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  • Another celestial show nears

    On Tuesday, Feb. 19, the moon will be at its perigee (a term with origins in Greek, Latin and 16th century French meaning “close around the earth”). It will be another Super Moon (any time a full moon comes closer than 361,554.9 miles from earth). The moon on Jan. 21 was 222,274 miles away while Tuesday’s will be just 221,681 miles away. That will make it not only 593 miles (about 40 miles beyond Kansas City, Missouri, from Van Wert) closer, but also the closest one for the entire year!

  • Huge first quarter pushes Cougars over Celina 64-45
    VAN WERT — It says a lot about resilience that Van Wert scored more points in Friday night’s first quarter (27) against Celina than it did in the entire game (26) last Saturday at St. Henry. That big quarter pushed the Cougars to a 64-45 win. Van Wert is now 11-9 overall and 5-3 in the WBL. The Bulldogs are 5-15 and 3-5.
  • 30 point third quarter pushes Paulding past Lincolnview
    MIDDLE POINT — All season long Lincolnview has been fighting one problem, a dip in performance for an entire quarter. Friday night it reared it’s ugly head again, as the host Lancers gave up 30 points in the third quarter to fall to Paulding 66-52. No one is more aware of the Lancers falters than Lincolnview head coach Brett Hammons.
  • Portal 2:20 celebrating 2 years of giving teens a safe, fun place
    VAN WERT – On Feb. 20, Portal 2:20 Teen Center will be celebrating two years of giving teens in the community a safe, fun place to hang out with their friends. The idea came about by Julie Burk, who wanted to give teens a comfortable place to have fun and fit in.
    
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  • Portal 2:20 celebrating 2 years of giving teens a safe, fun place
    VAN WERT – On Feb. 20, Portal 2:20 Teen Center will be celebrating two years of giving teens in the community a safe, fun place to hang out with their friends. The idea came about by Julie Burk, who wanted to give teens a comfortable place to have fun and fit in.
  • Huge first quarter pushes Cougars over Celina 64-45
    VAN WERT — It says a lot about resilience that Van Wert scored more points in Friday night’s first quarter (27) against Celina than it did in the entire game (26) last Saturday at St. Henry. That big quarter pushed the Cougars to a 64-45 win. Van Wert is now 11-9 overall and 5-3 in the WBL. The Bulldogs are 5-15 and 3-5.
  • James W. Smith

    VAN WERT, Ohio — James W. Smith, 90, of Van Wert, died at 8:59 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2019, at the C.H.P.- Inpatient Hospice Center in Van Wert.

  • Rockford man arrested, handgun and drugs confiscated
    ROCKFORD – Zachary H. Haney, 35, of Rockford, was arrested after police were called to 218 W. Market St. at 4:55 a.m. on Friday. Officers were advised by a female that Haney was outside her door with a gun threatening her boyfriend.
  • Bauer calls hearing's ending 'character assassination'
    GOODYEAR, Ariz. (AP) — All-Star pitcher Trevor Bauer thought the Cleveland Indians had presented a better overall case against him in their latest salary arbitration hearing, until the last 10 minutes he viewed as "character assassination" against him.
  • One of the courses I’m currently taking is Creative Non-Fiction. Essentially, you write about your real-life experiences and stories in a compelling way. After finishing the first round of workshops (we peer reviewed each person’s witting and provided feedback to them in front of everyone) I came out of class feeling like I had left a therapy session.

  • Another celestial show nears

    On Tuesday, Feb. 19, the moon will be at its perigee (a term with origins in Greek, Latin and 16th century French meaning “close around the earth”). It will be another Super Moon (any time a full moon comes closer than 361,554.9 miles from earth). The moon on Jan. 21 was 222,274 miles away while Tuesday’s will be just 221,681 miles away. That will make it not only 593 miles (about 40 miles beyond Kansas City, Missouri, from Van Wert) closer, but also the closest one for the entire year!

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