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Boys basketball: Improving Blue Jackets whip Lakota

By SCOTT COTTOS SPORTS EDITOR NEW RIEGEL — Coach Dave Losey said his New Riegel boys basketball team has shown improvement as the season has gone on. And the Blue Jackets did nothing to hint otherwise on Tuesday night as they whipped Lakota 59-33 in a Sandusky Bay...
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Boys basketball: Webb powers OF past Danbury, 78-57

OLD FORT — Jacob Webb poured in 22 points and led Old Fort in both assists and steals as the Stockaders torched Danbury 78-57 in Tuesday’s nonleague game. Webb converted 7 of 14 free throws en route to his game-high 22 points, while adding six assists and four steals....
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Boys basketball: H-L junior high boys split pair

Hopewell-Loudon’s junior high boys basketball teams split a pair of games with Old Fort on Tuesday, with H-L winning the seventh-grade contest 30-29 and Old Fort taking the eighth-grade meeting 41-27. Hayden Welly led H-L’s seventh-graders with 13 points, followed by...
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Boys basketball: Squire gets in a groove for Arcadia

By ANDY WOLF STAFF WRITER ARCADIA — Levi Squire likes to camp on the 3-point line. If he’s open, he has the green light. And he was open plenty of times Tuesday night. His Arcadia teammates assisted him on all of his six 3-pointers en route to a 22-point night that...
American Profile Magazine January
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American Profile: ‘Strong at Any Age’

American Profile/Community Table || January Magazine issue Tips and Inspiration from Master Athletes! + PLUS + Easy Snacks for Super Bowl | Beautician Pays it Forward | Healthy Picks to Get Fit <hr /> <strong>AMERICAN PROFILE’S COMMUNITY TABLE...

Updated: 2 medical examiners offer opposing views at murder trial

Two medical examiners offered opposing views Tuesday during the murder trial of Brent Houdeshell, an Arlington man accused of killing 2-year-old Breydon Ferrell in March 2016. The only witness called by the defense, Dr. Werner Spitz, a forensic pathologist and professor of...
AP News Minute video report 1/16
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Top Stories News Minute video: 1/16

The latest top stories AP video report from around the globe for Tuesday, January 16th : Trump blames Durbin for immigration controversy; Hawaii Gov. having emergency warning system reviewed; Couple accused of keeping their 13 children chained up; Scientists warn Philippines...

Bonnie J. Graves

Bonnie Jean Graves, 70 of Tiffin, passed away on Monday, Jan. 15 in Tiffin. She was born August 5, 1947 to Floyd and Marion (Lambert) Graves in Fostoria. Surviving to cherish Lois’ memory is her brother, James Graves of Burlington, Kentucky. Graveside services will be on...

James A. Kitchen

James A. Kitchen, 78 of Columbus, passed away Sunday, January 7, 2018. “Jim” was born April 4, 1939 in Fostoria to Kenneth and Catherine (Eishen) Kitchen. He married Mary Kay Gerdeman. He is survived by three brothers, David, Dennis, and Louis; three sisters, Mary,...
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