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The butter sculpture at this year’s Ohio State Fair recognizes the 50th Anniversary of Apollo 11 landing on the moon. One of the sculptures is of Neil Armstrong, a native of Wapakoneta, as he salutes the American flag on the surface of the moon.   There is also a life sculpture of the three astronauts, […]

A Findlay man was arrested following a domestic dispute in that city Monday evening.   According to a release from the Findlay Police Department, officers were called to 212 East Edgar Avenue to investigate.   Upon arrival, a female was outside the residents and showed multiple signs of physical abuse.   She said the male […]

A Dunkirk woman was arrested in Kenton on a bench warrant.   According to the report from the Kenton Police Department, officers found 24 year old Kendra Chamberlain walking on Walnut Street near South Detroit Street.   The officer stopped and informed her about the warrant. She allegedly then immediately tried to hand her purse […]

A Kenton man was arrested Monday on a probation order.   According to the Kenton Police Department report, officers found 34 year old Cecil Potter in the garage at his residence on King Street, and he was taken into custody without incident.   Potter was transported to the Mult-County Jail in Marion.

Each year, one in four North American households are scammed.    Because money loss and identity theft can happen to anyone, the BBB encourages residents to protect and inform others by reporting any scam-related experiences to BBB’s Scam Tracker.   In June, Central Ohio consumers reported $6,218 lost to scams, and the BBB received nine […]

The Bellefontaine Police Department K-9 Unit will hold its annual chicken barbeque on Saturday August 17.   The meal will be served rain or shine Saturday August 17 at Southview Park in Bellefontaine.   Presale tickets cost $10 per person.   All proceeds benefit the Bellefontaine K-9 Unit.

The Marion Police Department will host an MPACT School Supply event Saturday July 27 from 1-4pm.   It will he held at the Prospect Street United Methodist Church in Marion.   The MPACT Program has joined forces with local businesses, residents and the faith community to provide school supplies for children who would otherwise go […]

Marion, Ohio – July 22, 2019 – The Palace Academy of the Arts, located at the historic Marion Palace Theatre, 276 West Center Street in downtown Marion, is a performing arts program of the Marion Palace Theatre. Registration is now open for group classes, private one-on-one classes, and one-day workshops scheduled to take place this […]

A weekend crash in Union County claimed the life of an Ostrander man.   According to a release from the Union County Sheriff’s Office, the crash occurred Saturday on U.S. 42 in Jerome Township.   The crash involved a sport utility vehicle that collided with a semi tractor trailer unit.   The driver of the […]

The American Red Cross blood drive continues today in Kenton.   Donations can be made at the First Baptist Church on County Road 175 until 6 this evening.   There is a critical shortage, and all blood types are needed.   walk-ins are welcome.

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