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Lake Erie outlook good, ODNR says Bag limits for walleye, perch in effect May 1
Written by Press Staff Writer   
Thursday, 31 March 2011 15:02

Lake Erie anglers should experience another year of diverse fishing opportunities during 2011, according to biologists with the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR), Division of Wildlife.

“When you consider the variety of species and sizes of fish that are available to Ohio anglers, we are optimistic about Lake Erie fishing prospects this year,” said Roger Knight, Lake Erie fisheries program manager for the Division of Wildlife.  “Weather is always the wild card on Lake Erie, but anglers who take advantage of seasonal fishing opportunities have good odds at catching walleye, yellow perch, smallmouth bass, white bass, and steelhead, often in combination during many trips.”

 
High schoolers lead drive for disability programs
Written by Mark Griffin   
Thursday, 31 March 2011 15:01

Alexa Wegman wanted to be a part of Youth Leadership Toledo for one reason.

“It was important to me because I want to be a leader,” the Northwood High School sophomore said. “I consider myself to be a leader now, but the fact that other people saw me with the potential to be a leader was flattering. I wanted to learn the skills and make a difference in this community. I wanted to meet people and make my sophomore year that much more memorable.”

Youth Leadership Toledo (YLT) recognizes the important contributions young adults make in creating a strong, progressive community. YLT, which is patterned after the Community Leadership Program, consists of 50 sophomores who meet from August to May in monthly daylong sessions. Students who exhibit leadership skills in their schools and communities are nominated by their schools for the program.

 
Oregon approves bid for streets improvements
Written by Kelly Kaczala   
Thursday, 31 March 2011 15:09

Oregon City Council last Monday approved the $65,515.30 bid of Quinn Concrete Construction, Toledo, to make sidewalk/street improvements on Pickle Road and Issac Street.

The project is funded by a Community Development Block Grant, said Public Service Director Paul Roman.

The project includes 600 feet of Pickle Road, just west of I-280, and 1,900 feet of sidewalk on Munding and Isaac Streets, said Roman.

 
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