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A new display titled, “The Cannons that Changed America” — which showcases what U.S. and British naval forces used in The Battle of Lake Erie — has been unveiled at the Harbor View Historical Society Museum and will remain on display through the end of October, said Samuel J. Bonifas, historical society president.
Oregon plans to apply for a loan from the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (OEPA) to help pay for improvements to the wastewater treatment plant.
Oregon’s OEPA National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit requires the city to increase secondary treatment capacity of the wastewater treatment plant from 24 MGD to 36 MGD in two phases over a five year period.
When the Lake Township trustees needed help preparing a job description for the position of a full-time fire chief, they turned to Bruce Moritz, the veteran chief of the Allen-Clay Joint Fire District, for his assistance.
And when they decided to hire a chief, they hired Moritz.
Ottawa County Common Pleas Court Judge Bruce Winters has denied a motion to dismiss death penalty specifications in the case of a Fremont man indicted for the murder in March of his estranged wife.
Attorneys representing Randall Ross had filed the motion, citing constitutional and international law violations.
For many people, seeing images of very sick children who are patients at St. Jude Children’s Hospital, in Memphis, can be heartbreaking. Many people do not know what to do to help.
For Emma Gould, 10, of Curtice, those very same images proved to be inspiration for this young lady.
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