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This Week in Galion’s History

Galion has a colorful and lengthy past. The events noted in this column are taken from the Galion Inquirer archives from years past. The focus will be items of personal or community interest from 10, 25, 50 and 75 years ago.The week of September 20, 2004Crestline reviewed options for a new hospital after Mansfield Med Central closed operations at the Crestline Community Hospital building.Galion High School Varsity Golfer Joey Pawsey was pictur...

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Apron Free Cooking ~ Potato Soup

September is upon us and it seems as if fall has begun. I’ve seen some leaves falling and the cool nights have caused me to add some blankets to the bed.I love this time of year for the warm days and cool evenings, but especially because I can start making soups and stews in my crock pot. Many of the recipes are too heavy for hot summer days, but really hit the spot after a day of cutting wood or working in the yard.The other morning was a drizzling rain, cloudy so...

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Letter to the Editor

The Galion Historical Society would liked to thank the City of Galion and in particular, John Swain, for helping preserve Galion’s Log Cabin at Heise Park. This log cabin was Galion’s first library that set behind Galion’s present library and moved to Heise Park many years ago.We hope to preserve the log cabin, Brownella Cotage and everything in our possession for many generations to come.The Board Members of the Galion Historical Society....

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This Week In Galion’s History

Galion has a colorful and lengthy past. The events noted in this column are taken from the Galion Inquirer archives from years past. The focus will be items of personal or community interest from 10, 25, 50 and 75 years ago.The week of September 13, 2004A Galion kindergartener wound up on the wrong bus for the ride home and ended up on the opposite side of town. Two older girls took him under their wing and took him home, where he called his mother and was reunited....

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September 11th

September 11th will be a busy work day for me this year. Like other days, it will be one filled with commitments and responsibilities. However, on September 11th, as I navigate the demands of work, ministry and family, my mind will wander to events and memories outside the structure of the day, and my heart will swell with emotion, leading me, along with many of you, to pray.

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Savvy Senior: How to get Social Security benefits when you’re disabled

Dear Savvy Senior,What do I need to do to get Social Security disability? I’m 57 years old and have some health issues that are keeping me from working, but I’ve heard it’s very difficult to get benefits.Need AssistanceDear Need,The process of getting Social Security disability benefits can be tricky and time-consuming, but you can help yourself by doing your homework and getting prepared.Last year, around 3 million peop...

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Apron Free Cooking ~ 3 Ingredient Banana Bread

Banana bread is a perennial favorite snack at our house. We eat our share of bananas, but like most people, we don’t always eat the entire bunch quickly enough. When the bananas turn brown, we make banana bread.Imagine my excitement when my daughter showed up the other day with a new recipe to try. “Mom, it’s banana bread with only three ingredients!”That sounded almost too good to be true. But, the proof is in the pudding, as they say. And this b...

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End of Summer Blowout

With no major new releases this week, I thought I’d take a look back at some of the movies from the summer season that I saw but never reviewed. Most of these were bombs, but a few were actually decent hits that just never quite made it to the top of the charts. In chronological order, starting in May…“A Million Ways to Die in the West”

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Apron Free Cooking ~ Bacon Ranch Potato Salad

Cookouts and potato salads go hand in hand. It’s a rare picnic table that doesn’t have at least one potato salad featured among the dishes.However, the traditional salads made with mayonnaise present a challenge during hot summer barbeques. The best suggestion I have for those salads: keep them in the fridge until it’s time to eat. Return them to the fridge as soon as everyone has been served.Since that isn’t always feasible, the next solution is ...

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This Week in Galion’s History

Galion has a colorful and lengthy past. The events noted in this column are taken from the Galion Inquirer archives from years past. The focus will be items of personal or community interest from 10, 25, 50 and 75 years ago.The week of August 30, 2004Tristan Hacker, age 7, was pictured demonstrating tricks on his scooter. He was able to do wheelies, jumps and spins.The Galion High School Varsity Volleyball team beat Fostoria in the season opener, 4-1....

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Movie review: “If I Stay”

“If I Stay” is a pretty depressing teen romance about a young couple who love, lose, and one of them might die. It’s based on one of those “YA” (Young Adult) books that are so hot as film projects right now. There’s a temptation to compare it to “The Fault in Our Stars,” another teen romance where the characters spent a lot of time on the brink of death. That film was sweeter, sadder and made more sense than this one. “If I Stay” wou...

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Apron Free Cooking ~ Cheesy Egg Salad

Egg salad is classic sandwich filler. I think everybody has a memory of egg salad sandwiches packed in school lunches. I remember my grandma packing egg salad sandwiches and dill pickles for my dad and I to eat on long car trips.My neighbors must keep a bowl of egg salad in the fridge for handy lunch making, since I see them eating it several times a week folded into a slice of bread. Even gas stations, deli and luncheon counters still offer egg salad sandwiches as “lunch-on-...

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This Week In Galion’s History

Galion has a colorful and lengthy past. The events noted in this column are taken from the Galion Inquirer archives from years past. The focus will be items of personal or community interest from 10, 25, 50 and 75 years ago.The week of August 23, 2004John and Alice Pickering were pictured cleaning up around the police memorial canon at Amanns Reservoir.Friends of Library book sale volunteer Bill Campbell was photographed hauling books out of storage for the se...

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