Bradley Massman

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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 – A Clyde man was sentenced to 60 days in jail on assault charges last Wednesday afternoon for his part in a fight that occurred at the Buckeye Home last month, according to the Clyde Municipal Court.
On October 9, Clyde police officers responded to a call at the Buckeye Rest Home, 234 W. Buckeye St., regarding a fight in progress, acc

Clyde man sentenced to jail on assault charges

CLYDE – A Clyde man was sentenced to 60 days in jail on assault charges last Wednesday afternoon for his part in a fight that occurred at the Buckeye Home last month, according to the Clyde Municipal Court. On October 9, Clyde police officers responded to a call at the Buckeye Rest Home, 234 W. Buckeye St., regarding a fight in progress, acc

CLYDE – The Clyde Police Department is currently looking for suspects involved in a storage unit theft that occurred last Monday, according to the Clyde Police log.
Clyde Detective, Mark Roach, said the victim came into the police department on Monday, November 10, to report items stolen from their storage unit at Kris' Storage, located at 5

Police looking for suspects in storage unit theft

CLYDE – The Clyde Police Department is currently looking for suspects involved in a storage unit theft that occurred last Monday, according to the Clyde Police log. Clyde Detective, Mark Roach, said the victim came into the police department on Monday, November 10, to report items stolen from their storage unit at Kris' Storage, located at 5

CLYDE – The James B. McPherson Chapter inducted 50 new members to the Clyde High School National Honor Society Monday night.
As parents, grandparents, brothers and sisters filled the Clyde High School auditorium on Monday, November 17, the soon-to-be honor members awaited their induction into the nation's premier organization that recognizes

Clyde High welcomes new honor society members

CLYDE – The James B. McPherson Chapter inducted 50 new members to the Clyde High School National Honor Society Monday night. As parents, grandparents, brothers and sisters filled the Clyde High School auditorium on Monday, November 17, the soon-to-be honor members awaited their induction into the nation's premier organization that recognizes

CLYDE – Following a special meeting Monday night, The Clyde-Green Springs School Board issued a written reprimand to Superintendent Dave Stubblebine for violating two school district policies by having a relationship with a district administrator he supervises.
The board began investigating allegations back in August of whether two administr

Superintendent disciplined for policy violation (Updated)

CLYDE – Following a special meeting Monday night, The Clyde-Green Springs School Board issued a written reprimand to Superintendent Dave Stubblebine for violating two school district policies by having a relationship with a district administrator he supervises. The board began investigating allegations back in August of whether two administr

CLYDE – Clyde High School senior, Kelsey Michaels, will be taking her basketball career to the next level next year.
Michaels signed her letter of intent to play basketball at Ursuline College on Wednesday, November 12, after receiving a full-ride scholarship from the school.
Michaels will join the Lady Fliers basketball team – for he

Clyde senior signs with Ursuline College

CLYDE – Clyde High School senior, Kelsey Michaels, will be taking her basketball career to the next level next year. Michaels signed her letter of intent to play basketball at Ursuline College on Wednesday, November 12, after receiving a full-ride scholarship from the school. Michaels will join the Lady Fliers basketball team – for he

CLYDE – A Clyde man was charged with one count of child endangerment – a first degree misdemeanor – Monday afternoon after allegedly choking his 5-year-old daughter for having her brother's library book, according to a Sandusky County Sheriff's Office report.
Sandusky County Deputies responded to a call at Margaretta Elementary S

Clyde man charged with child endangerment

CLYDE – A Clyde man was charged with one count of child endangerment – a first degree misdemeanor – Monday afternoon after allegedly choking his 5-year-old daughter for having her brother's library book, according to a Sandusky County Sheriff's Office report. Sandusky County Deputies responded to a call at Margaretta Elementary S

CLYDE – What was once known as Clyde's Winesburg Christmas Open House nearly 40 years ago when it began, has originated back to the name Winesburg Weekend this year.
One of the founders of the event, Joe Wilson, said the weekend of events was originally established to promote local businesses in Clyde through the Clyde Business and Professio

Winesburg Weekend - How it all began

CLYDE – What was once known as Clyde's Winesburg Christmas Open House nearly 40 years ago when it began, has originated back to the name Winesburg Weekend this year. One of the founders of the event, Joe Wilson, said the weekend of events was originally established to promote local businesses in Clyde through the Clyde Business and Professio

CLYDE – With the holidays slowly creeping up this year, there are a number of local stores in Clyde where you can shop for your family's holiday gifts, saving you time and the hassle of dealing with the mall crowds, while helping your local community.
First Place Awards The Fanatic has all of your sporting needs this year. If you're looking

This year, shop local, shop Clyde

CLYDE – With the holidays slowly creeping up this year, there are a number of local stores in Clyde where you can shop for your family's holiday gifts, saving you time and the hassle of dealing with the mall crowds, while helping your local community. First Place Awards The Fanatic has all of your sporting needs this year. If you're looking

CLYDE – The Clyde Food Pantry filled up some of its open space this past weekend thanks to one local business owner and six extreme couponers.
Ski Lodge Winery owner, Mike Ski, used his fascination for a television show and turned it into a reality.
“The show Extreme Couponing gave me the idea to do this,” Ski said. “It's

The extreme coupon difference

CLYDE – The Clyde Food Pantry filled up some of its open space this past weekend thanks to one local business owner and six extreme couponers. Ski Lodge Winery owner, Mike Ski, used his fascination for a television show and turned it into a reality. “The show Extreme Couponing gave me the idea to do this,” Ski said. “It's

CLYDE – What originally started as a simple glance at a Facebook status turned into two Clyde residents being featured in the Country Sampler Magazine.
Janice Stanley and Tammy Nearhood are co-owners of the local shop, Primitive Friends, in Green Springs, and for many years have loved the idea of making their homes more primitive – so

Friends show off primitive homes

CLYDE – What originally started as a simple glance at a Facebook status turned into two Clyde residents being featured in the Country Sampler Magazine. Janice Stanley and Tammy Nearhood are co-owners of the local shop, Primitive Friends, in Green Springs, and for many years have loved the idea of making their homes more primitive – so

CLYDE – I'm about a week early on this column, but this will also give you an extra week to think about how you would like to spend your Thanksgiving this year.
A big turkey dinner loaded up with helpings of mashed potatoes, gravy, hot and buttery biscuits, homemade stuffing and as many different kinds of pies your belly can handle. Sounds l

It's Black Thursday now?

CLYDE – I'm about a week early on this column, but this will also give you an extra week to think about how you would like to spend your Thanksgiving this year. A big turkey dinner loaded up with helpings of mashed potatoes, gravy, hot and buttery biscuits, homemade stuffing and as many different kinds of pies your belly can handle. Sounds l

CLYDE – A Fremont woman escaped injury Monday after allegedly driving drunk — at three times the legal limit — and hitting a pole and flipping her vehicle.
Rachel Smith, 32, of Fremont, was driving south on George Street near the North Coast Inland Bike trail shortly after 3 p.m. Monday afternoon, when she crossed the center line

Fremont woman flips car while driving drunk

CLYDE – A Fremont woman escaped injury Monday after allegedly driving drunk — at three times the legal limit — and hitting a pole and flipping her vehicle. Rachel Smith, 32, of Fremont, was driving south on George Street near the North Coast Inland Bike trail shortly after 3 p.m. Monday afternoon, when she crossed the center line

CLYDE –The Clyde-Green Springs School district is looking into allegations on whether two administrators within the district who are in a relationships violated any district policies, and if so, whether they should be subjected to any disciplinary action.
According to a news release sent out by Board President Matt Jenne, the district began

Clyde-Green Springs board looks into allegations

CLYDE –The Clyde-Green Springs School district is looking into allegations on whether two administrators within the district who are in a relationships violated any district policies, and if so, whether they should be subjected to any disciplinary action. According to a news release sent out by Board President Matt Jenne, the district began

HEBRON – From a first place title at the district meet, to a fourth place finish at regionals – Olivia Hammons was the lone Lady Flier competitor at the state meet this past Saturday afternoon.
On Saturday, November 1, the Clyde junior competed in the 2014 State Cross Country Championship for the first time in her high school career. H

Hammons takes 77th at state meet

HEBRON – From a first place title at the district meet, to a fourth place finish at regionals – Olivia Hammons was the lone Lady Flier competitor at the state meet this past Saturday afternoon. On Saturday, November 1, the Clyde junior competed in the 2014 State Cross Country Championship for the first time in her high school career. H

CLYDE – Christmas is the time for giving and for the last 21 years Clyde resident, Kay Dick, has done her part in bringing many smiles to children's faces in the area.
The community toy drive – better known as Caring for Clyde Kids – officially kicks off on November 19, but boxes to drop off toys are already out.
“I've alr

Caring for the kids of Clyde

CLYDE – Christmas is the time for giving and for the last 21 years Clyde resident, Kay Dick, has done her part in bringing many smiles to children's faces in the area. The community toy drive – better known as Caring for Clyde Kids – officially kicks off on November 19, but boxes to drop off toys are already out. “I've alr

CLYDE – During the last four seasons, the Lady Fliers basketball team had a combined record of 99-6, but this year things could look a little different for Clyde.
On Sunday, November 2, the Sandusky Bay Conference girl's basketball coaches met to discuss highlights they will expect from their team for the upcoming season.
“We graduate

Lady Fliers voted to finish 2nd in SBC polls

CLYDE – During the last four seasons, the Lady Fliers basketball team had a combined record of 99-6, but this year things could look a little different for Clyde. On Sunday, November 2, the Sandusky Bay Conference girl's basketball coaches met to discuss highlights they will expect from their team for the upcoming season. “We graduate

CLYDE – With 2014 coming to a close, the city of Clyde is in the process of their annual budget hearings.
City council held a special work session for next year's budget hearings on Tuesday, October 28.
The head of each department presented to council their request of how much their department would need and what they plan to do with the mo

Council reviews annual budget requests

CLYDE – With 2014 coming to a close, the city of Clyde is in the process of their annual budget hearings. City council held a special work session for next year's budget hearings on Tuesday, October 28. The head of each department presented to council their request of how much their department would need and what they plan to do with the mo

CLYDE – Put your razors and shaving cream away – it's November.
This past Saturday marked the first day of November which means one thing, it's time for No Shave November. What exactly is No Shave November? Well, I'm glad you asked.
During the entire month of November, participants are asked to not shave their facial hair as a unique

Put the razors away

CLYDE – Put your razors and shaving cream away – it's November. This past Saturday marked the first day of November which means one thing, it's time for No Shave November. What exactly is No Shave November? Well, I'm glad you asked. During the entire month of November, participants are asked to not shave their facial hair as a unique

CLYDE – Prices to participate in recreational activities in the city of Clyde could increase starting next year.
At their meeting last Tuesday, The Clyde City Council heard the first reading of an ordinance that would increase some of the costs for recreation activities.
Parks Superintendent Jim Mason said the ordinance reflects an increase

Recreation costs may increase in 2015

CLYDE – Prices to participate in recreational activities in the city of Clyde could increase starting next year. At their meeting last Tuesday, The Clyde City Council heard the first reading of an ordinance that would increase some of the costs for recreation activities. Parks Superintendent Jim Mason said the ordinance reflects an increase

CLYDE – Halloween is Friday and Clyde's Venturing Crew 463 won't be handing out butterfingers and twix bars, but instead, will be looking for various canned food donations to give back to those less fortunate within the community.
The Venturing Crew is a co-ed organization that is affiliated with the Boy Scouts of America. The group's missio

'Venturing' back to the community

CLYDE – Halloween is Friday and Clyde's Venturing Crew 463 won't be handing out butterfingers and twix bars, but instead, will be looking for various canned food donations to give back to those less fortunate within the community. The Venturing Crew is a co-ed organization that is affiliated with the Boy Scouts of America. The group's missio





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