'i haglund top division runner - page 5 spikers give it their all 7 amherst news-times 221 splfinb siiilli amherst, ohio 44001 student positive for staph infection; back in school a steele high suspected of having resistant form infection wednesday was confirmed to have and permitted class on thursday. superintendent bob boynton said the student's doctor officials thursday afternoon had an mrsa (methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus) infection. also at lorain county general health district assured does not pose major threat other students. "there is misconception that this unbeatable," said. "they use different antibiotics, but very treatable." he contacted department upon learning mrsa. learned mrsa, like bacteria, are naturally present nasal passages skin many people who do get sick. "staph always with us. told me year lower than years," "the thing is, media jumped because somebody died from it." according centers disease control prevention, infections, including generally spread by contact, through openings such as cuts or abrasions, contact contaminated items surfaces. infections may look pimple boil continued page'8 thespians stage week mls theatre company, thespian troupe 1422, will "little women orchard house," written david longest, adapted novel louisa alcott. show dates nov. 8, 9, 10, 16, 17 7:30 p.m. cafetorium. ticket prices adults $7, students $5, $3, senior citizens free. tickets be avaliable door. doors open play directed valerie farschman. woman house" story alcott her sisters, anna, lizzie, abby. starts out quaint concord, 3 s j jg etso h iii i p ft g above, comets marching band performs omea state finals. left, members accept plaques superior rating. celebrates 'three-peat scored number first place rating third year, row they received "it one best performances seen our band." director chris barbara. clinched highest possible event. small percentage bands make where bar set much higher after making now six years qualifying 18 shows has competed last years, can celebrate what calling fantastic "three-peat" performance, barbara punkin' ehunkin' time carl sullenberger n-t correspondent how you raise money cub scouts way that's fun? brainstorming session led master brad crawford came up methods smashing vegetables while helping pack 427. thome farms hosted chuckin' fundraiser 427 sunday. there were activities those wishing sling gourds targets launch bottle rockets into air. straw maze, concession stand door prizes. real fun, launching pumpkins nto air watching them explode. admit it, kid us enjoys trebuchet engineered james barnes, instructor community college, built volunteers too cool. former weapon war 285-pound counterweight capable sending pumpkin its explosive end more 200 feet away. benefits event chance parents involved preparation said, fun good experience parents." x.t. ijstr. load another v ' c1,""" "c li n , ,ut o' distance ?huhckmt supervises dalton rich 9 220 achlnvari riurinn nrartlea sunday's evflnt. township lets loose gourd sunday alainna rich, 13, puts themed rocket attractions enthusiasts. (photos sullenberger) farms. schoolin' room readin'...writin'...and 'rithmatic, mention respect discipline watch words st. joseph school's graders took part one-room schoolhouse project amherst's sandstone village. each fall visit only 1890s schoolhouse, blacksmith shop, early 20th century garage, caboose, harris dute house, learn about daily life mid-19th century, fascinating outhouse. tour museum quigley homes george's chapel see artifacts various churches village's history. historical society been putting program dozen most ever 500. alexis schuler, lauren jenkins, katie bennett, rachel gross lesson vivienne bickley.