January 9, 2008
hopes for the Buckeyes
Jessica Kline and friends cheer the Ohio State Buckeyes in a
losing effort against the LSU Tigers in the national championship
game Monday night at the Ironwood Cafe in Westlake. (West Life
photo by Larry Bennet)
Center set to debut this weekend
PARK Santa must have stuffed a lot of Christmas stockings with
gift memberships to the city’s new $19 million recreation center.
More than 500 memberships were purchased between Christmas and last
Friday. The facility will hold grand opening ceremonies Saturday and
open to members Sunday.
check possible grant, trust rules conflict
BAY VILLAGE If state funds are used to build
a skate park at Cahoon Park, it must be open to the general public.
But the park trust rules limit its use to Bay residents. City officials
are trying to navigate the legal dilema.
post struggles with finances
taxes and utility costs are combining with declining membership to
put American Legion Post 738 in a financial pinch. In recent weeks, post leaders have appealed to the
public for temporary financial assistance.
relief for your pain at River Chiropractic
River Chiropractic & Wellness Center is offering
a complimentary spinal evaluation including consultation,
exam, x-rays and written report of findings.
girls making WSC waves
Under the guidance of coach Jessica Tafe, now in her
fifth year as basketball coach, the Warriors are off to a 7-3 start.
Leading the way this season has been Brady Lorek,
a 5-9 senior forward who is the team's leading scorer.
Anderson delivers year’s best film in ‘Blood’
Will Be Blood” is
the best film of 2007, and writer-director Paul Thomas
Anderson has reaffirmed his status as one of the most gifted filmmakers
working today, writes West Life's Ben Saylor. Daniel Day-Lewis stars
in the tale of family, faith, power and oil set on the frontier
of California's turn-of-the-century petroleum boom.