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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.
Although the Ottawa County Fair has been hit hard financially the past two years – which organizers blame largely on poor weather – there will be a 2012 fair.
The 48th Ottawa County Fair will be July 16-24.
Members of the Senior Fair Board have issued a statement to address “many rumors and stories floating around” involving the fair.
If you happened to make it out to Harbor View Yacht Club’s annual regatta, you would have seen some members and visitors parading around in comic tee-shirts — “See How Far 60 Years Will Get You” — celebrating the club’s 60th anniversary.
It’s an anniversary that sort of snuck-up on some of the club membership this year. But nonetheless, the club is celebrating the 60-year milestone, meanwhile other longtime members are using the time to talk about the way things use to be.
A lot of i’s need to be dotted and quite a few t’s need to be crossed, but Cardinal Stritch Catholic High School could be using solar power in the very near future.
“In a perfect world, sometime this fall,” said Kevin Parkins, vice president of advancement at Cardinal Stritch and Kateri Catholic Academy.
The Oregon school board on Wednesday voted 4-0 for Mike Csehi to fill the seat left vacant by former board president Dick Gabel, who resigned on June 8.
The board had 30 days from the date of Gabel’s resignation to fill the seat.
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