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township gets new deputy - page 7 it. 221 s. m.uslm.ef a-m a fjtm 'o 44001 lmherst news-times jesse the girl 3 look cops for burglar; nab pot crop ahead senior citizens of amherst (sco a) will meet friday, july 11 t eagles on milan avenues at noon catered lunch. thie entertainment be pro rided by lilliabeth wood. contact ruth 988-5287 ti ckets no later than 8. fine forgiveness week publi c library is 14 through juily 19. patrons may retun l any overdue item along wit h non-perishable food i ind waived. ah so, preexisting fines, $1 waived each n-perish-able brought in. (one dollar, one ite in; two 'dollars, items, and so on.) john lasko reporter june 25, lieutenant michael frazier south police department with lorain county sheriff's responded to 338 annis road burglar alarm. after checking exterior perimeter 55-year-old roberto mendoza jr.'s home', found back door which leads in basement was open had been pulled off its hinges. when entered residence looking what they thought burglar, ended up making biggest drug bust village's history finding separate rooms housed total 92 marijuana plants. heritage hciuse 439 shupe avenue have an house tour saturday, 26 fro:m 1-3 p.m. theme ibe political. displays will, center around life jmes clarence cooper, w ho lived die from 19 12 1944 four- time mayor amherst. lso display po ilitical campaign button colli :ctjon leroy kubuske. this event free. call anna gaydi ash 988-2325 more ini formation. st. joseph's cath olic golden agers me :et wednesday, 16 11a.m. social hall. anniversary luncheon, sterk's, cost $10. debra rose e ntertain patriotic theme. flea market table b t: open. cap joanne 988-3089 information, or make reservation. "it just goes show that matter where you're at, drugs are everywhere mean small communities like " 2,000 residents less then mile away you got something that," said. he said very dark hard maneuvering clothes other miscellaneous junk stacked floor. discovery, called captain dennis cavanaugh task force elyria come confiscate "after (south amherst) secured house, us once our units scene, set based certain criteria gave probable cause we went prosecutor's office obtain search warrant. seize plants," continued 2 mendoza, jr. child immunization clinics cooperativ effort three health departments (elyria city health, districit, general district) who provid ing service grant ohio health. these openi family children, ages birth 18 years, needing immunizations. there fee immunization. however, denied due inability ito pay. if questions, listed: district ant 244-3418, 322-6367 236. -8722; disitrict 323-7595; 204-23..00. clinic held tuesday, 22 fromt 1:30 4 arnherst vfw, 165 cleveland r zi g 31 jj bog jt s pq y o ; n fc z !"; . go it f lh b1h kljblhfli zsbbhih vmh magic moments children all converge main street building last monday as zap magician performed "pirate magic," right before their eyes. (photos lasko) roadway; mom charged sixty-year-old polansky, owner polansky's meat market, his, way home running some errands saturday morning, 28, noticed toddler, wearing only t-shirt diaper, crawling middle dewey road. "i wondered little rascal going stopped road," polansky told news-times. 10 morning outsidezool neighbors lived. tried banging outside screen stephanie pittman, 26, lives. front open, but didn't get response knocking. about see anyone decided against taking two-year-old toddler his down street, 911. jason smith responded. 'the also began knocking negative results," richard resendez "he looked inside saw were spongebob squarepants cartoons television child's juice boxes over place." according report, smith, yelling' "sheriffs office." followed inside, picture great american bake sale has cookie test, too everyone invited take part the; amherst' public beginning a.m. donated items should labeled dropped 1 hosting contest. bring dozen cookies judges' tasting sec ond wrapped ready bake; sale. participants must register ribbons variety prize categories awarded lives your nei paul morton associate editor attorney nancy h. rogers, uhere 17.006 registered sexual offenders ohio, t27jof them live, work, school district. ohio's sex offender registration notification law, commonly known, megan's replaced year federal adam walsh protection safety act 2006. law changed designations peri 24, list live work includes following; wesley r. blankenship, 27, 1833 gloucester drive, lorain, classification stayed court order, pending appeal. white male, brown hair 5 feet, ghborhoodl inches tall skull' tat tooed chest, jffibal'o band tatooed rightjalm tribal markings, left arm, convicted 4o'fpf(, attempted rape sexuallbflt? tery 2004, works ;190k, henderson lorain', lpl5 daniel bortner, 49$l72gj s, leavitt road, had'hijjf 'fit ti?p pag jamboree here! schedule events appears issue mmmmmm
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2008-07-09|
|Date of Original||2008-07-09|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst news-times, 2008-07-09|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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