WITH VIDEO: The changing world of shop class

By SARA ARTHURS STAFF WRITER The high school shop class looks a little different now than in years past. In some schools it’s tied to agriculture classes while in others it may be more aligned with the arts. Regardless, these classes let students gain a variety of career...

Lunch lecture set

The Hancock Historical Museum, 422 W. Sandusky St., will host a Brown Bag Lecture at noon Thursday. Bluffton resident Paul Dyck will present a lecture on the history of the English language. Dyck holds a master’s degree in anthropology from the University of Manitoba. The...

Registration due for grief workshop

Bridge Bereavement Services will offer a workshop on understanding grief from 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. March 13 in the Hub at Birchaven Village, 15100 Birchaven Lane. The event is for individuals 18 and older and is open to the public. The workshop will help participants learn more...

District Boys Basketball: Arlington Red Devils blow out Bearcats

By MICHAEL BURWELL Staff Writer WAPAKONETA — Experience can go a long way, especially during a tournament run. Add nearly flawless execution on offense and stingy defense and a team can dominate an opponent, and in Arlington’s instance Tuesday night, the Red Devils dominated...

Regional Girls Basketball: Archbold rally clips Eagles

By TED RADICK STAFF WRITER ADA — Losing stings, perhaps more so when an opportunity for victory is so close at hand. Liberty-Benton led for much of the fourth quarter in Tuesday’s Division III regional semifinal against Archbold at Ohio Northern University, but the...

District Boys Basketball: Miller City season remains alive

By ANDREW WILLIAMS Staff WRITER ELIDA — “Survive and advance” is a popular motto used by many coaches this time of year, when every team’s season is one loss away from being over. Miller City coach Bryan Kuhlman surely embraced those words Tuesday night....

College Basketball: Kahlig, UF get another crack at Hillsdale

By BRIAN LESTER STAFF WRITER Greg Kahlig has had a weight on his shoulders from the beginning of the season. It’s the kind of weight that comes with being the conference preseason player of the year. He is the player other teams put extra emphasis on while piecing together...

Competitive balance on OHSAA spring referendum ballot

By JAMIE BAKER SPORTS EDITOR The Ohio High School Athletic Association is set to take another crack at yet another competitive balance proposal this spring. On Monday, the OHSAA Board of Directors unanimously approved a competitive balance proposal that makes changes in how...

UF Roundup: Petty leads Oilers at Bell Invitational

WINTER SPRINGS — Kasey Petty had the University of Findlay’s best round (75) and total score (280) of the tournament in leading the Oilers to an 11th-place finish in the Peggy Kirk Bell Invitational that wrapped up on Tuesday at the Tuscawilla Country Club in Winter...

Wednesday’s scoreboard

PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL Tuesday’s Regional Semifinals Division I AT NORWALK Toledo Notre Dame 57, Rocky River Magnificat 38 AT NORTH ROYALTON Wadsworth 51, Berea-Midpark 44 FINAL: TBA AT CANTON CIVIC CENTER Solon 74, Canton McKinley 51 North Canton Hoover 54, Twinsburg 39...