club seeks hunting rights - pag n o !-! if -j- t amh tim family safe after crash page 2 c ti r- 3 : 52 i m 05 f tr; 35 d 73 fo tn erst x lottery buddies sue man to split winnings by jason hawk news-times reporter when stephen kyle told his wife he had a winning mcgamillions ticket worth $175,000, she thought was lying until saw the stub. co-workers at olmsted falls post office found out, they took him court. kyle, 5 1 , of amherst, one 20 mail service workers chip-in $5 share for weekly purchases over past four years. now seven arc suing june 25 winnings, saying hit it big with 18-19-29-32-42 combi nation, and that is defraud ing them pay-off. but contends purchased stub from shaker's ioa in township own cash, 100 tickets pool funds yielded just $2 winner. "i truth, apparently some didn't believe mc," said july having paperwork filed against cuyahoga county common picas "there's continued on 10 schools resolve sprinkler dilemma lack sprinklers steele high school ignited hot debate between board officials city inspectors last week, those flames were doused early monday morning. pacing criticism amherst fire building departments declining include $212,500 renovation project, assis tant district superintendent bob wiersum threatened appeal state authorities allow overhaul continue as-is. "we decided go through adjudication process," members. "everything ready go, then all sudden (build ing) department says want throw oyt." boynton set take their case ohio appeals an effort override ruling offi cials, said, finally struck deal chief wayne northeim monday. lieu $20,000 system, green-lighted use smoke detectorheat detectorduct detector system. wjcrsum estimated will save taxpayers $17,000. know only have certain number dollars work with. we agree safety comes first, this solu tion addressed both problems," news-times. compromise possible because space question restructured two-classroom area be used hand ful employees as not students, said. efforts schobi contracted majzun construction co. 12 fun jambor-weeee! boy scouts silly clown helped make 2004 old time jamboree success weekend, traditional parade other activities. see 9 more photos amherst's signature celebration. hotels, course proposa quarry cjum oart massive recreation hotel complex may dominate skyline soon, its foundation lit erally sandstone. european coalition $23 million option purchase cleveland quarries within next 13 months wants build "world-class" golf pair "seven-star" hotels about 900 acres sprawling portions township, south brownhclm trustee ncal lynch wednesday. england-based trans securities international, llp, hopes pur chase convert into upscale entertainment destination high-end resi dential development five including initial pro posal, which made . zoning tesi repre sentative neil pike 24, neal asks com munity leaders input posal. are provisions 150-acre, 18-holc course, flanking each side devel opment's route 113 entrance, cinema, retail shopping plaza restaurants, convention center wfth underground .4r. michael gillam new principal templeton transferred junior paul morton associate editor few weeks find school, needed look elyria gillam. hired thursday meeting, been rescheduled order meet deadline hiring principal. replaces former jeff riesen, whose resignation accepted emergency meeting 1. has served six prior k-8 lorain. also industrial technologies teacher lorain north carolina. robert other, administrators reviewed applica tions candidates, interviewed 10, sever al current employees. gillam's experience in, large gave advantage applicants. "given situation, wcro looking person cxperi cheft principal," "in fact, exception inside every princi pal." surprised candidates applied. riesen announced foot ball coach 9, leaying replacement. "my biggest concern mr. resig nation was, how wc going good reception welcome librarian 22 amliersj public library help wel come director, jefi skagg3, wife, julie. recently relocated bsmcsvjlleyohio. special held thursday,' 22, 6 8 p.m. library; invited; reficsh-it merits served.