The Press Newspaper
In an article that appeared in the Jan. 2 edition of The Press Newspapers, an outpatient specialty clinic and medical procedure center that will be built on Coy and Dustin roads was erroneously called an emergency medical center. The Press regrets the error.
New construction projects, increased revenue, round the clock EMS coverage, and less crime were among the highlights in Northwood Mayor Mark Stoner’s “State of the City” report given to council on Thursday.
“The message for 2012 is one of continuing challenge and guided optimism,” said Stoner. “We will continue to adhere to a prudent spending plan as we move through what we hope is a nearing end to the economic downturn of the last few years.”
4-H plans program for Genoa Elementary School
The Ottawa County 4-H program reached nearly 2,100 children across the county in 2010 and the program looks to expand its offerings this year, including a new offering in the Genoa School District.
Last year’s figure amounts to 100 more connections than the previous year, said Kathy Booher, director of the Ottawa County – Ohio State University Extension Office.
The 2,070 level in 2010 includes 4-H club memberships as well as th
With no defined route in place, the Rails-to-Trails Committee has nixed plans to submit a funding application this year for the Genoa leg of the trail.
The committee has until Feb. 1 to turn in a pre-funding application to the state for the North Coast Inland Trail project that would link Genoa to Elmore. A more defined version is due in March.
Jerusalem Township got its brand new $333,000 Pierce fire truck — the culmination of years of research by Chief Harold L. “Larry” Stanton.
“The truck isn’t something that just popped up. It was something that was brought to the attention of the trustees by the fire department, and then, of course, one step led to another,” said Trustee Joe Kiss.
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