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salt use up 30 percent here - page 2 . man sentenced for rape 3 amherst news-times , a fundraiser jason pardee, 2005 steele high school graduate involved in serious car crash while attending college florida will be held friday, april 1 from 6-10 p.m. at black river lanes, elyria. tickets are $15 adults and $5 children 10 under. food, music, cash bar bowling available. contact jackie fortino 988-8844, sherry matson, 647-3260 or cathy murillo 984-2628 tickets. the spring 2008 lorain county medical guide is today's edition, featuring health-related information. comets 12u cvba baseball sponsoring bus trip to greek town on sunday 6. leaves elyria holiday inn 8 a.m. return that evening by 7 cost $40 but participants receive $30 back once they arrive town. those interested should call 984-2884 public library's book clufrwill meet wednesday, 16, discuss memoirautobiography "let me finish," roger angell. longtime writer new yorker, angell looks his life growing with famous parents, falling love base- ball, career as journalist editor. author of seven books, no surprise he grew time ruth, gehrig dimaggio. all welcome join discussion upstairs reading room. vfw post 1662, 165 cleveland'avenue, host fish fry every friday through march 28, 4-8 post.' dinners $10; sandwich $5; shrimp $7 clam choser $2. include fries, coleslaw, tartar sauche, bread butter, coffee soda. open public. that's good pi st. joseph seventh eighth graders celebrate day remember math equation. enjoying pi, pie, emily (3.14 terms) recently bringing actual pies measure, phillips, anthony young, ashley brosky, guy schuler. (photo calculate, cut ana eat. l activity organized riaina34anges diane yale peabody) always popular one well being practical way get students easter egg hunt snowed out; set 5 winter forced cancellation community first since 1997 when lions leo clubs began sponsor event. "we felt nearly six-inch snowfall biting wind chill would have severely reduced turnout result less than pleasant experience who did brave elements,"-event coordinator dave walzer, member club, said. has been rescheduled saturday, "not only two-week postponement provide sufficient opportunity announce date," walzer said, "but, hopefully, allow grounds maude neiding park dry out alltthe rain sriow recent days." begin 11 day. among several thousand candy-filled plastic eggs there two dozen specially marked prize can redeemed prizes end hunt. said chocolate bunnies, toys continued this left 28-year-old jerry hartman jr.'s buick skylark after crashing both fence tree intersection russia road baumhart tuesday, 18, township. john lasko) bbbsbbbbbb&l:i firelands board interviews six superintendent possibilities proves deadly passenger wreck troopers ohio state highway patrol currently investigating one-car which injured driver killed passenger. around 2:45 a.m., hartman, jr., was driving 1995 westbound road. failed stop sign "hartman drove off west side struck before vehicle rolled onto its top," lieutenant glenn peterson "about 15 minutes later, south firefighters care paramedics responded scene." hartman's passenger, agee, 29, elyria, ejected 20 feet vehicle. found him, legs arms were severed other arm fractured. pronounced dead scene. following an autopsy conducted later day, coroner paul matus agee suf- lasko reporter close naming district replace interim maxwell shoff, came retirement fill vacated position. "one things (board members) had very interest curriculum, instruction student academic scores so we look type background," thomas rockwell, education service center "also developing facility plan providing buildings area some point future, helpful." early january, contracted rockwell conduct national search gathering screening applicants. looking administrators overall operations," "some been' limited perhaps single building not really learn understand about nuances operating entire organization different issues you faced superintendent." monday, 10, presented list candidates total applications received feb. deadline. individual responsible district's day-to-day operations, leading 225 employees 2,020 students. 12 go online now check crime your neighborhood police department showing latest high-tech, crime-fighting technology. residents able find updated information where why officers called particular location within city. sergeant dan makruski 1996 technical brains behind "sergeants' roll traffic map." "i iraq brought ideas what i saw military intelligence far analyzing tak- shows department's map. it created help track crimes accidents throughout city accessible amherst.
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2008-03-26|
|Date of Original||2008-03-26|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2008-03-26|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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