Graders break losing skid by shutting out Settlers

The Graders halted their seven- game slide on Thursday night as they defeated the Licking County Settlers by a final of 4-0.


Long ball gets Locos past Graders

The long- ball proved to be the difference Wednesday night as the Lima Locos hit three of them on their way to a 6-5 victory over the Galion Graders.


BAY soccer registration begins June 29

Bucyrus Area Youth Soccer will open registration for the Fall 2015 season on June 29.


Graders can’t overcome slow start, rally falls short

A slow start put the Graders in a hole that they couldn’t quite get out of Tuesday. The result was a 5-4 defeat at the hands of the Lima Locos.


Joes use long ball to mow down Graders

Hamilton used the long ball to wake up its offense and then rolled to a 12-5 win over the Galion Graders in Heise Park Friday night.


kmart building

Friday in Ag, Business, News

Former K-Mart site to become new home for Family Farm & Home

Family Farm & Home, a specialty retailer of agricultural and home products, is pleased to announce it will open a new store in Bucyrus.

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Thursday in Ag

Ison, Rogers selected for Farm Loan Officer Training Program

State Executive Director for the Ohio Farm Service Agency, Steve Maurer, announced that Brooke Ison and Laura Rogers were selected as Farm Loan Officer Trainees.

crestline high school

Thursday in Education, News

Crestline hires high school principal and district treasurer

The Crestline Board of Education made two key hires at its most recent school board meeting.

galion high school

Wednesday in Education, News

Galion superintendent accepts new post at North Carolina district

Every new school year brings with it the addition of new faces. One of those new faces for the next school year in Galion will be that of the district superintendent.

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Wednesday in Business, News

Wise gets approval from zoning board for new parking lot

A new parking lot at the Wise Funeral Service was approved by the Bucyrus Zoning Board of Appeals Tuesday afternoon.

Cloverbud Fun Day 06-30-15

Wednesday in Ag, News

Cloverbuds ready to bloom and continue 4-H tradition

4-H is a longstanding and beloved tradition in Crawford and surrounding counties, and on Tuesday, seeds of a special variety were planted for this cherished piece of our culture in the form of Cloverbud Fun Day.


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Monday in Opinion

Local attorney questions SCOTUS healthcare decision

I saw the decision by the Supreme Court of the United States in King v. Burwell and I was curious to see what logic led to their result.