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Centralia Chronicle (Newspaper) - December 10, 2001, Centralia, Washington Sea Hawks Seatac Man arrested with knife threatening Airport worker Al toy spree chronicle new makers Toni i. A Alloy / the Chroma a the Grant administrator for the City of Chehalis Marilyn Bleb la often preparing paperwork. So recently switched to Chehalis after having worked for Centralia. Riebe Grants Chehalis request for administrator Chan ii City s newest employee moves from similar Job in Centralia by Paul Ali Eva the chronicle Marilyn Riebe believes a Good Grants administrator cannot be made. A a one is just bom with the Abib to a she said. A a it a indeed Many people trying to decide on a career might easily be daunted by what is required of a Grants administrator. A you have to have Good writing skills Quot Riebe said. Quot you have to understand government protocol. You have to be very Good at building Strong networks of contacts. It takes a lot of people the Job also requires an ability to learn new things according to Chehalis newest employee. A you really have to ramp up quickly Quot Riebe said. Then there is the Quot Broad based knowledge Grants administrators Are presumed to have. A you have to know engineering you have to know mathematics you have to know finance accounting business administration you have to have project management skills a she said. In addition to these requirements a Good Grants administrator is expected to possess two seemingly contradictory qualifications. A you have to be Able to see the Lurge picture a Riebe said to understand a Community a vision. Quot then once you Start on a project you be got to be extremely detail oriented right Down to the size of the font Down to whether you re supposed to put a paper clip on the Comer or a Staple on the another reason she believes Grants administrators Are bom rather than made is that finding the academic training for a Grant writing career can be challenging. Please see Grants Kine a monday dec. 10,2001serving the greater Lewis county area since 1889 Onalaska pupils spend More than $1,000 on needy children / a3 fire districts May merge mint inti grand Mound Rochester personnel meeting tuesday by Ronald Hobs the chronicle Rochester a tuesday officials of Thurston county fire District 14 in grand Mound and District i in Rochester will hold the first of several Public meetings to address the subject of merging. The session will begin at 7 . In Rochester High school. The informational meetings will outline Steps already taken toward uniting the two entities. Sponsors Hope voters will approve the merger with a favourable decision in an election scheduled for february. Chiefs Robert Scott in Rochester and Roger Stone in grand Mound have been working with assistance from their commissioners und staffs. They have been pulling together the details for More than two years. According to both administrators the two districts have been sharing equipment and personnel for quite some time a positive february vote would allow uniting budgets and administrative responsibilities. The two chiefs plan to review the master plan organized As a result of a consultants study please see Mir ii int a a Napavine pupils making news lights Cambra pupils put on daily to news broadcast by Jull m. Graham the chronicle Napavine a a television news broadcast has made its debut in Lewis county a one that Only reaches classrooms in the Napavine elementary Middle school. Each Day a team of four pupils from Tom Patrick a class presents information about school happenings weather sports and lunch offerings. In a recent addition sixth Grade guests provide a and act out a a word of the Day. Quot its fun Quot said Alana Romero who Friday morning provided weather and lunch information to viewers on the Knes program. A i like to be in front of the eight fifth graders in the fourth fifth Grade split class work from templates. The framework and beginnings of sentences Are Given. They have to find the rest a checking with players coaches the school Secretary and Patrick and Reading the please see niw8, huge a fifth Greder Tyson Hunt operates the video camera Friday morning for the Dally news show at Napavine elementary school. Teacher Tom Patrick spilt his fifth graders into two groups to create the Breed cats new this year that go out to their schoolmates. Ton i. Banty / the Chromo Anchor Justin White a fifth grader at Napavine elementary school smiles As she begins Friday a newscast for the school. The fifth graders in Tom Patricks class have been broadcasting a Short news program at 8 31 Arn every Day since Early the la school year. Hunt for bin Laden continues with tora Bora assault tora Bora. Afghanistan apr with the Hunt for Osama bin Laden now the main focus of the afghan conflict . Marines moved closer to Kandahar today to search for Al Quida fighters. In the East tribal fighters launched a three pronged us Soult on pro bin Laden warriors defending a Mountain hide out. . And afghan officials regard both areas As Likely bin Laden hiding places. Marines also secured the abandoned grounds of the . Embassy in the heart of Kabul a the first time american troops have been seen in the capital since the Taliban fled last month. In the South a column of marines with heavy weaponry and helicopters left their Camp Rhino in the desert Southwest of Kandahar. They moved North to what a spokesman said ure Quot key pieces of terrain Quot near the City now under tribal control. Kandahar. Afghanistan a second largest City had been the Taliban s last stronghold before a chaotic surrender Friday when hundreds of pro bin Laden fighters fled. The marines have been trying to choke off their escape routes. The marines were blocking Quot roads and avenues of exit to capture Al Aida and enemy forces Quot said spokesman capt. Stewart Upton Quot of the Taliban hold their weapons they will he said the marines would not enter Kandahar. Another spokesman. Capt. David Romley said marines were being wary of unmarked minefields in the Sandy and Rocky landscape. Quot the closer you get to Kandahar the More dangerous it gets Quot he said. Just after Dawn in the East . hit tora Bora a vast network of caverns and tunnels carved deep into the White mountains. After the bombardment fighters please see Hunt Safie a11 Index pickup truck strikes kills woman on Highway 12 Clauff lbs cd comics.c4 crossword dear it could just is ms.a2 nows in britt.a4 obituaries.a4 opinion what s by the chronicle Ethel a an Ethel woman was killed saturday when a pickup truck hit her on . Highway 12 East of Ethel. Shirley t. Ball 73, died at the scene of the Early morning Accident. According to the Washington state patrol sometime about 6 45 a.m., an eastbound 2001 Ford pickup truck driven by Chad a. Hogenson 31, Longview struck Ball who was also in the eastbound Lane. She was a pedestrian. The weather was overcast and the Roadway was dry at the time the patrol reported Hogenson who was wearing a seat Belt was not injured. The patrol did not report whether the Driver was cited. Weather tomorrow showers tonight tomorrow Low 31-17 weather picture by Ashley Pond linger third Grade Jefferson Lncoln see details Pae a2 50 cents Seattle s football troubles in Denver continue with 20-7 loss i by

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