Smith brings multiple perspectives to government, community service

Firelands, Bowling Green campuses are special to alumnus working as a congressional staff assistant for U.S. Rep. Marcy Kaptur. Read the BGSU article here.

By | May 16th, 2019|BGSU Firelands, Local News|0 Comments

Justice article wins prize for analysis of Woolson stories

Read the BGSU article here.

BGSU Firelands Announces 2019 Classified Staff Team Award

Congratulations to Deborah Carden, Melanie Didelot and Sharyl Wahl from Academic Career Counseling for being awarded the 2019 Classified Staff Team Award! Read more here.

Youth Sport Camp Sign Ups Available

Don't delay registration in Youth Camps--SPACES ARE LIMITED! The Sports Camp schedule includes Track, Baseball, (Golf is FULL), Tennis, Cheer, Soccer & Basketball Camps -- Plus Summer Day Camps and Arts & Crafts Camp. Details and online registration link here.

MetroParks Bald Eagle Presentation

On Tuesday May 21 at 6:30 pm, join Erie MetroParks naturalist Cheryl Kilmer for a talk about the American Bald Eagle! Discover fun facts about how they behave, what they eat, and where they live! She will also show recent pictures of successful nests throughout Erie County. Registration required here.

Lunch Brunch – Storytime at the Park

Reminder that we have Lunch Bunch on Friday weather permitting! NOTE: If it rains, this program will be cancelled.

Duct Tape the Principal to the Wall

Want to join us in supporting a good cause? We are now in the home stretch and asking for your support in this very important project! Whether you donate $5 or $500. Every little bit helps. Thank you for your support. I've included information about Huron PTO below. HOW IT WORKS: The classroom at both [...]

Second Annual Cardboard Boat Races at BGSU Firelands

Read the Register article here.

Student Council Book Drive Benefiting OHgo

McCormick Jr High Student Council is accepting gently used books to donate to OHgo. If you are able to donate you can either send it in with a McCormick student to school, or drop off to the McCormick office. The book drive ends May 24th. If you have any to donate, the student council will make [...]

BGSU Firelands to freeze tuition and fees

Get all the details here.


By | May 13th, 2019|Local News|0 Comments

Thank You Huron – A Message from the Superintendent

Thank you citizens of Huron: On behalf of Huron City Schools and the Huron Board of Education, I would like to thank the community and countless volunteers for supporting our renewal levy. The district is grateful for the overwhelming support and vote of confidence. The passage of Issue 1 was crucial in providing stability to [...]

Spring 2019 Parks and Rec Schedule

Happy to see some sunshine and busy getting ready for FUN Spring events. Programs and Youth Camps require pre-registration - details here. As in the past, Boppin' on the Basin is Free Admission --thank you to Key Bank for their sponsorship!

All Teams Schedule: Week of May 06 – May 12

Get this week's schedule here.

Tiger Track Teams Honor Seniors At Bellevue Dual

See all the details in the Huron Tiger Athletics article here.

Girls Stall The Truckers, Boys Drop Close Dual At Norwalk

Read the Huron Athletics article here

Gina DeJesus Shares Abduction Story at BGSU Firelands

What a powerful event. Thank you Gina DeJesus for sharing your courageous story. Read the Sandusky Register article here.

By | May 7th, 2019|BGSU Firelands, Local News|0 Comments

McCormick Junior High Merit Roll – Third Quarter

McCORMICK JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL MERIT ROLL THIRD QUARTER 2018-2019 SEVENTH GRADE To be eligible for the Merit Roll, a student must attain a grade point average of 3.00 with no grade lower than a “C.” Kelly Agsten, Mia Boldman, Mackenzie Collins, Brayden Conrad, Simon Cooley, Andrew Delaney, Annabelle Fisher, Ce’Aujanay Grant, Kaitlynn Gwinner, Christian Heidl, [...]

April Huron Tiger Core Value Scholars

Students were nominated by teachers and peers for exemplifying Core Value of Optimism. From left to right.. Ava Hicks from Shawnee, Zai'Yonna Miller from Woodlands and Lanee Orzech from McCormick. Makenna Schafer was HHS's selection, but was not able to attend the BOE meeting.

Shawnee Student of the Month Announced

*Student of the Month* Recently, we had our “Student of the Month” celebration. It was a great time where students were recognized and awarded for being Shawnee role models. Kindergarten Ruby Thompson, Reghan Ortega, Ava Hager, Charlotte Camp First Grade: Mary Snook, Evie Mazur, Mackenna Sheehan, Tae’On Wilson Second Grade: Casey Cox, Colin Schreiber, Bently [...]

After Prom Announced

SBC Runners Up – Girls Track Team

Congratulations to The McCormick Jr High Girls Track Team.....SBC Bay Division Runner-ups! #HuronProud

Huron Swimmers sign with Colleges

Congratulations to our Huron Swimmers Marc Dieter (Grove City) and Rowan Roshong (Vasser)!!! Good luck to you both as you continue your swim career! GO TIGERS!!

New Life Ring Buoys at Ramp

Huron River Boat Access Ramp has two new life ring buoys thanks to Fish Huron. Please Boat Smart from the Start!

Swimming Lesson Schedule Announced

Swim Lesson registrations are now available online here. Class spaces are limited; if a class that you would like to attend is Full, please email your information to [email protected] -- this will allow us to notify those interested (by email) if a slot opens, for first-come, first serve registration.

Advertising at Fabens Park

Fabens Park is one of the busiest places in Huron during season! The Advertising Banner program is a great opportunity to have your business logo and message featured in a family-friendly atmosphere! Learn how easy (and economical) it is to participate here.

BGSU, Cedar Fair partner for new degree opportunity

BGSU and Cedar Fair have partnered for a new degree completion program in resort and attraction management beginning in fall 2020. The program will be taught and led by BGSU faculty. The final two years of classes will be taught in downtown Sandusky at a new 78,030-square-foot multipurpose facility.   Check out the rest of [...]

Huron Schools Looking for School Psychologist

Vote YES on May 7

DID YOU KNOW??? Our School District serves approximately 1,400 students on a $15,000,000 total annual budget. That amount includes everything... supplies, transportation, staff salaries, extra-curriculars, and so on. Vote YES! on May 7th for the RENEWAL LEVY (NO NEW TAXES)!

Girls Smash 39-Year-Old Sprint Relay Record, Place 3rd at Edison Invite

Get all the details here.

Money Matters Presentations at the Library

Would you appreciate the opportunity to ask a local expert questions you have about finances? Take advantage of these programs presented by Serving Our Seniors. This program includes 4 sessions covering a variety of topics. Register for one or all 4 dates.   May 2 at 6:30pm - Understanding the Foundations of Financial Investing May [...]

What’s New in Nutrition – Healthy Eating Workshop Series

On Tuesday, May 7 at 6:30 pm Donna Green, FCS Educator from Ohio State University Extension returns to present on what comprises a healthy diet. We will look at historical changes in food recommendations over the years. You will learn how too much or too little of specific foods can affect your risk for chronic [...]

Huron Educational Foundation website live

Check out the new Huron Educational Foundation website here.

Cellocentric musicians coming to Huron on May 5

Click here for more information on the Sandusky Register

Sandusky Register Readers Choice Awards are Back

Be sure to visit the Reader's Choice Award Nominations and VOTE FOR YOUR HURON FAVORITES!! Click here to visit their website.  

EHOVE to help with skills gap led to welder and machinist shortages

These careers aren’t what you may have heard. They’re vital to our way of life and offer a great career path. Read the Sandusky Register article here.

By | May 1st, 2019|Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

EHOVE Summer Camp Sign Ups Available

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN! Parents of kids entering grades 4-9:  Start the summer off right at EHOVE’s summer camps!  Register online now! Summer camps are a great way to experience advancing careers within various fields such as Science, Technology, Engineering, Math and more while having fun and meeting new people. The camps will give students focused, [...]

Safety Town Pre-Registration Information

Safety Town is a single two-week program, June 10-13 & June 17-20, 2019 - for children planning to enter Kindergarten in the Fall 2019. Planned curriculum, combined with fun activities, help children learn important safety lessons. Pre-registration required -- more information here.

Huron 5K Series to Start

Get ready to participate in the Huron 5K Series -- have fun and contribute to wonderful causes! The first in the series is the Abbey Rose Foundation 5K Trail Run/Walk & Kids Fun Run on May 4, 2019 at Fabens Park! For more information click here.

Garbe Shatters 23-Year-Old Record, Huron Track Teams Sweep Edison in Dual

Check out the Huron Athletics article here.

Huron sisters organize donation to child cancer patients

Read the Sandusky Register article here.

By | April 13th, 2019|City of Huron, Local News|0 Comments

Register Now for Derby Day Bar Scramble

Registration is now open for the 2019 Spring Derby Day Bar Scramble. Forms can be found on the Chamber of Commerce Facebook page, any participating location or at the Chamber office. Register teams by April 20 and receive 10 Team Points!    

Vote YES for Huron Schools

SUPPORT OUR SCHOOLS...Vote YES on Issue 1! on May 7th! No new taxes - this is a renewal levy. Early voting is OPEN and can be done at the Erie County Board of Election Office, 2900 Columbus Ave, Sandusky - April 3 - May 7 (Monday - Friday), 8am - 5pm!

Successful State of the Community

The 2019 State of the Community hosted a packed room full of eager community members looking to hear the report from 2018 and future plans for 2019. Senator Gavarone and Representative Arndt were also in attendance. We look forward to a successful and prosperous 2019.

Huron Police Looking to Hire Part Time Officers

We are looking to hire part-time before the summer time. Know a police officer who wants to serve? Tell them to give us a call! 419-433-4114 Must be  OPOTA Certified, willing to work nights and weekends and able to pass a background check. To apply, download the application here and turn in all completed paperwork [...]

By | April 8th, 2019|Local News|0 Comments

BREAKING: Lane Closure Beginning 4/8

Leaking valve Huron Street at Cleveland Road East: crews will be excavating the site tomorrow, Monday 4/8  with work completion anticipated by the end of business on Tuesday 4/9.  Staff is anticipating having the northern lane of Cleveland Road (westbound) closed off from the river bridge to St. Peter’s Church.  Signage and lighted signs will [...]

Parents: Do a Book Bag Check

Another sign of SPRING - the Parks & Rec. 2019 Program Guide was sent home with students this week (may require deep dive into your child's book bag)! It includes info on Community Events, Boat Basin entertainment, Adult Fitness and Youth Summer/Sports Camps. Youth camp details and ONLINE registration link can be found here. (NOTE: [...]

Make School Spirit Taste Great!

Make dinner a selfless act by joining us for a fundraiser to support the Huron High School Europe Trip. Come in to the Sandusky Chipotle (in front of the mall) on Tuesday, April 16 between 4:00 - 8:00pm. Bring the flyer on the Citizens for Huron Schools Facebook page, show it on your cell phone [...]

Welcome to Our Schools Video Being Filmed

Behind the scenes look at the taping for an upcoming “WELCOME TO OUR SCHOOLS” video coming soon. Stay tuned!!!

Shawnee School Visits Rotary Meeting

Today we had very special guests, Mrs Gimperlings 1st Grade Class from Shawnee School. The club enjoyed listening to them sing our R O T A R Y song and then with no hesitation they divided up amongst Rotarians to read a bit of their book. It was definitely one of the best meetings ever.

By | April 7th, 2019|Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

Huron Eagles Donate to Education Foundation

Thank you to the Huron Eagles for their contribution to our partnership to offer scholarships to Huron High School Seniors together! Supporting our kids and their success! Go Tigers!

By | April 7th, 2019|Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

Eighth Annual Huron Lions Wine Tasting Poker Run

Join the Huron Lions Club for the Eighth Annual Huron Lions Wine Tasting Poker Run on Saturday, April 27, 2019. Tickets are $20 per person and $35 per couple. Lions members can purchase tickets for $15 per person or $25 per couple. There are six participating venues - D&D Smith Winery, Quarry Hill Wine Company, [...]

Huron providing pier with safety upgrades

Get the details from the Sandusky Register article here.

Huron hires treasurer, renews superintendent contract

Read the Sandusky Register article here.

2019 – 2020 School Calendar Released

Visit the Huron City School's Facebook page for the complete 2019-2020 calendar.

Classroom Coloring on Display at Sandusky Mall

Coloring Contest - Classrooms on display at Sandusky Mall! Exciting News!!! We are excited to announce that Mrs. Tredway’s, Mrs. Mischler’s and Mrs. Hoty’s classrooms’ at Shawnee were drawn in a competition to have their coloring pages displayed at the Sandusky Mall! The following classrooms’ pages are currently on display at the Mall, and will [...]

BGSU One Day

SHOW THE WORLD WHAT A DIFFERENCE FALCONS CAN MAKE IN ONE DAY! Save the date for our third BGSU One Day – an inspiring 36-hour event for alumni, students, faculty, staff, parents and friends to come together to support Bowling Green State University. On April 2-3, Falcons can give back and pay forward in support of their [...]

2019 Summer Youth Camp Schedule Posted

The schedule for 2019 Summer Youth Camps --with online registration link--is now listed on our website. There is something for everyone -- from "Junior Explorer" Camps to Arts & Crafts Camp; plus virtually every type of Sport Camps. Great way to keep your kids busy and happy this Summer. Programs have limited enrollment, so don't delay [...]

Breakfast with the Easter Bunny

April 13th is BREAKFAST WITH THE BUNNY at First Presbyterian Church, 8am-noon. Pancake Breakfast provided by the Lions Club. Cash donations appreciated; benefits to the Huron Food Pantry. EGG HUNT at the Huron Boat Basin at 1pm. Ages 2-8. Free Admission; non-perishable food items donation for Huron Food Pantry also appreciated.

Earn Volunteer Hours as a Safety Town Counselor

Students - Volunteering as a SAFETY TOWN COUNSELOR is a fun way to earn volunteer hours! Openings are limited.! Volunteers must have completed 6th grade before Safety Town. New Counselor application can be completed here.

Register Now for Safety Town

Safety Town is a single, two week program, Monday-Thursday mornings, held on June 10-13 and June 17-20, 2019. The curriculum teaches important safety lessons to children planning to enter Kindergarten in the Fall 2019. Now is the time to register -- More information can be found here.

Reserve Your Space – City Wide Garage Sale June 1st

Spring will come, and with it Spring Clean-Up! Need some motivation for the clean-up? Plan now to turn those discarded items into CASH at the City-Wide Garage Sale on June 1st. More "get ready for season" motivation -- June 1st is also the first 2019 Boppin' on the Basin Concert - a sure sign of [...]

Story Hour During Spring Break

Home for spring break? Story hour is still going on. So get the kids out of the house and come to the library! Check out the schedule here  

16th Annual Cancer Services Spaghetti and Meatball Fundraiser

Enjoy a delicious spaghetti and meatball meal featuring the well-known Tony Gillingham Sauce made by Tony and Friends. *New Location*: Ten Fifty Eight Event Center, 1058 Cleveland Road, Sandusky. Cost is a $10 donation per ticket. For more information on tickets, call Cancer Services at 419-626-4548. Entertainment Includes: 1-2 pm Lance Horwedel 2-3 pm Walt [...]

Celebrate Huron – State of the Community

Join us for the Huron State of the Community meeting on Thursday, April 11 at 6:30pm at the BGSU Firelands Cedar Point Center. Enjoy refreshments as well as a meet and greet with representatives from the city, township, schools, chamber, library and BGSU Firelands. Any questions about the event can be directed to the Chamber [...]

State-Wide Tornado Drill: A Message from Andy White

In accordance with the Ohio Committee for Severe Weather Awareness, a state-wide tornado drill will take place on Wednesday, March 20 at 9:50 am. Tornado sirens will go off at that time. If this was in fact a true emergency, you would receive a notification from the National Weather Service. Please be aware that your [...]

Scams Targeting Seniors Seminar at the Library

Seniors are particularly vulnerable to fraud and scams. Many incidents likely go unreported. Learn about the latest scams targeting this population and find out how to protect yourself and your loved ones. Join us Thursday, March 21 at 10:30 am for this important program that can help you and your loved ones. And please share [...]


On Monday, March 18 at 6:30 pm attend this free information session, designed for both teens and their parents. The presentation will give an overview of the tests and include topics such as preparation, strategies, test differences, and subjects covered. Registration required here.

Under the Sea Ball – a Thank You

Thank you to everyone who attended the Under the Sea Ball on Friday! We had a blast and we raised over $3,000 to donate to Kick It and Alex’s Lemonade Stand for pediatric cancer! You can view all of the pictures taken in the Photo Booth by visiting the link below. Feel free to download, [...]

Dinner and A Show – Senior Citizens Dinner

Dinner and A Show – Senior Citizens Dinner Huron City Schools is pleased to once again host a popular event for local senior citizens. The annual A Dinner and a Show will take place at the Huron High School cafeteria on Thursday April 4. Senior Citizens will be served a complementary turkey dinner with all [...]

Huron Schools Seeks Executive Assistant to the Superintendent

Huron City Schools Employment Opportunity: We are currently accepting applications for Executive Assistant to the Superintendent. For more information please visit .

Huron Chamber of Commerce “Picture this…” Contest Submissions due 3/15

Huron Chamber of Commerce "Picture this..." Contest! Submit your favorite photo of Huron to the "Huron, Picture this..." Group and your photo will be considered for the cover of the 2019 Huron Chamber Community Guide! The person submitting the picture chosen will receive a Huron Prize Pack worth $100! Submitted pictures must: • include the [...]

BGSU Firelands gets high-tech makeover

View the Sandusky Register article here.

Huron’s lighthouse set for glowing upgrade

Check out the Register article here.

Huron City Schools Student of the Month for February 2019

Huron City Schools Student of the Month for February 2019 Kindergarten Eviana Hehrer Hazel Hargove Liam Hespen Layla Dingus First Grade Allis Francis Matthew Steinkopf Bo Hotz Bentley Rinehart Second Grade Kate mueller Ryan Beck Bradyn Rapp Bentley McGraw Third Grade Ly'Anna Broughton Nixon Dike Rylee Sheehan Thomas Torres Fourth Grade Aleah Bishop Madison Holeman [...]

By | March 8th, 2019|Local News|0 Comments

Huron City Schools Annual Senior Citizen’s Dinner and Show

Save the Date!   Thursday April 4, 2019 is Huron City Schools Annual Senior Citizen's Dinner and Show at no charge for Senior Citizens Dinner:  Dinner will be at Huron High School, doors will open at 5:00 pm Dinner will begin at 5:30 pm Entertainment: McCormick Jr. High School will have a final dress rehearsal performance [...]

By | March 7th, 2019|Local News|0 Comments

Library hosts Susan Shickley and the Pantry Principle

Join Susan Shickley, Program Assistant from Ohio State University Extension, at the Huron Library on Tuesday, March 5 at 6:30 pm for this program which will focus on tips to help you plan so you can make healthy, nutritious meals using the “pantry principle.” Included will be suggestions for healthy snacks, as well as a [...]

Seneca Falls to Suffrage: Stories of the First Wave

Join the Huron Library on Monday, March 4 at 6:30 pm for Seneca Falls to Suffrage: Stories of the First Wave. "We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men and women are created equal…” These words written by Elizabeth Cady Stanton in 1848 began a movement towards equality. Come and learn about the [...]

Celebrate Dr. Suess at BGSU Firelands

Come celebrate Dr. Suess' Birthday with the BGSU Firelands Library and Read Across America on March 5, 2019 from 5:30 to 7:00 PM. Join in storytelling, crafts, coloring, gift bags and more!

BGSU Firelands students, staff to perform opioid stories

View the Sandusky Register article here.

By | March 2nd, 2019|BGSU Firelands, Local News|0 Comments

New art exhibit at Little Gallery BGSU Firelands

Read the Sandusky Register article here

BGSU Firelands opens renovated health building

Read the Sandusky Register article here.

Huron diver Kerro finishes fifth at state, Wood 11th

Visit the Sandusky Register page here to read the article.

Friends of Old Woman Creek honors pair

Visit the Sandusky Register page here to read the article.

By | March 2nd, 2019|Announcements, Local News|0 Comments

Cody Thompson ready to see how he measures up at NFL combine

Read the exciting Sandusky Register article here.

By | March 2nd, 2019|Announcements, Local News|0 Comments

Huron City Council Minutes

Huron City Council held its regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday, February 26th at 6:30 PM at City Hall. The work session prior to the meeting has been canceled. You can review the agenda packet ahead of time by following the link here.

Blizzard Bags For 2019

Dear Huron Tiger Families and Community Members, In alignment with our district’s Vision, Mission and Core Values, and Mother Nature’s temperament, we are enacting our first Blizzard Bag of 2019. On February 12th, Huron City Schools closed due to weather conditions. This closure marked our sixth of the school year. Students will have two (2) [...]

H&R Block offering a FREE Tax Reform Checkup

Tax reform will impact virtually everyone. That’s why we’re offering a FREE Tax Reform Checkup service. Now you can speak one-on-one, in-person with an expert Tax Pro who will help you understand what the tax reform changes mean to you specifically. For more information, click here or contact Betti at 419-433-2083, [email protected]

Huron Library presents the Greg Bauman Jazztet

Greg Bauman’s first drumming gig was at age 14 and, now in his sixth decade, he’s more active than ever. Greg splits his time between Huron, Ohio and Kyoto, Japan where you’ll find him appearing with his own “Jazztet,” as well as with other American and Japanese jazz artists. For the past 2 years, Greg [...]

Huron Garden Club Presents the Ohio Prairie Story

On Thursday, February 21 at 6:30 pm, John Blakeman, prairie biologist and landscape designer, will tell the story of Ohio's native prairies, telling how they are being persevered locally, and how their beautiful vegetation can be used in innovative landscaping. Refreshments will be served. Registration required and can be accessed here.

Huron, firm working on ConAgra part ways

For all the latest details, visit the Sandusky Register page here.

By | February 19th, 2019|Announcements, City of Huron, Local News|0 Comments

Valentine’s Day fun at Shawnee Elementary

To see the fun and celebrations, read the Sandusky Register article here.

By | February 19th, 2019|Announcements, Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

Huron Superintendent Student Cabinet planning a Celebration of Mental Wellness Day

Superintendent's Student Cabinet planning a Celebration of Mental Wellness Day for Friday, March 22. Event will include guest speakers on topics such as stress management, anxiety, OCD, and eating disorders. Activities will include art therapy, meditation and yoga as well as therapy dogs. A fundraiser with proceeds going to a local charity will also be [...]

By | February 19th, 2019|Announcements, Events, Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

Huron’s Kerro wins district diving title

Read the Sandusky Register article here.

Huron Schools Hiring Substitutes

Huron Schools wants you to be a school substitute. Interested or have experience as a teacher, custodian or secretary, go to to apply for one of our many substitute openings.

By | February 19th, 2019|Announcements, Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

H&R Block offering a FREE Tax Reform Checkup

Tax reform will impact virtually everyone. That’s why we’re offering a FREE Tax Reform Checkup service. Now you can speak one-on-one, in-person with an expert Tax Pro who will help you understand what the tax reform changes mean to you specifically. For more information, click here or contact Betti at 419-433-2083, [email protected]

8th Grade Parent Meeting Rescheduled

The 8th Grade Parent Meeting originally scheduled for tonight in the McCormick Auditorium has been rescheduled for Tuesday, February 19, starting at 5:30pm. This is an important meeting for parents of current 8th grade students to learn more about HHS.

Learn to Sail at the Huron Library

Feeling a case of the winter doldrums? Think to warmer days ahead and learn about a compelling hobby made possible by our Great Lake! This presentation on Tuesday, February 19 at 6:30 pm outlines the Sandusky Sailing Club "Learn to Sail Program," which includes junior, adult, community, and adaptive sail courses. Learn about programs that [...]

Advertisers Wanted for Spring Musical

It’s High School Musical time!!! Support our AWESOME musical department! Go Tigers! Spring is around the corner and with it comes the Huron High School Musical. This year's show will be Bye Bye Birdie. A loving send-up of the early 1960's, small-town America, teenagers and rock & roll. Please consider sponsoring the show with an [...]

By | February 12th, 2019|Announcements, Events, Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

Huron Swim Team Wins Skillet Meet

Congratulations to our Huron Swimmers, Divers and Coaches on not only winning the Iron Skillet Meet but for the fun rivalry and friendships you have created with the Polar Bears! Go Tigers!

Kindergarten and Preschool Screening Dates

Kindergarten & Preschool Screening: Please share this important message with family, friends and neighbors. Any repost of this message would be greatly appreciated. Huron City Schools will conduct registration and screening for incoming Kindergarten/Preschool children on March 12, 14 & 15. The screening will take place at the Huron United Methodist Church, 338 Williams St. [...]

By | February 12th, 2019|Announcements, Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

Spring City-Wide Garage Sale

Have faith ... Spring will come! If you are interested in turning your Spring clean-up into CASH -- be sure to check-out the City-Wide Garage Sale registration information here.

By | February 12th, 2019|Announcements, City of Huron, Events, Local News|0 Comments

Parks and Recreation Announces Summer Employment Opportunities

We are accepting applications for Summer Employment opportunities. Note that a valid drivers license is required -- and Students who have schedule limitations due to extra curricular/sport activities, should note those time restraints on their application. If you enjoy working outside, and are committed to representing your community in the best possible way -- we [...]

Kerro wins sectional diving title, swimming begins Saturday

Visit the Sandusky Register page here to view the article.

Huron students try out standing desks

Read the Sandusky Register article here.

By | February 12th, 2019|Announcements, Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

Cornell’s Foods Super One Day Sale

CORNELL’S FOODS SUPER ONE DAY SALE! Saturday, February 9, 2019 FEATURING THESE ITEMS   USDA Select New York Strip Steaks - $6.99/lb Boneless Pork Loin Chops - $1.99/lb Boneless Skinless Pre. Frozen Chicken Breast - $1.59/lb   LOL Yellow or White American Cheese - $4.99/lb Russer Virginia Ham - $2.99/lb Russer Roast Beef - $2.99/lb [...]

By | February 5th, 2019|Announcements, Local News|0 Comments

Indoor Soccer @ Shawnee is CANCELLED

Indoor Soccer @ Shawnee is CANCELLED for this evening, Jan. 31st due to "No School" weather. Based on weather forecast, we expect Indoor Soccer Saturday League @ Woodlands to be held as scheduled.

4th annual Father/Daughter Dance

Save the date!! The 4th annual Father/Daughter Dance, hosted by the HHS Teen Leadership Corps, will be held at Woodlands on March 8th from 7:30-9pm. Look for registration forms going home with your little mermaid next week! This is for Shawnee and Woodlands students. Visit our Facebook page here for more information.

2nd Annual Lake Front Market Date Announced

Join us on Saturday June 8 at 10am for our 2nd annual Lake Front Market! LFM is an open-air marketplace at one of Huron's most scenic beaches. This event will host over 60 vendors featuring art, apparel, accessories, home decor, children's items, candles, fresh flowers, and even something for your furry friend. We will also [...]

Important Message from the City of Huron Water Department

Due to sub-zero temperatures, ice formation in and around the water plant intake has limited water production capability. Water Department personnel have and will continue to implement alternative means to try and increase water intake and production. At this time, the City of Huron is asking that all residents make every effort to conserve water [...]

Huron teachers chosen to attend national conference

Read the Sandusky Register article here.

By | January 23rd, 2019|Announcements, Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

College Credit Plus (CCP) Information Night

The College Credit Plus (CCP) Information Night for interested parents and students in grades six through eleven. David Janik from BGSU Firelands will provide basic information and answer questions regarding the CCP Program for the 2019-20 school year on Tuesday, January 29th at 6:30 pm in the McCormick Middle School Auditorium. If parents are unable to [...]

Library Presents Winters on Sandusky Bay

The Maritime Museum of Sandusky takes us back in time 100 years ago when the protected waters of Sandusky Bay were great for skating and ice boating on Thursday, January 24 at 6:30pm. But many locals also worked out on the ice by transporting goods to the Lake Erie islands, icebreaking, on passenger boats, and [...]

Stroke Prevention at the Library

Join the Library for Stroke Prevention on Thursday, January 24 at 11am. Presented by the Kingston Community, this talk provides an overview of strokes, teaching about the different types, and the changes in the brain that can result. You will learn the risk factors of a stroke and what you can do to prevent one. [...]

Live with Friends presents Patrick Woods

Join the Library on Sunday, January 27 at 3pm for Live with Friends presents Patrick Woods. Patrick Woods has carved out his unique brand of up-tempo driving acoustic instrumentals that are complex enough to be appreciated by advanced musicians, but melodic enough to be enjoyed by the average music lover. His ambitious playing earned him [...]

State of the City Scheduled for January 29

Huron City Manager, Andy White, will present a talk at the Huron Library on what is new for 2019. He will cover capital projects on the slate and what we can expect to see in Huron in the new year. A questions and answer period with the audience will follow the talk. Registration encouraged.

Saturday Youth Enrichment at EHOVE

Designed for 1st-9th graders (and a few for adults!), classes will be on Saturday mornings in February and will include:  carpentry, welding, arts & crafts, pets, acting, science, computer, painting, music, yoga, drone racing, cooking, sewing and more! Adults can relax in the Cyber Café with their own laptop or one of EHOVE’s computers or [...]

By | January 23rd, 2019|Announcements, Events, Local News|0 Comments

Huron Helping Hands Food Pantry Assisting Furloughed Workers

Due to the government shutdown, Helping Hands food pantry invites all government workers in Erie County that are furloughed or not receiving a check to come to the pantry during the shutdown. The pantry is open Wednesdays 9a.m.-3p.m. and Thursdays from 10a,m,-2p.m. Any questions call please 419-616-0088.

By | January 23rd, 2019|Announcements, City of Huron, Local News|0 Comments

Huron Schools Announces New Program with Coca-Cola Consolidated

View the Sandusky Register Between the Lines Youtube video here.

By | January 23rd, 2019|Announcements, Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

Parking Ban Reminder

With the wild winter weather we have been experiencing, please be mindful of Huron's parking ban rules that go into effect for all city streets. This means that as soon as the snow fall reaches 2 inches within a twenty-four hour time period, you can not leave your vehicle on the street. Residents are asked [...]

Auditor: Gull Motel sold for $689K

Read the full Sandusky Register Article here

By | January 23rd, 2019|City of Huron, Local News|0 Comments

2019 Community Guide Applications Available

The Huron Chamber of Commerce is happy to announce the upcoming edition of the Huron Community Guide in collaboration with the city, township, schools, library, historical society and more. This is a great way to share your message and market to all residents and businesses. Contact Amy Roldan at [email protected] or 419-433-5700 for an application [...]

Huron City Schools Recognizes Students of the Month for December 2018

Kindergarten Nichole Hicks Brienne Collier Connor Gibboney Odin Parthemorest 1st Grade Avery Dangler Zander Kaufman Chase Stamper Mattie Hager 2nd Grade Jonathan Fisher McKenna Mize Porter Lirot Joe Farrell 3rd Grade Joshua Felter Brynn Dennis Dylan Frole Isiah Walton 4th Grade Lydia Hager Peyton Hoffman Ava Manner Elinor White 5th Grade Parker Camp Cmeron Templeton [...]

By | January 14th, 2019|Local News|0 Comments

Erie MetroParks Bringing Colossal Butterfly and Creatures to Osborn Park

Erie MetroParks: “The driving motivation behind the 1-mile trail is to encourage families to experience nature education while increasing physical activity. With the play pods placed throughout the length of the trail, children will be given an incentive to take a walk in nature with the promise of a place to stop, play and discover.” [...]

By | January 10th, 2019|Announcements, Events, Local News|0 Comments

Give Kids a Smile Day

Join the Erie County Health Department and Stefano Dental on February 15 from 1-5 pm for a day of free dental care for children ages 1-18 at the Health Department Office. For more details or any questions, please contact the Erie County Health Department at 419-626-5623.

By | January 10th, 2019|Announcements, Events, Local News|0 Comments

BGSU Firelands Lion Statue History

Do you know the story behind the two lion statues at the east entrance to the James H. McBride Arboretum? They were carved by hand from Berea Limestone and were completed in 1894! They traveled for a long time before finding their home at BGSU Firelands. Today they gaze across the courtyard at Foundation Hall, [...]

By | January 10th, 2019|BGSU Firelands, Local News|0 Comments

Register for Spring Semester at BGSU Firelands

New and returning students! Have you registered for spring semester? It's not too late! The spring session begins on January 28. Register here.

By | January 10th, 2019|Announcements, BGSU Firelands, Local News|0 Comments

BGSU Firelands Offering Degrees in Business and Communications

A degree in business or communication leads to many different careers! Our alumni work in marketing, management, public relations, finance, event planning - or they go on to graduate school in business, communication, law, and more. Apply to a Business or Communication program this month for free here!

By | January 10th, 2019|Announcements, BGSU Firelands, Local News|0 Comments

Understanding Living Wills and Advanced Directives Presentation

On Thursday, January 10 at 6:30 pm, Amanda Cloud from Firelands Regional Medical Center discusses living wills and power of attorney documents. These documents help guide your medical decisions when you are unable to make these decisions for yourself, as well as allowing you to designate an individual to make these decisions for you should [...]

CCYT Performs at 2019 Junior Theater Festival

The 2019 CCYT Competition Team is proud to be representing BGSU Firelands and Caryl Crane Youth Theatre at the 2019 Junior Theater Festival. Thanks to Patty and Giovanni Bignoli of Bignoli Enterprises for making it all possible!

By | January 8th, 2019|Announcements, Events, Local News|0 Comments

Huron City Schools High School Junior Nicholas Walsh, Creates Iron Man Helmet

Nicholas Walsh is a Huron High School Junior, who has not only designed but also constructed  a helmet similar to what Tony Stark wears in the "Iron Man".  Using a 3D printer, he created 11 pieces to build his product.  Inside the helmet are very small motors and a micro-controller that he programmed to open [...]

By | January 8th, 2019|Local News|0 Comments

2019 Youth Soccer Session Starting

Begins in January - 2019 YOUTH INDOOR SOCCER - with Huron HS Coaches & Players! BOTH SESSIONS @ SHAWNEE ARE FULL (PRE-K and KINDERGARTENS STUDENTS  -- THURSDAY EVENINGS). OPENINGS STILL AVAILABLE FOR SATURDAY LEAGUE @ WOODLANDS -- Grades 1-2 at Noon-1pm.  Grades 3-4 at 1:15-2:30pm.  Grades 5-6-7 at 2:45-4:00pm.  Saturday Leagues begin Jan. 19th. PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED. CLICK HERE for more information [...]

By | January 8th, 2019|Announcements, City of Huron, Local News|0 Comments

To Commute or Not to Commute – BGSU Firelands Student Featured in Norwalk Reflector

In this Norwalk Reflector article, freshman Erica Miller talks about the benefits of commuting to the BGSU Firelands campus.

By | January 8th, 2019|BGSU Firelands, Local News|0 Comments

Huron Schools recognized for clean finances

Read the Sandusky Register article here

By | December 28th, 2018|Announcements, Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

Huron Teachers Recognized for Enthusiasm and Innovation

Huron City Schools STEM teacher Mary James and 8th grade science instructor Leah Lacrosse were recently recognized for their instructional leadership and dedication to teaching. Both were the only area educators selected by and the Ohio Soybean Council to participate in a national three-day professional learning opportunity. Each year the Ohio Soybean Council takes 3-4 Ohio [...]

By | December 28th, 2018|Announcements, Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

Register for Spring Semester

New and returning students! Have you registered for spring semester? The spring session begins on January 28.

By | December 21st, 2018|Announcements, BGSU Firelands, Local News|0 Comments

Library Art Show Winners

We have some VERY talented local artists! Every December artists that have exhibited in the gallery are invited to display again for the honor of winning "Best in Show" as selected by our patrons. Here are this years results: 3rd place (3-way tie): Dominic Sberna, Eileen Rockwell, and Kathleen Herald 2nd Place: Bernard Bong 1st [...]

McCormick National Geography Bee Winner

Congratulations to 7th grader Kayla Weyer on winning this year's C! Great job to all students involved.

By | December 21st, 2018|Announcements, Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

PTO Brings Author Mary Kay Carson to the Woodlands

Yesterday author Mary Kay Carson came to Woodlands to visit with our students. This is one of the things that PTO pays for yearly. Thank you for your support so we are able to provide experiences like this for our students.

By | December 21st, 2018|Announcements, Events, Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

Huron Students Participate in Erie County Land Use Debate

One of the two groups of students who participated in the Erie County Land Use Debate presented their project to the Huron Board of Education during the boards December meeting. Students presenting, left to right were Gavin Grashel, Jared Lenczyk, Jackson Campbell, Gabe Liu. Board members were impressed with the level of detail and quality of [...]

By | December 21st, 2018|Announcements, Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

Abbey Rose Foundation Donates to Schools

Thank you to the Abbey Rose Foundation for your generous donation to help purchase CPR mannequins. Your donation will help support child safety.

By | December 21st, 2018|Announcements, Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

Huron School Winter Break Schedule

Reminder.... All Huron City School buildings release 65 minutes early on Friday, December 21st. Winter break (no school) from December 22-January 2. School resumes at normal times on January 3, 2019.

By | December 21st, 2018|Announcements, Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

Huron nixes boat storage facility at former ConAgra site

Read the Sandusky Register article here.

By | December 21st, 2018|Announcements, City of Huron, Local News|0 Comments

RV Resort in Huron Township Rejected

Read the Sandusky Register article here

By | December 14th, 2018|Announcements, Huron Township, Local News|0 Comments

New Year, New You Health Fair

Wouldn’t you like to eat healthy snacks and to enter to win great prizes including: a $25 gift card at a local restaurant; $15 gift card to Rooted; gift basket; gift certificates; health food and nutritional supplements; natural, herbal foaming hand wash and dispensers; meat thermometers; a painting; and more? Wouldn’t you like to spend a few hours talking to professionals who could help you keep your New Years resolutions to make healthier choices, to exercise, to eat better, to stress less, and to find more natural products with which to maintain your health and your home? YOU CAN! Please save the date for our upcoming Health Fair! Join us for the New Year, New You Health Fair on Saturday, January 5 from 10am to noon at the Huron Public Library. Registration is not required, but is encouraged – click here. […]

Huron City School District Receives Recognition of AP Honor Roll

Huron City Schools has received its 9th Annual College Board AP Honor Roll.  Huron is one of 373 districts across the US and Canada and one of 21 districts in Ohio to receive recognition.  

By | December 12th, 2018|Local News|0 Comments

Girls Varsity Basketball Scores

December 8 - Huron loses to Margaretta 87 - 25

Boys Varsity Basketball Scores

December 7 - Huron beats Oak Harbor 54 - 44 December 8 - Huron loses to Perkins 43 - 28

ECEDC is Hiring a Bookkeeper

Who's got an interest in finances and Erie County? ECEDC is hiring! We are looking for an experienced bookkeeper to join our team. Please share with any friends interested in a part-time role. Resumes and cover letters due by December 21st. Details available here -

By | December 10th, 2018|Announcements, Local News|0 Comments

BGSU Firelands FAFSA Deadline

Students! Don't forget to file your FAFSA for the 2019-2020 school year! Student Financial Aid and Scholarships will begin awarding financial aid for the upcoming school year in the early spring. BGSU's priority deadline is January 15!

By | December 8th, 2018|Announcements, BGSU Firelands, Local News|0 Comments

Former Keys Golf Course could turn into RV park

For more details, check out the Sandusky Register article here.

Huron Epic Bots Competes at BGSU

The Huron “Epic Bots” robotics team competed for the 2nd year under the direction of their teachers, Patty Ryan and Matt Asher at the Falcons BEST Robotics competition at BGSU Stroh Arena on November 11th, 2018. The challenge this year asked our high school students to create a Robot that could ride on the ocean's [...]

Congratulations to Woodlands 6th Grade Academic Challenge Team

Congratulations to the Woodlands 6th grade academic challenge team. They repeated as the Erie, Huron, Ottawa and Sandusky County academic challenge champions.

By | December 8th, 2018|Announcements, Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

HHS STEAM Class Visits Humanetics

Huron High School STEAM class visited Humanetics today. The class saw how crash test dummies were made and tested! Thank you Mark Brown and Keith Alto.

By | December 8th, 2018|Announcements, Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

Huron Schools Receives Placement on the 9th Annual AP District Honor Roll

Huron City Schools is one of 373 school districts across the U.S. and Canada, and one of 21 districts in Ohio being honored by the College Board with placement on the 9th Annual AP District Honor Roll. To be included on the 9th Annual Honor Roll, Huron Schools had to, since 2016, increase the number of [...]

By | December 8th, 2018|Announcements, Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

Erie County Board of DD Presents Sensory Santa

SENSORY SANTA at the Sandusky Mall this Sunday - December 9 from 9am - 11am! Avoid the crowds and noise by visiting Santa before open hours. Free, fun sensory friendly activities will be offered for families wishing to attend. Photo packages will also be available for purchase.

By | December 8th, 2018|Announcements, Events, Local News|0 Comments

Huron implementing new tax laws for overnight stays

Check out the details in the Sandusky Register article here.

By | December 8th, 2018|Announcements, City of Huron, Local News|0 Comments

Huron City Schools Student of the Month for November 2018

Kindergarten: Sophia Gorby Noah Bilecki Ian Krupp Koti Malone First Grade: Warrick Dike Emma Manley Anneliese Torres Grace Jackson Second Grade: Evan Stuckey Bobby Kurth Mary Wascovich Lauren LaCivita Third Grade: SamanthaChinn KayleeLewallen NolanRoth KeeganThompson Fourth Grade: RyanHand JosephHeitz ConnerLewis JaxNiese Fifth Grade: RyleeDuffy JazmineJohnson CaidenKuhar MadysonMaynard Sixth Grade: AlexanderEngland EllaRansom DominicTooman MayaVance Seventh Grade: [...]

By | December 5th, 2018|Local News|0 Comments

Boys Varsity Basketball Scores

12/1 - Loss to Bellevue: 45-30 12/3 - Win over Norwalk: 44-33

Girls Varsity Basketball Scores

11/24 - Loss to St. Paul: 55-28 11/29 - Win over Monroeville: 57-45 12/1 - Loss to Oak Harbor: 66-31

Elementary Schools and Library to Deliver Letters to Santa

Local kids can start sending their letters to Santa early. Drop off locations with mailboxes include Shawnee, The Woodlands and the Library. Letters will be delivered directly to the North Pole and Santa will be sending letters back in response. Be sure to include a self-addressed stamped envelope with your drop off.

Huron Swimmers Travel to Danbury for Practice

Read the Sandusky Register feature here.

Get Connected with Senior Serving Organizations

Join us at Gathering Grounds on December 11 from 11-1 to get connected with Senior Serving Organizations to gather information and ask questions about services for yourself or a family member. Participating organizations will provide information including legal, social, residential, educational, and much more. Join us for coffee, snacks and giveaways. We hope to see [...]

Mucci Farms to Host Informational Session on Grow Lights

View the Sandusky Register article here.

Delayed Start for Schools on December 7

All Huron City Schools students will follow a two-hour delayed start schedule on Friday, December 7. The district scheduled three delayed starts throughout the school year, to serve as professional learning sessions for all faculty and staff. Each Vertical Alignment session allows for all staff to meet as departments, and across grade levels to review [...]

Girls Varsity Basketball Scores 11-29

Monroeville - 44 Huron - 51

Volunteers Needed for Holiday Shop at Shawnee and Woodlands

Attention all of Santa's helpers! The Huron PTO is in need of additional help for both Shawnee (THIS WEEK) and Woodlands (next week) Santa Shops! Volunteers will be helping elementary students pick out presents for their families. Sign up links for each school are included below. SHAWNEE: WOODLANDS:

By | November 28th, 2018|Announcements, Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

Walking at the Woodlands

FREE PROGRAM--Walking at Woodlands is now offered on Mondays from 6-7:30 pm. Pre-registration NOT required (walking on school days only). A great way to stay active over the winter -- bring a friend to enjoy safe, indoor walking! *Please enter from the door on the east side of the building.

Huron’s Scroggins named to All-Ohio first team

Read the Sandusky Register article here.

Leaf Pickup Continues

The City's Street Department completed its 2nd round of leaf pickup on Friday the 9th. Crews will be focusing on the east side of town November 27 and 28. If the weather holds, crews anticipate getting to the central part of town by November 29 and west side of town by either November 30 or [...]

By | November 27th, 2018|Announcements, City of Huron, Local News|0 Comments

BGSU Firelands Allied Health Building Slated to Open January 2019

The Allied Health Sciences project is in its final weeks! Construction is almost complete and audio visual equipment and furniture is coming soon!!! Looking forward to our January 2019 opening! Check here for progress and pictures.

By | November 21st, 2018|Announcements, BGSU Firelands, Local News|0 Comments

Huron PTO Raises Monday for Woodlands Playground

  The Huron PTO and its volunteer's recently raised funds for Woodland's future playground. Thank you Huron PTO for supporting our students.

By | November 21st, 2018|Announcements, Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

Nearhood Recognized by Ohio School Board Association

Congratulations to Caitlin Nearhood (Sandusky Register, Education Reporter) for being recognized by the Ohio School Board Association and their media honor roll. Your dedication to reporting education in Erie County is valued and appreciated.

By | November 21st, 2018|Announcements, Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

Huron Schools Healthy Weight Action Team

Youth Healthy Weight Action Team - Established by the Erie County Health Department Huron was approached to pilot a project for standing desk in a classroom. They promote the initiative titled “Erie County Chooses Healthy Living”. The goal of this initiative is to enact policy, systems, and/or environment changes that enable residents to make healthy [...]

By | November 21st, 2018|Announcements, Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

McCormick’s Food Drive Success

Thank you to our students and families for making McCormick's food drive a success! Your thoughtful donations will go to help those in need during this winter season.

Huron and Vermilion Students Come Together to Support Fellow Teammate

Read the Sandusky Register article here

Huron Students Sign Letters of Intent

Huron’s Kerro to dive at UNLV, Fortune to play soccer at Lake Erie - Read the Sandusky Register article here.

Holiday Music Performance Schedule Released

All will be held at the McCormick Auditorium at 7pm. Everyone is welcome to attend. December 5 at 7pm: 5-6 grade choir December 10 at 7pm: High School Choir December 12 @ 7pm: 6-7 grade band December 17 @ 7: 8th grade and High School Band December 19 @ 7pm: 7-8 grade choir

By | November 21st, 2018|Announcements, Events, Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

Huron Helping Hands Gives Back

Thanks to Huron Knights of Columbus, the Chapel and the missions council of Saint Peters Elementary school in Huron Ohio for your generous food donations this past week to help the hurting and hungry in our area. Pictured are the students from Saint Peters who also loaded up the truck.

Don’t Forget About Small Business Saturday

Small Business Saturday is this coming weekend, November 24. Check out the local vendors and businesses that will be participating here.

By | November 21st, 2018|Announcements, City of Huron, Events, Local News|0 Comments

Huron Supporters Donate Land to the City

Visit the Sandusky Register page here to view the article.

By | November 21st, 2018|Announcements, City of Huron, Local News|0 Comments

Enter to Win Free Books Through the Library

Thanks to a grant from the American Society of Radiologic Technologists, the Huron Public Library has a display of books on this fascinating branch of science. Learn all about the x-ray, Madame Curie, the use of radiation in medical treatments and much more. Through November 30 enter to win FREE books for adults and children, [...]

Huron’s Fortune Named First-Team All-Ohio

Sandusky's Max Corso and Huron's Baylor Fortune were each named first-team All-Ohio over the weekend by the Ohio Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association. Read the Register article here.

Huron Schools to Host Social Media Presentations

Read the Sandusky Register article here

By | November 13th, 2018|Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

Huron City Schools and BGSU Firelands Team Up on Robotics

Getting after it early this morning at BGSU’s FalconBest Robotics competition! Solving today’s issues for a better tomorrow w C-Turtle ❤️🐢

By | November 13th, 2018|BGSU Firelands, Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

An Inside Look at Huron’s Marijuana Facility

Read the Register's article here

By | November 13th, 2018|City of Huron, Huron Township, Local News|0 Comments

Chamber and High School Team Up on Ohio Means Jobs

Huron Chamber of Commerce and the Huron High School have partnered to provide the Ohio Means Jobs - Readiness Seal. The program provides high school students with the opportunity the opportunity for real life experiences with the support of local businesses through mentorship, job shadowing, student interviews, community service and leadership opportunities. Join us for [...]

Huron City Schools Congratulates Academic Challenge Teams

Congratulations: 6th Grade took 1st place which qualifies them for the tri-county meet 5th Grade placed 3rd HCS would  also like to thank Mrs. Sherry Rowen for her guidance with the Academic Challenge Teams and also the HCS staff who have contributed to the students success, we are very proud  of our Tigers  

By | November 12th, 2018|Local News|0 Comments

Huron City Schools October 2018 Student of the Month

Shawnee Elementary: Kindergarten:  Mara Green, Kailyn Arnold, Kaiden Zakrajsek, Paxtn Lirot First Grade:  Valentino Munoz, Sam Caporini, Noah Bor, Kori Boesch Second Grade:  Brayden Sas, Wes King, Macen Petz, Imogen Lally Woodlands Intermediate: Third Grade:  Carter Beres, Reece Hotz, Ethan Jacobs, Isabella Smith Fourth Grade:  Elizabeth Campbell, Addison Monk, Elliahna Patterson, Lindsay Wainwright Fifth Grade:  [...]

By | November 12th, 2018|Local News|0 Comments

Varsity Football Scores

Van Wert - 33 Huron - 14

Girls Varsity Volleyball Scores

Liberty Benton - 3 Huron - 1

Huron Winter Fest

Winter Fest on North Main at our Great Lake Place! Come out on Saturday, December 8 from 3 - 8pm and enjoy holiday fun for all ages. Visit the Chamber's Facebook page here for more information on the event and to view the vendor sponsor form.

Huron Senior to Compete in State Scholarship Pageant

View the Sandusky Register article here

By | November 7th, 2018|Announcements, City of Huron, Local News|0 Comments

Huron Vetos Water Rate Increase

Read the Sandusky Register article here

By | November 7th, 2018|Announcements, City of Huron, Local News|0 Comments

Lagando Named First Team All-Ohio Honors

Huron's Olivia Lagando, Oak Harbor's Peyton Bloomer and Monroeville's Stacia Stieber all earned first-team all-Ohio honors Sunday. Read more from the Sandusky Register here.

Triple Threat Leadership Coming to Huron Schools

Huron City Schools is pleased to bring Dr. Scott Grant and Triple Threat Leadership to students, parents and community members. Four presentations are scheduled for Wednesday, November 14. Three separate assemblies will be presented to students grades 5-10 and an evening presentation, starting at 6:00pm in the McCormick Junior High School auditorium, is planned for parents, [...]

Library Presents DeWayne and Tracie Henson

On Sunday, November 4 at 3 pm the Friends of the Library host DeWayne and Tracie Henson, who have been playing music together for over 22 years.Tracie plays the hammered dulcimer and DeWayne adds a unique style of finger-picking to the Auto Harp, a 5-string bluegrass banjo and a 12 string Taylor guitar. Please come [...]

Girls Golf All-SBC

View the Sandusky Register article here

McCormick Junior High Receives Donation

Huron Playhouse donates $5,000 to McCormick Junior High

By | October 31st, 2018|Announcements, Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

Tiger Football Playoffs

The official Division 4 Region 14 playoff bracket can be viewed here. The Tigers travel to Van Wert, Ohio this Saturday with kickoff at 7:00PM  

Huron Police Reach Union Deal

Click here to read the Sandusky Register article

By | October 31st, 2018|City of Huron, Local News|0 Comments

Fortune Named D3 Player of the Year

Huron’s Baylor Fortune was named Division III girls soccer player of the year in the North Central District, the district coaches association announced Monday. View the article by Andy Ouriel for the Sandusky Register here.

Huron Schools Parent Council

Members of the Huron Patents Council met on October 26 to discuss all things related to our amazing school district and public education in general. Thanks to our parents for willing to be engaged.

By | October 29th, 2018|Announcements, Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

Run Tigers Run – Huron Cross Country

Click here to read the Sandusky Register article

Huron Varsity Football Scores

Huron - 24 Edison -14

“Never Gets Old” – Huron Beats Crestview to Win District Title

Volleyball final score - Huron: 3, Crestview: 1 Click here to view the Sandusky Register article.

Thank You for Supporting the433

Thank you everyone who came out to enjoy the view and help launch “the433” App. the433 App is something the Huron Chamber of Commerce has been under development with for over a year, made possible by contributors...H&R Block, Gathering Grounds, Wilkes, and Firelands Wealth Management. It is EVERYTHING HURON! Download it on your smartphones. Visit [...]

The Library Presents “Wild in Ohio”

Ever seen a Bald Eagle up close? Owls? Snakes? Reptiles? Oh my! Please join us Saturday, November 3 at 10 AM for this all ages event to see Ohio's amazing wildlife with your own eyes. Presented by Back to the Wild, a wildlife rehabilitation and nature education center in Castalia, the Huron Library will host [...]

Student Art Reception at the Huron Library

On Thursday, November 1 at 6:30 pm come to the Huron Library to see the artwork of local student artists who attend the watercolor classes taught by Clela Neale at the Zion Lutheran Christian Center. The painters are all ages, skill levels, and use various watercolor techniques with a wide variety of subjects. You are [...]

Celebrate 50 years of the Erie Metroparks

Help us celebrate 50 years of the Erie Metroparks throughout the month of November. Come out during the events or spend an afternoon taking in the beautiful parks around Huron that are open year-round. Visit the Chamber Facebook page for a complete listing of events and more details.

Fall Choir Concert Hits All the High Notes

Over at McCormick Middle School, Huron High School had their fall choir concert where the students involved put on a great show for the community to enjoy! View the video on the BCSNErie Facebook page here.

District III Final Volleyball Coverage

BSCNErie going to be at Willard HS tonight for a HS volleyball Division III District Final game between Crestview High School (Ashland, Ohio) and Huron City Schools. See the game tomorrow at 10 AM on #BCSNE Ch. 7/643 HD and the BCSN NOW app. 🏐

BCSN Announces Coverage of Girls Soccer Semi-Final

Today we will be at Genoa HS for HS girls soccer between Woodmore Local Schools and Huron City Schools in a Division III District Semifinal matchup. See the game tomorrow at 10 AM on #BCSNE Ch. 7/643 HD and the BCSN NOW app! ⚽️

Donations Being Accepted for Sawmill Creek Festival of Lights

Support the Huron Chamber of Commerce and all we do in Huron. Donate an item or service to be displayed during Sawmill Creek's Festival of Lights on Saturday, November 24. Contact the Chamber at [email protected] or 419-433-5700 for more details.

Girls Volleyball Advances to District Finals

In HS volleyball, the Huron Tigers defeated Western Reserve in 3 sets and move on to the District Final. #BCSNE 🏐 Final Score: Huron - 3, Western Reserve - 0 Visit BCSNE's Facebook page here to view the video Click here to read the Sandusky Register article

City Council Financial Committee Opening

The City of Huron is accepting applications to fill a vacancy on the City Council Finance Committee. Members on this board must be residents of the city and will serve in a voluntary capacity. Background in Finance/Accounting desired. This committee has set quarterly meetings at 5:00pm, meets additionally as needed, and holds several weekly budget [...]

By | October 24th, 2018|Announcements, City of Huron, Local News|0 Comments

Shop Local on Small Business Saturday

Mark your calendars for the upcoming Small Business Saturday. Saturday, November 24 from 8am - 1pm, Gathering Grounds will be hosting the Small Business Saturday Mega Pop-Up. Come visit with Unsalted Boutique, Willow Elizabeth, Fancy Me Boutique, Bake Erie, Lake Love Lettering, Storybook Candle Co & Beagle Bay Knot Works. Grab your hand-warming latte & support [...]

the433 Rooftop VIP Event

Help us officially launch the433 app - your guide to everything Huron on Thursday, October 25 at 5pm at the Old Fish House. Join us on the red carpet for specialty cocktails, light appetizers and giveaways. The celebratory ribbon cutting for the new rooftop deck will be held while we are there at 5:15. Please [...]

Huron Dominates All: SBC Volleyball, Soccer

Click here to view the Sandusky Register article

Division III District Semifinal Volleyball Game

BCSN Erie traveled to Willard HS today for the Division III District Semifinal volleyball game between Western Reserve Schools and Huron City Schools. See the game tomorrow, October 24 at 10:30 AM on #BCSNE Ch. 7/643 HD and the BCSN NOW app.

Huron Schools Celebrate Green Day

The Green Apple initiative continues to support an energy conservation mindset for all students and staff. Developing energy consumption habits that will positively impact the environment!

By | October 23rd, 2018|Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

UPDATE: Road Closure Notice

DATE CHANGE: The Erie County Water Division will be closing Galloway Rd. to through traffic from Hull Rd. to East Perkins Ave. on Wednesday, October 25 from 9am until 3pm to make repairs to a water main break at the intersection of Galloway Rd. and East Perkins Ave. If you have any questions, please contact [...]

Huron v. Lexington Boys Varsity Soccer Score

Score for 10/22 game Lexington - 3 Huron - 0

Huron Varsity Girls Soccer 2018 Scores

8/1 - Port Clinton (W) 9-0 8/17 - Perkins (W) 4-0 8/21 -Mansfield Christian (W)  3-0 8/27 - Edison (W) 2-0 8/29 - Port Clinton (W) 9-0 9/10 - Genoa Area (W) 3-1 9/12 - Vermilion (W) 5-0 9/17 - Edison (W) 2-0 9/20 - Port Clinton (W) 8-0 9/22 - Sandusky (W) 6-0 9/24 [...]

Huron Boys Varsity Soccer 2018 Scores

8/17 - Perkins (W) 1-0 8/20 - Sandusky (T) 3-3 8/22 - Brookside (L) 1-0 8/27 - Edison (T) 1-1 8/29 - Port Clinton (W) 9-1 9/5 - Oak Harbor (T) 0-0 9/10 - Willard (W) 2-0 9/12 - Old Fort (W) 7-0 9/17 - Edison (T) 1-1 9/20 - Port Clinton (W) 6-0 9/22 [...]

Huron Varsity Girls Volleyball 2018 Scores

8/25 - Findlay (W) 3-0 8/28 - Oak Harbor (W) 3-0 8/30 - Margaretta (W) 3-0 9/4 - Port Clinton (W) 3-0 9/6 - Edison (W) 3-0 9/8 - Jefferson Area (W) 2-0 9/8 - Lake Catholic (W) 2-0 9/8 - Gilmour Academy (W) 2-1 9/10 - Perkins (W) 3-0 9/13 - Vermilion (W) 3-0 [...]

Huron Varsity Football Scores 2018

8/24 - Perkins (W) 31-7 8/31 - Sandusky (L) 35-7 9/7 - Roger Bacon (W) 27-26 9/14 - Southeast (W) 21-0 9/21 - Scott (W) 31-14 9/28 - Shelby (W) 42 -7 10/5 - Oak Harbor (L) 35 -28 10/12 - Vermilion (W) 31-7 10/19 - Port Clinton (L) 12 -7

New Library Director

The Friends of the Huron Library welcomed our new Library Director Vicky Ritchie, picture with Friends of the Library President Barbara Wilson.

The Mickey Mouse Club Christmas Concert

Caryl Crane Youth Theatre’s “The Mickey Mouse Club Christmas Concert” is back, this year at the historic Sandusky State Theatre, bringing 90 years of Disney songs to life on stage in a holiday musical spectacular! Travel into a child’s imagination on an enchanted journey through popular Disney classics, including Beauty and the Beast, Mulan, Tarzan, [...]

Huron Seniors Score High on National Merit Test

Click here to view the Sandusky Register article

By | October 22nd, 2018|Announcements, Huron Schools, Local News|0 Comments

Save the Date – Rotary Costume Party

Be sure to bring out all your ghost, witches, clowns and goblins to the Annual Rotary Trick-or-Treat!!! View the details here.

Huron Added to the Most Laid Back Small Town List

Our beautiful Huron is being recognized for an attribute we all come to enjoy - one of the Most Laid Back Small Towns in Ohio. Click here to view the article.

Leaf Pickup Options

As we approach the fall season, we want to make sure everyone is aware of the changes to the leaf pickup program. All residents will now have two methods for leaf disposal: typical yard waste collection as in years past, and a new curbside pickup service for unbagged leaves. There is no need to sign-up; [...]

By | October 22nd, 2018|Announcements, City of Huron, Local News|0 Comments

Help the Huron PTO Help our Schools

It's time for Dine with Dominos again. Mention the Huron PTO and Dominos will donate 10% back to the schools. Click here to view the complete list of participating dates.

Inclusive Education Program Coming to BGSU Firelands

Click here to view the Sandusky Register article

Colt Maverick Novel Debut at the Library

Norwalk resident Cary Ashby shares excerpts of his debut novel, Colt Maverick, during this author event and book-signing. Colt Maverick is a retired NFL player-turned successful private investigator who has been hired to find the missing wife of a high-profile but secretive businessman. Since 2004, Ashby has been a staff writer for the Norwalk Reflector, [...]

Indoor Yoga at the Boat Basin

Indoor Yoga begins Tuesday, October 16 in a new location -- the Huron Boat Basin Marina inspired by the river views! Class accommodates all skill levels, and beginners are welcome. The current session will be held on Tuesday evenings through Dec.18th. Please arrive at 5:45 pm to register at class, or register online -- [...]

Harvest of Health – Free Health Fair

Join Beulah Beach and Kingston of Vermilion on Thursday, October 25 10am - 2pm for a free community heath fair at Beulah Beach. This event will offer flu shots by Rite-Aid (insurance only, no cash), various health assessments and screenings, a broad variety of health and community vendors, door prizes and raffles. Special Guest Speakers [...]

By | October 9th, 2018|Events, Local News|0 Comments

Two Upcoming Coffee Connections

Huron Schools and the City of Huron are once again hosting a series of informal public engagement opportunities for area residents. Both sessions will be from 9 am to 10 am. The first will be on Saturday, October 13 at the Huron Public Library and the second will be at LemMy's on Saturday, October 20. [...]

Come on out and get your “vote in” for the 1st Chili Challenge between Huron City Schools and Vermilion City Schools

Chili Challenge Fundraiser Come out to Huron High School for fun & great chili on Friday October 12th at Huron High School Cafeteria from 4:30 pm - 7:00 pm, (prior to Huron vs. Vermilion Football Game) for our  1st Annual Chili Challenge $5.00 for Adults $3.00 for kids age 10 and under Tickets available at all [...]

By | October 3rd, 2018|Local News|0 Comments

Home Brewing Workshop

Have you wanted to try home brewing? Lyle Fisher of Firelands Homebrew Club will share information about this hobby, which can be quite simple, inexpensive and satisfying. Learn the basic terminology of brewing, methods, proper sanitation, ingredients and the types of equipment to get started. Register here.

Huron Library and BGSU Presents Henry David Thoreau: Words and Images

On Monday, October 1 at 6:30 pm Dr. Larry Smith, professor emeritus of Bowling Green State University, author, editor-publisher, and biographer, will present a program on “Henry David Thoreau: Words and Images.” Smith has researched Thoreau at Concord, Massachusetts and at the Thoreau Institute and Walden Woods. His recent book, Thoreau’s Lost Journal: Poems, was [...]

The Whiskey Charmers Concert

The Friends of the Library invite you to this must-see concert experience on Sunday, September 30 at 3 pm! The Whiskey Charmers is a Detroit-based Americana band led by Carrie Shepard and Lawrence Daversa. Since forming the band in 2012, they have released two full-length albums to excellent reviews in the U.S. and abroad. Comparisons [...]

By | September 27th, 2018|Announcements, Events, Huron Library, Local News|0 Comments

Upcoming 5k Series Run – St Peter Spooktacular

Don't forget to sign up for the next 5k in the Series - the St. Peter Spooktacular 5k. This race benefits and raises money for St. Peter School. Visit the race Facebook page for more information or to sign up for the race.   Schedule for the Run  Time:            8 a.m.             Race Day Registration & Packet Pickup [...]

By | September 27th, 2018|Announcements, Events, Local News|0 Comments

Proposals for the Con Agra Site

Check out the Register's article here on the proposals available for the Con Agra site. These proposals were drafted after a series of public forum meetings at BGSU Firelands over the last few months.

By | September 27th, 2018|Announcements, Local News|0 Comments

Save the Date – Huron Pumpkin Fest

Make time on your schedule for classic FAMILY FALL FUN on October 13th. The Pumpkin Festival features Entertainment, Food, and Kid's Games/Activities from 11am to 5pm -- plus the "crowd favorite" Barnes PUMPKIN DROP at 2:30pm! Free Admission.

Student Volunteers Needed for Pumpkin Fest

We're accepting STUDENT VOLUNTEERS for the Pumpkin Festival (must be in 7th grade or older). Volunteers help with children games and pumpkin painting. Limited spaces--volunteers assigned in the order forms are received. Complete the Volunteer Form from City of Huron's website. Forms are also available at Huron High School Guidance Office.

Presentation by VFW, Huron Eagles and Sons & Daughters of the American Revolution for Huron City Schools

Huron City Schools would like to thank the  VFW, Huron Eagles and Sons & Daughters of American  Revolution for presenting  to each of our principals a framed display of our National and Ohio Mottoes   during our September 18, 2018 Board of Education Meeting.

By | September 19th, 2018|Local News|0 Comments

Huron City Schools 2018 Homecoming Schedule

2018 Homecoming Schedule: Parade is Wednesday, 9/19/  at 7:00 pm. Game  begins at 7:00 pm on Friday 9/21 (crowning of King & Queen) Dance will be on Saturday 9/22 from 8:00 pm until 10:00 pm at Woodlands Intermediate School

By | September 17th, 2018|Local News|0 Comments

Huron City Schools Making History with Recent Heat Wave

Extreme temperatures and high humidity closed Huron City Schools on Wednesday September 5, 2018. This is the first time Huron City Schools closed due to extreme heat temperatures. Superintendent Dennis Muratori and surrounding area superintendent’s decided to close over concern for students who are in buildings without air conditioning.

By | September 12th, 2018|Local News|0 Comments

“Who’s my Teacher”? Annual Ice Cream Social Event at Huron City Schools

ice cream social pdf (dragged) 2 (1)What can be better than eating ice cream on a hot summer’s day, at the Huron Boat Basin? The Ice Cream Social has become an annual event for Huron City Schools (weather permitting). Huron City Schools Marching Band and Huron High School Cheerleaders perform while parents, grandparents, guardians and [...]

By | September 5th, 2018|Local News|0 Comments

Team Work Unlocked the Door of Opportunity for McCormick Jr. High Renovations raising 10K in Donations

Huron Schools superintendent Dennis Muratori; volunteer Amy Roldan; committee co-chair, John Jones; McCormick Junior High principal Chad Carter; committee chairman, Jerod Blakely; Huron Schools treasurer Dawn Jacobs and volunteer Sue Cloak, worked together to raise money for much needed renovations at McCormick Jr. High, thank you everyone who purchased bricks for the McCormick  Diamond Jubilee!!! [...]

By | September 5th, 2018|Local News|0 Comments

The McCormick Jubilee Committee presented Huron School District with over $10,000 raised through the Jubilee Celebration and the sale of bricks, that will continue to be sold and line the entrance to McCormick School. You can contact the Huron Board Education office or Huron Chamber of Commerce to purchase a brick.

By | September 1st, 2018|Local News|0 Comments

City 2018 Paving Program

2018 Paving Program Information: City Council authorized the residential road paving project for this year. The streets being paved are listed on the attached document (Rye Beach neighborhood not shown as it is under a separate contract - to begin mid-July). All combined, the program invests nearly $2.7 million in critical infrastructure throughout the City. [...]

Future Friday Career Speakers Needed

Looking for Future Friday Career Speakers to share their experience and expertise with our McCormick Junior High students during the 2018-2019 school year. Click here to sign up if you're interested.  

By | June 4th, 2018|Announcements, Events, Local News|0 Comments

Huron Parks and Rec Summer Brochure

Parks & Recreation 2018 Brochure--with community events & youth camps/swim lessons schedule is online at City of Huron

By | June 4th, 2018|Announcements, Events, Local News|0 Comments

Huron Wellness Center

  HURON WELLNESS CENTER Local citizens support collaborative efforts to design and build a state-of-the-art health, recreation and community center. HURON, OH - Huron residents have envisioned a community recreation facility for decades.  The leadership of the city of Huron and community stakeholders are assessing the viability of developing a community health and wellness center. [...]

By | May 3rd, 2018|Announcements, Local News|0 Comments

We Run this Town 5k Series

The We Run This Town 5k series kicks off Saturday, May 5 at 10am with the Abbey Rose Foundation 5k Trail Run at Fabens Park. Participants in all five races will receive a commemorative mug/beer stein and certificate! Top three male and female series finishers win cash prizes! Follow the Huron 5K Series on Facebook for [...]

By | April 25th, 2018|Announcements, Events, Local News|0 Comments

Welcome to The433

We are thrilled to welcome you to The433 - Huron's one-stop-shop for the latest details on city, township, library, school and chamber news, events, closings and alerts. We will be constantly updating our app with the goal of keeping our city and township residents informed on events, announcements and local news without the need to [...]

By | April 25th, 2018|Local News|0 Comments