Weekend: Get Out!

Events SAUDER VILLAGE CRAFT PROGRAMS Feb. 22 – April 12 A new craft program will allow guests to “Discover Handmade” this winter at Sauder Village. From February through mid-April craftsmen will present free demonstrations on Saturdays in the Sauder Village...

Weekend: Mental Health Moment

By LINDA BRANWELL Many of us have days where we feel sad or “in a funk.” Then there are others who are overwhelmed with emptiness and despair. They feel worthless and hopeless. Clinicians are sometimes challenged in diagnosing depression, especially with adolescents...

Area college basketball: ONU women win ninth straight

COLUMBUS — Ohio Northern overcame a late 5-point deficit to record a 75-73 overtime Ohio Athletic Conference women’s basketball victory at Capital on Saturday afternoon at the Capital Center. The Polar Bears ran their win streak to nine games and finished the regular...

Weekend: What’s the pointe?

The Chance to Dance Foundation will be hosting its annual Pointe of the Evening Ballet and Auction fundraiser on Saturday, March 1. The event will be held at Winebrenner Theological Seminary, located at 950 N. Main St., Findlay. The evening will begin with a silent auction at...

College Swimming: Ward leads Oilers

ASHLAND — The University of Findlay’s Jessica Ward improved her time in the 200-yard backstroke to lead the Oilers’ swimming and diving teams at Saturday’s Ashland University Last Chance Meet. Ward shaved nearly half a second off her best time of the...

Women’s College Basketball: Little things haunt Oilers

By BRIAN LESTER STAFF WRITER With less than two minutes left Saturday afternoon, the University of Findlay women’s basketball team still had hope for a victory against Malone University, even if only a glimmer of it. The Oilers had closed the gap to three with a late run...

Girls Basketball Roundup: Columbus Grove, Ada advance

WAPAKONETA — A 20-8 second-quarter advantage helped Columbus Grove to a 32-12 halftime lead en route to a 55-37 victory in a Division III sectional final against Allen East at Wapakoneta Saturday night. The Bulldogs (15-9) advanced to face Ottawa-Glandorf (21-2) in a...

College Basketball: Kahlig stars again in Oilers’ win

By BRIAN LESTER STAFF WRITER Will he or won’t he score 40 points in a game? It has become the question of the hour when it comes to Greg Kahlig. But after back-to-back performances of reaching the mark, the senior forward was a little more human on Saturday afternoon in the...

District Wrestling: Windle is Ada’s first state qualifier

TROY — Austin Windle is the first. Junior Austin Windle put Friday’s quarterfinal loss behind him and wrestled his way through the consolation bracket to become Ada’s first OHSAA state wrestling qualifier on Saturday. Windle won four straight matches on Saturday...

Girls Basketball: Defense wins title for New Riegel

By SCOTT COTTOS For The Courier TIFFIN — While offense may come and go, defense can be a constant. So says the old basketball-coaching axiom. And so New Riegel proved Saturday night in a 48-30 Division IV sectional-final victory over Norwalk St. Paul at Columbian High...