The Press Newspaper
The high cost and scarcity of ammunition has become a frequent topic of conversation among area dealers, members of sporting clubs and gun enthusiasts, with some saying the market is unlike anything they’ve seen in many years.
Gene Weishuhn, business manager of the Sandusky County Sportsmen’s Club, said club members are seeing shortages and skyrocketing prices for several types of ammunition.
Northwood wants the Toledo Metropolitan Area Council of Governments (TMACOG) to review future plans to improve the Wales Road/I-75 interchange.
Administrator Bob Anderson said he foresees commercial expansion and increased traffic along the Wales Road corridor.
If there was an underlying message in Bill Nye’s presentation to the Genoa school board Tuesday, it was to expect the unexpected in the next state budget.
“The governor’s proposed budget isn’t necessarily favorable for Genoa,” Nye said Thursday. “As is the case for many districts. What concerns me the most is the possibility of going on what is called the guarantee list, then the guarantee being taken away in the next budget.”
Get ready to navigate around the streets of Genoa as crews ready for the upcoming streets repaving program.
Village Council hired Morlock Asphalt Ltd., Portage, O., Monday to repave some of its streets this spring and summer. The $101,000 contract covers the revamping of portions of three streets along with four parking lots, Village Administrator Kevin Gladden said.
The Luckey Fall Festival didn’t just lose its longtime president when Larry Swartz succumbed to cancer on Feb. 21 at the age of 61.
The popular community event, which has become synonymous with autumn in these parts, also lost its champion, a workhorse and according to one board member, its heart and soul.