The Press Newspaper
During its April 16 meeting, the Oregon Board of Education recognized seven students who, throughout the school year, individually turned in money they found in a bus, hallways, playground and cafeteria at Jerusalem Elementary School.
Principal Dean Ensey explained that the students, Jayden Auger, Madison Campbell, Katie Clark, Gage Glass, Emma Hansen, Orlo Horsley and Madison Maix, selflessly turned in money they had found.
Fans of “Who Wants To Be A Millionaire” got a chance to see Kimberly Oberhaus, an administrative assistant at the Toledo Museum of Art, from Walbridge, on today’s show (May 8).
A proposed natural gas-fired electric power plant in the City of Oregon received support from those who testified Wednesday during a hearing conducted by the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency on the plant’s draft permit for air emissions.
The economic benefits to the region from the $860 million project and the environmental advantages it would provide over facilities that burn coal were mentioned frequently during testimony.
Northwood City Council is reviewing whether to assess residents to excavate a detention pond at Greenway Estates subdivision near the Woodville Mall to improve drainage in the area.
“A few years ago, we had some flooding problems,” Councilman James Barton, chairman of the Service Committee, said at a meeting on April 25.
Oregon City Council on Monday will consider a proposed ordinance that would permit charging residents’ health insurance companies, Medicare and Medicaid for emergency ambulance transport services provided by the Fire and Rescue Department.
Revenue generated from the program will help offset the actual cost of providing, maintaining and improving emergency medical services to the community.
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