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1. Postal Workers hononed - Fremont News-Messenger
Also honored at the Post Office were several workers who have put in long service. From left, John Weiler, 35 years:Tom Mc Dermott, 30 years: Caroll Root (in back),33 years: Roger Chambers, 30 years: and John Parish, 25 years.

2. Postal Workers Honored - Fremont News-Messenger
The Fremont Post Office honored 3 retirees: Irvin George, left, 50 years, Carroll Root, center, 33 years, and Jean Overmyer, right, 19 years.

3. Post Office Licks Red Ink - Fremont News-Messenger
Mail sorting in Fremont, Ohio is done by hand. The Fremont facility turned a profit on mail in 1986.

4. All the Livelong Day - Fremont News-Messenger
Traffic inches by as laborers work to smooth the roadway over the Norfolk and Western Railroad tracks on State Street near the intersection of Front Street. The work, which started Monday, is projected to continue throughout the day today.

5. Guardsmen battle winter blahs by keeping boats in shape. - Fremont News-Messenger
Rodger Norcross,front, and Chris Markison sand away at a Coast Guard Vessel

6. Helena Man Working to Open Second Street Mobile Home Park - Fremont News-Messenger
Freshly dug mounds of earth are testimony to some of the renovating work at the Second Street Mobile Home Park. The park, ordered closed last year by the county Board of Health, should reopen under new ownership, by Denzil Weiker of Helena, Ohio, sometime this year

7. Craftsman on right track with his growing family - Fremont News-Messenger
Standing among the inventory of fabric ducks are, from left, Country Crafters owners Bob Woodruff, Sheree Kowalski, and Fred Woodruff. Mrs. Ratliff, Laura Mouse, Uncle Ernie and a number of other soft-sculptured home decorations are part of Woodruff's extended family.

8. There is no business like snow business - Fremont Ohio News Messenger
County highway trucks wait in line for the call to clean up county roads. Their services have not been needed so far this winter.

9. Scrabble Players Prep for National Tournament - Fremont Ohio News Messenger
Trivial pursuit is out. Scrabble is in, according to the findings of the New York research firm, Brain Reserve.

10. There's no business like snow business. - Fremont, Ohio New- Messenger
Raindrops keep fallin' on the snow- blowers at a local store, where a scarcity of snow has caused sales to drop off.

11. There's no business like snow business. - Fremont, Ohio News- Messenger
Rolls of windshield de-icing await purchase at a local store. There's no snow, and that means slow business.

12. There's no business like snow business. - Fremont, Ohio News-Messenger
The piles of salt lie in wait, almost untouched, in the Sandusky County Garage. There's no snow, and that means slow business.

13. Ready for Winter - Fremont, Ohio News-Messenger
The weeds of summer surrounded some heavy snow plows at the Sandusky County Highway Garage earlier this week. There has been no need so far this winter to put the snow blades to use, but highway crews are ready for the heavy snows when hey come.

14. Escapes empty County Jail - Fremont, Ohio News-Messenger
Deputy watches as prisoners leave the county jail and make their way down new fire escapes installed earlier. Only a few officials knew the drill would be conducted.

15. Rick Lagron Works on Stained Glass Pattern - Fremont News-Messenger
Rick Legron works on a pattern for a stained glass window at the Stained Glass Place on South Front Street in downtown Fremont, Ohio. Rick is the son of shop owner Pat Legron.

16. Alice Resnick Runs For Appeals Court - Fremont News-Messenger
Alice Resnick of Toledo (Ohio) Municipal Court is running for a seat on the Sixth District Court of Appeals.

17. Outdoor Education - Fremont News-Messenger
Students from Lakota and Millersville St. Mary's schools tour the Glenn Graffice farm near Woodville, Ohio.

18. Outdoor Education - Fremont News-Messenger
Robert Roush, of Lindsey (Ohio), explains how trees put moisture and oxygen back into the air to fifth graders from Lakota and Millersville St. Mary's Schools. The children visited the Glenn Graffice farm near Woodville, Ohio.

19. Can I Mow Your Lawn? - Fremont News-Messenger
Timothy Gillian, 10, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Gillian, 618 South Street, Fremont, Ohio, goes door to door in an attempt to find a lawn to mow.

20. Mow Your Lawn, Ma'am? - Fremont News-Messenger
Timothy Gillian, 10, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Gillian, 618 South St., Fremont, Ohio, goes door to door in an attempt to find a lawn to mow.

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