You’ve heard her right here on WLKR and seen her on national television competing on The Voice, but now you have a chance to hear Emily Keener’s beautiful voice live in person at the State Theater in Sandusky.
Emily will sing the State on June 11th, tickets go on sale Monday at 10 AM and will run 25 to 50 dollars.
Sandusky High School alumni and Pro Football hall of fame inductee Orlando Pace may have a new honor to add to his already impressive list…
It’s been proposed that a section on Grant Street in Sandusky be renamed ‘Orlando Pace Drive’. The section of street is located on the Southside of Strobel Field at Cedar Point Stadium between Camp Street and Hayes Avenue. Sandusky City manager, Eric Wobser proposed the idea.
Sandusky will be holding an “Opening Day Celebration” this Saturday, May 14th.
The Sandusky St. Mary’s School band will march from St. Mary’s School to Mylander Plaza from 11:15- 11:30 Saturday morning and will continue to play while residents are invited to register to win one of over 30 prizes. Speakers and entertainment will take the stage starting at noon including the Peanuts characters, Cedar Point VP Jason McClure and Sandusky City manager Eric Wobser and live music.
The Huron County Sherriff’s office has recovered around 2,000 dollars worth of stolen property and arrested 2 more people in connection to a 2 month long larceny investigation.
Michael Harmon and Felisha Williams were apprehended yesterday in their home in connection with the crimes. They add to 3 previous arrests the sheriff’s office had made in 9 different larceny crimes with 12 burglary victims in the Willard area. Sheriff Dane Howard told the Reflector the crimes were fueled to support their drug habits.
Norwalk City Schools will offer free sports physicals on Saturday, May 21st for all Norwalk High or middle school students entering 7th to 12th grade next year and plan on playing a sport in the upcoming school year.
Appointments can be made at the Athletic office and are made on a first come first serve basis.
Voting on a tax cleanup bill in the Ohio house has been delayed a week due to protests of an unrelated amendment added to it.
The amendment, proposed to keep municipalities from regulating where local pet stores get their animals may need a separate bill, according to House Speaker Cliff Rosenberger. Senators attached the Petland amendment last week to override ordinances in cities like Grove City and Toledo that require pet stores within city limits to purchase animals from reputable breeders and rescuers. The amendment would require any further regulation to be done at a state level.
A slight chance of scattered showers this morning, with a higher chance this evening. Cloudy today, highs in the upper 70s.
Tonight: Showers and thunderstorms in the overnight with lows in the mid 50’s. For your Friday, mostly sunny, but cooler, highs in the upper 60’s.