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Ski Patrol keeps slopes safe at Snow Trails every winter
The patrol is always looking for avid skiers and snowboarders to join their crew. ††††††

It Happened In Crawford County: Minister Luidhardt served in the army
They have 30 different nativities all made from wood;¬†one is more than 100 years old. Gene has made most of the nativity sets. ††††††

Lights & Sirens: Unwanted guest punches resident
Also, while investigating a hit-skip wreck, officers found parts of the offending vehicle.††††††

Despite lingering winter, highs in the 50s coming next week
Only 15 inches of snow have fallen this year. Normally, we'd have seen 37 inches. ††††††

The Amish Cook: Chicken soup soothes sickness at Gloria's house
One child's sickness led to the next and now, three weeks later, we still haven't been able to shake that bug. I especially felt so sorry for the ...††††††

Lights & Sirens: Person charged with possession of methamphetamine
Officers also took several complaint reports about juveniles throughout town.††††††

Lights & Sirens: Methamphetamine found in stopped car
Also, a person reported a possible sex crime to police Tuesday afternoon.††††††

Lights & Sirens | Two injured in Monday morning crash
Bucyrus Police Department reports for Monday and early Tuesday. ††††††

Over the Garden Fence: Create a false spring and force early blooms
Bouquets-in-waiting are out there in our yards. We can scout around for plants to bring on flowering a bit earlier than spring. ††††††

Analysis: Marion Technical College adds $76.7M in income to regional economy
The economic impact analysis is based on employee, student, and financial data, provided by the college, for fiscal year 2017-18. ††††††

Lovina's Amish Kitchen: Family gathers for hog butchering, processing
This week I'll share the recipe for campfire stew from my cookbook, "The Essential Amish Cookbook." I made it earlier this week when ... ††††††

Drugs, guns and cash seized in Friday bust
Two people were taken to jail and charged with felonies after the raid on Dudley Street.††††††

Aging population seeks life-saving levy renewal
More than 30% of Crawford County's population will be older than 60 by the next year. The council on aging is asking for millages to pay for care. ††††††

Lights & Sirens: Large bone discovery confuses police
Also, a A 36-year-old man was arrested on warrants, taken to Upper Sandusky police and given a court date for a property maintenance summons.††††††

Lamb yoga class (yes, that's a thing) benefits Humane Society
Baaa yoga! Lambs romp during exercise session at the Human Society Serving Crawford County.††††††

Yoga with lambs
About 25 people participated in a Yoga with Lambs class led by Kay Smith on Saturday at the Humane Society Serving Crawford County††††††

Council reviews rules on wearing hats, citizens' input at meetings
An ad hoc committee began reviewing those policies after Thursday's council committee meetings.††††††

Local woman Laura Sykes named Miss Wheelchair Ohio
She will get to complete in the national pageant in Arkansas this summer. ††††††

Crawford County property transfers
These real estate transactions were recorded in Crawford County between Jan. 13 and 24. ††††††

Second Amendment resolution shot down by Bucyrus council
Had the resolution supporting preservation of the Second Amendment passed, it would have been a symbolic gesture.††††††

It Happened In Crawford County: Local woman helps other soar
Whether it's a bird or a plane, Peg and Sam Ballou offer educational experiences to the community. The Ballous own Elkhorn Farms & Hatchery and also... ††††††

Missing Bucyrus girl found safe Thursday
Desiree Fisher had been missing since Feb. 7. ††††††

Lights & Sirens: Vehicle reported stolen, was actually repossessed
Also, two meth busts made and a pair of steers got loose from Producers Livestock and were roaming town Friday morning.††††††

Guest column: Many 4-H opportunities for youth in Crawford County
Explore the world of 4-H through hands-on projects like robotics, babysitting, cooking, raising and caring for animals, outdoor adventures, leadership ††††††

Break out your gear: Ski Carnival is back at Snow Trails this weekend
The events at Ski Carnival range from the athletic to the humorous, and are mostly unique to Snow Trails.††††††

Lights & Sirens: 23-year-old woman with drugs arrested
Also, police were told that someone was driving their ATV on the street late at night.††††††

No changes expected for local Boy Scouts, council says
Boy Scouts of America on Tuesday filed for bankruptcy. The move was attributed in part to the need to fairly compensate victims of sexual abuse. ††††††

Cast your ballots
Early voting has started in Crawford County. Residents are able to cast their ballots ahead of the upcoming March 17 primary. ††††††

Lights & Sirens: Five people involved in early morning fight
Also, a woman was taken to jail on a charge of domestic violence.††††††

Over the Garden Fence: Club creates centerpieces for bluebird conference
For the fifth year, the Earth, Wind and Flowers Garden Club is a sponsor of the Ohio Bluebird Society's annual conference, planned Feb. 29 in Ashland. ††††††

Honored soldier blames burn-pit exposure for stage 4 cancer
Heath Robinson, 39, of Pickerington, said exposure during deployment to the Middle East has left him, his family, facing a very bleak future. ††††††

Crawford County ex-deputy wins ADA discrimination ruling
Jason Tupps, a former sheriff's deputy¬† filed a complaint charging his former employer with discriminating against him because of a disability.††††††

Lincoln gives a Presidents Day talk in Galion
What better way to learn about American presidents than to hear a lecture given by Abraham Lincoln? ††††††

Police searching for missing 17-year-old Bucyrus girl
The 17-year-old girl was last seen Feb. 7, and was reported missing Feb. 10. She was believed to be with her boyfriend when she left. ††††††

Lights & Sirens: Teen girl arrested on domestic violence charge
Also, a man sleeping in his car was arrested on a charge of marijuana possession.††††††

Local, national Boy Scouts sued over ex-leader's alleged sexual abuse
The suit has been filed on behalf of a boy who says Thomas Close, who was recently sentenced to 30 years in federal prison, sexually exploited him.††††††

Here's how your local representatives voted Feb. 7-13
The House has passed the Smithsonian Women's History Museum Act, establishing a council that will recommend a site to build a women's history museum in††††††

Briefs: Absentee voting begins Wednesday
Local news about absentee voting, Crestline Saint Joseph fish fry Fridays and more. ††††††

Lights & Sirens: Group arrested on various drug charges
Also: A drunk man was arrested while walking the streets of Bucyrus early Saturday afternoon.††††††

Crestline honors police officer, dispatcher of the year
The Crestline Police Department has named its officer and dispatcher of the year for 2019-20. ††††††

Local couple follow their hearts to Haiti
Local couple lived in Haiti for years, where they founded an orphanage. They will return in May for a medical mission trip; volunteers still needed. ††††††

News Journal staff nominated for 17 Ohio AP awards
Final placings will be announced by the Associated Press during a May 9 banquet.††††††

It Happened In Crawford County: The Blackfords owned Struble's Pharmacy
The Blackfords hope their lives reflect the blessings they have received from God and they are so thankful to everyone who has helped them along the way. ††††††

Lights & Sirens: Truck backs into Bucyrus Police Cruiser
Also, police found a young boy who was out searching for his dog without a jacket.††††††

Susan's Doggy Spa moves around the corner
"With the new space, I'm looking to get newer groomers and mentor them through my experience of 19 years," owner Susan Sefcek said. ††††††

Crawford County property transfers
These real estate transactions were recorded in Crawford County between Jan. 2 and 10. ††††††

Who needs Vegas? Vintage Vows offers couples choice between tiny chapel, vintage camper
"They're in love, they want to get married and they don't want all the fuss," said Suzie Massa, owner of Vintage Vows Wedding Chapel. ††††††