Federal audit determines district illegally operated a former community school
By Margie Wuebker
Minster Local Schools may have to pay back more than $300,000 to the federal government for the illegal operation of a former community school.
Superintendent Gayl Ray and Treasurer Laura Klosterman learned during a meeting in Columbus this week the district will have to pay back $255,000, along with the possibility of $11,000 in fines and $48,000 in interest. [More]
Celina Police Department is the lead enforcement agency investigating possible thefts at Walmart stores in the Celina, Lima, Findlay, Sidney and Piqua areas, Police Chief Dave Slusser says.
The investigation was spawned after two women from Lima were arrested recently and each charged locally with two felonies and a misdemeanor related to a series of reported thefts during the last two months at the Celina Walmart Supercenter. [More]