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A local man has been indicted on numerous charges in the death of a woman. The indictment filed  in court was a secret indictment.

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The students in the Homecoming Court at Plymouth High School include (front L-R) Paige Letner, Chelsea Cunningham, Kennedi Stumbo, Natalie Channing, Abbie Durbin, Kelsey McCoy and Kaylee Wallace. Back row: Hunter McClure, Gunner Huston, Caiden Allen, Josh Beebe, Kyler Shepherd, Ethan Gillum …

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The suspect in an alleged homicide that happened Sept. 12 on Wessor Avenue was in the process of being transferred to the Huron County Jail late Friday afternoon. He was in a Toledo hospital being treated for injuries in a motor vehicle crash as a result of a pursuit by sheriff’s deputies in…

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With what has been shown to be a contentious issue, Greenwich Village Council adopted an ordinance on its third and final reading at its recent meeting to accept the donation of a trained electronic storage detection K9. Greenwich Mayor Wes Sallee has to cast the tie-breaking vote for passage.

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For many years, semi drivers have faced issues with the low underpass on East Tiffin Street. Most semis will not clear the top of the structure and will either get stuck or have to turn around, a process that usually involves police and traffic control.

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Ellie Ritz has never seen the traveling display commemorating the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941.  She came to the Plymouth Museum to see the photos of a day she knew all too well. Ritz was a six-year old girl living near Pearl Harbor on the day of the attacks.

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Editor’s note: This is the second in a series of articles focused on Rev. Ricky Branham as his ministry goes nationwide on television.

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Clay Frye, a 1995 graduate of Willard High School, has been a supervisor at Pioneer Career and Technology Center for the past several years. When the new school year starts in August, Frye will still be at Pioneer but will serve as high school principal. He is the first Willard High School g…

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The City of Willard is going to apply for a SAFER (Staffing for Adequate Fire & Emergency Response) Grant in order to pay for additional EMTs and firefighters. According to city officials there is a dire need to find people who will serve in those positions.

A New London woman has been arrested on a secret indictment from the Huron County Grand Jury following an investigation into the death of Michael Marko, who was the  police chief in New London at the time of his death.

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The City of Willard is moving forward in its grant application to do rehabilitation of the runways at the Willard Airport on Ohio 103. Council adopted a resolution authoring the city manager to submit the application to the Ohio Department of Transportation, Office of Aviation. The resolutio…

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The City of Willard is one step closer to safety improvements along US 224 (East Walton Avenue). Council has adopted a resolution authorizing the city manager to enter into an agreement with the Ohio Department of Transportation for the US 224 Corridor Sidewalk Project.  This project is a 10…

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While students will be going back to in-class learning on Tuesday, the pandemic has taken a financial toll on some parts of the school district. Especially hard hit have been the athletic and food services departments, causing the board of education to look at those areas.

Fire and EMS for the City of Willard have received the COVID-19 vaccine. City manager James Pomerich said 16 people were vaccinated.

Editor’s note: This is the Jason Reel, 49, is back on duty as a firefighter/EMT/police officer for the City of Willard. After a life-or-death battle against COVID-19, he has survived and is healing. He calls his renewed chance at life as a “miracle.”

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 This is the second part of a three-part story. Jason Reel was on a ventilator from COVID-19. He has recovered and is back to work for the City of Willard. His story is one of fear, hope and faith.

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Editor’s note: This is the first part of a three-part story. Jason Reel was on a ventilator from COVID-19. He has recovered and is back to work for the City of Willard. His story is one of fear, hope and faith.

A local business was cited by agents from the Ohio Investigative Unit over the weekend for violations of health orders. Agents issued citations after observing the violations.

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Members of Willard City Council adopted a resolution on Monday authorizing the creation of the Willard Cares Small Business Grant Program. A first meeting has been held with the Huron County Development Council  to review the grants submitted. HCDC is administering the grant, according to Wi…

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A Greenwich man was taken into custody following a stand-off with police on Monday. According to Greenwich Police Chief Steve Dorsey, no one was injured in the almost eight hour incident which started in the afternoon.

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An art teacher from Willard High School is helping the Plymouth Improvement Committee bring some colorful patriotism to the downtown area. John Buss was hired to paint a flag in the shape of the state of Ohio on the side of a building facing the Veterans Park.

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Mike and Charlene Bower of Bow Wow Graphics have given back to the community on a number of fronts. With the demands right now on first responders, medical personnel and those who work in essential jobs, the couple decided to use a very unique path to once again support the people of the area.

The blue and white trucks of Armatrout Sanitation have been a part of this community and the area for decades. Early mornings meant William “Blue” Armatrout and his crews were picking up garbage from homes and businesses.

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James Pomerich is wearing a new hat with the City of Willard. He was appointed by city council to serve as interim city manager with the resignation of Jim Ludban, effective April 1.

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A 70 year old resident of Huron County has become the first COVID-19 related death, according to Huron County Public Health. Bill Knapp, who also suffered from underlying health conditions, died on Sunday, March 29 due to complications of novel coronavirus.

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A second case of the coronavirus disease 2019 has been found in Huron County prompting Huron County Public Health to formally declare a local public emergency, according to Huron County Health Commissioner Tim Hollinger.

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Huron County Public Health, along with Huron County public officials partners are reporting the first Huron County “presumptive positive” test result for novel coronavirus disease 2019.

Through several conversations with the Huron County Public Health, the Huron County Community Library has decided to adjust some of the services for the duration of this crisis.

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In his press conference this afternoon, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine said all Ohio schools will receive "an extended spring break" that will last three weeks. Schools will close at the end of the day on Monday, March 16 and remain closed for those three weeks. After that time, there will be a r…

The school districts in Huron County issued a joint statement on March 11 announcing protocols regarding the Novel Coronavirus and their response. The announcement has resulted in the cancellation of numerous activities across the district, including the Willard City Schools.

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The 5K Honor Run/Walk set for Saturday, March 14 has been canceled, according to the Willard High School Community Honor Committee.