Friday, December 10, 2004
A Weekly View- Compelling articles from weekly papers around the state
Remember those kids that took a perscription drug before a football game earlier this fall? As part of the punishment, the players involved were instructed to “do an educational project related to the incident.” “They also met with a family whose son was an All-American soccer player at Pepperdine, who tried to commit suicide after using the drug,” Smith said. “It had an impact on the kids.”' Grand Canyon Traffic plan is going forward The transportation plan, which Congress directed the park to develop in 2000, contains six transit alternatives – three based on a shuttle bus system, two light rail options and an option introduced last year by Grand Canyon Railway. Bureau of Reclamation plans office in city (of Glendale) The bureau, which is the largest wholesale water supplier and the second largest producer of hydroelectric power in the U.S., is in the early stages of constructing a $4.5 million, 30,000 square-foot, two-story office building at 61st Avenue and Thunderbird Road.