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comets lose by extra point - page 6 kids running for fun 2 lerst news-times ooi qprlnfi street 091 spring stree amherst, ohio 44001 librae quarterback scicr" bsc! , beating cincinnati: perfect' jason hawk reporter tim couch gone. jeff garcia booted. kelly holcomb didn't last long, luke mccown was four and out, trent dilfer barely had time to unpack his suitcase. so when the latest fatality cleveland browns sack announced early week, there some gnashing of teeth among amherst backers. "it doesn't look like romeo (crennel) is really coaching that team," said club officer rich kapalin, w,ho saw team owner randy lerner guiding charlie frye's departure from browns. what a surprise it was. following disastrous 34-7 season opener loss pittsburgh steelers in which he been benched even before half-time, frye suddenly traded seattle seahawks. return, took mere sixth-round draft pick. move makes first since 1970 open as starter be away game two. "i think they'd trade him fast," backers president don dombrosky. totally unexpected. bad game, but everyone does once while." kapalin should not have expendable, stayed second-stringer. can't see back-up derek anderson taking lead meantime, especially while competing with second-round pick brady quinn. "one anderson, then chant will start again," dombrosky said, predicting quinn inherit starting spot week eight. overly concerned browns' performance against steelers. midst loss, still impressed interesting defensive flashes, can easily reaching .500 mark this year. bothered most about one calling each blitz barstool at ziggy's sports bar, where meet watch every game. "if i hold beer make calls, coaches or cincinnati," said. remains optimistic. "we lost faith our everybody else has, us. you turn television off half-time. anything happen," j,7 members strong sunday's biggest first-day crowd group launched 1999. lowe's gets approval deerfieid shops grocers spurned deerfieid, developer matt mcgill allowed home improvement store lorain, few steps across amherst's northern border. lorain city council voted 9-2 approve on oak road, just north cooper foster park road. west side bret schuster craig snodgrass cast votes plan, voicjng concerns thaflowe's day abandon property leave behind white elephant. ' other officials were drawn prospect approximately 130 full-time 45 part-time jobs do-it-yourself retailer create. "things are going happen preu ty quickly," mcgill, who hopes able break ground 2008. construction new target another project, located next site inside border helped prep sewers, drainage, earthworks lowe's, original plans called grocery anchor site. however, 2003, the1 market greater area has changed continued 5 gettirv her kicks angelica meggitt, leading scorer eight goals, works through midpark defense wednesday. full story girls soccer team, 7. (photo carl sullenberger) stricter policy sex offenders adopted single vote ago monday, school board changes outlined 45-page packet. updates brought district line recent state law. perhaps profound offender notification policy, compels superintendent robert boynton share information registered teachers employees supervise students. those expected immediately report if any spotted vicinity bus stop. calls notify police appears lurking without legitimate purpose, she creates concern safety children. second update overhauls graduation requirements though no practical change how operate. decided clean up policy," "these more wording than else." waive physical education students participate inter-scholastic athletics, marching band, cheerleading least two seasons measure 10 young rollerskating cousins score top spots usa roller contest 14-year-old prodigies lot brag after national championships. cory bissett won gold freshmansophomore men's figures, paired partner allison zaleski take place dance. championships held omaha, neb., july 19 aug. v big accomplishment, given people older me event," figures finish. started skating three years old, entered competitive arena age 10. ago, teamed cousin, zaleski, kindergarten. duo practiced roughly hours skate world ever since,, under melanie marshall. they skated lower division earned sec ond-place medals level. their grandfather, dave bialorucki, do everything skates ice skaters rink. traveled omaha granchildren summer, could hardly conceal pride. very exciting," got straight ones all five judges dance, left, shows form competition. r ibs:! ts cj w e 5gg f slgi p -go . ; r1 council, cops may contract pact finance committee oks raises cc brian engle n-t correspondent council's approved number measures sent monday would increase salaries public offices, including members. rejected pay increases over years. beginning january, currently $5,430 annually. year, position $6,000, $6,600 2009, $7,000 2010, $7,800 20ll. council-at-large let's go walk sixth graders davey george maddle syrowski power-walking parking st. joseph during gym class.
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2007-09-19|
|Date of Original||2007-09-19|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst news-times, 2007-09-19|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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