Friday, February 27, 2015
  • ‘Cats slow down Musketeers
    DELPHOS — Both Jefferson and Fort Jennings were pushing the pace and having good success scoring the basketball the first half.
  • Ninjago warriors master library activities
    Camden Gable, left, and Braxton Suever, wearing his ninja mask, build ninja tools out of Legos at the Delphos Public Library.
  • Dressed to the nines
    DELPHOS - With prom and bridal seasons revving up, the Inter-Faith Thrift Shop’s Retail Coordinator Manager Kelly Williams is pulling out all the stops and giving customers in the market for the specialty attire a private, boutique- style shopping experience.
    
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  • ELIDA — An employee complaint led inspectors from the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration to a wood pallet manufacturing facility in Elida operated by A & D Wood Products, where they found workers at risk of amputation, explosion and other life-threatening hazards. 
  • Lloyd B. Smith

    DELPHOS — Lloyd B. Smith, of Delphos, 96, died Saturday at Van Crest of Delphos.

     
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  • VAN WERT — Sheriff Thomas M. Riggenbach has released the Sheriff’s Office Activity Report.

    For the month of January, Sheriff’s Office cruisers traveled 23,194 miles while on patrol answering citizens’ complaints, serving criminal and civil papers, performing other Sheriff’s Office functions and transporting prisoners to state institutions and juveniles to juvenile detention center facilities.

     
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  • COLUMBUS (AP) — Roughly 61,000 Ohioans in Medicaid are expected to lose their coverage this weekend after failing to take steps to renew their health benefits as required, the state’s Medicaid director said Thursday.

     
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