Indigenous Peoples’ Day passed by Oberlin council
King and queen’s coronation cuts ribbon on fair week
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- Little readers at the doctor’s office - 8:16 pm
- FAIR: 55 years of barrel racing - 8:10 pm
- Indictment: Man accused of sexually assaulting 14-year-old - 4:04 pm
- Horseback royalty crowned - 3:24 pm
- Indigenous Peoples’ Day passed by Oberlin council - 3:15 pm
- Loggins serenades the fairgrounds - 2:32 pm
- Total eclipse of our hearts - 2:07 pm
- POLICE REPORTS - 9:36 am
- BACK TO SCHOOL: More college credit and online curriculum at Firelands - 9:02 am
- Wool you give me a haircut? - 8:57 am
- King and queen’s coronation cuts ribbon on fair week - 8:55 am
- PHOTOS: People flock to fairgrounds on opening day - 8:49 am
- New Goodwill building approved - 12:48 pm
- ‘Werewolves, close your eyes’ - 12:26 pm
- Kendal earns praise of respected accreditor - 12:25 pm
- Indictment: Man accused of sexually assaulting 14-year-old - 4:16 pm updated: 4:17 pm.
- ‘Fiddlehead Dance’ unveiled at Kendal - 3:35 pm updated: 5:03 pm.
- Arrest made in Davis murder - 3:17 pm
- AAA: School’s open, drive carefully - 1:30 pm
- Back-to-school drive, Willis style - 12:16 pm updated: 2:21 pm.
- Peace vigil held to support Virgina victims - 11:32 am
- BACK TO SCHOOL: New Langston principal happiest helping families - 10:01 am updated: 10:21 am.
- BACK TO SCHOOL: New pathways to diplomas at OHS - 10:01 am
- BACK TO SCHOOL: Hall says focus is on individuals this year - 10:01 am
- BACK TO SCHOOL: ‘Read with your kid,’ urges Eastwood principal - 10:00 am
Wool you give me a haircut?
Even sheep need a haircut from time to time.Frank Krupka of North Ridgeville used a pair of electric cutters Monday at the Lorain County Fair to make ...
King and queen’s coronation cuts ribbon on fair week
The crowning of the Lorain County Junior Fair king and queen is always a memorable way to kick off festivities at the fairgrounds, and this year’...
PHOTOS: People flock to fairgrounds on opening day
Photos by Laurie Hamame | AIM Media MidwestEven a chance to see a total solar eclipse didn’t stop animal lovers from crowding the Lorain County ...
New Goodwill building approved
An expansion to the Oberlin Square shopping center will make way for a roomier Goodwill.The 14,250 square-foot addition to the west end of the 14910 S...
‘Werewolves, close your eyes’
Photo by Laurie Hamame | Oberlin News-TribuneKids ages five to 12 play a game of werewolf on the lawn of Firelands Association for the Visual Arts dur...
Kendal earns praise of respected accreditor
Kendal at Oberlin has become to one of just seven Ohio continuing care communities to earn a five-year accreditation from the Commission on Accreditat...
Falcons hire Walbom for head wrestling job
All-Navy wrestler Josh Walbom has been tapped to coach the Falcons.Walbom is a 2007 graduate of Firelands High School and has earned bachelor’s ...
STATE TRACK: Rustad goes the distance for Phoenix
Joseph Colon | Oberlin News-TribuneAsta Rustad, one of the Class of 2017 valedictorians at Oberlin High School, earned All-Ohio honors by placing eigh...
TRACK AND FIELD: Phoenix have fast feet at PAC
Photos by Russ Gifford | Oberlin News-TribuneOberlin College hosted the two-day Patriot Athletic Conference meet, at which the Phoenix had some excell...
SOFTBALL: Barco has an amazing day
Photos by Russ Gifford | Civitas MediaHannah Barco and McKenzie Hendershot each nailed two RBIs in an 8-4 win over Firelands on April 25. Barco also f...
Anderson inducted into track hall of fame
Jay (Jehu) Anderson, a 1998 graduate of Oberlin High School, was among the six inductees April 13 to the Lorain County Track and Cross Country Hall of...
SOFTBALL: Returning big bats could spell success for Phoenix
A 16-12 regular season (7-9 PAC) earned the Oberlin Phoenix softball team a third place finish in the conference last season.A first round playoff los...
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Maple syrup season runs deep in Lorain County, warmer weather alters usual timeline
Maple syrup season usually encompasses the month of March, but warmer temperatures this year moved up that timeline for manufacturers in Lorain County...
‘Oberlin Through Brown Eyes’ to record oral histories
The everyday experiences of black Oberlinians are of tremendous value and ought to be preserved for future generations.That’s what Annessa Olive...
What are you thankful for?
Photos by Jonathan Delozier | Civitas MediaWe traveled to schools in Amherst, Oberlin, and Wellington to ask students what they are grateful for this ...
50 YEARS: Cleve and Marie Canham
Cleve and Marie Canham are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary this month. They were wed Nov. 26, 1966, in Davenport, Iowa.They have two childr...
Treasures on display as Oberlin Archives celebrate 50 years
In 1985, Ken Grossi visited the Oberlin Archives for the first time.He was a graduate student at Case Western University, conducting research on the f...
Artist Stephen Tomasko exhibits at Kendal Gallery
Photographs, graphite drawings, and encaustic paintings by artist Stephen Tomasko will be on display from March 29 to May 16 at the Kendal Gallery.The...
Students have every right to vote here
To the editor:I leave it to others trolled directly to respond to the bulk of Tony Mealy’s caviling “No action on election complaints̶...
Thank you to the world’s Janets
A one-room apartment, much smaller than my office, and in a terrible neighborhood. Three kids and a single mother. Nothing to speak of in the way of m...
Are we really doing this again?
I thought we were past all of this.Shame on me for being so foolish and naive to underestimate the inherent thirst for power — even at the risk ...
Celebrating indigenous people
For many years, schools, businesses, and other big corporations shut down in observance of Columbus Day.The common misconception that has been the sta...
So much to cook, so little time
I had a call from Blake Hamer the other day. She wanted to know how to make cabbage and noodles so she could make it for her friend and herself for di...
Justice for sex-trafficking victims
It’s hard to believe, but children in Ohio — and across America — are increasingly being exploited and sold for sex on the Internet....