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Burnsy’s Burgers and Brew, located at 2451 Woodville Rd. in Oregon, is part family-friendly eatery, part raucous sports bar, and part neighborhood hangout.

Since opening in February, Burnsy’s quickly became popular for its food as well as being known for its hospitality to sports fans with its 10 50-inch plasma TV’s.

“We have been pretty busy since we opened,” said Sandy Burns, general manager. “It has been busy since the beginning. The weekends are very busy. We have a nice crowd on Saturday, especially during Ohio State games. We are definitely a Buckeye bar.”

Located in the former Tom’s Restaurant, Burnsy’s is a full-service restaurant and bar.

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Angie’s List has advice on when to fix or nix appliances
Too many homeowners are shelling out big bucks for shiny new appliances when a service call could extend the life of their existing refrigerators, freezers, dishwashers and ranges for years, saving money, time and trouble.
 
But unless you’re Mr. or Miss Fix-it, how do you know when to repair and when it’s time to pull the plug? The answer is surprisingly simple, says Angie Hicks, founder of Angie’s List (www.angieslist.com), the nation’s leading provider of consumer reviews on local appliance repair companies, along with more than 425 other categories of service.

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Instead of Genoa’s possible run to the state football playoffs, this

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tilt refers to senior drummer Chance Champion, senior trumpeter Rian Nissen, highly-decorated senior drum majors Nikki Habel and Jim Posey, veteran director Briann "Mr. Ed" Edwards, and the 65 musicians who make up the Fighting Genoa Comets' Marching Band.

Edwards and assistant director and drum line major-domo Doug Asher agree this is one of the most memorable groups in Genoa band history.

Because as the post-season's weeks roll along, one can visibly see these marching Comets get just as jacked up for these playoffs as their brothers-in-arms wearing the helmets with the venerable, old "Gs."

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