MONTEZUMA - Mayor Steve Fortman advised councilors during Wednesday's meeting that excavation is expected to start this week on a drainage improvement project designed to alleviate recurring flooding in the village.
ST. MARYS - With the margin never stretching past six points, St. Marys' lead wasn't safe until the buzzer sounded.
Kendall Dieringer's five-point run late in the fourth made the difference, and Stella Huelsman's tying shot at the buzzer was tipped and fell short as the Roughriders pulled out a 50-47 win over Marion Local in girls basketball action at Grand Lake Health System Court on Tuesday. [More]
CELINA - County commissioners last week approved the final piece of the Fort Recovery-Minster Road and Rolfes Road tile project after commissioners initially rejected part of it last fall after landowners complained it cost too much.
WAPAKONETA - Auglaize County Health Department officials on Tuesday reported 330 new cases of COVID-19 since their last report on Thursday, raising the county's cumulative number of cases to 6,534 since the pandemic began.
Tyler Koenig hit a 3-pointer late in the fourth quarter to give Spencerville the lead and the Bearcats held on at the line for a 53-51 win over St. Henry in a boys basketball game at Redskin Gymnasium on Tuesday.
"How do you take 47 years of your life, who you are and what you become, and put that into three minutes?"
For Jessie Magoto, that is something she will try to do when the longtime Minster girls cross country and track and field coach will be inducted into the Ohio Association of Track and Cross Country Coaches (OAT&CCC) Hall of Fame on Jan. 28 at the Hilton at Easton in Columbus. [More]
St. Marys ran the table in winning the 20th annual Bob Sielski Memorial Wrestling Duals Tournament at the Palace at Coldwater High School on Saturday.
The Roughriders went 5-0 in the dual format tournament. Brookville was second, only losing to St. Marys in the final round with Liberty Center placing third at 3-2. The host Cavaliers were fourth at 2-3 followed by Indian Lake (2-3), Columbus Grove (2-3), Maderia (2-3) and Dayton Christian (0-5). [More]