Sanford leads Triad to win over Indians
Time to test homes for radon
Guard members arrive at SRMC
Reasor honored by MHDAS group
Urbana, Triad earn wins in boys hoops
- Downhill sledding fun - 9:59 pm
- PET OF THE WEEK - 8:11 pm
- Triad High School Honor Roll - 8:11 pm
- January sun - 8:10 pm
- Graham Community Foundation marks milestone - 8:10 pm
- Oasis of Mercy now serves 5 counties - 8:08 pm
- Time to test homes for radon - 8:08 pm
- Guard members arrive at SRMC - 8:56 pm
- WL-S girls team gives back on holiday - 7:19 pm
- WL-S names Seniors of the Month - 7:19 pm
- Local theatre group seeks permanent location - 7:17 pm
- View Story - 9:57 pm
- Soil health class offered Feb. 24 - 9:57 pm
- Reasor honored by MHDAS group - 11:04 am
- PET OF THE WEEK - 9:28 pm
- UHS cheer to compete at OSU - 9:50 pm
- WL-S Middle School students of the month - 9:50 pm
- ‘No surprise’ medical billing law goes into effect - 9:48 pm
- Triad’s 2022 Snowball Court - 1:18 pm
- UJH wins OAC State Cheer Championship - 8:22 pm
- Pesticide applicator exams offered in Urbana - 8:21 pm
- Great ski resorts closer than you think - 8:21 pm
- Auditor launches new website - 8:20 pm
- M’burg library offers digital skills resource - 9:53 pm
- UHS names students of month - 9:53 pm
WL-S names Seniors of the Month
West Liberty-Salem has named the following Seniors of the Month for January.NAME: Adam LaRocheSCHOOL: West Liberty-SalemPARENTS: Dan and Tez LaRocheSc...
Local theatre group seeks permanent location
The Perennial Theatre Company, a non-profit theater organization based out of Urbana, has been producing local theatre since 2015. After 7 years perfo...
Lucas Thornton shovels his driveway on Monday along U.S. Route 36 west of Mad River after the weekend’s snowfall. Western Ohio was spared the he...
Soil health class offered Feb. 24
WEST LIBERTY - Soil health has always been an important part of the sustainability of a farm.Each year we learn more about the conditions in which soi...
Reasor honored by MHDAS group
Champaign County Deputy Tyler Reasor was named the Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Deputy of the Year at an award ceremony held on Thursday.The Champai...
PET OF THE WEEK
PAWS Animal ShelterMeet Independence! She is a 1 1/2-year-old gray tabby who is already spayed and up to date on her shots. Independence loves being p...
Mechanicsburg beats Piqua in girls bowling
The Mechanicsburg girls bowling team beat Piqua, 2,109-1,786, in non-league action.The Indians were led by Hannah Dingledine, who rolled a 355 with ga...
WL-S knocks off Triad in girls hoops
WEST LIBERTY – Bailey Poppe scored a game-high 13 points as WL-S beat Triad, 52-12, in OHC girls basketball.The Tigers led, 35-4, at the half.Fo...
Falcons sweep Indian Lake in bowling
Graham held off Indian Lake, 2,261-2,251, in CBC girls bowling.For the Falcons (12-2, 11-2), Kailey Dowty rolled a 187-185 372, Gracie Astry a 130-211...
DeLong scores 37 points in Mechanicsburg’s win
MECHANICSBURG – Addie DeLong scored a game-high 37 points as Mechanicsburg beat West Jefferson, 85-66, in OHC girls basketball.The Indians led, ...
Shawnee beats Urbana in boys basketball
SPRINGFIELD – Shawnee knocked off Urbana, 63-38, in CBC boys basketball.The Hillclimbers trailed, 32-20, at the half.For UHS (9-4), Jonathan Hil...
MULTIMEDIA - PHOTO STORE
First baby of 2022
The obstetrics team at the Memorial Hospital Miracle Life Center was excited to welcome the first baby of 2022 – Adariah Billie Rose McCarty was...
Looking Back: Bob Martin Band
This photo of the Bob Martin Band was taken at the Urbana Country Club on New Year’s Eve, 1951, and submitted to this newspaper 50 years later b...
Urbana Chapter DARDecember 8, 2021The Urbana Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution met Wednesday, December 8, 2021 at 11:30 a.m. at BrownRidge ...
CCHS hosts Christmas festivities
The Champaign County Historical Society, with the generous support of Farmers and Merchants State Bank, recently hosted a Christmas gathering for thei...
Looking Back: Brush Lake
This is a 1909 photo (#A416) of the Brush Lake railroad tower. Unfortunately, the Champaign County Historical Society does not have a photo of the Bru...
5 generations of Wrights
The Wright family of Urbana is marking five generations. In front and center is the eldest member, Connie Rice, holding the youngest member, Roman Wri...
The tiring part of retirement
While I was teaching, I rarely entertained the thought of retirement. I did, however, observe those latter years of life as my parents experienced the...
Back to the future going forward
Regular readers know I have fairly untraditional ways of poking around on the internet for intriguing nuggets of historical information. I most often ...
On the wings of a song
Annually anticipating The Kennedy Center Honors as the old year closes out, I thoroughly enjoyed the return of the star-studded program last week in a...
Group disputes AP story
On Thursday, December 23, the Urbana Daily Citizen carried an article by Julie Carr Smyth on DeWine’s “born alive” bill (pp. 1-2). T...
Merry Christmas, even if you’re a dog
(Translated from meow to English by her servant.)I’d rather be hiding in the dark woods right now under a pile of brush listening to the neighbo...
How my father and I shared Cnristmas
Years ago my father, for the first of several times, quietly stated to me: “Christmas was spoiled for me the year my mother asked me to put the ...