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Kyle Conel wanted to leave a legacy for the younger generation of wrestlers at Lakeside. After going undefeated a year ago until he lost in the state championship match, he felt he had but one thing to do as a senior to cement that legacy.
Nature Conservancy, volunteers help rare bird
Eighteen volunteers gathered Saturday to increase the likelihood of the Common Tern’s survival in the state of Ohio.
11th Annual Ice Wine Festival kicks off three-weekend run
Area wineries greeted visitors to the 11th Annual Ice Wine Festival Saturday afternoon kicking off a three-weekend event in western Ashtabula and eastern Lake counties.
Ashtabula County group hopes to provide meat for the poor
A local organization is hoping to help feed needy families in Ashtabula County through a creative approach to farming and community involvement.
Dragon wrestler, coaches defend Jerry Brady's presence at state wrestling tournament
Kyle Conel is coming to the end of what may be the greatest career of any Ashtabula Area City Schools wrestler ever. One victory away from the state title, there’s someone very important to that career missing from the picture.
Participation of former Lakeside wrestling coach in state tournament has fur flying
The Ashtabula Area City School District took action Friday to keep former Lakeside coach Jerry Brady away from the state wrestling tournament.
Motor oil thief not too slick for sheriff’s deputies
A man who reportedly stole motor oil and other automotive supplies from a truck stop on Route 45 didn’t slip through the fingers of Ashtabula County sheriff’s deputies.
Conneaut still thawing its frozen water pipes
Frozen water pipes continue to plague water customers in Conneaut, officials said Friday.
Victim’s families claim in lawsuit Chardon High School didn’t have enough security
Family members of three teenagers killed in a school shooting two years ago claim in a lawsuit the school didn’t have enough security and the alternative school the shooter attended didn’t properly evaluate the risks he posed.
Dinner to benefit paralyzed Perry teenager is March 9
The friends and family of Perry teenager Suzie Mettler will be hosting a benefit dinner at the Willoughby Brewing Company on March 9, from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. The 17-year-old girl was seriously injured on Dec. 15 while sledding at Riverview Park in Lake County. Another girl was injured in the incident, but has since recovered. However, Mettler is still partially paralyzed. She has been determined to be quadriplegic now, and may not regain full mobility. According to family friend Danielle Justice, Mettler spent nearly a month in MetroHealth hospital in Cleveland followed by two months in rehab. Mettler may return home this month.
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