“The work we’ve done this year was designed to build public trust and to build tax payer confidence in Huntsville City Schools,” said Dr. Wardynski. “We think we can do excellent work with the resources we have; however, the reduction of the 6 1/2 mil would be about a 7 percent hit to our general fund and that would impact the classrooms.
After Sudan split into two countries in 2011, giving birth to South Sudan, war threatened to derail the country and China supply of oil. After all, 75 percent of the countries oil production takes place in landlocked South Sudan, but all ports that could bring that oil to market are north of the border. China was forced to step in to try to mediate the conflict between the two countries.
Junior Seau: Playing through painplayJunior Seau: The Life and Death of a Football Icon (13:11)Jim Trotter and former Patriots teammate Tedy Bruschi join SportsCenter to reflect on the life of 12 time Pro Bowler Junior Seau.On March 2, 2012, NFL officials accused the New Orleans Saints of running a program that paid illegal bonuses to their players for injuring or knocking opponents from games. The allegation shook the league to its core. It already was on its heels from being sued for allegedly hiding the long term dangers of concussions from players, so the notion that Saints coaches and management were directing and sanctioning a “bounty” program that paid out $1,500 for a “knockout” hit and $1,000 for a “cart off” hit was both a PR nightmare and a potential legal land mine particularly at a time when Commissioner Roger Goodell was pushing for increased enforcement of player safety rules.Editor’s PicksBuy JUNIOR SEAU: The Life and Death of a Football IconJim Trotter’s book on legendary linebacker Junior Seau is now available.
He was tough to beat when playing SSDM, matching feet and chucking his man with some hard checks using his strength. Cheek scored in transition and driving down the lane a couple times. A right handed player, he was workmanlike and seemed to run just about every shift.
The story begins in a drab corner of Kansas, where Dorothy is swept away by a tornado into the colorful land of Oz. She meets the Scarecrow, who thinks he needs some brains; Tin Man, who wants a warm heart; and Lion, who thinks he is a coward, and they begin their journey to Oz in search of the Wizard who can help them. Though Dorothy does want to go back home, she isn’t so much homesick as she is curious about friendships, loyalty and self regard..