It is said that to whom much is given, much is expected. In a small community like Galion, it takes everyone working together to help those less fortunate than us. Prior to the start of a district-wide inservice Oct. 24, Galion City School District...
COLUMBUS – Community organizations, faith-based groups and businesses are being asked to partner together to encourage mentorship in Ohio's schools and help give more students access to role models who can help motivate and inspire...
Tani L. Eyer was recently admitted to the practice of law and sworn in before the Supreme Court of Ohio.She will join the firm of Sears, Pry, Griebling & McBride, P.L.L., 120 N. Lane Street, Bucyrus.
The Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War, Tent 91, Galion, met for its regular meeting, Dec. 2, at the home of Lois Rinehart. The evening began with a potluck dinner.
The following individuals chose to waive their right to a hearing in Crawford County Municipal Court by paying the fines and fees indicated. These items were processed during the week of Dec. 1:
Ohio State Highway Patrol Trooper Craig B. Overly has been selected 2014 Trooper of the Year at the Bucyrus post.
Hearings in the following criminal and/or traffic cases were conducted in Crawford County Municipal Court during the week of Dec. 1:
On Dec. 17, officers from the Bucyrus City Police Department and firefighters from the Bucyrus City Fire Department will trade in their normal work uniforms for shorts, t-shirts and sneakers to play a friendly game of hoops to benefit the children of...
The Galion Elementary Parent-Teacher Organization (PTO) tabulated the final sales numbers and thirty-four Primary and Intermediate School students earned a special day away from campus as the top sellers in the PTO Fall Fundraiser.
COLUMBUS — More than 50,000 former Alltel wireless customers in Ohio (Allen, Ashland, Auglaize, Coshocton, Crawford, Erie, Hancock, Hardin, Holmes, Huron, Knox, Licking, Marion, Morrow, Putnam, Richland, Sandusky, Seneca, Van Wert, Wayne and...
Galion City Council's Dec. 9 meeting was standing room only. There was a long discussion over what to do about an unfulfilled promise.
Galion City Council rules on attendance by elected officials again came under question during Tuesday night's meeting.
In celebration of the return of crossword puzzles in today's print edition, today is Crossword Day at the Galion Inquirer.
Galion Middle School, along with ten students in grades six through eight, has received national recognition for outstanding performance in the Edmentum Study Island Master Challenge.
On Dec. 4, North Central State College honored a number of employees for their service:Faculty Members of the Year Awards were given to Brad Wood (full-time faculty) and Georgiann Mathews (adjunct faculty)
Bucyrus Secondary School Principal Mark Burke will host a free “Perk with Burke” Holiday Community Luncheon for all senior citizens in Crawford County beginning at 11:15 a.m. Dec.19.
COLUMBUS — A new model for Ohio's Child Abduction Response Team (CART) was announced today.
The Mansfield North Central Ohio Tea Party Association will hold its sixth annual Christmas party 7 p.m. Dec. 15, at Johnny Biggs Restaurant, 900 North Lexington Springmill Road, Ontario.Attendees will order off the menu.
The Galion Inquirer is pleased to announce the relaunch of the crossword puzzle for its print editions, beginning with today's paper. A Sudoku puzzle will also run in each edition.
The cold, wet weather which blanketed Crawford County on Saturday couldn't keep a crowd of people from attending Come Home to Galion, which was held throughout the Uptowne.
Send your events to firstname.lastname@example.orgUnited Way Buffet Fundraiser Dec. 9
There are some foods that we eat during specific seasons or on certain occasions. Somehow, they don't taste right eaten at a different time of year. I think Indian Pudding is one of those foods. The pumpkin, cinnamon, ginger flavor is pure fall...
The Galion-Crestline Chamber of Commerce held its annual Holiday Open House and Auction on Dec. 4. It is a fundraiser for the Chamber's economic development and advocacy efforts.
On Saturday, Nov. 15, four area churches came together for one common goal — to raise money for one of their own.
Leesville Grange #2078 met at Jefferson Twp. Fire Dept. on Tuesday, Dec. 2, at 6:30 p.m. with traditional holiday covered dish meal. After Chaplain Dorothy Eckert offered prayer Master/President Donald Graf presided over the meeting.