The Press Newspaper
An autopsy on an infant found in a freezer in an East Toledo home, completed by the Lucas County Coroner’s Office, shows that the infant had been born alive.
Steve Kahle, coroner investigator, said the male infant, found at 116 Paine St., is being identified as “Baby Doe.”
Roberta Orians, Kevin Fox and E.J. Croll know a lot about farming and not a lot about golf courses – but they’re learning.
Orians, who lives in Curtice, Fox, from Graytown, and Croll, from Oak Harbor, all grow corn and soybeans and other various crops. They have, however, added a second career. They are the new owners of Hidden Hills Golf Club in Woodville.
P.J. Kapfhammer, elected to the Oregon City Schools Board last November, denied making a threatening comment to school board member Diana Gadus at a policy meeting in the conference room of the administration building at approximately 4:30 p.m. on February 16.
Gadus filed an incident report with the school administration on Feb. 22 about the heated meeting.
Following passage of authorizing legislation by Toledo City Council, the Mayor Mike Bell administration and the Toledo-Lucas County Port Authority are beginning work on an ambitious program to develop energy efficient upgrades to 40 city-owned facilities.
In East Toledo, Collins Park Water Treatment Plant and Fire Stations 6 and 13 will receive combinations of lighting replacements and upgrades, insulation upgrades, HVAC replacement and upgrades, HE boiler and hot water heater, and window replacement.
After two days of screening and registering prospective kindergarten students for the 2012-13 school year, Dolores Swineford, principal of Walbridge Elementary School, said parents appear to have accepted the decision by the Lake school board to reduce the kindergarten program to all-day, every other day.
A few parents asked if a “full-time” program would be reinstated if a levy is approved this year but no one raised questions about the efficacy of an all-day, every other day program, Swineford said.
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