Business enterprise center aims to help entrepreneurs
By Sydney Albert
CELINA - Starting a new business can be daunting, but local organizations are available to help entrepreneurs make their dreams a reality.
The Business Enterprise Center at Wright State University-Lake Campus has been a resource for area entrepreneurs, young and old, since 1985. Carol Jones, program manager, says the BEC employs a "four prong attack" on business issues and offers services like training, classes and counseling. [More]
COLDWATER - As the old theory goes, most creative types are thought to be right-brained while those proficient in math and science, left-brained.
Coldwater's Jennifer Glance, though, blows that binary notion out of the water. A doctor by day with Mercer Health's OB/GYN team and a painter on the side, Glance puts to use both hemispheres of her cerebrum to provide health care for women and to express her worldview. [More]
Redcoat makes sure opposing team is ready to face the Buckeyes
By William Kincaid
CELINA - For the past 13 seasons, retired teacher Gary Hensley of Celina has been working a dream job as a Redcoat for the Ohio State Buckeyes football team, escorting the visiting team and officials at Ohio Stadium.
Wildcats hold off rival Redskins in clash at Minster
By Colin Foster
MINSTER - Various media outlets were on site at Minster High School on Tuesday.
Why? Because a Minster-Fort Loramie girls' basketball game is always newsworthy.
On this night, the Wildcats took control with a 20-4 run in the second quarter and held on to defeat the Redskins 35-26 in a defensive battle between teams that will likely have a ranking beside their name when the Associated Press state poll is released. [More]