A Sandusky plant faces a $58,500 fine from OSHA for not properly locking out machinery to prevent unexpected starts.
11:46 AM Aug 30, 2013
A list of football games from the SBC, NOL and others.
11:45 AM Aug 30, 2013
Sales tax will increase 0.25 percent Sunday, then 0.5 percent more Oct. 1
11:27 AM Aug 30, 2013
The lack of minority and women workers at Sandusky police and fire departments hardly surprises a Huron man specializing in diversity.
10:58 AM Aug 30, 2013

Ohio Yesteryear's blog they wrote about Lysander C. Ball, Jr. 

10:29 AM Aug 30, 2013
A Cleveland man was arrested Wednesday in Huron while allegedly driving under the influence of drugs in a stolen car, with two underage girls accompanying him.
10:21 AM Aug 30, 2013
In court filings hitting back at critics, Whirlpool Corp. has asked a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit filed by families of children in the Clyde cancer cluster.
9:17 AM Aug 30, 2013
System could hit 139 percent of capacity by 2019; earliest a new prison could be ready is 2017
9:00 AM Aug 30, 2013
What kind of impact will this have on the Maple City?
8:47 AM Aug 30, 2013

 

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August 28, 2013

5:48 p.m. — 900 block E. Perkins Ave., barefoot man danced, shadow-boxed in church parking lot.

7:00 AM Aug 30, 2013
The federal government will not make it a priority to block marijuana legalization in Colorado or Washington or close down recreational marijuana stores, so long as the stores abide by state regulations.
6:00 AM Aug 30, 2013
United Nations experts are investigating alleged use of chemical weapons in Syria as the U.S. and allies prepare for the possibility of a punitive strike against President Bashar Assad's regime, blamed by the Syrian opposition for the attack. The international aid group Doctors Without Borders says at least 355 people were killed in the Aug. 21 attack.
8:00 PM Aug 29, 2013
Thousands of fast-food workers and their supporters beat drums, blew whistles and chanted slogans Thursday on picket lines in dozens of U.S. cities, marking the largest protest yet in their quest for higher wages.
6:00 PM Aug 29, 2013

New Departure, now KBI, retirees Sam Artino, Jim Harrington and Lynn Sartor joined us on the program to talk about the past, present and future of the factory in Perkins Township.

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2:51 PM Aug 29, 2013