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Dover New Philadelphia Times Reporter (Newspaper) - March 28, 2015, Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio German wings co Pilot May have Hao hidden illness nation Pagh a 8 today Sun Mon 34716 49/36 54/31 Complete forecast. Page a-2 i con Ontic development ii in i 111 i i t i i Gion Pagh a 3 $1 in stores times reporter saturday March 28, 2015 teacher Green at Claymont or. High when accused of setting 14-year-old student by Lee Morrison times reporter staff writer former Claymont Junior High teacher Sean c. Green has been indicted by a Tuscarawas county grand jury after he was accused of setting a 14-year-old student. Green 29, of the Mineral City area and formerly of Dover was indicted on one count of pandering obscenity involving a minor a fourth degree felony and two counts of disseminating matter harmful to juveniles both fifth degree felonies. Green is scheduled to be arraigned at 12 15 . April 16 before judge Edward of Farrell in Tuscarawas county common pleas court in new Philadelphia. Judge Elizabeth Lehigh Thomakos will be assigned the trial. The charges involve Possession of a a nude picture of a minor via text messaging a and Green sending text messages to the student that a described illicit details of a exp Al nature and sent a nude photo of himself according to court documents. Investigators have said that visit to Iceland reveals. A Frozen world of White and Blue ice photo Courtesy of Jon Baker i v v a editors note times reporter staff writer Jon Baker arrived in Iceland March 13 and stayed in the world northernmost capital City. Reykjavik until March 17. He plans to go Back one Day see the rest of the Island country which covers about 40,000 Square Miles until i to i j times reporter Jon Baker a hikers ascend the solheim Jokull Glacier in Southern Iceland. Top times reporter staff writer Jon Baker poses with an ice a while hiking on solheim Jokull Glacier in Southern Iceland on March 16. Done to miss video from the trip at . Country proves Beautiful fascinating by Jon Baker times reporter staff writer Reykjavik Iceland i flunked Crampon Igi. I just grasp the intricacies of fastening crampons a traction devices used to improve mobility on Snow and ice during ice climbing a to my hiking boots. I listened intently As our guide explained How to run the straps through the Hooks on the crampons but when i did it myself it just did t turn out right. So finally our guide had to fasten them for me before my group began its ascent of the solheim Jokull Glacier in i Southern Iceland. It was a Milt Day a with temperatures in the mid-30s a but a fierce wind chilled me even though i had on four layers of clothing Wool socks and a Wool hat. I soon forgot about the cold though As we got on top of the Glacier and surveyed a Frozen world of White and Blue ice. I had never hiked on a Glacier before and it was an unforgettable experience. See Frozen a 5 90 Baker times reporter Jon Baker a Snow covered mountains Tower Over things Ellis National Park in Iceland. The first parliament in Iceland was held on the shores of this Lake in 930, when the Island s original Viking settlers gathered Here to make Laws for the country. Web poll fridays Reader poll do you agree with the sports illustrated prediction for the indians to win the world series yes 22%_ a no _78% total 154 installing s servicing garage doors s openers since 1985 today a Reader poll do you still watch a saturday night live Quot a yes a no a i never did a visit time reporter com to submit your answer. Dove door Lac Lill in my by garage door amp opener sales a service installation we service All brands compare our prices i fix broken Springs 24/7 Imor gency service free estimates Call today 330-365-1675 Ceu 330-432-6552 the cellphones of Green and the student have been confiscated after a family member contacted police after becoming aware of the situation. See indicted a 5 uhf Ville budget struggle ongoing in 2015 Mic ills say income tax approval crucial by Alex Knisely times reporter staff writer Uhrichsville City officials Are predicting finances will remain in the Black this year. However funding will remain tight unless an income tax is approved in May. Council unania Otilly passed the City s 2015 budget thursday will appropriations totalling $3,379,221 the City a general fund will total $1,500,253. Finance committee c chairman Bill Grandison said there Are no changes to this years budget compared to the one passed in 2014. He said things ended up about the same. A we still have a shortage of funding and we have the same problems this year that we had last year a a Grandison said. A the streets arc bad. Equipment is not doing Well. So without the 0.25 percent income tax increase things Arentt going to look much the Only remedy to a tight budget Grandison could ofter is operating the City Day by Day a and Hope that nothing major happens that would necessitate spending a Large amount of the City a Money. Out of the general fund the police department w As appropriated the highest amount $549,132. Following that figure is the fire department with a budget of $441,975. See budget a a death notices Darla d. Allen Thelma i. Davis Shirley a. Quot skip Quot Koehler v Marie Larson Albert l. Striker Iii Denver Quot Dean Quot teeters Mose a Troyer a full obituaries Page a 5 Church a 6 nation Brkl a k classifieds b 8 comics. B-5. B milestones a ? opinion. A 4 Region. A3 sports. B l to 3 our 112th year no. 257 for delivery or Billing questions Call customer service toll free 800 686 557? local 330 364 838? Gatehouse Media inc. $ 2015 5 41 53"000

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