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  • Signs focus of Van Wert City Schools Board of Education meeting
    Signs focus of Van Wert City Schools Board of Education meeting

    VAN WERT — Signs were the primary focus of the June meeting of the Van Wert City Schools Board of Education meeting held Wednesday, June 23. Three board members, President Anthony Adams, Greg Blackmore and Dr. Debby Compton, were on hand to hear about various bits of signage the district has planned.

  • Youth fishing tournament set
    Youth fishing tournament set

    VAN WERT — On June 26, the Van Wert Parks Department will be hosting a free children’s fishing tournament for ages 3-13. The tournament will take place at the Smiley Park Pond next to Leeson Avenue from 9 - 11 a.m. They ask that each child brings their own fishing pole, tackle, and bait for the tournament. A parent, grandparent, or legal guardian must be present with the children who are participating.

  • Johnny Cash Tribute, Man In Black, coming to Van Wert
    Johnny Cash Tribute, Man In Black, coming to Van Wert

    VAN WERT — HG Violet Equipment presents the No. 1 Johnny Cash Tribute Show, Man In Black, at the Niswonger on Saturday, Oct. 9 at 7:30 p.m. This Van Wert Live event offers a retro look, sound, and feel into the performance of American icon, Johnny Cash, and delivers the raw prowess that made Cash a 20th-century pop culture figure. Member Sales have begun from just $34. General Sales begin on Wednesday, July 7, 2021. The Man In Black is presented by HG Violet Equipment along with 2021 Annual Sponsors Central Insurance Companies, First Federal of Van Wert, and Statewide Ford - Lincoln.

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Fort Wayne woman arrested following incident in Willshire
    Fort Wayne woman arrested following incident in Willshire

    VAN WERT COUNTY — Van Wert County Sheriff Thomas M. Riggenbach announced the arrest of a woman at RoadDog Convenience Store in Willshire. Sheriff Riggenbach stated his office received a phone call at Monday at 10:35 a.m. about a woman walking around with a gun. The caller advised the woman had been at the gas pumps for over an hour and acted as if she was trying to read credit card numbers from other customers. Sheriff Riggenbach said his office received a second call about this woman, with the caller advising the woman pointed gun in his back.

    
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