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Lake Township Fire Chief Todd Walters Tuesday commended a township firefighter for his quick reaction that saved a fellow firefighter from serious injury – or worse.
About 55 firefighters from five departments responded to an explosion and fire March 16 at Tri-State Expedited Service, Inc., Cummings Road.
A Big Year. How would you describe it? For some, it might be getting a dream job/promotion or raise. Another might consider a Big Year as one where they travel to Paris or go in their RV through Alaska. Having a baby? That could also be a Big Year.
For Greg Miller, a computer consultant with Timken, of Canton, OH, The Big Year was 1998 and he was on a quest to identify more than 700 bird species in 365 days.
For centuries, illnesses have plagued mankind, constantly reminding us of our limitations.
While some may simply admit defeat, others use their conditions as inspiration for bettering society, even to the point of going before Congress to demand change.
Chad Bringman submitted his resignation to the Woodmore Board of Education due to time constraints of his responsibilities as director of the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Northwester Ohio, not because his wife was appointed to be superintendent of the Woodmore School District as reported in the March 19 issue of The Press.
The current superintendent John Fernbaugh said that although it would be “protocol” for someone to resign from the board if a spouse were named superintendent, state law doesn’t prohibit spouses from serving on boards and the administration.
Linda Bringman’s contract as superintendent goes into effect July 1.
In last week’s article about Academy Games, the company founder’s name was spelled wrong. His name is Uwe Eickert. Volgograd, not Logograd, is formerly known as Stalingrad, the site of one of the most important and famous battles of World War II. In addition, the Eickert Scissors manufacturing company did not go out of business. It was sold to Jarden Corporation which moved its operations to their McMinnville, Tenn. facilities where the business is still in existence. The Press regrets the errors.
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