REINEKE FORD   ||   NEWS UPDATES

Weekend: They’re creepy and kooky, mysterious and spooky

The Liberty-Benton High School Music Department will perform Andrew Lippa’s “The Addams Family Musical” Feb. 26-28. Performances of this show are 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Feb. 26 and 27, and 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 28, in the Liberty-Benton High School...

Weekend: Get Out!

Events AUTHOR TO VISIT BGSU Feb. 23 Pulitzer-Prize winner Katherine Boo, author of “Behind the Beautiful Forevers: Life, Death, and Hope in a Mumbai Undercity,” will visit Bowing Green State University Feb. 23 for a talk and book signing. Boo will discuss her...

Weekend Doctor

By DR. DAWN HOCHSTETTLER While it may seem like the world is just hearing about the Zika virus, it was first identified in 1947 in Uganda. It is a mosquito-borne illness with the first recent outbreak recorded in Brazil in May 2015. Outbreaks of the Zika virus have since been...

Weekend: Start your garden from seeds for a fun, rewarding springtime activity

By BILL LANNING Growing your own vegetables and flowers from seed can be a fun and rewarding springtime activity. Besides the opportunity for extending the growing season for die-hard gardeners, starting seeds indoors has other advantages. You can start unique plants that cannot...

Teen who impersonated senator charged

By DANAE KING STAFF WRITER SYCAMORE — An 18-year-old from Marion fooled many when he impersonated a state senator at a Wyandot County school. Izaha Akins spoke to a government class in December at Mohawk High School in Sycamore. Akins told educators there that he had been...

Crawford Street parking garage to open to public

The 260-spot parking garage on Findlay’s East Crawford Street will become a public pay-to-park garage on Monday. Parking will cost $1 an hour, up to a maximum of $5 for 24 consecutive hours, garage owner Mallett Enterprises said Friday. Customers will take a ticket upon...

BU receives $4M gift for new building

By DANAE KING STAFF WRITER Friday marked a big milestone for Bluffton University, and one that it’s been working toward for several years. The university accepted a $4 million gift to kick-start the construction of a new science, technology and math building on campus. The...

Court vacancy has many implications

Chris Oaks spoke with Scott Gerber, professor at Ohio Northern University’s Pettit College of Law. Q: Setting aside the politics of when and by whom the now-vacant seat on the Supreme Court will be filled, there is business to be attended to. As has been pointed out, if the...
↑ Back to Top ↑