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myspace raises questions - page 2 police almost at full strength paae 14 ru 3 cn "o xi 55 c 5 tp zr g l-h n h r ' xl x 33 s3 amherst news-timi r- i drag -topics both help and hurt school bi j dimacchia apologizes for prescription arrest after parent denouncement by paul m0rt6n associate editor . prodded a resident chiding him lack of character, board member nick apologized monday night any embarrassment he might have caused drug conviction earlier .this year. ; john bridges addressed the kchool board, saying had officials push quarry project despite quiet from british developers jason hawk news-times reporter sure, they wanted free rulers, pens, pamphlets, other great swag when walked through rows booths. uut what people really community development workers stationed under shade tent last week's lorain county fair were some answers about cleveland quarries. in throngs, fair-goers crowded past large poster displays showing basic layout proposed $1.25 billion project, but given few as to or even if resort would ever be realized. britain-based organizers been silent months, could not reached confirm deny recent rumors regarding their luxury that straddles borders south amherst, brownhclm township, township. "i don't think there is problem. deal-breaker. this just huge things size take time," said head ron twining, responding has died. commissioners arc moving ahead steam, voting ihursday conduct traffic study along route 58, continued on 6 moved district because sensed character his old district, which did name. actions an unnamed reported local newspapers, including news-times, indicated character. "character issue member, each every one you," said. expect, suppose rest docs too, yourself come first. hope pray child doesn't up us say it's ok do something it." want name was interested "hanging out dry." returned scat, question, apologized. "all can offer you, community, my fellow members, well clcarvicw friends family, most sincere apology unfortunate incident 7 will lighten budget ,0 switching health insurance firms morton contract concessions agreed year two unions representing employees save schools more than originally thought switches carriers friday. monday's meeting, superintendent robert boynton announced $630,000 leaving its current consortium going with medical mutual. change renegotiated union contracts year, thinking pago 12 kids teachers heat first day jitters students brittney seronarl, valeria facemlro, adam altabbaa. seniors aim graduation while freshmen try get feet wet freshman valeric faccmire still remembers her preschool, mother into classroom. soon teacher's attention diverted, she bolted door. tilings changed dozen so years, nervousness remained faccmire, 14, tried navigate way around steele high thursday, summer break came u crashing halt. "it's pretty big place hard finding around," watching kick 17-year-old senior sercnari. kind funny. know they're doing stand middle hall trying figure where going," like many seniors, sercnari's aimed entirely commencement. preschoolers kindergartners first-ever became beginning end. fourth graders moriah ballard miranda mllncok giddy sprint halls harris elementary dismissal time. classes are back swing week opening doors aug. 24. runaway added national missing list miller seen july 30; also focus 2004 alert alexandria classified habitual runaway, jackson street girl fbi's registry exploited children week. miller, student, since 30, according detective alex molnar. juvenile's database molnar received call owlce ohio attorney general jim petro, monitors investigations across state. currently listed endangered petro clearinghouse www.mcc.ag.state.oh.us. blue eyes, brown hair, sometimes wears glasses, five feet, six inches tall weighs 120 pounds, father lives kentucky, destination, said, though found elyria march time disappeared. "last running elyria," confirmed. during search, miller's dental records 30 days. it wasn't ran away, say, "she long history us," lt. joseph kucirek police, citing nine reports filed 2004, march, july, october 2005. april 2006 cited involvement burglary. 2002, charged juvenile counts unruliness, domestic violence, theft, underage consumption, abuse, paraphernalia, assault, vandalism. subject barrett sells ideals high-stakes bid 58th he's selling com dogs, fruit smoothies, cheese stick, face painting, cheap two-karat jewelry. city councilman matt thousands who flocked ideals, "help state," told fairgoers passing democrats tent. barrett's row 25-day tour blitz included seneca county, attica, huron fairs. "a lot didn't state rep was, now coming me here looking change. that's climate all over ohio," taking shaking hands. barrett, democrat, house representatives seat filled republican kathy walcher. 16 years house, walcher chose mn another term. nov. 7, challenger dan white norwalk, defeated bnisky party primaries may. fair, putting white's business record square crosshairs, criticizing exportation jobs norwalk-based company, geotrack, india. result among lowest 10 percent counties job creation retention, "jobs opponent cause directly. that, guy. we talk often beer together st. patrick's day," campaign focuses speaks young, prospective voters promoting representatives.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2006-08-30|
|Date of Original||2006-08-30|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2006-08-30|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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