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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

COLUMBUS – It's been roughly two decades since a Clyde student was selected to be a FFA State Officer, but Aaron Klohn will go down in history as the third student ever from Clyde High School to take office.
Klohn, a senior at Clyde High School, was named Ohio FFA State Reporter at the FFA State Convention on April 30. Klohn will take over h

Clyde senior named Ohio FFA State Reporter

COLUMBUS – It's been roughly two decades since a Clyde student was selected to be a FFA State Officer, but Aaron Klohn will go down in history as the third student ever from Clyde High School to take office. Klohn, a senior at Clyde High School, was named Ohio FFA State Reporter at the FFA State Convention on April 30. Klohn will take over h

WASHINGTON – Three ambitious Clyde FFA students will head out on a quest this summer with hopes of bringing back more leadership skills to better their FFA Chapter and community.
Alicia Klohn, Taylor Caster and Justin Moyer – all sophomores at Clyde High School – are attending the Washington Leadership Conference this summer in W

FFA students prepare for leadership conference

WASHINGTON – Three ambitious Clyde FFA students will head out on a quest this summer with hopes of bringing back more leadership skills to better their FFA Chapter and community. Alicia Klohn, Taylor Caster and Justin Moyer – all sophomores at Clyde High School – are attending the Washington Leadership Conference this summer in W

CLYDE – As the lights dim low and the Voice of the Fliers, Mark Rosche, roars through the gym your, “2015-16 LAAAADDDDDDYYYYYY FLIERS,” next season, he will announce a new head coach. Meet Dave Lozier.
When former Lady Fliers basketball coach John Cahill announced to his team he would be stepping down as head coach back in March,

Dave Lozier, The New Leader

CLYDE – As the lights dim low and the Voice of the Fliers, Mark Rosche, roars through the gym your, “2015-16 LAAAADDDDDDYYYYYY FLIERS,” next season, he will announce a new head coach. Meet Dave Lozier. When former Lady Fliers basketball coach John Cahill announced to his team he would be stepping down as head coach back in March,

CLYDE – The decision on re-establishing Sherwood Anderson Park, as well as a possible park dedicated to Thaddeus Hurd, inched a few steps further to the goal line following city council's meeting Tuesday night.
Prior to Tuesday's meeting, Clyde resident and history wiz John Brewer attended council's meeting on May 5 to express his thoughts a

Historical parks take a step forward

CLYDE – The decision on re-establishing Sherwood Anderson Park, as well as a possible park dedicated to Thaddeus Hurd, inched a few steps further to the goal line following city council's meeting Tuesday night. Prior to Tuesday's meeting, Clyde resident and history wiz John Brewer attended council's meeting on May 5 to express his thoughts a

BELLEVUE – A 25-year tradition continues this weekend as Miller's Drive-In prepares for their big footlong hot dog and milkshake sale during their Memorial Day Weekend celebration.
Ken and Jan Miller, owners of the local ice cream shoppe and eatery, said their holiday weekend is spent serving up hundreds and hundreds of tasty footlongs and a

A blast from the past

BELLEVUE – A 25-year tradition continues this weekend as Miller's Drive-In prepares for their big footlong hot dog and milkshake sale during their Memorial Day Weekend celebration. Ken and Jan Miller, owners of the local ice cream shoppe and eatery, said their holiday weekend is spent serving up hundreds and hundreds of tasty footlongs and a

BELLEVUE – A 25-year tradition continues this weekend as Miller's Drive-In prepares for their big footlong hot dog and milkshake sale during their Memorial Day Weekend celebration.
Ken and Jan Miller, owners of the local ice cream shoppe and eatery, said their holiday weekend is spent serving up hundreds and hundreds of tasty footlongs and a

A blast from the past

BELLEVUE – A 25-year tradition continues this weekend as Miller's Drive-In prepares for their big footlong hot dog and milkshake sale during their Memorial Day Weekend celebration. Ken and Jan Miller, owners of the local ice cream shoppe and eatery, said their holiday weekend is spent serving up hundreds and hundreds of tasty footlongs and a

CLYDE – Locals walking around Clyde may start to notice the flowers and colorful scenery beginning to appear throughout the city and it's all thanks to one local organization.
Clyde in Bloom, a non-profit organization that started in 2012, all originated after current President Connie Hench decided her town needed some extra flowers to spice

Things are blooming in Clyde

CLYDE – Locals walking around Clyde may start to notice the flowers and colorful scenery beginning to appear throughout the city and it's all thanks to one local organization. Clyde in Bloom, a non-profit organization that started in 2012, all originated after current President Connie Hench decided her town needed some extra flowers to spice

FREMONT – Former Clyde-Green Springs Superintendent Todd Helms is now a free man after Sandusky County Judge Barbara Ansted made the decision to release him last Wednesday afternoon.
Helms was charged with one count for each of the following: engaging corrupt acts, theft in an office, tampering with records, failure to file/fraud returns, an

Former Clyde-Green Springs superintendent released early

FREMONT – Former Clyde-Green Springs Superintendent Todd Helms is now a free man after Sandusky County Judge Barbara Ansted made the decision to release him last Wednesday afternoon. Helms was charged with one count for each of the following: engaging corrupt acts, theft in an office, tampering with records, failure to file/fraud returns, an

CLYDE – It was a season of mainly looking up for the Fliers tennis team, but like all great things, this season has finally come to a close.
Clyde wrapped up their season with a few makeup games early last week and cruised past Huron and Port Clinton – both in Sandusky Bay Conference matches.
On Tuesday, May 12, Clyde traveled to Huro

Fliers tennis end season on high note

CLYDE – It was a season of mainly looking up for the Fliers tennis team, but like all great things, this season has finally come to a close. Clyde wrapped up their season with a few makeup games early last week and cruised past Huron and Port Clinton – both in Sandusky Bay Conference matches. On Tuesday, May 12, Clyde traveled to Huro

CLYDE – I think my headline says it all when it comes to describing Clyde.
There's been a few different occasions in the last couple of months where I've really been able to witness Clyde's true colors, and no I'm not talking about the almighty Fliers. I'm talking about the great people who live in this town that most of you call “home

A breath of fresh air

CLYDE – I think my headline says it all when it comes to describing Clyde. There's been a few different occasions in the last couple of months where I've really been able to witness Clyde's true colors, and no I'm not talking about the almighty Fliers. I'm talking about the great people who live in this town that most of you call “home

CLYDE – After nearly three hours in executive session, the Clyde-Green Springs School Board didn't take any action Wednesday night during their scheduled special meeting.
According to a press release sent by the board on Monday, May 11, the board scheduled a special session meeting for the purpose of considering the discipline of a public em

No action taken at special meeting

CLYDE – After nearly three hours in executive session, the Clyde-Green Springs School Board didn't take any action Wednesday night during their scheduled special meeting. According to a press release sent by the board on Monday, May 11, the board scheduled a special session meeting for the purpose of considering the discipline of a public em

SANDUSKY – Lights, camera, DANCING! It was a night that nearly every student looks forward to during their four years in high school – prom.
Fancy dresses, decked out tuxedos, fresh corsages and boutonnieres and the smell of various types of colognes and perfumes filled the air at Lyman Harbor, in Sandusky, Saturday night as Bellevue s

A Night to Remember

SANDUSKY – Lights, camera, DANCING! It was a night that nearly every student looks forward to during their four years in high school – prom. Fancy dresses, decked out tuxedos, fresh corsages and boutonnieres and the smell of various types of colognes and perfumes filled the air at Lyman Harbor, in Sandusky, Saturday night as Bellevue s

CLYDE – First National Bank customers won't have to travel too far to make a withdrawal or cash a check following Tuesday morning's ground breaking ceremony of the bank's new location in Clyde.
Clyde welcomed First National Bank to the area a little more than a year ago and since then, Dean Miller said it was time to expand into something bi

First National breaks ground on new location

CLYDE – First National Bank customers won't have to travel too far to make a withdrawal or cash a check following Tuesday morning's ground breaking ceremony of the bank's new location in Clyde. Clyde welcomed First National Bank to the area a little more than a year ago and since then, Dean Miller said it was time to expand into something bi

SANDUSKY – Well readers, I'm back…and in one piece too.
Last week, I announced that I would be returning to the almighty Cedar Point for media day, and to be honest, I'm actually really disappointed. So disappointed that I'm even considering going back to actually be scared.
As we all know – and for those of you who don't –

More like “Rouga-boring”

SANDUSKY – Well readers, I'm back…and in one piece too. Last week, I announced that I would be returning to the almighty Cedar Point for media day, and to be honest, I'm actually really disappointed. So disappointed that I'm even considering going back to actually be scared. As we all know – and for those of you who don't –

COLUMBUS – Six talented Clyde FFA students represented their school and community in a very positive manner by earning several awards and excellent ratings at the Ohio FFA State Convention earlier this month.
The FFA State Convention – which was held April 30 to May 1 – recognizes various FFA Chapters and individuals for their in

Clyde FFA students shine at state convention

COLUMBUS – Six talented Clyde FFA students represented their school and community in a very positive manner by earning several awards and excellent ratings at the Ohio FFA State Convention earlier this month. The FFA State Convention – which was held April 30 to May 1 – recognizes various FFA Chapters and individuals for their in

SANDUSKY – An undefeated season, a Sandusky Bay Conference championship, three matches without losing a game – the only thing left to cap off an unforgettable season for Clyde High School senior, Hiroki Kawai, is a state championship and he's on the right path to do just that.
Kawai, the No. 1 singles player for Clyde, has been on top

Game. Set. Match. Championship.

SANDUSKY – An undefeated season, a Sandusky Bay Conference championship, three matches without losing a game – the only thing left to cap off an unforgettable season for Clyde High School senior, Hiroki Kawai, is a state championship and he's on the right path to do just that. Kawai, the No. 1 singles player for Clyde, has been on top

CLYDE – In just a few short months, Clyde will officially become the new home to a Federal Credit Union.
Tony Camilleri, President and C.E.O. of Federal Credit Union, said the decision to expand to the Clyde area was very easy – after what he called a bare drive.
“I was on my way towards Clyde one day,” he explained. ̶

Federal Credit Union breaks ground

CLYDE – In just a few short months, Clyde will officially become the new home to a Federal Credit Union. Tony Camilleri, President and C.E.O. of Federal Credit Union, said the decision to expand to the Clyde area was very easy – after what he called a bare drive. “I was on my way towards Clyde one day,” he explained. ̶

SANDUSKY – Roller coaster-maniacs can now rejoice as America's Rockin' Rollin' Coast reopened their gates Saturday morning for another season of screams, thrills, laughs and memories.
Cedar Point, America's largest amusement park, welcomed riders back for another season bright and early May 9, but this time with something new in store.
Stan

Cedar Point opens for another thrilling season

SANDUSKY – Roller coaster-maniacs can now rejoice as America's Rockin' Rollin' Coast reopened their gates Saturday morning for another season of screams, thrills, laughs and memories. Cedar Point, America's largest amusement park, welcomed riders back for another season bright and early May 9, but this time with something new in store. Stan

FREMONT – The last few months of school always tend to be the busiest times for teachers, but for one Fremont Ross graduate, he still finds time to say thank you to the teachers who have helped him along the way.
National Teacher Appreciation week is a week-long celebration – during the first week of May – for all to show their a

“I taught you that!”

FREMONT – The last few months of school always tend to be the busiest times for teachers, but for one Fremont Ross graduate, he still finds time to say thank you to the teachers who have helped him along the way. National Teacher Appreciation week is a week-long celebration – during the first week of May – for all to show their a

CLYDE – The city of Clyde now has their selection on who will complete this year's paving projects, following council's meeting Tuesday night.
Prior to council's scheduled meeting, Zachary J. Selvey was sworn in as the new City Solicitor. Selvey will replace Barry Bova and begin his new duties immediately.
Council passed a resolution at the

Council awards bid for paving projects

CLYDE – The city of Clyde now has their selection on who will complete this year's paving projects, following council's meeting Tuesday night. Prior to council's scheduled meeting, Zachary J. Selvey was sworn in as the new City Solicitor. Selvey will replace Barry Bova and begin his new duties immediately. Council passed a resolution at the





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