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Bradley Massman

Position: Editor / Reporter
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About Bradley Massman

Bradley Massman has been working for The Clyde Enterprise since December 2013. His responsibilities include covering a variety of stories from city council to board of education to any and all local events throughout the Clyde area.

Latest Stories by Bradley Massman

CLYDE – Police arrested two Clyde residents Thursday afternoon after executing search warrants at three separate area homes, according to a news release sent by the Clyde Police Department Friday morning.
Danielle Stanley, 41, who owns two of the homes where the search warrants were executed, was charged with illegal manufacturing of drugs,

Two more Clyde meth cooks arrested

CLYDE – Police arrested two Clyde residents Thursday afternoon after executing search warrants at three separate area homes, according to a news release sent by the Clyde Police Department Friday morning. Danielle Stanley, 41, who owns two of the homes where the search warrants were executed, was charged with illegal manufacturing of drugs,

CLYDE – The man who led the Lady Fliers to more than 300 wins during two decades at Clyde High School, announced he would step down as head coach, during a special press conference Thursday afternoon.
John Cahill announced to his team that he would step down as the Lady Fliers head coach after 18 seasons as head coach. Cahill has been a part

The legend leaves his throne

CLYDE – The man who led the Lady Fliers to more than 300 wins during two decades at Clyde High School, announced he would step down as head coach, during a special press conference Thursday afternoon. John Cahill announced to his team that he would step down as the Lady Fliers head coach after 18 seasons as head coach. Cahill has been a part

BELLEVUE – It was a day-long celebration for a year-long achievement at Myers Auto Center Friday afternoon.
Myers Auto Center, formerly Gildenmeister Motors, celebrated their one-year anniversary on March 20. Owners, as well as father and son, Steve and Chad Myers said they couldn't be any happier with the Bellevue community.
“We've h

Myers Auto Center celebrates one year anniversary

BELLEVUE – It was a day-long celebration for a year-long achievement at Myers Auto Center Friday afternoon. Myers Auto Center, formerly Gildenmeister Motors, celebrated their one-year anniversary on March 20. Owners, as well as father and son, Steve and Chad Myers said they couldn't be any happier with the Bellevue community. “We've h

CLYDE – The Clyde High School A Capella Choir and Wind Ensemble will be heading to the State Contest after receiving superior ratings at the OMEA Large Group District Contest two weeks ago.
Lindsey Atkinson, director of the A Capella Choir and the men and women's chorus, said her students have exceeded all of her expectations this year.


On to the next performance

CLYDE – The Clyde High School A Capella Choir and Wind Ensemble will be heading to the State Contest after receiving superior ratings at the OMEA Large Group District Contest two weeks ago. Lindsey Atkinson, director of the A Capella Choir and the men and women's chorus, said her students have exceeded all of her expectations this year. 

CLYDE – Six streets and one parking lot within the city of Clyde will be resurfaced this year, following council's meeting Tuesday night.
Clyde city council passed an ordinance at their March 17 meeting to begin advertising bids for two paving projects within the city of Clyde.
The two projects, Clyde Street Paving Program and Clyde Park Pa

Council approves two paving programs

CLYDE – Six streets and one parking lot within the city of Clyde will be resurfaced this year, following council's meeting Tuesday night. Clyde city council passed an ordinance at their March 17 meeting to begin advertising bids for two paving projects within the city of Clyde. The two projects, Clyde Street Paving Program and Clyde Park Pa

CLYDE – Clyde High School and McPherson Middle School are now the homes of the Friends of Rachel Club — also known as the FOR Club.
The FOR Club was established to create a safe and anti-bullying school community by organizing events to get children to focus on lifting each other's spirits versus bringing them down.
Last January, spea

Kindness…pass it on

CLYDE – Clyde High School and McPherson Middle School are now the homes of the Friends of Rachel Club — also known as the FOR Club. The FOR Club was established to create a safe and anti-bullying school community by organizing events to get children to focus on lifting each other's spirits versus bringing them down. Last January, spea

CLYDE – A 24-year-old Clyde man was brutally beaten, robbed, held at gunpoint and dropped off in Clyde Community Park following what police said was a drug-related incident early Friday morning.
Three people have been charged in the assault so far, but Clyde Police Chief Bruce Gower said he believes there are more suspects involved.
Two Cly

Three arrested in drug-related beating

CLYDE – A 24-year-old Clyde man was brutally beaten, robbed, held at gunpoint and dropped off in Clyde Community Park following what police said was a drug-related incident early Friday morning. Three people have been charged in the assault so far, but Clyde Police Chief Bruce Gower said he believes there are more suspects involved. Two Cly

CLYDE – A Clyde man was arrested Wednesday night after he allegedly threatened to snap one man's neck in three places and taunted and got in the face of another man at the group home where all three men live.
Carl Baatz, 24, was charged with two counts of menacing, both fourth degree misdemeanors, in connection with the incident.
Clyde Poli

Clyde man charged with menacing

CLYDE – A Clyde man was arrested Wednesday night after he allegedly threatened to snap one man's neck in three places and taunted and got in the face of another man at the group home where all three men live. Carl Baatz, 24, was charged with two counts of menacing, both fourth degree misdemeanors, in connection with the incident. Clyde Poli

CLYDE – The case against Clyde-Green Springs Superintendent David Stubblebine is scheduled to go to trial on May 21 for allegedly obstructing official business during a police investigation at McPherson Middle School in December.
Stubblebine appeared in Sandusky County Court District 1 in Clyde at 2:30 p.m. Thursday for a preliminary hearing

More delays in Clyde superintendent case

CLYDE – The case against Clyde-Green Springs Superintendent David Stubblebine is scheduled to go to trial on May 21 for allegedly obstructing official business during a police investigation at McPherson Middle School in December. Stubblebine appeared in Sandusky County Court District 1 in Clyde at 2:30 p.m. Thursday for a preliminary hearing

CLYDE – A Clyde woman is facing multiple charges in connection with two separate incidents after she allegedly broke into a local business with her two-year-old daughter, was found with heroin inside her sock and took someone's vehicle without their permission, according to a Clyde Police report.
Tiffany Meerfeld, 26, was charged with breaki

Clyde woman facing heroin, B&E and child endangerment charges

CLYDE – A Clyde woman is facing multiple charges in connection with two separate incidents after she allegedly broke into a local business with her two-year-old daughter, was found with heroin inside her sock and took someone's vehicle without their permission, according to a Clyde Police report. Tiffany Meerfeld, 26, was charged with breaki

CLYDE – Four people were questioned for roughly two hours Wednesday night in connection with a meth lab found inside a home at 159 Mechanic Street early Wednesday morning, according to Clyde Police Chief Bruce Gower.
“Three of them basically talked in circles,” said Clyde Detective Brian Weaver. “The other person didn't say

Meth bust in Clyde (Updated: 9:30 a.m.)

CLYDE – Four people were questioned for roughly two hours Wednesday night in connection with a meth lab found inside a home at 159 Mechanic Street early Wednesday morning, according to Clyde Police Chief Bruce Gower. “Three of them basically talked in circles,” said Clyde Detective Brian Weaver. “The other person didn't say

CLYDE – Bellevue won't be the only town that's home to an Ace Hardware store come this fall.
Adam and Cheryl Wynbissinger, owners of Bellevue's Ace Hardware, are expanding their business and opening a new location in Clyde.
“About eight years ago, Ace Hardware wanted to expand,” Adam said. “We looked into three different c

Ace Hardware expanding to Clyde

CLYDE – Bellevue won't be the only town that's home to an Ace Hardware store come this fall. Adam and Cheryl Wynbissinger, owners of Bellevue's Ace Hardware, are expanding their business and opening a new location in Clyde. “About eight years ago, Ace Hardware wanted to expand,” Adam said. “We looked into three different c

CLYDE – Bellevue won't be the only town that's home to an Ace Hardware store come this fall.
Adam and Cheryl Wynbissinger, owners of Bellevue's Ace Hardware, are expanding their business and opening a new location in Clyde.
“About eight years ago, Ace Hardware wanted to expand,” Adam said. “We looked into three different c

Ace Hardware expanding to Clyde

CLYDE – Bellevue won't be the only town that's home to an Ace Hardware store come this fall. Adam and Cheryl Wynbissinger, owners of Bellevue's Ace Hardware, are expanding their business and opening a new location in Clyde. “About eight years ago, Ace Hardware wanted to expand,” Adam said. “We looked into three different c

CLYDE – You've seen him plow through defenders as the Fliers starting running back, but now, Clyde High School senior Darrius Morton will be putting his pads to the side to chase his dream.
Morton, 18, will be attending the A Capella Academy in Los Angeles this summer for what he hopes will be a trip of a lifetime. Morton is currently the co

Chasing the dream of a lifetime

CLYDE – You've seen him plow through defenders as the Fliers starting running back, but now, Clyde High School senior Darrius Morton will be putting his pads to the side to chase his dream. Morton, 18, will be attending the A Capella Academy in Los Angeles this summer for what he hopes will be a trip of a lifetime. Morton is currently the co

CLYDE –Four people are currently being questioned in connection with a meth lab found inside a home at 159 Mechanic Street early Wednesday morning, according to Clyde Police Chief Bruce Gower.
Gower said the bust was part of an on-going investigation dating back to mid-January.
“We had another similar bust back in February on Lemmon S

Four Clyde residents being questioned in connection with meth lab bust

CLYDE –Four people are currently being questioned in connection with a meth lab found inside a home at 159 Mechanic Street early Wednesday morning, according to Clyde Police Chief Bruce Gower. Gower said the bust was part of an on-going investigation dating back to mid-January. “We had another similar bust back in February on Lemmon S

BELLEVUE – From a Buckeye to a Wolverine, Bellevue resident Kevin Strecker turned a simple online advertisement into a life-changing experience.
It was a normal day for Kevin, he went to his computer to check something online and a small ad in the corner of his computer screen caught his attention.
“I looked at the ad and the Universi

Bleeding blue since '82

BELLEVUE – From a Buckeye to a Wolverine, Bellevue resident Kevin Strecker turned a simple online advertisement into a life-changing experience. It was a normal day for Kevin, he went to his computer to check something online and a small ad in the corner of his computer screen caught his attention. “I looked at the ad and the Universi

BELLEVUE — A Bellevue man is a hero after rescuing his neighbor from their burning apartment building early Tuesday morning.
Rodney Putman, 50, just got home from his shift at Magretech and was lying in bed a little after 1 a.m. Tuesday morning when he smelled something burning.
“It smelled like burning incense,” he said. “

Bellevue man rescues neighbor from burning home

BELLEVUE — A Bellevue man is a hero after rescuing his neighbor from their burning apartment building early Tuesday morning. Rodney Putman, 50, just got home from his shift at Magretech and was lying in bed a little after 1 a.m. Tuesday morning when he smelled something burning. “It smelled like burning incense,” he said. “

CLYDE – Students in the Clyde-Green Springs School District will no longer have to choose between attending school and participating in the Sandusky County Fair next August, following the board's approval of a 2015-16 alternative school calender that does not conflict with the fair schedule.
The board had to delay voting on the new calendar

Board approves calendar for 2015-16 school year

CLYDE – Students in the Clyde-Green Springs School District will no longer have to choose between attending school and participating in the Sandusky County Fair next August, following the board's approval of a 2015-16 alternative school calender that does not conflict with the fair schedule. The board had to delay voting on the new calendar

BELLEVUE – From a Buckeye to a Wolverine, Bellevue resident Kevin Strecker turned a simple online advertisement into a life-changing experience.
It was a normal day for Kevin, he went to his computer to check something online and a small ad in the corner of his computer screen caught his attention.
“I looked at the ad and the Universi

Bleeding blue since '82

BELLEVUE – From a Buckeye to a Wolverine, Bellevue resident Kevin Strecker turned a simple online advertisement into a life-changing experience. It was a normal day for Kevin, he went to his computer to check something online and a small ad in the corner of his computer screen caught his attention. “I looked at the ad and the Universi

CLYDE – A couple of snow days wasn't going to hold back nearly 100 kindergarten students from celebrating their 100th day of school last Friday.
It took a little longer than expected, but the kindergarten students at Clyde Elementary School can now say they are officially 100 days smarter than they were in August. On Friday, March 6, the stu

100 days smarter

CLYDE – A couple of snow days wasn't going to hold back nearly 100 kindergarten students from celebrating their 100th day of school last Friday. It took a little longer than expected, but the kindergarten students at Clyde Elementary School can now say they are officially 100 days smarter than they were in August. On Friday, March 6, the stu





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