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Citizens National Bank customer appreciation day Sept. 17

Area residents and businesses are invited to the Community Appreciation Day celebration on Friday, Sept. 17, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the Bluffton office located at 102 S. Main St. Free pulled pork sandwiches, brats and more will be served. Attendees may enter to win the grand prize, which will be on display, or one of six $25 gas gift certificates.

The celebration is a way for Citizens National Bank to thank the Bluffton community for their contribution to our success.


Icon offers BHS vs. Carey complete game stats

Complete game stats of Bluffton High School football team's win over Carey on Sept. 3 are available on The Icon forms page. There are two pages of stats available. Click here to go to forms page.


Hospital update: More steel installation

Work on the Bluffton Hospital construction project this week includes continuing the steel installation and framing of the two-story addition, which includes the new emergency department.

In addition, this week will see continuing masonry block installation for the interior elevator and stairwell, continuing the framing of new walls and hanging HVAC duct work for the new operating room.

BHS girls' 4th of 21 teams at Grove Invitational

By Hannah Chappell-Dick

CC Runners Set Personal Records at Grove Invitational Last Saturday, September fourth, the Pirate cross country runners piled into a school bus and made the short drive to the Columbus Grove Invitational.

The Grove course was a speedy one - a triple loop down open stretches of cheering fans and flat forest trails that spits you out onto the track for the last 300 meters.


Call the police

Here's a one-of-a-kind plate. It's on one of the Bluffton police cruisers.


Letter: The "progressives" will ruin this country


I disagree with Wendy Chappell-Dick and think the progressives are going to ruin this country. Progressives believe that the government must be involved in all levels of reform. The existing constitution is outdated and must be made into a dynamic evolving instrument for social change, using scientific knowledge and the development of administrative bureaucracy.