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December 9, 2019

Bluffton's classic

One of the community's oldest holiday traditions, the performance of Handel's "Messiah" was presented on Dec. 8 in Yoder Recital Hall on the Bluffton University campus.

Jeremy Scoles featured speaker at Friday's chamber breakfast

He is the enenvironmental specialist for the Ohio EPA Northwest District Office

Jeremy Scoles of Bluffton and environmental specialist for the Ohio EPA Northwest District Office, is the featured speaker at Friday’s Bluffton Area Chamber of Commerce December breakfast.

The breakfast sponsor is Superior Energy Solutions, owned by Dan Klear.

It's a busy month at Senior Citizen Center

December newsletter attached to this story

December is full of activities at the Bluffton Senior Citizens Center. For a complete listing of events open the newsletter attached at the bottom of this story.

Among December events include:

The Iconic Photo Gallery

Taxing questions
Chamber discussion
Let's jitterbug!
2-12-20 Dan Bowden, retired fire chief honored
Severe weather warning

Latest Pirate sports stories

By Cort Reynolds
BLUFFTON - Bluffton's Brinkley Garmatter drilled a three-pointer in the final seconds of overtime to edge Ottoville 55-53 in a girls basketball non-conference battle Saturday afternoon.

By Cort Reynolds
FINDLAY - The visiting Bluffton boys basketball team outscored Liberty-Benton 25-15 in the fourth period to come from behind and win a tough non-league battle Saturday night, 62-56.

By Cort Reynolds
BLUFFTON - The host Bluffton boys basketball team rolled up big numbers in the middle quarters en route to an 80-48 blowout of Bath in their non-league season opener Friday night.

By Cort Reynolds
BLUFFTON - Host Bluffton tipped off girls basketball Northwest Conference play with a hard-fought 50-46 win over Delphos Jefferson Thursday night.

By Cort Reynolds
FT. JENNINGS - The visiting Bluffton girls basketball team built a big early lead and easily beat winless Fort Jennings 63-44 in a non-league game this past Saturday afternoon.

History lesson

Do you know where this building stands today? It was originally Bluffton's Ex-Cell-O plant. There, its employees produced...

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By Cort Reynolds
BLUFFTON - Bluffton's Brinkley Garmatter drilled a three-pointer in the final seconds of overtime to edge Ottoville 55-53 in a girls basketball non-conference battle Saturday afternoon.

By Cort Reynolds
FINDLAY - The visiting Bluffton boys basketball team outscored Liberty-Benton 25-15 in the fourth period to come from behind and win a tough non-league battle Saturday night, 62-56.

Note: this article is provided by ONU Healthwise Pharmacy.

Yesterday's Top Story

Bluffton Hospital recognized

with 2019 Performance Leadership Award in Quality and Patient Perspective

“Bluffton Hospital is honored and humbled to accept this award for the fifth time,” said Nicole Keuneke, director of operations at Bluffton Hospital.

Bluffton Hospital, a division of Blanchard Valley Health System, has been recognized by The Chartis Center of Rural Health and the National Organization of State Offices of Rural Health (NOSORH) for overall excellence in Quality and Patient Perspective.

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Poetic License

The Icon saw this plate in the Bluffton University parking lot on Bentley Road. It's on a blue GMC van.