Saturday, October 25, 2014
  • High school students learn the value of the dollar
    OTTOVILLE — Ottoville and Fort Jennings eighth- and ninth-grade students participated in Real World, Real Money, a simulated scenario that puts each student through the rigors of real-world financial responsibility.
  • Delphos Chamber members enjoy October Business After Hours
    UltraSound Special Events, Gilden Insurance Agency and The Delphos Herald sponsored the Delphos Area Chamber of Commerce October Business After Hours at The Kangaroo Cave.
  • Manufacturing Open House at Vantage
    Vantage Career Center held a Manufacturing Open House Friday to celebrate Manufacturing Month in Ohio.
  • From the Thrift Shop

    Wouldn’t it be nice to wave a magic wand and have everything appear (or disappear) the way we want? For those of us old enough to remember the TV show Bewitched, it was just a wiggle of her cute little nose to get what she wanted. I could never get my nose to do that as hard as I tried. If I did have that wand to wave or could wiggle my nose, I’d certainly clear the weather up for the farmers in our community who desperately need about three weeks of nice, dry, sunny days to get the harvest in. It’s getting critical now. As the fall winds pick up, the soybeans run the risk of the pods shattering out and the corn stalks breaking down.

    
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  • High school students learn the value of the dollar
    OTTOVILLE — Ottoville and Fort Jennings eighth- and ninth-grade students participated in Real World, Real Money, a simulated scenario that puts each student through the rigors of real-world financial responsibility. 
  • Coldwater spoils senior night with 49-0 rout of St. John’s
    DELPHOS — The setting was perfect for 15 Delphos St. John’s senior football players as they prepared for their final home game Friday night at Stadium Park. The weather was warm for the last week of October, with no wind to blow the ball around. 
  • Caroline A. Klaus

    Caroline A. Klaus, 91, of Landeck, passed away on Monday at Sarah Jane Living Center in Delphos.

     
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  • On Saturday, Delphos Police officers came into contact with a male creating a disturbance behind businesses located in the 200 block of North Main Street. The male was identified as 36-year-old Ritchie Royster of Delphos. Royster was given an opportunity to get a ride home but continued to be belligerent with officers. He was taken into custody and transported to the Allen County Jail. He is facing a charge of persistent disorderly conduct by intoxication.

     
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  • MARYSVILLE, Wash. (AP) — A student recently crowned freshman class Homecoming prince walked into his Seattle-area high school cafeteria Friday and opened fire, killing one person and shooting several others in the head before turning the gun on himself, officials and witnesses said.

     
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