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Judge, eight others volunteer for Honduras trip
Written by Judge Dwight Osterud,Perrysburg Municipal Court   
Thursday, 05 March 2009 16:39

A nine member team from Perrysburg Rotary traveled to San Pedro Sula, Honduras to implement Rotary’s part in a Health, Hunger and Humanity project in the mountains above San Pedro Sula. 

 
Conservation groups:Fine FirstEnergy for killing fish at Bay Shore plant
Written by J. Patrick Eaken   
Thursday, 05 March 2009 16:54

Environmental conservation groups want the Ohio Department of Natural Resources to fine one of the nation’s largest electric utility companies for killing millions of fish each year at the company’s Bay Shore power plant on Lake Erie.

 
Black cats less likely to be adopted at shelters
Written by Kelly Kaczala   
Friday, 12 December 2008 16:02

Throughout history, it has conjured up images of witchcraft and magic. In the Middle Ages, it was burned alive for its supposedly supernatural powers.

In North America, it is considered unlucky to cross paths with it.  

Many shelters during the month of October ban its adoption out of concern it may be abused as a result of the image it portrays on Halloween.

 
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