Kelly D. Henry

Kelly D. Henry, 45 of Fostoria, Ohio passed away Saturday, June 19, 2021. He was born July 11, 1975 in Tiffin, Ohio to Paul and Rebecca (Hartman) Henry. Surviving are his parents, Rebecca Henry of Fostoria, Ohio, Paul (Karen) Henry of Wylie, TX, sons: Jaron and Keagon Henry both of Oregon, Ohio, brothers; Keith Henry of Wayne, Ohio and Kris Henry of Helena, Ohio, sister Angel Henry of Wylie, TX, three nieces and three nephews.
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Crawford County,

Judge goes for the gold and gets it…

BUCYRUS—Crawford County Common Pleas Court Judge Sean Leuthold represented Crawford County well when he competed in the Ohio Police and Fire Games on June 18th in Canton. Leuthold, a long-time lifter, competed in three categories that included the 240 lb. Weight class ages 50-54 raw bench press, also in the 240 lb. all ages (open) raw bench press and the 240 lb. weight class ages 50-54 strict curl.
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Willard, OHNorwalk Reflector

Robert Lee Branham

Robert Lee Branham, 83, of Willard, passed away Monday, June 21, 2021, at his home. He was born Sept. 10, 1937, in Prestonsburg, Kentucky, to the late Lewis and Lucinda (Dillon) Branham. Robert had been a Willard resident for over 65 years. Robert accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and...
Bowling Green,

Park yourself in a parklet in downtown BG, starting this weekend

The city's first parklets will be installed by Kabob It, Juniper Brewing Company and Grounds for Thought in downtown Bowling Green on Friday. The parklets are being built by Ellen Fure Smith, artist and owner of Little Bare Furniture, with the assistance of faculty and staff from Bowling Green State University School of Art’s Integrated Studio.
Sandusky, OHSandusky Register

Pre-trial set for former teacher

SANDUSKY — A pre-trial hearing is scheduled for a former Sandusky High School teacher facing a sex charge. Huron resident Jeff Sherman will appear at 1:30 p.m. on July 26 at Erie County Common Pleas Court with Judge Roger Binette presiding. In February, he was indicted by an Erie County...
Bowling Green,

BG man cited after drive-thru confrontation

A Bowling Green man has been cited for menacing after he allegedly made threatening comments in a fast-food drive-thru. On Monday at 7:30 p.m., Bowling Green police responded to the Arby’s on North Main Street for a report of one customer threatening another in the drive-thru. The alleged victim told...

Cedar Point ready to start 150th anniversary events

SANDUSKY, Ohio — The celebration may be a year late, but Cedar Point is rolling out all the stops to commemorate 150 years after COVID-19 restrictions put a stop to the party last year. 150 years calls for a spectacular celebration. "This is the do-over since we didn't get to...
Sandusky, OHNews-Herald

Cedar Point begins 150th celebration with nightly parade, new ride

SANDUSKY - The wait is finally over for Cedar Point's 150th anniversary celebration, set to offer an array of all-new live entertainment, commemorative merchandise, the launch of a new ride and more. While park officials had initially planned on celebrating the 150th season last year, the event was postponed due...

Priority Aviation Renews Support Of Brad Doty Classic

ATTICA, Ohio – Priority Aviation will once again be the sponsor of the dash for the 33rd annual Ohio Logistics Brad Doty Classic Presented by Racing Optics at Attica Raceway Park on July 13. The Priority Aviation Dash finish determines how the first several rows of the A-main are lined...
Norwalk, OHNorwalk Reflector

Signups continue for Mapletree Road Race

NORWALK — The fifth annual Mapletree Road Race will be held July 5 in Norwalk. All proceeds go to the Michael H. Hay Scholarship, which was established through the FCEDO Office at Norwalk Catholic School. Since its inception, 204 St. Paul Arts and Sciences students have received scholarships totaling more than $170,000.

Cedar Point’s 150th anniversary celebration begins Saturday

SANDUSKY – The celebration of a lifetime is about to step off – Cedar Point’s postponed 150th anniversary officially begins this Saturday. The 51-day event is highlighted by the Ticket of a Lifetime promotion, a spectacular nighttime parade and party, a new family river adventure ride and new food offerings.
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Norwalk Reflector

Superintendent candidates meet the community

NORWALK — One candidate for the Norwalk City Schools superintendent's job said he wants to come home. The other said he is home and wants to stay. The two candidates for Norwalk's top job — Jude Meyers and Brad Cooley — met with a group of about 30 to 35 local people Monday night at Norwalk High School. Afterwards, the two each got a second interview in front of the school board.
Norwalk, OHNorwalk Reflector

Daniels takes home gold

NORWALK — One of Norwalk’s finest brought home the gold. Det. Sgt. Dave Daniels recently competed in the Ohio Police and Fire Games, winning four gold medals in the events he competed in. “I am extremely proud of Dave’s accomplishments and his dedication to staying as physically fit as possible,”...