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behind the scenes at graduation - page 5 shields is swc mvp paae 6 amherst news-time r- x m i rn 33 to : 0) tj r h c " tn 2 a n in hr -p g 03 d wuil ro s mo on target? debate sparks over new comm t mayor says city could use big box tax cash, but neighbors don't want national retailer bac.r, w by jason hawk news-times reporter more money, problems? plan bring 286,000-squarc-foot target amherst's northern border just than mile from where similar proposition for wal-mart failed miserably shunt thousands into .coffers, nearby residents say they commercial giant perched their backyards. "if you look it, it sounds like lot of jobs. some people those types jobs aren't great, nowadays any arc good thing," said mark costilow, who heads council's building and lands committee. "not everybody can start out $60,000 year, wc always part-time too." "i'd rather have across street lorain, then we're still stuck with all traffic none benefits," david taylor. last tuesday, opponents william starbuck asked turned meeting rczoning 41 acres r-l planning com- residential c-2 mission, developer property. land question located along cooper foster park road west route 58, north east newly constructed premier toyota. much acreage currently covered soy bean field, portion area straddles lorain border. starbuck, representing tjco ltd. negotiated toyota deal council year previously stated that he wished build an upscale community adjoining land. may 9 letter commission, anchor shopping center store. 'tjco has been working several very respectable continued pago 3 erich frombach drafted eagles as ad looks avon wins again. school district biggest rival accolades both classroom sports field chalking up another victory after hiring away steele high athletic director associate principal frombach. "this was hard decision because this my first leading job coaching ob," frombach, kcu schools 13 years, spending his four administrator. nine years taught freshman sophomore social studies steele, served coach comets football, basketball, baseball teams. 15, hired lead teams director, day here will be june 30. resident avon, leaving closer family. children, three which are enrolled system. important work kids attend, told news-times. superintendent jim reitcnbach ecstatic acquire nearly gloating outlined plans athletics coming "we believe take our program next level," said. "certainly loss avon's gain. departing head stanley hughes, position retiring end ne journey gins class 2006 marches toward future tliis it. moment had waited course long years. every step led (o moment. textbook (est aisle stage, monday night 313 students graduated cleveland state university wolstcin school's 119th commencement ceremony. "sometimes try so capture these moments lives let thent pass by," valedictorian jordan tcmplcton. "there many experiences miss... there questions wilt left unanswered." thing keep mind, she said, while memories important, con define arc. "over i've what favorite part job. answer day," robert doynton. "it realize sense accomplishment... celebration 13-year com plctcd, mixed emotions known adventure anxiety unknown." footmarks history, receive special mention outstanding achievement. graduates, 52 finished honor gpas 3.5 higher. received $1 .7 million scholarships won 40 presidential awards academic excclfcnccttfnd boasted 30 senior members society. matt evans recognized top scholar county joint vocational culinary track, willi rivcrburg john wcnzel were perfect attendance during four-year careers. also inductees lall fame: bridget coughlin nick dcitz attaining score act reading subtest, austin mcggitt science brandon parent english subtest; jillian carroll awarded finishing one percent oi class, liredlcy akin percent, pericct verbal ot iai, named sulutatonan. valedictorian, tcmplcton honored her class. meaningful graduate sort. 1 education assistant wiersum retire month. hough declined address students, boynton read 2000. tuml. mm credit fraud ring thwarted firstmerit, police clockwise above: california latonya thomas, lynn lovette, sandra paul, nanette taylor, laruchia johnson. five indicted roaming identity theft scam suspects likely grand jury investigation, local police, thanks bankers tipped scheme involving cards. early month, plane arrived port columbus international airport carrying 34, oakland, fremont, 46, 27, johnson, 26, sacramento. though details sketchy, that's when gang began ranging down ohio's major highways, stopping banks way attempting withdraw cash illegitimate cards, detective dan jasinski. using stolen identities, would apply valid cards them apparently worked other states, well elyria ridgeville. accused thieves tried (lie same game firstmerit bank avenue , tellers ready waiting. 'they leumed two weeks before fake charge do medina area," lie manager melissa shorts media rep shclton each give account encounter, saying matter pending litigation, dis tinguishable bright red hair, dropped off black ford van rented airport. attempted card request rejected cashiers. employee tailed thomas speedway gas station leavitt road, officers troy donaldson lane confronted refueling. turn provided arizona drivers' licenses immediately rec 10
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2006-06-07|
|Date of Original||2006-06-07|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2006-06-07|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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