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New Philadelphia Times Reporter (Newspaper) - September 12, 2015, New Philadelphia, OhioToday Sun Mon 6474f 67743 73/45 Complete forecast Page a-2good morning Monica Levengood thank you for subscribing to the times reporter the times reporter $1 in store saturday sept. 12, 2015 sues strippers club owner lawsuit claims protesters have been threatening members of congregation by Kathy Lynn Gray the Columbus dispatch Warsaw Wear of strippers protesting and showing their naked breasts a Church pastor and his flock Are suing them in Federal court in Columbus new beginnings ministries in Warsaw has filed suit against a strip club Owmer and the strippers a male and female a who have been protesting topless outside the Warsaw Church since 2010. The lawsuit filed last week says the protesters have been threatening Church members blocking Church entrances and exits and violating the first amendment right to religious Freedom and the Federal Freedom of Access to clinic entrances act which also applies to churches. Defendants include Thomas George owner of the foxhole strip club in Coshocton county. Plaintiffs include William Dunfee the longtime pastor of new beginnings. Its the latest Salvo in a nine year Battle that began when Church members protested at foxhole on weekends posting customers License plate numbers online and urging them to repent. A i Haven to threatened anyone a Geo age said on thurs Day see Church a-5 a foxhole step club dancers protest in front of the new beginnings ministries Church in Warsaw As the congregation leaves after sunday service Columbus dispatch Kyle Robertson 14 years after sept. 11 attacks night Ohio As nation remembers make sure to Check out for All of the High school sports football stories scores videos and galleries. Local Lucas Young memorial Benefit family members and friends of the late Flamier Lucas. Young Are hoping to grow a memo rid scholarship fund in his Honor. Page a-5 business us Oil production expected to Tumble next year Oil supplies from the United s tates Russia and other countries outside of open Are expected to drop sharply next year a possibly the steepest decline since the soviet Union collapsed a because of Low prices the International Energy Agency forecast Friday. Page b-8 web poll Friday s Reader poll How Nanny games will the Browns win this season 3 or fewer 24% Between 4 and 6 52% a tween 7 and 10 18% times reporter Pat Burk a new pin Ladelphia firefighters talk after being treated to a free breakfast Friday for All area first responders in remembrance of sept. Ii. ,2001, at the Hampton inn in new Philadelphia. Emergency responders discuss sept. 11 attacks Quot it makes your Job tougher especially for those in the bigger cities. It affects everybody but i think it affected the bigger cities As new York More because it happened there. When you go into a building now you look at you re in a High Rise in Canton or Cleveland and these Guys were going up these Steps and now they re gone. In an instant your life changes i think people Are More aware now of their surroundings and people in their surroundings. I know for me. I try to be More aware of my surroundings when in a out and Jim Mic ii new Philadelphia firefighter paramedic compiled by Alex Knisely times reporter staff writer m More than 10 6% total 135 today s Reader poll which team Wilt win the acc North a Baltimore a Cincinnati a Cleveland a Pittsburgh a visit to submit your answer death notices David l. Barker Ronald c. Salvaggio Eileen l. Smith Harry r. Taylor a full obituaries. Page a-5 any first responders from the area joined together Friday in remembrance of sept. 11, 2001. Some participated in local ceremonies and said they appreciated free meals such As the breakfast offered at the Hampton inn in new Philadelphia. Firefighters and police say a lot has changed since the terrorist attacks 14 years ago. They now have a heightened sense of awareness and immediately question w Hether even the smallest incident could be an act of terrorism. Here a what some area emergency responders said when asked about the Impact the sept. 11, 2001, attacks had on their work Miceli �?o1 think that there is a heightened awareness about what s going on around you now. The people who were in new York and Washington that Day that got on the planes and flying Over Pennsylvania it was just another Day for them. We have that Day every Day. We get up and go to work and do what we normally do in our routine and then realize in the blink of an Eye. All that can change. We be lost the a Mayberry mentality. Law enforcement has become very aware of our surroundings and what a going on. We re giving people that second look if we see them walking with a Backpack or if they sit something Down and walk away from that. It s like. A Why Are they doing that Quot and 14 years ago. We would have never thought twice about Mike Goodwin new Philadelphia police chief Goodwin read More reactions on Page a-5 5 relatives o 9/11 victims Mark attack anniversary with grief appeals by Jonathan Lemire and Jennifer Peltz the associated press n new York during years of going to ground Zero every sept. 11, Tom Acquaviva has seen crowds diminish at the ceremonies commemorating the terror attacks. But his determination to participate Hasni to. A was Long As in a breathing i la be Here a Acquaviva 81, said Friday As he arrived to pay tribute to his late son Paul. More than 1,000 victims relatives survivors and re Covey workers marked the 14th anniversary a at ground Zero with grief gratitude and appeals to keep the toll front of mind As years pass. A its a hard Day. But its an important Day. Ill come every year that i can Quot recovery worker Robert Matticola said. But if the priv ate ceremony is smaller than in its Early years the Date also has become an occasion for the Public to revisit ground Zero where the memorial Plaza now opens to everyone on the Anniv Saiy. Around the country the Date was marked with what has become a tradition of lowered flags Wreath Laving Bell tolling and in new York Reading the names of the nearly 3,000 people killed in the terror strikes at the world invade Center the Pentagon see anniversary a-5 Only online Community blogger Jim Gill writes about one Book. One Community in his latest instalment of shelf life. Check it out by visiting the Community blogs Section at6 sur Day sept the times reporter the Premier to Magazine Chuff a Natton work a-6 is opinion a-4 comics b a 7 Region. A-3 milestones a 8 sports b-1 to 5 our u3th year. No. 59 for delivery or Billins questions Celt customer service Anil free a in 330 s4-8-�� my Lor c 8 54 53 00

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