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The Nostalgia Highway
Written by John Szozda   
Tuesday, 18 March 2014 08:08

“Leap Day Snowstorm” in 1984 left 191 motorists stranded

The exits on The Nostalgia Highway are at 10-year increments. Enjoy the trip through the pages of The Press.

March, 2004
News: Menards started negotiations with development officials to build a home improvement store on an 18-acre site on Brown Road on the Northwood-Oregon border.

Fred Schnoor, Benton-Carroll-Salem superintendent, stated the district attracted 40 students and some $200,000 from the state during its first year of open enrollment.

Day by Day in Toledo
Written by John Szozda   
Monday, 10 March 2014 08:07

Our violent past chronicled in new book by local author

When you compress 200 years of Toledo area history into 258 pages, you get a feel for our violent past.

Consider these two items:
September 17, 1930: Mrs. Edward Lamb of Perrysburg confronts city workers in her town with a rifle as they try to tear down her new white picket fence. They return with a machine gun and proceed to remove what they say is an illegal fence.

County quest complete
Written by John Szozda   
Monday, 03 March 2014 10:16

Former mayor looks to golf and go to mass in every state

Marge Brown lost her husband in 1988.

Her postman, Lenny Fetterman, lost his wife in 1990.

One day in 1992, after delivering her mail, he lingered and shared a poem he had written about his late wife. They spent some time together and he asked her, “Do you like to travel?”

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