Garden City Telegram in Garden-City, Kansas
13 Dec 2012

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13 Dec 2012

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Garden City Telegram (Newspaper) - December 13, 2012, Garden City, Kansas6 72472 00050 7 whats inside annies advice b4 classified b5 comics a7 police blotter a2 obituaries a2 opinion a4 state a3 to listings. B4 weather a8 weather forecast today sunny High 58, Low 27. Friday Chance of storms High 55, Low 31. Details on Page a8. Market prices wheat. 8.05 Corn. 7.54 Milo. 6.98 soybean. 13.99 Grain prices at the Garden City Coop Schwieterman inc. Reported Chicago live cattle futures dec. Feb. April High. 126.85. 132.35. 136.10 Low. 125.82. 131.47. 135.35 stand. 126.20. 135.35. 135.70 holi Day events Christmas themed programs events on tap. Page a3 coasting Broncos a vent been tested in eight game win Streak. Page b1 go to a Telegram. Com to see video of a dress rehearsal for the Nutcracker. Thursday december 13, 2012 75 cents volume 83, no. 289 2 sections 14 pages find Elroy the Garden City Telegram Elf and win Cash in to Days paper example this is not the winning image Brad Nading Telegram Justin Lubbers lifts Alexa Hemmert above his head on one of the scenes wednesday during a dress rehearsal for Steps dance schools production of the Nutcracker at Horace Good Middle schools Clifford Hope auditorium. Performances Wil be Friday through sunday. Brad Nading Telegram the mouse King makes an appearance to rally his troops during a scene from a dress rehearsal of Steps dance schools production of the Nutcracker wednesday at he mss Clifford Hope auditorium. Sioux Falls s. D. A a former worker at a South Dakota beef processor is suing Abc news celebrity chef Jamie Oliver and a food blogger saying their use of the phrase Pink slime to describe one of the company is products led to him losing his Job. Bruce Smith 58, is among about 750 people who were Laid off at beef products inc. In the Wake of what the company called a misinformation Campaign in social Media and news reports about the product lean finely textured beef. In May beef products inc. Closed three plants one each in Texas Here locally in Finney county and Iowa and Laid off workers at its corporate Headquarters in South Dakota. Smith of Dakota dunes was the company is senior counsel and director of environmental health & safety. He filed a civil suit tuesday in Dakota county District court in Nebraska seeking $ 70,000 in damages. The company and its employees were unfairly and unnecessarily maligned and accused of producing a food product that did not exist a product that critics unfairly labelled Pink slime a he said in a statement. The lawsuit names As defendants american broadcasting companies inc., Abc news Abc news journalists Diane Sawyer and Jim by Brent d. Wistrom the Wichita Eagle Topeka act gov. Sam Brownbacks administration appears poised to propose a continuation of a temporary sales tax hike and further reduce individual income tax rates. The administration will reduce Overall state spending while proposing a continuation of the 0.6 cent sales tax that is set to expire next july budget director Steve Anderson said at a forum last weekend. Many conservative lawmakers opposed the sales tax which was approved in 2010 As lawmakers grappled with drastically reduced revenues stemming from the National recession. But Many favor More reductions in individual income tax rates. What you re going to see is a further reduction in the personal income tax rate Anderson told conservative lawmakers and lobbyists at a Retreat in Topeka. He said most people have already heard about the potential continuation of the sales tax rate. I think thatus really a trigger we need to use he said. The governor wants to apply that Revenue to continue to buy Down the individual income tax rate. Anderson acknowledged its going to be a Tough Call for lawmakers. I think that for a lot of conservatives thatus hard to Swallow he said. And i certainly understand that especially since Many of you ran on a Well make this Sunset Agenda. Brownback has hinted at continuation of the sales tax As Well As elimination of some popular tax deductions and credits. But Andersons comments May be the clearest indication yet that Brownback will use the allure of even lower income tax rates to justify continuing the sales tax. Kansas sales taxes Are slated to drop from 6.3 percent to 5.7 percent next july. Income tax reductions that go into effect Jan. 1 Are projected to create a $ 295 million per year shortfall and thatus assuming that All of the states reserves Are spent Down. Thatus Likely to Force significant budget cuts although Brownback has pledged to protect education and Public safety from cuts. The 0.6 cent sales tax could generate about $ 250 million per year if it is continued. That will be a Tough sell said newly elected Senate president Susan Wagle r Wichita. Clearly in order to make that happen the people of Kansas will have to see a personal Benefit. Wagle said she could support it conceptually. But she said she would need to see some numbers and a plan to know whether reducing individual income taxes by Rachae l Gray Gray a Telegram. Com b Allet enthusiasts and Community supporters have the Opportunity this weekend to see an International production put on by local Southwest kansans. Steps dance school will present the Nutcracker Friday saturday and sunday at Clifford Hope auditorium in Horace Good Middle school. The performances Are split into two casts. A cast will perform at 6 p. M. Friday and 1 p. M. Saturday. A cast will perform at 6 p. M. Saturday and 3 p. M. Sunday. Tickets Are $ 6 at the door. The performance is put on by Steps every other year. The Nutcracker is about a Young girl named Clara who receives a Nutcracker doll for Christmas. The Nutcracker and the other toys come to life in Claras dream that night and she enters their world. Sex Dpi worker sues Abc chef Over Pink slime governor backs sales tax More income tax cuts a Holiday classic Steps dance school to perform the Nutcracker see Nutcracker Page a5 see Brownback Page a5 world leaders condemn test push for consequences. Pyongyang North Korea a North Korea though struggling to feed its people is now one of the few countries to have successfully launched a satellite into space from its own soil. But leaders in Washington Seoul and Tokyo immediately pushed for consequences Over a rocket launch widely seen As a test that takes the country one step closer to being capable of lobbing nuclear bombs Over the Pacific. The surprising successful launch of a three stage rocket similar in design to a Model capable of carrying a nuclear tipped warhead As far As California raises the stakes in the International standoff Over North koreans expanding atomic Arsenal. As Pyongyang refines its technology its next step May be conducting its third nuclear test experts warn. The u. N. Security Council which has punished North Korea repeatedly for developing its nuclear program condemned wednesdays launch and said it will urgently consider an appropriate response. The White House called the launch a highly provocative act that threatens regional Security and even the norths most important ally China expressed regret. In Pyongyang however Pride Over the scientific advancement outweighed the fear of North Korea hails satellite launch see Dpi Page a5 see launch Page a5

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