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Beavers swat Jackets in straight sets

By: Brittany Roth, sports information assistant

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DEFIANCE, Ohio - The road to the Heartland Conference tournament championship will run through Defiance for the second consecutive season and that appears to be just fine with a Bluffton University volleyball team that ended the Jackets bid for a second straight 9-0 mark in the HCAC. Bluffton rallied for a 28-26 win in the lidlifter before routing the home team 25-15 and 25-19 for a three-set sweep of rival Defiance College.

Lots of arts and events on university November calendar

Here is the Bluffton University arts and events calendar for November. Events are free and open to the public unless noted otherwise.

Nov. 1  Fall Play: “The Skin of Our Teeth,” 7:30 p.m., Ramseyer Auditorium, College Hall. Tickets, $8 for adults and $6 for senior citizens (65 and over) and non-Bluffton students, are available online at http://tickets.bluffton.edu or at the box office at the Marbeck Center information desk.

Diamond Manufacturing honored by Department of Defense

The Ohio Committee of the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR), a Department of Defense office, announced that Kevin Hilty and Diamond Manufacturing, Bluffton, were recently honored.

Hilty, a Diamond employee, received the Patriot Award in recognition of support of its employee serving in the Marine Corps Reserve.

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Northwest Physical Therapy raises $2,800 to benefit Parkinson's

Northwest Physical Therapy held its Fifth Annual Poker Run 5k October 25th at its Ottawa office, raising $2,800 to benefit the Parkinson Foundation of Northwest Ohio.  Runners and walkers enjoyed door prizes, refreshments and a Halloween costume contest after the race. 

Wanda Dean, owner of NWPT, said "We are so grateful for the support from our sponsors and the community to help raise this money for such a great cause."

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Knock, knock...whoooooooo's there? Trick-or-treat night is Thursday

Whether you are a mad scientist (see the photo with this story), simply a scientist, just plain mad, or some other kind of Halloweener, Thursday night is trick-or-treat night in Bluffton. Hours are 6 to 7:30 p.m.

In addition to Bluffton residences, here are some doorbells you’ll want to ring:

Bluffton Icon will take your photo at the library - in cooperation with the Bluffton University Photojournalism 299 class members, the Icon will take photos of all Halloweeners for a Halloween photo exhibit posted on The Icon. 

Kline nets two goals in 3-2 win over MSJ

By: Ryan Schadewald, sports information assistant

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BLUFFTON, Ohio - The Bluffton University Beavers were powered by a big offensive performance from T.J. Kline (Mogodore/Lake Center) which led them to a 3-2 victory over the Mount St. Joseph Lions on Wednesday, Oct. 29. The Beavers are now 6-12 and 3-5 in HCAC play, while the Lions fell to 4-13-1 and 2-5-1 in the Heartland Conference.

Bluffton Precast Concrete: a huge inferno

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A fire of undetermined origin is sweeping through the large Bluffton Precast Concrete Co., building at 8950 North Dixie Highway, south of Bluffton Wednesday afternoon.

It does not appear that anyone is injured.

The Bluffton Fire and EMS was called to the scene around 3:30 p.m. At the time black smoke was billowing hundreds of feet into the air toward Interstate 75.  The smoke was visible from the center of town.

Boedicker to perform at Nov. 4 Prime Timers

Jim Boedicker will perform at Prime Timers November 4 at St. John Mennonite Church, 15988 Road 4, Pandora. The event begins at noon and includes dinner. Boedicker's performance will include humorous songs, standards, some serious songs, and trick guitar moves. 

The dinner menu includes turkey with gravy, mashed potatoes, green bean casserole, mixed green salad with maple dressing, cranberry nut bread, pumpkin pie, and coffee. Donations are accepted.

Port Authority sells Ranger Building

The sale of the Ranger Building at 220 – 224 N. Main St., in downtown Lima was approved Oct. 27 by the Board of Directors of the Port Authority of Allen County, according to Marcelyn Boone, chair of the Port Authority Board. 

Sandra J. and James E. Monfort, of 1937 Wendall, Lima, are purchasing the building for $50,000.  The transaction is expected to be completed before the end of the week.

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Bluffton University student takes time off to serve in Guatemala

Taking a year off between high school and college isn’t unheard of. But doing it between the first and second year of college probably isn’t as common, and not for the reason that Kelsey Waidelich did.

Waidelich, now a sophomore at Bluffton University, left school last academic year for a six-month service trip to Guatemala.

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