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Lauri Perkins has been a barber for about 20 years, which is about two decades longer than her mother, Nancy Lohberger, figured would happen.
"When I first wanted to cut hair, my mom said, 'You're too short,' " said the five-foot Perkins, who found a way to overcome her lack of height on the job. “I just stand on my box. Some people pick on me when I stand on my box, but we all take it in good humor."
Buy six and they’ll throw in a nacho machine.
One order of business for the Lake Township trustees at their next meeting will be to set a pay rate for the acting fire chief.
Melanie Bowen, a trustee, said last week she was surprised by the resignation of Fire Chief Eric Larson but expected the board of trustees next month to establish a stipend for Todd Walters, the volunteer fire department’s deputy chief who was appointed acting chief.
Lucas County Clerk of Courts J. Bernie Quilter announced last week that the Oregon auto title branch will close in January 31 due to budget cuts.
The Oregon branch, at 3034 Navarre Avenue, is the only auto title office on the East Side.
The Heatherdowns branch, 4456 Heatherdowns Blvd., will also close at the same time.
Everyone has a story to tell, but for Brian Stork, this one sounds all too familiar.
Stork, an uncle of injured Clay hockey player Kyle Cannon, is just the person to counsel Cannon on recovering from a debilitating, life-altering injury.
Cannon, 15, a freshman forward at Clay, was injured seriously on Nov. 30 when he was checked from behind and shoved into the boards. He suffered an injury to his C-5 vertebrae with 28 seconds left in the Eagles' game against Lexington (Ky.) Catholic at a tournament near Dayton.
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