Delta’s Cole Mattin, Archbold’s Gavin Grime win state titles in Division III
Indians top Bulldogs to win sectional title
Panthers down Bulldogs to advance to district
Indians earn district runner-up honors
New kings of the hill
- Murder trial opens - 12:59 am
- Worley Trial topics: Pornography, cell phones, DNA - 8:38 pm updated: 12:42 am.
- Archbold wins Junior High Quiz Tournament - 2:24 pm
- WPD warns of beef jerky scam - 10:26 am updated: 10:28 am.
- Local man killed after crash - 12:05 pm updated: 12:43 pm.
- New realty business - 12:00 pm
- PDY expanding 1:1 program - 11:59 am
- Worley friend: We smoked pot, watched porn - 11:56 am updated: 12:50 am.
- Shed build, raffle to benefit Habitat for Humanity - 10:35 am
- Trout release slated for area reservoirs - 8:05 am
- Heising qualifies for National Spelling Bee - 7:12 am
- COURTHOUSE NEWS - 1:16 am
- Ground broken for board office - 10:03 pm
- Jobless rate increases in Fulton County - 1:53 pm
- BWC grant protects firefighters - 3:43 am
- United Way hosts annual event - 1:26 am
- Investigators recall Worley property search - 10:43 pm
- Numeracy Challenge winners - 10:39 pm
- Evergreen D.A.R.E. has graduation - 9:50 pm
- Piano duels to liven fundraiser - 8:14 pm
- ‘Literally, that was his life’ - 9:30 am
- Murder trial opens with revelations - 8:27 am updated: 8:59 am.
- WAUSEON POLICE REPORT - 3:50 am
- Law will regulate property deed solicitations - 9:12 pm
- Opening statements made in murder trial - 1:36 pm
Heising qualifies for National Spelling Bee
On Saturday, Pettisville Junior High School eighth grader Lyla Heising participated in the Northwest Ohio Championship Spelling Bee sponsored by the T...
Common Pleas CourtSherwood State Bank, Defiance, vs. Daniel Storrer, Archbold, foreclosure.Barbara Nowakowski, Swanton, vs. Eric Langenderfer, dissolu...
Ground broken for board office
A groundbreaking was held Monday for Wauseon Exempted Village School District’s new board of education building. The new building will be locate...
Jobless rate increases in Fulton County
The unemployment rate in Fulton County was up one percent from December to January, according to data released Tuesday by the Ohio Department of Job a...
BWC grant protects firefighters
Due to heavy demand, the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) is more than doubling its funding for a new grant program aimed at protectin...
Maddie Mattimore named to all-state second team
Two area athletes were honored as the Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association announced the All-Ohio girls basketball teams earlier this week.Maddie Matti...
Presale tickets available
Presale tickets for Wauseon’s Division II boys basketball regional semifinal against Lexington Thursday at the Stroh Center in Bowling Green wil...
Morgan Leppelmeier named Buckeye Border Conference Player of the Year
Pettisville’s Morgan Leppelmeier was named the Buckeye Border Conference Player of the year on the all-league girls basketball list that was com...
Pettisville duo selected to first team
Both Fayette and Pettisville were represented on the all-league first team in the Buckeye Border Conference.Outright league champion Pettisville had a...
Archbold tops Eastwood, Cardinal Stritch for district title
TOLEDO – Starting the final frame with an 11-point lead, Archbold saw it drop to five on two occasions, but in the end the experience of the Blu...
Indians punch ticket to regional
ADA – In a game that was never as close as it looked, Wauseon punched its ticket to a second consecutive Division II boys basketball regional wi...
Common Pleas CourtAshley Heller, Stryker, vs. Dale Heller, Wauseon, dissolution of marriage with children.New Penn Financial LLC, Greenville, S.C., vs...
A gift of warmth
Along with the cold weather, an anonymous act of good will showed up in Wauseon’s Reighard Park last week. Scarves were tied to trees along Park...
The annual Christmas in Swanton celebration was held on Saturday. The morning included a parade, which featured floats, bands such as Delta High Schoo...
We have animals that share our living space – in fact, our very lives. In this case, they are Socks, my roommate’s cat, and of course, Kel...
50 years and counting
The Wauseon High School Class of 1967 shared stories and caught up on news at its 50th reunion, held Oct. 7 at Sullivan’s Restaurant. Pictured a...
It had been a long hiatus! First, Christmas and New Year’s Day put a stop on our regular Monday visits to the nursing home. Then, our registrati...
In the spring, when Dad was plowing and I wanted to be with him, he would take me to the field with him. I took a tin can along and picked up earthwor...
Kelly, my trained therapy dog, and I have been a registered therapy team for several years. She had flunked both service and therapy dog training with...
Well, it’s time for most of us to tuck Christmas 2017 away in the box of memories labeled “Christmases past”. Oh, there are still fa...
Several years ago, while on a mission trip to Nicaragua, we were visiting a mother and infant hospital. Each mother was given a layette which we had p...
It would be our final trip to Henderson Settlement in Frakes, Ky., for this year. Again, we were taking a load of new toys to be sold in their thrift ...