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Sara Arthurs
Sara Arthurs is a writer for The Courier’s Life section, and for The Review Times. She is a native of Ann Arbor, Mich., and a 1999 graduate of Beloit College, where she majored in modern languages (French and German) and minored in journalism. She wrote for The Times-Standard in Eureka, Calif., from 2000 to 2007, where she covered education, health and municipal government. She joined The Courier’s staff in February 2007. Her interests include reading, creative writing, cooking and genealogy.

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Stories by Sara

Legislators chip away at cookie bill

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Celebrated BVH nurses say the work is reward enough

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Elective course addressing opioid crisis wraps up at ONU

By SARA ARTHURS Staff Writer ADA -- Students at Ohio Northern University spent the spring semester learning...

Mental health program for youth taking shape

By SARA ARTHURS Staff Writer In October, the Hancock County Board of Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental...

Hancock health survey: More binge drinking, less smoking

By SARA ARTHURS Staff Writer Hancock County residents aren't smoking as much as we used to, but...