October 6, 2004
of the corn
Why is this child, who is standing on her father’s shoulders,
in the middle of a corn field, pointing? The answer can be found
in this week’s Family Foray column on page 7B in the print edition
of West Life.
(Photo by Larry Bennet)
'Dear Voter' letter not
with charter amendment text
WESTLAKE The 8th District Court of Appeals
Friday denied an emergency motion which would have allowed the city
to mail to residents a “Dear Voter” letter along with the texts
of two proposed charter amendments.
try to rise above jet noise
FAIRVIEW PARK Some Fairview Park residents
have joined city officials and formally raised their voices to protest
the noise from jets flying over the city from Cleveland Hopkins
files suit against city
over proposed dealership rezoning
NORTH OLMSTED Officials
representing the proposed $2 million Ganley Volkswagen dealership,
which city council narrowly defeated in the spring, have taken a new
road by filing a civil suit against the city.
Demons need to pass two more tough tests
Demons play a difficult schedule against many of the tops teams in
Ohio. They have gone 12-2 the last two years in the Southwestern Conference.
But two years in
a row, one team has stood in their way Bay.
still life left in the Dead Horse
The next-to-last art show at Lakewood's Dead Horse
Gallery, featuring recent paintings by Amy Casey, opens Friday.
have a strong sense of location, and Casey often paints these fantasy
scapes from memories of seeing them flash by in commuter-train windows,
imparting a particularly dreamy quality. Chalres Cassady profiles
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