Abi Borojevich’ bucket upsets Swanton
ROX program empowering girls
Indians hold off Streaks in opener
DeWine chooses Husted as running mate
Swanton Accounting students compete at UT Business Challenge
- Man sentenced for OVI in Fulton County Court - 6:56 pm
- SACC campaign stresses drinking in moderation - 5:30 pm
- Delta Winterfest postponed until Saturday - 4:12 pm
- OFBF awards Fulton County - 11:17 am
- All I want for Christmas… - 11:02 am
- WAUSEON POLICE REPORT - 10:58 am
- INTV - 10:58 am
- Community Bulletin Board - 10:58 am
- Four motorists cited during blitz - 10:57 am
- Contenders vie for McColley vacancy - 10:57 am updated: 11:50 am.
- SHERIFF’S REPORT - 10:57 am
- COURTHOUSE NEWS - 10:57 am
- Nearly 73,000 deer checked during gun season - 8:20 am
- New resource available for preschool learners - 9:46 pm
- Dog licenses now on sale - 3:40 pm
- Locals earn graduate degrees at Lourdes - 2:57 pm
- Petitions for Ohio constitutional amendments certified - 2:09 pm
- ODNR Geologic Research Grants awarded - 2:09 pm
- Fentanyl cases on the rise in Ohio - 2:09 pm
- Delta library offers events - 12:18 pm
- Blood donations sought - 12:18 pm
- Children’s charity accused of bilking Ohio donors - 12:18 pm
- Jaguars compete in swim meet - 12:18 pm
- Delta, Lyons hosting weekend Christmas events - 12:18 pm
- Ohio Gas wants basic service charge increase - 12:18 pm updated: 2:19 pm.
Contenders vie for McColley vacancy
With the announcement Dec. 5 that State Representative Rob McColley will fill the District 1 Senate seat vacated by Cliff Hite, at least four candidat...
Thursday, Nov. 301:18 p.m., 204 Cypress Drive, Swanton, assist other unit.4:07 p.m., County Road B at County Road 3, Swancreek Twp., accident with pro...
Common Pleas CourtDaniel T. Jewett, Metamora, vs. Allison K. Jewett, Columbia, S.C., dissolution of marriage without children.Elizabeth Risner, Wauseo...
Nearly 73,000 deer checked during gun season
COLUMBUS - Hunters checked 72,814 white-tailed deer during Ohio’s 2017 weeklong deer-gun hunting season, according to the Ohio Department of Nat...
New resource available for preschool learners
Ohio’s parents and educators have a new resource to help little learners ages 3-5 prepare for school and their futures with the INFOhio Early Le...
Dog licenses now on sale
Dog licenses are now available for purchase online, at the Fulton County Auditor’s Office or they can be purchased at select locations around th...
Pettisville boys basketball wins a pair
After winning convincingly on the road against Edon 72-32 Thursday, Pettisville added another Buckeye Border Conference win when they dispatched of Mo...
Indians blow past Apaches
SHERWOOD – Hot shooting and a stingy defense was the perfect combination for the Wauseon boys basketball team Saturday night as the Indians went...
Defense key in Archbold win over Edgerton
After Edgerton twice cut an early Archbold lead to six points, the Blue Streaks came out and dominated play in the third period in a 58-33 win over Ed...
Wauseon sweeps home meet
The Wauseon swimming and diving team hosted a meet Thursday. The boys defeated St. John’s Jesuit 144-110, while the girls defeated Notre Dame Ac...
Wauseon wrestling competes at Ironman
WALSH - Members of the Wauseon wrestling team competed at the prestigious Ironman Tournament at Walsh Jesuit on Friday and Saturday against several of...
Fayette cruises past North Central
Fayette boys basketball evened its record at 1-1 on the young season with a 62-15 blowout win over North Central at home in Buckeye Border Conference ...
George’s Radio and Antenna honored by DISH
DISH recently designated George’s Radio and Antenna Service as a “Premier Local Retailer,” the company’s highest honor for bus...
FFA chapter attends convention
The Four County Career Center FFA Chapter had eight students attend the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, Ind., last week. While they were at t...
Health screening offered
Four County Career Center seniors recently took part in a free cholesterol screening offered by the Corporate and Community Health Promotion Team of t...
Fall on the Farm at Sauder Village
From churning butter, playing croquet, and building a scarecrow to digging potatoes, cutting wood with a bucksaw, and exploring a straw maze, Fall on ...
Opera house features Castle
Chase Castle, organist and collaborative musician from Cleveland, will appear at the Fayette Opera House on Sunday, Oct. 15, at 4 p.m. Chase studies m...
Most, if not all, of us, are pretty good at reading the signs. Oh, I don’t mean road signs. Of course, those must be read, too, but I mean the o...
Some things seem to be purely automatic. Like turning on the headlights when I get in the car and it is already dark or at the edge of dark. But there...
Some surprises are okay, I guess, but this wasn’t one of those!We were watching TV one evening recently, and suddenly there was an unwelcome gue...
This is probably not peculiar to me, as I suspect it happens to other people as well if and when you really think about it. Anyway, I don’t beli...
As we drove west on our vacation trip, we began seeing signs for Wall Drug. I first saw those signs in the mid 1950s when I was traveling alone in the...
It has come to my attention that Congress is discussing budget cuts that would affect the Energy Star program. While I am fully in favor of cutting th...