Daily Record, The Wooster, OH

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Daily Record, The Wooster, OH, April 16, 2014

Companies Hiring; Many Still Unemployed

WOOSTER -- Wayne County's unemployment rate is better than the state and national averages, but the county commissioners wonder why it is not even lower with the number of companies looking for help. Wayne County's rate was 5.7 percent for February, the last month for which county figures are available. Ohio's was 6.5 percent (seasonally adjusted) and the federal unemployment rate was 6.7 percent for February.

President's Cookbookcompeting for Title of Wayne's Iron Chef

WOOSTER -- Local chefs from area nursing homes will be sizzling up their best recipes on May 2 when the Wayne County Volunteer Guardianship Association presents its annual fundraiser, the Iron Chef Competition, at West Hill Baptist Church. Chefs from participating facilities -- Glendora Health Care Center, Brookdale Place Wooster, Sprenger Health Systems, West View Healthy Living, Autumnwood Nursing & Rehab, Doylestown Health Care Center and Burbank Parke -- will each create an entree, side ...

Living Nutritionknowledge to Chew On and Swallow Slowly

Chewing is a very intriguing topic and I am not referring to tobacco or cud. The mastication of food in the mouth is the act of chewing. After hours in the kitchen or many dollars spent on the preparation and presentation of food, a diner does himself a disfavor by gorging and gulping. The act of chewing whatever is in your mouth actually allows the digestive tract to absorb more nutrients from the food particles. The smaller the swallowed pieces the more accessible the energy of the food. Th...


The following recipes were submitted by Chef Michael McBride, a competitor in this year's Wayne County Volunteer Guardianship Association's Iron Chef contest. BACON WRAPPED PORK TENDERLOIN WITH BACON JAM

Unhappy with Emergency Response

Editor: Is there any agency that overlooks how to get Wooster and Smithville to either get police officers or a department to be trained in crisis intervention for the public's sake?

Bonezzi Only Whs Girl to Earn Neac Swimmer of Year

Wooster sophomore Jessica Bonezzi was voted Northeast Aquatic Conference Female Swimmer of the Year by the league's coaches and honored at a banquet held Thursday at Tangiers Restaurant in Akron. "I couldn't be more proud of Jessica for being voted 'Performer of the Year' by the NEAC coaches," Wooster girls coach Chris Matthew said. "She earned this honor by having an incredibly successful season, culminating at the state meet.

Head of Tri-County Esc Quits

WOOSTER -- The educational service center board accepted the resignation of its superintendent, Carmela Lioi, on Monday evening, with several of the members noting they did so "with regret." Lioi, who came to Tri-County Educational Service Center from her position as assistant superintendent of the Stark County Educational Service Center, headed her first meeting as superintendent in November 2013.

Alcohol Still Causing an Issue for Proposed Riverfest

MILLERSBURG -- Among council members and the village at large, the Riverfest Event proposed by Councilman Robert Shoemaker continues to spark controversy and debate. At the village meeting on Monday, Shoemaker reported that one lingering issue had been resolved -- the administration and purpose of donated funds, which will go to Historic Downtown Millersburg (HDM) for next year's bicentennial celebration -- and he expressed his hope that the whole thing "can finally be put to bed."


Thursday, April 17, 2014 You can be of great help to benevolent or charitable groups this year. If you stand up for causes you believe in, your approach will attract others. The strides you make will contribute to personal and professional advancement.

Fae Robinson

WOOSTER -- Fae Audrey Nippert Robinson, 93, passed away Thursday, April 10, 2014, at West View Manor, Wooster, from heart disease. Always bright, cheery and upbeat, Fae was active in many volunteer activities in Wooster, where she moved with her husband, Charles and four children in 1962. She was a member of First Presbyterian Church for more than 50 years and was also a member of the Wooster chapter of PEO. She greatly enjoyed the chance to help people by volunteering at Wooster Community Ho...

Man Admits to Stealing Equipment

MILLERSBURG -- A Nashville man on Tuesday admitted stealing equipment from a Hardy Township shop in September. Vincent Wheatley, 51, of 207 W. Millersburg Road, pleaded guilty in Holmes County Common Pleas Court to theft. In exchange for his guilty plea, which included an obligation to pay restitution of $1,982, the state agreed to dismiss a related charge of breaking and entering.

Man Charged with Abduction

DALTON -- An Akron man has been charged for allegedly kidnapping his former girlfriend from her residence Friday. Keith Max Van Buskirk, 36, of 612 Hedden Ave., remained in Wayne County Jail as of Tuesday on an abduction charge. His bond was set in Wayne County Municipal Court at $25,000 or 10 percent cash.

Linda Severe

ORRVILLE -- Linda C. Severe, 64, of Orrville, passed away Monday, April 14, 2014, at Wooster Community Hospital, surrounded by her loving family. She was born Oct. 15, 1949, in Cumberland, Md., the daughter of Dewey and Norma (Berry) Dawson, and was united in marriage to William D. "Willie" Severe on April 10, 1971, in Cumberland, Md. He survives.

Harry Carter

WOOSTER -- Harry L. Carter, 74, of Wooster, passed away Monday, April 14, 2014, at his home. He was born April 15, 1939, in Wooster, the son of Beacher and Alma Hawkins Carter, and married Alida E. Weirick on July 22, 1966. She survives.

Ethel Semelsberger

WOOSTER -- Ethel E. Semelsberger, 90, of Wooster, entered into rest, Sunday, April 13, 2014, in Wooster. She was born Jan. 18, 1924, in Nelsonville, to Francis and Annie (Morris) Corwin, and married Maynard F. "Bud" Semelsberger on Jan. 6, 1946, in Akron. He entered into rest Oct. 2, 1998.

Inconsistent Scots Trying to Live Up to Potential, and Still Have Time to Get There

WOOSTER -- College of Wooster baseball coach Tim Pettorini has never been one to worry about being the best team during the third week of April. The longtime coach always emphasizes he wants his Fighting Scots to be the most complete squad in mid-May. Then again, the notoriously impatient skipper has never been one to passively sit back and wait for it to come together, either.



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