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Man’s legacy lives on with weather vanes throughout Ohio, US

Spot a weather vane

The legacy of a man who died in October 2013 lives on throughout county and the state of Ohio, with Gottfried weather vanes dotting the landscapes of the Buckeye State. The late C. Richard “Dick” Gottfried spent his retirement finding scraps in junk yards and items in garage sales to make into intricate and unique weather vanes.

Area seniors turn out for annual expo

Flu clinic

A rainy morning did not stop area senior citizens from attending the annual Wyandot County Council on Aging senior expo Thursday at Trinity Evangelical United Methodist Church. Area businesses and organizations that provide services for senior citizens set up booths for the event, while several special presentations took place, including a look at changes to advanced directives in the state of Ohio.

Fire building dedicated in Melmore

New safety building

MELMORE — The Eden Township Board of Trustees joined with Sycamore Fire and Rescue on Saturday to dedicate a new $260,000 fire station at the site of the former Melmore Elementary School. Eden Township board chairman Mike Homan said Verne Shellhouse, a 33-year trustee, and former township officials had the foresight to begin saving for a fire station more than 10 years ago.

Clarett shares story of transformation for horse barn project

Visiting speaker featured

The story of “the little boy who never grew up” was told in Upper Sandusky on Saturday afternoon. Fortunately, while there were many stumbles along the way — including a stint in prison — the boy transformed into a man that his mother and the rest of society could be proud of for reasons other than his accomplishments on the football field.

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