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Also: Thefts were reported to police Wednesday afternoon. [Read More]
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Buckeye Central comes out of a huddle. [Read More]
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Festival-goers can expect new food offerings, more vendors, a parade, rides, contests, purse bingo and more. [Read More]
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Bucyrus Police Department reports for Tuesday and early Wednesday. [Read More]
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When asked about future plans, Dave mentioned rebuilding the depot master's quarters and transforming the main interior into a museum ... [Read More]
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Manhunt continues for Shawn Christy; community reaches out to support law enforcement and first responders... [Read More]
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Trailing for the first time this season and away from home, the Buckeyes rally to win a showdown of nationally-ranked teams... [Read More]
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Colonel Crawford's cheerleaders cheer on the team. [Read More]
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Jake Bruner is the Colonel Crawford High School principal -- but as a teenager, teaching was the last thing he thought he'd do. [Read More]
Crestline police dispatcher placed on leave on Sept. 11; Crestline police chief placed on leave on Aug. 30, according to public records. [Read More]
Also: A man told police someone tried to run him over with their car. [Read More]
Most Crawford County schools earned an overall grade of a C or D on the state's latest reports cards for schools. [Read More]
"The goal is to get it all torn down, demolished and ultimately sell it to someone who wants to develop the property," the city's law director... [Read More]
Also: Several thefts were reported throughout the city. [Read More]
Council clerk Todd Hill said Bucyrus City Council needs to pass new legislation regarding a contract to improve the swimming pool for next year. [Read More]
There wasn't any movement in this week's power rankings. [Read More]
"I had very good grades in high school," he remarked, "so they put me in what they called 'artillery survey,' which is how to aim... [Read More]
After being put on administrative leave, Police Chief Joe Butler asked to have the weapons removed from his possession. [Read More]
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