Friday, October 24, 2014
 
  • 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.

  • Kinner enjoys the cultural diversities in United States

    DELPHOS — When Cultural Exchange student Nicole Kinner stepped off the plane in Detroit, after a nine hour flight from Frankfort Germany, she was amazed at the differences in some of the simple things in life we take for granted; large bathrooms and motion sensor sinks, soap dispensers and hand dryers.

  • Warmer weather makes for a busy park
    Warmer weather and sunshine brought children out to the park to play.
  • Versatile Cavaliers too much for Lady Bulldogs
    KALIDA — When you get into a District tournament in any sport, usually, you are going to run into high-quality competition.
    
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  • PAULDING — Northwest Ohio may not have seen the end of new wind farms in the area. DHI Media has learned that the Northwest Ohio Wind Project in Blue Creek and Latty townships of Paulding County has changed hands.

     
  • 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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  • 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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  • NEW YORK — An emergency room doctor who recently returned to the city after treating Ebola patients in West Africa has tested positive for the virus, Mayor Bill de Blasio said. It’s the first case in the city and the fourth in the nation. 
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