(Note: This is the first of a two-part series relating war-time memories as shared by Bob Coburn, a blind man who served as a medic during WWII).

The Tecumseh Elementary PTO is in the business of making dreams come true in Tecumseh’s schools.

Two local New Carlisle women have put their love for animals to work as they try to raise funds to start the first rescue group in the city with an actual fixed base operation.

With sunshine and cooler air, the Clark County Fair came to a close last Friday.

The New Carlisle Public Library wrapped up their adult summer reading with a drawing for all adults who completed a passport.

The Courage to Lead, Women in Profile focuses on women in leadership positions in business, industry, government, education, and non-profits organizations.

Car enthusiasts will soon be racing to attend Tecumseh Athletic Boosters’ 10th annual Mini-Nationals Car & Truck Show.

Age 89, beloved wife, mother, grandmother & teacher, died peacefully at home, Saturday July 29, 2017 surrounded by family.

88, of New Carlisle, Ohio passed away Tuesday, August 1, 2017.

Health, Safety, and Community pride are the calling card of New Carlisle’s Family and Youth Initiative’s (FYI) popular Community Safety Day Festival.

Richard Finfrock has waited his whole life, or at least since he started racing horses in 1982, to own a horse like his young gelding, Cash Lane.

A man suffered injuries after crashing his motorcycle on Dayton-Brandt Rd.

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