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i new museum to be built - page 10 all about the dutch oven 2 amherst news-times ahead sh hrbkffiv' vhhi tm p lisp 'viisbbhhhpilil crop walk for hunger will take place on sunday, sept. 28. begin at p.m. st. peter's ucc, 582 church stands communities responding overcome poverty. this raises funds fight both internationally and in community. there a three-mile route or six-mile route. more information contact bea yohn 988-4965, pam nielsen 988-4996. park avenue united methodist church, 396 avenue, is hosting free community breakfasts 27, oct. 25 nov. 29 from 8:30-11 a.m. menu includes pancakes, bacon, sausage beverages. are welcome. general membership meeting of historical society held today, wednesday, 24, grange schoolhouse sandstone village 763 milan ave., 7:30 program called "wade chapel tiffany treasure," presented by katy karrick. karrick represents lakeview cemetery foundation as an interpretive guide, researcher historian. refreshments social time follow public invited attend event. information, society's office 988-7255. senior citizens (scoa) meet friday, 3 noon eagles aerie catered lunch. entertainment john kowalski his keyboard. ruth, 988-5287 tickets no later than 30. heritage house 439 shupe host open tour saturday, 27 1 theme political. displays center life times clarence cooper, who lived 1912 1944 was four-time mayor amherst. also featured political campaign button collection leroy kubuske. event free. details, call anna gaydosh 988-2325. girls having fun first graders elementary school enjoy some what could last warm days 2008 playground recently. (photo lasko) robin wood library director. local woman named director lasko reporter board trustees officially monday's meeting, replacing previous jeff skaggs interim judy ryan has assumed duties responsibilities position four months. introduced spent past six years human resource manager westlake porter library. she leaving her present tuesday, 14 assume roll 15. "i think it's great we found somebody local," president steve wright told week. "she said it dream job really suits " receiving salary $58,000 full benefits next two years. city nearly married husband david, vho works with brother thomas clinic lorain animal located oberlin avenue. they have daughters, 8-year-old lindsay third grader powers 10-year-old sydney fourth harris school. am excited able serve my own commute work going shorter," said. obtained mba tiffin university, bachelor arts degree services baldwin-wallace college berea associate cuyahoga college. planning pursuing master's science," probably . go kent state university because continued 12 dispatcher complaint leads indictment kurt oehlstrom stephanie oehlstrom, sr., 31, wife entered not guilty pleas their arraignment thursday judge raymond ewers county common courtroom felony charges hacked into police dispatcher's personal e-mail account. when grand jury handed down 9, chief lonnie dillon placed paid administrative leave. oehlstron forced turn glock model 21 revolver, taser, well issued equipment he had possession thursday, "until further notice office, you authorized identify yourself officer nor carry firearm any way that would violation section 2923 ohio revised code," stated letter dated addressed oehlstrom. couple turned themselves jail 12. returned home after each posted $3,000 recognizance bond. pre-trial case scheduled before christopher rothgery. according report written released lieutenant joseph kucirek, inci- j ! xgo t h r $ lib im ; homecoming parade 5 comets hope tally win against demons; king, queen crowned half-time showing high marching band, sophomore kaylee koller, junior spirit week, preparation festivities which culminate gridiron showdown demons friday. 15 floats, designed students shupe, schools, school, nord middle steele part kicks off friday other participants include recreational sports teams, cheerleaders, david taylor, tire chiet wayne northeim riding one department's fire engines. lining up 401 washington 4:30 p.m., proceed street, make left sunrise drive, lincoln street cornell ending stadium. convertibles courtesy simian's dodge court includes: freshman angelina santiago, brandi dexler sentors bailee openshaw, melissa partyka katrina zvosec vying queen. those become king seniors matthew elbert, andrew eliopoulos, joshua gonzalez, gary haglund, brandon kish, morgan chris merthe. kind announced during football game. following game westlake, begins dance cafeteria. doors 9 "tickets sale beginning monday (sept. 22) $5 pre-sale sold lunch periods main office," assistant principal jeanne kornick door cost $6; student identification required purchase enter dance. varsity players can
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2008-09-24|
|Date of Original||2008-09-24|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst news-times, 2008-09-24|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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