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f new nord principal chosen - page 3 , sports families wrestle fees 6 r- n o t x rflh c a 3: ro oj 5- m w tn : r h 31 ( amherst news-tim r. i -j j t1 vj iiiiiimui iii til raid thwarts drunken shooting threat two days after the end of tense wellington stand-off, police were afraid they might have similar situation when forest green drive man allegedly brandished shotgun and threatened to start during an early morning domes tic dispute. joseph songer jr., 30, was arrested sunday, may 29, encounter with his wife gambler alive carjacking by detroit 'prostitute' found him, 46-year-old jefferson wilson lying in hospital emergency room bed suffering from gunshot wounds. wilson, tarry lane amherst, shot clean through forearm hip on 24 wild night gambling, women, drugs that ended violent alleyway carjacking, he told officers whtlc recovering. sgt. dan jasinski chief lonnie dillon responded talk 25, while patrolman luther smith captain dennis seger tracked down wilson's vehicle dis carded bloody jeans, sweatshirt, t-shirt at house-. according report released went grcektown gamble 24, playing texas hold 'cm for several hours before leaving casino find motel. way, saw blond female named tia, whom believed be prostitute, invited her room, accord ing report. there, report, didn't engage sexual activity but used various illegal drugs, including crack cocaine. around 7 ajn. next morn ing, woman refused leave until agreed give ride; minutes later, alley, 11a sat gearshift 2002 chrysler sebring prevent car moving 9mm pistol-wielding black females approached began beating butts their weapons. opened door, one assailant put gun against other held under ear. altercation left arm hip, police, did not real ize it escaped. also said heard women yell she had been shot. blood rear driver's seat took three fingerprints passenger-side door. prints lifted dri ver's side door und window. chrysler's front window cracked. membcr'of continued 9 prompted contact shortly 3:15 a.m. mark cawthon j.r. ptacck asleep bedroom; kept 12-guage bed, june discussing incident cause any more problems. 3:48 ajn., patchers received 911 call songcr's stating husband loading yelling would shoot anyone included who tried enter home, reports reveal. inside residence songcrs' small daughters family friend boyfriend. makruski zack horning circled home survey (he glass sliding door; there listened rant lorivc if gave him $10,000 thai site could perform acts another male. further exacerbated dog wandered close barking. response, shouting "i'm gonna get my bul let ass!" rushed upstairs. makruski, fearing safety bystanders inside, baton break inside. ptacek sound breaking songor jr. couldn't prouder, neither we. class 2005 proved itself most successful, resourceful student bodies recent steele high school histo ry, receiving overwhelm accolades areas academics, sports, music, community service. those merits well-rewarded sunday students some pensive, excited, nervous, exuberant diplomas 118th commencement. it's mission accomplished jason hawk news-times reporter than 16,000 spent writing essays, poring over maps, handling beakers frothy chemicals, scribbling equations, good-bye lorain palace civic theater. "for me, this is comple tion assignment. finished product," superin tendent robert boyntoh addressed gold gowned 1 8th history. advice 312 young proteges: humble, posi tive, strive best, treat .people respect, devel op spiritual faith. heeding words was' valedicto rian jordan murray, top 'honors incredible 4.231 gpa, insisted final day as senior much like first kindergartner. "school big kids," said. "it inconceivable we should our homes become kids too? despite differences color book bag size lunch box anticipation last identical; scary exciting wrapped together, president andy wincmillcr thanked teach ers inspired cracked jokes, asking fel low grads "keep minds open these lessons life," county joint vocational scholar sydney naegcle assembly thankful practical work experience ' received. perhaps touching all, graduate todd denger reworded years thorny problem: cactus lover landlord locked eviction debate troy slglar organic skyline jut ting horizon, spiny cacti gracing 41-year-old tray sjgler's yard curnb high, stretching toward sun. far arid winds dusty soil native desert homes, 35 40 cactus, plants, (worth $2,000) form arizona-f.sque landscape strange exotic surface' (hjhoon, some? vtumtw towering jilho feet into thejjri now ju jure play ,p,ins needles. marilyn 'cipolla, owner westwoods trailer park where slglep, lisa, pnzefq cacti1 all live, sajq ranch imis't go, certainly 0 prickly situa tion. on-may 26, siyler given notice remove which cover majority yard, or facekvicuontyithin 30 "we've got rules regula tions we' follow," cipolla ncw$-times weekafter sfgle'r submitted 64 petition forms keep collection. "they're beauti ful a' mobile place raise tlies;' pf park's, rules, said, states nothing decora tive placed yards without approval manage ment. .cipolla aliio' v'n orna- ments gains' 6e grassland positioning plants potsbars. access buried utility lines (though" run; cross tlje back property,' froirv display, -sigler said), "i've wrong with; garden, doesn't haveiaj! garden. he's covered whole yard. wo just can't u,thatiq! p)7 v immmf
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2005-06-08|
|Date of Original||2005-06-08|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2005-06-08|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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