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For the third time voters in the Woodmore School District will decide whether or not they want to fund a bond levy that would be used to construct a new elementary school building.

If approved Tuesday, the 5.43-mill 37-year bond issue would generate $15.7 million for the local share of the project. The Ohio School Facilities Commission would provide a little more than $7 million for construction costs.

Dealing with the unexpected a part of life

Nature has a tendency to present us with unexpected problems, often with little or no warning.  Earthquakes, floods, hurricanes, blizzards, tornados, and forest fires cause havoc and have a devastating impact on the communities they hit.

There are many areas of the country that are prone to certain natural phenomena.  People living in these areas know if they are flood prone, in tornado alley, have to be concerned about hurricanes, or are likely to be hit by sever snow storms. 

Ten businesses and organizations have been named finalists in the 19th Annual Prism Awards, a local initiative to honor excellence.

The ten, as well as the other nominees, will be honored at a banquet Wednesday, 6:00 pm at Sunrise Park & Banquet Center in Millbury. Chrys Peterson, news anchor for WTOL-Channel 11, will be the Master of Ceremonies.

An analysis by FirstEnergy into what caused cracking in a concrete shield building at the Davis-Besse Nuclear Power Station is scheduled to be completed by the end of February, a spokesperson for the utility said, adding FirstEnergy is moving ahead with its application to extend the facility’s operating license.

The power station was shut down as scheduled in October to install a new reactor head when cracks were found in the shield building while workers were cutting into the building to remove the old reactor head.

A team of Davis-Besse personnel and outside contractors has been conduct

The Oregon school board is considering establishing regular committee of the whole meetings as a way to thoroughly discuss issues facing the district before voting at upcoming board meetings.

“As you can see this evening, we’re having a problem of communicating all the information that is brought forth at the regular business meeting at the school board,” Diana Gadus, vice president of the school board, said at a board meeting on Feb. 21.


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