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COMMUNITY CALENDAR

MORROW COUNTY SHERIFF

July 26-31Fight, Road 108, FranklinAssist Other Unit, Road 198, S. BloomfieldSuspicious Person, Road 98, FranklinStolen Vehicle, SR 656, S BloomfieldN...

August 2nd, 2021 |  


CARDINGTON FFA

CARDINGTON FFA

Members of the Cardington FFA Chapter traveled to Ohio FFA Camp Muskingum, located on Leesville Lake in Carroll County, where for four days, July 12-1...

August 2nd, 2021 |  


MORROW COUNTY PROPERTY TRANSFERS

JULY TRANSACTIONSSELLER BUYER ADDRESS PRICESPARKS JEFF L AND EMILY S, PAUDEL NARYAN & MUNA, 1974 CO 26 RD, $285,000.MASON JON, HUDDLESTON ANDREW B...

August 1st, 2021 |  


Cardington Seniors resume meeting; learn about levy

Cardington Seniors met at the Senior Center, Mount Gilead, for the first time in 18 months, with no meetings held during the COVID epidemic.President ...

August 1st, 2021 updated: August 1st, 2021. |  


Morrow County vaccination numbers a concern as state’s COVID numbers rise

MOUNT GILEAD — At their July 28 meeting the Morrow County Hospital Board heard a report on COVID-19 along with the report on patient survey numb...

July 30th, 2021 |  


SPORTS


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Scholastic shoot held

Scholastic shoot held

Cardinal Center hosted the Scholastic Clay Target Program Nationals from July 8-17, as school-age trapshooters from around the country came to Morrow ...

July 26th, 2021 |  


HOJGA to have two speakers

Heart of Ohio Junior Golf Association will celebrate its 35th year with its year-end awards event, which will be held at Kings Mill Golf Course, Waldo...

July 26th, 2021 |  


HOJGA holds final tournament

Heart of Ohio Junior Golf Association held its final tournament of the 2021 season on Monday at Valley View.Winning the 16-18 age group was Spencer Ke...

July 21st, 2021 |  


Barracudas conclude summer season

The Barracuda Summer Swim Team persevered through a long, miserable day Saturday to compete in the ASAC League Championships at Loudonville.According ...

July 21st, 2021 |  


Anglin drafted; on all-academic team

Highland graduate Mack Anglin was selected in the Major League Baseball draft last week.On Tuesday, Anglin was picked in the 13th round by the Washing...

July 20th, 2021 |  


LIFE


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Blue Donkey Auction nets money for food banks
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2020 Wedding Planner flipbook
Week 1 football game between Northmor and Mount Gilead cancelled

Week 1 football game between Northmor and Mount Gilead cancelled

MOUNT GILEAD —Although Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine has given the OK for football games to go in Ohio this fall, that does’t mean smooth sailing for fall...

August 20th, 2020 updated: August 20th, 2020. |  


Richland County moves back to Level 2 (Orange); Crawford, Morrow counties remain at Level 1 (Yellow)

Richland County moves back to Level 2 (Orange); Crawford, Morrow counties remain at Level 1 (Yellow)

COLUMBUS — The Ohio Department of Health today released the weekly Ohio Public Health Advisory System update.Mercer County has reached Level 3 (...

August 6th, 2020 |  


Three charged after traffic stop nets drugs, money

Three charged after traffic stop nets drugs, money

MARENGO — Morrow County Sheriff’s Deputies on Wednesday, July 29 stopped a motor vehicle at the entrance of The Cardinal Center located at...

July 29th, 2020 updated: July 30th, 2020. |  


OHSAA releases Return to Play guidelines and sport specific recommendations

OHSAA releases Return to Play guidelines and sport specific recommendations

COLUMBUS — The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has presented the OHSAA with a myriad of challenges. the executive director’s office, with su...

July 22nd, 2020 |  


2020 Bratwurst Festival is on, but without parades and outdoor musical entertainers

2020 Bratwurst Festival is on, but without parades and outdoor musical entertainers

BUCYRUS — The Bratwurst Festival in Bucyrus will go on this year, from Aug. 13 to Aug. 15, but due to rules and regulations necessitated by the COVI...

July 7th, 2020 updated: July 7th, 2020. |  


More than 500 doctors tell Trump shutdown is creating ‘mass casualty incident’ nationwide

More than 500 doctors tell Trump shutdown is creating ‘mass casualty incident’ nationwide

(The Center Square) – More than 500 U.S. physicians sent a letter to President Donald Trump describing the coronavirus shutdowns as a “mas...

May 29th, 2020 |  


OPINION


Reflections: Re-enacting the Gay Nineties era

Reflections: Re-enacting the Gay Nineties era

I was given this photo taken in 1950 of Cardington residents enjoying an evening costumed in Gay Nineties attire. I do not know anymore aboutthe pictu...

July 23rd, 2021 |  


Preacher’s Point: The swelling of the Jordan

Preacher’s Point: The swelling of the Jordan

One of several primary purposes for this column is to wake up Christians to how we live and our heart/spiritual condition. The column attempts to poin...

July 23rd, 2021 |  


Boaters should be alert for unseen hazards

Boaters should be alert for unseen hazards

The Ohio Department of Natural Resources is warning everyone about the hidden dangers that can occur during a day on the lake, stream, or river. Carbo...

July 19th, 2021 |  


Reflections: July news from years past

Reflections: July news from years past

As I have noted in earlier issues, I love reading past newspapers and learn the changing of what was considered news in years past to what we publish ...

July 16th, 2021 |  


Preacher’s Point: Is it right or is it wrong?

Preacher’s Point: Is it right or is it wrong?

When I was a kid, right and wrong were pretty much straightforward.It does not appear that way anymore.In the movie “Time Changer,” there ...

July 16th, 2021 |  


Reflections: What a difference 65 years makes

Reflections: What a difference 65 years makes

I’m reading a Morrow County Independent dated June, 1956 and one of the lead articles focuses on the poor condition of the Cardington Community ...

July 9th, 2021 |  


BUSINESS


Riordan McClain column: It’s time to get back to work

Riordan McClain column: It’s time to get back to work

As we progress through this coronavirus pandemic, we continue to learn both from the experience of others around the world and from our own personal e...

April 16th, 2020 |  


Deadline to apply for disaster relief is April 1

Deadline to apply for disaster relief is April 1

ATLANTA — The U.S. Small Business Administration is reminding small businesses, small agricultural cooperatives, small businesses engaged in aqu...

March 5th, 2020 |  


Local craft beer returning to Galion after 100 Years; 1803 Brewery & Taproom launches beer Jan. 18

Local craft beer returning to Galion after 100 Years; 1803 Brewery & Taproom launches beer Jan. 18

GALION — The city’s brewing legacy begins a new chapter this year as the 1803 Brewery & Taproom arrives on the craft beer scene.After ...

January 8th, 2020 |  


Beach retires as president/CEO of First Federal Bank

Beach retires as president/CEO of First Federal Bank

GALION — First Federal Bank of Ohio has announced the retirement of David Beach and the appointment of Joseph Clime as succeeding president and ...

January 7th, 2020 |  


Northmor students learn car-care basics from Galion auto-technician

Northmor students learn car-care basics from Galion auto-technician

GALION — Northmor JOG students learned in October that your vehicle will take you where you need to go every day, but it needs more than just a ...

November 20th, 2019 |  


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