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- ‘Who am I?’ Students dig into their pasts - 11:54 am
- $39.8M budget approved by council - 11:48 am
- Record likely: 107M Americans to travel for holidays - 9:04 am
- SNOW EMERGENCY GUIDELINES - 1:08 pm
- Oberlin City Club celebrates 60 years - 11:36 am
- POLICE REPORTS - 11:22 am
- Students have their day in court - 10:28 am
- Stone’s name to be included on D.C. memorial wall - 9:21 am
- Season greeted with ‘Messiah’ - 4:09 pm
- Bubbly fun - 2:48 pm updated: 11:43 am.
- ‘Altered Paradise’ art on display at Kendal - 2:42 pm
- Shopping and giving wisely during the holidays - 1:31 pm
- Be more sustainable during the holidays - 2:11 pm
- Would you try a blood shot? - 11:35 am
- OMLPS makes purchases for 2018 - 11:11 am
- BUZZ! Middle-schoolers take second in academic quiz - 11:05 am
- Local grad fights cancer on diamond - 11:02 am
- A sober reminder to drive safely - 9:59 am
- Bridging the border in Tucson - 9:55 am
- Gingerbread Extravaganza at the Oberlin Public Library - 9:45 am
- Arbogast is Rotary’s Senior of November - 9:33 am
- SPECIAL HOLIDAY SERVICES - 2:16 pm
- Young asks for early release - 1:23 pm
- A new bike for Tracy, and more - 12:51 pm
- POLICE REPORTS - 12:06 pm
Photos by Laurie Hamame | Oberlin News-TribuneSqueals and sudsy fun took over the Eastwood Elementary playground on Dec. 8 as around 200 students had ...
‘Altered Paradise’ art on display at Kendal
An exhibit called “Altered Paradise,” featuring the works of artist Barbara Gillette, is on display through Jan. 29 at the Kendal Gallery....
Shopping and giving wisely during the holidays
Traditional holiday giving means gifts for family and friends and contributions to causes close to the heart. Whether you’re purchasing presents...
Be more sustainable during the holidays
Used gift wrap, boxes, bows, and plastic packing will litter lots of floors this holiday season.Nobody wants to be wasteful. Republic Services has som...
Would you try a blood shot?
Leave it to phlebotomy students to dream up the “blood shot.”The drink, invented by Lorain County JVS high school and adult students, won ...
OMLPS makes purchases for 2018
Selling old trucks and replacing aging circuit breakers are ways the Oberlin Municipal Light and Power System is getting a head start on the new year....
64 scholar-athletes recognized at OHS
Last week we reported the myriad on-field honors and recognitions for the Oberlin fall sport student-athletes. This week, it’s a tip-of-the-cap ...
Grapplers open season at Knights Of Columbus
The Phoenix wrestlers opened their 2017-2018 season at Avon Lake’s Knights Of Columbus tournament this past weekend.Oberlin was one of 17 teams ...
Huff to lead grapplers into new era
“There is no such thing as ‘replacing’ a long-time Hall Of Fame coach,” Gary Huff readily acknowledges.He’s taking the r...
PREVIEW: Phoenix girls want to faster, more aggressive
The first Oberlin team to kick off the winter season, the Phoenix girls lost 46-21 on opening night to the Vermilion Sailors under the watchful eye of...
PREVIEW: Big squad takes court for boys basketball
Coach Kurt Russell had a relaxed look as he and his assistants gathered the troops for preseason workouts.More than 30 young men — a large group...
Fall sports student-athlete accolades roll in
After a fall sports season full of notable performances, Oberlin Phoenix student-athletes have collected numerous awards based on their efforts both o...
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Funding loss, rising costs close Ohio Dance Theatre
Ohio Dance Theatre has been dealt a big funding blow and will close its doors June 30 after a quarter-century in Oberlin.Dance classes will continue t...
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...
Tax scam will hurt the middle class
To the editor:Ohio senators have received hundreds of thousands of calls, emails, and petitions from the people stating the tax “scam” wil...
Jordan should apologize
To the editor:I was disappointed to read about the behavior of our U.S. House Rep. Jim Jordan at a recent committee hearing about the Concealed Carry ...
Touched by Oberlin’s generosity
To the editor:Words cannot express my gratitude for the love and generosity given to my son Tracy Ellis when his bicycle was stolen. Of all places, as...
Protecting health care for Ohio children
While the Senate is spending its time on a bill to cut taxes for corporations that send jobs overseas, kids here in America are on the verge of losing...
Getting excited about the moon
It started with a view from 254 miles high.On a quiet Saturday morning, I cast NASA’s live feed from the International Space Station — it&...
Tax bill doesn’t guarantee jobs
To the editor:On Friday, Dec. 1, the Senate voted to approve its version of the tax bill. Last-minute edits and handwritten revisions riddled the 479 ...