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Stories published May 27, 2001
Dan McGahagan of Austintown aced the 168-yard, No. 11 hole at Olde Dutch Mill. He used an 8-iron.
A waterfront facility will get spruced up. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU EAST
From the Sunshine State to Lone Star State, here's a look at whats new at the zoo this summer, or
Radio Reading Service connects the visually impaired to community at large. By MARALINE KUBIK
Arms Family Museum of Local History -- 648 Wick Ave., Youngstown, (330) 743-2589: "Heart & amp;
STEPHANIE PRICE KEVIN FINLEY COLUMBIANA -- Exchanging vows before the Rev. Dan Schomer during a
Once a bustling railroad depot, Arcadia is known for its yesteryear look and popular rodeos. By
Reading the fine print is essential for warding off travel woes. Last week we looked at charges
Penn State Shenango offers kids' programs SHARON, Pa. -- Penn State Shenango at 147 Shenango
Girard garage sale is set next month GIRARD -- The annual citywide garage sale will be from 9 to 5
ANGELA MERCADO GENO LESHNACK CAMPBELL -- Angela Mercado of Youngstown became the bride of Geno
ANGEL OLSON WILLIAM LAUDERMILT YOUNGSTOWN -- Honeymooning in Cancun, Mexico, are Mr. and Mrs.
AMY DOBOZY ROBERT CICCHILLO YOUNGSTOWN -- Nuptial vows were exchanged at 1 p.m. May 26 by Amy
Wages and fringe benefits make up the bulk of expenses. By AMANDA C. DAVIS VINDICATOR TRUMBULL
DENA MOHN ARTHUR MILLER NEW MIDDLETOWN -- Arthur G. Miller and his bride, the former Dena S. Mohn,
The Bulldogs will play in their first state semifinal game Friday in Ashland. By JOHN BASSETTI
The June 25 event at Squaw Creek will feature prizes. VIENNA -- Youngstown Symphony Guild will
Keeping documents on computers instead of in filing cabinets will free up space By BOB JACKSON
SALEM -- Timberlanes will be the setting June 3 for a family dinner party to be held in celebration
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. -- The 2001 football season for Westminster College marks the completion of a
ALLISON HELLER DEREK STULPIN COLUMBIANA -- First Christian Church was the setting at 10:30 a.m.
The Wildcats finished a 19-5 record. By MARK W. MILLER VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF KENT -- Two
May TODAY -- Rolling Hills Kickoff Scramble in Pulaski, Pa., (724) 964-8201. June 1 --
Opinion: Poor class scheduling at YSU is hard on students EDITOR: On the front page of last Sunday's
TRUMBULL COUNTY Docket Marco Opthalmic Inc. vs. Richard S. Kattouf, O.D., settled and dismissed.
VICTORIA DECOLA JOHN THOMPSON YOUNGSTOWN -- Victoria Lynn DeCola, 27645 Caroline Circle, Westlake,
KRISTI POWELL CHRISTOPHER MARRA MINERAL RIDGE -- The Church of Christ of Mineral Ridge was the
Trip to Niagara Falls The Lillian Spain Foundation, an organization for black women with breast
TINA SIMONE GARY THIEL II AKRON -- A honeymoon in Aruba followed the wedding of Tina Marie
1418 AUXILIARY X1418 Auxiliary Seniors will meet at 1 p.m. June 7 at The Oak View in Struthers
COLLEEN LAIR DONALD MASCOLA JR. CANTON -- Colleen Marie Lair of Canfield and Donald Joseph Mascola
A request for development proposals a year ago netted no responses. By HAROLD GWIN VINDICATOR
Q. I want to add a unique deck and screened gazebo kit to my house. It gets baked by the afternoon
By ROB STOUT SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR Primarily known for the novels and short stories that for
MUSIC HALL Expenses Warren officials are looking at ways to boost revenue, increase
Opinion: As if last November's election weren't enough to keep historians busy, the decision by Vermont Sen.
BASEBALL Division I Boardman 11, Canton GlenOak 1 Division II Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin 7,
TARANNUM MUSVEE BABUR LATEEF OAKBROOK, Ill. -- Dr. Tarannum Musvee, Bartlett, Ill., and Dr. Babur
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF YOUNGSTOWN & amp; MAHONING COUNTY "Around the World in (Almost) 80 Days."
Rooms, which once heard the sounds of ticket sellers, conference calls and meetings, will soon buzz
BOARDMAN -- Mr. and Mrs. Donald Frank, 165 Shorehaven Drive, were honored by family and friends
By JENNINE ZELEZNIK VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF Every life, an advertisement for a well-known
Stan Hywet has new audio tour Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens, the Akron historic estate featuring a
Items visitors will see include a horse-shaped tire swing and an elephant made of oil drums. ONA,
LAS VEGAS -- The Little Chapel of the Flowers was the setting May 6 for the wedding of Christopher
GIRARD -- A reception was held April 29 at the Victorian Room in Niles in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Tony
A popular role-playing game is the centerpiece of a four-day convention. By SEAN BARRON
Today: 1 p.m., Return of the ospreys, all ages. May 28: 11 a.m., Song of Hope, a look at bluebirds,
POLAND -- A dinner May 26 at the Holiday Inn South, Boardman, was held in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
Beginning Friday at The Butler Institute of American Art Trumbull branch is the long-awaited
The company first must decide what type of vehicle will be made at the plant. By DON SHILLING
The marvels of modern science don't always solve the problem -- particularly when it comes to
By BRIAN RICHESSON VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF AUSTINTOWN -- Surroundings don't matter much to
Who: Yankees (Lilly 1-0) at Indians (Colon 4-4). When: 1:05. Radio/TV: WKBN-AM (570), WPIC-AM
VINDICATOR STAFF REPORT COLUMBUS -- The Canfield High doubles team of Shalin Shah and Chris
MAHONING COUNTY Dacas HotMeals offers hot, nutritious meals weekdays at 12 locations in Mahoning
Officials said the disease is spread through saliva. ALLIANCE -- Officials at Alliance Community
BOARDMAN -- Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Ortenzio, 171 Southwoods Ave., marked their 50th wedding
BASEBALL SATURDAY'S SCORES DIVISION I Boardman 11, Canton GlenOak 1 DIVISION II Walsh Jesuit
Volunteers needed YOUNGSTOWN -- The Youngstown Area Soap Box Derby needs about 75 volunteers for
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation will be repairing various roadways in the county this
Family, friends visit ailing congressman WASHINGTON -- Family members gathered Saturday at the
SATURDAY XIkebana Youngstown will hold a flower show from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and June 3 at
Some nurses demonstrated outside the home of Forum Health's president. YOUNGSTOWN -- Dozens of
More information about Arcadia, Fla., is available at www.arcadia-antiques.com on the Web or from
Astronomers have theorized for decades that comets may have brought water and other life-necessary
HEATHER PUSZTAI NICHOLAS SMITH HUBBARD -- Heather Pusztai and Nicholas Smith, both of Hubbard,
BY REBECCA SLOAN VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT They tunneled their way through the bed of begonias,
Slovak concert June 12 YOUNGSTOWN -- A concert by Funny Fellows of Bratislava, Slovakia, will be
Dr. Friedman is an author and has produced 11 documentaries. YOUNGSTOWN -- B'nai B'rith of
MICHELLE ALTRUI BRAD BLACKBURN HUBBARD -- Brad Blackburn and his bride, the former Michelle
KRISTEN STARR THOMAS CONNELLY AUSTINTOWN --Kristen Lee Starr, a daughter of John and Lorrie Starr,
Proceeds from the 18-hole event will support cardiovascular research. CANFIELD -- Area golfers are
GLORIA BROWN ROBERT STOREY BOARDMAN -- Gloria A. Brown and Robert G. Storey, both of 1760 S.
Howland Senior SCOPE Center will sponsor a lecture from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday. Tom McGuire
VETERANS Health fair for women The second annual Women Veteran's Health Fair at the Veterans
Meeting schedule for the week of May 27: TODAY VVA 135, Vietnam Veterans, at American Legion
Vehicles, boats needed Big Brothers & amp; Sisters' Cars for Kids' Sake is a program that
NORTHFIELD RESULTS SATURDAY 1st--Born To Differ(D Mc Kirgan)10.604.803.80 Tooltime(W Case
LOCAL Former Youngstowner pens first novel Ted Berndt, pastor of Faith Family Center in
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YOUNGSTOWN --In celebration of their 50th wedding anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Senchak, South
OK, maybe I've spent too much time in the rain this week, but I have question: Why, in the wide,
TUESDAY American Red Cross Austintown Donor Center, 57 Westchester Drive, noon to 7 p.m.
Opinion: Many years ago, the Keep America Beautiful national campaign included a television advertisement
FIRST-CLASS ROOKIES As their first school season ends, these young instructors have found teaching very satisfying. The job, however, has thrown them a few curves.
Five first-year teachers reflect on their inaugural year in the classroom. By RON COLE
The Spartans are headed back to state after disposing of Cuyahoga Falls. By TOM WILLIAMS
Call Eleanor Young, (330) 758-8273; Dorothy Haddox, (330) 799-1613; or the Garden Center, (330) 740-
MERRY GUBANY JOSEPH WAGNER II YOUNGSTOWN -- Honeymooning in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, are Joseph
BIRTHS St. Elizabeth Jon and Donna Burnell, 278 W. 16th St., Salem, girl, May 25. Salem and
By RON COLE VINDICATOR EDUCATION WRITER dozen energetic third-graders sit cross-legged on a rug
HOLLY MORGAN RICHARD CARR JR. PROVIDENCIALES, British West Indies -- Exchanging marriage vows
TAMMY LOLAKIS BRIAN BRANCACCIO ST. THOMAS, Virgin Islands -- Nuptial vows were exchanged by Tammy
YOUNGSTOWN -- Youngstown State University's Reserve Officers' Training Corps commissioned five new
YOUNGSTOWN -- The 100th anniversary of the Youngstown Saxon Club was celebrated during a banquet
LOS ANGELES TIMES New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport this week will open its second
MEN Friday Jednota -- (Tanglewood) Low gross: R. Jonda, C.J. Andre 38; Low net: G. Smith 34, J.
When you sit on the bench across from Vincent van Gogh's painting of fellow artist Gauguin's
AUSTINTOWN -- Nancy Diller-Shively, president and chief executive of Cambridge Home Health Care, was
The Vindicator spelling bee champion says he'll deal with being in the national competition one
February 26, 1966, TV Guide with Charles Briles, Linda Evans, Barbara Stanwyck of "The Big Valley,"
LAWYERS Dattilo earns law degree Brian G. Dattilo, son of Diane J. Dattilo, Boardman, and Gerald