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  1. Veteran's memorial honors unit's 67 fallen soldiersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Press

    So, he built a memorial in his front yard, which is located on the Ottawa County side of Fostoria Road facing Millbury. "I decided in 2013 and 2014 that I was going to build a memorial to honor not only my comrades-in-arms who are dying from Agent Orange, but the KIAs from my unit, which is on that website," Hart said.


  2. Lake Twp: Parcel available for siren locationRead the original story

    Sep 10, 2018 | Press

    The owner of a parcel on land along Latcha Road near I-280 has offered to donate the land to Lake Township as a site for an early-warning weather siren, Richard Welling, a township trustee, informed the board of trustees Tuesday. Welling said a siren at the site would benefit residents in the southern portion of the township, which has no siren south of State Rt.


  3. NW water/sewer district: Lead line replacement project to startRead the original story

    Jun 18, 2018 | Press

    The Northwestern Water and Sewer District said it has started notifying customers in the cities of Northwood and Rossford about a project to replace service lines containing lead. Letters are being sent to 322 home and property owners, informing them about the project, which is expected to start in late July or August.


  4. Road bids acceptedRead the original story

    Jun 11, 2018 | Press

    A second round of seeking contract bids for repaving sections of Ayers and Millbury roads by the Lake Township trustees yielded two bids from contractors The bids will be reviewed by Dan McLargin, road supervisor, before a contract is awarded, Mark Hummer, township administrator, said. The township is looking to resurface Ayers Road, from Luckey Road to East Broadway and from East Broadway to the west for 315 feet.


  5. Lake Twp: Trustees to re-bid road projectsRead the original story

    May 7, 2018 | Press

    After reviewing contract bids for several road resurfacing projects, the Lake Township trustees have decided to reject them and go through the bidding process again. Bergman submitted bids of $106,056 for work on Ayers, from Luckey Road to East Broadway, and from East Broadway to the west for 315 feet.


  6. Yoga class set to benefit HeartbeatRead the original story

    Apr 19, 2018 | Press

    In honor of Mother's Day, Sunrise Park & Banquet Center, with registered yoga teacher Anne Boyle, will host a yoga class to benefit Hearteat of Toledo Saturday, April 28 at 9 a.m. at Sunrise, 1460 Woodville Rd., Millbury. Admission is free with a donation of baby diapers, wipes, bottles, baby wash, baby lotion or new bibs, receiving blankets or onesies, for donation to Heartbeat, which assists local residents through the Unplanned Pregnancy Center and Prenatal and Parent Learning Center.


  7. Former officer pleads not guilty to sexual batteryRead the original story

    Apr 16, 2018 | Press

    A former Genoa police officer has pled not guilty to counts of sexual battery, disseminating matter harmful to juveniles and contributing to the unruliness or delinquency of a child. Benjamin Jacks, 23, of Millbury, entered the plea Tuesday in Ottawa County Common Pleas Court, after being indicted by a county grand jury in March.


  8. Oregon plans water rate hike for ozone treatmentRead the original story

    Dec 11, 2017 | Press

    Oregon City Council on Monday will consider an ordinance that establishes a capital improvement charge for the Water Treatment Plant Harmful Algae Bloom Infrastructure Improvements Project. "In 2014, we decided to add ozone treatment to the water treatment plant," Public Service Director Paul Roman said at a committee of the whole meeting last week.


  9. Wood County: Little competition in many area racesRead the original story

    Nov 6, 2017 | Press

    With few exceptions, local races in the Nov. 7 election for seats on village councils, school boards and township boards of trustees in Wood County are marked by a lack of competition. Of the townships in The Press circulation area of the county, only Lake Township has an actual contest for seats on the board of trustees where incumbents Richard Welling and Jeff Pettit are vying for two seats along with Scott Wright.


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