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rotary aids tsunami relief - page 2 nord searching for principal 3 ews-tim r f1 c 'ji m ry l " h j o : q 7 jo is ihl i (- r- ) oo n st boe votes to by paul morton associate editor reluctantly, the amherst school board voted monday lay off 56 employees including bus drivers, monitors, teachers aides, custodians, core curricu lum tutors and ohio graduation test in their continuing efforts save $2 million a year, sylvia pintur of toby, star, zoe north main crash caused heart , failure, police say attack most likely ridgeville man ride street guardrails about 50 feet last wednesday before crashing into telephone pole coming stop, said. . edward abt, 63, pitts road, was heading south bound near long alley around 10:25 a.m. when he failed negotiate curve. his 1992 nissan centra careened onto bemi slid 90-degree arc, stopping perpendicular roadway, according captain dennis seger. paramedics said abt unresponsive at scene, taken hospital orthopedic specialty. services where declared dead on arrival. rescue workers also reported that man, who wearing seatbelt, had no life-threatening injuries. seger information from lorain county coronor matus indicates suf fered lost consciousness while with eyes downcast sad ness voices, 5-0 eliminate jobs. president ron yacobozzi it difficult decision has made. "any time you have cut one person, it's difficult," "but make people, extremely difficult. never easy." let walks her beloved pups skeeter, tasha beaver creek curve rode guard rail rest. approaching curb. officers believe road conditions were not factor are calling incident an auto-related fatality. several wires between twp area utility poles snapped during ordeal line ripped nearby home, but maintain there loss power area. remained closed hour emer gency 'crews elearei wreckage. superintendent robert bovnton first reduction force related finances schools since 1981. cuts made minimize impact classrooms, education process will nonetheless suffer. "you can't lose people still provide same services, fiot going happen," boyntbn "however, doqs out? metropark's shady trails monday, as more than twoflnches snow melts away. v team lisa' vwalks jason hawk news-times reporter little joseph carroll only been walking few months, knows he'll be putting new-found skill good use next week. 18-month-cld march along ojerlin streets support aunt, lisa dombrosky, vic tim neurological disorder multiple sclerosis. "at we thought flu," lisa, diag nosed ms 15-year-old steele high sophomore nine years ago. "the doctors didn't know what think. they could even viral brain infection. my life over." fact usually occurs 24 48 old threw specialists off, speculated everything blood pressure tight ham strings. "nobody figured would mother, jean, recalls daughter's major attack, which temporary blindness. two ago, news times talked ths disease its symptoms, abnonnal fatigue, balance, stiffness, .bladder problems, periodic sensory plack-outs, paralysis. then, condition continued pago 9 regardless time, educa tion this administration fiscally responsible." effective june 30, involve 29 non-certified staff, 27 certified staff. classroom non-renewed, though boynton fewer system year. "there three 'less all "7 am one, 'team composed stacie strlckler,, don, david, diane, (front) jssslca sommors, nora joe carroll. through attrition," "we anybody." layoffs part plan, announced following failure levy november, reduce expenses among those busing pay-to-participate program extracurricular activities. if new 5.9-mill passes tuesday, common elements can used meth. meth-making lab found wilson home potentially explosive stock pile fertilizer components toxic materials" discovered makeshift methampheta mine or "meth" township basement mid morning raid fed eral officers. stephen c. wilson, 39, 6499 s. dewey rd., arrest ed sheriff's deputies strike short ly after 10:30 a.m., charged felony counts assembling hazardous chemicals mak ing meth, jail held without bond. shcntf's cavanaugh, heads drug task force, tell how department learned one. cannot do everything, interfere do." may 3, soi juld restored. include some, laid-off personnel. "it our hope .we recommendation rehire 26 these peo ple," "we'd recommending tutors, couple learning methamphetamine busts increased dra matically statewide recent years. clandestine operation because inves tigation, reinforced dan ger drug-making posed. portable laboratory extreme dangerous," "this 12 cure ,;up-ffl mm 1m hm' hi 80 1 hl'fll libi'l-l 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2005-04-27|
|Date of Original||2005-04-27|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2005-04-27|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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