Hays Daily News in Hays, Kansas
13 Dec 2012

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13 Dec 2012

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Hays Daily News (Newspaper) - December 13, 2012, Hays, Kansas Voice of the High Plain thursday dec. 13, 2012 to know Weskan native in grammy nominated group by Mike Corn they might have snubbed Jastin Bieber but the grammy nominations certainly did no to pass Over the band whose Bass guitarist hails from Western Kansas. In fact the band fun. A Complete with a period at the end of the name a picked up six grammy nominations in essentially All of the main categories including Best new artist and both record and song of the year for the hugely popular song a we Are Weskan native Nate Harold is the Bass guitarist and proud parents de and Cindy Harold have been beaming like a Beacon shining from the highest Point in Kansas. The harolds do in fact Hail from the states highest Point mount Sunflower Northwest of Weskan and a Strong stones throw from the Colorado Border. Tit at a where Nate Hardd has his roots in music an exuberant Fol Harold said. A a he a pretty much self taught red Harold said. A this Mother is a musician. His dad can to hardly play the see Bunmy a Weskan native Nate Harold plays the Bass guitar for the the grammy nominated band fun. Shane Timm Courtesy photo rough Start the top girls Lex it a to snap a losing Streak. Prebi fiscal fight no booking As fiscal Cliff talks appear stalled. Pmea7 Chelsy Lueth a Hays daily news Erin Pfeifer Hays holds her Newborn son Brantley James while her 4-year-old daughter Grade pats her baby brother wednesday at Hays medical Center. Brantley James was the first baby born at hayseed on 12-12-12. A Hirt Date to remember of in the air North koreans Hail rocket launch u.s., others condemn. Pm is by Diane Gasper of Brien it does no to take Gracie Mcdonald Long to Tell visitors her baby brother a name. A Brantley James a 4-year-old Gracie said matter of factly evening As the Newborn Lay in his mothers barely 12 hours old. As she grows older that number 12 will be something Gracie surely remembers too. Brantley was the first baby born wed at Hays medical Center. Coming into the word two Days before his due Date gave Brantley the of having a 12-12-12 Hirt Date. Jeff and Erin Pfeifer said they Hadnot re Illy thought of the significance of the Date because they weren to due until Friday. But when pm no a water broke at approximately 1 10 . Wednesday she said she looked at her husband and said a what Day is it of my gosh its 12-12.�?� its the last time for nearly 1 x years a Sarne number sequence will be possible Jan. 1, 2101, will be the next. Fhe Pfeifer said they were hearing All kinds of stories Well Nestray about x Ople getting married on that Date and expectant mothers even being induced so their baby could have 12-12-12 As his or her bin Date. That Date Wasny to that big of a de in to the Pfeifer. Until wednesday. None of Brantley svit a statistics Atid up to 12. He was born at38 ., weighed 7 f , g ounces and was 19.7.5 inches Long. No matter 12 now is the family a new favorite number. ,a6 Hon Solute Kalb optimistic about efficiency task Force recommendations Alan Finch. / Alan Finch Hays Contact it Phona 788 �2�-1081 or 800 657-6017 fax 785 6284186 6 Quot 65356 00075 "5 volum 83, Wue 29 2 sections 16 pages756 by Michael strand special to the Hays daily news while a Force on education Ellic ency commissioned by gov. Sam Brown Back has yet to write its final report it appears the groups conclusions will have a fair amount of overlap with the recommendations of More Traditi omd supporters of Public education. Rise task Force had its Miu meeting monday in Topeka and Mark i Allman associate executive director of the Kansas association of school boards was there taking notes. A a i hey did not make any specific recommendations that we would opt ,�?� fall Man said tuesday. However he noted on numerous issues the governors task Force will recommend further study and Kalb might want its own Pandell task Force to react to other specifics As they come out. A i think we were opt rustic Early on a Tallman said. A efficiency is one of those things everyone is for until you Start defining it. We Felt that if the committee understood districts Are already looking at ways to become More efficient and that in where it does no to look like it its often because of state and Federal Laws they a see we did no to need a very heavy handed action by the state. Even before its first meeting the task Force came under fire from groups such As the Kansas National education association for its makeup which was heavy on accountants from the private sector and lid no to include any educators or school employees. In response Brownback appointed Brian Pekarek former superintendent of the Clifton Clyde school District in North cent nil Kansas and now superintendent in Lola. Peart k said he Hall some concerns at the beginning but Overall is pleased with what the task Force came up with. �?o1 feel pretty Good a he said. A i was pleased at the progression of the committee. I had a lot of reservations about where we were going and what we were doing. My was i would have to i construct a lot of this for them and explain How school budgeting is different than business budgeting and that just cutting costs Isnit the answer but they were in Ady among the Broad recommendations coming out of the governors task fierce were a move to a two year budget Cycle for schools allowing districts to plan their up ibid ing further into the future. 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