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  • Wooster Glass Case Study

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    WOOSTER — Sit down with Greg and Kathy Long and you would never know the couple has been named to the Wooster Area Chamber of Commerce Wall of Fame. Greg, managing partner of the Long, Cook & Samsa accounting firm, and Kathy, president of Wooster Glass, will be honored for a lifetime of achievement at the Chamber’s annual dinner meeting Jan. 18 at GOJO Industries, however, they seemed more focused on those who never made it to the wall or who should be on the wall. “For everyone on the wall there

  • The Wooster Scandal

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    A 72-year-old Wooster is the latest to be arrested in connection with an increased emphasis by the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office to tackle the illegal drugs problem. Leonard Nuckols, 72, 340 W. Larwill St., was arrested Thursday morning after the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office, joined by the Medway Drug Enforcement Agency and Wooster Police Department, executed a search warrant. Deputy Kirk Shelly said credible evidence from ongoing drug investigation led the Sheriff’s Office house, where “We found

  • Stanley Gault Research Paper

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    WOOSTER — Stanley Gault was remembered as a faithful husband, caring father, successful businessman, generous philanthropist, committed Christian and “lover of this community” Saturday during funeral services for the former Rubbermaid CEO at Wooster United Methodist Church. Sons Stephen and Chris Gault, longtime friend Ron Holtman, the Rev. Charles Tobias and Deborah Hoover shared memories of Stanley Gault, who died June 29 at the Cleveland Clinic. He was 90. “We come together in grief,” Tobias said

  • Wooster City Case

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    WOOSTER — Wooster City had authority to remove nearly 50 cats from a Lucca Street property and the animals' owner, currently hospitalized by court-order in another matter, has until Aug. 11 to pay more than $14,000 for upkeep of the cats, which, otherwise, will be turned over to the Wayne County Humane Society. So was the ruling of Wayne County Municipal Judge Timothy VanSickle, who presided over a brief hearing held Tuesday. Absent from the hearing was Laurie Patterson, who as a consequence of ongoing

  • Statement Of Purpose: The College Of Wooster

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    interested in the College of Wooster because I am interested in attending a college that can give me a solid liberal arts education. The College of Wooster can make me a strong, independent person with its programs. I am a active musician , and also have an interest into getting into medicine, and i believe that the college of wooster can provide me with a very valuable education. I value the College of Wooster's diversity, and also believe that the college of wooster can give me skills very valuable

  • Wooster Inn Case Study

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    WOOSTER — With new restaurants popping up in downtown nearly every weekend, the city has transformed itself into a regional hot spot for a variety of restaurants. To hear the Wooster Area Chamber of Commerce’s leaders describe it, the area has become a “hub of deliciousness.” That prestigious mark was no more evident than learning of the finalists for this year’s Small Business Reception, to be held June 16 at the Wooster Inn (itself a finalist). “With so many different options, it has allowed

  • Book Review Of 'The Notorious Benedict Arnold'

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    The Notorious Benedict Arnold Noah Collins 4th Period Chapters 1-3 The book opens to a grim scene of a crowded field, filled with angry and shocked people, surrounding the gallows and looking at the road ahead as a band marched in playing a funeral march. Behind the band marched the broken and defeated Benedict Arnold, former general of the rebel army and traitor to the new country of The United States, in prison rags and shackles. The somber scene concludes with Arnold swallowing his saliva and

  • Persuasive Essay On Wooster Clothesline

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    a visual, creative approach, proposing to create a “Wooster Clothesline” where survivors or allies can take shirts and decorate or cut them as they see fit, then hang their shirts on a long clothesline. This not only creates a visual, attention-catching display but also generates conversation on the topic. Especially on college campuses, it is crucial to discuss sensitive topics, so a safer, more welcoming community can be created. Our “Wooster Clothesline” would draw attention to this crucial issue

  • My Experience At Wooster School

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    table laughing and crying over memories of our mysterious congregation across the brook. With these women I began to realize what this book would be. I set out to write a tribute and collection of wisdom and lessons I had collected during my time at Wooster School. The journey shared by my classmates is unique, and treacherous. Our stories should be looked at through a lens of humor and met with questions. We’ve had experiences unheard of amongst college peers. For this reason. I am choosing to share

  • Wooster Community Hospital Case Study

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    (ATI) is furthering growing its services, Wooster Community Hospital Tuesday added its name to the list, breaking ground on its celebrated north-side expansion project and marking yet another major win for the city. The 90,100-square-foot, $29.7 million project at its Beall Street location will offer services like cancer treatment, ambulatory care and imagining. It’s is slated to open for business in the spring of 2018. As part of its vision statement, Wooster Community earmarked fighting cancer as