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Terre Haute Tribune Star (Newspaper) - March 28, 2015, Terre Haute, Indiana coach plans to keep final loss in mind sports i by m 1 Lri Dune a Check Back for breaking news and Story updates throughout the Day saturday March 28. 2015staving Turre haute and the Wabash Valley is of newsstand Vigo feels Mcaa concerns Over a religious Freedom Bill officials worry about the county a future role in National collegiate Cross country meets by sue Loughlin Tribune Star John Mcnichols and Dave Patterson have both worked tirelessly to bring Mcaa Cross country National championships to Terre haute and they Are concerned about potential fallout from the religious Freedom restoration act the Mcaa has strongly expressed its disapproval of the so called a religious Freedom and signed into Law by gov. Mike Pence on thursday. Many people Are concerned the measure could allow businesses to turn away Gay and Les Bian customers in the name of a religious Quot we Are esp Dally concerned about How this legislation could offed our student athletes and employees a Mcaa president Mark Emmert said in a statement to Tours Day afternoon. He said the Mcaa will a work diligently Quot to ensure competitors and visitors at next weeks final four Are not a negatively impeded by this Emmert also said the organization which is based in India inside Napolis will a dose by examine the implications of this Bill and How it might offed future events As Well As our work the state ment also says a the Mcaa National office and our members Are deeply committed to providing an inclusive a voices from Indianapolis to the White House to George Takei of a Star trek Quot denounce the religious Freedom restoration and a4 review of fatal february shooting action justified Tribune Star file photo Joseph c. Garza making notes Terre haute police department officer James Ribolla takes notes at the scene of a shooting that happened after a car Chase which ended East of the inters Edion of 25th and Poplar streets on feb. 25. Alexander Long was shot and killed by a Terre haute police officer during the incident. Prosecutor deems officer acted in a self defense or defense of another by sue Loughlin Tribune Star Vigo county prosecutor Terry Modesitt says he will not pursue charges in a police Adion shooting that occurred feb. 25 on Terre Hautess East Side. Alexander Phillip Long wanted on a felony warrant died in the shooting. The shooting was justified under Indiana Law Modesitt told Media at a news conference Friday morning. Long was shot by Terre haute police department officer Kurt Brinegar after Long a car was stopped East of 25th and Poplar streets following a Multi car police Chase. Long was wanted on a newly issued warrant for charges of rape criminal confinement and Domestic Battery. Turn to review a3 the details Terre haute police chief John Plasse second from left listens As officers explain what happened after a police involved shooting near the Corner of 25th and pop Lar streets on feb. 25. Tribune Star file photo to Eph c. Garza girl scout gave Sweet Surprise to veterans by Dianne Frances d. Powell Tribune Star a Little girl performed her own version of military service on Friday. One Box of cookies at a time. Shelby Mcmillen a member of girl scout troop 3397 in Sulli an stood behind a set of Ables stacks of girl scout cookie boxes in front of her and with a Sweet smile gave away free girl scout cookies to Active service members veterans of the military and their families. Hie tables decorated with stuffed bears in military uniforms balloons in patriotic colors and a big sign saying a thank you for your service a were set in the lobby of the Wabash Valley veterans ser vices which is a Community Agency of United cerebral palsy of the Wabash Valley at 1400 Hulman St. Giving away the free girl scout cookies was the Serviceman a daughters Way of giving bad to veterans. Her father an army Man who has previously been deployed to Iraq was very much an inspiration such thai the first words that came to Shelby a mind when asked Why she decided to do the cookie Giveaway were a i love my turn to scout a3 environment for All our events a Usa today sports writer has written a column suggesting Mcaa should pull future collegiate tournaments out of Indiana. While its too late for the final four a the Mcaa can and should Tell Indiana lawmakers that their prejudice and mean spirited Ness has Cost the state the privilege of hosting any other collegiate sporting events Nancy Armour wrote in Usa today sports. Turn to Bui a4 ramping up for Road repairs ingot urges Safe driving ahead of construction season by Howard Greninger Tribune Stah Road construction season starts soon and the Indiana department of transportation spent the past week promoting work zone awareness and safety a last year to motorists were killed in construction zones and More than too people were injured. Safety is important and one life lost is too Many anywhere especially in a work zone a said Debbie Calder in Dot spokeswoman who on Friday stopped by the Clear Creek Welcome Center off of interstate 70, about i mile East of the Illinois Border. In Dot was distributing work zone safety awareness pamphlets and Indiana Road maps to motorists visiting the rest Stop. Construction season starts in april and that often Means much slower Speed limits and possibly longer travel times she said. A you dread it but Road construction is an evil necessity a said Don Bickford of Colum bus. Ohio. Bickford stopped at the Clear Creek rest Stop Friday on his Way Back to Ohio. Turn to roads a5 More than cookies Shelby Mcmillen an 8-year-old from Farmersburg handed out 275 free boxes of cookies to local veterans Friday afternoon at Wabash Valley veterans services in Terre haute. Shelby s father serves in the . Army and has for 20 years. Shelby wanted to give something Back. 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