Freeze Watch issued October 07 at 3:24AM EDT until October 08 at 10:00AM EDT by NWS Wilmington (details ...)
...FREEZE WATCH IN EFFECT FROM LATE TONIGHT THROUGH SATURDAY
* WHAT...Sub-freezing temperatures as low as 31 possible.
* WHERE...Portions of East Central and Southeast Indiana and
Central, Southwest and West Central Ohio.
* WHEN...From late tonight through Saturday morning.
* IMPACTS...Frost and freeze conditions could kill crops, other
Suspect in Sept. raid allegedly engaged in sex, torture videos
By Leslie Gartrell
CELINA - A Michigan man who recently moved to Celina and was the subject of a U.S. Department of Homeland Security raid is accused of sexually abusing and torturing dogs in videos that were distributed across the globe, according to federal court records. [More]
ST. MARYS - The Whiskers for Wicker catfish tournament this Saturday will give anglers the opportunity to help one of their own with medical costs.
Organizer Alex Jenkins, who also organizes other local tournaments, said the event intends to raise money for his Celina fishing friend Jason Wicker, who underwent a double lung transplant over the summer. [More]
CELINA - Bird migration, depending upon the species, begins in Mercer County from September and is usually over by November's end. Birds respond to shorter days with diminished light, cooler temperatures, and dwindling crops for a food source. Good parents, they wait until their young mature. [More]
ROCKFORD - It appeared at first that the St. Marys-Parkway volleyball matchup was going to be a back-and-forth encounter.
Parkway won the opening set, with St. Marys taking a 7-3 lead early in the second set and up 17-15 before the Panthers came back and took the win in extra points. The Roughriders hung tough in the third set, but Division III state-ranked Parkway held tough to earn a 25-16, 28-26, 25-17 win on Monday night at Panther Gymnasium in Rockford. [More]
CELINA - One of downtown Celina's longest running businesses, a veritable institution for generations of shoe-buying families, is celebrating its 70th anniversary with a customer appreciation sale running through Oct. 15.
By BOB TOMASZEWSKI and LESLIE GARTRELL
MARIA STEIN - On clear nights under starry skies, over the sounds of popcorn popping and soda fizzing, moviegoers at the Starlight Drive-In would watch films from the comfort of their cars or trusty folding chairs. [More]
Lack of land may soon jeopardize the continued efforts to dredge silt from Grand Lake, said Thomas Grabow, Ohio Department of Natural Resources dredge program administrator, at the Oct. 1 Lake Improvement Association meeting.