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Bowling Is Right Up Their Alley For Christie Lane, Deputies

Some students at Christie Lane School got the chance to challenge sheriff's deputies on the alleys recently.

Huron County Sheriff Dane Howard and several of his deputies volunteered their off-time to take the students bowling at Willard's Dynasty Lanes. The deputies paid for the games from their own pockets.

"We've been doing this for six years now," Howard said. "We have had pizza with the kids, taken them fishing and had a bonfire...Read More

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PCTC Dinner Honors Partner Schools

SHELBY- Pioneer Career and Technology opened their doors and welcomed their 14 partner schools to come and celebrate the 46th Annual All Board Member/Administrator Dinner on Wednesday night.

Pioneer Superintendent Greg Nickoli recognized both past and present Pioneer staff members, the 14 partner schools, and their representatives who were in attendance at the event. Representing Shelby City Schools included Mike Grady and student Dakoda Ginter...Read More

Willard's Park And Recreation Department Weathers Tough 2014

Weather played a major factor for the Willard Park and Recreation Department in 2014, according to director Bryson Hamons.

Extreme temperatures at the beginning of the year caused some broken pipes at the Depot Building. Damage to the historical building was $6,000 for walls, ceilings, cabinets and carpet, Hamons noted.

"With the Depot damage restored and the summer season moving full steam ahead, Mother Nature once again showed her might power on June 18 as a micro-burst of high wind made its way through Willard causing severe damage to the park," Hamons said. "In a matter of minutes, the park grounds resembled the aftermath of a small tornado as the maintenance building was destroyed."...Read More

Last Week Of April Set For NL Spring Clean Up

Spring clean up for New London residents has been scheduled for the last full week of April, administrator Shawn Pickworth reported to council during Monday night's meeting.

"We know residents have got the 'spring cleaning' itch," said Pickworth. He suggested dumpsters be provided at the village garage for residents who wish to start hauling items for disposal prior to the actual start of the clean up at no charge. He noted the village crew will make sure the dumpsters are emptied on a daily basis so residents can make as many trips as needed. "This is something we can try, providing there is no illegal dumping of items the village cannot take to the landfill."...Read More

Wellington Fire District Annual Awards Presented

The Wellington Eagles Hall was filled when the Wellington Community Fire District held their annual awards night. The District was formed in 1881, is composed of five townships, Brighton, Huntington, Penfield, Pittsfield and Wellington and the Village of Wellington. Each has a representative on the board of trustees.

The Department has a Hazmat team, is known for its Dive Team and heads the Lorain County Dive Team. They also have a Swiftwater Response Team. They provide support such as dive tenders, sonar operators, two boats, two motors, swiftwater gear, ice rescue suits, ropes and rigging equipment as well as all the divers have divers gear and air cylinders. A twenty-four foot trailer houses a sonar unit and metal detector...Read More

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