SHELBY- Director of Marvin Memorial Library Kathy Webb discussed upcoming summer programs and projects during Monday night’s regular board of trustees of meeting.
Webb explained the third graders of the district paid a visit to the library to receive a tour, craft, snack, and a copy of A Night Divided by Jennifer Nielsen. The third graders visit the library was held in collaboration with The Shelby Foundation.
Webb said a lot of childrens’ activities had recently occurred at the library including LEGO Club and there was a Children’s Fairy Tale Tea Party.
Teens have also been busy and active with holding book club meetings, karaoke nights, and an Alice In Wonderland Tea Party...Read More
SHELBY - Members of Shelby City Council reconvened their May 16 meeting this morning and passed a resolution as an emergency measure that will reduce the kilowatt per hour charge on utility bills.
“The resolution that is in front of you this morning would allow for a reduction in the fuel purchase power charge,” said Deputy Director of Public Service John Ensman. “Normal adjustments are made in March, June, September and December.”...Read More
Willard High School held its annual awards program to recognize its seniors and their hard work over their high school years. The awards included a hefty number of scholarships to help the deserving students pay for their college tuition.
The Academic Hall of Fame inductees and scholarship winners included the following:...Read More
Morgan Luedy contributed to these stories.
Local resident Mike Miller remembers well when Little League came to the Village of New London in 1956.
“My dad and some other guys decided they wanted to have ‘real baseball’ in New London,” he said. “They didn’t want just a bunch of guys getting together to play ball. They wanted to have uniforms, sponsors and rules and the chance to go on to play in tournaments and so forth.
“Little League was franchising at that time,” Miller recalled, “and other nearby towns had it so they got together early in the year and said baseball was going to happen...Read More
Anyone with questions about coyotes might want to contact Jamey Emmert, who is a wildlife communications specialist with the Ohio Division of Wildlife.
Emmert presented a public program about coyotes at the Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Wildlife’s Lake Erie Unit in Sandusky.
She started by saying there is, "a lot of misinformation about coyotes" and then asked audience members why they attended the program. The responses included questions such as where did they come from, why are they here, are they a danger to small pets and grandchildren and how to tell the difference between a coyote and a dog or wolf...Read More
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Shelby Softball vs. Ontario
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Shelby Track at NOL Meet