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brutcher leads girls to win - r? 73 '.1 h amherst news-tim 5 ( ,- ornimistprrr m i kids may learn chinese page 2 7 farewell 2006 a 100k at the most important stories of year reality show celebrities. financial setbacks. fights protect property and civil rights. in 2006, wc experienced good, bad, ugly. whether were depressing, uplifting, alarming, or simply intriguing, through it all residents stood firm, standing up for their ideals. as wave good-bye one open welcoming arms 2007, here is quick look back news items past 12 months: ffr ft' millions viewers bore witness famed lei-wuu. u. cvision psychologist questioned sunrise drive resident former city council member john mishak. camera crews took watchers inside mishak's home, where years garbage had been gathering decade. hie mess stench was so overpowering that man's wife forced three earlier move into separate trailer. dr. phil labeled mishak hoarder, saying he collected junk way cope with death his fattier. "you're not evil. you're selfish. wicked," said. "i think you are using this control external things symbol being able what's going on you.' under psychologist's direction, cleveland trucking company hauled 30 tons trash away from residence. my 10: third time charm school officials, when u 4.4-mill operating levy option defeated by voters polls just 58 ballots. an automatic recount triggered, but no avail. remained adamant opposition $2.3 million per push, which according treasurer shirley antcl would have kept district black 20 1 . wake, decision, local board education, ljs made permanent cuts bus transportation, sports budgets, classroom aide custodial staff, superintendent robert boynton told news-times consider another proposal spring 2008, nnd funds arc set run dry 2009. mr v 7h' ,,()bby s,!l,t nfraid rural west virginia iiih t neighbor's erratic behavior, detailing multiple run- ins 64-year-old dale eagle online journalund myspace accounts. then unthinkable happened eagle, allegedly outraged over location unpaved driveway between slatt property, opened fire family. sr., 56, ond tnnna (nee gurra) slatt, 52, killed bobby treated gunshot wounds hospital marion county. bizarre sequence events months prior shootings, placed branches across driveway, launched verbal attacks, put no-trespassing signs, sabotaged gas meter, attempted poison family's ducks. has charged two counts first degree murder count malicious wounding, awaiting trial. iiimh "t& 'vo sc',0' members sandy vore juiwm. matakovich resigned following unanimous vote retain services basketball coach mitch gillam. about 60 parents players gathered support gillam, despite number letters complaining treatment team members. investigation conducted, after hour-long executive session, decided renew coach's contract. said she cast supportive duress, intimidating phone calls visitors her home. also regretted vote, administrators pressured be part "united front " hhsw 17' 'l 's amaz'n8 mat such small creature can cause musi. suc, cnonnous damage. gypsy moths busy defoliating trees shadylawn area neighborhoods surrounding steele high school. residents, fed repercussions, turned state agriculturists help. ohio moth suppression expert david adkins them while there safe totally eradicate moths, candidate all-out aerial assault spring. site inspections caterpillar egg sacs november, officials preparing possible fly-over chemical spray campaign may, bacterial agent could warp eggs, causing unable hatch. mir "jfs every parent trouble keeping line miuu, tu. 0ilce j w,e mtt wnen (ms completely out control, it's call jo frost, abc's certified "supemanny." weinstein family chestnut lane received two-week visit british childcarc television crew sum continued target schematics re final plans $5 north lake street will get jason hawk reporter detailed new store cooper foster park road process gaining approval planning commission. project acres retail space 126,842 square feet roof, building department clerk kayc browning. "the examiner these cookie-cutter approved kinds cities," bulldozers clearing propping future home minnesota-based big-box since november. shops nt dccrflcld, touted same 11- ir scale spirit avon neighbors scv-commons. cr.il public meetings far, objections discussed. reason, says safety-service director dennis clotz, working prevent traffic environmental issues rising. system synchronized lights turn lanes installed, said, stipulating inclusion sidewalks extensive buffering nearby commerce-related noise light little do development appears, however, clotz "wc did talk architecture, technically our ordinances don't give us leeway there," project's developers pogo young musicians usher 2007 students amhorst junior ontor-taln tho hoard education somo holiday faro district's meeting dec. 8. jazzy presentation traditional favorites smiles faces educators paronts. board's focus fine arts, short video foreign language students, demonstrating progress conversational french. troup labors quarry records editor's note: article four-week series people who work preserve amherst's heritage. somewhere neighborhood 200 ago, sand-sized grains clay, silica, carbonate began cement together. millennia pressure heat fused molecules particles quartz, feldspar, mica, creating rocks formidable strength. result sandstone. slept within earth, waiting german immigrants dis cover its presence tiny village amherst, ohio, american industrial revolution gained steam 1830s. blitz rock material some country's prominent architecture transformed lorain now, 170 later, historians attempting thousands left company. "there's much around roots company," 30-year-old tammy troup, graduate student youngstown university assigned task cataloging wealth quarry-related data index,
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2006-12-27|
|Date of Original||2006-12-27|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2006-12-27|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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