galioninquirer.com
0

This Week in Galion’s History

Galion has a colorful and lengthy past. The events noted in this column are taken from the Galion Inquirer archives from years past. The focus will be items of personal or community interest from 10, 25, 50 and 75 years ago.The week of September 27, 2004Galion High School football player Kyle Loudermilk was pictured during the Friday night game against Upper Sandusky.Local high school sophomore, Rachel Lantz, was interviewed about her summer v...

5 days 6 hours ago | | | Email

Pioneer’s Proven Results are Best Measured by Our Alumni

Schools all across Ohio are measured by results and Pioneer Career and Technology Center has a strong record of proven results. Pioneer provides students with training and job skills that are in demand by employers. That, in turn, helps keep the local economy strong and we all benefit.To prove our point, we can show you reports and data that demonstrate our success, but nothing really explains the value of our school better than the words of our alumni.Recently we receiv...

5 days 6 hours ago | | | Email

Thank You to City Administration

On behalf of the Galion Business Community, the Chamber would like to say “THANK YOU” to the city administration for the foresight they had in building Hesby Drive/Heise Park Lane and the temporary road to the Galion West Shopping Center, prior to the beginning of construction on Portland Way North.As extensive and inconvenient as the road project has been, it demonstrates progress within our city and Crawford County. Once the project is completed, the benefits will be ...

6 days 6 hours ago | | | Email

Letter to the Editor - Cerar

Dear Galion City Administration;How do you frustrate us? Let me count the ways —1) Principles — these are the things our country used to understand, and that made us great. It used to be a noble thing to cling to a principle.The Galion administration only recognizes the principle of “do it our way, or else.” Sounds more like Socialism to me. I don’t remember seeing that choice on the ballot at the last election.2) If yo...

7 days 6 hours ago | | | Email

Apron Free Cooking ~ Shortcut Homemade Vegetable Soup

Homemade vegetable soup. There is a phrase that draws responses from most cooks. I’ve learned there are basically two camps of cooks when it comes to vegetable soup. The first uses a grandmother’s recipe, chops raw vegetables and simmers the soup all day over low heat. (I’ll admit that I like this kind of soup!)The second camp of soup cooks uses Campbell’s traditional recipe and a can opener. (Haven’t we all from time to time?) This week’s recipe...

8 days 6 hours ago | | | Email

This Week in Galion’s History

Galion has a colorful and lengthy past. The events noted in this column are taken from the Galion Inquirer archives from years past. The focus will be items of personal or community interest from 10, 25, 50 and 75 years ago.The week of September 20, 2004Crestline reviewed options for a new hospital after Mansfield Med Central closed operations at the Crestline Community Hospital building.Galion High School Varsity Golfer Joey Pawsey was pictur...

13 days 6 hours ago | | | Email

Apron Free Cooking ~ Potato Soup

September is upon us and it seems as if fall has begun. I’ve seen some leaves falling and the cool nights have caused me to add some blankets to the bed.I love this time of year for the warm days and cool evenings, but especially because I can start making soups and stews in my crock pot. Many of the recipes are too heavy for hot summer days, but really hit the spot after a day of cutting wood or working in the yard.The other morning was a drizzling rain, cloudy so...

16 days 6 hours ago | | | Email

Letter to the Editor

The Galion Historical Society would liked to thank the City of Galion and in particular, John Swain, for helping preserve Galion’s Log Cabin at Heise Park. This log cabin was Galion’s first library that set behind Galion’s present library and moved to Heise Park many years ago.We hope to preserve the log cabin, Brownella Cotage and everything in our possession for many generations to come.The Board Members of the Galion Historical Society....

20 days 6 hours ago | | | Email

This Week In Galion’s History

Galion has a colorful and lengthy past. The events noted in this column are taken from the Galion Inquirer archives from years past. The focus will be items of personal or community interest from 10, 25, 50 and 75 years ago.The week of September 13, 2004A Galion kindergartener wound up on the wrong bus for the ride home and ended up on the opposite side of town. Two older girls took him under their wing and took him home, where he called his mother and was reunited....

20 days 6 hours ago | | | Email

September 11th

September 11th will be a busy work day for me this year. Like other days, it will be one filled with commitments and responsibilities. However, on September 11th, as I navigate the demands of work, ministry and family, my mind will wander to events and memories outside the structure of the day, and my heart will swell with emotion, leading me, along with many of you, to pray.

21 days 6 hours ago | | | Email

Savvy Senior: How to get Social Security benefits when you’re disabled

Dear Savvy Senior,What do I need to do to get Social Security disability? I’m 57 years old and have some health issues that are keeping me from working, but I’ve heard it’s very difficult to get benefits.Need AssistanceDear Need,The process of getting Social Security disability benefits can be tricky and time-consuming, but you can help yourself by doing your homework and getting prepared.Last year, around 3 million peop...

22 days 6 hours ago | | | Email

Apron Free Cooking ~ 3 Ingredient Banana Bread

Banana bread is a perennial favorite snack at our house. We eat our share of bananas, but like most people, we don’t always eat the entire bunch quickly enough. When the bananas turn brown, we make banana bread.Imagine my excitement when my daughter showed up the other day with a new recipe to try. “Mom, it’s banana bread with only three ingredients!”That sounded almost too good to be true. But, the proof is in the pudding, as they say. And this b...

22 days 6 hours ago | | | Email

End of Summer Blowout

With no major new releases this week, I thought I’d take a look back at some of the movies from the summer season that I saw but never reviewed. Most of these were bombs, but a few were actually decent hits that just never quite made it to the top of the charts. In chronological order, starting in May…“A Million Ways to Die in the West”

23 days 6 hours ago | | | Email

Editorials

No Stories Available

Letters

Thank You to City Administration

On behalf of the Galion Business Community, the Chamber...

6 days 6 hours ago | | | Email

Weather

Sponsored By:

Local Gas Prices

Lowest Gas Prices in Galion
Galion Gas Prices provided by GasBuddy.com

Featured Business