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13 Dec 2012

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Dover New Philadelphia Times Reporter (Newspaper) - December 13, 2012, Dover-New Philadelphia, OhioThursday dec. 13, 2012 a Dover new Philadelphia a a 75 centstt7ksi7tt countdown a a t 12 Days until Christmas Marisa supers 9 Dennison immaculate Conception see Marisa s picture Page a-2 Only Onglim Here is some Content available exclusively on our website. a photographer Pat Burk captured wrestling action from tuesday s Claymont at Indian Valley match. See the gallery at photos. Also Check out some video from the match taken by times reporter sports editor Hank Keathley at video a Are your Halls decked with boughs of Holly sparkling with lots of lights Send us photos of your Holiday displays to share on our gallery photos can be uploaded directly to our 2012 Christmas cheer gallery at local Loop. Make sure to include in the caption your name names and Ages of any children in the photo and where the photo was taken. Web poll wednesdays Reader poll Are you sick of the fiscal Cliff talks no l .20% today s Reader poll should Ohio follow Michigan s Lead in adopting a right to work Law a visit timesreport6r.com to submit your answer. Death notices Robert e. Boone Marsha d. Hale Huck or. Charles j. Miller or. Jams a. Reiser William c. Verhei m pull obituaries. Page a-5 follow us i get your news on the go. Follow the times reporter on twitter and on Facebook pick a Winner Husted gives county until Friday to decide 98th House race outcome by Lee Morrison new Philadelphia Ohio Secretary of state Jon Husted has directed the Tuscarawas county Board of elections to Complete its recount and certify election results for the 98th District of the Ohio House of representatives by 4 pm. Friday. Board members Are scheduled to meet at 8 30 . Today in new Philadelphia re Landis Ofarrell Garding the outcome of the nov. 6 general election race involving incumbent rep. Al Landis a Dover and Chal Lenger Josh Ofarrell a new Philadelphia. In a letter wednesday to county Board of elections director Chuck Miller and Deputy director Sarah Kneuss Husted stated that a aboard members May not shirk forgo or abdicate their Legal responsibility to fulfil their duty to count All eligible ballots. The underlying Issue seems to be who has a duty to conduct a recount the bipartisan Board of elections or particular partisan candidates county election officials had expected to certify the results of the recount monday but several 2-2 votes by Board members delayed the process. Hie deadlock which occurred during five separate votes and along party lines involves the recount process. See Winner a-3 waiting for the big Man a a a a i times reporter Jim Cummings a Sydney Siblia. 7, and Bryce Bucher. 8. Both of Strasburg. Wait in line to see Santa Claus at wednesday s Strasburg tree lighting ceremony in the Park in front of the Strasburg school. Harding takes Helm at health dept. By Meghan Millea Dover the Tuscarawas county health department s Board named Bill Harding interim executive director wednesday. Harding the former ceo of Union Hospital will fill the role part time beginning Jan. 1, while the Board seeks a replacement for the health departments longtime executive director Linda fanning who submitted her resignation last week. Harding also is the interim director of personal amp family counselling services. Harding was involved in the health department s Campaign to pass a 1-Mill renewal Levy in november. He told the Board a what a pleasure it was being a part of that Levy Campaign in addition to assuming the responsibilities of the directors position l lard Harding ing also will assist the Board in finding a permanent replacement. The search will begin after the holidays. Fanning a last Day is dec. 31. She served As executive director for 15 years and worked at the health department for 51 years. She submitted her resignation during a special meeting dec. 5. In other new the Board discussed balancing the rising costs of medical care with meeting the needs of the patients. Judy Tornabene the health departments director of nursing mentioned the possibility of fee increases. She expressed concern for the health departments patients but noted there Hasni to been a fee increase since 2009. Tornabene also said the department received 1,900 new clients in 2011. The health department charges on a sliding scale basis. A fee increase would expand the Range of payment she said. A we need to think about the folks who Are under insured or uninsured who Are paying 100 percent Quot Tornabene said. A we have Many Many clients and this is their medical Home Quot Tornabene said she Felt it w As important however that the health department received a some assurances of payment for the excellent care to Mabene added there will be changes with the reimbursement policies in medicare and medicaid due to the affordable care act. A with Obama care i realize More people will be on medicaid Quot she said. The Board tabled the discussion until its next meeting Jan. 9. Quot of s Seq a file a unmasks its readers desires in an annual compilation of its top searches. The iphone 5 was this years Winner. Clicks decide years top Story by Jim Hillibish Gatehouse Ohio Media bet you did no to know it each time you Click on an entry on a search site you re voting for that entry. This is Modem cultural polling. One May suspect its More credible than other polls As the surveying is invisible. unmasks its readers desires in an annual compilation of its top searches. Its based on an aggravation make that aggregation of tens of billions of searches. You can bet anybody dealing with Consumers who Isnit is taking a hard look at the results. So Here w e have it a reflection on clickable moments that fascinated us throughout the year during foggy mornings and cold cups of Coffee. 2012 news Story of the year its not the election or anything out of Washington Iran Nasa or rampaging serial killers. The biggest search earner is the new iphone 5. Its not surprising wireless technology rules the headlines. Everybody s into computers that look like phones. The elections ranked second and the olympics third. Most searched person presidents May think they re important but entertainers get All the online hits with nine female stars in the top 10, let us take a breath and Crown Kim l. It see Story a-3 classifieds 8-6 comics 84.5 editorial a-4 Fly a lottery. .a-3 Tox quarm a-5.6 firme a-6 sports a i to 3 our 110th year. 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