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ladies are still undefeated - page 7 5 k n fit r amherst news-time i- t 1,1 , aj w 0) tj h 3 c m na 2 q g) f-i x tf) -ip public library 991 spkihui''1-' hti tuin aaftol r- d ' 53 mark witts home depot warehouse moving to ric f srov9 -council members the site plan. l-cvciujcio aor ouy iuui ion iui pciimiooiuii iu uuiiu ,uuu-oiuoic"iuui laiiiiiy ui i g ru amputee on road recovery by jason hawk permission build ware news-times reporter twelve more jobs will be relocated next year as a national hardware distributor takes steps uproot its elyria and move tiic rice industrial park. hughes supply company, currently located schadcn north of route 90 midway mall, is hoping new 7,500-squarc-foot facility lcavitt road, according local developer richard rice. willi architect wittc detailed plan in tow, approached city council's building lands committee monday night for adjacent dcavcr creek norfolk southern railroad tracks. operates wholesale construction, repair, maintenance-related products utilities contractors across country; would house stock pipes, valves, fire hydrants, catchbasins, geotcxtile fabrics. relevant acreage cast 58 graded light use, letter sent from business mayor david taylor stated that receive between two 10 deliveries per day. semi trucks, dump pick-up trucks. trees along banks remain act natural barrier surrounding residential homes. said he aims have operating his property jan. 1, with groundbreaking planned late may if council quickly approve "they until march 2007 their current spot, but they really don't want wait long," told news-times. because ireland cancer center buying up all land around them." possible complication plan, however, could come form deal being negotiate continued hundreds till last day file income tax forms you bill it, come. were coming evening, scrambling meet last-minute deadline already extended weekend. starting at 8 a.m half hour before oponing time, line had formed front san springs park avenue amherst. inside, officials working away busiest year, filling out an endless stream breakneck speed answering phone calls panicked residents. "there's no let-up," rushed treasurer kathleen litkovitz hurried call a.m. "it's just been constant. phone's ringing off walls, we've got bunch laundry basket-sized bags mail go through." 25 40 percent taxpayers april 17 instead 15 this holiday weekend pay taxes, she estimated. good friday, offices remained closed steady torrent worried residents banged department's glass doors against hope someone was inside. morning, tried make lost said. 6:30 p.m., employees her office helped tabulate process approximately 280 returns, averaging about 35 hour. there additional 150 200 envelopes droned office, certain it take mid-may bulk city's forms. "a lot people waited minute year," sign times, pago 1 hhp i. ran so excited lay egg three-year-old lauren makinen sagamore hills has faco-to-face encounter easter bunny saturday morning maude noiding amherst, following lion leo clubs' annual hunt. visiting both sets grandparents. pictures hunt, see 12. crescent moon star appoarod sol dlor goamhorst.com. popular internet targeted e-terrorists regulars locally-operated message board big surprises week when logged on, only sabatcurs hard work. seeing goamhcrst.com, visitors tu saw trademarks islamic fundamentalist belief images green-clad soldier legend "biz buyuk turk milletin hizmctindcyiz." "we're getting global economy, guess somebody's trying prove it," owner kocak, resident who served 1980s early 1990s. "these arc muslim extremists playing political game." vandals, splashed high school student runs american indian museum cooper foster amherst's founder one sunny several years ago, nine-year-old. matt nahorn lieaver stumbled odd find: old german belt buckle bearing inscription "gott mit uns," or "god us." what other children passing curiosity mere trinket something else entirely boy. became burning hunger learn past. interest history piqued when, cleaning basement some time later, found assorted bottles dating back 1800s. that's started researching through deeds, discovered original 300-acre properly 1820 homestead founding father, jacob shupe. finds drew boy sandusky bay chapter ohio archeological society, life work member col. raymond vietzens. entranced older man's anthropological studies, learning indians moved into after 1600 a.d. vietzens died 1995, then- 10-year-old collected artifacts estate auction. 2000, pursuits shupe combined under roof opened ridge parents' home. first, mother father cynical, thinking phase, lake academy lias faithfully curator six now, boasts amazing collection history. "i've always things," lie week, brightly-lit display cases exhibits crowded two-room museum. bones, fossils, imprints, arrowheads, books, restored gravestone shupe, built first
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2006-04-19|
|Date of Original||2006-04-19|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2006-04-19|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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