biggestweek2014cover
MedDirCover
HousingHeaderSmall
EMBCCover 

 linkedinfacebooktwitter

WTOLLogo1

Fox1

Home
Pages of the Press
Seferian attributes win to supporters’ dedication
Written by Kelly Kaczala   
Thursday, 05 November 2009 16:42

Oregon Mayor-elect Mike Seferian said “good dedicated supporters” helped propel him to victory in unseating incumbent Mayor Marge Brown on Tuesday.

“I learned some things from the last election,” said Seferian, an independent who lost to Brown in 2001. “I allowed my friends to help me.”

Voter turnout was strong, with nearly 7,300 voters showing up at the polls. Seferian, who is currently on council, received 4,459 votes, or 61.17 percent of the vote, while Brown received 2,831, or 38.83 percent of the vote. Seferian beat Brown in each of the city’s 19 precincts.

“My supporters networked throughout the neighborhoods and communities for me. I didn’t realize I had such friends so dedicated – I think they were more emotional than I in this race,” he said.

“When I was feeling the heat, or pressured, they showed up at my work or house just to hang out,” he added. “They wanted change, and were willing to take a chance on me. I didn’t win this, they did.”

 
Lake Twp. trustee race
Written by Larry Limpf   
Thursday, 29 October 2009 16:00

Veteran incumbents challenged by business owners

Two self-employed business owners, Mike Evanoff and Jeff Pettit, are challenging veteran incumbents, Ron Sims and Richard Welling, for seats on the Lake Township Board of Trustees in the Nov. 3 election.

In these tough economic times, who knows how to stretch a dollar more than an owner/operator of a small business, reasons Evanoff, who hopes to use his entrepreneurial skills as a trustee.

“My wife and I have been doing this for 20 years in bad and good economies and our doors are still open,” the owner of Suburban Motors said. “A sense of discipline is what I want to bring to the table.”

If elected, Evanoff, who’s been regularly attending trustee meetings for several years, said he’d scrutinize the expenditure of every township dollar, casting a keen eye especially on equipment and related purchases.

 
327 games, 15,696 minutes, and counting
Written by Jeffrey D. Norwalk   
Thursday, 29 October 2009 15:44

Presenting Mr. Bowers…hasn’t missed in 32 years

Ladies and gentlemen . . . presenting 1967 Genoa grad Wade Bower, the "unofficial standard bearer" of "Comet Nation," who has had a reserved seat ticket for 327 straight Genoa football games and 32 celebrated seasons.

That's roughly 15,696 minutes of Comet football for all those counting.

"All I can say is that I just love high school football, and that's the bottom line," mumbles Bower, 60.

"Personally, I don't like to call it a streak, because really it's just a passion of mine. I just love to go to these high school football games. I love the competition between the boys out there. And I just love being there out at the stadium come Friday, and watching Genoa Comets football, and other Genoa sports, too, really," he said.

 
<< Start < Prev 771 772 773 774 775 776 777 778 779 780 Next > End >>

Page 777 of 950
Banner
Banner

Polls

If you found a penny on the floor, would you pick it up?
 
Banner
Banner
Banner
Banner
Banner

The Current Weather for Millbury, OH USA

Login




Log in