By Abdul Nawabi, Courier Staff Writer
, Courier Photo
Logan’s Varsity baseball team, undefeated in the Mission Valley Athletic League play last year, kept that string of league victories going on Wednesday, when Logan played against Newark Memorial, defeating them handily, 10-1. The Colts now have a record of 3-0 in the MVAL and 6-5 overall.
The Colts’ victory was lead by their versatile pitcher Alex Murillo. Murillo won player of the week due to his outstanding performance at the game.
Posted by courier at 02:23 PM. Filed under: Sports
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By Rick LaPlante, New Haven Schools Public Information Officer
Beth Davies Courier Photo
Beth Davies, a respected teacher, assistant principal and house principal during her nine-year career in the New Haven Unified School District, has been named principal of Hillview Crest Elementary School.
Ms. Davies, who served this year as a house principal at James Logan High School after three years as the assistant principal at Eastin Elementary School, will assume her new duties July 1. She will replace Brenda Lloyd, who requested a reassignment.
Posted by courier at 02:15 PM. Filed under: News
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All-Beef Hot Dog,
Milk, Baby Carrots, Fresh Fruit, Cookies, Fun Chips
Attention 11th & 12th Grade Latinas & Latinos: Raza Day at Ohlone College is April 27! Learn about college, financial aid & have fun. Get a reg packet from your English teacher or in the House 3/6 Office. Deadline Friday, April 6.
JUNIORS AND SENIORS! Attendance, missed in-house detention and suspensions place you on exclusion from activities, so be on your best behavior so you can participate in activities like prom & picnic!
Posted by courier at 11:17 AM. Filed under: Daily Bulletin
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By John Chau, Courier Managing Editor.
U.S. Army soldiers and an Iraqi National Police officer
patrol a market in Ghazaliya, Iraq, last Friday.
DoD photo by Sgt. Tierney Nowland, U.S. Army.
On Wednesday, Democrats in Congress stated that in order for President Bush to receive needed funding for the Iraqi conflict, he must accept the majority opposition’s proposed timetable for troop extraction. With $122 billion of funding in question, the president nonetheless holds firm to resist the Democrats’ withdrawal schedule, claiming in a White House excerpt that if troops went unfunded in Iraq, the American people would hold them responsible. The president also claimed that he will not negotiate with Congress, and will veto all withdrawal-related funding bills.
Why, may you ask, would beloved Dubya bite the hands of the policymakers that are offering him an end to this Iraqi war? Until recently, Bush’s approval rating in the nation has been in its abyss. In addition to the drastic drops in consumer confidence, a steady rash of protests and demonstrations have appeared across the nation, the displays showing even in localized, suburban high schools such as James Logan High School.
Posted by courier at 07:42 AM. Filed under: Opinion
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By Iona Childers, Courier Restaurant Editor
Photo by Elliot L. from Yelp.com Baldie's Cafe
2649 Decoto Rd
(between Clover St & Lilac St)
Union City, CA 94587
Struck with a sudden craving for pancakes, a few friends and I decided to try the Original Pancake House in Fremont after school. But when we arrived at the small restaurant, we were greeted with the word "CLOSED" in bold black letters (apparently the restaurant closes at 2 p.m.).
Unwilling to drive to the busy IHOP at Union City Landing, we all agreed on Baldie's Cafe since a few members of our group had never been there before. Luckily for us, Baldie's Cafe is open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Sunday, and from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.
Posted by courier at 07:29 AM. Filed under: Entertainment
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