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In the center of Erie County, which is located in the north central part of Ohio, Huron was named after John Baptiste Flemmond, its first settler. He was a Quebec-born trapper and trader. The city is also home to the ConAgra Foods facility, which produces foods available in many supermarkets and restaurants, like Peter Pan peanut butter, Orville Redenbacher popcorn and Banquet.

Population: 7958
Local Newspapers: The Blade
Local Sports Teams: Toledo Mud Hens (International League)
Local Colleges: University of Toledo Bowling Green State University Davis College Lourdes College Mercy College

Zip Codes associated with huron, ohio: 44839
Towns/Cities near huron, ohio : Toledo Oregon Ottawa Hills Rossford Walbridge Perrysburg Sylvania Northwood

Huron News
Pheasants Forever hosts banquet at Camp Perry on March 10

The Erie-Ottawa-Sandusky County Chapter of Pheasants Forever will host a flock of bird hunters at its 27th annual fundraising banquet on March 10 at the Camp Perry Banquet Hall. Featured is a 30-gun lineup to be auctioned, raffled or included as part of an outdoor prize package.

Upcoming Huron Co. Honor trip to include Norwalk, St. Paul...

More than 200 vets and their spouses have been on the multiple-day trip, which allows them to share their stories of service with teeangers. Most of the participants are from the Vietnam War era, but other vets have been from World War II and served during Operation Desert Storm.

Stalker convicted in common pleas courtThe Huron County Sheriffa s...

Matthew R. Walski, 31, of Huron, pleaded guilty Tuesday to one count of menacing by stalking with a firearm specification and firearm forfeiture. Court records indicate the Huron County Sheriff's Office investigated the Aug. 13 incident involving a female victim on Peru Center Road outside of Monroeville.

alert Area's most wanted fugitives - Feb. 12, 2018

Here are pictures and information about the "Most Wanted" fugitives for the week of Feb. 12, 2018 as provided the Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force's Richland County Division, which covers Huron, Richland, Crawford and Ashland counties: Anyone with information about the whereabouts of any of these fugitives is asked to call the Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force at 419-774-3565 or 866-4-WANTED. People also can text the keyword "WANTED" and send a tip to 847411, or go to a link at www.usmarshals.gov/district/oh-n/fugitives.

Talk About Oak Harbor: After 46 years, Humphreya

For 46 years John Humphrey has been the face of NAPA in Oak Harbor. In 1972, shortly after Humphrey graduated from high school, he and his parents opened the Oak Harbor Auto Parts Company Inc. in the building that now houses Witt and Gaines Inc. Oak Harbor NAPA moved to its present location in 1974.

Hollanders have village in Huron Here are the top stories in the...

"Celeryville" is the name of a thriving little community in Huron County that is fast rivaling Kalamazoo as a celery growing center. The village is as neat and clean as though lifted bodily over Holland's dykes and set down in America.

Area's most wanted fugitives - Feb. 5, 2018Anyone with information...

Here are pictures and information about the "Most Wanted" fugitives for the week of Feb. 5, 2018 as provided the Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force's Richland County Division, which covers Huron, Richland, Crawford and Ashland counties: Anyone with information about the whereabouts of any of these fugitives is asked to call the Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force at 419-774-3565 or 866-4-WANTED. People also can text the keyword "WANTED" and send a tip to 847411, or go to a link at www.usmarshals.gov/district/oh-n/fugitives.

Requesting copies of CRP contracts for Ohio CAUV programAlso, annual...

The Ohio Department of Taxation will be updating property values in Ohio due to a legislative change in how land used exclusively for conservation practices is valued under the Current Agricultural Use Valuation program. County auditors may reduce the value of acreage enrolled in conservation programs to $230 per acre.

Mead, Bond bring experience to Huron Co. EMATacy Bond, a dispatcher...

The Huron County Emergency Management Agency has two new faces, but their prior experience and education more than suit their responsibilities. "My father was the disaster director for the Red Cross in Lorain County for 50 years," said Mead, who is a captain in a Lorain County fire department.

Bill Ommert Huron Co. Emergency Operations Center dedicatedLate...

The heart of the Huron County Emergency Management Agency is now named for the man who gave nearly 20 years of his life to serving the community. Many family members, friends, co-workers and first responders attended the Jan. 25 dedication of the Bill Ommert Huron County Emergency Operations Center.

January 1918 storm was a tough one hereAs area residents mark the...

As I research in the local newspapers I come across horror stories of terrible winter storms from through the years. I'm never inspired to use them in the winter time, but it won't be such a shock to your system if I tell one of them here in the middle of the summer.

A rendition of what the new clock tower will look like once constructed in downtown Willard.

Even when the century-old Willard clock tower sat in a field next to a sewage treatment plant for 17 years sinking into decay, former Willardite Rick Reed saw potential through the rusted face dials and the old copper clad cupola. All that potential and more has been revealed in planning, blueprints and renderings of what can be a gem for Willard and Huron County.

Adam Shanaman makes a dashing pirate.

Performances are scheduled for 7:30 p.m. today and Saturday and 2:30 p.m. Sunday, plus 7:30 p.m. Feb. 2 and 3 and 2:30 p.m. Feb. 4 at the BSA's theater, 205 Maple St., Bellevue. The BSA cast includes Jared Bradley, of Bellevue, as Frederic; Leslie Childers, of Bellevue, as Mabel; Steve Koenig, of Huron, as the Pirate King; Jimy Foreman, of White's Landing, as the Major General; Heidi Sarvis-Sapp, of Berlin Heights, as Ruth; Sara Stamm, of Clyde, as Edith; Haley Shimer, of Bellevue, as Kate; Katherine Gauthier, of Huron , as Isabel; and Emma Childers, of Bellevue, Savannah Hetrick, of Oak Harbor, and Emily Schaffer, of Bellevue, as daughters.

Oh rats! Who robbed jewelry store?The guilty party in a Norwalk theft ...

This week I'm going to tell you the story of some stupid crooks who thought they were pretty smart. In 1888, William Henry Hine farmed in Berlin Township of Erie County while also serving as president of the Berlin Heights Bank and vice-president of the Huron Bank.

Norwalk prepared Showers Ingram for lengthy medical career1947 NHS...

EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the fifth installment in a seven-part series featuring this year's Norwalk Hall of Fame inductees. Virginia Showers Ingram, a 1947 graduate, was at the top of her class as valedictorian at Norwalk High School at a unique time in American history.

alert Area's most wanted fugitives - Jan. 22, 2018

Here are pictures and information about the "Most Wanted" fugitives for the week of Jan. 22, 2018 as provided the Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force's Richland County Division, which covers Huron, Richland, Crawford and Ashland counties: Anyone with information about the whereabouts of any of these fugitives is asked to call the Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force at 419-774-3565 or 866-4-WANTED. People also can text the keyword "WANTED" and send a tip to 847411, or go to a link at www.usmarshals.gov/district/oh-n/fugitives.

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