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1" barrett to seek council spot - page 10 schools agree swap land pa r ;'. h 1 " is) z ' shi o e l x) 2 c r- : n amherst news-time m 6e cops: rapist lives too close ha! cops want sex offender more than ,000 feet away from school a convicted who assaulted 91 -year-old south woman two days after christmas in 2000 harris elementary school, and police arc attempting force his eviction. john a. dccarlos, 58, of 742 orcenforcst dr., was working as handyman for the elderly oakdalc woman, according lieutenant michael frazier. "he had some beers took advantage her. that's like grandmother," frazier said. patrolman roscbcck confirmed illegally within property line on lake street, indicted first degree rape charges march 2001. he entered guilty plea october that year sentenced mandatory three prison term at north central correctional institution. is currently free parole must register address with lorain county sheriff's deputies every years. dccarlos one 16 regis tered offenders living amherst, ohio attorney general's electronic offender, registration notification system. classified sexually oriented which not considered same sexual predator, described white male black hair brown eyes, fivc-fect eight inches tall, scars chest both arms. none other offend ers listed esorn (www.csorn.ag.statc.oh.us) live 1,000 any school. roscbcck, officer balog dis covered dccarlos's proximity fourth grade forwarded information former city prosecutor scott scrazin 25. continued 8 decarlos state report card shows local students excelling by jason hawk news-times reporter comets scholars just missed being ranked number when cards were released last week, but closing fast perennial rivals avon lake. district received perfect rating 23 possible points state's annual evaluation (it point year), earned 101.1 performance index score. scoring determined what percentage sixth pass profi ciency math, science, citizen ship, reading, writing tests. grading scale also takes into account results graduation test among high sophomores. districts nab an "excel lent" columbus offi cials, jumping up perform ance ladder nearly fffibjb 85 117 111 630 920 889 issn i tm m$$$f '. mffifffli 278 224 175 1,242 1.211 962 wmtyfim 4 5 338 222 288 amherst's garnered 'excellent' again this year, improved numbers remain best county. 98.3 year. . lake, kids netted 22 excelled index, 102.6-point showing. firelands, keystone, ritfteyillc, sheffield-sheffield lake,. wellington. clearview, elyria, midvicw, oberlin all awarded "continuous improvement" rankings, bouncing back pqinls.nn'dj6niyjjlaseari narrowly edged 101.4 index. earning "effec tive" columbia, are only "academic watch" status receiving out 3 welcoming flock pastor jim smucker welcomes members heritage presbyterian church they transitioned their new building sunday. dedication community open house will take place coming november. firelands grads debut browns film bff vimhr eternal optimism nevcr-say-die blue collar work ethic. how documentary makers jeff haynes christopher pete describe fans gritty upcoming chronicling losing 2004 season clevelanders refuse admit defeat. "they support team winning or losing," explained root identify themselves maybe should. it's them. almost they're team." "everywhere you go, see blind optimism," "if win game beginning season, people start talking about super bowl. if beat ravens, ecstatic.1 haynes, 25 years old, 1998 2003 began two-year shoot the. 80-minute feature "bleeding orange brown: cleveland tradition." movie follows emotional breakdowns dog pounders demanding bowl 40-year dry spell, feelings betrayal owner art modcll moved baltimore become most hated man cleveland. "it's manly sport, violent something have hard at," said pete, off kolbe road (haynes now york city). "that's men tality. these guys thing do go factories mills." over cbursq shooting roughly 8,000 hours .footage, duo interviewed hundreds fanatics unearthed ovcr-thc'top characters. i. i-ii -- tkrpyl4-'t''7 ""oil 12 shots documentary's trailer (found giblpro ductlons.com) show mottley crew dlehards. falling branch kills 76-year-old aviator walt wyvill missing co pilot. "his attitude toward life enjoy it. per son. don't think could stand be alone very long," friend 15 years, robert thomas. weekend, freak acci dent killed thomas cutting tree limbs ridge amherst. struck fore head, cpr swarm ems personnel revive him. around 4:30 p.m. saturday, arrived 48160 where homeowner bill madaras hired cut down trees, madaras's wife called 911. remained alive lengthy time incident, died later evening hospital. friend's death has rocked commu- 6 quick-thinking sees smoke cloud; rushes help family spreading flames life-and-death situation pre vented cop tuesday night. while late-night patrol, troy donaldson spotted billowing rising downtown area near five intersection, press release department. rushing woodings home 260 s. main st., dona'dson thick cloud spilling underneath ,thc family's rear porch knocking doors. nobody answered, cautiously found person sleeping hcav- ily room couch, captain dennis seger. (donaldson) hadn't been there fire would gotten going,, we know nave happened. might had. death," seger female department put srtioldcring blaze under porch. investigation, small hibachi grill used charcoal sparks spilled, fulling between the; cracks igniting leaves debris. soger donaldson's
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2005-08-24|
|Date of Original||2005-08-24|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2005-08-24|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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