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Mentoring students will keep Dr. Durant “grounded”
Written by John Szozda   
Monday, 27 January 2014 10:13

Waite High educators saw a glimpse of what kind of superintendent Dr. Romules Durant will be when he spoke before a crowd of 150 current and retired educators at a luncheon held to celebrate the school’s 100th anniversary.

The 27th Annual Gold Star Awards: Eagle Scouts to Biggest Loser
Written by John Szozda   
Monday, 20 January 2014 11:07

No money, trophies or medals go with the 27th Annual Gold Star Awards, just a gold star for the refrigerator andstars4Gold congratulations and thank you from an observer.

Kathy Varga and Shirley’s Carryout, Curtice: Led effort to collect 250 bears to send to Sandy Hook Elementary School following the massacre of 26 people. Overwhelming national support resulted in a flood of gifts, however, and the bears were donated locally to organizations serving children in crisis.

Quotes of the year 2013
Written by John Szozda   
Tuesday, 14 January 2014 11:53

Red light cameras and Woodville Mall were hot topics

Let’s give the last word to those who made the pages of The Press in 2013.

The state of housing in 05
“I invested in my home on the east side 13 years ago. I invested again this year. I look at three (dilapidated) properties on my street— one of them I see right outside my front door and one of them I see right outside my back door. That’s what I get to look at, and another one is two doors down next to my daughter who has a

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