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ladies dominate diamond - p r" zi r) x "3 v 2t 5- m , sr ? ' : h t c " 2 r rj tt) amherst news-tim ri 3" r- to 71 j altabbaa breaks record page 6 community rallies around families in rf i school helps flood, burglary victims by jason hawk news-times reporter when raw sewage flooded their home it was bad. they had throw out the majority of belongings, worse. . a burglar took rest, jennifer shcrba, 1989 graduate steele high school, and her six-year-old daughter simply could not believe it. "it's just this never-ending nightmare," she said. now st. joseph parish is stepping up asking parishioners rest open hearts wallets help local family overwhelmed worst times. "i know very giving community, hope wc can get back on its feet again," said staffer joy laird. nov. 30, 2006, sewer line oak point road broke, spilling sludge into shcrba's apartment. insurance did cover gypsy moth treatment 'can only be stopped weather' jack green's yard, tiny black-and-ycllow caterpillars are awakening hatching from eggs. droves, arc preparing climb his trees, where will devour leaves that branch over shadylawn, grcenlawn, sunrise drives. "they right as speak. even though there aren't many for them eat, they're crawling out," green friday. weekend, he spent time wrapping duct tape tree trunks hoping sticky backing stop at least small percentage ravenous making annual upward pilgrimage. among worst-affected properties amherst. three long years, hatchlings have riddled foliage with holes, chomping oaks, maples, pines bare weakening brink death. month, weather warms, residents neighborhoods north waiting cavalry arrive. reinforcements come form single airplane flying low ohio department agriculture use craft drop misty spray pesticide city. chemical, called bacillus y. kurstaki, gives "stomach ache" causes feeding eventually die. natural compound found ohio's soil, has an continued 5 damage, or offer coverage policy such disaster. "everything touched black water thrown beds, all my daughter's toys, christmas decorated," shcrba daughter, megan kellcy, salvaged what put temporary storage unit. started rebuild lives. returned unit april 10 birthday everything gone. own amount clothing megan, bed, dresser, bookcase, chair, couch. make matters worse, also recently down-sized may company, employed 12 years. holding part-time job agency, trying yet again rebuild. staff ut joseph, pago good deeds club sells baked goods classmate leukemia news-tunes cheering, whooping, hollering every cupcake cookie sold saturday morning. bargain-seekers trolling apple orchard neighborhood-wide garage sale were buying dozens crafts seven-year-old katie harcula five-year-old sister, jordan. driveway 692 wincsap, sisters placing each penny, nickel, dime, quarter earned special collection. cash would used buy girls clothes, food. instead, friends collecting hardly first-grader who been diagnosed leukemia. "there girl played softball team last year, cancer," katie. "wc want her." meet goal, harculas playmates mallory golski julia mantin formed organization call club. kim sanoba, 1 fifth grader nord middle 8 f ibm s3 starts running cupcakes shoppers donate cause saturday. bouncing off walls kacee thomas, 4, michael bartz, 2, going wild inflatable castle west martin avenue castle, along lots games food, part festivities yard sale. ktm land deal keep business, create jobs llth-hour vote green-lighted motorcycle giant's plans stay ns 60 new next five city council raced clock committee session monday evening approve additional city-owned ktm. earlier leaders agreed sell 1.3 acres effort convince racing parts corporation remain week's unanimous approved another .2 acres. "i'm glad we wherever today. whole amherst-lorain area needs badly," safety-service director dennis clotz. 'the main thing property transfer completed so (ktm) start construction." spokesman darin gillis company build 54,000-square-foot warehouse addition existing facilities 1119 milan ave. site already serves ktm's world headquarters distribution hub, employing approximately 70 workers. nationally, employs 130 people. "amherst really us. like think we've business partner them. our driving, if it's don't fix it," gillis. break ground building, plan wrap construction winter, told considered moving outside summer season ready sunshine heat invariably dust noise projects goes through growth spurt. year no exception, officials gear street utility improvements 2007 marks culmination long-term bring date ever-growing population, mayor david taylor. "in 2004, try do one time. went council, though, decided bite more than chew," "this final phase developed then." coming weeks, akers begin portion installation project hall court, which intended connect previous septic system users lines. currently working segment contracted lorain county commissioners. meantime, lay trunk elyria placed hold. taylor venture still books, but examining possibility lines east autumn drives same bids expected go june. preliminary cost expanded undertaking estimated $500,000. farther north, expecting electrical pole overhead wire upgrades between terra lane grcenlawn pre-construction meetings quality inc. slated month. about $385,000. 3 potion results fbe published week due weekly publishing deadline, the! yesterday's primary elections complete nt press analysis including contested ward two race, fire levy, general health district tuberculosis clinic joint vocational flrelands building bond !. ; jvlilappear 16 edition. vo apologize inconvenience.
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2007-05-09|
|Date of Original||2007-05-09|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst news-times, 2007-05-09|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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