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Judge Steven D. Eckstein honored by Ohio District 5 Area Agency on Aging
Steven D. Eckstein's award focused on ways elected officials have helped the older adults in the area.       

Safety urged after weekend fire displaces family
The blaze burned a portion of a home in the 4800 block of County Road 57, just south of Galion.       

Lights & Sirens | Debris removed from railroad tracks
Bucyrus Police Department reports for Friday through early Monday.       

Here's how area members of Congress voted
he House has passed the Telephone Robocall Abuse Criminal Enforcement and Deterrence Act, to penalize and deter robocalls.      

Inaugural Winter Wonderfest welcomes Santa to Bucyrus
"They always love seeing Santa, so we gotta come for the parade," one mom says.       

Santa parade kicks off Winter Wonderfest in Bucyrus
Community enjoys a parade, a portable ice skating rink and plenty of time to see Santa.       

'Little Ohio' chronicles 100 towns with populations below 500
Karen Robertson has released a new book called "Little Ohio," which showcases 100 towns with populations under 500.      

State, local leaders praise new Lordstown battery plant
State leaders are excited about the announcement of a new electric vehicle battery plant that's expected to add 1,100 jobs in the Mahoning Valley      

This weekend is booked! Plenty of holiday events planned
A busy weekend of events continues Saturday in Crawford County.       

Crawford County property transfers
These real estate transactions were recorded in Crawford County between Nov. 1 and 8.      

Local #Giving2sDay drive is a record-setting success
The sixth-annual giving event raised at least $214,000 for local charities, including matching monies from the foundation's Crawford Impact Fund.       

It Happened In Crawford County: Meet Glenn Diebler — teacher, farmer, coach
Glenn and his brother Carl continue to operate the family grain-farm business.      

Lights & Sirens | Rikki Lee Lane residence burglarized overnight
Bucyrus Police Department reports for Thursday and early Friday.       

Lights & Sirens | Fight reported on Hopley Avenue
Bucyrus Police Department reports for Wednesday and early Thursday.       

New fitness studio on Marion Road offers Dance2Fit classes
"You don't have to be an expert, an athlete or anything like that," owner Stephanie Moore said. "You don't even have to be able to dance."       

The Amish Cook: Gloria shares two favorite Christmas candy recipes
Gloria took last week off for Thanksgiving, but she will return next week. This week's column features two of Gloria's favorite Christmas candy recipes.      

Give your pet some bling: 2020 dog licenses now on sale
For 2020, a one-year license will cost $16; a three-year license, $48; or a permanent license, $160.      

Here's what Bucyrus Public Library staff recommends reading this month
Find your next read at BPL whether it is a potato trying to find the perfect pants (children's) or going on a "Star Wars" journey (adult fiction)      

Crawford County restaurant inspections: Critical violations found in November
The following restaurant inspections with critical violations were reported by Crawford County Public Health during November.      

Council delays vote on changing service-safety director residency rule
"If you work here and are paid through taxpayers' money, I think you should live here," council member Dan Wirebaugh said.       

Lights & Sirens | Theft reported on Plymouth Street
Bucyrus Police Department reports for Tuesday and early Wednesday.       

Over the Garden Fence: Garden club journeys to another time at Dickens Victorian Village
After decorating three historic places right here in Bucyrus, my life was ready to go off and "over the garden fence" for an historic adventure.      

Ohioans debate gun rights in hearings on pink slips, stand your ground
People on opposite sides of Ohio's gun control debate packed into a Statehouse committee room Tuesday to speak in support of two different bills.      

Bucyrus' fire chief will retire; mayor says lawsuit has been settled
"We thank Chief Keller for his years of service to the city of Bucyrus," Reser said.      

Children can meet the Snow Sisters in Lexington
The Snow Sisters will visit with children during a character breakfast from 9:45 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. on both Dec. 14 and Dec. 21 at the Lexington Event Center.       

'Come Home to Galion' offers family Christmas fun
The day starts with breakfast with Santa, followed by the Reindeer Dash at 1 p.m. and parade at 4:15 p.m. After that, Santa will meet with children.       

Lights & Sirens | False alarms investigated
Bucyrus Police Department reports for Monday and early Tuesday.       

Lovina's Amish Kitchen: 29 gather for Thanksgiving meal, 2 turkeys
Joe tries cooking the Thanksgiving turkey a different way this year and Lovina shares a recipe for pumpkin rolls.      

Lights & Sirens: 2 teen boys arrested on shoplifting charges
Also, a man found drunk on the road early Saturday morning was taken to jail until sober.      

Good Hope's angels return in time for inaugural Christmas tour
Bucyrus Tourism and Visitors Bureau's Christmas Tour Thursday and Saturday will feature nine stops in Bucyrus and four in Galion.       

Bucyrus Railcar Repair is on a roll
"We are in the middle of a pretty intense hiring effort locally for additional labor in the Bucyrus shop."       

It Happened in Crawford County: 2011 Wynford grad runs her own realty business
"I wanted to be different than all the other realty companies in the area, and advertising is my way of doing so" she said.      

Ohio State super fan always concerned when entering Michigan's 'Big House'
Ohio State super fan always concerned when entering Michigan's "Big House"       

Crawford County property transfers
These real estate transactions were recorded in Crawford County between Oct. 28 and 31.      

Lights & Sirens | Counterfeit bills passed; suspect arrested
Bucyrus Police Department reports for Tuesday and early Wednesday.       

Community leaders share reasons they're thankful
Family. Community spirit. God. Those themes were mentioned repeatedly when local leaders were asked what they're thankful for this Thanksgiving.      

The Amish Cook: Yoders make use of apples, end up with 105 quarts of applesauce
This week, Gloria writes about the grandparents visiting and making use of apples for applesauce and apple butter. She shares a recipe for old-fashioned ...      

Emmanuel's Bread seeks to feed community's needs
"God supplies; I just trust and he brings everything we need," co-founder Anthony Horning said.       

'Friendsgiving' a growing tradition for young Americans
Most young Americans prefer Friendsgiving over traditional Thanksgiving, according to new research by OnePoll in conjunction with Sabra.       

Scheduled change of plea in wrong-way crash that injured trooper does not go forward
Michael Marchak Jr., 37, is charged with four felonies, including aggravated vehicular assault, and four misdemeanors in a June 27 wrong-way crash.       

Movie on NAACP martyr Fred Hampton filming in Mansfield
Casting agents searched for adult men to act in the movie's prison scene, which was scheduled for filming Monday and Tuesday at the Ohio State Reformatory.       

Photos: A look back at the Bucyrus Santa Parade
Take a look back at previous Bucyrus Santa Parades.      

Bucyrus will welcome holiday season with its first Winter Wonderfest
The first weekend of December will be busy in Crawford County with the debut Winter Wonderfest in Bucyrus and a number of other holiday events.      

The smell of success: Whitetail farm offers deer scents, plans to add tours
Nevada-area farm markets fresh deer scents under the brand name Smoking Hot Scents, and plans to offer tours starting next spring.       

Lights & Sirens | Wild animal gets loose in West Warren Street home
Bucyrus Police Department reports for Monday and early Tuesday.       

Lovina's Amish Kitchen: A day in the life of the Eichers
Lovina shares a day in the life of the Eichers, from a 3 a.m. alarm to 9:30 p.m. bedtime, as well as a chocolate chip cookie recipe      

Here's how area members of Congress voted
The House also passed the North American Wetlands Conservation Extension Act (H.R. 925) and the Fostering Stable Housing Opportunities Act ...