Daily Record, The Wooster, OH

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Wooster Man Required to Register As Sex Offender

WOOSTER -- A Wooster man was sentenced to serve 90 days in jail and must register as a sex offender for the rest of his life after engaging in sexual relations with two girls staying at the Christian Children's Home. Brendan M. Piper, 22, of 1600 Secrest Road, was sentenced on two counts of sexual battery, both third-degree felonies, in Wayne County Common Pleas Court.

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My hobby: My wife and I are "foodies;" so good, organic, culturally diverse food of any kind. My favorite food: Any good, natural home cookin'.

New Property Inspection Program in Wooster

WOOSTER -- City of Wooster representatives presented the Wayne County Housing Coalition with an overview of one of their housing programs. It is part of the Property Maintenance Code Enforcement Program, and Wooster Building Standards Division manager Tim Monea said it is called the RT District Periodic Inspection Program.

Living Briefs

School prep program planned ORRVILLE -- The Orrville Public Library's Ready to Learn program offers games designed to help youth get ready for kindergarten. The free event will be held May 20 at 6 p.m. and 7 p.m.

Larose has Exemplary Gop Record

Editor: The Republican Primary for State Senate District 27, a seat held by incumbent Sen. Frank LaRose, has become needlessly heated. Lies, half-truths and reckless egos have taken the place of sober analysis amongst friends. I write to ask not only that my fellow Wayne County residents support Senator LaRose in his re-election effort but also to ask that the rhetoric be toned down in favor of greater civility.

Wooster Man Admits to Stabbing

WOOSTER -- A Wooster man admitted to stabbing another man who was visiting town as a part of a wedding party. Colin M. Fickes, 23, of 235 W. Henrietta St., pleaded guilty to a charge of aggravated assault, a fourth-degree felony, in Wayne County Common Pleas Court on April 8.

Committee Gives Better Outlook for Wayne County

WOOSTER -- It's not much, but the members of the Wayne County Investment Advisory Committee will take it: This year's earned interest is expected to be $70,000 higher than originally estimated. Debbie Newman of Productive Capital Management delivered the news during her quarterly meeting with the committee, which includes Treasurer Dawn Zerrer and commissioners Ann Obrecht, Jim Carmichael and Scott Wiggam.

Meeting Notes

English Club Members of the English Club met April 7 to hear Celia Lehman review a book "In The Land of Blue Burgas" by Kate McCord (a protective pseudonym).

Orrville Names New Assistant Superintendent

ORRVILLE DISTRICT -- The Board of Education named a new assistant superintendent Thursday. Brett Lance, a veteran educator who has served as principal of Rittman High School and most recently was an administrator with an education service center, will replace Shawna DeVoe in the job.

Old & New: Antiques in a Modern Lifehow 'the Monuments Men' Is Relative to Collectors

I just read an article about George Stout who was portrayed in the recent movie "The Monuments Men" starring George Clooney. Mr. Stout and his seven compatriots worked to save European masterpieces from Hitler's rapacious grasp in World War II as part of the allied military effort. Such an uplifting story. But the life behind this story is even more amazing. Because he didn't blow his own horn, no one knew he was already a pioneer in his field before the war. He originated and promoted the sc...

Davenport in Line with Her Beliefs

Editor: Have you heard the name Caleb Davenport? Read on to see why its important that you do hear.

Let Yourself Be Heard

Wayne County elected officials Commissioner Jim Carmichael__ 330-287-5400

Robert Baum

WEST SALEM -- On Easter Sunday, April 20, 2014, Robert (Bob) W. Baum heard the call of his Lord and Savior to come home. He was born Aug. 21, 1926, in Ashland to Walter and Olive (Hites) Baum, and on June 25, 1966, he married Beryl Jean Hines.

Candidates Make Introductions

WOOSTER -- Residents packed the meeting room in the Wayne County Administration Building Wednesday to hear from the two candidates running for commissioner: Incumbent Ann Obrecht and Chad Curtis. The format for the candidates night, organized by the Wayne County TEA Party, called for each candidate to speak for 10 minutes followed by a 15-20-minute question-and-answer session.

Outdoor Notes

Lake Erie fishing outlook Ohio walleye anglers in 2014 will catch fish from the 2010, 2009, 2007 and 2003 hatches, with some fish from the 2011, 2008 and 2012 year classes. Walleye from the 2012 hatch will be present in the fishery with most individuals near or over the 15-inch minimum size limit fairly early in the 2014 fishing season. Walleye from the moderate 2010 hatch will range from 18-23 inches, while walleye from the 2007 hatch will be more than 20 inches. The 2003 and 2007 hatches ar...

A Passion for Paintingmaxwell Hoping to Catch On As a Maker of Custom Crankbaits

DOYLESTOWN -- The way Branden Maxwell sees it, he's in the perfect position. He not only gets to catch fish, he gets to hook fishermen, as well.

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