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No one was injured Tuesday afternoon when a 2006 Dodge Durango jumped the curb in the parking area of Snyder Funeral Home on N. Main St., Mt. Gilead, and slammed into an electric pole.Susan Sherman, Cardington, was uninjured but her vehicle sustained heavy damage and was leaking fluids. Mt. Gilead firefighters worked to absorb and clean up the liquids and broken glass. Mt. Gilead Police and Morrow County EMS also responded to the scene.Sgt. Tom Cronenwett stated the driver reported an equipment malfunction, with the vehicle lurching forward as she put it into ‘park.’The accident is under investigation.


Scots fall to Loudonville Friday

By ROB HAMILTONMCSSports@civitasmedia.comA fast start by Loudonville doomed Highland in a 45-14 road loss that opened their season Friday night.The Redbirds opened the game with a 20-yard passing score from Kolton Edmonson to Joey Artrip and then got a safety to go ahead 9-0. By the end of the first quarter, Loudonville had scored again on a scramble by Edmonson to take a 16-point lead. The Redbird quarterback would add two more touchdown passes in a 22-point ...

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C-L teachers contract passes with 3-2 vote

During a special meeting of the Cardington-Lincoln Board of Education on August 26, a three year contract was approved for non-certified and certified employees of the school district.The contract for certified employees is effective September 1. 2014 through August 31, 2017 and the contract for the non-certified employees is retroactive to July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2017.Voting against the contract were board members Vicki Kerman and Marilyn Davis.The vote...

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Rough truck at Morrow County Fair

Rob Hamilton | Morrow County SentinelNick Anderson was one of over 20 drivers to test their skill at the Morrow County Fair’s rough truck competition.

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ODNR offers special deer hunts on four state nature preserves

In an effort to control deer populations affecting native plant communities, the Ohio Department of Natural Resources will coordinate special deer hunts at four state nature preserves across the state.High quality habitats at several state nature preserves have been negatively impacted by over-browsing deer. One example is Ohio’s state wildflower, the large-flowered trillium, which was once commonly seen but now has nearly disappeared from many sites because of foraging deer....

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Lady Knights remain unbeaten

By ROB HAMILTONMCSSports@civitasmedia.comNorthmor’s volleyball team opened their week by topping Cardington 25-10, 25-19, 25-22 last Monday.Allie Tupps finished with 29 assists and 13 digs, while Kelsey Reeder added 10 kills and 11 digs. Lauren Bood, Mikayla Briggs and Alisha Pletcher all had seven kills, with Bood adding 12 digs and Briggs adding a pair of blocks. Also, Lindsey Wiseman finished with 12 digs and Megan Milavec added 11 more.The...

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Pirates win Williams’ first game

By ROB HAMILTONMCSSports@civitasmedia.comThe first game coached by Jerry Williams at Cardington turned out to be a success, as his Pirates jumped over Riverdale in the first quarter and didn’t let up on their way to a 54-13 victory on their home field.The Pirates got two passing touchdowns and one on the ground by Luke McCarrell in the first quarter to jump out to a 20-0 lead. Through the air, he hit Devin Fridley for a 27-yard score and Nate Craig for o...

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Local teams run at Bucyrus Saturday

By ROB HAMILTONMCSSports@civitasmedia.comNorthmor’s girls finished fourth at the Bucyrus Elks Invitational on Saturday in a 20-team race. Isabelle Ditullio led the way for the Knights, placing sixth in 21:19.69. Kristen Duryea was 13th in 21:38.68 and Brooke Bennett ran 16th in 21:59.3. Selena Cortez ran 33rd in 22:43.81 and Lydia Farley took 52nd in 23:37.84. Rounding out the top seven were Bri Bettis (69th, 24:14.63) and Andrea Weis (80th, 24:32.5).

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Hunting season has arrived

By Tyler Eldred, State Wildlife OfficerThe 2014 hunting season is finally upon us! If you are like me, it’s your favorite time of the year.Let me introduce myself, I’m Tyler Eldred, the new State Wildlife Officer assigned to Morrow County. I want to take an opportunity to talk about a few of the important changes to some of the hunting regulations that might affect you this coming season.

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Central Ohio Technical College to hold health sciences information meetings

NEWARK, Ohio, August 26, 2014 — This fall Central Ohio Technical College (COTC) will hold information meetings for its nursing, diagnostic medical sonography, radiologic science technology and surgical technology programs. Information sessions provide an overview on the process and requirements to apply to the program of interest. Attendance at an in information meeting is required for those interested in enrolling and a great resource for anyone considering a degree or certificate in C...

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Sports Calendar

Wednesday, Sept. 3• Northmor at Cardington, golf, 4 p.m.• Highland at Elgin, golf, 4 p.m.Thursday, Sept. 4• Cardington at Highland, golf, 4 p.m.• Mount Gilead at Northmor, golf, 4 p.m.• Fredericktown at Cardington, volleyball, 4:30 p.m.• Mount Gilead at Highland, volleyball, 4:30 p.m.• Elgin at Northmor, volleyball, 5:30 p.m....

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Mistakes plague MG

By ROB HAMILTONMCSSports@civitasmedia.comMistakes plagued the Mount Gilead Indians during their season-opening home football game against Colonel Crawford Friday.Despite holding a 381-310 advantage in total yards, the Indians dropped a 51-24 decision to the Eagles thanks to untimely turnovers and special teams breakdowns, as well as not capitalizing on a couple good scoring opportunities.“They capitalized on our mistakes and we didn’t ta...

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Upcoming Public Meetings for Sept. 3 - Sept. 11

Wednesday, September 39 a.m. - Morrow County Commissioners, commissioner’s hearing room, 80 N. Walnut St., Mount Gilead7 p.m. - Bennington Twp. at Marengo Village Hall, 4442 SR 229, Marengo7 p.m. - Franklin Twp. at the township hall at 5380 SR 95Thursday, September 46 p.m. - Gilead Twp. at the Gilead Township Hall, 166 South St., Mount GileadMonda...

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ECO Center Grand Opening is Saturday

A place to learn, explore, and make memories is having their Grand Opening on Saturday, September 6th!ECO Center, located at 1757 Co Rd 59, Caledonia, will host a Fall Festival on Saturday from 11 am-5 pm and features activities such as zip lines, indoor straw fort, giant corn box, barrel train ride, petting zoo and playground.The Center is also open on Sunday from 12-5 pm and will be open each weekend through November 2. Admission is $10 for children 3-17, $7 for adults...

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C-L Board of Ed hears about student growth; finances

Supt. Brian Petrie gave a report on the 2013-2014 assessment data when the Cardington-Lincoln Board of Education met in regular session on August 22, 2014.Enhancing his presentation with a projection of slides, Petrie reviewed the scores on the tests last year which showed a positive improvement over the previous years. He said third grade reading scores have been consistently high.“One of the things we are judged on is the year to year growth of a particular group...

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Pit Bull ordinance tops MG Village Council August meeting

The Breed Specific language, or “Pit Bull” ordinance, was again a top issue of discussion at the August 18, 2014 Mount Gilead Village Council meeting. There is an effort being made by residents to repeal the ordinance against having pit bull-type dogs (American Staffordshire Terriers and Bull Terriers) inside the village limits.Resident Steve Hart spoke against the repeal of the ordinance. He showed pictures of an injury that his daughter suffered from a bite from her r...

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Annual Special Deputies golf outing is Sept. 13

The 3rd Annual Morrow County Special Deputies Golf Outing will be held on on September 13, 2014 from noon until 6:00 pm.This year’s outing will be held at 4810 St Rt 309, Galion, at the Galion County Club, just south of the Morrow County line. The cost is $200.00 for a Single hole sponsor or $100.00 to co-sponsor a hole for the event. The cost to golf is $60.00 per person single registration; or $240.00 per team, which includes 18 holes of golf, diner, prizes and trophies.

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Morrow County Fair OSTPA Tractor Pull Results

Here are the results of the OSTPA Tractor Pull held on Saturday at the Morrow County fair:Super Stock Tractors1. Mark Metzger, Alcoholic Harvester 316.5152. Duane Keener, Bambi 310.3503. JR Keener, XXX 289.5854. Tracey Varns, Head Games 285.2255. Keigm Parobek, Another Dear 273.5956. Jeff Hothem, Fully Loaded 271.1507. Eilene Kale, Ride the Lightning 263.1858. Andy Battrell, Dir...

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