drama camp is for kids - page 7 amherst news-times more women claim abuse 3 a look ahead the steele home run boosters will host texas hold 'em tournament on saturday, jan. 10 at p.m. eagles milan avenue. doors open 2 cost $50 per person. there $1,000 first place prize payouts top players based 120 players. side tables to 4 with $10 entrance fee. free food, cash bar, 5050, raffles and door prizes are featured. registration, contact sue 440-670-7363 or nasue506 hotmail.com. cheerleaders be offering one-day cheer clinic friday feb. 20, from 9:30 a.m. until 2:30 students currently in kindergarten through sixth grade. information registration packets available junior high school office online cheerleading webpage, beginning monday, 12. . forms payment due friday, 30. limited 125 people register. -clinic $30, includes t-shirt. kristi wheatley 988-0324 information. grades four higher invited celebrate release of newest book jeff kinney's wimpy kid series, "diary kid: last straw," event 17 public library. can make their own origami journal participate other activities like making comic strip, "last straw" contest registering win book. party those older. 1-3 drop anytime complete crafts which should take about 20-30 minutes. register by calling library 988-4230 e-mail your name grade cashton-aplyahoo.com. pto holding meeting 12, 9 councilman nick brusky leave serve boose john lasko reporter after being re-elected fourth term city council little over year ago then losing incumbent ted kalo lorain county commissioner november brusky, 28, officially gave up his council-at-large seat so he as state representative-elect terry boose's (r-58) legislative aide. hand delivered letter resignation clerk olga sivinski tuesday, dec. told week chose aide because knows has worked constituents who live throughout western long time. "i spent month half trying decide how i would hire my it came down difference between someone been columbus before versus somebody district," said. ended choosing district needed felt both things." aide, only working two three days week. number man, responsible such things taking constituent phone calls; policy research; committee meetings; briefing advising continued quarry project developer asks annexation 443 acres south amhers gibson holiday winners eridgette cruz goes tuesday against dayton lions annual comet tournament. lady comets were victorious game, tourney. see story 9. (photo carl sullenberger) settles suit woman's remains stuart lichter, owner los angeles, calif.- industrial realty group (irg), applied annex nearly land township village accommodate construction luxury development quarries.. must approved commissioners. according kalo, decision set thursday, 29. however, could come that date. "while have not able paperwork yet, looks this an expedited annexation, means commissioners role approve we much say it," mayor ronald schmitz, lichter wants within limits its residents receive better police protec merit bank robber custody agents cleveland division fbi confirm kenneth gibson, 33, cleveland, serial 12 banks ohio pennsylvania, including firstmerit bank, 938 n. leavitt rd., 5. was arrested 29, officers routine patrol sedalia street, hour robbing national 10900 5- & et e family roberta yates terms $60,000 settlement, her cremated moved 2002 cemetery canton area without family's permission. settlement money, paid city's insurance company, accompanied apology, personally written signed david taylor. "we apologize any inconvenience grief may caused family," taylor said, adding money taxpayer dollars, but affect premi ums future. part since removed yates's headstone, left grave site, provided documentation showing no instances wrongful disinterment cemeteries 2006." died 1995, had buried crownhill cemetery.