it's mm .f r i) v n - amherst news-times ohio's ' a look ahead nord middle school will be hosting book fair 8 a.m. 3 p.m., march 15-19, with books for children, teens and adults. students also attending the during hours. family night is wednesday, 17, p.m.- p.m. special guessing games prizes -be awarded that those st. patrick's day night. catholic golden agers meet at 11:30 in joseph's social hall. group celebrating their annual tureen. entertainment murray ridge choraleers. american legion post 118 serving corned beef cabbage dinners ($8) reuben sandwiches ($5) from 2-7 (or until all gone) on 17. there music 7-11 members guests are welcome. wear your green join fun. information call 984-3662. girls cross country team sponsoring pancake breakfast easter bunny sunday, 21, to 1 steele high cafetorium. tickets $5 adults, $3 children 3-10, under 2 eat free. available door or any member. bake sale baskets auction. visitors should bring camera pictures bunny. south fireman's association steak fry dinner dance held saturday, 27, uaw hall baumhart road. $20. more purchase tickets, john 986-5901 leave message see firefighter. sanctuary, 114 w. main st., amherst, perch each friday 4-7 cost $12 adults $7 seniors. i ,; r. v: .1 , "i ""' r-' a- ... senior connor weir drives hard basket www.theamherstnewstimes.com click game against strongsville last week. big blue button. (photo by randy meyers) of game, go to: imi iff 'losing, cpims im smdii wmm odd somonal paul morton associate editor having had enough 13-game losing streak, comets picked opening two rounds playoffs win first 2010. began two-game winning streak unlikeliest ways tuesday, 2, knocking off third-seeded strongsville, 48-45 sectional opener. started as one might expect, heavily favored mustangs taking 27-14 lead half. but came alive third quarter put away fourth. "at halftime, defensively, was happy what we were doing," coach srnis said. "offensively, if they would just buy into little bit making some passes shooting layups, not shots, thought we'd ok. it worked out." weir, who scored points half, finished game-high 26. his second-half included 10 consecutive free throws fourth peri continued page u : r'.. f . " deputy auditor richard pless dave kukucka display an award wall presented state mary taylor excellence financial reporting. lasko) really counts city receives honor fiscal accountability lasko reporter has lot smile about these days. that's because received which less than five percent municipalities statewide qualify. commend its commitment accountability," congratulate them work being trustworthy stewards taxpayer dollars." friday, feb. 19, representative taylor's office tax dollars count reporting years 2007 2008. only lorain county receive 7 what's picture? thriving community public library this year's national week theme "communities thrive library" april 11-17. part celebration photography show. residents invited photograph minimum size 5"x7" showing means them. could photo landscape around town, club baseball team, photographer's own idea "community" seen through lens. entering entered drawing target gift card. zz o s fc esi pit 89 zi sj pr sounds sweet instrumental teacher jeff meyers been teaching fifth, sixth, seventh eighth grade district nine years. when learned he selected ohio lottery 's month county, believe it. no whatsoever my name submitted," "when got forms everything, surprise me." nominated para-professional barry kaufman ability take beginning band wing turn musical artists time enter grade. teach kids fifth don't know 4 m junior schools students. 4g7g7st.rt.10, ivcilinoton, oil l31-647-5331 iec31 322-5331 2003 olds alero gl 2.2 cylinder, automatic t ac tilt, cruise, am-f cd. 88,270 miles 7169. 2005 -lgjg chevy coupe, 22 automatic, aqtilt pwr windowslockssunroof, am-fm cd, 82,217 71 93 av20lt l. .6 stereo. 54,33 mik 7223 1;..