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It was a covert operation, veiled in secrecy and subterfuge. For days, plans were made with secret phone calls, meetings and texts to keep Northwood Schools students Tayler and Haley Metcalf in the dark.
The conspiracy started with the girls’ mom Shannon, and her father Todd, a Technical Sergeant with the 180th Fighter Wing, Ohio Air National Guard.
The Ohio Elections Commission has determined there is probable cause of a violation of the state’s elections laws after reviewing a complaint filed by a candidate for a seat on the Ottawa County Board of Commissioners.
Incumbent Mark Stahl, a Republican, filed the complaint against the Ohio Democratic Party.
Andrew English rehearses a scene with Chrystian McCloud, Kaylee Aceveda and LeAnn Winslow for the Clay High School Limelighter's production of "P.H.A.T. Girls." The show is an entertaining, fast-paced account of the struggle that many young women and girls experience dealing with weight and body image. Clay will be only the second high school in the nation, and the first in Ohio to produce this valuable work. Performances are November 16th and 17th at 7:30 pm, and Sunday, November 18th at 3:00 pm. Tickets are $6 for students/seniors, $8 for adults and are available at the door, or by phoning 419-693-0665 x 2006. (Press photo by Ken Grosjean)
Ottawa County - Dems to make interim appointments
If passed Tuesday, an additional 1-mill, 3-year property tax levy in Freedom Township would be used to cover operating expenses such as utilities and the maintenance of roads, buildings, and cemeteries.
Dave Gerwin, the township fiscal officer, said the levy would generate about $59,795 annually.
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