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  1. 'Plastic' Halloween skulls found in Connecticut are human remainsFri, 31 Oct 2014 19:46:34 -0400
    MILFORD Conn. (Reuters) - A pair of Connecticut junk haulers was stunned to learn on Friday that two skulls picked up at the cluttered home of a deceased man on the day before Halloween were human remains, not made of plastic as they had thought. More...
  2. 'Subway Diet' failure led to Subway robbery, Alabama suspect tells policeFri, 31 Oct 2014 16:41:45 -0400
    (Reuters) - A suspect in an armed robbery of a Subway sandwich restaurant in Alabama told investigators he acted out of anger because of his failed "Subway Diet," police said on Friday. More...
  3. Parachutist rescued from Missouri radio towerFri, 31 Oct 2014 14:34:37 -0400
    (Reuters) - A man's plan to leap from a Missouri radio tower south of St. Louis went awry when his parachute got stuck on a supporting wire, leaving him suspended 155 feet above the ground, a fire official said on Friday. More...
  4. Fed's George to send BBQ sauce to San Francisco Fed chief after Giants winThu, 30 Oct 2014 19:00:44 -0400
    SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Kansas City Federal Reserve Bank President Esther George plans to send San Francisco Fed President John Williams some local barbecue sauce to commemorate his home team's World Series victory, spokesmen for the banks said on Thursday. More...
  5. Police led to Alabama drug suspect by his dogThu, 30 Oct 2014 16:51:28 -0400
    BIRMINGHAM Ala. (Reuters) - Police in Alabama found a suspected drug dealer who was hiding in tall grass near his home after the man's dog, tail wagging enthusiastically, led officers to him, police said on Thursday. More...
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  1. Test flight of Virgin Galactic spaceship ends in fatal crash in CaliforniaSat, 01 Nov 2014 02:14:29 -0400
    MOJAVE Calif. (Reuters) - A passenger spaceship being developed by Richard Bransons Virgin Galactic company crashed during a test flight on Friday near the Mojave Air and Space Port in California, killing one pilot and seriously injuring the other, officials said. More...
  2. China's October factory growth unexpectedly hits five-month low: official PMISat, 01 Nov 2014 00:31:14 -0400
    BEIJING (Reuters) - China's factory activity unexpectedly fell to a five-month low in October as firms fought slowing orders and rising costs in the cooling economy, reinforcing views that the country's growth outlook is hazy at best. More...
  3. Kurdish peshmerga forces enter Syria's Kobani after further air strikesFri, 31 Oct 2014 18:21:54 -0400
    SURUC Turkey/BAGHDAD (Reuters) - A convoy of Iraqi Kurdish forces in Turkey rolled late on Friday across the border into Syria to help Syrian Kurds defend the besieged town of Kobani that has become the focus of a Western-backed war against Islamic State insurgents. More...
  4. Army officer takes charge in Burkina Faso, ousting general Sat, 01 Nov 2014 01:49:42 -0400
    OUAGADOUGOU (Reuters) - An officer in Burkina Faso's presidential guard seized power on Saturday promising to lead the West African country to elections after the resignation of longtime President Blaise Compaore, in an apparent putsch against the military chief of staff. More...
  5. Exclusive: U.S. probing Standard Chartered over Dubai banking - sourcesFri, 31 Oct 2014 19:08:36 -0400
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. authorities are investigating London-based Standard Chartered Plc for potential U.S. sanctions violations connected to its banking for Iranian-controlled entities in Dubai, according to people familiar with the probe. More...
  6. Judge rejects isolation for U.S. nurse who treated Ebola patientsSat, 01 Nov 2014 02:08:13 -0400
    FORT KENT Maine (Reuters) - A Maine judge ruled on Friday that a U.S. nurse who treated victims of Ebola in West Africa does not need to be confined to her home, declaring Ebola fears in the United States "not entirely rational." More...
  7. China says not begun legal process for disgraced security chiefSat, 01 Nov 2014 01:38:21 -0400
    BEIJING (Reuters) - China has not started legal proceedings against former domestic security chief Zhou Yongkang, the highest-profile figure to be caught in a government crackdown on corruption, a senior court official said on Saturday. More...
  8. Federal charges appear unlikely in Ferguson police shooting: Washington PostFri, 31 Oct 2014 19:24:27 -0400
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Justice Department officials probably will not bring civil rights charges against a white Ferguson, Missouri, police officer whose fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager set off rioting in August, the Washington Post reported on Friday. More...
  9. Suspect in Pennsylvania police ambush denied bailFri, 31 Oct 2014 19:35:16 -0400
    MILFORD Pa. (Reuters) - A bruised and gaunt Eric Frein, captured after a seven-week manhunt and wearing the handcuffs of the Pennsylvania trooper he is accused of killing, was held without bail on Friday after his first court appearance on first-degree murder and other charges. More...
  10. Kerry, Iran minister to meet ahead of deadline for atom dealFri, 31 Oct 2014 17:39:49 -0400
    WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Secretary of State John Kerry will meet Iran's foreign minister and the European Union foreign policy chief in Oman on Nov. 9-10 to discuss the Iranian nuclear issue ahead of a looming deadline for a final agreement, the U.S. State Department said on Friday. More...
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  1. Bits and Pieces: Movies were shown here as early as 1908Fri, 31 Oct 2014 11:13:56 GMT
    One of Wooster's first was the Princess Theater which was located at 37 W. Liberty St. Movies were shown there as early... Already a subscriber to print? You have online access, too... at no additional expense! Call 287-1615 to set up an account. More...
  2. Maurer Field sale officialThu, 30 Oct 2014 15:26:37 GMT
    WOOSTER DISTRICT, Ohio -- The sale of Maurer Field is official, and a second auction has been scheduled for the former Wayne Elementary School. At its Tuesday meeting, the Wooster City Schools District board accepted the written bid for Maurer Field submitted Oct. 20 by Wooster Youth Instructional Football, "represented by Dr. Michael Baus and Mr. Jeff Sigler, or their assigns, in the amount of $18,500 for the purchase of property." More...
  3. Attempted robbery at Beall Avenue restaurantThu, 30 Oct 2014 11:35:13 GMT
    Police are investigating yet another robbery at a Beall Avenue restaurant. According to reports, Wooster Police are searching for a white male described as having a medium build as a suspect in an attempted robbery at McDonald's located on the 500 block of Beall Avenue. More...
  4. Wooster board member, Steiner, resignsThu, 30 Oct 2014 11:35:12 GMT
    Had board approval been required, Wooster City Schools board member Bob Reynolds told its president, Michael Steiner, Steiner's Tuesday evening resignation would not have been accepted. "If the board had to vote on the resignation, it would not pass," Reynolds told Steiner, who tendered it effective following the meeting. More...
  5. Letter: Quality, cost are top concerns about dispatch center disputeThu, 30 Oct 2014 11:35:11 GMT
    After listening to conversations between people in Ashland city, Ashland County, Wooster and Wayne County, reading the articles in the T-G and Daily Record, I have reach the following conclusions. Currently Ashland city and Ashland County operate one dispatch center. More...
  6. Marilyn Lee HowardThu, 30 Oct 2014 07:54:21 GMT
    Marilyn Lee Howard, 82, of 1520 Marietta Street, Chesterhill, Ohio, passed from this life on Oct. 28, 2014, at 11:58 p.m., at Riverside Methodist Hospital, Columbus, Ohio. She was a factory worker at Malta Windows, Malta, Ohio, was a member of the Chesterhill Senior Citizens, and never missed a Chesterhill Vol. More...
  7. Wooster man gets prison for fourth OVIWed, 29 Oct 2014 12:32:02 GMT
    A Wooster man with a history of mental health issues and alcoholism was sentenced to spend his 29th birthday incarcerated. David Arrott Johnson, 28, 2421 E. Smithville Western Road, was sentenced to serve 60 days in Wayne County Jail on two counts of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol in Wayne County Common Pleas Court. More...
  8. Electrical work in HondurasTue, 28 Oct 2014 21:02:18 GMT
    McClintock Electric from Wooster is part of the effort of Central American Medical Outreach to renovate the Vicente Fernandez Mejia public health center in Santa Rosa de Copan, Honduras. The center, which will serve 500 people a day, was in dire need of the update, including most of the electric service. More...
  9. Fukushima aftermathTue, 28 Oct 2014 21:02:17 GMT
    Dan Starcher photo/www.buydrphotos.com Susan Q. Stranahan, a College of Wooster alumna, speaks about "Fukushima: The Story of a Nuclear Disaster and Its Aftermath," a book she co-authored, on Tuesday as part of the College's East Asia Wooster Forum series at McGaw Chapel. Stranahan, a Pulitzer prize winning reporter, was a staff writer for the Philadelphia Inquirer from 1972-2000 and covered the Three Mile Island accident; she was the recipient of the College's Distinguished Alumni Award in 1996. More...
  10. 50th anniversary: Robert 'Bob' and Mary BrickerTue, 28 Oct 2014 09:30:04 GMT
    Robert 'Bob' and Mary L. Bricker of Melrose Drive Ext., Wooster, OH 44691, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Sept. 12. They were married in 1964 at Zion Lutheran Church in Valley City. More...
2010 Relay For Life Cook Books on sale now!

NEW for 2010!

RELAY FOR LIFE OF WOOSTER

COOKBOOK

They're here!

Our new Cookbook Fundraiser committee organized the creation, printing and sale of a cookbook containing recipes submitted by Wooster area Relayers, friends, family, neighbors and co-workers. Its a beautifully bound, 3-ring binder-style book that comes with its own stand. Join in the fundraising effort! Dollars raised by teams through the sale of cookbooksare credited to the teams fundraising totals.

COOKBOOKS ARE ONLY$15 EACH. PLEASE MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO "FRIENDS OF RELAY."

Wooster Relay Teams:The cookbooks are here!! We've scheduled a "drive-by" so team captains (or a team representative) can stop by to pick up all books whose sales have been credited to their team. Sara will have a list of purchasers to help you and your team members deliver them. Please check with each purchaser and make every effort to get the cookbook tohim/her quickly if it is intended as a Mother's Day gift.

WHAT: Cookbook Distribution "Drive-by"

WHEN: Friday, May 7 from 4-7 pm

WHERE: Wayne County Public Library Parking Lot

At the "drive-by,"team captains/members can also purchase cookbooks for themselves or to sell. We've already seen this phenomenon in practice: As soon as people see the cookbook, they want one for their own!

Other visitors to our Web sitemay wish to own cookbooks, too. Please contact any participating team member or committee member to purchase one or many.

Click here to see cookbook sample!

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