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amherst news-times rawiisiaaaiigmifii a look the public library wraps up kid's summer reading program this year with annual kids fair on thursday, july 16, from 6-8 p.m. attending must be members of drogram, ages 4 through those just completing grade 4. games, food, and fun will take place lawn. final teen game day, wii love reading, takes monday, 13 2-3:30 grades 5-8 are welcome to drop in for one last day food games. community is invited dedication ceremony at south park sunday, 26, 2 p.m., which located off rt. 1 13. more information, contact village hall 986-2202. free conceit featuring four way stop quartet, barbershop quartet oberlin, held nordson depot, 671 franklin a'veniie, wednesday, 29 7 sponsored by friends library. heritage house, 439 shupe avenue, host an open house 26 visitors have opportunity visit historical home filled antiques unusual items, see large exceptional collection handkerchiefs, some date back 1881. tour free. anna gaydosh 988-2325 information. catholic golden agers meet today, 15, 11:30 a.m. social st. joseph church. month group celebrating its 30th anniversary. entertainment international dancing, performed oberlin performing arts dance team led lois gremore. participants asked bring treasurers flea market table; call joanne information 988-3089. & z 8 i. mendak family township received rude awakening saturday mother nature after lightning bolt not only left gaping 5x5. foot hole outside their chimney (above), but also caused metal glass hearth explode severely injuring two sons who were sitting couch (right) time watching television. flying debris damaged several items inside home. (photos john lasko) graybark lasko reporter was unlike any other lane struck lightning. as line strong thunderstorms rolled area around 10 a.m., robert kitchen cooking breakfast his wife mirta young 6-year-old matthew 11 -year-old steven lying room turned towards stove when all sudden he blinded white flash light. "my ears popped followed big boom sounded like firework report multiplied five shook entire house," said. "it earth-shattering." strike destroyed chimney, causing frame three panels explode. force blast sent small shards catapulting nearly 150 feet into kitchen, dining over floor. bits impaled everything path including walls, furniture, cabinets even steven. moment, could smoke ash coming room. barefoot, ran screaming out names. couple minutes heard boys say zapped "huh" then another "daddy." "i immediately grabbed them both right front door," outside, created 5 center chimney. so intense, it charred bricks top portion raining down neighbor's yard. "we had sit second while we grabbing coat find because pouring rain time," "and i looked down, that's noticed blood." escorted next door neighbors where they called 911. continued page 3 ultravetts president dennis burdue (left) leads corvette's church street parade sunday. anxious families gather wait patiently begin. jamboree photos 8. troopers bust virginia man trafficking drugs simple traffic ohio turnpike major trouble tuesday state trooper found marijuana possible hallucinogenic drug vehicle. tuesday, 7, 1:22 joel smith elyria post highway patrol running radar along stretch 1994 dodge ram van driven 38-year-old troy a. nocon centreville, va., traveling 80 mph 65 zone. weaving eastbound lane. witnessing these violations, initiated near mile marker 139. approached nocon's vehicle, odor raw diego department's k-9 officer sniffed bottle full two-and-a-half pounds psilocybin mushrooms. school board inks pact teachers union thursday special meeting ratified collective bargaining agreement teacher's 2009-2010 expected save district $400,000. new contract foregoes increase base salaries teachers, support staff administrators increases co-pays doctor visits prescription $10. health insurance alone $90,000 $100,000 annually. has been negotiations since feb. 24. association 8, approved day. very pleased terms contract," superintendent steve sayers "this tangible example how uniting order lay foundation future schools." cry foul wanted multi-year job security stability. believes economy shambles, combined residents approving "all evidence seized mailed oshp crime lab," bradley shaw, spokesman "troy taken lorain county jail vehicle away vaughn's towing township." mushrooms typically contain 0.2 0.4 percent substance can tropical subtropical regions america, mexico, united states. placed handcuffs, awaiting cruiser hauled jail. there, officially charged five-year, 6.9 mill emergency operating levy november become lenient came making types concessions. "our sensitive current what happening throughout district," said upset about 355 homes reinvestment lorain's west side. outlined plans create district-wide professional development committee purpose conducting training levels. going pay periods paychecks direct deposited bank accounts, money, well efficiency within district. important step strengthening our partnership community," passed midst tough employees responded unselfish manner." friday, june
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2009-07-15|
|Date of Original||2009-07-15|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst news-times, 2009-07-15|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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