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comets do it again: win - page 14 amherst news ( cookies tell this story 16 -i lmes alook ahead' city cable channel 98 will present the third annual broadcast of "live from north pole," on thursday, dec. 18 beginning at 7 p.m. santa and mrs. claus have set aside some time in their busy schedule to appear via satellite pole take telephone calls talk kids amherst, south township. speak santa, can call 988-5247 or e-mail him info amherstcitycable.com for more information program, visit www.amherstcitycable.com. kbl vfw post 1662 be hosting new year's eve party ring 2009 31. doors open 5 pm. a porterhouse steak dinner served 5-8 there cash bar, dj, champagne favors. sausage sauerkraut midnight. tickets are $25 per person $40 couple. is members guests. 988-8102 commander 440-315-2401. sttpeter u.c.c. holding chicken paprikas sunday, 21, fellowship hall 582 church st. $8 adults, $4 children 4-12, free three younger. 988-4965. last day reserve buy 17. carry outs available. no sold door. catholic golden agers meet today, wednesday, 17 11:30 a.m. social joseph church. christmas catered by sterk's cost $10. send money reservations joanne 14. eaveryone attendance receive gift. entertain. participants whould remember bring treasures flea market table. collecting dues 2009, $5 paid 31, joann. her 988-3089 information. parents harris school students invited pto meeting 17, 9:30 art room, 393 s. lake contact tammy lacey, president 984-3631 having breakfast with steele home run boosters club hosted event raise baseball program high school.justine murray, 2, (above) finds there's than one way get bag hole. devin deering shane schaeffer, (bottom right) both 8, prepare cards. hanging josh daugherty, 11, his cousin nicole kemer, 4. (photos carl sullenberger) cops sweep sweeps cafe illegal gambling arrests 'imminent' john lasko news-times reporter armed search warrant, officers police department raided internet cafe, 1925 cooper foster park rd., friday, 5, after receiving several complaints anonymous tipsters legitimate non-profit charitable organizations about owner violating ohio's laws. according chapter ,2915 ohio revised code, if machine accepts something value player who hopes gain monetary material reward machine, deemed slot therefore eyes state. "we felt these machines were being used schemes chance," lieutenant kucirek told news-times. legally operate parlor ohio, an individual must belong registered organization, as well continued 3 mbbb shut down located plaza friday 5. business has been since april say violated laws offering computer standing casino-style games. (photo lasko) r bill e 1 pooch gives patients extra special care when amanda simon not case manager ' united healthcare taking husband two children, seth, emma, she stryker, three-year-old australian sheepdog, elderly acute (ace) unit hospital least four times month. got idea father, arthur jackson, suffered debilitating condition known chronic obstructive pulmonary disease copd. while he was confined bed, sneak dog chloe, shihtzu whom cared loved very much. transported purse. "i received couple memorial donations my dad died year i just responsibility that wanted them," said. witnessed first-hand joy chloe brought father during lengthy illness, start own which would same others beds. "while work university cleveland, stryker cathy jacobs patient ace hospital. trained therapy whose primary cheering up patients. noticed parade dogs visiting daily basis going through hospital," actually stopped (the volunteers) talking all training went how visits hospital." said hooked pet own. blessing family friends, started researching classes area. love what spurred form m. jackson hope (hounds people encouragement) foundation. community past, most funds organization comes 25 percent commission makes products sells home-based consultant southern living home. majority pays $180 certification fee additional $44 background check owner, along able purchase customized vests each dogs. looking another current maxwell, eight old britney spaniel, little too participate grueling 32-week 12 bad economy results civil cases paul morton associate editor possibly unexpected local result downturn explosion filed oberlin municipal court. judge thomas januzzi weeks left court had already record number 1194 filed, eclipsing previous 1,126 1977. "really, '03 we've high, now really unbelievable," handles amount disputed less $15,000. involve credit card collections. 'the largest increase filings years debt," think that's consistent we read newspaper see news. pass continues worsen, can't doing anything but numbers con- 6
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2008-12-17|
|Date of Original||2008-12-17|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst news-times, 2008-12-17|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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