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community chorus on stage - page 2 storytime has train theme pad n (t c t ' 0 " b a. ro amherst news-time si schools must cut $2 million boe introduces two-phase plan by paul morton associate editor the regional scmifinalist football team and state finalist marching band arc in danger of not performing at all next year as result spending cuts enacted last week board education. their nov. 22 meeting, educa tion unanimously approved a finance committee recommendation to extracurricular activ ities, effective july 1 , 2005, part reductions aimed avoiding deficit 2009. superintendent robert boynton said were failure 5.9-mill levy ballot. he earlier this conducted survey, asking residents if they would prefer an expanded school program 7.9-mill levy, maintaining existing pro gram with or cutting $1 .5 from budget. majority responses sur vey indicated should try for 5.9 mill levy. election, failed 59.5 percent voting against it. "obviously, saying 'no,' survey cards wrong," said. "what continued 7 man 3 v3 if! falls deal i manor resident had been facility three hours jason hawk news-times reporter officials will launch probe examine death 82-ycar-old nursing home who fell third-story window after removing screen, although local authorities do suspect foul play criminal neg lect. ohio department health spokesperson lcc yoakum his agency, which is responsible monitoring homes, investigate incident through its bureau regulatory compliance, though offered no target date monday. police chief lonnic dillon told that department's review ended pending findings, likely be released until independent inquiries behalf have completed. "from indications, say we're satisfied point was accident," "i haven't scer coroner's report, but my understanding ruling well." john e. shullick, former welder u.s. steel veteran r iii mi m,m' fsbmcmbbmmmmimi-m-m mm manor, owned sprenger retirement centers, existed since 1959. owns total eight long-term care facilities ohio. civilian conservation corps army, ruled dead arrival hospital emergency room wednesday falling third story win dow north lake street. reportedly resided autumn aegis ill lorain about month transferred day death, before fatal fall. according report filed ptl. kurt ochlstrom, shullick workers during admission process intended leave building. aged previ ously, employee police. oehlstrom's states jinjjther bath- . door closed, bathing another client, when she "heard noise." found wheelchair-bound hallway outside her room, where inside crank-operated window's screen removed. seen "there signs showed mr. exited via any other means than own," ochlstrom wrote. way determine possibly thinking first floor." mechanism, noted, made it "nearly impossible just 'fall' out," coroner stated caused multiple chest head trauma, victim's son father poor vision. "it's really tough," shullick's son, r., 39, grecnway drive, elyria. "i'm dev astated. it's shocking disturb ing, very hard handle those feelings get mixed up." monday morning, still yet received official results investigation into father's 8 can't stump guy bill ketz, 29, owner tree removal service, takes chomp out lunch hot dog heaven friday afternoon heather pat mott. kyle, relatives holiday hurrah trees, trains & treats' weekend downtown main street present annual "trees, treats" celebration weekend. event begins friday, dec. 3, held 5-9 p.m. lighting ceremony 6 city hall. center, attractions include display, carolers, bake sale raffle (tickets are each) 6:30 9 6-7 p.m., storytelling organization hol iday stories. santa arrives between 6:30-7 shops remain open shoppers. saturday, 4, 10 a.m. 4 p.m model display center downtown. sunday, 5, breakfast fire station, 414 church st. cost donation. drawing opens secret shop nordson kids children invited santa's depot. able purchase reasonably priced gifts friends family atmosphere. sponsored women's league ceeds used benefit league's scholarship fund given graduating seniors steele high school. there's place like these yorkies anne price dorothy toto "saved life," so mary sullenberger decided help yorkshire terriers learn "there's home." adopting love dottie toto. two couple's yorkies, hus carl formed united yorkie rescue, nation al coalition focused finding homes aban doned surrendered members breed. director elyria memorial en native, tlie being diagnosed ms herself longer working. purchasing and, years later, pet store, "fell love, then felt guilty. didn't know anything puppy mills backyard breeders stores animals sell," studying up "appalled horrified" ty what discovered. joined res cue group because there standards back yard breeding. often puppies social ization aside breeding," explained. sullenbergers rescue aug. 2002. volunteers throughout u.s., aver ages 1'15 time spreud across 30 coast coast. placed 550 dogs "have 60-100 getting care," "vets" come under care, regard less cost. fees constitute bulk group's approximate income $228,000 comes donations sales yorkic-rclated items website. twelve non-profit goes costs supplies such harness es, leashes, special diets, postage insurance liability. absolute must, mary. "our policy take every sin gle needed one find home. we've adopted 'no bite' policy, however, due liability issues costly practice centers around trans porting new each transported corvette, handed-off along holds sadie, dottie. yorkie, while wife,
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2004-12-01|
|Date of Original||2004-12-01|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2004-12-01|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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