leers continue their hunt - page 12 amherst news-times wrestlers head for district 1 2 a look financial picture: 'gloomy,' mayor says ahead st. peter united church of christ will be hosting ,a chicken paprikas dinner on march 15, 12:30-2:30 p.m. in the fellowship hall at 582 diners must reserve or purchase tickets as no sold door. call 988-4965 they may purchased sunday .mornings church. are adults $8; children 4-12 $4. three and younger eat free. carryouts available. until 11. girls cross country team is sponsoring annual pancake breakfast with easter bunny oh sunday, 29, from 8 a.m. 12:30 steele high school cafeto-rium. $5 adults, $3 3-10, under can attend available door any member. there bake sale baskets auction. comet corner also open. bring camera pictures bunny. brownhelm historical association meet march' 4 7 carriage barn mill hollow. after business meeting lou ann metz tudy morris speak about "historical human remains detection dogs one tool toolbox." came to lake road cemetery this past spring who searched remains. refreshments served public welcome free program. registration 2009 summer swim 1-3 22 main street building. regardless pre-registra-tion time order merchandise, get handbook schedule, pay fees, sign up required volunteering. swimsuits action wear try outs requiring second method payment needed. $70 per swimmer. time. those unable either these times should contact gregggcentu-rytel.net before 22. by john lasko reporter david taylor painted very gloomy picture council members' minds if something not done immediately curb expenditures general fund during his state city p i ii l & w co o el t ott z s) q g s address monday, feb. 9. "we facing difficult times," said. "hard choices going have made we solve problems working' together." finding out nearly $1 million would carried over last year's budget early january, taylor's went work balancing budget, but without sacrifices. living extraordinary 'terms like recession, depression, layoffs, delinquent tax payments late utility bills longer just words, reality our immune current economic realities." speech, said cuts been departments compromising safety other services residents depended years 'this year, short- long-term goals 2010, 2011, beyond," "the administration continued 9 need speed pinewood derby gets underway recently joseph cub scout pack 429 competition. see story more photos 5. (photo lasko) newcomers throw hats ring election looking forward seeing some new faces inside chambers treasurer's office, upcoming season certainly deliver. seat, democrats mark hullman kelly thomas square off 5 primary election. winner face republican challenger linda hale november ballot. joined olmsted falls schools september district's treasurer spending five columbia local schools. he certified accountant (cpa) licensed board through ohio department education. 1981 1999, worked cpa conducting audits consultations governmental entities throughout state. has controller college west virginia manager office auditor accepting position 2004. "i don't myself essentially running against thomas," "what that i'm point my life 3 teen hurt morning crash rt. 113 19-year-old girl critical condition toledo hospital her car flipped several monday 13 township. lauren kowalski was driving 1997 pontiac grand am northbound toward baumhart around 4:30 according lieutenant glenn peterson elyria post highway patrol, suddenly left center drove side roadway. vehicle hit ditch, causing it flip. "she trapped car," wearing seat belt told were passengers her. freed non-machanical means." kiel 6ul 01 r all nam aint jude's students powers elementary red. so principal paula roth when she looks mirror. having lost bet kids, good die hair week 9, collected $2,101 saint children's research shows hor red natural redheads noah douglass brianna rakar.