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Posted: Tuesday, October 18, 2005 12:00 am

LOGAN — During Meet the Candidates Night on Wednesday, the argument over whether intelligent design or creationism should be taught in schools was split down the middle among those running for three available school board seats.

Challenger Dan Stohs said strictly science should be taught in schools. Incumbent Susan Rinehart agreed. Incumbents Cathye Flory and Ed Penrod sided differently and thought children should be taught the various theories and decide for themselves what is right for them.

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