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Travis Shaw calls it a career

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Former designated hitter and corner infielder Travis Shaw, who played for the Boston Red Sox, Milwaukee Brewers and Toronto Blue Jays, announced his retirement from Major League Baseball at age 32 this week.

Wife: Massacre husband’s idea

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WAVERLY — A woman who helped plan the 2016 slayings of eight members of another family, a crime that shook rural southern Ohio and stymied investigators for over two years, says the massacre was her husband’s idea.

County residents get prison sentences

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A Leesburg man was sentenced in Highland County Common Pleas Court to 45 months in prison for pandering obscenity and tampering with evidence.

Leesburg Luminaria

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The Leesburg Lions Club’s 33rd annual Luminaria will be held this Sunday, Dec. 11 with the hope that all village residents will help the community celebrate the real meaning of Christmas.

Caramel corn recipe from Florida

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In the kitchen with Sharon this week is Steven Holland (my Facebook friend) with his famous caramel corn. This looks delicious.

MHS shares title, 36 eggs for $1, ‘Sink the Bismark’

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Editor’s note — We’re continuing our tradition of taking a look back each Saturday at some of the important, interesting or even odd events as they were reported during the same week throughout the years, along with interesting advertising features from years gone by.

Salute to veterans

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There will be no shortage of Veterans Day observances this week in Highland County with a plethora of events scheduled even into next week.

Unlawful passing, 21 days of rain, 14.4% jobless rate

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Editor’s note — We’re continuing our tradition of taking a look back each Saturday at some of the important, interesting or even odd events as they were reported during the same week throughout the years, along with interesting advertising features from years gone by.

McClain female wrestlers fall to Washington

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The Washington Lady Lion wrestling team followed up winning their first sanctioned dual meet on Dec. 7 by winning their first-ever Frontier Athletic Conference dual meet on Dec. 8. The Lady Lions defeated McClain by a score of 42-18.

Whiskey moved, streets oiled and March snowstorm

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Editor’s note — We’re continuing our tradition of taking a look back each Saturday at some of the important, interesting or even odd events as they were reported during the same week throughout the years, along with interesting advertising features from years gone by.