Parents proud of Millersport Marching Lakers



Editor: The Millersport Marching Lakers, under the direction of Noelle Harkabus, participated in the University of Toledo Band Day on Sept. 29. The Marching Lakers joined 13 other high school bands for the half-time show during the Toledo Rockets football game. Each school got the opportunity earlier in the day to showcase their half-time show. Millersport was the first to […]

Election Letters



Just two issues left Your letters about lake-area candidates and issues on the Nov. 6 ballot are welcome. However, due to the volume of letters we expect to receive, we are strictly enforcing our normally suggested 250-word limit for election letters next week. Election letters longer than 250 words WILL BE CUT. Letters must be original. Those addressed or copied […]

More Letters: ‘Watchdog’ is still keeping an eye open



Editor: As I mentioned in a previous letter, on September 5th a lack of quorum caused a council meeting to be cancelled, but Mayor Bennie (Jim) Evans allowed a police officerto stand up and talk about ME to everyone who attended. According to public records, both police officersthat attended that meeting were PAID. Your tax dollars at work there! In […]

Writer supports Hart for Trustee



Editor: I recently discovered that Joe Hart was running for Licking Township Trustee. My acquaintance with Joe began after1980, when I was elected to the Lakewood Local school board. Joe began attending our local meetings, became active in school district affairs and ran and was elected to the school board in 1981. In meetings Joe was very professional, ask questions […]

Thanks from FCA



Editor: The Laker Fellowship of Christian Athletes of Millersport High School would like to thank everyone who helped make our FCA Kick-Off Rally a success. We had a great turnout and we are looking forward to an awesome year. We thank God most off all and would like to express our gratitude to the following: Hometown Hotdogs, Kim & Alan […]

More support for Lakewood ballot issues



Editor: As employees in the Lakewood Local School District, we would like to share a few major issues on the upcoming ballot regarding the Lakewood Local school levy. First, the emergency levy is a benefit to senior citizens, 65 years and older. They will receive a $25,000 homestead exemption approved by the Ohio General Assembly this summer. Thanks to this […]

Slaters thank village for street dedication



Editor: THANK YOU BUCKEYE LAKE VILLAGE While driving through Buckeye Lake on Sunday I saw the new sign for the Charles E. Slater Memorial Boulevard. I was really impressed and know that the picture of the Blue Heron is what would impress the “Mayor”. In his retirement years, he put every moment of his life into making Buckeye Lake an […]

College Night set



HEBRON – Lakewood High School is sponsoring a College Night on Monday, Oct. 22 at 7:00 p.m. in the high school auditorium. Interested parents and students are encouraged to attend this meeting. Although the information is geared towards juniors and seniors, everyone is welcome. Perry Robinson, Director of Admissions at Denison University, will present this program. He will discuss the […]

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Quarterly Community Update October 2007

Quarterly Community UpdateOctober 2007 The new school year is off to a great start! All the little bugs that showed up with the realignment seem to be worked out. Students and staff are working hard on improving academically. This November, Lakewood Schools have two very important issues that require the community’s attention. Two levy issues are on the November 6 […]

School Schedule



Hebron Elementary October 10/19 No school 10/24 Picture retake November 11/02 Report cards home 11/07 Two hour early dismissal 11/09-16 Book Fair 11/13 Parent Teacher Conferences 4-7:15 11/21-26 No School – Thanksgiving Break December 12/24-1/02 No School – Winter Break January 01/03 Return from Winter Break 01/11 End of 2nd 9-weeks 01/18 Report cards home 01/21 No school 01/31 Parent […]


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