The Press Newspaper
State Rep. Connie Pillich, from the Cincinnati area, swung by the American Legion – Christ Dunberger Post No. 537 on Thursday to discuss veterans’ issues.
Pillich, who is a candidate for Ohio treasurer, has introduced legislation to improve the lives of veterans. She spent eight years in the Air Force, first as a lieutenant, then a captain.
When Ed Ellis became Oregon’s fire chief in 2010, he had some work to do to improve the department’s morale.
Many firefighters had fought against his predecessor, Bill Wilkins, when former Mayor Marge Brown appointed him to the chief’s position in November 2006.
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Charissa Gracyk has the blonde hair and good looks to be in front of a Hollywood movie camera, but that’s not her style.
“Only behind the camera for me,” says Gracyk, 40, the older of Lake girls’ basketball coach Jim Gracyk’s two children.
For Doug Moyer, his wife Alicia and their four children, Camp Sabroske is a family affair.
The camp, located at West Toussaint North Road off SR 19 near Oak Harbor, is over 50-years-old. Doug is executive director for Friends of Camp Sabroske, Inc., which was created by an association of six local churches.
A movement is under way to transform the old concrete fire dock into a boat launch in downtown Oak Harbor.
During Monday’s village council meeting, Administrator Randy Genzman reviewed the funding breakdown for the renovation project revived last year after years on the back burner.