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Thursday, March 10, 2005

From the High School Free Speech Front:

"If they feel an article isn't appropriate, they will pull it -- or ask the student to make changes to it. They said that isn't censorship. They said they're just approving or not approving what goes in. What's your definition of censorship?"

--Hawley Kunz, co-editor of the Warrior News, Weber High School, Pleasant View, Utah. The principal ordered prior review of the monthly newspaper after an editorial critical of the condition of the school's running track. (3/8/05)

Preliminary hearing for Duhadway set for March 18

By Jeremy Wilkins

February 25, 2005 | LOGAN -- Carl Fletcher Duhadway, 19, of Logan, appeared before 1st District Judge Gordon J. Low Thursday afternoon and was scheduled for a preliminary hearing at 10 a.m. March 18.

Duhadway, along with Brandon Carlisle, 18, of Logan and Jake Loosle, 18, Providence, was arrested Feb.16 in connection with 14 burglaries in the last nine months. It is believed that the three are associated with the burglaries at River Heights Elementary School, Mount Logan Middle School, Logan High School, Utah State University, a Logan snowboard shop and movie theaters. Burglaries are said to have taken place in Logan, North Logan, Providence, Tremonton and Brigham City.

Donald G. Linton, the prosecutor, asked for some time before a preliminary hearing date in order to get all of his charges sorted out as new information is being made available daily. He said there are "a lot of charges," and "a lot of different dates," and Box Elder County officials plan to file more charges against Duhadway on Thursday.

The burglaries have amounted to more than $17,000 worth of stolen property and it is believed by investigators that drugs are not connected, but that the motivation was greed.

More than 20 felony and misdemeanor charges of burglary, theft and possession of burglary tools are credited to Duhadway.


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