Friday, January 26th, 2007
Obituaries on January 26th, 2007
Former St. Marys resident Bertha Karcher, 95, of Ottawa, died Jan. 24, 2007, at Norton Suburban Hospital, Louisville, Ky. [More]
James B. Price, 67, 119 Celina St., Celina, died at 10:35 a.m. Jan. 24, 2007, at his residence. [More]
Stories on January 26th, 2007
Ohio leads the nation in home foreclosures; Auglaize numbers skyrocket over 6 years
Editors note: The actual name of the foreclosure victim who resides in Auglaize County was withheld at her request for privacy reasons.
Janet and her husband raised their children, celebrated family milestones and built memories in their cozy, three-bedroom home. [More]
NEW BREMEN - It appears school board members will not renew the contract of varsity head football coach Chad Williams.
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There are 10 petitions, all asking the state to lower the water level of Grand Lake, being circulated door-to-door around the lake.
More than 200 signatures already have been gathered. [More]
The fate of a $900,000 targeted watershed implementation grant from the U.S. EPA to improve local water quality remains in limbo until the federal agency's budget is approved by Congress.
The Ohio Beef Council this year will change its promotion of beef from one focusing on the pure enjoyment of eating it to using it as part of good nutrition.
During a meeting Thursday, Tri Star Advisory Board learned all nine member schools signed an amendment to the current five-year agreement.
The amen
NEW KNOXVILLE - Mayors from three communities comprising the "Golden Triangle" reflected on the past year and looked ahead to the future during the annual State of the Villages Breakfast planned by the Southwestern Auglaize County Chamber of Commerce.
Fresh off a strong showing at the Indian Lake Invitational, the Celina wrestling team rolled in a pair of dual-match wins on Thursday at the high school gymnasium. [More]
NEW KNOXVILLE - The New Knoxville Rangers stayed mathematically alive in the Midwest Athletic Conference girls basketball title race as they defeated the Minster Wildcats, 32-22, Thursday night in a defensive struggle at Ranger Gymnasium.
A second-half collapse by Celina allowed Lima Bath to invade the Fieldhouse for a 56-39 victory in Western Buckeye action on Thursday night.
Lima Bath (13-3, 6-1 WBL) remains a game back of Wapakoneta in the WBL title race while Celina drops to 7-7 overall and 4-3 in league play.
Compiled by Gary R. Rasberry
Coldwater ran its winning streak to four games, but had to hold off a determined group from St. Henry to post a 51-48 victory at Redskin Gymnasium.
MARIA STEIN - A rare feat occurred at the Hangar Thursday night, as both teams came out of the game quite satisfied with their performances, despite the obvious fact that one of them lost. [More]
Local pictures on January 26th, 2007