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amherst 221 spnn wrestlers, swimmer advance - page 6 bry(ffsffgets party award pa h news-tim r- j two councilmen jump into ohio house race brusky and barrett sit next to each other both in weekly city meetings on ballot there is a fairly good chance 66.6 percent that the member of representatives from 58th district will be an resident. last week, three-term council at large nick brusky, 24, resident terra lane amherst, announced he would challenge democratic incumbent kathy watcher. dut after thursday's filing deadline with lorain huron county boards elections, learned his opposition won't come walchcr, who did not submit paperwork run again. instead, square off republican primary may 2 against dan white eagle creek drive norwalk. "my new (primary) opponent has never sought public office," said u written statement. "the fact needs someone proven track record winning more importantly this representative legislative experience ability get things done." but one unexpected twist: minute for democrats walchcr's place man sits brusky's right elbow coun cil. matthew barrett, golden russett decided tuesday (one day intent run) reprise unsuccessful 2004 bid scat, which lie lost walchcr 11,776 10,200, despite vole. "i've always wanted since election," friday. " i was tempted nov. 3, 2004, out petitions start campaigning all over again, wait, back, make hasty, emotional decision." when partner jim mirakli, law firm miraldi & judge, pledged help campaign. week released him promise. "we came partners they wouldn't stand my way," said. "i just barely had time pick up petitions, them filled out, filed." late profound problem where fundraising concerned, faces no have until continued 3 at-largo members and! iilod district. if these walls could talk... v 7 ,. . it milan avenue family finds stash hidden artifacts kir ist?" m cvwmu.. r-ti il mm.t4l"uiiah1lblluuiiuf ik .-51 w -ml. if,' .... 4t jjl 1,1 ''jtwtwrt!mowiiiii invitation, dated nineteenth century, stuffed home been fourth built former postmaster mayor. being used as insulation. by jason hawk news-times reporter history tim oiney's favorite subject started finding bits pieces away own home. during ongoing renovation project inside house, olney punched hole wall upstairs bedroom found veritable treasure trove tucked inside, cheap among ycl--lowed invitation 1878 dance hcnrie (an old hotel dominated south main street burned around 1888), commemorating victory commodore oliver hazard perry battle lake erie 1813. four-by-seven-inch document, printed news-times' predecessor, free press, badly worn, impact olney. "before, didn't seem matter, you grow older become important," know what time. thing lodged wall. olioy wasn't surprising find it, because we've so much." also stashed were newspapers 1890, bullets, thread spindles, degucrrotype photograph resembling abraham lincoln beard stovepipe hat, expense report bcrca stone company, antique bottles. caught interest wife, jean, putting feelers state board puts stamp school land swap deal oster's plea rejected education officials 12-3-1 columbus vote he's turned down courts, education, ignored schools. now, little recourse left, local builder tom ostcr keeping quiet about future martin's housing development. luck swing s favor trav eled lodge final board. request: stop giving 89-acrc tract undeveloped parent k. hovnanian homes, wants build 22 houses. districts agreed joint resolutions summer transfer north jaeger road, dispute years. already struggling space concerns levy issues, say don't want any students development bodies schools arc than happy bolster enrollment. while continue 50 65 year, fight competition parochial hand 400 extra funding headcounts. stake ostcr, though, profit. homes typically sell several thousand dollars "it's blighted," superintendent robert boynton. "if blight clause says can exempt person buys paying taxes 15 years." ijjjjehzshhhiwibv keplinger ready another season touring country's top kingpins got intimate look behlnd-the-scanes world bowling alley age seven; now operates pro shop bowls pba senior tour. seven yean, old, unlike charlie's tnp tiie chocolate factory. tagging along father's league practice strike-out lanes wellington, became quick friends owner's son, showed seldom-seen behind-the-scenes workings ajley's machinery. hooked. half century later, man, lives lancer drive, still remembers how led long path professional bowlers association tour, consistently ranking 10 compete basis guys watched tv postal service. best back then play golf cocktails them," keplinger, retired assistant oberlin post office 2000. later opened fit- n-hit brunswick route 20 cast elyria, worked hard perfect science behind game. every ball, throw, game physics lesson. "there's lot tricks drilling do certain things," said, iurning oyer different models hands pointing their strengths weaknesses, balls once wooden prize possession oak ball made circa 1 820 -f gone through phases rubber soft plastic, urethane early 1980s, modem era resin. material stickier creates friction surface, allowing pros like "stand up" hook toward pins end lane. uses those experts hall-of-famers john petraglia, dave soutar, davis.'and roughly 120 160 others ladies return oprah trip smiles close, heroine far impressive ever believed. "she nice-sized figure real life," amherst's lyncll wetzel winfrey, she journeyed chicago see live sandy varouh sherry witte. thought looked good. think she's size 10...12at max." three flew valentine's taping winfrey show harpo studios, high-brow was... shall we say,., derrieres. "it butts," grinned sandy. "all smaller, even pounds smaller picking clothing." four women complain weight received makeovers stylist stacy london tlc's "what wear," modeled slimming pants stage. woman, attorney, her closet cleaner organized guests joe lupo jesse garza, authors book "nothing wear" controlling clutter. audience given copy gift. sandy, sherry, lynell part show's studio 300, arrived 6il5 a.m. seats. attempting unsuccessfully tickets oprah's five years earlier month, hundreds hours telephone paid off. waiting outside block-long sub-freezing temperatures, shuffled huge room sheny witte pose front studio. ofcja gives design, reporting awards recently newspaper association. placed second its circulation class design in-depth annual osman c. hooper awards, presented ona convention. judges praised paper collection articles relating increases felony crime, drug use, overcrowded court dockets, well ride-alongs police officers jobs dispatchers. addition, work correspondent carl sullenberger garnered third-place sports category, earned special mention outstanding photography.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2006-02-22|
|Date of Original||2006-02-22|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2006-02-22|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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