Saturday, January 31, 2015
 
  • Redskin defense rules Blue Jays in MAC play

    DELPHOS — St. John’s head basketball coach Aaron Elwer had more than X’s and O’s to go over in preparation to take on the 4th-ranked team in Division III Friday afternoon.

  • Snowstorm predicted for this weekend
    VAN WERT — This winter is getting stranger and stranger. After receiving just over a foot of snow from November through much of January, the snowy action is beginning to heat up. Last weekend saw snow hit quickly and melt away almost as fast. Van Wert County Emergency Management Director measured three inches of the white stuff at Convoy and five in Van Wert.
  • Wilson laces, stamps and ships for Sunday’s championship game


    ADA — It’s been a busy week for Dan Riegle and the Wilson Football factory in Ada as they tie up loose laces, meeting national media like CNN, Bloomberg and CNBC and getting ready for the big game this Sunday.
  • Lincolnview sinks Jefferson Wildcats in defensive tussle
    DELPHOS — The Lincolnview Lady Lancers made the short trip to Delphos and Jefferson High School gymnasium and came back home with a 37-31 Northwest Conference victory over the Wildcats.
    
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  • Snowstorm predicted for this weekend
    VAN WERT — This winter is getting stranger and stranger. After receiving just over a foot of snow from November through much of January, the snowy action is beginning to heat up. Last weekend saw snow hit quickly and melt away almost as fast. Van Wert County Emergency Management Director measured three inches of the white stuff at Convoy and five in Van Wert. 
  • MIDDLE POINT — Jefferson and Lincolnview were very much alike heading into Friday night’s Northwest Conference boys basketball clash at Lincolnview. Each have had their share of close losses and were seeking to find ways to win those games. 
  • DELPHOS — Daniel F. Reel, 72, of Delphos, died Wednesday at Florida Hospital North, Tarpon Springs, Florida. 
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  • To the editor,

    About a year ago Ohio made the wise choice and decided to extend Medicaid health insurance coverage to some of our most vulnerable citizens. For the sake of those individuals and our community, Ohio needs to continue extended Medicaid.

     
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  • Community Health Professionals honors long-term employees
    VAN WERT — Community Health Professionals home health and hospice recently honored 82 employees with 10 or more years of service to the organization’s three affiliated nonprofit corporations and 12 offices in Northwest and West Central Ohio. 
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  • LeBron returns, Love, Irving team for 44, as Cavs top Kings

    CLEVELAND (AP) — Kevin Love and Kyrie Irving combined for 44 points, and LeBron James scored 19 in his return from a one-game absence, as the Cleveland Cavaliers stayed hot, beating the Sacramento Kings 101-90 on Friday night for their ninth straight win.

     

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