Clark to spend rest of life in prison for double murder

By RYAN DUNN STAFF WRITER UPPER SANDUSKY — Richard Clark Jr. will serve life in prison for a shooting spree last year that killed two people and terrorized several others inside a Carey clubhouse. The 65-year-old rural Tiffin man, weeping at times, was sentenced Wednesday in...

Conservancy district still shows interest in river project

By DENISE GRANT STAFF WRITER The Hancock County commissioners have more incentive to keep pushing toward a final flood-control plan for the Blanchard River: the possibility of conservancy district help. The Maumee Watershed Conservancy Court, which oversees the Maumee Watershed...

Man admits voyeurism at Findlay tanning salon

By RYAN DUNN STAFF WRITER A Sandusky County man was ordered Wednesday to serve 30 days in a Findlay work-release program for illegally photographing women at a Findlay tanning salon. Casey T. Miller, 27, of Gibsonburg, pleaded no contest Wednesday in Findlay Municipal Court to...

‘Coolest’ chief a Facebook sensation

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER Ohio Police Chief David Oliver may not oversee the biggest city, but on Facebook, his department is second only to New York City. Oliver, police chief in Brimfield, is known for his comments and open letters on his department’s Facebook page. The...

Reineke wins GOP nod for House seat

In a battle of write-in candidates, Bill Reineke Jr. won the Republican nomination Tuesday to represent the 88th District in the Ohio House. The district includes Sandusky County and most of Seneca County. Reineke will face Democrat William Young, of Green Springs, in November....

Additional votes counted, but outcome of races unchanged

Vote totals for State Central Committee races were adjusted by the Hancock County Board of Elections office late Tuesday, after one of the counties in the 1st Senate District submitted more votes. The additional 290 votes did not change the outcome of the races. The updated vote...

1 of 2 Tri-Rivers levies OK’d

MARION — Voters in the Tri-Rivers Career Center District, which covers portions of seven counties including Wyandot and Hardin, narrowly approved the renewal of a 1-mill continuing levy, but defeated a 2.1-mill replacement continuing levy Tuesday. The 1-mill levy was...

Village’s interim EMS chief resigns

By ERIC SCHAADT Staff Writer NORTH BALTIMORE — The interim chief of the North Baltimore Emergency Medical Service stepped down from the post this week, as village officials continue to consider revamping the ambulance service. Eric Larson, hired last month as interim,...
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