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a new .feature section called community camera is in today's edition of the news-times. 12: page photo that allows families, friends, and neighbors to submit photos paper. it will be published on final wednesday each month. participate, e-mail pictures adstheoberlinnews.com, or deliver them oberlin news-tribune office at 42 s. main st., 44074. amherst news-times election 2007 council races, school levy top nov. 6 ballot depending upon what ward precinct they live in, voters could fdce whole raft choices tuesday's with city offices, board seats, number issues ballot. 2 have fewer than most, since democrat glenn loughrie running unopposed for ward. defeated incumbent ed cowger may 8 primary only contested race city. 1 race, mark hullman face independent candidate jason sobiski replace terry traster, who seeking an at-large seat. kelly meilink try unseat republican joefgambish 3, jennifer wasilk defend her 4 seat against democratic challenger larosa. steve p'simer, p. william vanderwyden, nick brusky compete three seats. brusky, vanderwyden are incumbents, p'simer re-election vacated by matt barrett, .who was elected state house representatives november, 2006. president john dietrich mayor david taylor both re-election. there law director's chair, richard ramsey win over anthony pecora. pecora appointed position may, following resignation ken stumphauzer. side ballot, 3 most make park lanes ziggy's sports bar grill local options sunday sales from 10 a.m. midnight. junction beverage drive-thru similar option. across rest exempted village district decide issue 16, five-year renewal 2-mill permanent improvement levy. also vote members education. valerie neidert complete the. unexpired term sandy matakovich, resigned june 2006 after voted extend contract controversial basketball coach mitch gillam. july serve until next scheduled election. vore regain she rehiring gillam, while funderburg, her, retain it. vore, james berthold, rex engle all two polls open oh tuesday, 6, 6:30 7:30 p.m. no statewide but lorain county 24 25. reiie'w-al 0.6-mill mental health services facilities. would not increase taxes, currently costs homeowner about $15 per year $100,000 tax valuation. 25 referendum 0.25 percent approved commissioners offset $3.5 million reduction funding. if voters, raise $7.8 cost additional cents $100 taxable purchases. tom januzzi remain judge municipal court. court covers amherst, oberlin, wellington, south continued prank's so funny when cops get involved -.a prank early hours saturday, oct. 13, turned out police were in. 1:48 catherine zaworski, 19, 484 milan avenue, report power home rented roommate sarah zientarski, 20. zaworski reported hearing noises house, saw basemen door closed, normally wasn't. arrived, told women wait patrol car checked housfc. inside found f gg r sac! c h 5 fe i n gj teenagers, 17-year-old girls stephen m. lorain, zientarskt's brother. seems teenagers had teamed up allow zientarski play joke his sister. weren't laughing. charged unruliness, obstructing official business, curfew violations. one having cigarettes. counts leaf pick starts fall collection begin monday, 29. residents asked rake their leaves tree lawn up. should raked into street. bagged leaves. street department has as follows: weeks 29 12, homes located north tracks. , week 26, week, random ups citywide. autos v . "vjp.? -5 hp '0 ; show tell antiques top, dealer bill gow explains ways fueled tea warmer been passed down whether quilt handmade approximate age least great-grandmother event. above, right, owner rosemary gfell thursday evening gerstenberger displays card maude heritage tell. neiding signed e. raymond, first superintendent left, judy reichert tells history kerosene schools.. lady comets runners best rewards those you work hardest earn. never this truer unranked cross country team upset different champions qualify meet. qualified championships third time last five years fourth place finish saturday's tiffin regional swc champion brecksville ran away title, scoring 62 points. rival medina (1 points) finished second, sylvania southview (159 just edging (162 third. other finishers meet included brunswick (170), stow (188), toledo notre dame (193), hudson (207), bowling green (214), northview (216), cuyahoga falls (241), olmsted (279), sandusky (285), pcrrysburg (316), central catholic (348), pieet.
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2007-10-31|
|Date of Original||2007-10-31|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst news-times, 2007-10-31|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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