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stuffed storytime comets roll - v- 4 . pago 9 8 amherst news-times emu a look! teletech to close local call center ahea the 13th annual steak fry and benefit auction steele softball will be saturday, april 17 at eagles aire 1442, 1161 milan ave. dinner from 5 p.m. 7 live take place 7:45 10:30 some of items auctioned off include gardening equipment, golf items, packages, household sports apparel, jewelry, gift certificates even varsity players. tickets are $20. for more information or purchase tickets, (440) 309-6938. toddler fori children ages 2 3 con tinues on monday, 12 wednesday, 14 10:15 a.m. there also thursday evening sessions beginning 6:30 public library. friends family story times welcome all mondays 11:15 tuesdays register first time you attend. american legion post 118, 921 n. lake st. j hosts fish fries every friday through may 28, serving p.m members their guests welcome. outs available by calling 984-3662. vfw 16621 165 cleveland ave., havel deli open members! saturdays! hours vary; 988-1 8102 information. they feature "1662e burgers" with lettuce an special sauce along with! french fries. also! additional available!! vary each week. city tax returns orf. requests extension due 15. residents can go city's website www.amherstohio.org access calculator, copies income forms, online payment utilities. regular treasurer office monday friday, 8:30 4:30 extended offered assist filing taxes. are: 10, noon; 14, 6 p.m.; thursday, 15, home run booster's general meeting held high school 8, 7:30 e3 p s : g h f ft r- kj ? 83 l e john lasko reporter officials have less than month half find another client township 585 employees out job 31. when lorain county commissioner ted kalo received e-mail growth partnership informing him news around noon he thought it was kind bad fools joke. "it wasn't anything that we expected i feel who losing jobs," said. as february, county's unem ployment rate hit 11.5 percent. "hopefully, we'll able in finding contract so continue operation center. but this point, forward assisting other jobs." englewood, colo.-based company chose shut down operations after biggest wireless -who still refused name had significant reduction number customer service calls handle daily basis. "it's always difficult see reductions business effect has individuals," spokesman bob livingston kalo, state rapid response team which consists workforce development agencies participate conference senior management later goal is help attract new company. if unsuccessful, told displaced workers employment elsewhere. "they eligible interested working one our locations continued page l'u'ot' wiu! 1 kh q o ' -tmmmhmmmnmmmmwm.. currently seeking could 31 (photo lasko) ..i-"" " .v '' , v t 1' "i ; .''.'. ... mutt r "v'-",;:; ,;; .''' n pk fij j, j1 -'"' 1u -w -, -' v. mv, vt'. ,:v. 't '."vi: u v-"" v'' v;; 'c--.v. ,,, ,., 55--" ;?'i.t,v;-' -v.v '-vjav .-..':. vs;.v .: -i eggs yummy! dozens parents spent majority saturday morning maude neiding park waiting community easter egg hunt begin. kids were meet picture taken bunny photos. police search gas station robber officers department lookout armed up female clerk pure gas, 1999 cooper foster rd., tuesday, march 30. 10:46 p.m., unidentified getting ready white male, described between 20 30 years old, foot 10 inches tall, average build, clean shaven brown hair, slim side burns dark mole his face, entered station. approached clerk, pulled knife, demanded money register. "he made reference needing feed kids," lieutenant joe kucirek suspect wearing gray hooded sweatshirt pants last scene running eastbound road undisclosed amount cash. officer kyle gelenius arrived scene, gone. no injured incident, said store not equipped surveillance cameras. too early determine way been involved any robberies," "we looking neighboring jurisdictions similar robberies. far know don't." once individual apprehended, facing count robbery, fourth degree felony. robbed. shortly fire receives fema ever since federal emergency agency (fema) introduced assistance firefighters grant program sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks, six grants. captain dan uldrich responsible writing submitting grants total $242,013 government 2002. department's most recent grant, $44,446, used implement health wellness program. "if look numbers, pretty consistently averages over 100 killed line duty year, nationwide," eighteen across country year. amount, eight caused heart stroke, nine suffered stress overexertion. passed, 90 2009. those, 52 deaths both 2007 2008, 118 killed, 107 2006 115 2005. "the killer aren't fires electrocutions stuff; it's attacks," "that's what kills firefighters. so, big conscience effort national volunteer council, international association firefighters, represents career chiefs something needs done." decided use part pay physicals part-time blood work, cholesterol screenings, prostate exams, x-rays, electrocardiograms, hearing vision tests. problem discovered, follow primary care physician," firefighter 11
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2010-04-07|
|Date of Original||2010-04-07|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2010-04-07 91 14|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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