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Terre Haute Tribune Star (Newspaper) - July 27, 2015, Terre Haute, Indiana M a b tribunes Star monday july 27, 2015 serving Terre haute and the Wabash Valley St of newsstand Kyle kisses Brick with Brickyard Busch wins 3rd race in a Row sports i Check Back for breaking news and Story updates throughout the Day getting ready for school ifs almost Here Tribune Star in Avetis getting set Rosedale elementary school fourth Grade teacher Kenna Haase prepares her room for the new school year. Classes begin aug. 6 for the Parke county school. By sue Loughlin Tribune Star on Friday. Jeremy and Alisa Mackey shopped for Back to school supplies for their three children who will be headed Back to school aug. 4 in South Vermil lion schools. This is the second year the District is using what is called a Quot modified balanced which has meant a Shorter summer break. The lackeys Don t mind the Early starting Date. A theres no reason for them to have the Long Jere my Mackey said. A i think it kind of gets them out of gear for school they really done to want to go Back and ifs harder for them to get Back into the Alisa agrees and believes the Shorter summer break a is better for she also likes the longer Breaks during the school year. They were interviewed at Wal Mart South in Terre haute. Like it or not Wabash Valley Stu dents and staff Are headed bade to school with several districts starting on various Days the week of aug. 3. Others will Start the following week including the Vigo county school corp where students return to classes aug. La teachers first Day is aug. To. Many districts continue to move toward a More a balanced w hich Means a Shorter summer but More or longer Breaks throughout the school year. In Indiana students must be in class 180 Days. Turn to school a5 specifics the South Wal Mart carries lists of items that certain teachers want their students to have for the first Day of school. The store has set aside a special Section for the Back to school shopper. Moves toward a balanced schedules bring summer break to Early close across Valley Staple More than before crayons have a multitude of offerings for the Back to school shopper. Colors sizes and shapes come in variety As Well As the dozens of different hues and shades. Planned expenses a variety of pre paid cards Are available for the off to College student in the House. They Are available along with the More traditional Back to school supplies. Dewey Point freshly paved Railhead lot awaits lines Crews Lay parking lot near Wab Ashiki area by Dianne Frances d. Powell Tribune Star work continues on a project to boost accessibility to the Wah Ashiki wildlife area West of the Wabash River an Effort to connect residents to this Community Gem. Construction Crews were at Dewey Point Railhead saturday to pave the parking lot the third component to he added to the site following the completion of a shelter and restrooms. The next Steps Are to paint the parking lot do some landscaping and erect signs at the site said Max Miller Hoard member of Wabash Valley Riv escape. The organization that devel oped the vision and spearheaded the project he said the area May officially Tribune sur Jiffy Avell smooth transition a Crew from Wabash Valley Asphalt paved the Dewey Point parking lot saturday. The lot serves As the North terminus for the Wab Ashiki Trail. Open sometime later this year after the landscaping work is completed. Located on National . 150 in West Terre haute the Dewey Point development is the product of a joint Effort Between various local groups. Miller said that on saturday. The paving of the parking lot was coordinated by the Indiana depart men of transportation Wabash Val Ley Asphalt co and members of local Union groups were on site to do the work turn to Dewey a3 National Grants helping us be better watchdogs it some prognostications of to years ago had come True newspapers would be dead by now. Or at least on their last legs. Yet newspapers in porn my cities All across America Are alive and Well. Powered by the unique work they do serving their legions of readers through print editions websites electronic Edi Lions magazines Mobile Sites and social Media components. 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