Local veterans who served during the Vietnam War era were honored for their service. Each veteran received the Vietnam Veteran Lapel Pin and the thanks of a grateful nation.
Willard City Manager Jim Ludban was the guest speaker. He spoke, however, about the veterans and service to this country during numerous wars and conflicts.
Ludban talked about the Revolutionary War, the War of 1812, the Civil War, Korea and wars that involved the world, including the Persian Gulf and the war on terrorism. All, he noted, were fought to preserve and protect freedom...Read More
SHELBY - A multimillion-dollar improvement project for the Waste Water Treatment Plant was approved by council when members met Monday night.
The $5,996,700 project was discussed before the ordinance to advertise for bids and to enter into a contract was passed unanimously by council.
According to the ordinance, the upgrades are an Ohio EPA requirement so Shelby will comply with the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Permit...Read More
Greenwich Township trustees met on Nov. 29 joined by two guests: Joe Demaree and Jacory Brady from Kinder Morgan, who were present to discuss on which roads to haul the pipeline through for the UTOPIA pipeline project.
The representatives brought maps showing where they would be bringing the haul trucks through, and trustees made adjustments with them based on their knowledge of the accessibility of the roads and the railroad traffic. Demaree told trustees they will need a copy of permits to work underneath of the roadways.
“Kinder Morgan is the pipeline company,” Brady said. “They’re deciding on who the contractors will be to handle the final work. UTOPIA is the actual project...Read More
New London is in for a treat this holiday season. Local author and New London graduate Eric Ebinger is publishing a memoir of his final year at New London Elementary. The 100-page book is titled, “How in the World Did I Make It Through the Fourth Grade?...Read More
Rosie Reer from near New Washington, has always lived on a farm and said she loved every minute of it. She has instilled that love to her sons and now her grandson.
Her grandson Doug, is the president of Plymouth High School's FFA, active in church, and according to Rosie, a born leader and “the type of person you would enjoy being around”. She added he raises sheep, cattle, goats, cats, a dog, chickens and peacocks on her farm and raises numerous animals on his mom and dad’s farm near Plymouth...Read More
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Shelby Football vs. Norwalk
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Shelby Cross Country at Galion Invitational
Shelby Tennis vs. Upper Sandusky