VAN WERT — Van Wert City Schools Board of Education approved a resolution providing for the sale and issuance of facilities improvement bonds for the renovation of Eggerss Stadium at its meeting on Wednesday.
VAN WERT — The Monday night Van Wert City Council meeting was well attended. Prior to the meeting, a small crowd picketed in front of the municipal building to express their discontent with the junk and rubbish enforcement legislation that has been in effect for several years but only strictly enforced for the past year.
ARCHBOLD and Van Wert — Northwest State Community College presented three "Making a Difference" awards Thursday night at their 2022 Green Carpet Event in the Voinovich Auditorium at the Archbold campus.
VAN WERT — About thirty people gathered to witness the graduation of the first graduates of the Courts Assisting Military Members (CAMO Court) held at Van Wert Municipal Court on Wednesday morning.
VAN WERT – May 18, 2022 – First Financial Bank is donating to the Van Wert County Historical Society Museum a pair of $1 bills issued in the late 19th century by a predecessor of the bank – the First National Bank of Van Wert.
CONVOY — Prior to Monday's monthly meeting, members of the Crestview Local Board of Education recognized four retiring employees — Mary Kay Barnes, Cheryl Hoover, Lori Waltz, and David Springer.
VAN WERT — A handful of people gathered in front of the Courthouse with signs Saturday at noon as part of the Women’s Reproductive Rights Rally.
VAN WERT, Ohio — Sally M. Gurtner, 81, of Van Wert, and formerly of Fremont, Indiana, died at 6:45 a.m. on Friday, May 13, 2022, at Divine Nursing and Rehab at Shane Hill in Rockford, Ohio.
VAN WERT — Luke Wessell walked off a wild eight-inning WBL contest 11-10 over Bath on Friday night to bring the Cougars their second one-run conference win in the last two days.
VAN WERT — Both Lincolnview and Van Wert picked up run-rule victories on the softball diamond on Wednesday night while Parkway suffered a conference finale loss to St. Henry.
We meet new guests at every concert. This past Sunday, the Blue Man Group offered up yet another opportunity to meet visitors from near and far as they ventured upon Northwest Ohio’s Music City for entertainment.
VAN WERT — The Van Wert City Council revisited the issue of parking lot repair Monday night. Council members were given a draft letter to be given to owners of commercial parking lots in need of repair to fix the issue of badly maintained lots in the city. If the legislation is approved by the council, the letter will be issued.