The Press Newspaper
An 11th hour push to table a bill that would consolidate the judgeships of the Sandusky County Courts in Clyde and Woodville had no effect on state legislators.
The Ohio Senate voted May 24 to approve Sub. House Bill 433 by a 31-0 vote. The House voted nine days earlier to approve it’s version by a vote of 96-0.
Don “Red” Walendzak figured out fairly early in life what he wanted to do for a living.
A three-sport athlete at Clay High School, Walendzak seriously injured his knee as a junior and went to St. Charles Hospital for physical therapy between his junior and senior year.
Nearly 150 miles of trails in the Metroparks offer places to unwind, explore, recreate and learn about nature.
But increased traffic and conflicting uses on the trials can lead to frustration for some hikers, bicyclists and dog walkers.
Woodmore High School’s health class listened to a special guest, Sara Godfrey, a domestic violence advocate, in early May.
Godfrey discussed and showed the different signs and different types of abuse that occurs in relationships, whether through dating or family life.
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