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author publishes book - page 3 kids find dead dog in cage 10 amherst newstimes 221 spring "khfpst.r "i a laolc ahead the lions club is hosting pancake breakfast on saturday, aug. 9, from 8 a.m. to 11a.m. at park avenue united methodist church, street. admission all-you-can-eat fundraiser $6 per person, $3 ages four 10, and free for three younger. proceeds go sight-related community projects of club. friday, 1, nord center will hold steak fry benefit sexual assault care unit (sacu) lorain county. sacu serves adult child victims by providing specialized trained professional nurse experts. take place sportsman 48970 cooper foster road. dinner be served 5-8 p.m. with entertainment silent auction following meal. tickets adults are $15. children's hot meal available $5. buy visit www.nordevents.org or call kathy (440) 282-2795. girls interested playing soccer fall must years old july 31 eligible. cost play $60. contact misty kelley 988-2004 cometkelleysaol.com register more information. all registrations 28. copy child's birth certificate required sign up. steele high school junior class holding carwashbake sale 2 help raise money prom. it held kmart parking lot leavitt collected donation only. information jessica sand jessicasand 1 0 yahoo.com. third annual men's alumni game 5 st. joe's field amherst. event open attend general public. players receive t-shirt any boys program. confirm attendance information, varsity coach brett thompson brettthompsonamherst.kl2. oh.us 440-308-7786. mm hosjhehkkhn ba&e. up, ball out ktm north america's nicholas smith watches bail he's about send into outfield rbi against attorney sam bradley team little league action recently. (photo carl sullenberger). residents flee early morning fire investigation continues main blaze john lasko news-times reporter county investigator still trying figure what caused which destroyed house near downtown saturday morning, 19. 8:01 a.m., firefighters responded 268 n. where they saw smoke flames showing southwest corner laura moreno's home. "she told us she smelled something burning, but couldn't tell was coming from," chief wayne northeim said. then went her bedroom found fire, foot half height under window faces street." moreno tried smother damp towel, had no success. 'there an electrical plug ceramic heater plugged in, not turned on," according northeim, home occupied moreno, teenage son, two his friends who spent night there. yelled others were also that there get house," he able escape burning home, however did so only clothes their backs. minutes later when arrived scene, used one-and-a-half inch water line combat fire. while said control quickly, continued city hall restoration include elevator floor much anticipated face-lift mayor david taylor pleased progress being made. "it first started higgins's administration; removed asbestos repaired roof," windows have been replaced during taylor's administration. next step install easier access houses auditorium watch various plays. fact, can nearly 290 people. "there seats up there, it's just bare," "the floors, balcony stage refurbished." acknowledged process has slow one because administration does enough complete everything needs done, instead doing phases. s"iil7 .w jbllh -ykbtsfc mrnjb storms canfil ciilli they'll sing slray since chorus's concert jamboree canceled due lightning storms, chorus would like invite public mill hollow amphitheater sunday evening, 27 6:30 until presenting "a celtic celebration" jock beaton per-w forming bagpipes arid'hanna" congelio laurerj jkokinda entertaining' audience, irish dances. a, special addition will, !'a salute armed forces" honoring eyery brqnch the. servjce;(with r"taps" trumpet-accompani- ment , played ajeis, v j tjnrtwav. enncert frp.ft'ft'n5 tht . m s co l : r5j o ro z 50 framed beautiful hollyhocks frame barn sandstone village teenagers injured one-car crash monday s. ohio state highway patrol troopers investigating south morning. accident occurred 12:53 monday, 21, along rt. 113, west annis later, both lifecare paramedics scene order treat victims. 'they standing outside car ambulance got there," herb de la porte, owner service, this week. 'their injuries appeared minor." sixteen-year-old andrew brumenschenkel driving mother's red 2005 ford 500 westbound 113. witnessed going rate speed above posted 35 mph limit within village. increases 45. post patrol, lost vehicle, off left side roadway striking utility pole tree. spun around, hitting another tree before rest lawn front residence. "several neighbors reported hearing bcomplex. diane yale peabody)
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2008-07-23|
|Date of Original||2008-07-23|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst news-times, 2008-07-23|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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