Tuesday, February 19, 2019
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  • 1st annual Cupcake Wars set to raise money for winning United Way agency
    VAN WERT – Twenty-eight bakers representing United Way agencies are gearing up for the first annual Cupcake Wars which will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on March 1 at the Wassenberg Art Center. The Cupcake War is presented by Van Wert Manor and United Way.
  • Van Wert County’s vanished black community
    VAN WERT – Sprinkled throughout Van Wert County, and Willshire Township in particular, are scattered remnants of what was once known as one of the largest rural black communities in the area. The heart of the settlement occurred between 1837 and 1838 when freed slaves began arriving from the plantation of John Randolph from Roanoke, Virginia.
  • Carl Link recognized for service to pork industry
    COLUMBUS — Carl Link, Live Production Manager at Cooper Farms, was the recipient of a prestigious honor at The Ohio Pork Council’s annual awards luncheon on Wednesday, Feb. 13.
  • County high school artists perform at First Methodist Church on Sunday
    VAN WERT – The Van Wert County Foundation presented the county’s most talented students in the 16th annual Young Artist’s Showcase held at the First Methodist Church on Sunday afternoon. Student musicians from Van Wert, Lincolnview and Crestview High Schools performed in this prestigious event based on their performances and ratings at the recent OMEA Solo and Ensemble Contest.
    
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  • Lincolnview drops another close game
    ARLINGTON — Ask any coach and more often than not they will tell you they appreciate having the tougher part of their schedule towards the end of the season. The obvious reason being that it gears a team up for the postseason. Lincolnview is on that stretch, and for the fifth time in six games have come up just short. Lincolnview traveled to Arlington Saturday and loss 41-37.
  • Antonio ‘Tony’ Benavidez

    UNION CITY, Ohio — Antonio “Tony” Benavidez, 79, of Union City, Ohio, formerly of Van Wert, passed away at 2:51 a.m. on Sunday, Feb. 17, 2019, at Lutheran Medical Center in Fort Wayne. He was born Jan. 15, 1940, in Nixon, Texas, to the late Ramon and Herlinda (Trigo) Benavidez.

  • 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.
  • 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.

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