The Press Newspaper
Loans OK’d in ag-link program
State Treasurer Josh Mandel said farmers from across the state have been approved to receive $59.1 million in interest rate reductions on operating loans and lines of credit this year.
A trash bin is causing a stink in Genoa.
A dispute between two downtown businesses about the bin has resulted in a proposal to lease village land winding up in the hands of village council’s streets and sidewalks committee.
A 900 kilowatt wind turbine will be up and running within the next two weeks at Clay High School.
The turbine will provide the school with more than 80 percent of wind energy.
A school assembly commissioning the event is planned for 1:30 p.m. in the high school gym on April 27th, according to Dennis Slotnick, the school’s science teacher.
A groundbreaking ceremony was held Thursday for the expansion and improvements of the Northwestern Water and Sewer District facilities on Middleton Pike.
The $3.5 million project will add 1,600 square feet of customer service area and another 19,000 square feet of existing space will be renovated.
Shawn Cantos has come a long way to reach this point.
Contos, who currently serves as the Penn State University wrestling team’s strength and conditioning coach, competed this weekend at the Olympic Trials in Iowa City, Iowa. Contos will wrestle in the freestyle division at 121 pounds (55 kilograms).
Contos has not stopped wrestling. He was fourth in the 2011 Freestyle Olympic Trials Qualifier, which is what got him here. He was second in the 2003 New York AC International. During his youth, he was a junior nationals champion.
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