van Halen other 172 vote counted online poll

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