Special Weather Statement issued January 30 at 4:35AM EST by NWS Wilmington (details ...)
...SOME SLICK SPOTS AND FOG THIS MORNING... A wintry mix of light snow, freezing rain, and rain will overspread the region this morning. Any accumulation will be light but a few slick spots may develop, especially on bridges and overpasses. Also, widespread fog will be observed across the area this morning, lowering visibilities to less than one mile at times. Patchy dense fog with visibilities of one quarter mile or less will also be possible through mid morning. Motorists should use extra caution through the morning commute. Slow down, use low beam headlights, and allow additional time to reach your destination due to the reduced visibilities and possible slick spots.
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Saturday, July 1st, 2006
By Timothy Cox
The massive $1.2 million project to rebuild Touvelle Street begins next week, and Celina city officials are warning residents that access to the street will be heavily restricted or closed for the next several months.
"It's going to be a very busy place down there for a long time," city consultant Kent Bryan said. [More]
Obituaries on July 1st, 2006
Arthur E. Robbins Jr., 76, of Portland, Ind., died the afternoon of June 29, 2006, at his residence following an extended illness. [More]
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Subscriber stories on July 1st, 2006
More than 210 families have set up camp and are ready to roast marshmallows at the filled-to-the brim Grand Lake St. Marys State Park this holiday weekend.
Area law enforcement officers have been logging time in the classroom in recent days learning the basics of Espanol.
The Mercer County Sheriff's Office sponsored the sessions to help officers who do not speak Spanish deal with Hispanics residing in or passing through the area.
A couple of homes deemed "spot slums" by city officials are finally coming down, nearly a year after the project was first discussed.
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ST. HENRY - The village will save $45,000 on the costs of forthcoming improvements to the wastewater treatment system, as council members authorized Village Administrator Don Hess to alter the life span of a loan.
Grand Lake looked to have momentum on their side going into the second game of the Mariners' Friday twilight doubleheader with Columbus at Jim Hoess Field.