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  • Status of pool for 2020 still uncertain
    Status of pool for 2020 still uncertain
    DELPHOS — While the status of the Delphos Municipal Swimming Pool is still uncertain, the city’s splash pad is set to open on Monday, weather permitting, under COVID-19 guidelines.
  • Rotary Music in the Park series opens June 14
    Rotary Music in the Park series opens June 14
    DELPHOS — The Delphos Rotary Club has announced the 2020 Music in the Park series.
  • Kid’s Breakfast now grab-and-go
    Kid’s Breakfast now grab-and-go
    DELPHOS — With little the same since the early part of March when the global pandemic for COVID-19 was declared, the St. Peter Lutheran Church Inreach/Outreach Kid’s Breakfast Program is also feeling the effects.
  • Canal cleanup set
    Canal cleanup set
    DELPHOS — The Delphos Canal Commission has set the annual summer canal cleanup for June 20.
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  • Body of Isaac Schroeder pulled from Auglaize River
    FORT JENNINGS - Rescue workers pulled the body of 5-year-old Isaac Schroeder from a log jam in Auglaize River at 5:07 p.m. Thursday, approximately 3/4 of a mile from his home where he went missing Wednesday afternoon.
  • OHSAA to expand football playoffs in 2021
    COLUMBUS — During its May meeting Wednesday afternoon, the Ohio High School Athletic Association Board of Directors voted unanimously to expand the OHSAA football playoffs from eight schools per region to 12 beginning in the 2021 season.
  • The Rev. James E. Steinle
    TIFFIN — The Rev. James E. Steinle, 94, of Tiffin and formerly of Delphos, passed away Saturday morning, May 23, 2020, at St. Francis Home.
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  • COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio’s aggressive steps closing its schools and limiting access to public places has held off a feared wave of COVID-19 cases and won wide praise for Republican Gov. Mike DeWine. Now there are widening cracks in his foundation of support and signs that his greatest challenges will comes this month as the state slowly reopens.
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May 2020

Wehri Farewell
Samantha Wehri enjoyed a drive-through farewell party Sunday before she enters Navy officer training. Everyone observed social distancing while wishing Wehri well.
Mother/Son Dance
Mothers and sons dance the Chicken Dance at the Jefferson High School Student Council offering Friday evening.
Mascot Olympics
St. John's and Jefferson's mascots competed at the Mascot Olympics on Saturday in Elida.
Veterans Day 2019
Missy Wagoner delivers a speech at the Veterans Day ceremony on Monday.
Annual Abate Toy Run
Nearly 600 motorcycles roared through Delphos Sunday afternoon for the Annual Abate Toy Run.

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