Saturday, October 3rd, 2009
By Shelley Grieshop
Immaculate Conception School in Celina closed its doors at 10:45 a.m. Friday because half of its student population was absent with flu-like symptoms, according to school Superintendent Kathy Mescher.
Mescher initially canceled only kindergarten classes on Friday after half of the 21 students were absent on Thursday. Most of those children reportedly were experiencing flu symptoms including vomiting, she said. [More]
By Mark Ruschau
WAPAKONETA - The St. Marys Roughriders and the Wapakoneta Redskins met for the 104th time on the football field Friday night and added another great chapter to the rivalry as the Roughriders used a huge fourth quarter to rally and post a 28-17 Western Buckeye League win at Harmon Field. [More]
Obituaries on October 3rd, 2009
Dorothy M. Stachler, 92, Greenville, died at 11:50 p.m. Oct. 1, 2009, at Versailles Health Care Center. [More]
Local pictures on October 3rd, 2009
Subscriber and paid stories on October 3rd, 2009
The Bryson Trust fund will provide $235,000 to build two restroom facilities at Celina's Eastview Park.
Celina Safety Service Director Rick Bachelor made the announcement on Thursday night at a city council park and recreation committee meeting.
Every family trip is a lesson in patience for Chris and Deb Heitkamp who squeeze all six of their children in child safety seats in their minivan.
Steven Shoupp also under investigation in Colorado for disappearance of his first wife 19 year ago
A 54-year-old Celina man faces multiple charges stemming from incidents involving his estranged wife.
Certain aspects of the case also bear similarities to a continuing investigation in Colorado stemming from the disappearance of his first wife 19 years ago.
MARIA STEIN - Things started badly and slowly got worse for the Marion Local Flyers on Friday night at Booster Field, as a disastrous beginning foreshadowed another rough night for the hosts.
ANNA - Things looked good for St. Henry as the first quarter was coming to a close.
After stopping Anna near the goalline on the first series of the game, the Redskins had the Rockets backed up to their own seven-yard line with just three seconds left in the first quarter.
LIMA - There are plenty of offensive weapons for the Shawnee Indians football team and they were on display in the first quarter.
Shawnee had four
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Maty Mauk threw for seven touchdowns as Kenton opened with a 30-point first quarter en route to shutting out Bath 62-0 at Robinson Field.
VERSAILLES - The Versailles Tigers used their spread offense to dominate a diminished Minster Wildcat squad from the first series of the game. Derek
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Spencer Rohr dominated the ground attack at Cardinal Field on Friday night, going over the 1,000-yard mark on the se