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PRESS-NEWS JOURNAL, CANTON, MO. AUGUST31, 2006 - PAGE 2 (Continued from page 1) " l ,r! :~ ~ . :, PN'~ P~hP~;) by 0an SteJnbqck OUT WITH THE OLD - Two workers take down old light fixtures by the Highland football field Fddey, August 25. , They were replaced with a more efficient lighting system. The replacement project was scheduled to be done this Week. ementary in motion. "We had hoped he could be there for the October 1 dedica- tion." For the dedication, Graver Gamin is scheduled to be the keynote speaker. New for the district also means some improvements. ~After 35 years, with the help of the Booster Club, we'll have new football lights. They are already being installed. We're also revamping the High- land High Office area, with the help of our Industrial Technol- ogy instructor Scott Miller. We have all new locks on the class- room doors, and new carpet in the business office. "We're soliciting bids for additional science classes and a central office to get rid of the trailers at Highland (High)." The Central Office, for now, will remain m the Ewing Ele- mentary School building. "This is the first year, we'll not be in the building with the kids. That will be very differ- ent." There are a num- ber of new faces employed by the district this year. These include Jamie Bowles, first grade; Heather Meats, Speech implementer; Megan Carmody, A new booklet published by Attorney General Jay Nixon contains the latest changes to Missouri's open meetings and records law, also known as the Sunshine Law. The books, are available at no charge to state and local offi. cials, members of the media, and the general public. Copies of the booklet can be ordered through the Attorney General's Web site Welcome rain helps crops, cools temps Jennifer Pegler PNJ Staff Reporter ", Highland High School Eootball field recently had dew lights installed. ' The former lights were first installed in 1972. This is the first major replace- n~ent of the entire lighting s~rstem. One light pole was replaced a few years ago. .' With less lights, the new l ghting system is brighter. The four poles each have tbn fixtures, and are place Sample Canton September 21 I or C-S students on 90-foot poles. (Some of the pole is placed into the ground). Installing the lights was a joint effort from several business and construction workers. Among the work- ers are Lewis County Rural Electric Association, North East Power and Lights, Cre- sent electric of Quincy, Sell- enrick Construction of Lew- istown, Wiskirchen Electric The project took several days to complete. The fans of the Highland Cougars will see the results of the hard work at the first home football game of the season, on Friday, September 1. Thirsty crops and grass got a drink. Lewis County saw a weekend with over two inches of rain. Lock 20 in Canton re- ported 2.88 inches between Saturday and Tuesday, with the bulk of it - 2.51 report- ed for the Monday morning reading. Farm Service Agency in Monticello reported an inch and a half over the week- end. During that time, de- spite much rain, the week- end temperatures were in the 80s and 90s and humid- ity was high. However, Monday night temperatures dropped with the low in the fall-like mid 60s and Tuesday's high was in the upper 70s. Press-News Journal To introduce Culver- ~tockton College students ~the resources in the com- ~unityi the college and the Periodicals Postage paid at Canton, Mo. 63435 ~anton Chamber of Com- Pos~astvr. Send address changcs to the :~erce will co-host ~"Sample ~-~s-News Journal, 110 North Fourth Street, P.O. Box 227, (~anton, from 11 a.m. to 1 c~nmn,~ssounem3s ~.m on Thurs-day, Sept.2L ~ i ~ , ~ The: tenth annual bust, The Canton Press, Estab~isl~d 1862 Advertising Representative iess and organization The Canton News, Established 1879 MISSOUR]'PRESS SERVICE, INC Consolidated Nov. 22, 1928 The Canton Record, Established 1929 ~ir will be held in Gladys Columbia, Me. ~r~()wn Student Center lob- ConsolldatcdJan. 1, 1941 :~:,~i :: and the adjoining Mead- The Lewis County Journal Established 1879 4 ~ L,~rs Lounge. The Lewistown News, Consoidated March 1, ~.~i~.~/t ~-rl~.~it ~lllt~;~ |UlII~ ~, Jl~ ~] ~ 1954 ~~~ ~ .~ ~/ :, All local businesses, or-TheC ntonP ss-News.TheLcwisCo. Journa anizations and churches ConsofidatedJan 1, 1973 ~ ~o - ~ Published every Thursday by Amerieanton Enterprises, Inc. ll0 North 4th Street - P.O. Box 227 Canton, Missouri 63435 Phone: 5"73-288-56(~ * Fax: 573-28~-0000 www.lmjnewsvan.vom E-mail: NATIONAL NEWSPAPER ASSOCIATION ~re invited to participate. ) pproximately 300 students RATE SCHEDULE :are expected to attend. Subscriptions ~.: There is no cost to par- ~cipate, and businesses and [. Lewis, Knox, Marion, Shelbyand ~irganizations are en-cour- :~ark Counties, One year. $25.00 .~ged to distribute lit-era- Sixmonth $15.00 :Jsewhere in Missouri and all other states iture and/or gaveaways dur- '~g the event. Tables and Oneyear $e7.00 Six month $18.50 .~hairs are provided for par- eipating businesses and lrganizations. ,' To reserve a,booth at ~'Sample Canton, contact @ulver-Stockton s Com-mu- ication Office at (573) 288- ~333 by Thursday, Sept. 21. It ADVERTISING Display Advertising, Column inch $3.50 Classified Advertising, Per word 20 Minimum, 10 words $2.00 Display Classified Column inch $3.75 Card of Thanks, minimum $3.00 Poetry, per word 20 Staff Dan Steinbeck, Managing Editor * Jennifer Pegler, Business Manager * Vickie Stiffey * Marilyn Hales * Karin Althoff * Rita Cox * Hazel Wolfmeyer, LaGrange * Wanda Williams, Monticello * Cindy Clickner, Lewistown * Beulah Jones, Maywood * Wendy May, Ewing * Miilie Bringer, Canton ff year Helping hands elementary music; Jason Jones. fifth grade: and Rose Korte high school physical education teach- er. Also new this year are Vic- toria McEvoy, Spanish: Jeff Oenning, PEAKS teacher; Clyde Rosehcrans, elementary physical education Harriet Cary, high e PNJ Photo by Dan Steinbeck Many people have helped move from Ewing to Highland Elementary. Pictured above Tuesday morning, Auguat 29, from left are E,H. Smith, Jonathan Dehner, Harold Dehner, Nolan Leach, and Kevin Catron. school cook: Dewayne Larenson, bus driver: Terry Wrightl para- professional: and Lynn Hogge, paraprofessional. Still other new faces are Rob Miller. computer techni- cian: Heather CottreU. Parents as Teachers: Anna Mosley, para- professional: Susan Moore. high school secretary; Patty Uhlmey- er.r secretary to the superinten- dent and to the board; and Can- dy Carter. reading instructor. "I want to encourage, what- ever the district, put safety first. When buses stop, everyone else should stop. Watch out for the little, little people." Ebeling said. at or by calling the Attorney General's office at 1-800-392-8222. Since the printing of the last Sunshine Law booklet in 2004, the General Assembly passed a new law in 2006 regarding access by crime victims to cer- tain records; Nixon has issued a formal Attorney General's opinion regarding task forces appointed by school district superintendents; anff Mt~6~ri appeals "court~ have iS's~ied sev- eral rulings that interpret the Sunshine Law. "Missouri's Sunshine Law continues to be an important tool to ensure open govern- ment," Nixon said. "Information and education are vital, both for government officials and for citi- zens. This updated booklet can help both groups know exactly what the law says." The 80-page booklet also provides a summary of the law; for government officials to use in posting meetings and for citi- zens or members of the media to request records. The new statutory change was passed as part of House Bill 1053 and is contained in 610.105. It provides a victim, or the par- ents or guardians of the victim, can obtain certain records in sex offense cases where the defen- answers to frequently asked dqn~p, lezdad4~)flty or-.w, as found ,rl .q.-, ? ~- ,~ questions; a list ~:~ad~ft~i- rffai!t~,~aA r~ed~a s}aspar[ded sions and Attorney General'simposition of sentence to use opinions interpreting the Sun- those records in a separate judi- shine Law; and sample forms cialproceeding. F RE N Order bird at these GREAT Oi nre-season Dr ces ano DICK UD your I Dl'~;~ i ~i ~I ~}lr~) order in November! Order $.100 or ~i ~ ~ ~'l ~ more at sale price and receive a ~ ~~:il~: I~i coupon for $20 OFF any regular . priced bird feeder in stock! i:: Order $50-$99 99 at sale price and receive a COUPOn oood for $8 OFF any regular priced bird feeder in stock! y September 24, 2006! 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