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« Latest photos / 2009 / April / 13

Photos on April 13, 2009

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Dr. Charles Sung, a Hubbard veterinarian, who helped establish the Bummer Fund to help pay for animal care.

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YSU wide receiver Aaron Pitts during 4-9-09 practice.

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Abby Burton, 16, of Brookfield punches during a self defense course for females ages 16-18 at the Jewish Community Center.

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Design It owner Jenifer Daigle (34) of Canfield and Cortney Prout (7) of Canfield talks about finger knitting and Design It in Canfield

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Mahoning Valley Phantom Stefan Salituro (90)takes the puck down the ice past Traverse City North Stars Nate Urbaniak (9) during the second period at The Ice Zone Sunday evening.

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Mahoning Valley Phantom Robert Harrison (4) puts the puck past Traverse City North Stars C.J. Motte (30) during the second period scoring the teams second goal at The Ice Zone Sunday evening.

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Cortney Prout (7) of Canfield demonstrates finger knitting at Design It in Canfield

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Curtis Moses of Youngstown said he understands that police officers have a job to do, but he said one Youngstown officer went too far. Moses’ 7-month-old dog, Diva, was fatally shot about 13 times during a pursuit of felony suspects. He shows off the spent bullets and marks and holes on the floor left behind in the wake of the shooting on his E Lucius in Youngstown home.

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Cortney Prout (7) of Canfield demonstrates finger knitting at Design It in Canfield,

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YSU's Jabari Scott

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Heather Knoske, manager of The Manor at Howland Glen is shown on one of the units at the soon to open complex. The Manor at Howland Glen is an apartment community for people 62 and older. It is owned by Lutheran Housing Services of Howland, a partnership of Shepherd of the Valley, Lutheran Social Services of Northern Ohio and St. Luke Luke’s Lutheran Community. The facility officially opens Friday, April 17.

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Fischer

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Deanna Black and Jared Woodward

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Cooper

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Michael Kavouras and Jennifer Gonzalez

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The Vindicator/Lisa-Ann Ishihara ANIMAL ATTRACTION: All smiles as they prepare for a big fundraiser, the Angels for Animals Garage Sale, are, left to right, Meegan Ambrose, DVM, Marlene Braunlich, general manager, and Diane Less, founder and board member. They are standing in Cat Room No. 1 with some of their friends at the shelter, Route 165 in Canfield.

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