Ashtabula Star Beacon, January 14, 2007

Ashtabula Star Beacon

January 14, 2007

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Star Beacon (Newspaper) - January 14, 2007, Ashtabula, Ohio Lakeside Matt Jones of 1 200 owt of 1 2000 applicants to By USA DAVIS Staff Writer ldavlsestaebeaconcom ASHTABULA Hes never gotten anything but on his report card and this summer BJfctt Jones will begin the second leg of his academic career Jones a senior at Lakeside High School recently was offered an appointment to the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis Maryland Out of the 12000 who apply only 1200 are accepted and Jones is one of them Jones started the long application process during the summer of his junior and senior year of high school he said During the process Jones had to get a recommendation from Congressman Steve LaTtmrette as well as from teachers and submit his See ACADEMY Page A2 SUNDAY JANUARY 142007 I PUBLISHED DAILY IN ASHTABULA ON THE NATIONAL GRANGE Margaret Peters has been a member for 75 years PAGEF1 CUSANO Judith J DAWSON Elmer V DONDREA Henry A LUSTIG Anne U LYON Mary C NELSON Byron W Jr MARLING George MILLER Charles A REITZ Robert C SHIELDS Marilyn PAGES A6A7 Chewing the Fat86 ClassifiedsD1 CurrentsB1B8 Easy StreetE1E8 HoroscopesE8 NeighborhoodsF1 OpinionA4 SportsC1 Rain Details Page A2 High 38 Low 34 Sunrise am Sunset pm SUPPORT OUR TROOPS CLYO Baseball Sign Ups Sat February 3rd 124pm AtThelOOFHall Happy 60th Arlene Basen Kays Place Now ReOpen For Business St John Pau BingoMTC Ctr Sun Jackpot To have the Star Beacon delivered to your house call 9943242 11 2 SITES CLEANED THE FAT BY SUPERFUND COOPERAT THE KREW PAYS A VISIT TO ROUTE 20 FAMILY RESTAURANT PACE B6 HOT FOR 2OO7 PAGEE1 Strickland sworn in New governor places hope in average Ohioans Bv JULIE CARR SMYTH nt on ncHmatc By JULIE CARR SMYTH Associated Press COLUMBUS Gov Ted Stricklands inaugural cel ebration Saturday was aimed at the needs and sensibilities of average Ohioans whether in the open outdoor staging of the event in the Democrats call for renewed emphasis on public education or in the luxury corn dogs and country music on tap for the Governprs Ball But with an estimated price tag of million the festivities were far from humble Banks insurance companies util ities retailers law firms See STRICKLAND Page A2 we trust our future to the hopes and dreams of the average Ohioan the dividend well see will be the return of Ohios greatness Gov Ted Strickland Associated Press WILL BEG FOR FOOD A SHEEP looks for a possible handout of hay Saturday near Brown Road in Denmark Township BILL WEST Star Beacon Conneaut paving work to get the ruts out More than to be spent fixing roads By MARK TODD Staff Writer mtodd starbeacon com CONNEAUT Motorists in Conneaut will see smoother sailing in 2007 thanks to the second leg of a multiyear paving program officials said More than worth of asphalt and gravel will be spread on city thoroughfares this year said City Manager Douglas Lewis Sections of six streets will be tar geted in the program funded through a voter approved municipal income tax increase This years program was mapped through meetings with Public Works Department per sonnel and Shawn Aiken See RUTS Page A2 Geneva youth to make her television debut DANIEL KRAUS Star Beacon Alexis Moyers and her family will fly to Burbank Calif for taping of the Ellen DeGeneres Show The show will air Tuesday at 4 pm on WKYC Channel 3 Alexis Moyers to hand deliver Girl Scout cookies to Ellen DeGeneres GENEVA Alexis Moyers will appear on the Ellen DeGeneres Show to hand deliver Girl Scout cookies to the talkshow host The 10yearold Geneva Junior Girl Scout e mailed DeGeneres ask ing her to buy some Girl Scout cookies DeGeneres called Moyers and ordered 1000 boxes After asking Moyers how many boxes she had to sell to obtain the prize she want ed DeGeneres called back and ordered 200 more boxes The Moyers family will fly to Burbank Calif for the shows taping The show will air Tuesday at 4 pm on WKYC Channel 3 Moyers will also appear on Good Company at 10 am Wednesday on WKYC Channel 3 More eagles taking wing in Ashtabula County By MARK TODD Staff Writer com ROME TOWNSHIP Eagles seen flying in dif ferent parts of Ashtabula County may mean more nests will soon sprout in the area officials said Wes Foust of Rome a spotter for the Ohio Department of Natural Resources said Friday that eagles have been seen soaring near Geneva ontheLake and Austinburg Township which could mean the countys population may be growing An eagle was seen car rying a branch around the Grand River near the Lake County line Foust said A pair of eagles have been spotted near GOTL the past couple of years See EAGLES Page A2 ;