On Nov. 29, 2016, I was involved in an auto accident on Route 91 in Stow. I would like to thank the Stow Police Department and Stow Fire Department, including the EMTs, for their professionalism and caring actions to make me feel less stressed about it.
Editor: The state of Ohio is mandating the call centers in Ohio update their mechanical and computer programs by 2018. The city of Stow has a call center that is already adequate and can be updated. The safety building has room as was planned to expand for any future needs.
The Nov. 20 issue of the Stow Sentry contained an interesting breakdown of the local voting of the Nov. 8 General Election, particularly related to the Stow-Munroe Falls School District permanent improvement levy.
For 55 years, Dick Goddard has been a guest of sorts in the evening in countless northeast Ohio homes, providing TV weather forecasts.
By Mike Lesko Reporter
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Columbus -- If you've spent any time listening to Gov. John Kasich over the past six years (or longer), you've no doubt heard him talk about his time in Congress.
By Marc Kovac Dix Capital Bureau
Columbus -- A panel of political insiders was asked a few days ago how President-elect Donald Trump's historic election would affect Ohio's governor's race and other statewide and legislative office campaigns two years from now.
By Marc Kovac Capital Bureau Chief
We would like to thank everyone who attended the Stow-Munroe Falls Community Foundation's Fourth Annual Craft Beer Fest on Oct. 7 and made it a great success. Four local breweries provided their products to sample and a buffet dinner was served.
In the midst of the American Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln proclaimed a national Day of Thanksgiving, which was to be observed on the last Thursday of November in 1863. His hope was to unify the country, and the holiday has been observed annually since.
To the Stow-Munroe Falls Communities -- Simply, thank you. Thank you for going to the polls and voting to pass the Stow-Munroe Falls City School District's Permanent Improvement levy. And thank you to all those who worked so hard to communicate the importance of this issue.
O thus be it ever, when freemen shall stand Between their loved home and the war's desolation! Blest with vict'ry and peace, may the Heav'n rescued land Praise the Power that hath made and preserved us a nation!
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A year ago, Munroe Falls Mayor James Armstrong was working at being elected as the leader of the city. This year's election brings him a whole new challenge -- making sure the city is financially sound and can provide residents with the services they've come to expect, and more.
Columbus -- Take a deep breath and gird your loins, because this presidential election could get a whole lot crazier in the closing days of what has already been an over-the-top-crazy campaign.
By Marc Kovac | Capital Bureau Chief
On Nov. 8, the folks in Stow and Munroe Falls have an opportunity to vote on Issue 42 that will allow a Permanent Improvement fund to be established whereby the nine school buildings along with athletic facilities can be maintained and improved.
In August, the Stow-Munroe Falls Board of Education unanimously voted to place a permanent improvement levy on the Nov. 8 ballot. This is a levy that by law is only permitted to be used to improve facilities (not salaries).
Our family would like to thank the Stow Paramedics and Fire Department for their quick response to our emergency call on Oct. 12. They immediately took charge and provided a calming presence in a frightening situation.
A letter ("Voting for a third party 'can be detrimental'" -- Oct. 23), claimed that it is "unheard of" for a third party presidential candidate to get on the ballot of all 50 states. No it isn't. Ross Perot did it in 1992.
I am writingthis letter in support of the Stow-Munroe Falls School District 1.99-mill permanent improvement levy that is on the Nov. 8 ballot. During my tenure on the School Board, I worked hard to improve the district's infrastructure and capital assets.
I wish to express my concern considering the numerous tax increases on the ballot this year in Munroe Falls. Being a newer parent, I sometimes find it difficult to make ends meet. There are many Munroe Falls families which are in similar situations to mine.
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I grew up in rural Southeast Ohio in the small town of Byesville. My family is deeply rooted in both Guernsey and Noble counties and the small, farm-town way of life is heavily ingrained.
On Nov. 8, residents of Stow-Munroe Falls City School District will see a 1.99-mill Permanent Improvement (PI) levy on the ballot.A PI levy allows a school district to make needed significant structural building repairs, such as roofing and equipment.