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In this edition of the Voice, one of the Wooster Ward 2 City Council candidate is forced to drop out. Students are able to use the Wayne County Ohio Sheriff's Office Website which grants them access to the Wayne County sex offender data base. U.S. Representative John Boccieri meets with Wooster President Grant Cornwell other local university leaders at the Wooster Inn. A local shop called “Aladin’s Hookah Bar" is set to open up in downtown Wooster this weekend. A student drawn comic critiques the drinking policies for I.S. Monday. Additionally, a featured story talks about the Posse scholarship program and the students at Wooster it supports.
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Wooster City Council, Wooster ward 2, Wayne County Ohio Sheriff’s Office, Wayne County Sheriff, national sex offender database, U.S. Representative John Boccieri, Grant Cornwell, Wooster Inn, hookah bars, Aladin’s, sex offenders, I.S. Monday, I.S. Monday parade, Posse, Posse scholarship, Posse scholars, National Sex Offender Registry, Posse Foundation
City councils; National Conference on Sex Offender Registries (1997 : Bellevue, Wash.); Cornwell, Grant Hermans, 1957-; College of Wooster; Wooster (Ohio); Sex offenders; Sex offenders--United States; College newspapers; College athletics; Advertisements
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 2009-03-06" (2009). The Voice: 2001-2011. 216.