Friday, April 20th, 2007
Obituaries on April 20th, 2007
Leroy S. Felver, 80, 114 N. Pine St., St. Marys, died at 3:39 p.m. April 19, 20 [More]
Former Celina resident John J. Siefring, 69, 8974 Linksway Drive, Columbus, died April 18, 2007, at Crown Point Nursing Home, Columbus. [More]
Stories on April 20th, 2007
TIPP CITY - President George W. Bush's foreign policy is dictated by the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, he said Thursday.
Bush spoke at Tippe [More]
TIPP CITY - Although President Bush's visit to Ohio on Thursday was pitched as a message about the global war on terror, the president weighed in on a number of other issues.
City police continue to interview students and process evidence following the bomb threat at Celina Middle School on Thursday morning.
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A 17-year-old Celina boy faces possible charges of delinquency and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle after he took his girlfriend and their 9-month-old baby to Florida.
FORT RECOVERY - A drawing of superman for her father Bob, a caricature of the Joker and abstract paintings: the art of senior Jess Hall was on display for the public Thursday evening during the annual Fort Showcase.
Mercer County Commissioners finalized a $250,000 loan for a soybean extrusion plant in Rockford from the county's revolving loan fund Thursday.
Mercer County Sheriff's deputies were continuing to search a St. Anthony Road property at press time today in hopes of locating more drugs.
WAPAKONETA - A St. Marys man who allegedly assaulted two city police officers in March has pleaded not guilty to the charges.
Jeffrey S. Waller Jr.
ST. MARYS - The Miami and Erie Canal Corridor Association (MECCA) celebrated milestones and honored supporters during the group's annual partnership dinner Thursday night.
Visitors will view replica of Lady of Guadalupe cloth
MINSTER - An open house will be held Sunday at the new Radio Maria office and broadcasting studio at the Hoying Professional Building, located at the corner of Fourth and Main streets.
Compiled by Gary R. Rasberry
In a game rescheduled due to rainouts, Celina and New Bremen squared off in softball, showcasing two of the best pitchers in the Grand Lake area.
After a tough loss on Tuesday to Shawnee, Celina needed a boost to get back to winning ways.
Jeremy Kerr provided the boost, firing a three-hit shutout as the Bulldogs downed Marion Local 6-0 at Montgomery Field. Celina improves to 6-8 on the season as the Flyers drop to 7-5. [More]
ST. MARYS - The Coldwater baseball team broke out of an offensive slump and got a strong performance by a freshman on the mound to lead the Cavaliers to a run-rule win over St. Marys on Thursday.
Local pictures on April 20th, 2007