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trustee makes county bid - page 9 overconfidence bad idea 8 amherst news-tim r. t oh, rats! neighborhood panics as pets become pests by jason hawk news-times reporter nobody seems to know for sure how many rats were "released into the wild" in township's hidden valley subdivision, but one thing's sure: they aren't wel come. sheriff's department, health and township offi cials can't agree whether dccpwood drive resident michael yacobucci freed 20 or 150 of white rodents late marines will get special heartfelt letters while residents arc still recovering from new year's celebrations, staff members at public library already gearing up give group u.s. soldiers a very valentines day memory. amhcrstonian jay rudolph, 1989 graduate steele high school, is crew member aboard uss santa fc, los angclcs-class nuclear subma rine that currently deployed on six-month tour pacific ocean. when feb. 14 rolls around, he his be recipients hundreds hcart-shipcd cards written local life's gone dogs, loves it sergeant mark cawthon's life has dogs...litcrally. since 1998, work partner been german shep herd named hans. pair together 24 hours day. "i sec him more than i see my own wife," laughed cawthon. it's situation cawthon wouldn't change. canine handler shift supervisor police enjoys having career where no typical. "vc might have seven excitement, with minutes boredom, paperwork," explained "you never what expect, that's like about it." young age, knew he'd work. parents used pizza shop, helping them close night, would lis ten their scanner, enthralled activity december, some there believe number closer 100 due trapped found dead past few weeks. yacobuccis reportedly bred sale area pet stores, according court resi dent, told neighbors "became disgusted stench droppings decided just rid dumping est." continued 3 fe, angeles-class submarine, rests its home dock pearl harbor, scheduled return march after deployment pacific. school rudolph. fe sailors receive heart sent library. shipp?d port hawaii. "there million people we could done writ ing campaign for, this someone whose mother comes all time, seemed nice way heard. wanted help officers scanner. student clcarvicw sheffield, enrolled lorain jvs law enforcement program. before senior year was over may 1992, referred part time dispatcher job grafton department. months late;, moved department part-time dispatcher. same began studying science community college. became full-time dis patcher 1995, more, anxious started. because under 21 not yet an officer, so mean academy. move between killed. officials say are threat sanitary conditions subdivision. tic education care man family who serving country," said children youth serv ices director cheryl ashton. rudolph's mother, judy, she touched communi ty remember these released her son country. "it makes- me feel good, during desert storm sending oldest middle east. impor tant soldiers," sgt. k-9 officer hans woods east route 58, nuisance, said. mc happy enough do this." rudolph works machinist mate first class which launched 1992 com c ; files suit bridge seeking recoup funds lost jackson street fias co, city legal representation weighty counter-suit against bender trucking excavating avon brunkhorst engineering clinton jan. 5. made cross claim bender, filed $6 dollar oct. 29, 2003, accusing withholding pay completed bridge. selected construct july 18, 2000, states prcconstruction meeting did take place until 27, 2001, obtain approval concern construction railroad timely manner. also alleges design suitable type needed amherst; compliance guidelines established ohio transportation, american association state highway transportation officials, institute engineers; able intended speed limit 15 mph. accuses breaching duties obliga tions listed contract, including failure prepare ade 12 nord loses two murder amherst's most prominent names, nords, founders nordson corporation foundation, name sakes suffered devastating loss earli er month suspected foul play. jamaican authorities men custody michelle thornton daughter, marley. thornton, merly oberlin, grand daughter eric jane oberlin. eight-year old sis ter, .rebecca nord, 17, friday, 2. investigators stabbed marley appeared strangled, both bound hand foot, eight years virginia, mar ried b. bf philanthropists t. jane. nord. died w ppf f ii
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2004-01-14|
|Date of Original||2004-01-14|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2004-01-14|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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