Tuesday, August 2nd, 2016
Panel OKs pooch paddle
By Jared Mauch
ST. MARYS - The city pool will go to the dogs one day this summer.
The parks and playgrounds committee agreed to host a dog swim event in the leisure pool from 2-4 p.m. Sept. 10, days after the pool season for humans ends.
Committee members agreed to allow only dogs into the water during the event due to safety concerns. They will share the idea with all other city council members at the Aug. 8 meeting, but council approval is not required. [More]
Obituaries on August 2nd, 2016
Georgeana K. (Baker) Kemper age 74, of Versailles, Ohio, passed away at 10:16 A [More]
Thelma Jean Smith, 87, Celina, died at 11:55 a.m. Aug. 1, 2016, at her daughter [More]
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FORT RECOVERY - A recreational trail will be built this fall in Fort Recovery's Community Park.
Village Council members on Monday voted to accept
WAPAKONETA - A once annual quilting challenge has returned to this year's Auglaize County Fair, giving participants their inspiration for 2017 entries.
ODA accepting public comments on draft permit
FORT RECOVERY - A local farm that raises young hens is requesting the Ohio Department of Agriculture to renew its permit to operate.
As part of the
Two Celina women were arrested for possession of drug-abuse instruments during a traffic stop Monday night in Mercer County.
Paige W. Waterman, 29,
COLDWATER - "Don't Stop Believin' (an '80s flashback'" is the theme for this weekend's Coldwater Community Picnic.
The 56th annual festival kicks off Thursday and runs through Sunday. The picnic will feature entertainment, rides, food concessions and the annual parade.
Monday marked the first day fall sports teams could begin official practices for the 2016 season. Teams in football, golf, soccer, tennis and cross c
Compiled by Gary R. Rasberry
A seven-run second inning helped Lima to a 12-5 win over Hamilton in Game Three of the Great Lakes Summer Collegiate League championship series on Monday night at Simmons Field in Lima.