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comets lose opener 57-48 - pa r i w ro 5 ie t!) v 03 2r 0") m , n cn ta 35 k sj s3 h -t o c amherst a ft jvrbktp in. rtj 1 4 to shadylawn awaits gypsy moth analj new businesses coming : page 3 me- department of agriculture inspectors counted thousands egg sacs on local trees by jason hawk news-times reporter the scouts have studied enemy, and now number-crunchers will decide whether avenue be next battlcfront in war moths. upon insect's masses were spotted an inspector from ohio during week nov. 23, no more lighting up school, board says paul morton associate editor rules arc simple: there smoking at school anymore. sure, it sounds like common sense. but fact matter is that right smoke grounds while anathema for students has long been upheld adult visitors sporting events, bingo, other events. "wc areas every building. they re outside building," said schools superintendent robert boynton 27 meeting education. "most them are door, won't stay same." passage issue 5, free initiative widely endorsed voters across state last month, means enclosed public places outlawed starting tomorrow. "you can't anywhere where can infiltrate building 'he doorways, air conditioning system, even window," president ronald yacobbozi. administrative guideline, boynton, any person age who wishes property do so within confines their own vehicle. southwestern conference districts strict policy grounds, not set such policy. if athletic continued 10 ellis' 'bonville search' explores strife race. ignorance, frustration. inequality. when components mixed urban district texas author john ellis, create explosion. grew amherst, tells story community brink revolt his book, "the bonville search," released mill race press. touted as "metaphor america," novel follows attorney-turned-school chase kimball he leads effort oust ineffectual popular black superintendent. emotions boil disastrous system searches replacement, fight equity justice collide with quality qualifications, setting which "too little learning too many dropouts erode spirit" racial tensions lead turmoil violence, "it's city you may recognize. surprised find live or place neighborhood holding its breath awaiting results. jack green's back yard among hottest spots molli-infcstcd zone, covers 60 acres center surrounding steele high school. green tailed examination nearby spot-searched trunks canopies binoculars, told found eul i&zv' ihhhhrbihb ' j. ....... sbbbkt xulsab kristlna sliman, 16, sophomore marion l. dons tiara after being named 2006 miracle main street queen friday night. hundreds residents braved severe winds, freezing temperatures, snow attend coronation christmas tree five points front hall. about 40 young princesses recognized several categories. pictures event, see 5. ellis it," penning each line was ordeal. "i encountered gremlins than knew existed. prayer persistence paid off." politics subject intimately acquainted. living ohio, worked massillon, lakewood, columbus-area systems, later head adminis- "this summer, could through oak 1q0 years old," resident green. ,000 just four 18-foot circle. course week, same process repeated grccnlawn sunrise drives, terra lane, lincoln street, crowning kristina two generations shupe elementary work provide gifts iraq soldiers carl sullenberger correspondent us thinking what we'll get this year, teacher deb gelenius's class joy giving. first graders practicing art selflessness aid senior citizens shupe-amherst manor reading program. . "we character education throughout year word december 'compassion,' that's our project month," gelenius explained. september, visited play memory, vocabulary-reinfording games. impress lesson compassion minds hearts youngsters, sam ladies made santa boots full goodies iraq. kids presented contributions alice flowers, dixie slaughenhaupt, lillian harris tuesday morning week. boxes filled items shipment troops few hugs exchanged, too. joining separated decades help yet another generation far home, 96, program, "gives old people something think about." 64, impressed positive atmosphere how "willing leam" children are. harris, celebrate her 93rd birthday soon, remarked having eight grandchildren 18 great-grandchildren program all enjoyable. north woodhill drive, " washington avenue. "now we're tight, waiting analyze samplings," said. average least 250 per acre discovered, agriculturists able launch chemical spraying this, spring, dumping naturally-occurring insecticide also known bacillus thuringcinsis v. kurstaki over city. compound toxic humans, pets, birds, fish, warps eggs cannot hatch. maps target site already sent national fish wildlife flowers gets hug domonic pratt, 6, presenting boot service, assessments performed ensure endangered species area possibly harmed, david s police: sign van trailed girls evidence wrongdoing hunt white gave pair sisters scare lives lost ; nine- 10-ycar-old walking nord middle around 7:50 a.m. thursday, noticed trailing downtown amherst. inside van, kept pace roughly half-mile, hispanic males. one described facial hair. passenger allegedly rolled down window spooked them. ran hospital parking lot," principal todd stuart, immediately informed problem arrived. men physical verbal contact girls. became suspicious, lot, follow cleveland near dairy mart, elude suspicious lt. joseph kucirek. there, officer gene ptacek questioned scared details sketchy, police searched locate "there's lot go und proof anybody's part," kucirek -district activated my messenger reverse 911 tele-
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2006-12-06|
|Date of Original||2006-12-06|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2006-12-06|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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