The Press Newspaper
September will bring some travel discomfort for those in Genoa using Buckeye Street.
Genoa officials are readying to embark on the fifth phase of the Northwest Area Storm Sewer Replacement Project.
The engineering work for the Buckeye Street project is in its final preparation stage, Rich Hertzfeld of Poggemeyer Design Group of Bowling told Genoa Village Council recently.
So what hasn't Waite graduate Holly Vargo-Brown accomplished during her long involvement with Ohio State synchronized swimming team?
“With a coffee mug in one hand and a bright smile on her face, she is a renaissance coach, just doing it all. Not only is she one of the most important pieces to the Buckeyes' success over the past 19 seasons, but she is constantly on call, doing all the little things that make any intercollegiate program run smoothly and successfully,” states an OSU athletics biography.
Oregon’s Zena Cole has her eyes on Olympic gold.
District 3 Councilman Mike Craig is asking the Mayor Mike Bell administration to hold off on demolishing three swimming pools until more options can be explored.
Craig was reacting to a newspaper article last week in which a city deputy mayor was quoted saying that four pools, all in Craig’s district, were to be demolished.
For Oak Harbor’s residents, July 5 was supposed to be the day following Independence Day — just another summer day.
Instead, it turned out to be a day residents of this small town will not forget.
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