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Dover New Philadelphia Times Reporter (Newspaper) - December 13, 2012, Dover-New Philadelphia, OhioW thursday dec. 13.2012 Region Ohio lottery wednesdays classic lotto 11-12-34-45-46-48 kicker 71-4-1-7-9 wednesdays rolling Cash 5 12-20-23-24-28 wednesdays pick 3 midday 6-7-9 evening 2-5-7 wednesday s pick 4 midday 9-7-7-7 evening 2-1-6-6 wednesday s pick 5 midday 8-21-9-3 evening 6-95-9-5 tuesday s Mega millions 39-44-51-52-54 Mega Ball 13 Mega plier 4 have a Story or news tip Call 330 364 8347 or email winning continued from Al Hie boards tie votes on ballots cast nov. 6 meant Husted a Republican must make a decision. On monday county election officials presented an information packet a including votes and minutes from the boards monday meeting a to Hustedt a office for a ruling. A to weeks ago the Board declared Landis the Winner after certifying All provisional ballots. But because his margin of Victory was just 14 votes or less than 0.5 percent of the vote an automatic recount was necessary. The issues that led to Hustedt a input involve disagreements Over the role of Board members and Board employees during the recount process. Democrats and republicans a including representatives for both candidates who watched the process a disagree on How and when to address issues concerning provisional ballots. The other disagreement involved 14 ballots that were flagged by Board employees or observers As having potential irregularities. Husted stated wednesday that a the Board has the ability to review the ballots at Issue. If any Board member believes the Board should review those items it is the Board members duty to request that review. Thus i break tie votes one two and four in favor of the Board reviewing those ballots the Board believes necessary to be confident All eligible ballots were properly regarding the third tie vote Husted addressed the statement provided by Democrat Board members Ida Barlock and Zack space. He said their statement a does not address the question of whether to run the recount tally to compare the recount results to the official results. On that vote i break the tie in favor of running the recount tally once the Board members Are confident they have fulfilled their duty to count All legally eligible ballots. A finally because or. Space and is. Barlock did not offer any support for their position on the fifth tie vote i break the tie in favor of using the same Standard of ballot review for All ballots that has already been employed by the Husted concluded his letter by stating a the voters and residents of the 98th House District deserve to have the Winner of this contest determined and presented with a certificate of election by the a Isca rawas county Board of retired Captain returns to Lead Tuscola Fop by Joe Mizer Joe new Philadelphia retired Dover police capt. Robert Everett has once again resumed his role As president of Liscora Lodge no. 4 of the fraternal order of police headquartered in Dover. Everett who served As Fop president from 1989 until his retirement from the Dover police department in 2006, was recently installed to a new two year term. Officers for the Fop and fraternal order of police associates were installed before a crowd of 100 in the new Philadelphia vow. Following his retirement in 2006, Everett and his wife Tammi moved to Mesquite nev., where he served a five year stint with the Mesquite police department. Upon returning to Dover in 2011, he resumed his career in Public Everett service by serving As a probation officer for Tuscarawas county common pleas court in new Philadelphia. In april he was appointed to his current position As director of Security at mercy medical Center in Canton. One of Everett a immediate goals As Fop president is to make Lodge 4 More visible within Tuscarawas county. A i think Law enforcement plays a very important role in our communities and people need to see we Are comprised of dedicated men and women who strive to make Tuscarawas county and the communities we live in a better place a he said. The local Fop slate of officers includes Jimmy Martin vice president Rocky Dusenberry treasurer Marc Lautenschleger Secretary in Norris second vice president Travis Stocker sergeant at arms John Grasselli chaplain and David Archer Randy Williamson and Bruce Lowery trustees. Fora officers Are Perry Bache president Bob Fox vice president and tim Howenstine Secretary treasurer. Among those attending saturdays installation ceremonies were state Fop president Jay Mcdonald of Marion second District Fop trustee Marc Lautenschleger 10th District Fop Thistle Jim Goodall and second District Fop trustee Norman Hall. Other honoured guests included former National Fop second vice president Mike Taylor and his wife Cathy Collins Taylor both of Columbus. Trinity auxiliary hosts bake Sale times reporter staff report Dennison Trinity Hospital twin City a United Volunteer auxiliary is hosting a bake and Craft Sale Friday from 8 . To 4 . At the first National Bank of Dennison and at the Hospital s first floor St. Francis conference room. These events also include the Chance to Purchase raffle tickets for a once a Cen Tury item a the hospitals 100-year anniversary quilt tickets for the quilt can be purchased at the Trinity Hospital twin City United Volunteer auxiliary a Coffee bar amp gift shop next to the Hospital lobby and at the sales Friday for $5 each or three chances for $10. All proceeds from ticket sales will Benefit Trinity Hospital twin City. The full Queen size quilt was created under the leadership of Hospital Volunteer june Mathias of Gnadenhutten. The quilt features a picture of Trinity Hospital twin City formerly twin City Hospital from about 1917 and a picture of the present Day building. Story continued from Al Kardashian our news Queen. She dethroned Justin Bieber no. 2 who was King last year. She also garnered no. 1 for reality to Star. All those jokes on a a Conan really paid off for the Kim Ster. Biggest sports Star Peyton mannings amazing comeback won him top honors. He a the nil quarterback who came Back from a serious neck i Yury another comeback of sorts earned no. 2 a Tiger Woods. A Job tim Tebow and his Trade into the world s largest sports Market captured no. 3 even though he did no to do much other than hold press conferences. He was no. 10 last year. Still yammering Terrell Owens assumed the basement for 2012. Most fantastic musician Justin Bieber maintained his 2011 Crown this year. The tragic suicide of Whitney Houston in february placed her name in second followed by Ever visceral Katy Perry. So what happened to the Little monsters lady gaga failed to make the top 10. Songs that keep on roofing South korean Horsey crooner pays a gang Nam style Quot galloped to no. 1, pushing aside the song we still cannot get out a a Cool wind blows in from South Korea pay s a gang Nam style explodes the 2012 record charts. Of our minds Carh Rae Jepsen so Call me maybe Quot and a Boyfriend Quot by Here he is again Justin Bieber. Comics flicks still Rule a the avengers clawed its Way to the top searched movie in 2012. A dark Knight rises Quot permanently stained by the theater killings took no. 2. A a titanic starring throb Leonardo Dicaprio refreshed its 1997 vigor at no. 3 thanks to the films 3-d version. Its Kors not Coors Michael Kors a a project runway Quot judge designed his Way to the top hit fashion Label followed by Louis Vuitton and the sprawling Gucci family Empire. Vids for the kids fun topped the video list followed by Adele and Honey boo boo. Music beat out the rant videos and sporting events of 2011. The most Popw searches for activities were planking lying face Down in in other Hospital volunteers and supporters helped Mathias. Donna Young sewed the quilt blocks Pat Harmon helped pick out the material Amy Jones did the machine quilting and Mathias and her daughter sue Crabtree completed the embroidery. Dick Hodkinson created the fancy scripted tag on the Comer of the Back of the quit to list the names of All the volunteers who worked on the project for More information about volunteerism at Trinity Hospital twin City Call 740-922-7450, ext. 2202. Congruous place Flash mobs spontaneous but somehow choreographed mass dancing and horse Manning stupid photo moments . A the headless horseman via photo shop. Tube Type you could guess a american idol Quot and a dancing with the stars came in 1 and 2 for All their marketing Buzz. But no. 3 was a Surprise a the Young and the restless a reprising the Golden Era of soap to after 40 adulterous years on the air. Top destinations los Angeles vanquished Hong Kong As the most searched travel target. Paris befuddled by riots and France s own remake of socialism did no to even make the list Holiday icons there a Only one the perennial St Nick. His elves were close behind him. Cindy Lou Hoo a or. Seuss Holiday character and source of bizarre hair Dos shoved her Way into no. 3. Odds and ends the most searched fast food was pizza hut papa Johns came in second cementing the nations pizza adoration. Turkey the Bird was the Leader for food. Given this. Weight watchers was the most popular health and wellness search. Myca won top Charity followed by the humane society . And the american red Cross. Ram pets before humans. Dellroy Village Council monday meeting key action Council set a year end meeting for 7 . Dec. 27 discussion clerk Amy Graham told Council that the personnel committee had met just prior to the regular meeting and requested that All Council members review the notes she provided prior to the end of the year meeting. The personnel committee met regarding the hiring and paying deputies of the marshals department and the guidelines being developed by the personnel committee. A decision from Council is expected to be made regarding this ongoing Issue at the end of the year meeting. Mayor Doug Ruby told Council that estimates Are still being gathered for tree removal. Council discussed what would be done with the Wood from Trees that the Village owns and then pays to have Cut Down. Graham advised that the latest decision that Council had made was to take bids for the Wood. Councilman Don Williams told Council that he Felt that the Wood should first be offered to the property owner nearest the tree. Solicitor Jason Jackson advised that it is not mandatory to advertise for bids for the Sale of Wood because it would not bring in excess of $1,000. Since there was no Wood available at this time no action was taken. Street superintendent John Evans inquired of Council if the Road signs recently purchased should be erected. He questioned this because of the size of the signs. He said they appear Over sized. A discussion followed with Council deciding to have the signs installed. Ruby discussed with ran Nril purchasing misting Christmas lights from the local Puritan dub for $1. This motion passed unanimously. Other action a heard Ruby compliment Street superintendent John Evans on the Christmas lights at the Park. A heard Graham report 12 Purchase orders in the amount of $9,826.26 and 25 checks totalling $8,801.10. Marshals receipts were reported at $1,010. A heard fund balances reported As follows $43,141.91 in the general fund $4,368.30 in the Street construction and maintenance fund and $731.73 in the state Highway fond. A heard Joe Mabie report that he had attended the monthly meeting of the Atwood regional water and sewer District. A approved Purchase of a new saw Blade. A declined Purchase of the newest edition of the Ohio Basic code for 2013. Up next regular meeting at 7 Pun. Jan. 14 in the Village Hall. Jacquie Humphrey Robert s medical uniforms Obert s screen printing amp embroidery
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