The Press Newspaper
The Oregon Board of Education is studying the possibility of reconfiguring grades 5-8 into separate buildings to allow for improvements in academics.
During the board’s June 7 special meeting, Hal Gregory, director of educational services, explained that an exploration committee has been working for the last several months examining what a 5/6 and 7/8 grade reconfiguration might mean to the district in academic improvement.
When the Village of Walbridge in May began holding informal meetings over coffee with local business owners, the idea was to use the monthly sessions to listen to owners’ concerns and thoughts on how the village can provide a better environment for the businesses.
One issue that’s been discussed is the condition of some buildings on and near Main Street.
The City of Northwood received 40 resumes for the position of city administrator, which has been vacant since May when former Administrator Dennis Recker abruptly resigned after just 19 months on the job.
Mayor Mark Stoner has asked for input from council on the candidates’ qualifications.
“The mayor asked us to look over the resumes and score them from 1-10,” said Councilman Dave Gallaher on Wednesday.
Deb Hahn and her family last week were frantically looking for Bella, their seven-year-old Lhasa Apso that went missing from their yard in the 7000 block of Corduroy Road on the evening of June 22.
“We’re not sure how she got out, but she somehow got out of the yard. She’s always been in a fenced in yard. Even when we’re out with her, she’s never run,” said Hahn.
By Paula Staudinger, of Curtice, is seeking the public’s help in finding her dog, Tia, an eight-year-old female Labrador/German Shepherd mix that went missing on June 20 from Oak Harbor Pet Haven, a boarding kennel in Oak Harbor on State Route 19.
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