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District court introduces new case management system

Fremont City Court announced that the court received a technology grant from the Ohio Supreme Court in May 2021.

The implementation of the updated case management system was recently completed on November 10th.

The court clerk used a case management systems program that was introduced in 1992 and the last major upgrade was in 2008. The new upgrade will prove to be an invaluable improvement in the efficiency of the court.

Registration open for Jingle Bell Run

The Fremont Elite Runners Club is hosting its annual Jingle Bell Run at the Hayes Presidential Library and Museums on Saturday, December 4th.

The three-mile run begins and ends at Spiegel Grove, the Hayes Presidential property and the residence of President Rutherford and First Lady Lucy Hayes. The run starts at 10 a.m.

Registration starts at 9 a.m. at the Grove. It is $ 20 to pre-register and $ 25 on December 4th. A racing t-shirt will be given to those who register in advance.

Pre-registration and payment can be made at A form can also be downloaded from and then sent to the runners club.

Runners who pre-register will also receive a discount on a site pass that includes a guided tour of the Hayes Home or pure museum admission on December 4th after the run. Information about this discount will be enclosed with the runner registration.

The best costume and overall runners will be awarded.

The Runners Club is generously donating the proceeds of this event to the Hayes Presidential Library and Museums.

Call 419-332-2081 or visit for information.

American Legion hosts pancake breakfast

GENOA – The American Legion of Genoa hosts a pancake breakfast on Sunday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. The menu includes pancakes, sausages, scrambled eggs, cookies, as well as sauce and applesauce. The cost is $ 8 for adults and $ 5 for children. Dine in or perform available. The Legion is at 302 West St.