Monday, November 25th, 2019

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Two men from Sandusky were killed in a one vehicle crash Sunday morning in Perkins Township.

The State Highway Patrol says 81-year-old Albert Dantzler was driving south on Remington Avenue when he drove through the T-intersection at Perkins Avenue, went off the road, and stuck a building.

Dantzler and passenger, 43-year-old Kerel Gray, were pronounced dead at the scene.


Huron County Public Health has released data on state suicide rates; as they make a point to remind residents that help is always available.

Numbers from the state’s Department of Health indicate that five people die by suicide every day in Ohio, and one youth takes their own life every 33 hours.

The Huron County Board of Mental Health and Addiction Services offers suicide prevention information and contact information for service providers on their websites and by phone.


Further developments in the first case of human trafficking in Erie County’s history…

According to the Sandusky Register, 26-year-old Dartavia Payne of Toledo has turned herself in…after being indicted on multiple charges.

Payne and 42-year-old Dominique Wilson of Toledo are accused of setting up a sexually related activity involving a developmentally disabled woman at an Erie County business.

Wilson was arrested earlier this month on similar charges as Payne.


Police in Elyria continue their investigation into vandalism…someone is shooting out car windows with B-B guns…many of them, a stone’s throw from the downtown area.

Over the past two weeks, at least 29 cases have been reported.


Big happenings with NASA are taking place in our back yard.

NASA’s Orion spacecraft for their Artemis-1 project arrived at Mansfield Lahm Airport late Sunday afternoon.

NASA says the spacecraft is on its way to Plum Brook Station in Sandusky for a final stretch of major testing before their Artemis-I launch; which is planned to be put into space in 2020.


A court hearing between ownership of a longtime Norwalk restaurant and a banking company is set for this morning in Huron County.

This comes after 1946 Berry’s Restaurant put up a ‘closed until further notice’ sign on Thursday.

A ‘Go Fund Me’ page with a goal of $75,000 has been started by a Norwalk man…stating that restaurant owner Lynn Berry needs to raise such funds for the remainder of the building’s payment before December 16th.


Final preparations are underway for the annual, free Community Thanksgiving Dinner at Lorain County Community College.

It’ll be held from 5:00 to 7:00 pm on Wednesday at the Spitzer Conference Center.

Once again, it’s sponsored by the Office of Student Life and Dining Services.


It’s that time again…time to get ready for winter fun in Sandusky.

The city’s recreation department has released their annual ‘Winter Fun Guide’…packed with both children and adult programs and activities.

It can be found online and on the city’s website and Facebook…and will be sent home in printed form with Sandusky and St. Mary’s students.


National Weather Service Forecast


Partly sunny, with a high near 50.



Partly cloudy, with a low around 41.



Mostly cloudy, with a high near 50.



Rainy and windy. High near 56.


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