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5 Sep 2015

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New Philadelphia Times Reporter (Newspaper) - September 5, 2015, New Philadelphia, OhioSaturday sept. 5.2015 Ujj Region Mega millions for Mega millions results visit. Ohio lottery fridays pick 3 midday 4-8-5 evening 4-5-8 fridays pick 4 midday 9-5-8-0 evening 5-7-5-0 fridays pick 5 midday 6-3-9-2-9 evening 8-4-6-7-0 fridays rolling Cash 5 2-18-20-21-25 have a Story or news tip Call Hank Keathley local news editor at 330-364-8343 or email hank.keaimeywfiyesw9erausebg.v. Mathaius India ministry holding banquet in Walnut Creek Walnut Creek for More than 30 years or. Mathai has been visiting friends in the larger Holmes county area and has ser Edas the connector Between believers Here in Ohio and believers in India. He was first invited to the Holmes county area by pastor Homer Kandel founder of the German Village shopping Center in Berlin Many locals have become friends of Mathai and the ministry of India evangelical Mission Iemand Many from our area have visited the work in India. Mathai will be holding his ministry a annual Fellowship dinner at 6 15. Sept. 11, in the Carlisle inn. The Public is invited to attend. A a it a encouraging to see that the work of or. Mathai in India is not just a feeding program but spreading the message of Jesus Christ a said pastor Joe Mullet of Sugarcreek. Mullet and his wife Ina have travelled to India and seen firsthand How lives Are changed through Mathaius ministry. Mullet has taught in the Church and Bible College at India evangelical missions base in Kerala state of South India and among Church members in the metropolitan City of Mumbai in the North. A very special part of the sept. 11 dinner is the release of Mathaius new biography. The Book was printed in India and this will serv e As the official us release. Mathaius biography titled a the Lead eth me the thrilling Saga of. Mathai and the founding of India evangelical Mission will be available for Purchase at the dinner. The Book is the Story of How god transformed a school bully in Kerala South India into a zealous tool for gods kingdom. The narrative spans across continents cultures and circumstances. The Story reflects on How god sends his Angels to deliver him from gun toting thugs who barged into his room or kept him alive through a dangerous ride in California streets w Hile his diabetic blood sugar w As Rock Bottom. Others from the Holmes county area who have visited India and have seen Mathaius ministry include Bill Mullet Roy a. Mast Melvin Mullet Eddie Hochstetler Gerald and Ada local briefs River Valley antique tractor pullers association to Host tractor Puli Sugarcreek the River Valley antique tractor pullers association w us hold a Benefit tractor Puu at the Harv est Tyack Bam 420 dutch Valley drive for the Swiss. Valley serv ice at 10. Sept 12. The event will include food and a raffle. Proceeds from the event w us go to Swiss Valley ambulance service. River Valley tractor pullers Praise in the Park to be held sept 5 Newcomerstown Peoples con Unity Church will Host its annual Praise in the Park event at noon sept. 5 at by Young memorial Park Pavilion no. 8. Singers will include Bob cast Ermine Ron and Maggie Stowers and Kathy Stevens fellow ship and food jul be offered. For More information Call 740-498-8750 or 330-440-4916. People s Community Church Trinity Hospital twin City to hold diabetes group Trinity Hospital Tuvin City will accept registrations for a free diabetes group education series. The group will meet from 10. To noon ties Day a sept. 22 and 29, oct. 6 and 13 and nov. 24 at the new Coiner Storti Library Annex meeting room 123 e. Main St. Newcomerstown area residents w to have Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes Are encouraged to Register soon. Space is limited. To Register Call 7-10-922-7450, ext. 2177. Trinity Hourtal twin City outdoor movie night at Clark memorial Library Freeport an outdoor movie screening of a How to your dragon 2�?� will by held at 8. Sept 11 at Clark memorial Branch Library 102 w. St. For More in foliation Call 740-658-3855. Deb Milligan submitted photo this is what you Call relaxing a Dezi knows How to handle the dog Days of summer. She recently took a break from the heat Content to lie in the family Hammock. Dezi is a 1 Pryear old Malti poo. And of the Tim Dummermuth family of continued from a-1 Yostos office said the records will be i corp it rated into an ongoing annual financial audit of the school Choice office while Meyers said it does no to confirm or deny w hat investigations if any Are underway. But Stephanie Dodd said a coalition of school Board members she leads that a seeking an outside review into former school Choice director David Hansen Hasni to changed its mind. She said the sheer volume of the records justifies hiring an outside firm. Rep. Teresa Fedor of Toledo said the absence of any communications Between Hansen and superintendent Richard Ross in the records demands a a deep dive by someone unassociated with the administration of Republican. John Kasich. A the Complete Lack of any Public records from or. Ross shows Thal at Best he is wild by incompetent or worse he is deeply involved a Fedor said in a statement. Hansen resigned july 18, Days after acknowledging to the state school Board that he had omitted failing grades of online and dropout recovery schools from the evaluations of charter school sponsors so poor Marks a a mask successes elsewhere. The inaccurate evaluations pertaining to five of 64 sponsors were retracted. Ross said he was unaware of the omissions until he read about it in the press citing a a a breakdown no in the office As a huge personal disappointment for him As an advocate for Tough accountability standards. Emails show data experts at the department were puzzled by some of Hansen a requests. At times they alerted him that he lacked the necessary clearances to share data he was requesting outside the Agency at other times they subtly warned him his suggested treatment of the data w As outside Ohio Law. Education department spokeswoman Kim Norris said the Agency had no response to personal allegations against Ross. Besides providing the documents to investigators Norris said a Otlie office moved quickly to rescind the evaluations and put in to place a new internal governance con Pittee to make sure business practices Are As Strong As they can be. An impartial panel is also reviewing our charter school evaluation Fedor said neither Meyer nor Yost w Ould be fully Independent. Meyer was appointed by. John Kasich and Yost is a fellow Republican. Also Hansen a wife is the governors presidential Campaign manager and Ross is in Kasich a Cabinet. Yost spokeswoman Brittany Halpin said such allegations Are a nothing but a auditor Yost has been doing nothing if not leading the charge to Reform the charter schools a she said. Lare Paw m pour Low Back hips legs neck shoulders or arms or. William a. Smith chiropractic physician a we door Cero tractor interstate77 t voted 11 chiropractor 2014 to fact Lcy a to i �.330.364.1402 404 a. Rear Werdine shop amp visit Ahr actions located along interstate 77 ?----destinatlon77.com _ it a rom. _ Hershberger Mary Chupp Marvin and Katie Raber Eddie Kline Mike Kline Lamar Hershberger Melvin and Dena Yoder Richard and Jane Graven Mark and Dorothy Rohrer and Arlen Miller. The sept. 11 dinner will feature singing by voices for Christ from the Sugarcreek area and updates and reports from the Field by Mathai. Dayan Mathai son of. Mathai is scheduled to speak about the vision of Lem. Pastor Paul Wallace from Sedona Arizona has visited India with or. Go Mathai four times and is set to address the attendees live at the dinner via Skype. The dinner is free and open to the Public. There will be Opportunity Given at the dinner to financially contribute to the w Ork of India evangelical Mission in India and Purchase Mathaius new biography. For reservations a sep no later than sept. 8 to Sam and Mary Hershberger at 330-231-5092, Eddie and Irene Hochstetler at 330-674-1485, Mel and Amanda Mullet at 330-852-2294, or Gerald and Ada Hershberger at 330-204-5705. X in times reporter file Jim Cummings i a the Dover dam was built in response to a devastating flood j in 1913. Dover dam constructed of Concrete project prompted by devastation of flood i by Alex Knisely times reporter staff writer Dover prompted by the devastation of the 1913 flood the Muski Ngum watershed conservancy District was formed in 1933. With a pledge of $42 million in Federal funds and $6 million in state Aid work began on a series of dams and reservoirs in 18 coun l 50 Tuscarawas Valley treasures ties in Eastern and Central Ohio. One of those projects included the Dover dam on which work began in july 1935. The dam built by the Bates and Rogers construction co. Of Chicago was the Only one in the District constructed completely of Concrete. Work at Dover dam was completed on dec. 4, 1935, when col. Arthur of the army corps of engineers accepted the need directions Gas it at state route 800, Between state route 416 and state route 212. Dam on behalf of the Federal government. Caretakers operated the dam until the Mcd assumed control of it on july 1,1938. Officials have had concerns about the stability of Dover dam since 1969 due to faults in its foundation Bedrock. Funding was provided in 1982 to perform minimal investigation but the project was not funded again until fiscal year 2003. In april a $60 million safety Assurance project w As completed to help stabilize the aging flood control Structure. 50 Tuscarawas Valley treasures is a look at the regions historic landmarks and unique venues that make the Tuscarawas Valley one of a kind. Up next although this treasure disappeared Many years ago it is Titi remembered for its unique wartime distinction. 50 Tuscarawas Valley treasures is sponsored by i a to Narrai 4� h Woomin a Dow on 446? 330i 364 amp Sis

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