Sunday, December 21, 2014
  • Grove plays spoiler, grabs season-opener over Wildcats
    DELPHOS — On a night the Jefferson administration and current boys basketball team decided to honor the late Ed Smith (father of head boys basketball coach Marc Smith and grandfather of junior star Trey Smith) for his contributions to the boys program, the Columbus Grove Bulldogs played spoiler, surviving a 55-50 overtime triumph to open their season and the Northwest Conference campaign.
  • Elwer earns his 100th victory at St. John’s
    DELPHOS — Some St. John’s fans might call it winning ugly, but Blue Jay coach Aaron Elwer described his team’s 56-40 Friday victory over Fort Recovery at “The Vatican” as just another game in the Midwest Athletic Conference.
  • Fire destroys Third Street home in Delphos
    A Delphos couple lost their home on West Third Street after a three-alarm blaze Friday morning. Delphos Fire and Resuce was called to a home of Dave and Pam Rowland at 405 W. Third St. at approximately 9:48 a.m.
  • Santa’s ‘elves’ deliver Christmas joy
    DELPHOS - Delphos St. John’s and Jefferson High School students worked in unison on Friday to help deliver fruit plates, gifts and food boxes to city residents for the 38th Annual Delphos Community Christmas Project.
    
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  • Fire destroys Third Street home in Delphos
    A Delphos couple lost their home on West Third Street after a three-alarm blaze Friday morning. Delphos Fire and Resuce was called to a home of Dave and Pam Rowland at 405 W. Third St. at approximately 9:48 a.m. 
  • Imogene Mox

    DELPHOS — Imogene Mox of Delphos passed away peacefully surrounded by her children Thursday at Vancrest Healthcare Center.

     
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  • Van Wert Sheriff's Office

    12-3 11:19 a.m.

    The department received a call about cruelty to animals in the 1000 block of Superior Street in Delphos. The dog warden left a door hanger, checked back and the issue had been resolved.

     
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  • My, how things can change — quickly. Friday morning I was thinking how much I enjoy the last day of school before Christmas break. Franklin Elementary holds its annual Teddy Bear program and it’s just so much fun watching those kids choose their prize when their names are drawn.

     
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  • It was Christmas Eve. The night was very dark and the snow was falling fast, as Hermann, the charcoal-burner, drew his cloak tightly around him and the wind whistled fiercely through the trees of the Black Forest. 
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