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New Philadelphia Times Reporter (Newspaper) - September 2, 2015, New Philadelphia, OhioNexus landowners continue to clash Over allowing surveys local Page a 1 today thu Fri 88-/b3 8876r 89�?t/64 Complete forecast Page a-2 Good morning Ryan Merrick thank you for subscribing to the times reporter the times reporter $1 in stores wednesday sept. 2,2015 to special report meth labs fewer but drug a still there special containment team vigilant citizens credited with decline by Jon Baker times reporter staff writer Millersburg the number of meth labs being reported in the this Caracas Valley in 2015 has been on the decline in part because of Gila it Ohio operators of abortion clinics sue Over hurdles the operators of two Southwest Ohio abortion clinics asked a Federal court on tiie Day to declare recently enacted state Laws governing their operations unconstitutional. Page a-2 nation / world Pope priests in holy year can absolve a sin of abortion Pope Francis is applying his Ision of a merciful Church to women who have had abortions easing their path Tow Ard forgiveness and saying he realizes some Felt they had no Choice but to make a this agonizing and painful Page a-6 obesity at 50 May Lead to alzheimer a one More reason to watch the Waistline new research says Peoples weight in Middle age May influence not just whether they go on to develop alzheimer a disease but when. Page a-6 you Tell us Send us your fall foliage pictures its hard to believe september a Here. Fall is just around the Corner and we want to see photos of the amazing foliage we have throughout the Tuscarawas Valley. If you take pictures of the leaves changing color share them with our readers. Email mpg images to share times reporter or to interactive editor Joe Wright at. Include information about the picture for the photo caption. We will share the photos online and will pick some for an upcoming Community Corner Section in the times reporter web poll tuesday s Reader poll do you agree with president Obama s decision to rename mount Mckinley is 17% no 83% total 186 death notices Ralph m. Aberth Winifred a Baker James a Fred Quot Crouse Thelma l. Dry Den Mary a. Miller John r. Scherer a full obituaries. Page a-5 citizens and Quick action by Law enforcement according to investigators. A a it a still there a said sgt. Joe Mullet of the Holmes county meth lab containment team. A a they re manufacturers a Little bit More careful now because people know w hat to look so far this year the team has dealt with 6l meth labs in the four counties it ser est Tuscarawas Holmes Carroll and Harrison As w Ell As Coshocton county. That includes 29 in Tuscarawas county a 18 in new Philadelphia four in Uhrichsville two in Dover and five in Rural areas of the county. In addition there were four labs in Harrison county four in Holmes county and one in Carroll county. Mullet said his team has been to Coshocton county twice to work with the sheriffs department there. At one location the team recovered 14 labs. At another it recovered nine labs. See meth a-3 spirit of 922 times reporter Jim Cummings a 922 Community food drive organizers from left Lone Rogers. Linda Osier and Kathy Norman Check the canned goods tuesday at the twin City Christian service Center food pantry in food drive to Benefit Panti by Lee Morrison times reporter staff writer organizers of the 922 com unit a food drive Are asking for donations to help those who Arentt sure where their nem meal will be coming from. A new study finds that 13,450 people in this Carat As county a including 5,490 children of 25.4 percent of the total a Are food insecure w hich Means that they done to always have Access to Safe and nutritious food. Research by feeding am Erica the nations largest hunger Relief organization found that Overall 14.5 percent of the county s pop elation will face hunger this year. The results Are from feeding americans map them Eal Gap How to Donato study w hich estimates the rate of food insecurity for the general population and separately for children under the age of 18. Tuscarawas county is served by the Akron Canton regional Foo Bank w hich is part of the feeding America network. See need a-5 nonperishable items should be delivered to the first National Bank of Dennison the Dennison fire department or the Uhrichsville fire department on or before sept. 18. Monetary it donations Are especially needed checks should be made payable to a Etc Csuy and mailed to Village of Dennison attention Kathy Norman 302 Grant st., Dennison of 44621922 Dav salutes Hist Oit of Dennison by Lee Morrison times reporter staff writer Dennison this years 922 Day will Mark the 150th anniversary of the of Undi no of the Village of Dennison. Kicking off with a Parade at 5 15 the event will continue until 7 30 on sept. 22. The Parade will feature youth groups Atli Letic teams the Clay Mont High school band Bing the world War ii Mascot of the Dennison Railroad depot museum the Dennison Railroad festival miniature train and other entries. Although it is billed As a youth Parade it is open to anyone. Participants will line up in front of Claymont inter a mediate school on third Street. The Parade will go on third Street and turn West onto North Street before ending at Mccluskey Park. The band will play the National Anthem and perform its halftime show. See Dennison a-3 Only online Community blogger Kristina drummer writes about How a fraternity at old Dominion has been suspended for offensive banners that were directed at incoming female freshmen she is Happy with How quickly the College took action. Read the latest instalment of silence no More under the Community blogs Section at t a Safe Imp up mme a a Ufa Thea you Tuscarawas so doll t forget a do cake or novelties for dessert Dover 330.343.2222 new Phila 330.364.2220 Uhrichsville 740.922.6023 Illinois officer killed police search for three suspects by Carrie Antlfinger the associated press Fox Lake ill Pouce in helicopters with dogs and armed with rifles were conducting a massive manhunt in Northern Illino is on a i essay after an officer was fatally shot w Hile pursuing a group of men. An emotional Fox Lake mayor Donny Schmit described the slain officer it. Charles Joseph Gliniewicz As a personal Friend a three decade member of the department and a father of four sons. A we lost a family member Quot Schmit said of the 52-year-old officer known around town As a Ugi a this commitment to the people of this Community has been unmatched and will be dearly authorities said Gliniewicz radioed in to Tell dispatchers he was chasing three men on foot in the Village of Fox Lake 55 Miles North of Chicago. Communication with him was lost soon afterwards said Lake county sheriffs o office spokesman sgt. Christopher Covelli. A this backup arrived shortly thereafter and found him injured with a gunshot wound a co Velli said. A the officer has succumbed to his injuries and passed a Siide sheriff Raymond Rose told the Chicago Tribune that the officer had also been of his gun and. Other equipment. Less than an hours drive from Chicago the area is. Popular with boaters and for other outdoor pursuits because of see search a-3 Nodars Reader Roll Are you concerned about the safety of police officers a yes a no a visit t me Rcv Sci. 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