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Voters asked to renew county law enforcement levy
Sheriff: "I think everybody sees the work that we're doing at the sheriff's office and I hope that they realize that their money's not being wasted."       

Lights & Sirens | Driver found nodding off at gas pump
Bucyrus Police Department reports for Friday through Monday.       

MOESC receives grant to further braille tech for vision-impaired students
MOESC has been awarded a BEST Grant to establish a Local Braille Production Center (LBPC).      

Funds raised to make duplicate bench on Mount Jeez for Ron Simon
The new bench will replicate the one that was placed atop Mount Jeez two years ago in memory of News Journal columnist and reporter Ron Simon.       

Four named to Crawford County Golden Years Hall of Fame
Jack Hewitt, Ruth Lady Pollock, Judi Saurers and Dolores Sweney were inducted into the Crawford County Golden Years Hall of Fame.       

Village residents embracing 'the Crestline Comeback'
"We built up steam, so to speak, to move down the tracks to success, and other people have come on board," village administrator says.       

Lights & Sirens | Train engineer asks police to check tracks
Bucyrus Police Department reports for Thursday and early Friday.       

Crawford County property transfers
These real estate transactions were recorded in Crawford County between Sept. 6 and 13.      

It Happened In Crawford County: Age hasn’t slowed Bud down
Quentin “Bud” Ackerman celebrated his 100th birthday in August. A veteran, Bud built the home he still lives in today.      

Fire destroys home in Chatfield Township
A woman and her two dogs were able to escape the home, but a cat died in the fire.       

Lights & Sirens | Two teens charged with disorderly conduct
Bucyrus Police Department reports for Wednesday and early Thursday.       

Wynford grad charged in connection with Miami hazing incident
A Butler County grand jury returned an array of assault and hazing charges against 18 men.       

6th-grade students learn about numerous career opportunities
Students learned that they will soon have to balance their interests with the financial compensation they would like to receive as adults.       

Local news briefs
Briefs include pumpkins available at the Bucyrus Farmers Market, a luncheon and a Community Care March.      

The Amish Cook: Gloria shares three favorite pumpkin recipes
This week, Gloria shares three pumpkin recipes: pumpkin latte, pumpkin pie squares and pumpkin crunch.      

Early voters first to use county's new voting machines
In three-step process, voters will check-in and get their ballot, mark it and then cast it.       

Lights & Sirens | Vehicle strikes garage on Whetstone
Bucyrus Police Department reports for Tuesday and early Wednesday.       

Crawford County debuts new voting machines
Crawford County Board of Elections Director Ruth Leuthold explains how to use the new voting machines.       

Land bank house on Norton Way demolished
A nearby home at 205 E. Mary St. is scheduled to come down on Monday.       

Over the Garden Fence: Celebrate Christmas early at the train depot
The committee is not trying to recreate a German Christkindlmart setting, but we are encouraging vendors to come and set up outside ...      

Water routing project progressing
Progress continued Tuesday on the water routing project to help move water from the Whetstone Street area north to the Sandusky River.       

Lovina's Amish Kitchen: Long night for Eichers at the ER
Our plans had to be adjusted somewhat because we were at the emergency room last night with daughter Susan.      

Lights & Sirens | Impaired man reportedly messes with motorcycle
Lights & Sires: Impaired man reportedly messes with motorcycle; East Warren Street home broken into; customer asked not to return to Dollar Tree       

Harvest finally underway after 7th-wettest summer on record
This week's warm and sunny forecast should help many farmers get many of their crops harvested.       

Here's how area members of Congress voted
Here's a look at how area members of Congress voted Sept. 27 through Oct. 3.      

Christy Wright: Regaining momentum to finish the year strong
Christy Wright: The good news is that it is not too late in the year to tackle the goals set back in January.      

Bucyrus Public Library staff recommends books, media
Looking for your next read? The staff at Bucyrus Public Library have some suggestions that might become your new favorites.      

GALLERY: Clear Fork 31, Galion 21
The Clear Fork Colts beat the Galion Tigers 31-21 in a wild Week 6 matchup.       

GALLERY: Galion High School Homecoming
Galion senior Anissa Smith-Sublett was named the 2019 Galion High School homecoming queen.       

City approves $125,000 repair project to avoid EPA fines
The clogged sewer line is 30 feet deep, which is too far for city employees to replace. Council member also voted to tear down four dilapidated homes.      

Lights & Sirens: Possible prowler reported Friday
Also: Children were reportedly playing in the road Thursday night.      

Sunny savings: Solar field could save Shelby residents $7 million over 30 years
Nearly 7,000 solar panels will be installed in the site by the end of the year, saving residents nearly $250,000 annually.       

Crawford County restaurant inspections: critical violations found in September
The following restaurant inspections with critical violations were conducted by Crawford County Public Health during September.      

It Happened In Crawford County: Meet Denny and Alice Teynor
Denny and Alice Teynor have deep roots in the Crawford County community and have served on various boards and charity projects.       

Crawford County property transfers Sept. 3-6
These real estate transactions were recorded Sept. 3-6 in Crawford County.      

Public invited to join in bike ride honoring park enthusiast
Riders of all abilities are invited to attend the free event.       

Playground expansion
Workers from New Albany installing new playground equipment at Heise Park in Galion.       

The Amish Cook: Making lists for endless chores, reminders
I was simply feeling like my ends didn’t come together when trying to do weekly cleaning, finishing dishes or even just keeping the house presentable.      

Lights & Sirens: Suspicious man yells at vehicles
Officers also checked on a dog reportedly left in a vehicle Wednesday.      

Pines Reservoir draining; city pool to finally be filled
Drivers are urged to use caution on Sandusky Avenue until the paving project is complete.      

Bariatric surgery patients celebrate getting their lives back
"I can go out and do things without being embarrassed," one patient told the support group.       

Lights & Sirens: Two wrecks downtown Tuesday
Also: Officers investigated a report of possible child abuse and looked into multiple vandalism complaints.      

Ready for fun? Plenty of Halloween and fall family activities coming up
A list of local trick-or-treat, trunk-or-treat and fall-themed events.       

Over the Garden Fence: Much effort goes into flower show school
Although temperatures have been hot and high, Mary Lee had to focus on the wonders of winter and Christmas for a lecture and display.      

Lights & Sirens: Car damage in construction zone
Possible gunshots, a domestic dispute, a reported break-in at a garage and more in this law enforcement roundup.      

List: names of accused Catholic church priests, clergy members in Ohio
This list is for the state of Ohio.       

Lovina's Amish Kitchen: Try this sweet and sour cabbage
This week, Lovina shares family updates about weddings, surgeries, work, gardening and more.