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Woman arraigned for felony trespass on Councilman

BUCYRUS—Britanny Fraser, 36, of Bucyrus, was arraigned on a felony trespass charge, a fourth-degree felony punishable with up to 18 months in prison. Fraser was arrested on a report of breaking and entering made by Bucyrus City Councilman and Bratwurst Festival Director Kevin Myers. She was arrested on Oakwood...
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Bond increased in reckless homicide case

BUCYRUS—A Bucyrus Man was arraigned in Crawford County Common Pleas Court on Monday on Charges of Reckless homicide with a gun speculation. Anthony Morgan, 52, of Bucyrus, was arraigned by Judge Sean Leuthold. Morgan is charged with the death of his wife, Jennifer Morgan, on May 18th. According to...
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Car show, antique festival and fireworks on tap this weekend in Loudonville

A long Fourth of July weekend is coming up, so plan on thousands of visitors coming to Mohican Country. Three major special events will greet them, the two-day Antique Festival in Loudonville’s Central Park on Friday and Saturday, July 1 and 2; the Loudonville Car Show, one of the most renown in Ohio, Saturday; and the traditional Loudonville Fireworks Show, with fireworks shooting off from Riverside Park at dusk Monday, July 4.
LOUDONVILLE, OH

MarionMade!: Local women help travelers see the world

Each week, this series shares MarionMade! stories of our many wonderful people, places, products and programs in the greater Marion community. To read more positive stories of Marion, or to share some of your own, visit us at marionmade.org or on social media. Jill Chitwood is a lifelong Marion resident. She graduated from River Valley in 1980 and graduated from Marion Technical College in 1982 with an associate degree in business administration. She and her husband, Wayne,...
MARION, OH
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Cornhole hits mark with Ohio roots, nearby participation

Those who have been to a college party, or recently, even at some outdoor bars have probably seen people playing the game of cornhole. While this trendy activity is often associated with outdoor barbecues and tailgating parties today, the origin of the game goes as far back as the 14th century in Germany.
MOUNT VERNON, OH
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Pet of the Week: Meet Ruby

Ruby is about 5 years old and is searching for her forever home. She would do best in a home with no cats. She seems to do well with other dogs. Ruby also would do best in a home with older children. She is a very independent girl. She will be spayed, up to date on age appropriate vaccinations, flea treated, dewormed, heart worm tested, rabies vaccinated and microchipped prior to going home. She will also go home with her 2022 dog license. If you think Ruby would be a good addition to your family, stop by the Humane Society Serving Crawford County at 3590 Ohio 98, Bucyrus, to visit and fill out an adoption application. Call 419-562-9149 with questions. This article originally appeared on Bucyrus Telegraph-Forum: Pet of the Week: Meet Ruby
BUCYRUS, OH

'We do get to be a family' — Area pools share how they are keeping staff for season

As May becomes June and temperatures hit the 80s and 90s, community pools are a popular stop for many who want to cool down and a fun place to go. Despite delayed openings for some locations — like the Loudonville Swimming Pool — the summer season is now in full swing, and some pool managers say they are busier than ever. Busy days lead to a need for more lifeguards and local managers shared how they recruit and keep workers at their pools.
LOUDONVILLE, OH
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Mirror Image Holds Grand Opening At New Location

Mirror Image Beauty Studio has made a move and is now ready to meet your hair styling needs from a brand new location on Lexington Avenue in Mansfield. The studio made the move back in March, and time was here on Wednesday to celebrate that relocation. Civic officials were on hand as was Richland Area Chamber & Economic Development.
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