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gridders open at nordonia - page 8 police ask for information 14 amherst news-tim awhbhst publk 221 spring st e racal-sehodls rank third in county on report c by jason hawk news-times reporter some dragging test scores caused alarm, but the end schools had a card good enough to hang fridge. was near head of class last week when ohio department education released its annual assessment performance public classrooms. local school district gas prices mean delay ill-fated bridge plan j l 4 '. -don't shoot messenger there's another ingoing jackson street jilga. 'believe it or not. i "with increase oil and blacktop concrete steel, just blew lid right off this project. more than 10 percent over engineers' bids," said mayor david taylor following meeting thursday afternoon with representative; from engineering firm hntb. high arc "murder" bn construction matket, he said, pushing industry up roughly 16 percent. .according taylor, reconstruction will have be rcbid is highly unlikely that there sufficient funds current budget cover anticipated cost increases. approach city council request cash after elected body reconvenes summer hiatus sept. 5. new funding reallocated amherst's improvement tax, which maintained levy revenue. demolition old bridge, crosses norfolk & southern railroad tracks continued pago 5 earned rating 101.4 three-point 2003-2004 year. "we're really happy proud our results. fifth year row we've been rated as excellent," spokesman greg ring, who oversees curriculum testing policy. ranking ahead lorain were avon lake 105.1 , 102.4. determined 25 factors, including results achievement exams graduation test. tenth grade ogt, 90.7 students passed social studies section; 91.2 math section (up 68.9 three years ago), 973 reading 69.7 94.1 writing 86.2 ago). science remained around 88 mark. seventh grade, 803 eighth 1 passed. slight bump seen fourth test, among powers ' 63. t 78.7 81.9 88.8 73.7 says standardized grades across state improving steadily since 1999. catching fall sports fever making lady comets' second goal day wednesday christina sabbareso, whoso log looked strong season's injury. proviows tho season, see 8. " cops: take precautions hiring contractors an accused "fly-by-night" contractor prompting officers issue stem "buyer beware" warning. recent weeks, detectives investigating complaints apple orchard residents involving possible theft $2,000. aug. 3, n. izmiicrdo, 37, golden russctt dnvc, arrested took $200 neighborhood resident power wash house paint window trim. unit's they claim disappeared. currently under investigation similar incidents homeowners paid up-front services allegedly never received: two 9 payments $500 $700, 13 payment $650. "he's scamming these people, taking their money," dct. sgt. dan jasinski. "these tough cases solve, because you show exactly what contract was... point don't pay until job done." solicit door risky hire, captain dennis scger. "you careful. if someone starts work stopped it's very dangerous," said. "it's gray area civil lack no easy walk park .i even thousands kids heading foot each morning starting tomorrow, staying safe elementary, about half 4,300 weekday, are worrying situation's safety implications. "this does create problems, much past busing so many school," officer john dalog, charged keeping during academic "a lot times cross crosswalks, causes issue. then young drivers, parents late hurry, lots people officials expect 2,200 tomorrow. mm safe. follow simple back-to-school traffic rulos: walking, stay side road facing traffic. bus stops, stand lino least feet back curb. bikers should standard driving rulos use turn signals. commuters set aside extra time make trips first weeks school. avoid parking drop-off zones walking children into drive speed limit come complete stops all stop signs. tie dogs other pets problems pedestrians. do not uso cell phones while driving. die-hards howl brownies despite injuries preseason gaffs browns backer rich kapalin gets attention ziggy's patrons friday's game against detroit lions. way too early give up. sure, having year, season isn't underway. one group die-hard fans refusing team. "part luck. lucky," don dombrosky, president chapter cleveland backers club. "now we look luck." hav ing far; already ore 115 members go before official kick-off orleans saints 10. tha group's ranks swelled headquarters has grown larger. time, meet bar avenue, expanded dining adjacent storefront spring. any true fan can join club stopping game.the fee $20, includes food drinks events throughout season. also commentary experts kapalin, swilley, pick apart team's prospects 2006 "i'm expecting great tilings every stuff hits few games everything haywire," kapalin. "i think guys win i'm .jubilant receiving corps. matter whether they're used way." agree burden kind success rest shoulders defensive line. 'the offense might move chains, me protection. sec 13-10 being won defense year," dombrosky that's doing coach romeo crennel. whose coordinating led england patriots super bowl wins 2001, 2003. 2004.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2006-08-23|
|Date of Original||2006-08-23|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2006-08-23|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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