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Lori Borgman: The kid is rolling in the dough

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Despite the cost of everything shooting through the roof, we know someone making money. Even better, we are related to him.

Hicks earns Eagle Scout award

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WAPAKONETA — Eagle Scout is the highest achievement attainable in the Scouts BSA program of the Boy Scouts of America. Since its inception in 1911, only four percent of Scouts have earned this rank. Caleb Hicks in now one of those few.

John Grindrod: On an October trip, reflections on unenlightened times

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Memories of my annual fall trip always seem to help sustain me when the weather turns cold, and this year is no different. While ordinarily Lady Jane and I head east for our mid-October trip to admire the autumnal blaze that New England and Mid-Atlantic deciduous trees always provide, this year, we went a different route.

Hardin Agriculture Hall honors inductees

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HARDIN COUNTY — The Hardin County Agriculture Hall of Fame has announced the 2022 honorees to be inducted at the nineteenth annual Agriculture Hall of Fame recognition banquet.

Breece appointed branch manager

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DEFIANCE–Premier Bank announced that Jennifer L. Breece has been promoted to Branch Manager of the Delphos office.

Elida students to perform at district 3 concert

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ELIDA — The Ohio Music Education Association district 3 concert will be held on Sunday, January 15th 2023 at 3:00 pm at The Van Wert Niswonger Performing Arts Center.

Vantage students donate cookies

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VAN WERT — The Vantage Culinary Arts students dusted off their rolling pins and fired up the ovens, making their favorite Christmas cookies that were donated to the Van Wert American Legion Post 178.

At Shanghai vigil, bold shout for change preceded crackdown

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SHANGHAI (AP) — The mourners in Shanghai lit candles and placed flowers. Someone scrawled “Urumqi, 11.24, Rest in Peace” in red on cardboard — referring to the deadly apartment fire in China’s western city of Urumqi that sparked anger over perceptions the country’s strict COVID-19 measures played a role in the disaster.

Both sides see high stakes in gay rights Supreme Court case

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WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court is being warned about the potentially dire consequences of a case next week involving a Christian graphic artist who objects to designing wedding websites for same-sex couples.

AgCredit distributes funds

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FOSTORIA — AgCredit, one of northern Ohio’s largest lenders for farmers, rural homeowners and agribusiness, today announced that it is awarding $121,000 in Mission Fund grants to 23 community organizations in support of their efforts to improve the quality of life in communities primarily within the cooperative’s 18-county service territory.