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‘Babs’ supports Tigers win or lose


If you have been to Galion High School athletic events in the past five to seven years, chances are you will have seen Isaac Babcock there. He can usually be found helping with athletic equipment, lending a hand to a coach, talking to students or players, or hanging out eating a slice of pizza, enjoying the game. Win or lose, he is there supporting his Galion Tigers.

Northmor earns victory


A strong performance by Northmor led them to a win at home in their first boys’ basketball game of the season by a 69-51 win over visiting Elgin.

Memories to be made at McCrate Farm


When Brandon and Nicole McCrate moved into their home located in Marengo in July 2022, the idea of opening a Christmas tree farm was not necessarily a part of their plan.

Northmor tops Crestline


A strong defensive showing allowed the Northmor girls’ basketball team to even its record at 1-1 on Friday.

Ohio State falls short again in 30-24 loss to Michigan


ANN ARBOR, Mich. — A closely contested first half gave way to all too familiar problems for No. 2 Ohio State in the second half as No. 3 Michigan outlasted the Buckeyes for a 30-24 win and a trip to the Big Ten Championship Game next week.

Come Home to Galion celebration nears


As the holiday season swiftly approaches, it is time once again for the annual Come Home to Galion (CHTG) celebration to take over Uptowne Galion. This year’s event will take place on Saturday, Dec. 2, and will have plenty of festive activities for everyone.

Stone headed to Duke University


When senior Miranda Stone graduates from Galion High School this May, she will take her athletic talents to Durham, North Carolina, after she signed her national letter of intent Thursday to join the track and field team at Duke University.

Northmor moves on in playoffs


A strong defensive performance combined with some timely offensive strikes helped Northmor reach uncharted grounds in the OHSAA football playoffs.

Training man’s best friend


For Casey Biederman, communicating with dogs might be easier than communicating with some people at times. That’s why creating Calm Dog Project was so important to her.

Holiday meals available


LORAIN — A person’s situation can change quickly. Anyone who has had a loss of income due to layoffs or an unexpected expense shouldn’t have to sacrifice a good meal for Thanksgiving.


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