Charles Jones Sr. built a legacy in Urbana
Soldier’s remains to arrive Wednesday
Urbana students tour D.C.
Heritage: Robert Morton Duncan born in Urbana
- UJHS students complete project-based learning - 10:24 pm
- Urbana College reunion is June 25 - 10:24 pm
- Local libraries kick off summer reading programs - 10:23 pm
- Looking Back: Pennsylvania RR Depot - 10:23 pm
- Cultice named president of Ohio Aviation Association - 10:22 pm
- Soldier’s remains return home - 10:22 pm
- Ultra-met announces scholarship program - 8:41 pm
- UPD receives First Responders Appreciation Honor - 8:41 pm
- FFA NEWS - 8:41 pm
- FFA NEWS - 8:40 pm
- FFA NEWS - 8:07 pm
- Vernon unveils cremation center - 8:06 pm
- FFA NEWS - 8:06 pm
- Barns, buildings business opens - 8:05 pm
- Charles Jones Sr. built a legacy in Urbana - 6:34 pm
- 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
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Vernon unveils cremation center
The Champaign County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting on Friday, May 20 for The Cremation Center by Vernon. The facility is located at 91 N. ...
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Barns, buildings business opens
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Charles Jones Sr. built a legacy in Urbana
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Indians fall in softball regional
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Nesbitt wins Phoenix Bass Fishing League event
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Sartin leads Indians to district softball title
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Racing at Shady Bowl rained out again
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WL-S girls place second at D-III district
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Free Maximizing Home Health Care Workshop for Family Caregivers: February 24
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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
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Looking Back – Cable
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WL-S grads excel at University of Cincinnati
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Wares celebrate 60 years
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All’s right with the world
When Robert Browning in 1841 wrote “The year’s at the spring,” I believe the English poet had in mind the week we just experienced. ...
I mostly ignore the commercials interrupting The People’s Court, House Hunters, and Jeopardy! every few minutes. As annoying as they are, I long...
Library board decides not to seek levy renewal
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Learning to love math in the elementary years
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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
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