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Leading Off (1/19/11)

By Krista Nightengale |

Another Article About Parkland and UT Southwestern in the Morning News. Today’s version of the Morning News vs. Parkland brings us a story of new officials stating they want answers to the recent articles about Parkland and UT Southwestern. It’s basically a he said/she said account with everyone vowing to do better.

Layoffs at Plano ISD Are Approved. And, according to the board president, this round of cuts is just the beginning. While this round focuses mainly on administrative and clerical staff, it looks like the next will include teachers and coaches. I was hoping we wouldn’t need that “hold on to your effin hat” tag anymore.

The Super Bowl Is Coming! The Super Bowl Is Coming! And people are renting out homes. Hotels are ready for the incoming visitors. For $200 (bought in a package of four), club-seat season ticket holders can buy a pass to the plaza. And Sundance Square is ready for her closeup.

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