The last day for business of the Mount Gilead Rite Aid was Thursday, Nov. 30.
A strong performance by Northmor led them to a win at home in their first boys’ basketball game of the season by a 69-51 win over visiting Elgin.
The Mount Gilead girls’ basketball team showed a lot of resilience Wednesday in earning a hard-fought 44-42 home win over Utica, just days after the community suffered a loss.
At its Nov. 21 meeting, the Mount Gilead Exempted Village Schools Board of Education honored the Morrow County Sentinel’s own Alberta Stojkovic for her coverage of the school district. Stojkovic was nominated and selected as a member of the Ohio School Boards Association’s Media Honor Roll.
When Brandon and Nicole McCrate moved into their home located in Marengo in July 2022, the idea of opening a Christmas tree farm was not necessarily a part of their plan.
A strong defensive showing allowed the Northmor girls’ basketball team to even its record at 1-1 on Friday.
A pair of Highland volleyball players earned All-Ohio recognition in Division II for their efforts this fall for the Scots.
There was a lot of good-natured talk and teasing as members of Beyond the Book Club met with Columbus author Jillian Ober on Monday, Nov. 13, at the Mount Gilead Public Library.
A dominating defensive performance by Sugarcreek Garaway put an end to Northmor’s very successful football season on Friday at Heath High School.
The public square in Mount Gilead was the scene of the Veterans Day observance on Saturday, Nov. 11, at 11 a.m., the exact hour the Armistice was signed at the end of World War I.