“He took this program to the highest level,” Pelini said. “If anything, he’s going to be sick and tired of hearing from me. I’m going to wear him out as far as using his expertise and his experience here. “For us the litigation is something that just has to be dealt with,” Stern said. “It was not the reason for the settlement. The reason for the settlement was we’ve got fans, we’ve got players who would like to play and we’ve got others who are dependent on us.
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Tuesday, Dec. (Southwest Elementary, 4372 Southwest School Road, High Point) Students at elementary schools throughout Guilford County will discover how they can protect the environment through the “Magic of Recycling.” Guilford County Planning and Development, Environmental Services Division, is sponsoring the inventive assemblies all week at different GCS schools. The assemblies will entertain students with a fun magic show and teach them how to care for the environment by reducing, reusing and recycling..