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Flora Poad: 1921-2014; Lucas County resident loved library work
Flora Benton Poad, 92, supervisor of libraries in the Oregon City Schools, died Monday in her Oregon home.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Man in prison for unlicensed driving
Lucas County Common Pleas Judge Frederick McDonald sent a Curtice, Ohio, man who served seven years in prison for a fatal drunken driving crash back to prison for a year Tuesday for repeatedly driving without a license.
German-American Festival: 49 Years, 49 Beers
The beer is chilling, the brats are ready for grilling, the potatoes are being peeled and the strudels are calling your name! This weekend, Aug. 22-24, the German-American Festival will take place at Oak Shade Grove, 3624 Seaman Road, Oregon, Ohio.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Federal funding headed to NW Ohio to improve water quality
Bill Myers and his family members have been growing beans, corn, alfalfa hay and wheat on their 2,000 acres since the 1800's at Myers Farms in Oregon.
Kenny Chesney's Flora/Bama Jama Thrills Over 40,000
There was a pirate ship, inflatable crafts, yachts, shrimp boats, skidoos and paddle boards when the No Shoes Nation took the beach behind the legendary Flora-Bama Lounge.
Oregon to improve its water treatment process
Oregon council on Monday approved a contract with ARCADIS, US Inc., for additional design engineering services for raw water treatment improvements for the water treatment plant for $295,000.
After intense search woman reunited with her dog
Gerathy had been looking for her dog, Tikaani, since it wandered from her home on Pickle Road in Oregon on July 26. She distributed fliers about the eight month old husky throughout Oregon and East Toledo with no success.
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40,000 Fans Party With Kenny
They came by way of inflatable crafts, yachts, shrimp boats, ski-doos, paddle boards and even a pirate ship when Kenny Chesney took the stage on Saturday on the beach at the Flora-Bama Lounge.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
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Officials want farm runoff rules to stop algae Would declaring the Maumee River watershed in distress stop algae? No, some officials say.
Lawyers attempting to keep video
Attorneys for an Oregon man charged with setting a fire that led to the deaths of two Toledo firefighters contended in court Thursday that the surveillance video that made him the prime suspect was obtained without a search warrant and should not be shown to a jury.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Bill would crack down on fertilizer
The first bill to crack down on the application of manure as a fertilizer on farmland in the wake of the Toledo water crisis was introduced Thursday in the Ohio Senate with more expected in the House.
Oregon Medicaid to cover gender reassignment
A panel of health experts on Thursday added gender dysphoria to the list of treatments covered by the Oregon Health Plan, Oregon's version of Medicaid.
Oregon testing new water treatment method
The toxic algae problem in Lake Erie is only getting worse, but the methods for treating and removing it from our drinking water are getting better.
Semi driver cited in 4-vehicle injury crash
A commercial truck driver has been cited in connection with a four-vehicle crash which sent two people to the hospital.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Webb seeks city funds water study
Councilman Lindsay Webb, who chairs council's utilities committee, said on Tuesday that she will introduce legislation for Toledo to put up the $175,000 needed to begin work on a feasibility study for creating a city-county water authority.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
Water emergency-District discussed plans for B.G./Perrysburg link
While the water consumption ban by the City of Toledo dragged on, personnel at the Northwestern Water and Sewer District were discussing how to construct an emergency connection to link the Perrysburg water system, which receives water from Toledo, to the Bowling Green system.
Oregon closely monitoring drinking water quality
Oregon has increased tests of its own water since high levels of a toxin were found in a water sample taken from Toledo's Collins Park water treatment plant over the weekend.
Sun Aug 10, 2014
Oregon to explore cost of warning signals
Oregon Councilman Joshua Hughes, chairman of the drainage, roads, buildings, and lands committee, has scheduled a 6:30 p.m. meeting in the council conference room today for the purpose of discussing potential costs for the installation of warning signals on Otter Creek Road at Millard Road and at Corduroy Road.
Sat Aug 09, 2014
Religion offerings: 8-9
Today from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. the Little Sisters of the Poor in Oregon hold their eighth annual car show and motorcycle run at 930 S. Wynn Rd. Participants can show their cars for $12, and motorcyclists can join the group ride to the Marblehead lighthouse for $25 a bike and $5 per extra rider.