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Crash claims the life of a Nevada man

WYANDOT COUNTY—The Wyandot County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a fatal crash that claimed the life of a Nevada man on Tuesday morning. According to the Sheriff’s Office, deputies were called to the scene of the crash at 8:30 a.m. by a passerby who spotted an overturned vehicle in a field off of County Highway 39, west of Township Highway 10.
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Oak Harbor, OHToledo Blade

Davis-Besse to undergo inspection after multiple diesel generator failures

OAK HARBOR, Ohio — The Davis-Besse nuclear power plant will undergo a special inspection by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission after multiple diesel generator failures during testing and maintenance and a “complicated,” unplanned automatic shutdown of a nuclear reactor on July 8, the agency announced Tuesday. “The six-person inspection team will...
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Marion, OHwbco.com

From cherries and berries to three hots and a cot…

MARION—Marion County Prosecutor Ray Grogran announced the fate of an Upper Sandusky man who led police on a high-speed chase through three counties on July 14th. Jeffrey Purvis videoed the chase and posted it live on Facebook. He pleaded guilty in the Marion County Common Pleas Court last week to one count of failure to comply, a third-degree felony. Purvis was sentenced to 18 months in prison.
Fremont, OHNews-Herald

Pet of the Week: Meet Maxx

MAxx is a 5-year-old beautiful husky mix who needs plenty of room to run. He needs someone who has time to take him on walks and keep him mentally stimulated, as he gets bored easily. If you think you could give him the best possible life message or call 419-332-2372.
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Fremont, OHNews-Herald

Scary good time with Ghoul Runnings' Sunset on the Res

FREMONT - After its grand opening Memorial Day weekend, Ghoul Runnings has seen success with its sunset kayaking and full moon paddle events. The first Sunset on the Res began in June at the Fremont Reservoir, and will continue through Saturday, Sept. 11. According to Beth Turner, owner of Ghoul Runnings, Sunset on the Res has been a popular event.
Bowling Green, OHsent-trib.com

Local Briefs: 7-26-2021

Call of the Canyon Cafe has been selected as a finalist to win up to $1000 in energy efficiency improvements. Visit www.efficiencysmart.org/tipjar. Click on Efficiency Smart’s original post and comment: “Call of the Canyon Cafe - Bowling Green.” Share the post. The restaurant from the list receiving the most votes...
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Fremont, OHNews-Herald

Dunkin prepares to open new restaurants in Fremont, Clyde

FREMONT - Construction is complete on a Dunkin shop at 2251 W. State St., and the new restaurant should be open to customers before the end of July. Seth Bromberg, director of operations with the The Coles Group in Milan, said the franchise holder already started work on another Dunkin store on McPherson Highway across from Whirlpool Corporation in Clyde.
Sandusky County, OHSandusky Register

Nature camp leads to new experiences

LINDSEY — Sandusky County Park District’s nature camp went to new heights this year. After having a take-home edition of nature camp last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the park district introduced new activities — rope climbing and archery — for the older kids this summer. Michael Deulley, a...
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Steubenville, OHheraldstaronline.com

Cooking camp planned at Sycamore

Steubenville native Janese Boston of Living Proof Chef Service in Columbus grew up in the South End and overcame difficult circumstances as a child to become a master chef in Columbus, explained Bobbyjon Bauman, director of the Sycamore Youth Center at 301 N. Fourth St., Steubenville, which will host a three-day international-themed cooking camp led by Boston, pictured with Bauman when she presented a cooking class at the center in February. The camp runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Aug. 2-4 at the center and can accommodate up to 40 students in grades five through 12. Each participant will receive an apron and a gift bag. “Generous benefactors have covered the cost of this event so it is free on a first-come, first-served basis for area youth,” Bauman said. To sign up, e-mail bobbyjonbauman@gmail.com with the child’s name and grade in school. For information, call or text Bauman at (740) 409-2986.
Seneca County, OHSeneca County Advertiser-Tribune

Copper Mare Ranch to open indoor arena

This week, Copper Mare Ranch announced plans to open an indoor horse arena with full-service boarding, riding clinics and rodeo-style events. The arena is expected to open in late fall. The ranch, which is just outside Fort Seneca on SR 53, will be constructed on land that’s been in the...
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