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shullick family files suit - page 16 amherst news-time t n o r jo x h ro r- a c m j" w hi -n xumo 5 xi babich makes sax sing 13 riding the big chill with normal temperatures for this week around freezing point, residents like 10-year-old michael butrey were shocked when it hit eight degrees monday, still man aged to brave popular golden acres sledding hill, though. weather facts average tempera ture is 32 degrees, and january 25.1 lowest averages of year. lows in are typically 18-degree mark, highs 33"degrees. city-tends -to-see days precipita tion 24 cloudy each january. amherst's snowfall measures 13.4 inches (the highest any month) 56.4 annually. winds reach speeds 12 mph, ' mo 01 meet k-9 officer ban furry friend training fight crime by jason hawk news-times reporter he doesn't carry gun, nightstick, handcuffs, or even taser. fact, without oppos able thumbs can't anything. he's only 19 months old boot but you could say newest cop on block has real nose crime. bandit, freshest (and furriest though not much) police squad. at 97 pounds abdut three feet tall, german shepherd, law keeper also thief who's already stealing hearts his human co-workers. that's especially true handler, sgt. mark cawthon, who struggling loss king "hans" hcinikcn ii, mer partner died heart failure november. paired hans six years work home, cawthon developed an unbreakable emotional attachment drug-sniffing, tail-wagging counterpart. that lqve was tested day after hans's memorial, reu-eyed met bandit first time. "it whirlwind emotions day. i knew i-hadrto takeif iirttrldcahd go on,' recalls. "i mourn ing 'my friend, my wife reminded me wouldn't want giyc up working dogs." rsady "turn over leash" quite yet, pushed pain aside ran track within hours death. continued 14 10 old, ready streets looking illegal drugs suspects. voters schools: give us second chance 'after feedback, school board will likely propose another levy may ballot concerned about budget cuts pay-to-play athletics, e20 district res idents cast votes last thursday hight during special meeting balled decide bow best handle fiscal cri- kis. moment jjppears solution once again rest hands hie voters. fuel running low from 4.9-mill passed 1995, no income failed 5,9-mill past november, mem bers faced cutting $2 million next year's avoiding $8 deficit 2009. more than 300 audience members gathered steele .'high public forum presented two alter natives on-the-spot poll how crisis: option one: pass 5.9-mill 3 primary elec restore half enacted, replace funding core curriculum tutors, ohio graduation test transportation, extra curricular activities. among already-implemented changes would be restored un'der one temporary new open enrollment students, elimination janitors administrative staff. passage increase-the taxes $100,000 home $180.66 per year, according district-provided figures. optlpn twi: do place newoptio ball maintain all cuts:. 1 keep have they got tale "have story...will travel" seems motto storytelling club st. joseph amherst. send its students finals national youth olympics pigeon forge, tenn., february. brothers dru marcucci, fourth grades sjs, "tandem tellers", dramatize "spot's christmas present," story puppy cannot bark. seven youngest storyteller ever attend finals. arc 23 young people vs. conference. stoiytelling year sent both years. "this outstanding achievement," said advisor donna kuczynski, applauding kids' enthusiasm commitment attending weekly meetings telling stories area assemblies club3. finalist school, anna wagner, finished as semifinalist higher age category. marcucci receive stipends award. kuczynski anyone interested sliop jan, 22 1'.30 3:30 amherit nordson depot. speaking workshop kevin cordi started program handfonj, calif., who' doctorate state university. bl j milchae! catholic gift gab. k schools solvent until 2012, occur made side step spending. cost trimming necessarily fat, relief, wil) forced make four percent reduction full-time teaching staff, slash .aides monitors half, cut indeterminate number of. tidmin- eiiey not-guilty accused slashings, elyria says innocent oducation feb. 17 4 p.m. attempt the. mky ballot. expected campaign their 15 meeting. kb lv! 0 s brutally attacking woman kitchen kinife north ridge road morning'jsays innot cent. video arraignment wednesday lqraiu county jail, where being held $1 bond, shawn kelley, 29, elyria, pleaded guilty charges stemming incident. kelley charged counts attempted mur der felonious assault allegedly assaulting 43-ycar-old charles baker iii township, 41 'year-old girlfriend, tammy lutz, while slept upstairs bed room. lutz woke almost immediate ly struggle ensued which received stab wounds neck chest. finally wrest small weapon away alleged assailant, tan unclothed house seeking help neighbors, called 911. dispatchers nearby residence, had found back door unlatched, assis tance attempting identl-
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2005-01-19|
|Date of Original||2005-01-19|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2005-01-19|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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