Special Weather Statement issued December 06 at 3:40AM EST by NWS Wilmington (details ...)
...AREAS OF FOG THIS MORNING...
Areas of fog and drizzle have developed over the area this morning.
Visibility may be reduced to less than a mile at times. These
conditions will persist into the late morning and may impact the
morning commute for some locations.
If traveling, be prepared for fog that could suddenly reduce
visibilities. Slow down and allow extra time to reach your
ST. MARYS - School district officials have asked city council for a $1.5 million loan to finance geothermal heating and cooling for the new school tentatively set for groundbreaking in about a year.
Superintendent Ken Baker and school board President Ralph Wiley and Vice President Eric Langsdon asked city council at Monday night's council meeting to finance the project and then bill the school. [More]
MARIA STEIN - Marion Local school district recently received an unexpected bill for athletic training services.
After nearly five years of providing services for a token $1 fee, Community Sports Services has announced its intention to charge $10,000 annually. The services include having a certified trainer in attendance for varsity sports and overseeing an academic program for student trainers. [More]
Tigers finish the season as only undefeated team in state of Ohio
By Gary R. Rasberry
COLUMBUS - There's winning. Then there's winning in style.
Versailles certainly won in style on Monday, ending the season as the only undefeated team in the state of Ohio, winning a defensive battle against Sugarcreek Garaway and capturing the Division III state title with a 51-33 win at the Schottenstein Center on the campus of The Ohio State University. [More]
The utility bills for both Celina residential and business consumers will show an increase beginning this month due to the higher costs to obtain electricity, said Celina City Service Director Jeff Hazel.
MARIA STEIN - The need for additional revenue still exists in the Marion Local school district, but board of education members made no decision Monday night regarding how to proceed after voters narrowly defeated a 0.25 percent income tax.
Celina city councilors gave preliminary approval to a proposed 2008 calendar-year budget for all funds totaling $39,537,671 at Monday's meeting and set two hearings for public comment later this month.