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The Northwood school board has decided to place a 1.75-mill continuing permanent improvement levy on the May 5 ballot.

The district’s 2.5 mill permanent improvement levy, passed in 2004, expires this year.

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Federal legislators are being urged to reform a trust fund enacted in 1986 to help maintain and operate commercial ports and navigation channels, including those in the Great Lakes /St. Lawrence Seaway system.

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Review board to be dissolved


Elmore village officials are considering a measure that would retain some elements of a board that was established to oversee improvement projects in the downtown business district funded by a grant program.

Village council has asked its legal counsel to draft legislation for moving most of the responsibilities of a design review board to the village planning commission.

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Who couldn’t use a little help stretching their grocery budget, especially these days?

For many struggling to make ends meet, help putting food on the table might be nothing short of heaven-sent.

Angel Food Ministries, a non-profit, non-denominational organization, is offering relief from soaring grocery prices and the best part is, there are no restrictions or guidelines - if you eat, you qualify.

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Wood County Sheriff Mark Wasylyshyn has announced his department’s new “Cyber Block Watch”  email program.

Residents may receive twice-monthly email posts that include information about recent crimes, suspects, and crime prevention tips as well as breaking news about crime sprees.

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