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Clyde man critically injured in single-vehicle crash on County Road 280, driving into a ditch and overturning his truck. [Read More]
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A musician described by Stephen King as 'the greatest undiscovered rock 'n' roll talent of the last 20 years' is finally playing in Port Clinton. [Read More]
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Talk About Oak Harbor: The Auxiliary at Riverview is preparing for its annual Fall Luncheon at the Catawba Island Club, Port Clinton. [Read More]
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Hayes Croquet Club invites public to play at Spiegel Grove. [Read More]
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The Sandusky County Economic Development Corp. is hosting its fourth annual THINK manufacturing showcase at Terra State Community College. [Read More]
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Deputy to be disciplined for role in tampering with laptop... [Read More]
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Damschroder colulmn: State Auditor Yost needs a dictionary, not a calculator. [Read More]
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Fremont man charged with burglary and domestic violence after incident at woman's Cardinal Drive home. [Read More]
The Sandusky County Park District is making progress on $2 million in improvements at White Star Park in Gibsonburg. [Read More]
On Saturday, the community came together to celebrate the life of Jaylan Brock at Birchard Park. [Read More]
Solid defense not enough as St. Joseph's offense is stagnant in setback to Sandusky St. Marcy. [Read More]
St. Joseph's Chase Harrison advances the ball. St. Joseph Central Catholic football lost to Sandusky St. Mary 14-0 on Sept 15, 2018. [Read More]
Ross' Ethan Chumley carries the football against Findlay. [Read More]
Margaretta earns win in Danbury's first game in SBC River Division. [Read More]
Kinder Morgan saves Sandusky County construction hassle by purchasing an existing pipeline. [Read More]
Terra State Community College is celebrating its 50th anniversary by volunteering to help at Camp Fire on Community Service Day. [Read More]
Fremont's American Presidents Film & Literary Festival first of its kind in country... [Read More]
Reineke column: E-school regulations aim to improve education for young Ohioans. [Read More]
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