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quarry history preserved - pa 2 ru ? , j m ti '-0 si "0 -h -j tj .. ' c r a o h, amherst news-timi public library 221 spring street i boe members resign over gillam job 1 grads rally behind slatts page 5 by paul morton associate editor following impassioned pli ic audience and heated mitch sandy voro pleas from the executive session inst week, basketball coach was rehired two school board resigned. president vorc submitted her resignation to superintendent robert boynton wednesday, day after voted unani mously re-employ high boys varsity on supplemental contract for 2006-07 year. member matakovich resigned saturday. about 60 residents, parents, players, former players nttended meeting support gillam. june 6 special originally called approve employment of new administrators, but it quickly turned discussion told news-times had received number letters parents complaining gillam's treatment players. she said schools conducted an investigation, not indicated in personnel file. "there no documentation his file, whether positive or negative," said. brother, michael is principal steele school. parental complaints included mental attacks, including calling stupid. one parent pointed out areas ohio athletic association guidelines coacji conduct with students allegedly violated. "it's all hearsay," "but continued pago jhs student questioned rumored 666 violence jason hawk reporter if hype (rue, then maybe (lie devil stirring up trouble between rival july 6, alerting police n columbine-like threat at junior last tuesday only tlx ncxt-to-last school, also sixth month 2006 armed officers were taking precautions p'revent u shooting believed might take place milan avenue building dismissal time, "the first thing heard that someone going shoot people high," boynton. age kid rumor next nimor. what appeared be happening lot rumors south amherst, vermilion, firelands, related 6-6-6." dctaiifcd 15-yeur-old eighth grade student, lt. joseph kucirck, learning thrcc-way threats been made firelands students. source minors could corroborated through day-long investigation. male denied planning involvement any violent activity. kept tabs whereabouts he instructed guardians (his grandparents) leave home. kucirek boy later arrested unnilincss charges apprehended head ing bike there contraband items person, road patrol provided photos juvenile friends put inn mi ii mm wm?mm wear them send home they're roaming now, free summer, shupo elementary big bang' before ond tho yoar school's annual field ovont. final 2005-2006 year wednesday. tku truancy law ignites battle freedoms strong convictions erupted both sides monday night when troop challenged "daylight curfew" proposed police. "it has fought many other states shot down, basically, because it's unconstitutional," oaknoll drive resident linda ashley, behalf legal defense association. 'flic law, chief lonnic dillon, would make responsible their truant children. penalty outlined tentative legislation include minor misdemeanor charge ss0 fine. backed more than dozen curfew violation presumption innocence claimed constitute unreasonable search seizure. "i feel like some my rights arc being taken away have house children eight hours while everyone else school," paula judy, another who spoke against ordinance. education currently requires teach 900 per submit "excuse absence" form local board, ward four council jennifer wasilk insisted clause protects "directed guardian engage specific activity carry express instructions," schooling. ed cowgcr, measure discussed committee once faces hired lead mls couple hires week helping lighten workload filling shoes departing director erich frombach. held officials unanimously offer fairview park jeanne kornick three-year as principal, brunswick williant miller two-year assistant director. effectively fill frombach's leaves serve avon since spring, frombach serving dual roles, carrying own left tom lehman, western reserve replacement lehman immediately found resigned, will again fully staffed takes miller. served six years unit lakewood district, career technical supervisor, consumer science teacher rocky river parma. "she experience handling discipline, guidance counseling background, she's very involved curriculum activities staff," boyntdn "what attracted us get into opportunities supervision." employed north olmsted where taught health, sci- william ties vie princess ashley deitz bright young girls are getting touch roots, celebrating european emigrants came turn 20th century. current seeking crowned lorain international festival 22: "we here large family we've stayed close-knit. we're still oriented," 19-year-old deitz, 2005 graduate representing ohio's german heritage. deitz's line immigrated gennany early 1900s, mother's side working cleveland quarries father's finding steel mills. festival, wearing traditional bavarian dress "drindle," cu".tomary lace-up vest embroidered red roses. preparing pageant, studying doctorate physical therapy chatham college pennsylvania, hoping work professional sports teams. phi theta kappa, golden z club, green horizons environmental protection group, 7 patriotic flag iffls this issue news-times, readers find full-color suitable hanging windows doors. our hope flags used businesses which today, 14, omied forces, united abroad. promotion sponsored cities oberlin, wellington, wellington american legion.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2006-06-14|
|Date of Original||2006-06-14|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2006-06-14|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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