New year, new lease on life

By JEANNIE WILEY WOLF Staff Writer Like most siblings, Mike Hulbert and Sandy Wurth had their share of fights as children. But as adults, they’ve become the best of friends. Wurth also went the extra mile for her brother who had end-stage renal disease; she donated a kidney...

College Football: 35 years later, Hayes’ punch still resonates

By RUSTY MILLER AP Sports Writer COLUMBUS — It has been 35 years and still the almost unthinkable image of an iconic 65-year-old coach cold-cocking an opposing player doesn’t fade away. As Clemson and Ohio State prepare to meet in the Orange Bowl on Friday, a clip of...

Friday’s Scoreboard

PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL Thursday’s Games Midland Athletic League Fremont St. Joseph at North Baltimore, ppd., rescheduled Jan. 28 New Riegel at Mohawk, ppd. St. Wendelin at Lakota, ppd. Tiffin Calvert at Old Fort ppd., rescheduled Feb. 11 Midwest Athletic Conference Delphos...

College Basketball: IPFW holds off BGSU, 65-60

BOWLING GREEN (AP) — Steve Forbes scored 15 points to lift Indiana Purdue Fort Wayne to a 65-60 win over Bowling Green on Thursday. After taking a 34-21 advantage into the break, the Mastadons (11-5) had to hold off two strong second half challenges. Bowling Green (6-7)...

Several accidents reported on snow-covered roads, no injuries

Several drivers have lost control on snow-covered roads today, but regional law enforcement officials say there have been no resulting injuries. “I think every accident has happened so far on the interstate,” said a Hancock County Sheriff’s Office dispatcher this afternoon. “I...

Dangerously cold weather coming next week

Mother Nature is starting the new year with a one, two punch in northwestern Ohio: lots of snow, followed by dangerously cold temperatures. Jim Kosarik, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service, called it weather “you don’t mess around with.” “Take extra precautions and...

Wind chill advisory issued

The National Weather Service has issued a wind chill advisory, until 10 a.m. Friday, for Hancock and neighboring counties. Wind chill temperatures will drop to between 10 below and 20 below tonight, the weather service said. North winds of 15 to 20 mph, with higher gusts early...

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Mother Nature plans to start the new year with a one, two punch here in northwestern Ohio: lots of snow, followed by dangerously cold temperatures. Wind chills are expected to be below zero degrees Fahrenheit tonight, prompting the National Weather Service to issue a wind chill...