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Photos on September 28, 2008

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OOPS: Youngstown State quarterback Brandon Summers (6) spirals out of control against Liberty Saturday at Stambaugh Stadium.

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NEVER FORGET: Kathy Migliozzi of Warren lighted a candle for her slain daughter Courtney Rushwin.

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PICKING FLOWERS: Twins Camille and Clarissa Brown, 3, of Youngstown have separate opinions on which mums to buy. They were only two of the thousands Sunday who browsed at Oktoberfest in Boardman Township Park.

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RELEASE: The Rev. Pete Cozart gave opening remarks before a balloon release ceremony in front of a crowd of about 50 at the Warren Ampitheater. Cozart is the leader of the Trumbull County Chapter of Parents of Murdered Children, which conducted its annual Remembrance Day on Sunday.

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LORD OF THE DANCE: Lauren Gallo of Boardman tangos with Dustin Jones of Fred Astaire School of Dance in Boardman. Jones performed 14 dances in the mall concourse Saturday.

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50 YEARS ON: Nick Gentile, Ben Bruno, Jerry Lucas and Tom McIntire, nicknamed the "Four Spacemen," helped the 1957 truthers High football team to score a school-record 402 points and compile a 9-1 record. They celebrated their legacy recently at their 1958 class reunion.

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STEPPING UP: Physical therapist Kenneth Lamb helps veteran Paul Zornjack exercise at the Veterans Affairs Youngstown Outpatient Clinic. The clinic has helped more than 10,000 veterans each year since 2005 with injuries and disabilities suffered during their duty.

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MOVING OUT: Jamie and John Petree stand in front of their home in Gahanna, Ohio, as they move out. The Petrees say that previous owner Andrew Zukowski, who had lost the house in a bank foreclosure, has tried to scare them away for eight years.

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WHAT A BRAT: It’s not Oktoberfest without fresh bratwurst. Jerry Compton and Peggy Ault, both of Boardman, couldn’t resist savoring the traditional sausage meal, complete with onions on top.

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THERAPEUTIC: Youngstown veteran Robino D. Lawrence, left, works with Matt Creed in the physical therapy department of the Veterans Affairs clinic in Youngstown.

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FEELING THE MUSIC: Davine George, left, of Youngstown dances the waltz with dance partner Dean Wellendorf of Canfield. The ballroom dancing exposition took place in the main concourse area of Eastwood Mall on Saturday afternoon. Dance enthusiasts and others who happen to be enjoying a day of shopping at the mall lined the walkway in the course to watch about 73 couples or groups cut a rug.

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BEATING BAY WILLAGE: Bay Village High soccer player Kyle Hyland is stopped by Mooney goalkeeper Jonathan Critell Saturday in Struthers. Looking on are Mooney's Thomas Beck (9) and RObby Fox.

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KEEP AWAY: Kyle Hyland (7) of Bay Village tries to keep the ball away from Mooney's James Simon during Saturday's game in Struthers. The No. 4-ranked Cardinals beat Bay, which was ranked No. 3, 3-0.

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REMEMBERING: Melanie Boucher of Warren lighted a candle for her sister Susan Criss at the Remembrance Day in Warren.

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TASTY: Corey Cook, 4, of Boardman filled his plates with spaghetti and cake for a fundraiser by the Mahoning Valley 9/11 Memorial Committee. The Cook family’s contributions on Sunday will go toward a memorial for victims of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.

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