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For many residents in the Elmore area, the conversation frequently turns to groundwater levels and their water wells.
W.F. Hofffman, of Elliston-Trowbridge Road in Harris Township, participated in a study by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources in 2011 that monitored water levels in the township and the effect new agricultural irrigation wells are having on them.
The Oregon school board will consider expanding the number of bus or shuttle stops for Clay High School students for the 2012-2013 school year.
The shuttle, which currently makes 12 stops, will make another five if the board approves, according to Dean Sandwisch, director of business affairs for the district.
An on-going dispute over parking and access to a garage in a Lake Township neighborhood has resulted in the arrest of an 84-year-old township man.
Police on June 12 charged James A. Caswell, of Cramer Street, after he allegedly slapped the arm of a township police officer who’d been called to a Kearsley Street property where Caswell was involved in a dispute over vehicles parked in the driveway to a garage he uses.
When Rosalina and Ted Hubler decided to relocate their business, R&T Microcenters & Laserchargers, from Telegraph Road to a smaller location on Alexis Road in the New Towne Square Plaza, they knew something would have to go.
As they packed up their inventory for the quarter-mile move, they decided the tubs and tubs containing more than 3,000 of the once-coveted Ty Beanie Babies needed to find a new home.
Oak Harbor Lady Rockets rookie softball skipper Chris Rawski has felt blessed to work alongside some pretty inspirational people throughout his life, from young superstar athletes like Simone Eli, Shana Szypka, Olivia O’Reilly and Samantha Durivage to championship coaches such as the legendary Tom Kontak, Art Eli, Andy Szypka, and Jim Zoltowski.
Still, his greatest inspiration comes from his and wife Alisa’s No. 1 and No. 2 “draft picks,” Morgan and Wyatt Rawski.
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