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see pages 6 and 7 for lorain county junior fair grand champions nuefiif flllt tue 111 hi etc today's issue of the news-times features a. tab-wlth 2007 amherst fall sports team photos schedules. " . ' s i. -i-i - -m-i l i .1 iinm.ii remember to support our comets! tl)(j:. jtm-fl m tuifcw&v, 'amherst frubllcllbkmky 221 spring street amherst, ohio aani it's bacrtschool time boe candidates, too sr valerie neidert comet premier soccer academy kids join ranks at steele, ajhs by jason hawk reporter some world's most talented youth .soccer stars are strutting halls steele high school this week, learning juggle class schedules homework as well they ball. "i'm a little bit nervous. new school, "and want get on with making friends right away," said 17-year-old antonio beltran, native mexico who grew up in california. beltran is one 10 boys their debut members brad friedel's lorain. five additional from attending including 12-year-old romain gall, whose family moved france virginia last year. "he's more worried go elementary middle level than about going america," his father, thierry gall oberlin student andrian mcadams, will also play premier, greeted 17 teammates arrived monday. players come all continued page top right, sachem wilson, carlos salcedo ham it up. bottom left, coach desmond armstrong introduces players, while rio momo tries hand wii lounge. 2 h e fi r spa 5 o bgo nil! shoe-in, four candidates musical chairs two board seats fall, incumbent shoe-in serve until 2010. john funderburg, jim berthold, rex engle, sandy vore vying votes general balloting nov. 6, after filing petitions thursday elections. remain tentative friday, when elections officials must certify validity each signature. 632 cherry valley dr., was appointed july 2006 matakovich resigned. "the safety stability schmitz run unopposed mayor south measure be seen township election season, several political leaders retain unchallenged. village, ronald running unopposed, seeking first elected term office. he chief administration position 2005, following resignation chester arcaba. "i think slow years. we're mostly getting ready sewers, because they're coming way," said. but others vie schools my number priority," "it belief that valuable member an individual has ability make policy decisions, equally considering needs administration, taxpayers, students." fixing projected budget shortfall 2010 another priority, funderburg holds degree economics business administration. been employed commercial banking industry since 1988, president threshold homes, nonprofit group housing organization, sits goodwill board. 631 jackson st., served 20 years ccer si lack sewers inhibiting both residential growth, may required if deal build cleveland quarries site eventually bears fruit, next term, wants pave village's roadways, purchase police cruiser, undergo $150,000 water tower refabrication project, replace storm sewer lines maroy drive west end town. amherst's village 3 spots before unsuccessful re-election bid 2005. we have good system, feel like part building that," "i'd continue excellence awards we've getting, even show improvement." berthold master's education teacher administrator ehove 31 795 asked acquaintances. can bring business-oriented perspective board, that's something could really use," "i've heard good, i've bad, ugly. communication made community very or two-sided." district issues should better explained people don't engle bachelor's serves adjunct faculty ashland university, teaching hospitality courses. visitors bureau. vore, 261 greenlawn resigned 12 service, citing disappointment vote re-hire then-varsity basketball mitch buses greener start year sight black smoke billowing diesel exhaust pipes discouraging .to environmentally-conscious americans fighting cleaner air. change coming. year, doing ever reduce harmful emissions from, its fleet buses. "we're things environment, taxpayers," bus garage mechanic bob conrady week 2007-2008 got under way. using ultra-low sulfur gas long way toward cleaning exhaust, save considerably maintenance costs, fritz grubic. "that helps clean emissions, doesn't gum engines," "everybody wins." started percent biodiesel fuel. grubic increased usage percent. only cents per gallon regular gas, burns much cleanly, significantly decreases wear tear engines. time, uses particulate filters similar catalytic converters heavily screen exhaust. filters, which mandated environmental protection agency federal level, catch toxins released into use them. epa stiffen standards further 2010, calling 90 over 2004 benchmarks. cost adding air technology price tags associated purchasing having swingin' miah dettorre, 8, third grader powers gets height swings during recess friday lunch. returned week.
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2007-08-29|
|Date of Original||2007-08-29|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst news-times, 2007-08-29|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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