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n o r q i -i primary election candidates speak on may platforms - page 5 311) 5- u5 m w j : c h b a ( x -f d r- v ro to -.- or , h4 tj mo ' amherst news-tim dm wal-mart guru small business must find by.paul morton associate editor in the biblical story of david and goliath, used stone defeat giant. thursday night, 75 area merchants, officials residents heard another tell them how they can survive shadow retail giant wal-mart. ken stone, professor emeritus economics at iowa state (vtctor) ""v those bucf bites be annoying, but county health offi cials hope "herd immunity" against west nile virus will prevent major outbreaks this year. pearce: mi poses little threlat by jason hawk news-times reporter once feared as next great epidemic, threat no longer has edge. during presentation city council last week, lorain commis sioner pearce downplayed menace mosqul- to-bornc disease pose summer, saying that many have developed immunity." "generally when you sec an infectious introduced into population, public responds right away," he said. suffered its share afflictions since 2002, more than 50 per cent tests dead birds coun tywide returned positive for virus, managed stay largely isolated from howl-dy, pardner kids shupo blast with danny theellow: lab, who helped celebrate read week costume, belongs author mia coulton, shared her books university, addressed audi ence joint vocational school, telling compete world's largest retailer. was spon sored sister papers, obcrlin news-tribune wellington enterprise. newspaper group brought result fears local retailers over proposed supcrccntcr route cases, . iaiiwwcacuv;, 2003, 46year-old oberlin man contracted dis ease, well 36-year-old avon man. infected mosquitos were quickly north ridgcville department workersitest ed 2,000 sites wide. later bird bearing found township addition three nearby elyria. other human cases included 33-year-old lake woman 74-year-old woman, lived just miles amherst's northern border. past, breeding carry been concentrated along black river. friends do not expect cause continued 2 shares niche big "it is possible co-exist mass merchandise environment, change," said special speaker stdne. 20, former ames store, planned store cooper foster park drive lorain, border amherst. organized two months ago, seminar came consider it buried treasure history-hunting sleuths already do. plan tear apart paving five points intersection summer where cleveland, park, milan avenues meet main street could unearth remnants tum-of-the-century trolley car system revolutionized county. "some actually salvaged put use again. hasn't changed much, really," rail expert dennis lamont, member railway preservation group. lamont 's non-prqfiuorgam ization keeping close eve council's repave intersec tion, said, hopes some way preserve railway's remains are excavated. even most casual observers spot original tracks' imprints bulging through asphalt now, because built flush street's brick under about 14 inches asphalt. first passenger cars rolled out town southwest, columbus electric line valentine's day 1900, bound penfield junction clearview school now sits. 31 years, commuters buzz tracks destinations far mansfield, columbus, make simple 1? trip elyria 60-passenger departed every hour. powered 600-volt head cables, trolleys also power shuttle milk, mail, freight. passengers boarded station house ran east cleveland avenue. rails rode, made entrepreneur tom johnson, estab lished mill broadway grew leading producer. metal beams had mega-scholarship honor killed amount money ever replace dominic konopkn, sports scholas tic star's brother hoping new super-scholarship fund help dominic's name live forever. february 1999, pominic fell 111 flu symptom admitted cincinnati hospital, doctors survival tactics box rolls crucial development. monday approved westlakc bascd carnegie development's plea rezone land present notice jll.y p' late 1931 workers expected dig up track retool .summer. covered attacking his vital organs. four days took life. 28 years old. "each year passed tried think we keep memory alive while helping others, toward end last.year, hit me," brother, mark. solution: start scholar site sears hardware plaza road. after negotiations, resident protests, worries adverse affects surrounding businesses, allow lease $147,541-squarc foot tract stone's began history retailer ship fund. mark isn't content any ordinary award goal establish brother's rec ognize one marion l. steele high graduate each wis hefty financial reward hard academic work. end, asking busi comtinued konopka 1
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2005-04-20|
|Date of Original||2005-04-20|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2005-04-20|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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