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ladies return to dominance - page 8 king grabs 32 saves in loss paqe 9 amher erst news-tim alert after foiled bus stoo snatc 1 5 k 35 r 3 ro rn i. 33 03 0) "u "0 : h a c " so s 4 m n g 31 3) d i t torn xi mo . oj tj 'get the car would-be abductor told 13-year-old by jason hawk news-times reporter parents came home last week disturbing answering machine messages, warning them be on lookout for suspicious black involved attempted abduction of girl amherst's northern border. "hello, this is dob boynton, superintendent amherst schools. i'm calling advise you situation that occurred morning at one our stops herbert road and cooper foster park near long john silver restaurant," message stated 2,614 calls homes stu- rules dealing with strangers if stranger approaches, kids should follow these three simple roles avoid harm, said ptl. balog police department: never go car. opposite direction stranger. 13-ycar-old week's attempt made veiy smart move running her house. stay friends when outside. there protection numbers. do whatever have get away. scream, kick, hit necessary. comply what tells do. dents. "an old, low-riding, two-door vehicle tinted windows approached students tried entice into description was provided department. department lorain ask remain fitting description," boynton recording. information some false about threat began filtering school officials early tuesday afternoon. late wednesday, it clear student summit academy had been waiting an ashland avenue parking lot approached. according report, suspect stopped around 7 a.m. bench where sitting driver rolled down his window. "get car," he yelled, report stated. did not comply; continued initial fears tho local board education office wero within district. wasn't until wednesday robert confirmed resident attending academy. k-9 drago catches chase hidden valley chance encounter stolen pick-up truck north ridge sparked 15-minutc game cat-and-mouse through rlyria townships weekend, but well-placed fire hydrant trusty officer helped put brakes fleeing suspect. dunbrook, 29, vermilion, faces third fifth degree felony charges obrtlin municipal court receiving property failing orders following curly hours sunday, jan. 22. "it outrageous, that's why let on. wis between 50 75 mph tops. time night any traffic," sgt. mark cawthon, who spotted 1999 ford f-250 weaving dangerously 12:46 called backup. soon heard vermilion dispatchers circulating flipped overhead lights, dunbrook allegedly, fled, taking two uni(satftpfour more county sheriff's officers wild, circling ride countryside. cawthon followed pago tripped alarm circuit gives steele day off during repairs haywire system gave than 1,300 thursday as classes marion l. high were canceled. "ultimately, we bad resulted reading," principal michael gillam. 'that into. under advisement (fire) chief decided school." cause problem still unknown, originated from trailer rear building currently used copy room. "there seem issues. first went without pull station being pulled," said. "the other related system's boiler room." computers stored those locations sent silent alarms activate strobe lights klaxons school's hallways, gillam district snow days are rare, wrestled only briefly thought closing doors. tough decision standpoint don't like close school," "but 10 duct tape duo all madolyn abllgnll pnuloy girls hope wardrobe will win hearts national youth storytelling showcase finals it's safe assume judges seen anything quite pauley sisters. sixth grade show up tennessee tomorrow recite seven minute "diamonds toads" ellen schectcr, they'll ace or maybe rather their sleeves. clothes tape. yes, read right; 11-year-old abigail has crafting clothing out since she saw doll dresses hats material pat catan's craft store plaza summer. "i'm very creative. just wanted uniquely me," "i got looks pretty strange," care people think. want me." far, future fashion designer created outfits red black, patriotic red, white, blue, camouflage, comets green gold. now she's working valentine's day-continued oapse signs new contract bail schools they say better give receive, maxim 123 custodians, secretaries, drivers, aides, monitors, food service, maintenance staffers smiling. lnst tuesday, ohio association public employees signed three-year cut salaries increase health insurance costs, saving $450,000. "we're happy we're hoping helps system," president dorothy cottos, employed district's washington street garage. "our members trying things help kids. children arc important here. realize reason job, way around." starting november, parties negotiated reduction built-in raises percent 2008 2009 fiscal years. change sets precedent use two-percent figures model long-range planning, beginning july 1, single policy-holders pay premiums, year later 13 premiums. blaze threatens old heart city firefighters prevent second-floor flnmop frrrv- rv-i ninn r-i-ii-t-il'-i"i- iiai ioo ui jui ijjii ly ivj iciyi iuu a.. -r t.!. .1 ; .i.. blown first-floor businosos received substantial water damage, flames contained before could destroy entire row century-old shops. historical shops 100-year-old downtown buildings wiped monday morning, quick-thinking doused jump building. ziggy's sports bar patrons seeing thick fog ventured outside 11:30 p.m. sunday night, quickly realized smelling smoke 911, wayne northeim. minutes, crew engine 57 blitz attack stairwell 176 ave., above sharon's bridal shop mischka cleaners, dousing spread v toward roof upper-level storage room, northeim "thank god stuff there. places we've clean spaces, 'this empty," hud breached roof, said, would nearly impossible stop spreading storefronts. immediate danger optometry offices eric stocker, cedar pub, frank's shoe repair, "we huge honor guard crossing fingers van military funerals midst 30.000 layoffs 14 plant closures, veterans motor company find wiggle room charitable causes. case, they're looking set wheels. guard, which offers ceremonial respects veterans, word foundation 15-passcnger econoline e-250. need everyone safely. can drive anymore, major concern," american legion post 18 commander ptna, works took request superiors. pena deal tentative next 30 committee controllers disburse donations worthy causes quarterly. foundation, active northeastern
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2006-02-01|
|Date of Original||2006-02-01|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2006-02-01|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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