Update: Dunkirk man injured in crash

 KENTON — A Dunkirk man was hurt Friday night when his car slid off a Hardin County road and hit a utility pole south of Kenton, the Findlay post of the State Highway Patrol reported. The patrol said Caleb Delong, 20, suffered non-life-threatening injuries and was taken by BKP...

Update: Rollover crash injures New Riegel man

VANLUE — A New Riegel man suffered minor injuries when his pickup truck rolled over about 7 p.m. Friday north of Vanlue, the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office reported. Brett Williams, 21, was taken by Hanco Ambulance to Blanchard Valley Hospital, the sheriff’s office said....

Lane closures announced for U.S. 224 at I-75

Traffic on U.S. 224 at Interstate 75 in Findlay will be slowed next week as construction work begins on replacing the bridge and rebuilding the interchange. On Monday, traffic on the bridge will be reduced from five lanes to three, with one lane in each direction and left turn...

Judge rejects Hartman’s bond request

Jerrod Hartman may not leave the state for business trips while his murder case is pending, a judge has ruled. Hancock County Common Pleas Court Judge Joseph Niemeyer on Thursday declined Hartman’s request to leave the region. Hartman, 24, of Findlay, has been free on a $250,000...

Big night for local sports

Review Times Sports coverage for Friday, February 14. High School Boys Basketball: Fostoria at Woodmore St. Wendelin at Seneca East Arcadia at McComb Fremont St. Joseph at Hopewell-Loudon Elmwood at Eastwood New Riegel at Tiffin Calvert Van Buren at Pandora-Gilboa Vanlue at...

New Riegel takes down Old Fort

OLD FORT — New Riegel held Old Fort scoreless in the third quarter and to just six total points in the half on its way to a 41-26 win Thursday in Midland Athletic League play. The Blue Jackets (19-2 overall, 9-1 MAL), who led 22-20 at halftime, shot 51 percent (15 for 29)...

SW’s Troike named Div. IV girls player of the year

St. Wendelin sophomore Kamryn Troike was named the Division IV girls player of the year in balloting by District 6 members of the Ohio High School Basketball Coaches Association. Joining Troike on the first team was New Riegel’s Kara Scherger, while New Riegel’s...

Naugle-Baker aiming to go out with a bang

By SCOTT COTTOS SPORTS EDITOR BOWLING GREEN — For some swimmers, the idea of a 500-yard race is far more taxing mentally than it would actually be physically. Once Savannah Naugle-Baker freed her mind of that barrier, she was able to find success in the lengthiest freestyle...

Eastwood fights off Fostoria

BY MATT NYE SPORTS WRITER In late-game situations, a team looks for its upperclassmen to step up and deliver. In Thursday night’s contest between Eastwood and Fostoria High School, with just 51 seconds left and the game tied at 45, Eagles senior Emily Hayward delivered in a...

Judith Krupp

Judith (Judy) Anne Krupp who resided at St. Catherine’s Manor of Fostoria, OH passed away Sunday, February 9, 2014 at St. Catherine’s. Judith was born November 11, 1938 to the late Albert and Elenora (Goodale) Sheridan. Surviving Judith are her children, Bradley...
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