Judge Glenn Derryberry Constitution Day Forum speaker
Posted by Fred Steiner on September 25, 2016 - 10:26pm
Judge Glenn Derryberry of Allen County juvenile court presented Bluffton’s annual Constitution Day Forum titled “Juveniles and the Law: A Puzzle.” In front of a packed audience on Sept. 20 in Yoder Recital Hall, Derryberry explained that he looks at constitutional law in the area of juvenile justice to be a large jigsaw puzzle.
“The puzzle is not finished and the puzzle continues to change,” said Derryberry. “Local courts every day are confronted with Constitutional details of great importance.”
BLUFFTON, Ohio - The Bluffton University men's soccer team hosted Finlandia University for a rare Sunday contest at the Sears Complex on a warm September afternoon. The visiting Lions found the back of the net just over a minute into the contest en route to a convincing 5-0 victory. Bluffton slipped to 3-5 on the season, while Finlandia improved to 2-6 as they head back to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
It was the Friday of the 2016 Bluffton High School homecoming parade
Posted by Fred Steiner on September 25, 2016 - 12:42pm
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Abbie Parkins reigned as queen and Gabe Denecker as king of the 2016 Bluffton High School homecoming. The queen-king announcement made in a pre-game Harmon Field ceremony Friday night followed a long homecoming tradition at BHS.
Senior court members also included Sierra Ribley, Kristen Yost, Trevor Bunch and Levi Mikesell. Underclassmen on the court were juniors: Kelli Leugers and Hunter Busch; sophomores Amelia Mitchell and Logan Rhodes; and freshmen Kayla White and Nephi Peralta.
BLUFFTON, Ohio - A pair of Grant Stutzman (Sugarcreek/Hiland) tallies separated by less than three minutes proved to be all Bluffton would need as the Beavers defeated Ohio Christian 2-1 on a beautiful Saturday, Sept. 24. It marked the first home win by the men since Oct. 29, 2014 when Bluffton defeated Mount St. Joseph, 3-2, at the Sears Complex. The Beavers improved to 3-4 on the season, while OCU dropped to 2-6 overall.
HANOVER, Ind. - Less than 12 hours after matches finished on Friday night, teams were in the gym ready to go for day two of the annual HCAC/OAC Crossover. Bluffton was up in the first round of matches to face the Capital Crusaders who they just went five sets with last weekend in Wooster.