Special Weather Statement issued January 15 at 10:19PM EST by NWS Wilmington (details ...)
...Scattered snow showers overnight...
Scattered snow showers are expected to move across the area
tonight. These snow showers will cause reduced visibilities and
will quickly produce light accumulations of snow. Be alert as
slick spots may develop with the falling temperatures overnight.
LIMA - It wasn't a matchup with a league title hanging in the balance or a potential playoff position up for grabs, but as far as excitement goes, the Celina-Bath contest proved to be the best game in the Grand Lake area on Friday night.
Celina made an aggressive decision and scored a two-point conversion in the second overtime as the Bulldogs were victorious for the first time of the season, 41-40, over Bath in Western Buckeye League action. [More]
The planned construction of a coal-fired baseload power station in Meigs County that Celina has committed to help support is a bad investment for city taxpayers, a report issued by the Sierra Club, a grass roots environmental organization, says.
ST. HENRY - Delphos St. John's slowed down St. Henry and secured a share of its first Midwest Athletic Conference title since 2000 as the top-ranked team in Division VI defeated the Redskins 28-6 on Friday at the Wally Post Athletic Complex.
COLDWATER - Perhaps suffering a hangover from last week's first loss of the season, the Coldwater Cavaliers got off to a slow start against the visiting Minster Wildcats. However, they exploded for five touchdowns during an 11-minute span late in the first half to secure a 35-0 victory.
Kenton captured its first outright Western Buckeye League football title since the 2001 season by shrugging off a tenacious Wapakoneta squad with 20 unanswered second-half points to take a 34-14 win at Harmon Field in Wapak.