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CASH HONOR GRADS Print E-mail
Monday, 16 June 2014 00:00

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- David Schaef photo
CASH HONOR GRADS - Students in the Class of 2014 at Conneaut Area Senior High, who graduated with honors at ceremonies held Wednesday, June 11, 2014, included, from left, row one - Jarred Hannold, Kamal Rangru, Kristen Baker, Dakota Tallman; row two - Kelsey Miller, Synthia Anderson, Jordan Tidwell, Colleen Freligh; row three - Hunter Hoesch, Ryan Himes, Bradley Davison; and row four - Kyle Lukowich, Cole Baker, Aden Clark, and Anthony Williams. 159 graduated in the Class of 2014 at CASH.

 

 
Economic Alliance promises changes to CL Park governance Print E-mail
Written by David Schaef   
Monday, 16 June 2014 00:00

Crawford County Court of Common Pleas Judge Anthony Vardaro ruled on Thursday on a consent decree that ousts the current 7-member Board of Trustees at Conneaut Lake Park and will replace it with a board that will be run by the Economic Progress Alliance.

The decree was between state Attorney General Kathleen Kane and the Trustees of Conneaut Lake Park.

The current Trustees, in the agreement, do not admit to any wrongdoing or negligence but the agreement seeks a $200,000 payment from the Trustees errors and omissions insurance policy that covers companies and individuals from claims made by others for negligent actions.

The court action followed action by Kane who had petitioned the county court last October to dismiss the current board citing Trustees not taking advantage of business opportunities, pushed business away from Hotel Conneaut and noted a lack of insurance coverage [when Dreamland Ballroom was destroyed by an arsonist’s fire Feb. 1, 2008, and the Beach Club burned of undetermined causes Aug. 1, 2013].


For additional details about Economic Alliance promises changes to CL Park governance, as well as the headlines noted below, please purchase a Monday, June 16, newspaper at area locations or a digital download of the paper.

  • Linesville needs new council member! Page 4!
  • June is National Dairy Month! Inside - ad salute!
  • Linesville VFW Ladies Auxiliary meeting held

 
TOP STUDENTS Print E-mail
Monday, 09 June 2014 00:00

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- David Schaef photo
TOP STUDENTS - The second Conneaut Area Senior High School graduation will take place this Wednesday evening at CASH. As promised with the transition from three high schools to one, the first three CASH graduating classes will note the top students from each of the three former high schools. The Class of 2014 salutatorians and valedictorians are, from left, Conneaut Lake - valedictorian, Lacey Murray; salutatorian, Meghan Thomas; Conneaut Valley - salutatorian, Alexander Flavin; valedictorian, Laura Smith; and Linesville - salutatorian candidate, Megan Krachkowski [finished close third] and valedictorian, Kimmy Litwin. Kristen Laird, not in photo, is Linesville salutatorian.

 

 
Headlines for June 9, 2014 Print E-mail

CASH graduation Wednesday evening
Written by DAVID SCHAEF

The Class of 2014 will graduate from Conneaut Area Senior High School Wednesday evening, June 11, at 7 p.m.

It is the second graduating class from CASH with over 150 students graduating in the mid week service - an event that in the Conneaut District has traditionally been held Friday nights and Saturdays.

The school calendar for students ends June 11 and thus the graduation setup.

Graduation returns to Friday night for the Class of 2015 a year from now.

Read more in this weeks issue.

 

Lake junior high football lacks coaches, team may have to join with Valley Middle
Written by DAVID SCHAEF

A lack of football coaches for the Conneaut Lake Middle School team may cause the Conneaut School District to slash the program at the school and send interested players to join the Conneaut Valley Middle School team.

Despite postings by the district and efforts by high school football coach Pat Gould to recruit coaches, no one has stepped forward to run the Lake School’s program.

The lack of coaches was discussed by the Conneaut Board of Education at a work session held Wednesday evening at the Alice L. Schafer Annex in Linesville with discussion being the district would advertise once again. If no one applies the decision will be to bus all interested students from Lake Middle School to Conneaut Valley to play.

Last year’s Lake Middle School football coaches have opted not to return to the program which is estimated at having between 20 - 25 players on the 7th/8th grade squad.

Read more in this weeks issue.


For additional details about these stories , as well as the headlines noted below, please purchase a Monday, June 9, newspaper at area locations or a digital download of the paper.

  • Summit leaders have CL Park concerns! y Page 5!
  • Advertisers salute 2014 CASH graduates!
  • Auction! Page 12!

 
Headlines for June, 2, 2014 Print E-mail

New police cruiser is on the horizon
Written by Lisa Houserman

The purchase of a new police cruiser was discussed during the May meeting of the Conneaut Lake Regional Police Commission.

Police Chief, Todd Pfeifer, who was not in attendance due to a medical leave, requested that an unmarked car be considered for purchase. The topic led to a discussion by members of the Commission including, Lyle Hoovler, Bonnie Smith, Kevin VanHonk, Tim Kaider, Richard Holabaugh and Rose Mumau.

Holabaugh stated that he thought there would be repercussions if they ended up with an unmarked cruiser since they currently have complaints about a heavy police presence.

Read more in this weeks issue.

 

North Shenango supervisors told that auto body repair shop licensing proceeding
Written by Roseanne Staab

North Shenango Township supervisors held their May public meeting with Supervisors Dan Dickey, Eloise Settlemyre and Bill Emerick in attendance. Secretary Denise Gray took the minutes and there were 4 citizens present. All stood to salute the American Flag.

There was no Public Comment.

Under the Code Report, Secretary Gray brought up the local Anderson property, which has been in violation of junk and property maintenance. She said that the neighbors there are complaining about it and that the DEP was notified and had been out to investigate. HAZMAT authorities were not there.

Read more in this weeks issue.

 

CL Park tax sale proposal is a Sadsbury Township discussion topic
Written by Roseanne Staab

Sadsbury Township supervisors held their May public meeting with Supervisors Kevin VanHonk, Lyle Hoovler and Bonnie Smith in attendance. Secretary Rose Mumau took the minutes and there were 4 citizens present.

For Public Comment, a man stood to talk about Bill’s Midway Marina Boat Storage on Rt. 18. There is a development plan for two additional boat storage buildings to be erected. Clay Fales, Surveyor and Engineer, is doing work on these plans.

There is a staging area located in the vicinity for boats, and the business also launches them in the water for their customers.

Read more in this weeks issue.


For additional details about these stories , as well as the headlines noted below, please purchase a Monday, June 2, newspaper at area locations or a digital download of the paper.

  • CASH holds spring sports banquet! Photo, story Page 10!!
  • Free digital adapters from Armstrong! Inside!
  • Auction! Page 5!

 
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