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  • YWCA comes out of comfort zone to thank community

    VAN WERT – A few days ago, Van Wert County YWCA employee Kelly Houg found herself in the kitchen of the Y doing something she admitted was leaving her a little uncomfortable. She was baking brownies and cookies to be passed out to “giving people” throughout the community as an act of appreciation for their kindnesses to the local YWCA.

  • Lady Knights roll past Patrick Henry in sectional semis

    MIDDLE POINT — On December 30, Crestview’s girls basketball team was held to 14 percent shooting and 28 total points in a lopsided loss at Hicksville. Thanks to a 60-34 beat down the Lady Knights put on Patrick Henry on Tuesday night’s Division III sectional semifinal at Lincolnview, Crestview will get a chance to face the Aces again this weekend with a berth at districts on the line.

  • Niswonger unveils new Enrich Community Concert Series 2018-19

    VAN WERT — The tradition lives on in the all-new, value-packed and artfully crafted 2018-2019 Enrich Community Concert Series at the Niswonger Performing Arts Center presented by Unverferth Family Dentistry and Roger and Kay Okuley. Four performances have been carefully packaged together to make art and entertainment accessible, affordable and inspire wonder! Just look at what is coming.

  • DHI Media welcomes Motycka as Advertising Manager

    DELPHOS – DHI Media is proud to announce that it has hired Dayna Motycka as Advertising Manager for The Delphos Herald and Van Wert Times Bulletin.

    
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  • YWCA comes out of comfort zone to thank community

    VAN WERT – A few days ago, Van Wert County YWCA employee Kelly Houg found herself in the kitchen of the Y doing something she admitted was leaving her a little uncomfortable. She was baking brownies and cookies to be passed out to “giving people” throughout the community as an act of appreciation for their kindnesses to the local YWCA.

  • Lady Knights roll past Patrick Henry in sectional semis

    MIDDLE POINT — On December 30, Crestview’s girls basketball team was held to 14 percent shooting and 28 total points in a lopsided loss at Hicksville. Thanks to a 60-34 beat down the Lady Knights put on Patrick Henry on Tuesday night’s Division III sectional semifinal at Lincolnview, Crestview will get a chance to face the Aces again this weekend with a berth at districts on the line.

  • Lucas “Luke” Rolland Tobias

    VAN WERT, Ohio — Lucas “Luke” Rolland Tobias, 39, of Van Wert, found peace on Feb. 17, 2018. He was born on Dec. 6, 1978, to Aaron Bidlack of Grover Hill, Ohio and Virginia “Jenny” (Parsons) Tobias. He is also survived by his father, Steve Tobias of Van Wert.

  • Crews used boats to help residents amid Midwest flooding

    ELKHART, Ind. (AP) — Crews used boats to help residents evacuate their homes in northern Indiana after rainstorms sweeping across the Midwest on Wednesday combined with melting snow to flood rivers, roads and other low-lying areas in several states.

  • Wallace in 2nd: Best Daytona 500 finish for black driver

    DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Darrell Wallace Jr. let the weight of his milestone in the Daytona 500 wallop him once he saw mom. He sobbed as Desiree Wallace bounded onto the dais and wrapped her arms around her son for a hug neither wanted to end.

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