Freund scores 16 first-half points on her way to a career night, leads Cards past Cavaliers
By Colin Foster
NEW BREMEN - Kaylee Freund had 16 points in one half of basketball earlier this week.
She's making it a habit.
Freund followed her 16-point second half in Tuesday's win over Anna with a duplicate effort in the first half against Coldwater, finishing with a new career-high 23 points to help New Bremen win its Midwest Athletic Conference opener by a score of 51-39 on Thursday at Cardinal Gymnasium. [More]
ST. MARYS - Grand Lake may not be completely healthy just yet, but local work to improve water quality have made the effort a model for others across the nation as toxic algal blooms have become more widespread.
Former St. Marys running back Shawn Lamb vividly recalls the skepticism prior to his senior year in 1993. Despite his class holding a 37-2 overall record, three straight Western Buckeye League titles and a pair of state titles in 1990 and 1992, there were plenty of fans who embraced the upcoming campaign with a wait-and-see attitude blended with a shade of optimism. [More]
New Bremen Rotarians learn about famous car racing venue
By Tom Stankard
NEW BREMEN - The New Bremen Speedway may have closed nearly 40 years ago, but village resident Dave Kramer is keeping its spirit alive.
The lifelong racing fanatic on Tuesday shared with New Bremen/New Knoxville Rotarians information he has gathered as part of a longtime project to learn more about the nationally renowned racetrack. [More]