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Delaware Gazette

Vogel will be remembered as bridge builder

Last weekend, I had the honor of speaking at a celebration of the life of Delaware native son and Ohio Wesleyan alumnus, Ezra Vogel, at the Memorial Church at Harvard. Longtime residents of Delaware remember the Vogel name well. Ezra’s parents, Joe and Edith, both Jewish immigrants, met after arriving in the United States. Following their marriage, they moved to Delaware and opened the People’s Store, a clothing store in the heart of our town. During the Great Depression, the Vogels extended credit to anyone in need of clothing. Many remember times when individuals left the People’s Store with clothes that were provided with neither credit nor payment.
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Subaru Loves Pets Month at the Winchester Area SPCA

October kicks off #subarulovespets month at the Winchester Area SPCA to help find loving homes for pets in need. This month, WASPCA will benefit from a $100 donation from CMA’s Subaru of Winchester for every pet adopted. Learn more at Stop by the adoption center at 111 Featherbed...
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Columbus high school teacher indicted after admitting to taking up-skirt videos of students for last 7 years

COLUMBUS, Ohio — A Delaware County grand jury indicted a Columbus Alternative High School teacher who admitted to taking videos of female students for the past seven years. Justin Foley, 47, is charged with 10 counts of illegal use of minor or impaired person in nudity-oriented material or performance, according to documents from the Delaware County Court of Common Pleas.
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60 for 60: President Ingram retired after nearly 40 years, was a ‘difference maker’

In celebration of Durham Technical Community College’s 60th anniversary, the College is publishing 60 for 60 – a storytelling campaign that highlights the people, places, and events that have progressed and shaped the College’s six decades of impact. The following story has been republished in its entirety. To view more 60 for 60 stories, visit

KSU v’ball falls short on third straight loss

FRANKFORT, Ky. – Kentucky State University women’s volleyball team came up short against Asbury University in a three-set thriller (21-25, 20-25, 19-25) at Bell Gym at Kentucky State University on Sept. 1. In the beginning of the match, the Asbury Eagles led the game 11-3, as an error...

2022-23 Iowa Wrestling Schedule Finalized

DATE START (CT) OPPONENT LOCATION TV/ONLINE RESULT RECORD. SUN 11/13/22 1:00 PM Cal Baptist Iowa City, IA -- -- -- FRI 11/18/22 5:30 PM Sacred Heart (Arm Bar at the Armory) Albany, NY -- -- -- " " 7:30 PM Buffalo (Arm Bar at the Armory) Albany, NY -- --...

Schools & Military, 9/29/22 edition

News of the achievements of local students and members of the Armed Forces. •• Ryan Lesmez of Arlington earned a bachelor of arts degree in international business during summer commencement exercises at Ohio Wesleyan University. •• The following Arlington residents earned degrees during summer commencement exercises at James Madison...

The Time to Buy Annuities for Retirement Is Now: Jim Wagner

Your article was successfully shared with the contacts you provided. Jim Wagner wants to stick to the annuity basics: helping more real people get more real retirement income protection. Wagner has been the chief distribution officer for the retirement division at Protective, a Birmingham, Alabama-based life insurance and annuity issuer,...

Football struggles en route to tough Homecoming defeat

The Kenyon football team fell in their Homecoming game to Ohio Wesleyan University (OWU) 41-14. The loss moves their record to 1-3 and their NCAC record to 0-2. After the Owls won the coin toss and deferred, the Battling Bishops opened the scoring with a field goal after an 11-play, 47-yard drive. Looking to answer with a scoring drive, Owls quarterback Ryan O’Leary ’23 led the offense to midfield. Unfortunately, O’Leary threw an interception, and OWU’s offense was able to take a 10-0 lead with just under seven minutes left in the first quarter. After a three-and-out for the Owls, the Battling Bishops scored a rushing touchdown to stretch their lead to 17-0 before securing a second interception as the first quarter came to a close. Kenyon’s defense was able to hold OWU to a field goal on the opening drive of the second quarter, and the offense looked to seize some momentum of their own. However, the Owls’ offense was no match for the Battling Bishops’ defense, as a turnover on downs and a three-and-out put the Owls in a 34-0 hole at halftime.

Men’s soccer keeps rolling, women’s soccer picks up steam

The No. 4 men’s soccer team continued their undefeated season as they beat Case Western Reserve University 4-0 in just their second home game of the year, backed by the buzzing and moderately rowdy home crowd for Kenyon’s homecoming weekend. This was just the second meeting between the Spartans and Owls since 2019, and Kenyon continued their winning streak. The defense was stout as usual, only allowing one shot on target, while the Kenyon offense did what it does best: score goals.

Scots Return Home (Football Game Notes)

The College of Wooster football team (2-2, 1-2 North Coast Athletic Conference) returns home to take on Ohio Wesleyan University (1-2, 1-0 NCAC) on Saturday, October 1. Kickoff from John P. Papp Stadium is set for 1 p.m. Wooster is looking to snap a two-game losing streak, with both losses coming to the NCAC institutions in Indiana. Ohio Wesleyan scored its first win of the year last Saturday, dominating Kenyon College 41-14.

DePauw shuts out College of Wooster in blowout win

GREENCASTLE, Ind. – Defending North Coast Athletic Conference champion DePauw University topped The College of Wooster football team 59-0 on Saturday afternoon at Blackstock Stadium. DePauw (4-0, 2-0 NCAC) scored on nine of its 11 possessions, with one of the two non-scoring drives ending with quarterback kneel-downs in the...

Men's Tennis Competes at ITA Central Regional Championship

ST. LOUIS - The Baldwin Wallace University men's tennis team competed at the Intercollegiate Tennis Association over the weekend, September 23-25. Singles Play (1-6) Senior All-OAC Trey Kernan (Penfield, N.Y.) fell in the first round against Turnbull from Illinois Wesleyan University, 1-6, 0-6 In 32nd round, fell to Ciuca from...
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Ohio Wesleyan takes full advantage of Kenyon mistakes

GAMBIER -- Two early turnovers put the Kenyon College football team in a hole and gave the Ohio Wesleyan University Battling Bishops all the momentum they needed to ring up a 41-14 North Coast Athletic Conference win over the host Owls on Saturday at McBride Field. Ohio Wesleyan (1-2, 1-0...