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Harlem Wizards coming March 16 2013

Feb 21, 2013 • by Dana Saddler • Clinton-Massie High School
Clinton Massie  is proud to announce the Harlem W More

2012 STATE CHAMPIONS!!

Nov 30, 2012 • by Dana Saddler • Clinton-Massie High School
CONGRATULATIONS CLINTON MASSIE FALCONS DIVISION IV STATE CHAMPS!!! More

Boys Basketball Schedule 2012-13

Dec 24, 2012 • by Dana Saddler • Clinton-Massie High School
Clinton Massie Schedule 2012 – 2013 All varsity games start at 7:00pm or 7:30pm   More

Games will start Dec 22

Dec 16, 2012 • by Dana Saddler • Clinton-Massie High School
The boys first home game is Dec 22.  Freshman play at 4:30pm. More

D4: #4 Clarksville Clinton-Massie holds off #7 St. Clairsville, 46-36

Dec 2, 2012 • by E. Shawn Aylsworth • Ohio Preps Authority
Unbeatens combine for just under 1,000 yards of offense as Falcons set season scoring record (822 points) in nailing down first title by overcoming St. C seniors Kinnick (437 yards passing) and Marhefka (272 yards receiving, the most ever by a player in any state finals game) More

FB STATE FINALS: Results

Dec 2, 2012 • by E. Shawn Aylsworth • Ohio Preps Authority
SAT: D5 #1 Coldwater 10-9>3@ Kirtland, D3 #9 Akron SVSM 42-21>#8 Bellevue, D1 Moeller 20-12>#5 Toledo Whitmer; FRI: D6 #6 Marion Local 28-21>#9 Newark Catholic, D4 #4 Clinton-Massie 46-36>#7 St. Clairsville, D2 #1 Toledo Cent. Cath. 16-12>#10 Trotwood-Madison 16-12 More

JV and Varsity Girls schedule

Nov 3, 2012 • by Dana Saddler • Clinton-Massie High School
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Tankersley receives 30-month prison term

Aug 22, 2014 • Wilmington News Journal, OH
WILMINGTON — Originally sentenced to community controls, a local woman has now received a 30-month prison term after not reporting to her supervision officer and failing to show up for court. Heather Marie Tankersley, 35, of Wilmington, was placed on ... More

Mayor's notes miss the mark

Aug 22, 2014 • Wilmington News Journal, OH
I know Mayor Randy Riley and have no doubt that he is a good man. I also agree with him that the many conflicts going on in the world at this time are too numerous and serious, and we must work for peace. That said, Mayor Riley's comments on the ... More

Direct approach is best approach

Aug 15, 2014 • Wilmington News Journal, OH
Garth Brooks croons that we should show our loved ones every day how much we love them in his classic song, “If Tomorrow Never Comes.” I agree, but there's no reason to actually say it every day. I believe it's important I verbally convey “I love you ... More

Plan to attend sessions at Farm Science Review

Aug 22, 2014 • Wilmington News Journal, OH
We had a great Farm Bill information meeting this past week held at the Wilmington College campus. As the Farm Bill rules are finally determined and set, there will be many decisions producers and farm owners will need to make for their operations. As ... More

MLB capsules from Thursday games

Aug 21, 2014 • Wilmington News Journal, OH
MIAMI (AP) — Nick Martinez allowed two runs in six innings in his homecoming, Alex Rios drove in two runs, and the Texas Rangers roughed up Miami starter Nathan Eovaldi on the way to a 5-4 win over the Marlins on Wednesday. Leonys Martin had three ... More

Total nuclear disarmament would be wise

Aug 22, 2014 • Wilmington News Journal, OH
There is still controversy over the importance of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945, but there is no argument about the threat to human survival those weapons present. At the end of the second World War, two atomic bombs existed. More

A gentleman's guide to thrifting

Aug 20, 2014 • Wilmington News Journal, OH
As mentioned in a previous column, going to thrift stores has been a part of my family's existence pretty much ever since it began; as a result, I consider myself to be quite a veteran when it comes to thrifting – a state of being years in the making ... More

The truth lies in the numbers

Aug 22, 2014 • Wilmington News Journal, OH
The Wilmington Police Department is arresting dozens of people on a warm summer morning as part of a drug ring plaguing Clinton County. The Wilmington News Journal is there. The governor is in town to dedicate a new hangar at AMES, a positive ... More

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