SHELBY- It's probably safe to assume Cathy Dodge bleeds red and gray.
The current president of the Shelby Whippet Booster Club is a 1965 Shelby High School graduate and loves her Whippets.
When the booster club was founded back in the fall of 1983, Dodge was part of the foundation and 36 years later she is still a driving force.
What's the one thing that keeps bringing her back?.....Read More
SHELBY- With Shelby in process of recovering from the recent tornado, Project Coordinator of the city Joe Gies went over details on how some of the damage could be paid for during Monday night’s regular city council meeting.
Gies explained a lot of time had been invested into dealing with businesses and homeowners who were directly affected by the tornado.
“The only house with the track of the storm within the city was on Wareham Road. We had one house that was totally demolished. We did meet with them today and they have an insurance company and they have a builder ready to go. They are in good spirits and we offered anything we could do to help them,” Gies said......Read More
The Blessing Basket Food Pantry is growing, as is the need for assistance for some families. It offers a place to get food for the hungry and prayers to feed their souls.
Every other Saturday of each month, The Willard Church of God, 4551 Willard West Rd., and in partnership with Second Harvest Food Bank, people who do not have enough food can go there from noon to 3 p.m. The next pantry date is Saturday, April 27.....Read More
Fiscal officer Linda Prater submitted a letter of resignation during North Fairfield Council’s April 8 meeting. Prater’s resignation will be effective June 30. Anyone interested in the position should contact Mayor Josh Radcliffe.
A resident was present to question progress on a neighboring property regarding its condition. He indicated the mess is attracting rats and other rodents.
Radcliffe said village administrator/zoning inspector Tom Leto is dealing with the issue. He said two letters have been sent to the owner regarding the condition of the property, and there has been no response as yet.....Read More
The Buckeye Central FFA held their 43rd annual banquet recently. Madison Diesch lead the event in a prayer then dismissed members and guests to enjoy the meal.
After the meal, FFA officers began with opening ceremonies and President Adam Krebs recognized honored guests.
The junior high FFA members that received their Discovery Degree award: Lane Bauer, Sydney Beamer, Lauren Detterman, Gage Herring, Kiley Sobers, Cheyenne Swank and Kenny Utz. Lane Bauer received the Star Discovery Degree award.....Read More