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Knock-Out Karaoke contest planned


SIDNEY — Sidney Alive, in partnership with The Historic Sidney Theatre, will be hosting a Knock-Out Karaoke contest featuring local talent. The event is scheduled to be held at the theatre on Saturday, March 23, starting at 7 p.m. Local talent will perform karaoke as a solo act or group act to some epic tunes to see who comes out on top.

Sidney Alive’s looking for consignments, vendors


SIDNEY — Sidney Alive will hold the 2024 Formal Wear Consignment on March 2, 2024, in the lower level of Murphy’s Craft Bar & Kitchen. There will be a selection of like-new on-trend formal wear and wedding gowns as well as homecoming dresses, mother of the bride dresses, and flower girl/ring bearer options. All items are at discounted prices to help families save money on what can be, a pricey item to purchase new.

Grants will support Ohioans with developmental disabilities


COLUMBUS — Two local organizations will be receiving funds from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) to enhance the lives of Ohioans with developmental disabilities and their families.

Mumaw sentenced to prison


By Kimberly Pistone

‘Fairytales on Ice: Peter Pan’ skates into Troy


TROY – The Arbogast Performing Arts Center (APAC), located at 500 S. Dorset Road in Troy, presents the 10th performance of its 2023-2024 Season on Saturday, March 2, 2024, at 7 p.m. when “Fairytales on Ice: Peter Pan” comes skating into the APAC and whisks the audience off to Neverland.

The difference between gross income tax and earned income tax


SIDNEY — “With the Primary Election just around the corner,” Bob Guillozet said, “a number of people have asked me the difference between an Earned Income Tax and a Gross Income Tax. I thought it was important to stress the difference.” Shelby County Commissioner Guillozet is serving as chairman of Sidney’s ½% Earned Income Tax Levy Campaign.

Sentencing postponed for Auglaize woman


TOLEDO — A Feb. 23 sentencing date for an Auglaize County woman charged in the distribution of a controlled substance that resulted in the death of another has been postponed.

Husted visits Minster agribusiness


By Luke Gronneberg

Meet the candidates


SIDNEY — The Shelby County Republican Party showcased the candidates running for local county commissioner’s seats at a Meet the Candidates Night on Thursday, Feb. 15.


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