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8 Nov 2008

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8 Nov 2008

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Burlington Times News (Newspaper) - November 8, 2008, Burlington, North Carolina Weather leg deaths Vara is 39 local breaking news All Day on 5 minute times 120th year. No. 181 saturday. November 8. 2008 50 cents times news Burlington North Carolina photo by Sam Robert / Tim new from loft Mckenzie Walsh 12, Altona Jones 16, Grant Davis 7, and his brother Cade Davis 9, play soccer wednesday during the Mebane youth soccer association top soccer game. Soccer Stop stars program lets kids with disabilities compete have fun by brie Handgraaf times news Kristy Belcher saw the need right away. She had the perfect Vantage Point a coordinator of the Mebane youth soccer association and substitute teacher at . Yoder elementary school. She noticed that children with a physical or mental disability usually could not participate on sports teams at school or in recreational leagues. But the to soccer program operated by the Mysa changed that. The outreach program for soccer or top was started several years ago by the us youth soccer organization to bring the Opportunity of learning and playing soccer to any child with a disability. Belcher joined with Mysa coach Mike Lunday to form two teams a the tigers and the ninjas. Eleven kids with varying Levels of disabilities joined the teams in August a practising for a few weeks before playing each other in games. A i was running scared when i started out to said Lunday who coaches the ninjas. He had never worked with special needs children before but through a Mysa seminar and his own research he gained Confidence. A what i found neat was that i was doing the same training As with my other teams. It is no Gibsonville House combines modern amenities with Well manicured surroundings Al sudoku sport Freedom commit cations on the Gebiil Wurf Nae Lection 2008 Rito the excrement of election n0itwtt Alamance county s newest Archive miss a Story its just a Dick holds first news conference since election by Neche picker and Liz Sidoti the associated press Chicago a even Barack Obama can t change the Calendar. The president elect said Friday he wanted to act urgently and Deal a head on with the nations economic crisis. But he recognized that his Power was limited by the fact that George Bush will be running things until Jan. 20. A Hie United states has Only one government and one president at a time Quot Obama said at his first news conference since winning the presidency three Days earlier. Inheriting an Economy in peril Obama spoke confidently yet soberly in a setting far different from the tuesday night rally a or of celebrating him and his historic Victory. My Buffy he warned that the Obama Clear Choice in Elon Survey nation faces the Chal Ai president Lenge of a lifetime elect giving use and pledged he to new turns of would act to help phrase americans devastate Page a2 de by lost jobs disappearing savings and Homes seized in foreclosure. But the Man who promised change cautioned against Hopes of Quick solutions. A it is not going to be easy for us to dig ourselves out of the Hole that we Are in a he said. The no. I priority Obama said is to get Congress to approve an economic stimulus plan that would extend jobless benefits Send food Aid to the poor dispatch medicaid funds to states and spend tens of billions of dollars on Public works projects. If the plan is not see Obama Economy Page a2 by Mike Wilder times news Mike Wilder link. Freedom com Elon a for those who suspect most College professors Are part of the political left a pre election Survey taken at Elon University will reinforce that. Among Elon faculty members who voted in a nonscientific online Survey conducted oct. 31 through nov. 3, 153 supported democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama compared to 19 who favored Republican candidate John Mccain. In 2004, a similar Survey produced slightly less lopsided results though faculty members still overwhelmingly favored democratic presidential candidate John Kerry. That year 141 Elon faculty members supported Kerry in the mock election compared to 39 who supported Republican incumbent George w. Bush. Similar to Young people in other parts of the United states students at Elon University were More Likely to vote for Obama than Mccain in this years presidential race by a margin of nearly 2 to 1. Among Elon students who voted in the mock election 832 backed Obama and 446 favored Mccain. Exit polls conducted nationwide found that two thirds of voters Ages 18 to 29 supported Obama in the presidential race. In 2004, Elon student see Obama Ilon Page a2 Altona Jones right congratulates Mckenzie Walsh after Walsh scored a goal during wednesday game. Each player is paired with at least one buddy to help them on the Field. They can have a Volunteer buddy most of whom Are Mysa players assigned to them when they Register or they can see top stars Page a2 woman shaken after wreck nov. 1 hit and run on Mebane Street destroyed Scooter by Roselee Papandrea times news Roselee Rhonda Morrison Isnit sure Shell Ever ride a Scooter again. If she does she doubts Shell drive it on Mebane Street. An Accident she had Early on nov. I is to blame. Morrison is still recovering from the bruising and Road rash and the fact that the person driving the car that hit her did no to Stop to see if she was of. A it was wrong a Morrison said. Quot they could have stopped to see if i was All right or transportation to and from her Job at International House of pancakes on Long Pine Road was a problem for her Long before she had the Accident. She afford a car or the Money for Gas so she invested in the 2008 Honda metropolitan Scooter. Quot i picked the Scooter a she said. A it was easy on Gas and i could afford it. I wanted it. I got tired of worrying about How i would get Back and Forth to work and putting everybody else in a she took the same route to work every Day. She liked travelling Mebane Street because the Road is smooth and she could ride on the shoulder without any problem. At about 2 . Nov. I the morning after halloween she was driving Home via Mebane Street and As she neared Alamance Road she heard squealing brakes behind her. A i did no to see nothing a she said. Then her Scooter was hit. She was thrown 60 feet and then rolled in the Road Landing in a driveway with the Scooter on one Side of a ditch and her helmet on the other. The $2,500 Scooter was destroyed and she ended up at Alamance regional medical Center. A i done to even know what happened a she said. A whoever hit me i did no to even see. As soon As i stopped i jumped up and did no to see nothing. Whoever it was kept Burlington police investigated and a hit and run report was done but there Isnit a lot that police can do at this Point. A we can to follow up because there Isnit anything to follow up a said Burlington police assistant chief Greg see hit and run Page a2 Obama Calls for Swiff Adion on Economy a a nation the nations zoomed past 10 million last month the most in a Quarter Century As piles of Pink slip shut factory Gates and office doors to 240,000 mors americans with the holidays nearing. A a Man who launched a courthouse shoaling Sprat during his rape trial Kjong a judge and three others was convicted at murder Friday More than Throe yours after he turned Atlanta a seat of Justice into a crime scam. By 0 a a world iwo iraqi insurgent groups called on Bancic Obama to a a a a Nus pass Ossia rests a Nus a aaa a withdraw u.8. Loops from Iraq and abandon the War on Tenor an internet monitoring service reported Friday. Abibon fighters held a wedding party captive and fired on u.8. Forces in an attack designed to draw . Lars Lolkes on Civitts and Stoke Antt american Sandman a . Official said Friday Clung a a in thar repute a a a state by grahams work As a Pitter is purebreds is coming to an and but he is praying for Barack Tams As the nation s next Leader begins his work Graham s son said Friday on the ailing Ivangs dts 90th birthday. 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