March 14th – 21st, 2018 Print Edition

March 14th – 21st Print Edition

Regular News Section

Pick up your keepsake newspaper copy containing this news coverage at stores throughout Williams & Fulton Counties.  Editions are available Wednesday, March 14th (late afternoon) – Wednesday, March 21st (early morning).

For less than the price of a king-sized candy bar, receive hundreds of hours of effort by our hard-working staff and stay up to date on Williams & Fulton County area news and athletics!

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A SMALL SAMPLE OF PHOTOS INSIDE THIS WEEK’S EDITION

 

-Spring Home Improvement & Car Care Section.

-Chuck Wurth Remembered As Pillar Of 4-H Camp Palmer.

-Hilltop Cross-Country Alumnus, Josh Perry, Gets Ready To Take On The Boston Marathon.

-WEDCO Celebrates Banner Year At Banquet.

-4-H International Program To Provide Japan Cultural Experience To Wauseon Teen.

-Two pages of local obituaries.

-Swanton Elementary School Placed On Morning Lockdown.

-Opioid Prescribing In Ohio Down Nearly 30 Percent In 2017.

-Montpelier Man Sentenced On Charges Related To Police Chase.

-Missing Local Child Found Safe, Father Arrested On Warrant.

-U.S. Army Specialist, Hicksville Graduate Dies In Fort Hood, Texas.

-Williams County Safe Communities Release Traffic Fatalities Update.

-February Report For Fulton County Clerk Of Courts.

-Ditch Maintenance Requests Dominate Fulton County Board Agendas.

-CHP Archbold Remembers Patients.

-St. Mary Student Excels At The Regional Science Fair.

-Williams County Joining Lawsuit Against Opioid Makers, Distributors.

-County Restaurants & Communities Work Together To Support Fulton County Habitat For Humanity.

-March Birthdays & Anniversaries At Bryan Senior Center.

-Edon Bomber Stars For February.

-Metamora Village Council Sets Park Clean-Up Date.

-Stryker Methodist Church To Host Evening Of Fun.

-Playhouse/Garden Shed Build & Raffle To Raise Funds For Habitat For Humanity.

-Bryan Senior Center Announces Regular Euchre Party Results.

-Register Now For Workshops At 42nd Annual Sauder Village Quilt Show.

-POLICE, EMT, FIRE, TRAFFIC & COURT NEWS.

-Evergreen & Fayette D.A.R.E. Program Graduations.

-Bryan OKs Money For New Water Main.

-New CASA Volunteers Sworn In To Advocate For Children In Williams County.

-Maple Syrup Brunch At 4-H Camp Palmer On Sunday, March 18.

-United Way of Fulton County Funding Applications Available.

-Disability Awareness Is March’s Focus In Williams County.

-Fayette Village Council Swears In New Officer.

-Lyons Council Fills Vacancy, Works On Reducing Water Loss.

-Williams County Fairgrounds To Host Maple Syrup Festival.

-Cameron Hosts Educational Session On Human Trafficking.

-Tree & Shrub Seedlings Available For Establishment.

-NwOESC Governing Board Approves Service Agreements With Area Schools.

-St. Mary 2nd Grade Student Wins State Art Competition.

-Cameron OB/GYN Hosts Educational Session.

-State Auditors Issued 321 Citations For Public Records Violations In 2017, Down 22 Percent.

-Millcreek-West Unity Schools Students Of The Month.

-Changes Coming To Local License Bureaus Promise Additional Levels Of Security.

-Fountain City Christian Servant Leaders.

-Willams & Fulton County Library news (full page of coverage).

-Edon Northwest Sells Out The Auditeria Twice Over For The Production Of “Shrek the Musical”.

-Finance & Insurance, Pet Care & Daycare Guides.

-Dustin Wilson Named Student Of The Month At Four County Career Center.

-Williams County Theatre Presents “Killjoy”.

-West Unity Fills Council Vacancy; Ponders New Water Bill Collection Policy.

-Fulton & Williams County FCCC Business Professionals Of America Compete In Regional Contest.

-Fulton & Williams County Numeracy Challenge At Four County Career Center.

-Edgerton Music Department Clears The Fences With “Comedy Tonight” Production (full page of coverage).

-Hoofbeats 4-H Club Elect Officers.

-Superior Farms 4-H Club Meeting.

-Pettisville Ever-Ready 4-H Club Selects Date To Elect Officers.

-Heartland 4-Hers Receive Demonstration On Dog Training.

-Speed Slide For Wauseon’s New Pool Not Feasible For City Budget, Officials Say.

-Local Tax Guide.

-Local Funeral Planning Guide.

-Top Contestants In NW Ohio Bible Quiz.

-Fellowship Of Christian Athletes Devotion, By: Rex Stump – “Water Walker!”

-“Experiencing God First Hand” – Pastor’s Ponderings By Steve Wilmont.

-Reflection Photo: 1900’s Civil War Reunion Enjoyed In West Unity.

-Weekly Decade By Decade Year’s Ago Column.

-Mary’s “Way Of The Cross” Presented In Edgerton.

-Catholic Charities Hosts March 24 Northwest Ohio Relay For Life.

-Three pages of classifieds, legal ads, auctions & help wanted postings.


Sports

Pick up your keepsake newspaper copy containing this news coverage at stores throughout Williams & Fulton Counties.  Editions are available Wednesday, March 14th (late afternoon) – Wednesday, March 21st (early morning).

For less than the price of a king-sized candy bar, receive hundreds of hours of effort by our hard-working staff and stay up to date on Williams & Fulton County area news and athletics!

Counter Sale Locations (Click)

Start Home Newspaper Delivery (Click)

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A SMALL SAMPLE OF PHOTOS INSIDE THIS WEEK’S EDITION

 

-Allye Minor Of Bryan To Continue Basketball Career At Siena Heights.

-35th Annual Four County All-Star Cage Classic Around The Corner.

-Archbold’s Grime & Delta’s Mattin Bring Home State Wrestling Titles To Northwest Ohio (full page of coverage).

-Defiance College To Break Ground On Athletic Improvements.

-Fourteen Individuals Set To Enter OHSAA Officials Hall Of Fame.

-This Week’s Athlete’s Of The Week (Gavin Grime & Cole Mattin).

-Congratulations Fulton & Williams County Wrestlers On Earning 100+ Wins (full page of coverage).

-Tournament Run Comes To An End For The Edgerton Bulldogs Boys (full page of coverage).

-Blue Streaks Boys Grind Out District Win Over Eastwood (full page of coverage).

-Wauseon Indians Boys Hold Off Van Wert 51-41 In District Semifinals (full page of coverage).

-Wauseon Returns To Regionals With A 69-52 Win Over Lima Shawnee (full page of coverage).

-Archbold Erases Early Deficit, Heads Back To Regionals (full page of coverage).

-Good Luck Wauseon Indian Boys In Regional Competition (full page of coverage).

-Good Luck Archbold Blue Streat Boys In Regional Competition (full page of coverage).


 

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