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Editorial: Don Beyer for Va.’s 8th District Democratic primary

THE DEMOCRATIC primary race to succeed Rep. James P. Moran, who has represented Northern Virginia’s heavily Democratic 8th Congressional District since 1991, is strikingly lopsided. Half a dozen candidates have scrambled to dislodge a smart, substantive, well-financed...
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Editorial: Tough emissions cuts would prove the U.S. is serious about climate change

THE ENVIRONMENTAL Protection Agency will soon unveil its most anticipated new rules in a generation, the shape of which will help determine how well the United States responds to the threat of climate change. There will be fierce debate about them before they become final....
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Editorial: Will the West move the goalposts again for Mr. Putin?

PRESIDENT OBAMA and German Chancellor Angela Merkel sounded firm at the beginning of this month when they warned that disruption of Ukraine’s election by Russia would trigger a tough new round of sanctions by the West. The White House subsequently offered an expansive...

Public Record

Fostoria arrests Friday: • Courtney M. Aryee, 23, 227 E. Center St., Apt. C, was arrested for domestic violence. • Samuel N. Aryee, 20, 227 E. Center St., Apt. C, was arrested for domestic violence. citations Friday: • Officer issued a citation for speeding...

Three homicide suspects appear in courtroom

By BRIAN BOHNERT STAFF WRITER The three suspects arrested in connection to the Wednesday burglary-turned-homicide at an East Culbertson Street residence have all appeared in court on their respective charges. Seventeen-year-old Garrett N. Brown, went before Judge Jay A. Meyer of...
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We shall not forget

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER As the Wounded Warrior Project states, “The greatest casualty is being forgotten.” Fostoria resident Cindy Parsons has been working hard to ensure that veterans such as her son, Shane Parsons, and others like him are not forgotten after...

TV up for grabs at Pantry Plus bingo

Just in time for the summer blockbuster movie season, one lucky bingo player will have a chance to start a home theater with a new TV, thanks to Pantry Plus of Seneca County. Pantry Plus Executive Director Stacy LaFountaine announced Friday that the organization will give away a...

Red Cross urges safety over holiday

With the long Memorial Day weekend on the horizon, many people are making plans for a fun-filled holiday with friends and family. The American Red Cross offers the following tips to stay safe whatever their plans include. “Memorial Day is the unofficial start of...
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Raiders surge past Senecas, into regional

By ANDY WOLF SPORTS WRITER FREMONT — Despite leading for less than an inning, Lakota is heading to the regional semifinals. The Raiders just managed to take the lead when it mattered most. Tiffin Calvert took a 2-1 lead in the first inning and held it tight into the sixth,...

Black Knights fall to Patriots in district final

ELIDA — Kristin Bostelman belted a two-run home run in the bottom of the sixth inning to lead Patrick Henry past Van Buren 3-2 Friday in a Division IV softball district final. The Patriots (20-3 overall) advance to a regional semifinal against Lakota (19-7) Thursday at 5...
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