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Past articles by Olivia:

City donating more property to land bank

The lot on 317 South East Street in Bucyrus is only about 52 feet and is part of a parcel of two small lots that were authorized to be given → Read More

After 12 years on the job, director of Crawford Park District retiring

"I can't say enough of course about this staff ... they have that bigger view of what the park district does," Bill Fisher said of his co-workers. → Read More

Lights and Sirens: Fight breaks out over bicycle

A man had been in an altercation about the return of a bicycle. The bicycle was returned and no one made a complaint about an assault. → Read More

Crawford County has first female health commissioner

"In this day and age I think it's all about being right for the opportunity." → Read More

Council approves amendment change for water expansion

"We're just clarifying that if you're just getting water, if you are contiguous, you don't have to annex," said Council president, Sis Love. → Read More

Harding Way West reopens three weeks after water main break

The project cost the city a total of $170,000 and has been attributed to the age of the water line, which was about 85 years old. → Read More

Local couple has provided more than 100 free flights through Young Eagles program

Sam and Peg Ballou say they hope their efforts will inspire future aviators. → Read More

Wrigley Boy's brings classic Chicago foods to Bucyrus

"For me, it was to bring a taste of home to this area," the owner said. → Read More

Former Geyer's location in Galion yet to be leased

There's a couple prospective leases in the works but nothing confirmed yet," a spokesperson for the company said on the space. → Read More

Oakwood Cemetery makes online group following item removal

Cemetery secretary says the stricter enforcement ultimately comes down to a safety issue for everyone who sets foot on the grounds. → Read More

Water treatment plant removal on schedule

The demolition of the old water treatment plant will start in September, said safety service director for the city of Bucyrus, Jeff Wagner. → Read More

Several Crawford County historical sites to participate in Ohio Open Doors

We're hopeful that this is a way for people to get re-connected with their community," she said. → Read More

Avita Galion Hospital can now treat heart attacks

Announced last week, the location now has a level II cardiac catheterization lab that is accredited → Read More

Galion business owners updated on water main repair project

Mayor of Galion, Tom O'Leary told local business owners on Monday morning that re-striping will done "hopefully" on Sept. 16 and 17. → Read More

City council tables discussion about changing water rates outside of city

"I say leave it where it is at for the time being," council member Andrew Schoch said. → Read More

Galion plans meeting on water main repair project

An 85-year-old water line just west of the square on Harding Way West burst on Aug. 14. → Read More

Bucyrus Quality Inn celebrates its re-opening

A hotel co-owner said their ribbon-cutting and open house on Wednesday with the Bucyrus Area Chamber of Commerce went really well. → Read More

Crestline sees more administrative changes

"I'm looking forward to the opportunity to guide Crestline through problems," the new village administrator said. → Read More

U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan discusses issues facing Crawford County communities

"We're trying to figure out how to get some investment capital," O'Leary said. → Read More

City council approves changes to solid waste rates

The rate will increase by 35 cents for all singles and those who are age 62 or older, bringing the monthly total to $10. → Read More