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Crestline police investigating sexual battery allegation made against school employee
"The seized evidence is currently being processed by the Ohio Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force," press release states.       

Crawford County property transfers
These real estate transactions were recorded in Crawford County between April 18 and 23.       

It Happened In Crawford County| Virginia Hammontree
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Lights & Sirens | Break-in reported on East Charles Street
Bucyrus Police Department reports for Thursday and early Friday.       

Lights & Sirens | Possible drug paraphernalia found
Bucyrus Police Department reports for Wednesday and early Thursday.       

Mom says Crestline teacher sent inappropriate messages to her son
In a Facebook post, the mother of one of a student said the teacher "groomed" her minor son and called the incident "a parent's worst nightmare."       

United in Harmony will perform national anthem at Tribe game
Twenty-one current members of the local men's chorus will be joined by seven alumni for the June 26 performance in Cleveland.       

The Amish Cook: Uncle Paul celebrates 22nd anniversary of country store
This week, Gloria shares about her uncle's country store's anniversary celebration and spread recipes.       

Sherrod Brown announces summer manufacturing camps in 21 counties, including Richland
The camps, geared towards fourth through eighth graders, expose students to local manufacturing companies, potential career paths and available jobs.       

City council approves infrastructure projects
Arrowhead Drive, Ohio 19 paving projects approved.       

Lights & Sirens | Woman reports threatening text messages
Bucyrus Police Department reports for Tuesday and early Wednesday.       

Over the Garden Fence: Garden club members utilize rain barrels
When prices for a rain barrel range from $75 to $125, it likely gave Rick a sense of accomplishment to have put these two together for no more than $30.       

Fit to drive: Program helps make seniors safer drivers
CarFit program offered annually at Heartland of Bucyrus       

American Legion post announces plans for Memorial Day observances in Bucyrus
Weather permitting, a parade will step off at 9:30 a.m. Monday from Washington Square.       

Site work continues at former water plant
The structures are gone now, but grading work continued this week.       

Lights & Sirens | Methamphetamine found in home
Bucyrus Police Department reports for Monday and early Tuesday.       

It's official: Fankhauser wins GOP council president primary
Fankhauser: "I'm sure that every single door that got knocked on was a factor, as close as this election was."       

Lights & Sirens | Boy, 15, charged with domestic violence
Bucyrus Police Department reports for Friday through early Monday; boy, 15, charged with domestic violence.       

Here's how area members of Congress voted
Here's a look at how area members of Congress voted the week of May 10 to 16.       

Wynford celebrates groundbreaking of new junior high/high school building
"This building, to me, is a sign of the community's unwavering commitment to our children," said Wynford Superintendent Fred Fox.       

Rock on: Through raffle, band director launches effort to give kids guitars
Fiske seeks to "jump-start that whole environment that I think used to exist with kids that age and doesn't anymore."       

Living History Days event continues to grow, returns to Lowe-Volk Park for 17th year
"Living history ...

It Happened In Crawford County: Nate Roshon helps others process grief
Nate said that as Wise Funeral Home nears its 175th anniversary, it is considering how to celebrate and honor the past while looking to the future.       

Crawford County property transfers
These real estate transactions were recorded in Crawford County between April 15 and 17.       

Lights & Sirens | Child endangering case investigated
Bucyrus Police Department reports for Thursday and early Friday.       

It Happened In Crawford County: Achtermann is well-known for public service
One caller asked for a carton of cigarettes and a 12 pack of beer, needless to say he didn’t get them!       

All squared away: Students help club members freshen up downtown landscaping
"It's a huge undertaking and a lot of work goes into this, but we're glad to do it," Earth, Wind and Flowers Garden Club member says.       

Lights & Sirens | Dispute on Waterford Glen leads to arrest
Bucyrus Police Department reports for Wednesday and early Thursday.       

All squared away
About 20 students joined members of the Earth, Wind and Flowers Garden Club Thursday in preparing the square's landscaping for the summer season.       

The Amish Cook: Yoders savor strawberry soup
For weeks we have been waiting for the day the garden would dry off enough to plant it.       

Galion alley closed due to gas leak
Alley in downtown Galion closed due to gas leak.       

Warm weather welcome at Crestline Farmers Market
Wide variety of items offered for sale at weekly market.       

Lights & Sirens | Crash reported on Woodlawn
Bucyrus Police Department reports for Tuesday and early Wednesday.       

Music, shopping and more planned during Third Fridays in Galion
"We love it," said Miranda Jones of the Galion-Crestline Area Chamber of Commerce. "It's gotten bigger and bigger each year."       

Over the Garden Fence: This plant attracts bees, butterflies
Perhaps the seeds could be purposely sown so that it can be shared next spring.       

Indictments: Man accused of raping 6-year-old faces life in prison
Also: Man charged in connection with string of break-ins in Galion area.       

Lights & Sirens | Woman faces domestic violence, assault charges
Bucyrus Police Department reports for Monday and early Tuesday.       

Eye to eye
Isabella Jeffrey, a seventh grader at St. Joseph Catholic School in Crestline, enjoys holding a painted turtle Tuesday at Lowe-Volk Nature Center.       

Man pleads guilty to misdemeanor in jet-ski death of Bucyrus teen
"It's just horrible," prosecutor said. "The young lady who died was my neighbor, so I had seen her grow up. ... Just a super, happy, nice kid."       

At Bucyrus Little Theatre, 'The Secret Garden' is ready to bloom
The musical is based on

Here's how area members of Congress voted
Along with roll call votes this week, the House also passed the Taiwan Assurance Act (H.R. 2002), to foster security in Taiwan.       

Lights & Sirens | Woman rescued from dumpster
Bucyrus Police Department reports for Friday through early Monday.       

'Tons of stuff' planned for annual Safety Town program
"So I think it fosters a really good relationship with safety services and our kids in the community," one of the event's organizers says.       

Local man's design for Art Park stage outlined to council members
"My opinion is we need a stage that goes with the design of the park," Joe Armbruster said.       

Measles vaccines still important 5 years after local Amish community outbreak
The 2014 Ohio outbreak was once the nation's largest since 1994. It put Richland County in the national spotlight.       

Champs! Bucyrus flips the script on Crestview in sectional final
Each team had four hits and 11 strikeouts in the contest.       

ODNR may force city to decide soon on fate of Pines Reservoir
Options for 100-year-old reservoir include repairing it, draining it or selling it.