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More Bell City woesPosted Wednesday, August 22, 2007, at 8:27 PM
In light of the recent developments in the Bell City debacle I thought I'd see what your take on that whole mess (including last year's events) is.
The incident Niemczyk has been charged with stems back to what is obviously bad blood in the first place, however, there are just certain things you can't do. ESPECIALLY as a teacher AND on school property.
I'm not really sure who I agree with on this one, and as a reporter that's probably best. I can see where both Niemczyk and Finney are coming from in this situation.
Finney is concerned about the kind of influence people in charge of last year's events will have on his grand-children. I see where he's coming from.
On the other hand, Superintendent Niemczyk has been drug through the mud good and proper throughout this whole thing and regardless of fact, husbands don't like to hear their wives bad mouthed.
It's really just an ugly situation all around.
The full story will be posted Thursday morning.
What's your take?
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