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powder puff football tonight - page 3 jackson street bridge opens 4 amherst news-times fastetistop dog in at-large council race schools' permanent improvement levy passes with 65 percent of the vote four incumbent members running for three seats, steve p'simer was odd man out nov. 6 election. according to unofficial results from lorain county board elections, current ward 1 member terry traster finished first 2,002 votes, followed by incumbents nick brusky (1907 votes) and p. william vanderwydcn (1,590 votes). p'simer, who had been appointed an seat vacated when matt barrett elected state legislature november 2006, came fourth 1,523 votes. filling traster's will be jason sobiski, defeated mark hullman, 434 368. joe gambish held onto his seat, defeating kelly meilink, 382 296, jennifer wasilk easily won re-election over larosa 4, 501 300. glenn loughrie ran unopposed 2. he ed cowgcr may primary democratic nomination. school board, john funderburg rex engle election four-year terms, sandy vore james bcrthold. july 2006 after resigned extension contract boys basketball coach mitch gillam. garnered 2,767 while 2,051 third 1,885 bcrthold gathered 1,488. valerie neidert com plete unexpired term matakovich, also gillam contract. her expires december 2009. engle, never before run political office, said main priority selecting a new superintendent replace bob boynton, retire continued 12 former mayor higgins succumbs at 71 led eight years oversaw improvements utilities police station, flood control plan has died. died yesterday community health partners h & s center following brief illness. 71. born amherst, march 16, 1936, raised lorain, graduating st. mary's high 1954. earned bachelor's degree university dayton, where triple majored economics, science, goverment. lived since 1973. worked 38 u.s. steel retiring 1989 as maintenance foreman. accumen surfaced early, serving class president college. long service began representative, position years. then served council, being 1995. terms mayor, including two 2-year office went 1999. lost bid 2003 david taylor. city treasurer kathy litkovitz she shocked heard news higgins's death. "he gave lot councilman presi- town councilmember, terms. dent council. years," said. truly loved always did what thought best city. joseph catholic church. enjoyed landscaping. is survived wife, marilyn, son timothy, daughter, mary lynn woodyard. friends call 8 p.m. today church, 200 dr. funeral services thursday rev. fr. lawrence martello officiating. burial calvary cemetery lorain. workshop players stage 'nunsense' theatre-in-the-round presents "nunsense," dan goggin directed jenifer warren. little sisters hoboken discover cook, sister julia, child god, accidentally poisoned 52 sisters, they are dire need funds burial. decide way raise money put on variety show. this hilarious story nuns' plight have audience laughing until cry. cast includes: jayne kacik, carol krause, paige reich, susan watson elisa whiteman. musical director tucker. production dates 15, 17, 23, 24, dec. sunday matinees 25 2 .p.m. tickets $12 each reserved calling box (440) 988-5613. group discounts available. attendees invited bring non-perishable food items second harvest bank. located 44820 middle ridge rd. mezzanine area now wheelchair accessible. check their website www.workshopplayers.com. lftfjljtitamhff ... il. yjbl jhbbh ihihiihhiheihrm hats off students school's student $260 foundation children cancer during onl day 6. national event started 1995 louis classmate cancer. sjs were inspired grade fighting leukemia. more than 1,000 schools participate day, $250,000 date. wearing sign compassion symbolizes loss hair due chemotherapy treatment patients. r t b i o g j rpi u n holiday happenings historical society piesent christmas village sunday, sandstone 763 milan avenue, 2-5 santa ready picture taken children, model railroading men trains display grangeschoolhouse. harris-dute house feature pat rutkovvski doll collection presidential ladies inaugural ball gowns. todd standen showcase princess diana victorian collection. refreshments both locations. p.m., there old-fashioned caroling session norman miller organ george chapel. free open all. 988-7255 information. advent walk everyone join other begin season. meeting park avenue united methodist church 5 proceed congregational christ, old stone methodist, end peter christ refreshments. scriptures, hymns prayers shared celebration jesus's birth. any these churches information, theatre sing-a-lon 9, shows, your dreamed seeing sajita climb down chimney? make dreams come true area's only appears, later disappears, enchanted way. mother goose involves skits songs, lots participation. craft projects goodie bag round fun. parents can cameras photos santa. $6 each, ages up. reserve seats scats limited. just south township park, schoolhouse building.
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2007-11-14|
|Date of Original||2007-11-14|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst news-times, 2007-11-14|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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