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defense dominaies rc- id amherst news-times -" ' 's 1 taxes? pay. more iril ft inr n the comets homecoming parade will start at 6 p.m. steele high school on thursday, sept. 23. anyone who wishes to be part of should call (440) 988-4433. route school, turn left sunrise drive, lincoln , street, cornell avenue, and then stadium. line-up for is 5:1 5 floats represent a group, or organization in positive manner. bonfire held immediately after behind near tennis courts. elementary students must accompanied by an adult attend. cometsjaome-" coming court, including king queen, named prior football game against westlake friday, 24. festivities 7 p.m., with kickoff 7:30 annual dance following cafeteria. tickets are $7, only permitted purchase ticket pay $5 attend dance. morning book club public library meet wednesday, 22, 10 am library. they discuss "a lesson before dying" ernest j. gaines. see our complete bulletin board page 3. send news items to: ; newstheoberiinnews.co m p.o. box 67, amherst. treasurer says offenders court costs jason hawk reporter tax-dodgers could soon responsible than just their outstanding bills. might also have paying fees lawyers sue them behalf city. routinely files suit residents businesses get back taxes. right now, city has attorney out courtroom winnings. but mark hullman wants council change law so that taxes plus all those extra costs. michael kepchar, spokesman keith d. t v-i weiner & assoc., lpa, told fd vi 1111 ,31 iiuuiivw vvuuiuuvv via h 'm monday his firm suc-f rpqsfnllv rntlcrtprl $225,000 from delinquent taxpayers since 2007. during same time, city's paid about $69,000 services. auditor david kukucka said beefing up existing collections laws would "good move city" congratulated suggesting them. closely related measure, looking cracking down fraudulent corporate bookkeepers. scott paris, colleague asked officials target companies withhold income employee paychecks never hand over continued 2a ml hunting cash, historical society sells its treasures you ever wanted african fertility idol? 12-foot-long python skin? market baby grand piano? listen up: these yours as the, . f dusts off some forgotten auction early october. "i'll point. we need money," ron sauer, curator sandstone center museum. been hit hard recession. donations aren't flowing ,'y-t ..- ii ims? l"fh - ! r- v lift x ." -mm. -i w s.f p photos museum sauer shows idol, carved bird, 25,000-year-old giant bear tooth, chinese clock. veterans walk 'aisle honor' ez o s ei eorw c 5" -m 2 r 3: -1 c? st. joseph gathered around flag pole friday honor men served u.s. military. dave spanski, eric korbel, krebs, tom ryan, don somogyi were guests honor. together, walked "aisle honor" formed applauding staff, several whom broke into tears thanks. scouts ethan stencil tim defranco raised flag, playing 'taps" trumpet. song "god bless usa" "the star-spangled banner." later day, children made cards wrote letters military personnel through soldiers' angels, non-profit aims comfort boost moral american troops. k-.v dp7'' i. 3 y i photo veteran spanski receives applause handshakes school. childhood obesity crisis fought schools; j susan watson nus flneh wip'rp nrt opttino 1" -;tt any thinner. "obesity isn't expanding waistlines. it's considered epidemic, next month schools collecting data exactly how much fat burdening local students. 1,000 body mass index (bmi) measurements taken using relative height weight find whether risk cardiovascular disease, diabetes, blood pressure, arthritis, cancer, other ailments. push due introduced june state senators kearney (d-cincinnati) kevin coughlin (r-cuyahoga falls) passed bipartisan support. dubbed healthy choices act, senate bill 0 calls kindergarten grades three, five, eight tested. it asks provide healthier food beverage make time day rigorous physical activity. "one three born ohio overweight third grade, array chronic preventable conditions. clearly duty combat this problem," gov. ted strickland said. watson, director health schools, she expects here fairly : 8a welcomes student writers readers: may noticed few new bylines floating pages recent weeks. that's because we've given journalism chance published curriculum. teens covering events, sports, features graded work. week, we're giving entire can learn desktop publishing graphic design. space weve donated replaces old newspaper, record. far, young women done terrific job, forward seeing grow. hope writing even give advantage finding careers news. y'arrr lookih' good, guvs 'ill i... -r '-..ifirf. jm .j 'it ,ff '.v ahoy, mateysl james green, torres;' gabe kirschner celebrate international talk like pirate which was sunday. powers teacher meg riegler used holiday, invented 1996 two oregon men, her lessons last week. observers holiday encouraged use "pirate speak" popularized robert louis stephenson's classic treasure island." i3s
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2010-09-22|
|Date of Original||2010-09-22|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2010-09-22 91 38|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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