Indians pound Bulldogs, 9-1
Corn Fest to revel in rivals
Senior leadership a strength for Indians
Aug. or Sept.? School start pondered
Wauseon golf returns entire team
- Wauseon ACE to celebrate customer satisfaction award - 3:47 pm
- Delta man sentenced for assault - 2:26 pm
- Rotary Club debuts trail to members - 12:57 pm
- Poker run deals veterans winning hand - 12:57 pm
- Christopher Lake named new Swanton Local Schools Superintendent - 12:57 pm
- COURTHOUSE NEWS - 12:57 pm
- NAMI to offer mental health education - 12:57 pm
- Marching down Main - 12:57 pm
- Scholarship winners - 12:57 pm
- WAUSEON POLICE REPORT - 12:56 pm
- Memorial Run returns to Evergreen community - 10:40 am
- Partial eclipse to dazzle viewers - 10:38 am
- INTV - 8:22 am
- Charge dropped against Wauseon man accused of assault - 1:00 pm updated: 9:39 am.
- 911 renewal, increase among Nov. ballot issues - 2:16 pm
- Corn Fest to revel in rivals - 1:51 pm
- Partial eclipse to dazzle viewers - 12:25 pm
- Traffic blitz scheduled - 12:24 pm
- Archbold man sentenced for burglary - 12:24 pm
- State Fair Champion - 12:23 pm
- Wauseon BOE presents new teachers - 12:23 pm
- ‘Drive Sober’ campaign kicks off - 12:23 pm
- Fair to feature Skillathons - 12:23 pm
- Corn Festival cancels band following post by member - 11:51 am
- Fake solar eclipse glasses have been sold - 8:26 pm
WAUSEON POLICE REPORT
Wednesday, Aug. 911:49 a.m., 116 W. Superior St., animal call.12:17 p.m., 259 W. Elm St., investigate complaint.2:13 p.m., 259 W. Elm St., 911 hang-up...
Memorial Run returns to Evergreen community
Since 2006, the Evergreen Community Trot for a Track has raised funds to support the construction of the track facilities at Evergreen High School and...
Changes do occur in the programming schedule after the publication of the Expositor. For the most current information, watch the program guide on Chan...
Charge dropped against Wauseon man accused of assault
A felony charge has been dropped against a Wauseon man who allegedly struck another man on the head Friday morning in Wauseon, but a charge could stil...
911 renewal, increase among Nov. ballot issues
There will be 12 issues on the ballot around Fulton County for the November general election.There will be one countywide issue on the ballot. A renew...
Indians best Archers
Wauseon golf hosted Antwerp Thursday, defeating the Archers by a 176-187 final.CJ Moser was a medalist with a 40. Eric Parker followed with a 41 for W...
Panthers down Blackbirds, Tigers in golf tri-match
Delta took first over Pettisville and Holgate at a golf tri-match at Ironwood Thursday. They won by a score of 188-194-225.Jay Vann of Delta was a med...
Panthers open boys soccer season with 6-2 win
Using a football reference, the Delta Panthers went over the top on Emmanuel Christian.To use a futbol reference, Delta went over the top on Emmanuel ...
Vikings look to reload in 2017
Evergreen volleyball returns some players from last year’s squad that finished 14-10 overall and 4-3 in the Northwest Ohio Athletic League, but ...
Kinsey Finnen returns for Delta volleyball
The Delta volleyball team is hoping to get above the .500 mark this season after last year finishing 9-13.They will be led by returning letter winners...
Wauseon boys soccer shut out by Rossford
While the scoreboard might not show it, the Wauseon boys soccer team played tough in the losing end of a 3-0 decision to visiting Rossford Friday to s...
Rotary Club of Swanton awards scholarships
The Rotary Club of Swanton recently announced its 2017 scholarship recipients. Those pictured include, from left, Steven Lunn, Noah Kokensparger, Kait...
Celebrating at the Chicken Festival
The Delta High School band marches in the Chicken Festival parade on Sunday.Grand marshals John and Beth Bay ride in the Delta Chicken Festival parade...
NOCAC offers cooling assistance
The Northwestern Ohio Community Action Commission (NOCAC) is offering the Summer Crisis Program for cooling assistance.The program can provide a one-t...
Evergreen Middle School honor roll announced
Evergreen Middle School has announced its fourth quarter honor roll. Students must have a grade point average of 3.25 and above to make the list.Sixth...
Camp Palmer secures high ropes donation
The Camp Palmer staff and board have announced a $12,000 grant from Bryan Area Foundations for the new high ropes project at camp. Other recent grants...
When I was in elementary school (called grade school then), somebody handed out rulers every year. At least, my memory says it was every year. Those r...
In the ’80s our family was looking for someone to live with our beloved mother in her later years. Otherwise, we would need to put her in a nurs...
Who is my neighbor?Is it the one who lives next door? Down the street? Across the mile? While the dictionary (yes, I still own one of those) says, ...
Less drinking, more thinking
Editor’s Note: The following is a guest column from the Swanton Area Community Coalition and Four County ADAMHs Board.Ahh summer! Ready to fire ...
A group of 29 eager, happy, avid adults was enjoying a one-day motor coach tour of Goodwill stores in southern Michigan. The 29 included the driver an...
The area had experienced a two-day rainfall. My rain gauge registered a full two inches. My seemingly level back yard also registered significant rain...