News Briefs for Oct. 15

October 15, 2004

Store observes special day

General Nutrition Centers, Inc. will hold a "Denim Day" today, National Mammogram Day, at its store in Danville. Employees will be given the opportunity to wear jeans and a pink ribbon to work if they donate $5 to the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.

To encourage community involvement, customers who wear a pink ribbon to the store today will receive 10 percent off their purchase of a regularly priced product.

Liberty resident recognized

LIBERTY - W.C. "Curtis" Wethington has been proclaimed as a "Great Patriot and Good Friend in the Community" by the City Council.


Mayor Steve Sweeney read a framed document that will be presented to Wethington for his outstanding work in the community and serving in the Army during World War II and Korean War.

"He and his wife have been a wonderful part of the community," Sweeney said.


Marty Collier is principal of Burgin Independent School. Her first name was incorrect in a story Thursday about test scores, due to a reporter's error.

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