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overbearing steals show - page 10 amherst news-times 'in g, indoor track team is hot 9 ahead the community invited to attend any or all of following lenten services: feb. 6th: ash wednesday. listed churches have a worship service at 7 p.m. 13th: st. peter's u.c.c. p.m., 582 church 20: heritage presbyterian 515 n. leavitt road. 27: park avenue united methodist 396 avenue. march 5: congregational 379 s. main 12th: old stone church, 553 for more information, call rev. mark pemberton 988-4965. street sponsoring "heart city" dinner dance on saturday, 23 deluca's place in park. tickets are $75 per couple. information cindy 984-3900, cathy 988-1221, teresa 984-6709 visit website www.mainstree- tamherst.org. friday, students joseph catholic school will be opening time capsule that was planted 20 years ago, 12:40 gym. special guest event sr. lucia bucholtz, who assistant supervisor western area cleveland diocese. comets baseball program host fourth annual steak fry fundraiser 16 amherst1' eagles club, 1161 milan $30 each and include reverse raffle entry. local business owners would like donate an auction item should debbie 988-7578. her as well. . date february steele high pto meeting has been changed 4 a.m. media center. parents welcome attend. ; f gggg k t3 w s ' l 3 i fc c t p g payless robber wanted over now man shoe source robbery last wednesday could same person robbed gas station here, well brighterside bible gifts, teddy wears, station, rite aid subway other communities. by john lasko reporter store broad day light may somehow connected suspect string ,armed robberies. 4:20 hispanic male, his 20s, dressed what police third graders adeline grame .(left) juliana butchko (right), play bean bag game, with seventh part school's week-long celebration schools week. objective game still possible, while partner stacks many bags someone's head, without them falling. this year's theme "catholic schools, way." (photo lasko) groundbreaking: new lowe's under construction deerfield april, "do-it-yourself retail chain start 'a 148,600 square foot store, crossings shopping center located home improvement underway. say dark hooded sweatshirt greenish-brown coat entered 933 "after engaging clerk small conversation, pulled ski mask face, produced handgun demanded money," lieutenant kucirek said. 'the able keep still, near target which opened year rt. 2-oak point road interchange. moorcsvillc, n.c.-based company prides itself helping homeowners "find right equipment supplies build, continued obtain money fled through front door, running northbound then believed run eastbound, around side building." got away undisclosed amount cash. there were customers armed robbery, however, no one injured. rewind monday, nov. 12, when department responded pure 1999, cooper foster road, where employees also victims robbery. shortly after suspect, matching similar description, approached clerk, brandished semi-automatic hand search' continues superintendent nejws-times search robert boynton's replacement, responsible leading district's 449 4,341 students. 29 district, boynton set retire end year. december, board education hired ohio boards association consultant conduct national gathering screening hospital earns designation joint replacement care hospital, emh regional healthcare system, designated health premium total specialty 2007 2009. means met rigorous quality criteria based nationally recognized medical standards expert advice. "attaining reaffirms our commitment providing patients highest care, maintaining cost effectiveness," orthopedics surgeon krebs, orthopedics, said written statement. 2006, nearly 425 knee cases gun, from register. injured heist. described applications. representatives osba district tuesday jan. 8 talk members community. "we divided into various different subgroups, elected officials, administration, staff, another evening they had open forum community," president valerie neidert "none us attendance, so (representatives osba) get 6 formed along 130 hip 13 shoulder cases. "as orthopedic surgeons, top priority well-being patients. being we're accomplishing goals," william stanfield added. detailed about specialized training, practice capabilities outcomes staff submitted unitedhcalthcare. it designed help consumers make informed decisions seek replacement.
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2008-01-30|
|Date of Original||2008-01-30|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2008-01-30|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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