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Historic Edition:
October 2nd, 2003
Vol. 23  No. 14
 

Leading the way

Akron Tiger Band members led the Homecoming Parade in style last Friday. The band will be playing at the Kitcherner-Waterloo Thanksgiving Day Parade on October 13 and in the Halloween parade in West Seneca.


Homecoming Pictures

Full color pictures of Akron Central School's Homecoming inside.........


Tigers edged by Cleve-Hill in final seconds of Homecoming game

Homecoming was not very cheerful for Akron’s varsity football team on Friday as they fell to the Cleve-Hill Eagles by a score of 14-7. After a scoreless first half, Cleve-Hill went up by a 6-0 score on a one yard touchdown run but Jeremy Burden made a nice tackle to stop the conversion try and kept the score at 6-0.


Fire Prevention Week is October 5-11

Akron Central elementary students received a close-up look at the ambulance and hands on training from members of the Akron Fire Company during last week's assembly.


Aviation course proposed at Akron Central

A proposal for a cooperative effort between Akron Central School and the Akron Airport was presented to Board of Education members at their meeting September 24 the Board is expected to review it at their October 8 workshop.


Opinionated lines, ominous signs, and personal whines…

The Buffalo Control Board’s tough love approach is certainly needed, and understandable. The group quickly has dismissed virtually any plan that has been brought before it, and asked that the deep thinkers come up with something that might only inflict “some pains here and there,” or plans that won’t “decapitate” services.


Reduced spending, increased tax rate part of proposed 2004 Town of Newstead budget

A reduction in general fund spending and a four percent tax increase is expected if the Newstead Town Board adopts the tentative 2004 budget as submitted by Town of Newstead Supervisor Jerry Summe Monday night.


Students react quickly to snuff out fire

Eight Akron Central School AP Chemistry students reacted quickly and appropriately to an accident and fire in their lab on September 24.

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