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x'fo ii baron ,rv ;cup :jwj .- ; pcgo ib - r 1 0-point victory pago 2b ml iihh in mi )h ifc iiiiiiiiii il mill li iliiiiliil w3m amherst -news-times sr.-. youth soccer registration for spring games will be thursday, feb. 17, from 6-8 p.m. at the nordson depot amherst. is boys and girls ages four to 14 as of july 31,2011. see page 3 fees requirements. comedy night amherst, sponsored by area republican central committee featuring critically-acclaimed carol pennington, held on friday, 18. doors open 6:45 show starts 7:30 vfw. post 1662, 165 cleveland ave. this isapg-13 evening. tickets are $1 5 may purchased calling 985-3332.. steele home run boosters' annual steak fry saturday, 19, 6-1 1:30 eagles club, 1161 milan dinner served 6:30-8:30 includes a dinner, beer, soda, reserve raffle. ticket information, 3. give readers highest quality lowest cost, ohio community media staff have decided that we do not need three different fax numbers cities covered our newspapers. result, we've centralized qur communications oberlin number. send your faxes news-times (440)774-2167. complete ' bulletin board news items to: newstheobeiiinnews.com or p.o. box 67, i ft iw .. "i j zl n o 2 8 e sls : i- s &z w v z 5" " 9 . m f b city mayor david taylor delivered his state address elected officials monday night. here speech its entirety: "as enter my administration's eighth year, continue pride ourselves being fiscally sound, responsible , pru dent. "due marketplace paying very little interest investments over last few years, having decline income tax receipts 2010 201 1, still stable solvent both general fund revenue accounts 1. "with probability facing cuts local government funds out woods financial future 'v. remains an on-going concern. "presently negotations with opba (full-time police), full-time dispatchers, part-time patrol, afscme (service) unions, well non-bargaining employees. "it incumbent unions employees partnership us helping work through current issues keeping solvent. want congratulate joe kucirek appointment chief police. recent promotion vacates lieutenant's position police department. continued 5a 4,000 miles hope $ .mi limit, titi.i mimj t mmmnf m.i lmmr. fcw i-ni tlhl mlf u ! "; it j- mmm i' p y l ? aft 4 111 imt 18irlp -w submitted photo native jason lowman pauses during training saturday morning arthur ravenal jr. bridge charleston, s.c. mm cycle across country hawk reporter epic cross-country adventure begin june when u.s. navy electronics technician makes 4,000-mile bike trek raise money cancer research. lowman, 1998 graduate high school, pedal astoria, ore., s.c, course two months. he plans ride 75 100 every day, taking time off only some sundays stops centers along route. has been christened "4,000 hope" honor nearly "ft 'f i,., people diagnosed day. goal: 100,000 programs nation, but especially south carolina where he's stationed six years. "this year big leap faith. won't working months i'll riding, so i'm trying save up money," said. "but worth if can help who really help." first experience came lived attended st. peter united church christ. mary nichols, church's christian education director close friend family, died cancer. saw all unfold, didn't sink until later. then started realize how many around me impacted cancer," special olympics ...,, virtv'z- sunday's game benefit players like zach zabodos. wheelchair cavs play sunday officers teachers team against cavaliers charity school. there also appearance half-time skills demonstration basketball cheerleaders. event benefits program. available $5 door $4 each pre-sale groups 25 more. teacher brian kelly coach team, which assistant athletic dave zvara, powers tiffany leavitt come holland, shupe harris todd engle, junior kirk hagerich, scott haber dean lowe, alumna mandy (who sister olympian), mike murphy, jacob perez, rosebeck, joseph kucirek. olympians demonstrate their 25, comets varsity game. they take part north regional competition 26, lorain county college. council dodge drive gate debate hits agenda monday, 21, 7 it's almost since tooth-and-nail fight controversial swing drive. now issue raised again. ward councilman glenn loughrie called building lands discuss tearing down metal gate, blocks traffic between dodge, lancer, royal drives rt. 58. discussion hall main street. residents northpointe estates asked times past years removed. they've shot times. february, voted 5-2 keep intact. one point, vandals took matter into own hands ripped gate. later found muddy retention pond behind moosehead restaurant. workers replaced decision could made whether should remain. csmcfia mm. (448) mi-2s01 hml newstheoberlinnews.com fax: (440) 774-2167 ishcsyiisssi $34 per county, $44 outside county. senior (60) rates $29 in-county $39 out-of-county. cssfth sjudi drug mart, iga, dairy party shop, piggy's street, oonveniem, convenient txpress, hue aid, uiant tagie, get-go
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2011-02-16|
|Date of Original||2011-02-16|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2011-02-16 92 7|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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