Who: Liberty University Alumni Association
What: Is planning the spring festival
Where: on football field
Why: to raise money for library
How: through pledges
The Liberty University Alumni Association has begun making preparations for the spring festival which will be held in April to help raise money for the school’s Jerry Fallwell library.
Whether the baseball team makes it into the playoffs or not will determine the exact date of the festival. Games and contests will be held on the football field and will be a barbeque lunch and exhibition baseball game for festival goers.
Who: Wilbur Straking
What: is leading a group
Where: State capital
Why: because a biology class is teaching evolution
How: By Laura- associate biology professor
Wilbur Straking, pastor of Ever-faithful Church of the Living Water,
A local pastor plans to lead a group of people to the state capital Monday to speak with legislators about the outrage over Liberty University allowing evolution to be taught in its biology class.
“I plan to lead a group of 25 Christians dedicated to the state capital next Monday to speak with legislators about this problem.” Wilbur Straking said. “We believe the teaching of evolution is against the principles of this Christian country, and we want to put a stop to it.”
Neither the professor of the class, Laura Cliff, nor the University President would comment on the group’s charges.
Who: injured citizen Ellie Maston
What: filed a suit
When: at noon
Where: circuit court
Why: because she was injured
How: by slipping in green beans
A shopper injured in Amburn’s Produce Market filed a suit, at circuit court, Tuesday, for $100,000, claiming that because of a can of green beans being left out she fell and broke her hip.
Amburn’s Produce Market is currently being charged with negligence. The initial accident occurred in April.
Who: Company and Union
What: have reached agreement
Why: to save jobs and money and prevent rioting
How: reaching an agreement
The strike set for midnight has been called off after the announcement that Ambrose Steel Company and United Steelworkers local 923 have reached a collective bargaining agreement saving production and nearly 500 steelworker’s jobs.
Clyde Parris, the president of Ambrose Steel Company, has alluded to a “substantial wage agreement”. However, the exact terms of the agreement will be announced Wednesday night at a union meeting.