Soldier’s remains to arrive Wednesday
Urbana students tour D.C.
Heritage: Robert Morton Duncan born in Urbana
Splash Pad to open
Memorial Day event info requested
- New restaurant in Urbana - 11:40 am
- Soldier’s remains to arrive Wednesday - 6:51 pm
- ROAD WORK - 6:51 pm
- Mechanicsburg Alumni Association awards scholarships - 6:51 pm
- Taking his first flight - 6:50 pm
- PET OF THE WEEK - 10:38 pm
- WL-S’s Legge wins Schrand volunteer award - 11:26 pm
- Urbana students tour D.C. - 10:04 pm
- Heritage: Robert Morton Duncan born in Urbana - 7:07 pm
- Urbana residents involved in Clark Co. crash - 10:03 pm
- FFA NEWS - 10:01 pm
- Memorial Day weekend at Piatt Castle Mac-A-Cheek - 10:45 pm
- Splash Pad to open - 8:00 pm
- Memorial Day event info requested - 7:59 pm
- The legacy of Mary Ann and Benjamin Dickerson - 6:36 pm
- FFA NEWS - 9:53 pm
- Urbana Summer Feed program begins in June - 9:53 pm
- WL-S hosts a senior signing reception - 9:53 pm
- An expert’s opinion - 9:50 pm
- Remains of soldier to be buried in Urbana - 6:08 pm
- Catholic Social Services to host focus groups - 12:24 pm
- Fish for free on Father’s Day weekend - 11:20 am
- Fifth-graders welcomed ‘Home!’ - 11:19 am
- New restaurant in Urbana - 10:55 pm
- ROAD WORK - 10:53 pm
Urbana residents involved in Clark Co. crash
MOOREFIELD TWP. – The Ohio State Highway Patrol is investigating a two-vehicle crash that occurred on Thursday at 12:21 p.m. on State Route 334 ...
Urbana FFA Recognized at State ConventionOn May 5-6, the Urbana FFA Chapter took 15 members to the State FFA Convention held at the Ohio State Fairgro...
Memorial Day weekend at Piatt Castle Mac-A-Cheek
WEST LIBERTY - Piatt Castle Mac-A-Cheek shifts to a summer schedule for interpretive tours on Saturday, May 28. The historic house museum will be open...
Splash Pad to open
The village of West Liberty will host a Splash Pad Opening Day Celebration on Saturday May 28 from 10 a.m. to noon. The first 50 kids will receive goo...
Memorial Day event info requested
The Urbana Daily Citizen is currently compiling a preview story about Memorial Day events in the local community.Organizers of such events are asked t...
The legacy of Mary Ann and Benjamin Dickerson
Editor’s note: The Urbana Black Heritage Festival will be held at Barbara Howell Park on June 18 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. at 213 E. Market St. Thi...
Local athletes advance to D-II regional meet
ST. PARIS – The West Liberty-Salem boys team leads after the opening round of the Division II district track meet.West Liberty-Salem has 25 poin...
Kenyon Midgets to make Shady Bowl debut
DeGRAFF – Shady Bowl Speedway will open its gates tonight for the first time to the Indiana-based Kenyon Midget Series.The series is the namesak...
WL-S, Urbana fall in baseball sectionals
LEWISTOWN – Indian Lake nipped WL-S, 2-1, in the Division III baseball sectional. The Lakers collected two runs in the fourth inning and the Tig...
Edwards leads Indians to sectional win
MECHANICSBURG – Jake Edwards earned the win and went 2 for 4 with a home run and 4 RBI as Mechanicsburg beat National Trail, 12-2, in five innin...
WL-S’s 4×800 relay team claims district title
ST. PARIS – The West Liberty-Salem girls track and field team wrapped up day one of the Division III district meet at Graham tied for fourth pla...
MULTIMEDIA - PHOTO STORE
Free Maximizing Home Health Care Workshop for Family Caregivers: February 24
Maximizing Home Health Care is a free, small-group, online workshop from 10:00-11:30 a.m. on Thursday, February 24, by presenter Kathy Kilpatrick. Reg...
Grahams celebrate 50th
Jack and Deborah Graham of North Lewisburg are celebrating 50 years of marriage. They were married on February 4, 1972 in the Mechanicsburg United Met...
Looking Back – Runkle Family Singers
This looking back features the Runkle Family Singers of St. Paris. The photos are from a 1923 promotional brochure outlining “A Tentative Progra...
Looking Back – Cable
This is a 1900 postcard photo (#A1364) of the Cable Pennsylvania Railroad depot. Cable was the next stop on the Pennsylvania Railroad west of Brush La...
WL-S grads excel at University of Cincinnati
Two 2021 West Liberty-Salem graduates, Kaylee Levan and Luke Hudson, now attend the University of Cincinnati. Both are freshmen at UC and part of the ...
Wares celebrate 60 years
Alan and Antoinette Ware, residents of Urbana, recently celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary on December 31.Alan was born and raised in Urbana an...
Library board decides not to seek levy renewal
Thank you, Champaign County citizens and taxpayers, for supporting the Champaign County Library over the years. Your support has allowed the library t...
Learning to love math in the elementary years
Editor’s note: Mechanicsburg has a history of mathematical proficiency. Named after the 19th century settlement of mechanics working at the loca...
Figuring out their futures
I reach for the HIDE button whenever this Facebook share reappears: NORMALIZE SENDING KIDS TO TRADE SCHOOLS WITHOUT MAKING THEM FEEL LESS THAN FOUR-YE...
April is Autism Acceptance Month
EDITOR’S NOTE: This is one in a series of outreach columns from the Champaign County Board of Developmental Disabilities.April is Autism Accepta...
It’s raining violets!
In the 64 years my mother and I shared an earthly presence, I became accustomed to her personal style of oral communication, filled as it was with a u...
Questions, I have questions
These questions probably sound quite familiar: Where’s the beef? Do you know the way to San Jose? Et tu, Brute? Do you want to be Queen for a Da...