seeks job in Colorado
Bethel School District Superintendent Steve Hull is one of four finalists for the same job with Weld County School District No. 6 in Greeley, Colo. The Weld County district posted the names of the finalists on its Web site Wednesday. Hull said he'll spend Feb. 10-12 in Greeley, where he'll be interviewed and introduced to the community.
Located about 50 miles north of Denver, the Weld County district serves about 17,500 students, about the same as the Eugene School District and three times as many as west Eugene's Bethel. The annual salary for the position begins at $140,000, a big jump from Hull's current pay of $104,000.
Hull, who has been in Bethel less than two years, announced last month that he was job hunting. He cited the bleak and uncertain financial situation for Oregon schools as the sole reason for his dissatisfaction. He will stay on the job at least through June 30, and possibly beyond. The Bethel School Board is awaiting word from him before it launches a search for either a permanent or temporary replacement.
Coquille man arrested
in Oakridge abuse case
OAKRIDGE - Police arrested a Coquille man who they say gave alcohol and drugs to a girl and then sexually abused her over a period of two years.
Jerrold Douglas Glover, 37, was arrested by Oakridge police Tuesday in Coquille after a two-month investigation and charged with first-degree sex abuse and sodomy, contributing to the sexual delinquency of a minor and delivery of a controlled substance to a juvenile.
Police say Glover gave alcohol, marijuana and cocaine to a girl who was 9 and 10 years old at the time, then abused her while she was under the influence.
Oakridge police tracked Glover to his Coquille home through a traffic ticket he received in Coos County. Coquille police helped apprehend Glover, who was transported to Oakridge, where he was interviewed and charged. He was scheduled to be taken to the Lane County Jail.
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|Publication:||The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)|
|Date:||Feb 3, 2005|
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