The Press Newspaper
Over 60 people and their canines participated in the Third Annual Dirty Dog 5K Trail Run, the fourth and final run in this year’s Second Sole Trail Run Series.
The Dirty Dog race took place at Cedar Creek Preserve in Northwood on October 29.
After losing in the primary to electrician Shaun Enright, incumbent councilman Mike Craig held on to his seat in Tuesday’s night general election.
Unofficial results show Craig garnering 3,509 votes (55percent) and Enright getting 2,865 votes (45 percent). If certified, Craig will be entering his second full four-year term. He has already served five years in council.
“Few and ugly.”
That’s how Tim Krugh, Lake school board president, describes the options open to the board and administration as they decide how to proceed in the wake of last week’s defeat of a 4.75-mill levy request.
Oregon City Administrator Michael J. Beazley says Lucas County sales tax revenue is up seven percent and Oregon’s income tax revenue collections are up five percent from last year.
Beazley says that demonstrates that the local economy is showing signs of recovery, but still has a ways to go to meet levels from just a few years back.
Forfeited property may become a park
The trustees met recently to discuss whether or not to assume ownership of the property, which is being offered to the township.
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