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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.
Outdoor Education - Fremont News-Messenger
Students from Lakota and Millersville St. Mary's schools tour the Glenn Graffice farm near Woodville, Ohio.
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.
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.
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.
Benefits Party - Fremont News-Messenger
Genendolyn Brinkman, left, and Sherry Whipkey, prepare the publicity for the Fremont (Ohio) Mothers of Twins Club card party to benefit the Dan Mizinger family who lost two children this year after they were born prematurely.
Escapee Captured - Fremont News-Messenger
Leo Otero, Jr., one of the prisoners who escaped from the Sandusky County Jail, is led back to jail by deputy Phil Jenek.
Stirring Apple Butter - Fremont News-Messenger
Gale Zelms and Diana Hammond, members of the Mid-County Emergency Medical Services, take their turn at stirring apple butter at the Apple Festival in Oak Harbor, Ohio.
Leading the Apple Festival Parade - Fremont News-Messenger
The Oak Harbor High School marching band flag corps leads the band during the Apple Festival parade in Oak Harbor, Ohio.
Viewing Cartoonists' Exhibit - Fremont News-Messenger
Students from Wynn Elementary School in Oregon, Ohio, view political cartoons on display at the Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center in Fremont, Ohio.
"Listening" to Life - Fremont News-Messenger
This ultra sound image of a fetus shows a head measurement of 4.5 centimeters, which hospital technician and doctors translate into an age of approximately 20 1/2 weeks.
Reaching Out Across the Generation Gap - Fremont News-Messenger
Ralph Elwell of Port Clinton and Edna Mae Daugherty of 1314 Mechanic Street, Fremont, Ohio, enjoy a few moments with the children of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Whipkey of North Fifth Street, Fremont.
Steady Now - Fremont News-Messenger
Darvin Leiginbuhl, an associate professor of Art at Bluffton College, demonstrates the use of a potter's wheel at the 1981 Clyde (Ohio) art bee. The 1982 bee is Saturday and Sunday at Doebel's Flowers in Clyde (Ohio).
Hayes's Birthday Observed - Fremont News-Messenger
Soldiers dressed in Civil war garb performed drills to commemorate the 160th birthday of Rutherford B. Hayes at the former President's Spiegel Grove grave site. A wreath-laying ceremony followed the honor guard drill.
Migrant Workers Leave Early - Fremont News-Messenger
Bushels of tomatoes, freshly picked from Gordon Keegan's Clyde (Ohio) farm, sit ready to be loaded onto trucks. Migrant workers from a neighborhood farm picked the tomatoes for Keegan after his own pickers packed up and left for home.
Old Fort Celebration - Fremont News-Messenger
Head majorette Lori Hufford led the Tiffin Calvert High School marching band through the streets of Old Fort in a parade that was part of the town's centennial celebration.
Gibsonburg Royalty - Fremont News-Messenger
Senior Angie Schroeder, top right, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schroeder, 2202 County Rd. 703, Lindsey, Ohio, was crowned Gibsonburg (Ohio) High School's homecoming queen. Her court was (bottom roll, left to right) Charlotte Frazier, sophomore attendant; Jodi Bauer, senior attendant; Leanne Brown, senior attendant; (top roll, left to right) Jennifer Schroeder, junior attendant; and Traci Binsack, freshman attendant.
Suspect Batches Here - Fremont News-Messenger
Lori Oman of 2129 N. Fifth St., a clerk at Gray Drug, holds a bottle of the recalled Tylenol from which she had taken two capsules.