Center Republican

As babies grow older and change their habits from the adorable child who wants a bedtime story every night to the teenager staying out late and listening to loud music, the parents sometimes change their habits too.

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Stanton – There were about 100 people at the Stanton Civic Center Oct. 17 to discuss plans to turn the its former school into a hotel, and almost every hand went up in favor of the project.

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The school will begin paying certain teachers a large lump sum in the near future. But only to those that meet the requirements.

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Although advocates work diligently to keep awareness up all year long, October is the designated month to remind people about the dangers of domestic violence.

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The Wildcats were swept in two region games last week. The first game was a road game against Washburn in District 9 play. The second game was a loss to New Salem-Almont in a possible Region 5 tournament preview game.

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October 11, 2012

Where is this white stuff?

While some parts of the state got an early Christmas present, others got passed over by the white stuff that seemed to be absent last year.

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Dusty, dry days appear to have vanished since the rains came to the state. Oliver County is no longer in a burn ban, thanks to the rain that settled into the ground last week.

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Like any backup plan, all the regulations need to be visited consistently to decide if a change must be made. The city examined a few ordinances Monday night at the Center City Council meeting that affect citizens on various levels.

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An area medical outreach coordinator is aiming to do his part in a nationwide initiative to help teach private medical practitioners the current needs related to the health of service members.

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Nicole Albers has been coaching competitive dance at the Center-Stanton Public School for eight years. As the school’s population has fluctuated, so has her dance team. Last season she started with five girls and went down to three but didn’t compete at state. So she and her team were concerned when the school board meeting’s agenda seemed to indicate that the club might be cut.

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