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comets win six in a row - page 12 the tempest' is on stage 9 221 z.w amherst news-times look ahead wrestling club will be having car wash saturday april 26 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at marathon gas station corner of lcavitt road (rt. 58) and cooper foster. donations accepted, used send team national disney dual tournament florida. sunday, 27, 2008, board education holding community meet greet 1 until 3 main entrance steele high school. this event give everyone an opportunity steve sayers, new superintendent schools. school ptos volunteers providing refreshments. all are welcome attend. thursday, . 24, 7 center amherst, 255 park avenue, heritage house discuss "early pioneers lorain county." orville manes lead discussion. ruth husar, shirley young, valerie gerstenberger dave ' cotton panelists. .can trace their families back 1900. they encourage anyone with deep family roots area bring stories share. collector's edition "thomas jefferson's cook book," by marie kimball raffled for $5 tickets. free light refreshments served. call anna gaydosh 988-2325 more information. celebrate poetry month, public library, spring st., host reading local groups. read original compositions 27 program open i 1s1 f ac l jp kti o february ruling allows four remain homes within ,000 feet schools john lasko reporter according records county sheriff's department, 24. sex offenders either live or work district, whom within. 1,000 school, preschool daycare. law director tony pecora, that's problem. "we were notified some citizens that certain individuals schools," pecora said. "i then sent letters those who violation law." amendment ohio's sexual offender registration notification law, enacted august, 2003, prohibits person convicted of, pleads guilty sexually oriented offense child-victim living any child daycare premises, feb. 18, continued pinwheels police lawn represent cases abuse while 1,559 displayed front department last week may have looked' pretty, stood something much disturbing. each pinwheel represented one reported case abuse, neglect maltreatment throughout 2006. "it's important know it's happening every not exempt abuse," mark osipchak, nord center's kidz first advocacy necessarily drive by, can actually stop walk amongst leam about through reflection points so very interactive powerful display." prevention month. osipchak hoped display would residents become informed when it comes issues. interacted before. we consider them part hlihhiiihhihhiijuhhhihhihiiiihiihhhihihhi week, decorate landscape outside department. number children been abused, neglected maltreated (photo lasko) polly wilhelm has monogramming silk-screening business nearly 20 years. saturday, moving her pyle-south home 215 church st. downtown amherst. she brings touch resident mother five home-based come friday, classic apparel home. "i'm looking forward closing door five," "when you home, disadvantages people pulling my driveway sunday afternoon, no big deal, your want can't turn away, but yet me little down time too." always dream wilhelm's finally move storefront somewhere else located city. street teresa gilles judy recknagel, owner mermaid's tail antique store, right cheerleader takes second state pageant over weekend, seniors allissa moore kaitlyn gray, along 44 other young women across ohio competed columbus find out crowned "miss america." as finalists, two $1,000 cash scholarship which gray able useat private college, university trade choice. pretty good knowing lot applied was chosen," weekend selected runner up america" competition. accomplishment, received $600 toward college tuition. polansky blaze causes $300,000 damage polansky's meat market continues active member despite devastating fire destroyed old slaughter being storage. passerby noticed smoke coming barn immediately called 911. 7:30 dot, wednesday, 16, 6703 south dewey fire," assistant chief jim arrived on-scene, storage facility totally engulfed flames." sixteen firefighters staffed three engines ladder truck, oberlin additional engine air truck. primarily responsible filling tanks. spent hours 8 girls plan golf outing 31 willow cheerleaders annual 31, creek course. four-person scramble. cost $75 per $300 includes 18 holes, cart, lunch steak dinner. jaimie miller 988-5748 tickets
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2008-04-23|
|Date of Original||2008-04-23|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2008-04-23|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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