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Shrove Tuesday at Otterbein UMC

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  • Shrove Tuesday at Otterbein UMC in Bethlehem Township means Pancakes and Sausage! According to tradition, fats and eggs are consumed just prior to Lent, the 40-day period leading to Easter which begins today. Proceeds from the supper will benefit a spring trip to a work camp at the Red Bird Mission in eastern Kentucky.
  • 2/25/2009
  • Album ID: 698891
  • Photos by Stan Myers / Canton Repository

Scale Smashing

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  • People gather in Akron Sunday to smash their scales to heighten awareness of eating disorders.
  • 2/23/2009
  • Album ID: 697183
  • Photos by Scott Heckel

Fame and fashion at the Oscars

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  • The stars come out on the red carpet at the Academy Awards.
  • 2/22/2009
  • Album ID: 697264
  • Photos by The Associated Press

Polar Bear Jump

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  • The Annual Polar Bear Jump to benefit Akron-Canton Regional Food Bank
  • 2/21/2009
  • Album ID: 696751
  • Photos by Julie Vennitti

Oakwood 8th graders learn CPR

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  • The eighth grade health classes at Oakwood and Glenwood middle schools have been a little different during the past month. Class time has focused on how to save lives, with students learning techniques for cardio pulminary resuscitation. The CPR classes have been incorporated into Plain Local's eighth grade classes as part of the district's partnership with Mercy Medical Center. The hospital has opened a medical services center in GlenOak High School and started other programs...... Read more about this in CantonRep.com
  • 2/21/2009
  • Album ID: 695179
  • Photos by Repository Staff Photographer Mike Balash

iPods @ Canton's Gibbs Elementary

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  • Jon Smith began using the iPod, a portable media player designed by Apple Inc., in his special education classes at Canton's Gibbs Elementary School at the beginning of the school year. He already has seen big results. Assessment scores show the number of words students can read per minute has increased by up to 59 percent, while one student increased their word recognition by 100 percent.
  • 2/20/2009
  • Album ID: 696346
  • Photos by Repository / Mike Balash

Saved Puppy from Truck Tire Fire

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  • Edward Mayle of Beach City was getting his truck tire replaced when another truck turned nearby, striking the guy wires of a nearby power pole, shearing off the top of the pole and bringing the highly charged lines down onto Mayle's truck. Mayle's dog, Jazz, was still inside the cab. Yet Mayle was able to get inside and rescue the 2-month-old Shar-pei/retriever mix. Firefighters battle the blaze to Mayle's truck, which was full of recycled cardboard.
  • 2/18/2009
  • Album ID: 694374
  • Photos by Repository Staff Mike Balash / Lori Monsewicz

Break-Ins of 5 Louisville Stores

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  • Break-Ins of 5 Louisville Stores .......It was the day before Valentine's Day.....Cottage Floral & Gifts florist at 413 Sherban Ct. was among four neighboring retail outlets broken into early Friday morning. Other small businesses in the neighborhood west of downtown which was broken into were Main Street Tours at 311 Sherban Ct., Ann's Clip & Curl at 305 Sherban Ct., and Leopard City Deli and The Cool Zone, which both occupy the same building at 315 Sherban Ct. These businesses were broken into probably between 2 and 5 a.m. Friday, said Chief Andrew Turowski of the city Police Department.
  • 2/13/2009
  • Album ID: 691498
  • Photos by Repository Photos / Stan Myers

Wind Damage

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  • Wind Damage
  • 2/12/2009
  • Album ID: 690660
  • Photos by Repository Staff Photographers

Masons Display at McKinley Museum

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  • "The Masons in Ohio," the new exhibit in the Keller Gallery of the Wm. McKinley Presidential Library & Museum attempts to demystify the Masonic organization, to show visitors that there is a lot more to being a Mason than wearing a funny hat. Presidents were Masons. So might have been your father and grandfather. These pictures serve as illustrations of the nature of their fraternal life.
  • 2/11/2009
  • Album ID: 689577
  • Photos by Bob Rossiter / The Repository
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