The Press Newspaper
Eastwood central office works to restore data
Replacing lost data and restoring computer network systems are the primary tasks facing the Eastwood School District administration in the wake of a Jan. 25 fire that gutted the building shared by a bus garage and the central office.
“We are gradually restoring network capabilities,” Brent Welker, superintendent, said Thursday. “The new server needed a lot of work and our Wi-Fi system will be up by early next week. We’re not back up to 100 percent but we’re getting closer every hour. We’re having to re-create a lot of data.”
The owner of Tank’s Meats in Elmore said he wanted to be pro-active in issuing a voluntary recall of a dried sausage product that may be contaminated with bacillus cereus.
Kurt Amstutz said landjaegers produced on or before Jan. 9 and sold to retail outlets are being recalled as a precautionary measure.
“We wanted to get all the product off the shelves that we could or out of the places we could immediately and then address the issue,” he said. “In hindsight it seems like a lot for one confirmed case but better to be safe than sorry.”
Long time Cardinal Stritch Catholic administrator Tim Mahoney joined graduates William M. Pasztor, Jr. (1965) and Phillip C. Skeldon, Jr. (1980) as inductees into the school’s hall of fame.
A banquet was held before the holidays with Stritch President Rev. Eric P. Schild providing prayer and a thank you, welcome remarks by Vice President of Advancement Kevin Parkins, remarks from Athletic Director Craig Meinzer, and Parkins emceed the induction ceremony.
Oregon’s Parks & Recreation Committee met Jan. 21 to hear about the needs of seniors in the community, and which services might be funded by the $250,000 revenue expected this year from the senior levy passed last fall.
City Administrator Mike Beazley said Mayor Mike Seferian, Councilman Terry Reeves, chairman of the committee, and council will be putting together a committee to make recommendations on which services may be funded by levy dollars “with appropriate oversight.”
A 44-year-old woman on S. Wynn Road reported to police last month that she was a victim of telecommunications fraud after she received a phone call from someone alleging to be from the Internal Revenue Service claiming she owed thousands in taxes.
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