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lady comets bounce back - page 9 guys perfect on gridiron pag amherst news- i time i- op r" it, r n o -j -i d m cn 3 mmhh ? the home opener: steele high school football team takes to field for opener friday against midview. won, 31-15. (photo by carl sullenberger) soldier leave of war, heat, hostility jason hawk news-times reporter once, amherst's joshua jasinski didn't have sweat away his day infull body armor. "iraq is hot and it smells. it's dusty windy," said 20-ycar-old private first class last week, taking a break from 150-dcgrce desert heat while leave. since april 6, has been stationed in rabbit-warren streets baghdad, working 12- 20-hour days patrolling training iraqi police officers keep peace. at all times, carries an m-249 automatic rifle, 9-mm pistol, a-24 rocket launcher, mk 19 auto grenade launcher ward off renegade guerilla attacks. past four months, he involved about 20 fircfights between military forces disgruntled militia factions. "it just depends what week is," said. "friday worst, because holy muslims. they would rather die than any other day, think pleases god." unit easily defeated rebels every attack, suffering only one casualty errant mortar blast. when not dodging bullets or performing sweeps violent extremists, helps teach native law enforcement continued 12 work baghdad where spends 24-hour shifts teaching how peace their own country. along with daily possibility firefights, must battle extreme full gear. can't vote; he'll campaign he's even old enough cast vote nov, 2, but that isn't stopping 16-year-old bradley akin playing role upcoming presiden tial election. "i like debate anybody who listens," jun ior via telephone republican national convention week. akin, founded chapter junior statesmen america year, was attending symposium new york city study its politics. "it's big sporting concert event except everybody there pretty much agrees your political views," sports everyone attendance rooting same team. if players score, cheers.' each night, found him self enjoying republican, rally superb vantage' point madison .square garden, directly front stage several rows back. tuesday seated few yards behind elizabeth dole, wife presidential candi date bob dole perhaps biggest highlight evening hearing california governor arriqld schwarzenegger speak. great called democrats 'academic girhe men.' hilarious," republicans fiscal policy part right. we don't want govern ment tells you spend money." passion politics . 11 abducted girl w.va. state troopers located 15-year-old alexandria miller outside ellenborough, w.va., yesterday afternoon, six hours after she reportedly her jackson street home. sgt. don makruski confirmed 12:30 p.m. female identify ing herself ns alex bearing tat toos matching description recov ered driver j 989 ford econolinc van attempted evade west virginia highway authorities. vehicle matched police's deacription as appeared amber alert 14 gets jazzy little 4-h girl's dream tiorsc paige kopronico, lorain county pair allowed come true liked horses younger, had always ed raise myself," junior, earned red, yellow, blue champion's ribbon raising two-year-old miniature horse. "jazzy" (her registered name many hqofs jezabcl) won koprohica fine birthday gift place halter competition aug, 24, turned years old. left, kopronlca shows jazzy. honor didn' out eight months 'harcf work. kopronica reports ah'hour-and-a-half tabl&nvok wednesday evenings saturdays muckjng stalls and' "lunging" (exercising) prodigy. "jazzy's still learning jump she's two old, doesn't do very well obstacle course," caring horse also taught some "paige sleep , cp top ribbon, golden acres worker' indicted following admission lied 78-ycar-old femilc patient's black eyes, former nursing employee grand jury. july 29, michelle johnsqp. fired position county-controlled facility, leavitt road amherst. now faces cbunt patient abuse, assault, falsifi cation documents, intim idation, could serve prison con victed. attorney michael duff' entered not-guilty plea charges johnson's behalf wednesday, accprding court documents. johnson terminated co-worker felicia mickey revealed coerced lie incident, saying threatened physically approached acres, administrators account events. both workers originally reported 78ryear-old slipped bathing pg14 v t
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2004-09-08|
|Date of Original||2004-09-08|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2004-09-08|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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