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Bradley Massman

Position: Editor / Reporter
E-Mail Address: bmassman@civitasmedia.com
Phone Number: 419-547-9194
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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 – For the 23rd year in a row, Impact Credit Union, in Clyde, will change the lives for 150 kids this Christmas morning.
This holiday season, Credit Union adopted 150 “angels” from the Sandusky County Angel Tree Project.
“We know people can be burdened with circumstances beyond their control around the holiday season,

Angel Tree Project brightens children's Christmas

CLYDE – For the 23rd year in a row, Impact Credit Union, in Clyde, will change the lives for 150 kids this Christmas morning. This holiday season, Credit Union adopted 150 “angels” from the Sandusky County Angel Tree Project. “We know people can be burdened with circumstances beyond their control around the holiday season,

CLYDE – The residents at Arbors in Clyde received many Christmas letters from their pen pals last Thursday afternoon.
For the third year in a row, the third grade students from Clyde Elementary School visited the residents at Arbors for the holiday season.
“The kids send a letter each month to their pen pals,” said third grade t

Clyde Elementary visits holiday pen pals

CLYDE – The residents at Arbors in Clyde received many Christmas letters from their pen pals last Thursday afternoon. For the third year in a row, the third grade students from Clyde Elementary School visited the residents at Arbors for the holiday season. “The kids send a letter each month to their pen pals,” said third grade t

CLYDE – She was a caring mother, a loving and beautiful wife, a former Lady Flier who scored 1,000 career points in basketball, an inspiring daughter, sister and friend in the Clyde community, but more importantly, she was committed to helping those around her – that was Sarah Pearson Crawford.
Sarah Crawford, 30, of Clyde, died unexpe

Remembering the life of Sarah Pearson Crawford

CLYDE – She was a caring mother, a loving and beautiful wife, a former Lady Flier who scored 1,000 career points in basketball, an inspiring daughter, sister and friend in the Clyde community, but more importantly, she was committed to helping those around her – that was Sarah Pearson Crawford. Sarah Crawford, 30, of Clyde, died unexpe

FREMONT – Cora Selvey-Stiltner, of Clyde, was one of sixteen recent graduates of the Terra State Community College Associate Degree Nursing Program received their nursing pins during a ceremony December 13 at the college.
This was the 11th class to finish the program.
“It took me four years to complete the program,” she said. &#

Selvey-Stiltner graduates from nursing program

FREMONT – Cora Selvey-Stiltner, of Clyde, was one of sixteen recent graduates of the Terra State Community College Associate Degree Nursing Program received their nursing pins during a ceremony December 13 at the college. This was the 11th class to finish the program. “It took me four years to complete the program,” she said. &#

CLYDE – Eight area-residents were reappointed to the Clyde Fair Board last Tuesday night.
City council passed a resolution at their December 16 meeting to reappoint seven Clyde residents and one resident from Green Springs. The members terms will begin January 3, 2015 and end January 2, 2020.
Gayle Carter, Nancy Greenslade and Michael Carte

Council reappoints fair board members

CLYDE – Eight area-residents were reappointed to the Clyde Fair Board last Tuesday night. City council passed a resolution at their December 16 meeting to reappoint seven Clyde residents and one resident from Green Springs. The members terms will begin January 3, 2015 and end January 2, 2020. Gayle Carter, Nancy Greenslade and Michael Carte

CLYDE – Two Clyde siblings were arrested last Thursday afternoon after police found nearly eight pounds of marijuana in a Clyde mobile home, according to a Sandusky County Sheriff's Office report.
Ventura Gallegos, 42, and Michelle Jordan, 45, were each charged with possession of a controlled substance (marijuana), a third degree felony, acc

Siblings arrested in marijuana bust

CLYDE – Two Clyde siblings were arrested last Thursday afternoon after police found nearly eight pounds of marijuana in a Clyde mobile home, according to a Sandusky County Sheriff's Office report. Ventura Gallegos, 42, and Michelle Jordan, 45, were each charged with possession of a controlled substance (marijuana), a third degree felony, acc

GREEN SPRINGS – Ruby Kapp never thought she would turn a few of her life experiences into written pieces of art, but since last year, she has written nearly 20 poems that have been displayed inside the Elmwood at the Springs facilities.
At 94 years young, Kapp said she wrote her first poem around 50 years ago, but never really put her ideas

Resident creates masterpieces on paper

GREEN SPRINGS – Ruby Kapp never thought she would turn a few of her life experiences into written pieces of art, but since last year, she has written nearly 20 poems that have been displayed inside the Elmwood at the Springs facilities. At 94 years young, Kapp said she wrote her first poem around 50 years ago, but never really put her ideas

CLYDE – It's been almost a year – December 27 to be exact – since I left my fellow Wolverines, Spartans and Chippewas behind and moved to Buckeye Nation. Or as I would rather reference it, Flier Nation.
During 2014, I have realized how much you – the readers – enjoy the News From Days Past section in The Clyde Enterpr

A Year in Review

CLYDE – It's been almost a year – December 27 to be exact – since I left my fellow Wolverines, Spartans and Chippewas behind and moved to Buckeye Nation. Or as I would rather reference it, Flier Nation. During 2014, I have realized how much you – the readers – enjoy the News From Days Past section in The Clyde Enterpr

CLYDE – Students could be stuck with a decision on whether to participate in the Sandusky County Fair or attend class at the start of next school year.
The Clyde-Green Springs Board of Education held a roundtable meeting during their regularly scheduled monthly meeting, Monday, December 15, to discuss the option of students returning to clas

Proposed school calendar could cause conflicts

CLYDE – Students could be stuck with a decision on whether to participate in the Sandusky County Fair or attend class at the start of next school year. The Clyde-Green Springs Board of Education held a roundtable meeting during their regularly scheduled monthly meeting, Monday, December 15, to discuss the option of students returning to clas

CLYDE – The search to find a cure for children's cancer received a lot of help last week thanks to a very generous donation made by a local organization in Clyde.
On Tuesday, December 9, the Clyde Kiwanis Club donated an $11,000 check to the Alexa Brown Committee to go towards the CureSearch for Children's Cancer Foundation. CureSearch is a

Kiwanis 'runs' to find cure

CLYDE – The search to find a cure for children's cancer received a lot of help last week thanks to a very generous donation made by a local organization in Clyde. On Tuesday, December 9, the Clyde Kiwanis Club donated an $11,000 check to the Alexa Brown Committee to go towards the CureSearch for Children's Cancer Foundation. CureSearch is a

CLYDE – The holidays can be a rough time of the year for those who have lost a special person in the past, but for nearly 30 years, ProMedica Memorial Hospital has helped residents remember the lives of their loved ones.
Sponsored by the Memorial Hospital, the annual Love Lights Memorial Service has been a program in Clyde held at the Eliza

Love Lights touches the heart

CLYDE – The holidays can be a rough time of the year for those who have lost a special person in the past, but for nearly 30 years, ProMedica Memorial Hospital has helped residents remember the lives of their loved ones. Sponsored by the Memorial Hospital, the annual Love Lights Memorial Service has been a program in Clyde held at the Eliza

CLYDE – A group of Clyde senior football players made first and second team All-Ohio, as well as Honorable Mention, last week according to the Associated Press' Division III All-Ohio football list.
The 6'3” wide receiver, Eric Wiseman, was the lone Flier named on the first-team All-Ohio. Teammate Kade Long earned second-team All-Ohio f

Fliers players named to All-Ohio teams; special mention

CLYDE – A group of Clyde senior football players made first and second team All-Ohio, as well as Honorable Mention, last week according to the Associated Press' Division III All-Ohio football list. The 6'3” wide receiver, Eric Wiseman, was the lone Flier named on the first-team All-Ohio. Teammate Kade Long earned second-team All-Ohio f

CLYDE – The victim of the theft of more than $20,000 of lawn care equipment from a Clyde storage unit in early November is now offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the person or persons responsible.
On November 10, the victim went to the Clyde Police Department and reported that his storage unit at Kris' Storage,

Reward offered in storage unit theft

CLYDE – The victim of the theft of more than $20,000 of lawn care equipment from a Clyde storage unit in early November is now offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the person or persons responsible. On November 10, the victim went to the Clyde Police Department and reported that his storage unit at Kris' Storage,

CLYDE – Clyde High School will see some major changes to its athletic facilities during the next year.
The board of education held a roundtable meeting on Tuesday, December 2, to discuss what they should do with the remaining Ohio School Facility Commission funds.
In 2007, the Clyde-Green Springs School District started a $56 million projec

Big changes coming to Clyde High School

CLYDE – Clyde High School will see some major changes to its athletic facilities during the next year. The board of education held a roundtable meeting on Tuesday, December 2, to discuss what they should do with the remaining Ohio School Facility Commission funds. In 2007, the Clyde-Green Springs School District started a $56 million projec

CLYDE – Two Clyde residents were appointed to two different boards in the city of Clyde last Tuesday night.
City council passed two resolutions at their December 2 meeting appointing Larry Bower to the Clyde Planning Commission and Carolyn Martin-Geiman to the Board of Zoning Appeals.
Martin-Geiman will enter her second five-year term which

Council appoints two residents to boards

CLYDE – Two Clyde residents were appointed to two different boards in the city of Clyde last Tuesday night. City council passed two resolutions at their December 2 meeting appointing Larry Bower to the Clyde Planning Commission and Carolyn Martin-Geiman to the Board of Zoning Appeals. Martin-Geiman will enter her second five-year term which

CLYDE –Clyde Police have made an arrest in this weekend's home-invasion baseball bat attack that sent two men to the hospital with serious but not life threatening injuries.
Gibsonburg Police arrested Raymond Screen, 23, of Gibsonburg, at 1:10 p.m. in Gibsonburg, after a tip from the public led the Clyde Police to him.
Police are still look

Police arrest one in home invasion

CLYDE –Clyde Police have made an arrest in this weekend's home-invasion baseball bat attack that sent two men to the hospital with serious but not life threatening injuries. Gibsonburg Police arrested Raymond Screen, 23, of Gibsonburg, at 1:10 p.m. in Gibsonburg, after a tip from the public led the Clyde Police to him. Police are still look

CLYDE – A new head coach, a new group of seniors, new playing style and a new Fliers' basketball team are ready to hit the court this season.
A year ago, the Fliers watched their season end as they fell to the hands of the eventual state champions, the Norwalk Truckers, in a district semifinal game. It would be the last game the Fliers playe

Fliers basketball get ready for a competitive season

CLYDE – A new head coach, a new group of seniors, new playing style and a new Fliers' basketball team are ready to hit the court this season. A year ago, the Fliers watched their season end as they fell to the hands of the eventual state champions, the Norwalk Truckers, in a district semifinal game. It would be the last game the Fliers playe

CLYDE – Clyde's boy's and girl's bowling teams welcome a new head coach for the 2014-15 season who is excited to get things going and work off of last years success.
In 2013, Brad Milleson was the assistant coach for the two teams, but this year, he will take over as their head coach.
“Last year, on the boy's side we had a very experi

Bowling teams welcome new head coach

CLYDE – Clyde's boy's and girl's bowling teams welcome a new head coach for the 2014-15 season who is excited to get things going and work off of last years success. In 2013, Brad Milleson was the assistant coach for the two teams, but this year, he will take over as their head coach. “Last year, on the boy's side we had a very experi

CLYDE – The Lady Fliers finished this past weekend with a second place finish as they hosted the annual Clyde Turkey Shootout Tournament.
On Friday, November 28, the Lady Fliers suited up for their first regular season game of the year against Tiffin Columbian. After graduating their starting five players last year, Clyde will look to senior

Lady Fliers fall in championship game

CLYDE – The Lady Fliers finished this past weekend with a second place finish as they hosted the annual Clyde Turkey Shootout Tournament. On Friday, November 28, the Lady Fliers suited up for their first regular season game of the year against Tiffin Columbian. After graduating their starting five players last year, Clyde will look to senior

CLYDE – After finishing third in the Sandusky Bay Conference and having three wrestlers qualify for the state tournament, the Fliers will look to build off of last year's success for the 2014-15 season.
During his first season as head coach, Bob Blackburn said he hopes to bring a lot of tenacity to the Fliers.
“I'm expecting them to g

Fliers wrestling get ready to be a threat in SBC

CLYDE – After finishing third in the Sandusky Bay Conference and having three wrestlers qualify for the state tournament, the Fliers will look to build off of last year's success for the 2014-15 season. During his first season as head coach, Bob Blackburn said he hopes to bring a lot of tenacity to the Fliers. “I'm expecting them to g





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