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read, earn prizes - page 8 dejesus is mr. baseball p 1 a r r- n c 4 if amherst news-tim i "ii1! ll it we duiiq 11, mey may con nearly $50,000 in donations be key to getting memorial by jason hawk news-times reporter when county veterans group dissolved sure-fire tics over the construction of new vietnam monument, have also abandoned police bust 5 students high school graduation natu rally means parties, but for local youngsters, underage drinking and did not mix well during celebration last sunday morning. according report, at approximately 12:20 a.m., neighbors lodged loud noise complaint. 6fficcrs arrived scene, they checked license plates on near vehicles attempted contact parents. lights residence were turned out, parents helped coerce partygoers outside. officers then questioned each teenager about what beverages had consumed quanti ties. administered breath tests, subsequently charged -the 'host, 18-ycar-oid brian gilles, with consump tion' sale alcohol . 'underage persons. nine, other adults sumption: residents michael cariglio, 18, kevin caesar, jonathon korinko, kelsey sullivan, 19, ryan templeton, ashley wallace, 18; lorain madcritz, jack stetak, 19; oberlin resident fallon' burgdorf, 18. four 17-year-olds 16-year-old, all from amherst, cited sumption released scene. oilles, wallace are graduating seniors steele class 2004. prices cause gas city costs escalate; contracts negotiated ; think cost drag ging you down? try filling up .60-vehicles. that's struggle facing administrators now, after sign ing contract purchase maximum 80,000 gallons this year vaugh oil kjyria. i.the game plan fo cut down our use as much reason ably, possible," said safetyserv ice director dennis clotz. ".we're telling workers to. leave running wl)ilc they're sitting. there's else can do save .because keep rjiany vehicles, like cars, qn'the road time." ' recent award, which switched providers universal or cleveland yaiigh oh, stipulates three cehf-per gallon delivery top 6f fluctuating rate, clotz tax-exempt sta- donations, source close project inst week. "we've already sent letter saying money still table (the memorial) comes amherst. donors arc committed, we're making some efforts entice ward, rachel wasilk palace tus has been paying roughly $1.49 per regular unleaded. many city's larger trucks fire engines, snow plows, salt spreaders well-as machinery waste water treatment plant north lake street, diesel fuel, consistently runs 15 cents less. "we probably won't gallons," said. "hopefully we'll get better price sometime later year. really only ofie pipeline that focal on, i'm no expert hope see drop sig- continued 0 them," former council member david williams, who broker deal build street monument honoring 98 men died serving their country. williams six firmed pledged between $42,000 put daze behind graduates jennifer kelly proud receive diplomas civic theater broadway, schools ok despite increased bus pump prices, aren't drilling too far into district's budget, employees report. transportation norm miller told week his crew frequently checks tire pressure maintain mileage 30 buses, routes calcu lated minimize consumption. "we're lean an amount busing wc can. using fewer buses number than any district area," miller, whose service 50 percent schoolers, 80 junior students, 90 middle elementary ers. always thinking what's niost efficient safest way make route. safety one cern, efficiency is, two, toward in-kind services 2,500-squarc foot plaza, lie was works secure additional committee pulled out verbal lorain. 2004's 368 graduat seniors, 71 whom heading college fall, counselors. pains time three, every thing falls play that," he task redrawing becomes more difficult fall subdivisions pop up. year, faces ever tougher tries corners reduce without compromis while trying accommodate cvcr-incrcas student load. assistant super intendent dob wiersum, 20012002 dis trict's averaged 9,000 miles 20032004, 15.000 miles. change, said, attributed fourth run being added, trips, longer trips. increase will necessitate adding fleet due wear them, mass isn"t energy-related line item treasurer shirley antel watch buildings operate natural heating air condi tioning. belong aggregate sortium through educational center ohio council, seen "insignificant" $2,800 budget the.past months. 6 donors, private busi ness women willing donate materials, labor, ground preparation, land scaping, lighting elec trical work site, addition paired resolution pbbbbwkysi' bbppsjwsslwffpik bbkbh head wes immler led classmates 4.33 gpa, named valedictorian glass ho plans attend northern university study pro-pharmacy premed. dedicate sewers, lines, storm drainage, perpetual maintenance site conjunction beaver creek reservation mctropark, "our organizations 12 dovala pleads guilty melissa stood calm straight-faced wednesday, refusing break silence charges read against her common pleas court death fivc-mdnth-old riley harris smath. 32-year-old woman's attorney, james burgc, spoke arraignment, entering not-guilty plea response two counts murder, involuntary manslaughter, felo nious assault, endangering children. dovala's case heard judge edward zaleski, pre trial hearing slated june 14 8:30 a.m. prosecution, cuyahoga prose cutor mark mahoncy, tight-lipped past week, wijl be. releasing details until the, date. mahoncy label s math's "high-priority case" commenting evidence could compromise arguments position victim's family. smath taken hospital orthopedic specialty feb. mother, eileen callahan lorain, picked him home. infant's baby-sitter. fivc-month-old pro nounced dead day, coroner paul matus caused multiple blunt impact skull fractures. remains free property bond $25,000 personal bond. bi k v
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2004-06-09|
|Date of Original||2004-06-09|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2004-06-09|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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