Canceling school serious decision
Records broken at district swim meet
Indians take home third straight title
Tuesday’s ice storm ‘significant’
Wauseon schools’ news goes digital
- Heating aid still available - 9:07 pm
- Toledo Symphony Orchestra coming to Sauder Village - 3:11 pm
- Water line break details discussed - 12:26 pm
- Swanton man sentenced for domestic violence - 7:23 am
- SHERIFF’S REPORT - 3:20 am
- Chamber awards shining businesses - 8:59 am
- COURTHOUSE NEWS - 2:42 am
- College students get honors - 8:42 am
- Highway money top of DeWine’s budget concerns - 6:19 am
- Swanton Library hosting kid events - 3:41 am
- ADAMhs Board updated on suicide prevention grants - 1:58 am
- INTV - 10:32 pm
- SNAP clients offered aide - 8:21 pm
- Fayette man guilty of assault - 6:35 pm
- 2018-19 FFA officers - 3:19 pm
- Canceling school serious decision - 12:18 pm
- Aquifer project faces public scrutiny - 7:30 pm
- Senior Center offering health series - 2:22 pm
- FCHC holds 22nd Health Care Camp - 11:18 am
- Ag producers’ MFP deadline extended - 7:02 am
- Clerk of courts gives year-end report - 11:16 pm
- Heading for state competition - 10:43 am
- Latta announces art contest - 12:39 am
- Grand jury indicts six people - 6:46 pm
- Evergreen schools receive Momentum Award - 3:08 pm
Swanton Library hosting kid events
The Friends of the Swanton Public Library will hold their annual Cabin Fever Used Book and Media Sale on Thursday, Feb. 21, 6-8:30 p.m., and Friday, F...
ADAMhs Board updated on suicide prevention grants
Since the start of the fiscal year, the Four County ADAMhs Board has received grants totaling $23,728 to support a variety of suicide prevention activ...
Changes do occur in the programming schedule after the publication of the Expositor. Spectrum Cable has INTV on Channel 1021.Tuesday, Feb. 19: 10 a.m....
SNAP clients offered aide
As a result of February’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits being issued Jan. 16, due to the federal shutdown to ensure ...
Fayette man guilty of assault
The following individuals were sentenced recently by Judge Jeffrey Robinson in Fulton County Common Pleas Court, according to Prosecutor Scott Haselma...
2018-19 FFA officers
Four County Career Center FFA Chapter members include over 125 Agriculture/Diesel Mechanics, Diesel Mechanics, Floral Design, Landscape and Greenhouse...
Nate Ruple chosen as next Delta football coach
Delta High School will have a new leader on the gridiron. Nate Ruple will be hired as the head football coach and will take over the Panthers’ f...
Panthers claim back-to-back Northwest Ohio Athletic League girls basketball titles
Wymer & Wymer.New law firm in northwest Ohio?Uh nope.New TV and movie stars like sisters Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen?Uh try again.On a day when bac...
Archbold boys basketball holds off Evergreen for NWOAL title share
There is a difference between losing and getting beat.Losing means you packed it in, gave up, didn’t play well and allowed your opponent to domi...
Pettisville earns rivalry win, stumbles against Evergreen
Pettisville made sure that Friday night’s boys basketball rematch with Fayette was not a repeat of the double overtime thriller from Jan. 3, whi...
Records broken at district swim meet
BOWLING GREEN – Wauseon saw 12 swimmers and divers punch their ticket to the upcoming state tournament last week in action at the Division II No...
Fulton County Fair Winners
The list of winners from the 2018 Fulton County has been released along with attendance numbers. Overall attendance was 290,697. Saturday was the most...
Church plans open house
The community is invited to an open house at Shiloh Christian Union Church in honor of Pastor Chuck Whitmire. Whitmire and his wife, Anita, have been ...
A look back at 2018 fair
Big & Rich with members of the Fulton County Sheriff’s Department.Kruez Lichtenwald, 9, of Fayette got to go on stage and sing with Big &...
Fulton County Fair winners
Grand Champion Pen of 3 Chickens - Exhibitor: Ava Genter, daughter of Kisha & A.J. of Archbold. Buyers: Bodey Insurance, represented by Mark Bodey...
Fulton County Fair kicks off Friday
Much has changed in Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan in the past 160-some years: cell phones and wireless networks have replaced the telegraph, v...
This morning’s ice storm reminds me of one when I was a teenager.We lived and worked at the county home in Ottokee. It was routine for ”th...
Until my family moved to the county home where our parents became superintendent and matron, we lived on a 40-acre farm on North 20 east of Oakshade. ...
Love your neighbor as yourself
When I bought my home three years ago this spring, I had no idea who my next door neighbors were. Just by looking around, I knew the people on one sid...
The invitation to spend four, and possibly more, two-day time periods working in a mission field within a short drive from home went out to people alr...
Protecting Ohio business owners
We hear a lot about the importance of protecting consumers from shady lenders, but many people may not realize small businesses often fall victim to t...
With the sale of the beloved Sacred Heart Home, an Oregon, Ohio, nursing home Kelly and I have visited regularly, spirits of residents, employees, and...