ASHLAND – Ella Cummins, a recent graduate of Hilltop High School, Lyndsi Engels, a recent graduate of Montpelier High School, and Magan Miller, a recent graduate of Bryan Middle/High School, have been selected to be Ashbrook Scholars, according to an announcement by the Ashbrook Center at As…
So, everyone seems to have an opinion about Simone Biles. And the opinions seem to range from: “You go, girl!” to “She betrayed ‘Merica!” Which is strange, considering nobody cares about women’s gymnastics who isn’t actively participating in women’s gymnastics – unless it’s the Olympics. And…
If you get infected with the COVID-19 virus, it invades your body, stays there for at least a week and is much more likely to cause you long-term problems than the vaccine, according to Dr. Tom Frieden, an American infectious disease and public health physician.
Howard Krueger got the surprise of his life that could have turned deadly. Several years ago, a piece of concrete fell onto his windshield and shattered it when he was driving under the Western Hills Viaduct, Krueger, 81, of Cincinnati, said Wednesday.
Williams County youth in kindergarten through second grade for the 2021-22 school year are invited to share their talent in the 2021 Barnyard Friends Coloring Contest, sponsored by Ohio State University Extension Williams County and the Williams County Fair.
With the delta variant of COVID-19 having made its way throughout the country, Williams County Health Department officials continue to encourage people to get vaccinated.
The Stark County Sheriff’s Office found human remains on March 31, 2020, and Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost commissioned a forensic reconstruction from the Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI) to generate tips on the incident.
Manure Science Review this year will feature a cutting-edge livestock farm that’s keeping soil and water healthy by practicing regenerative agriculture.
Recycling is a team effort and Michael Shultz is using an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) grant to make it a little easier for people to get rid of old tires.
Bryan Police Assistant Chief Gary Mohre was set to resign Monday, citing major discord within the police department, especially between him and Chief Chris Chapa.
ARCHBOLD — Northwest Ohio has more job openings than job applicants, so Monday afternoon Lt. Gov. Jon Husted sat down with representatives from industry, education and government at Northwest State Community College to learn more about how they are closing the gap.
Recently, members of the State Teachers Retirement System contributed $75,000 to have Dr. Edward Siedel, author of "Who Stole my Pension?", perform an independent audit of the system. Siedel's report raised concern about the management of the system.
• Carter Knecht of Edgerton has been accepted for enrollment for the summer 2021 trimester at Palmer College of Chiropractic's main campus in Davenport, Iowa. Palmer College of Chiropractic, the first and largest college in the chiropractic profession, has campuses in Davenport, Iowa; San Jo…
Bryan and the Williams County community are blessed with a historic and beautiful courthouse, a great rural atmosphere and thriving, locally owned businesses.
The author of a nationally recognized book about Bryan’s hospital will speak later this month at Bryan’s Arts & Education Center.
Do you love going to the movies? Are you looking for a group to visit the theater with, to watch the latest films? If yes, then come join the Edon Branch Library’s Movie Buff Club and watch a new release, with fellow movie enthusiasts, at the theater.
In what has been called the biggest upfront investment ever seen in the county, AquaBounty Technologies, Inc. is planning to invest $200 million in a genetically modified salmon farm in Pioneer.
Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost and 23 other AGs submitted an amicus curiae brief to the United State Supreme Court Friday morning, urging justices to overturn Roe v. Wade in support of a Mississippi law to ban abortions after 15 weeks, except in medical emergencies.
• The Williams County Commissioners will meet in regular session from 8:30 a.m.-noon and 1-4:30 p.m., or until adjournment, today at the fourth floor of the courthouse. Listed on the agenda are: 10 a.m. general session; 10:30 a.m. discuss ditch maintenance collections for 2022; 11 a.m. execu…
The Fountain City Festival has returned this year with a production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Cinderella,” playing through the weekend before it turns back into a pumpkin.