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vietnam memorial delayed - page 6 grant renews dowr pac c'3 t h s3 r amherst news-tim p ri i police searching for links between g uni id men arrested in connection to lorain shooting may be tied armed home invasion on blossom drive alexander camacho juan ortiz vclcz by jason hawk news-times reporter eerie similarities two bizarre burglaries have investigators the cases, according chief lonnic dillon. three suspects and a "person of interest" apprehended during short chase through neighborhoods last thursday could potentially involved n monday, said "we're looking into that," he told friday. five residents, including children ages seven 18 months, were held at gunpoint four black males around 11:45 p.m. aug. 28, statements eric swinglcr, who rents 225 drive. wearing white face-covers, t-shirts, wielded shotguns while others handguns, lt. joseph kucirck. they allegedly stole money, jewelry, flat-screen television his fiancd, friend, forced lay face-down floor. "please! send lot cars. there's where you when towers attacked? americans mentally spiritually unprepared cops with tragedy that unfolded sept. 11, 2001 day lhat reshaped western culture current events years ago this monday. terrorist attacks new york city, washington, d.c, foiled takeover united 93 ended deaths 2,645 amorlcans. nearly half those killed or remains found under rubble twin not identified forensic scientists. another 3,400 injured, based estimates. some generations, question will always be, "where woro kennedy was shot?" it bo, armstrong walked moon?" but too many, defining "whore attackod?" ir111 ' "; ,li , y nlkkl m ron wolfo gj orrln rector jack hall "i work. didn't got chanco view tv scroon until second plane hit. went break area everybody awe. don't think thoy had clue as what really happening, meant." shock. couldn't believe actually happening. want bo work wanted my family." 9 a.m. everyone huddlod our little whlto tv. devastated happen here, still am. never again." watching time. wife westlake. called said, 'get ready, might havo come homo. someone is attacking us. world has become much more dangerous stranger place since then." guys. know if they're outside," swinglcr's fiance franjic 911 call. "they sec phone blowing guts out. please get here." dispatcher convince terrified woman stay line arrived scene. entire checked suspects, officers duty find no traces, sgt. dan jasinski, heading up investigation, swinglcr left door unlocked trend non-violent occurred same vicinity continued 5 legion honor 9-11 victims patriot look around. belter worse, regardless your political views, there denying life changed dramatically past years. coming sept ii, mark fifth anniversary destroyed trade center, crippled pentagon, 40 passengers crew members over pennsylvania, roused anger. "1 u people take different veterans 9-11. respect," american member hall. "f.vcrytning day. make feel uneasy. changes you." sentiment hearts today, prepare ol u.s. troops fighting afghanistan iraq special remembrance ceremony. post 118 host solemn event monday 12:30 their north lake street hall, spe-ciul presentations military guard county commissioner l.ori kokoski. "we just sure veterans, do forget day, especially poge pump prices falling, heating bills test consumer pocketbooks winter approaches melba nolan fills her gas tank wyvill's marathon south main street, hurrying bargain dipped below $2.40 mark. brown gold leaves are already hitting lawn, although week's temperatures 70s, big freeze bringing pain pockerbook along ride. costs weigh heavily homeowners seniors fixed incomes nre predicting an harsh snowy season. 2007 edition "the farmer's almanac," which released week, predicts "shivery" winter. "while global warming taken attention... predictions pointing toward widespread cold from coast coast," editor peter geiger. heavy snows predicted england pacific coast, great lakes ohio river valley only spared extreme cold, says managing sandi duncan, "but say won't without its spells significant snowfalls." publication claims being made 1818 80 85 percent accurate. year, "polar coaster" wide-ranging extremes atypically mild school district treasurer shirley antel worrying about budget. schools rose $1 13,000 previous fiscal year. ante) she paid totaling $383,000 2005-2006 -certainly chump-change wrestling operating cash. "that's couple teachers' salaries," said. increase cash worked year's budget, though how spent ultimately determined weather conditions. "if we winter, wc save heating. conditions extreme, end spending all more," particular double-edged sword carry good cut well. even expected cause trouble, experts unleaded motor fuel likely continue tumble back closer $2 12 nelson grimmett 'school future' developed podcasting uncomfortable wide web? kids can swim seas greatest ease. that's why steele high juniors internet generation cyber-elite digital approach education better than old pen-and-paper homework. years, educators been slowly integrating online technology traditional curriculums. now 16-year-olds chuck sean taking idea next level. podcasting. computer illiterates out (and plenty), podcast audio video recording downloaded used ipod other mp3 device. gurus started developing plans year; summer grew mole hill mountain. first, began making instructional videos, aimed teachers, showing them simple steps use basic programs. then added podcasted instructions teachers add content like homework, study guides, multimedia websites. came tutorials district's mac os x systems. things snowball. before long, approached assistant comets soccer coach brad cocco, pod-cast team updates, practice reviews, analysis, game results. calculus teacher chaz deremer development school.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2006-09-06|
|Date of Original||2006-09-06|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2006-09-06|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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