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effiwhoda. k9uud senior 1 bad day r 'section amherst news-times ; qms i uuu steele high school students have a one-hour early dismissal on thursday, nov. 11. vfw post 1662, located at 165 cleveland ave., will fish fry friday, 12. tickets are $10 each and dinner is served from 5-8 p.m. the event open to public. for more information or tickets, call (440) 988-8102. mls theatre com- eany presents "the lound of baskervilles" by sir arthur conan doyle, adapted tim kelly. "dinner moors" production show be held saturday, 13, 6 north gymnasium. diners help gather clues' about unusual occurances baskerville hall townsfolk village tracey coombes. .' complete details, see page 3. ten-year-old cancer survivor emily zichi sponsoring emily's hopeful holiday, fundraiser benefit families rainbow babies & children's hospital. ' an house ziggy's bar grille, 193 park sunday, 14, 3-7 information, schools host public forum 7 tuesday, 16, discuss its strategies coming years. meeting in cafetorium. discussion recreation center joint venture with metroparks agenda. our - bulletin board send news kerns to: rwvtheoberlinnews.com r&r p.o.(bp(j37rn.hrst. w o s e t5 2 vi c 5 8 w' jr z . numbers 9,144 54.52 number registered voters polling districts. bv percentage who took part fall 2010 election it tjfi lorain jju u supported library levy ! 40.05 fflcebook feedback why do you think rejected library's bond issue? amy verhovec keyes young "with highway that we technology, libraries becoming outdated. now portable readers just every home has internet. no longer need research enjoyment reading. people don't want pay something they use." jlllianne fitzpatrick "i am resident amherst, very sad this issue didnt pass. use love it. where else can rent books movies free? get it's electronic age, but still ebooks monthly netflix membership movie. needed new library." carol bradshaw fast forgetting libraries. seems like time newspaper, another branch here california closing. sad. sorry hear failure amherst." catherine tarcson truthfully, work college run down into information." diana asel fessler feel economy. afraid say yes then not able until economy looks up, gonna thing many things fail." precinct picture here's how voted issue: mm 1-v l l-r- h5 n 1a 194 200 1b 215 171 1c 221 238 2a 219 186 2b 202 212 2c 222 197 3a 178 155 3b 169 198 3c 150 173 4a 208 248 4b 182 227 4c 144 207 strike two jason hawk reporter mighty groan went up as supporters heard news. all precincts counted, final night tally killed hopes building $1 million addition. failed four-percent margin, 4,188 backing 4,541 opposing tax increase.' had passed, measure would cost owners $2.96 per month $100,000 valuation their properties. times. taxed death can't handle any more," said trustee marilyn jenne. "it's real shame." when county elections posted first 22 results 8:38 p.m., vote stood 43 56 percent. odds did improve much wore on. votes against consistently outpaced those 300 400 ballots reported in. who's library, school, local government officials crowded tiny community room after hours watch roll midway through night, spirits rose several avon, clearview, columbia, keystone won voter approval despite predictions federal mid-term bring flood fiscally conservative, anti-tax polls. children services also levies, giving spark hope residents could likewise line behind increase. faith fell flat 10 last were reported. continued 5a powder puff girls " y v j a30pf t f l,mr-irr "iii .irt 1' photo randy meyers sophomore varouh tries avoid freshman cortney schroeder annual football game friday school. photos, 4b. size follows industry notice slimmer, trimmer look week. that's because little narrower than usual. trimmed paper inches starting smaller allow us keep some expense down. newsprint one largest expenses putting out paper, reducing your few inches, make big -difference small newspaper. gone percent since january. reduced trends taken place most newspapers united states. try take advantage provide quality which proud. appreciate support subscribers advertisers. family feast v: doris glavan (front) joined granddaughter kara gelenius, daughter deb special friends marge ingwer pyles. retirement serves thanksgiving hundreds came sunday visitors flooded manor share turkey, conversation, hugs. 500 during center's meal, tradition stretching back decade. there so attendance tables set throughout manor's hallways sure everyone seated. forward year. lot them go family," assisted living director medina gonzalez. 20 members around 7a j! 112
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2010-11-10|
|Date of Original||2010-11-10|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2010-11-10 91 45|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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