couple of things
Emily Bishop and Nikcole Petkov portray Thing 1 and Thing 2
in Fairview High School’s spring musical, “Seussical the Musical.”
Performances continue Friday at 7:30 p.m. and Saturday at 1
and 7:30 p.m. in the Fairview High School auditorium. (West
Life photo by Larry Bennet)
and answers about the H1N1 influenza strain
Olmsted Fire Cheif Thomas Klecan suggests the linked page containing
Frequently Asked Questions about the "swine flu" as a public
service for West Life readers. The page is from the Web site of the
U.S. Center For Disease Control and Prevention.
primary race hits final week
NORTH OLMSTED Incumbent North Olmsted Mayor
Thomas O'Grady faces three challengers in his bif for re-election
in the May 5 primary.
amount increased for motel purchase
FAIRVIEW PARK The county will likely loan the
city more money to complete the purchase and demolition of the Country
Inn Motel. About $47,000 more is being requested to handle environmental
remediation of the property, which is the cornerstone of a proposed
major redevelopment project.
Emily’s Run draws 600 Sunday
Over 600 runners, many who registered late last week, turned
out for the first ever Emily’s Rainbow Run, a four-mile run, and an
accompanying two-mile walk/run in Westlake Sunday morning to benefit
pediatric cancer research.
finish third at Comet Relays
North Olmsted was busy taking third in the team standings, several
area boys were making their mark at the 54th Comet Relays last Saturday
at Amherst’s Richard Cooley Track. The Eagles finished first in the
is funny business at Clague Playhouse
Neil Simon play is an amalgam of the writer's best sitcom-on-stage
structures, with liberal helpings of door-slamming farce thrown
in, writes West Life theater critic Art Thomas.