The Press Newspaper
Despite a campaign that was briefly interrupted by an anonymous flier that detailed a criminal past, P.J. Kapfhammer continued to hammer away at what he saw as a superintendent and school board out of touch with the public in the Oregon City Schools District. On Tuesday, the public agreed with Kapfhammer and made him the top vote getter among three candidates vying for two school board seats.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol has been focusing on impaired driving enforcement this year, hoping to build on a trend of declining fatalities.
Through October of this year, fatalities caused by vehicle crashes in the state are down nine percent compared to last year – 824 deaths so far this year and 902 in 2010.
Rick Henning built the barn and they came.
Hundreds of kids in the last 14 years. Boys and girls. They came to home their timing in the batting cage. They came for instructions from famous coaches like Amy Kyler, a former professional softball player and renown pitching coach. They came, in short, to get the edge.
While most students look forward to receiving presents for Christmas, senior Brittney Wolford hopes her present will come in the form of a nomination for the United States Air Force Academy.
Wolford has had the dream of being in the Air Force since the third grade.
Oregon City Council unanimously passed a resolution opposing the state’s proposal to centralize municipal income tax collections and then charge a fee to administer the service.
“Any proposal to add the municipal income tax to the State of Ohio tax return could change collections based on employment to a tax based on residency, which could have a detrimental effect on revenue for the city,” states the resolution.
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