Fulton County with strong presence on all-league football list
Hites named Christmas grand marshals
Blue Streaks’ season comes to screeching halt
Wauseon, Archbold survey damage after storm
Beck named American Star in Agriscience
- Lyons VFW fish fry Friday - 1:35 pm
- ‘Christmas For Kids’ seeks donors - 11:53 pm
- Lyme disease on rise in Ohio - 9:48 pm
- County wins Health at Work Award - 1:57 pm
- ECL open house celebrates 90 years - 1:46 pm
- Area veterans take part in Pheasant hunt - 1:19 pm
- Pettisville principal tours FCCC - 11:41 am
- WAUSEON POLICE REPORT - 11:41 am
- Hites named Christmas grand marshals - 11:41 am
- Senate bill targets school mandates - 11:40 am
- Secret Service speaks in Wauseon - 11:40 am
- FCCC Skills USA officers - 11:40 am
- FFA students compete in career event - 11:40 am
- SHERIFF’S REPORT - 11:40 am
- WHS releases honor roll - 11:38 am
- Ohioans advised to prepare for winter weather - 9:58 am
- Area veterans honored - 9:45 pm
- CRIME STOPPER - 11:19 am
- Traffic blitz slated - 11:05 am
- Huser named new Archbold Library director - 11:05 am
- Project augments fire, police depts. - 11:05 am updated: 11:05 am.
- SHERIFF’S REPORT - 11:04 am
- Health screening offered - 11:04 am
- Trick or Treat - 11:04 am
- Dennis FFA national finalist - 11:04 am
Senate bill targets school mandates
A bill has been introduced in the Ohio Senate that would remove layers of required mandates considered unnecessarily costly and time-consuming from th...
FCCC Skills USA officers
Officers of the over 500-member Four County Career Center Skills USA chapter include - front, from left -President Haylee Wyckhouse of Liberty Center,...
FFA students compete in career event
Last week, Fulton County FFA students competed in the Job Interview Career Development Event held at Fayette High School.Students polished their skill...
Wednesday, Nov. 111:04 a.m., 6633 County Road M, Fulton Twp., suspicious vehicle.12:29 p.m., 129 Courthouse Plaza, Wauseon, Fulton County Sheriff̵...
WHS releases honor roll
Wauseon High School has released its honor roll for the first nine weeks of the 2017-18 school year. An asterisk beside the name denotes a 4.0 grade p...
Indians looking to duplicate success of last season
The Wauseon girls bowling team hopes to duplicate last season when they took second in the Northwest Ohio Athletic League and later advanced to state....
6 return for Wauseon boys bowling
The Wauseon boys bowling team has a lot to be excited about for the upcoming season with the amount of returning letter winners they have.“IR...
State meet experience returns for Wauseon swimming, diving teams
The Wauseon swimming and diving team is poised for a successful season with many returning letter winners from a team that went to state last season.T...
Blue Streaks’ season comes to screeching halt
FINDLAY - Everyone has heard of the notion ‘it ain’t over until it’s over.’ Archbold experienced that in the most literal sens...
District 7 volleyball teams announced
The volleyball awards for District 7 were announced recently as many area athletes received recognition.Wauseon had three named first team District 7 ...
Streaks hope to out-physical Spartans
At this point in the football season, going into the second round of the playoffs, every game is tough. That will likely be the case this week when Ar...
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...
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...
Schaechterles celebrate 60th
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schaechterle of Delta are celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary.Harry and Sandy (Kline) Schaechterle were married on Sept. 8, ...
Mr. and Mrs. John Kern of Delta are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Amelia, to Trey Tompkins, son of Mr. Lonnie Tompkins and Ms....
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...
While the NAFTA renegotiations continue, our American delegation cannot forget about our farmers. NAFTA has been a huge success for the American agric...
The first week of October is Mental Health Awareness Week. For 18 years, our local affiliate of the National Alliance on Mental Illness has used the o...
Heidelberg’s Bulletin arrived the other day. I was a freshman music student at Heidelberg in 1949. (Yes, I know that’s ancient history.) B...