Saturday, November 24th, 2007
By Betty Lawrence
Several area young people are living proof that good deeds are happening right under our noses.
Alyssa Belna, a sophomore at Parkway Local High School, has dreams of becoming a noted events planner and has been honing her skill at coordinating, along with her love of working with children, by forming a club for local children that meets monthly. [More]
By Robb Hemmelgarn
Jeff Hartings has graced some of football's biggest stages during his illustrious career, but you will have to excuse him if he came across a little nervous during his high school football jersey retirement ceremony last night in St. Henry.
The soft-spoken, muscular, offensive lineman has collected a lot of honors over the past two decades, but he has routinely enjoyed placing the attention on anything but himself. [More]
Obituaries on November 24th, 2007
Eugene Gelhaus, 78, 3114 McFeeley-Petry Road, Rossburg, died Nov. 23, 2007, at his home. [More]
Norman Martin, 91, 601 Linden Ave., St. Marys, died at 4 a.m. Nov. 22, 2007, at his home. [More]
Evelyn A. Ziegenbusch, 93, 24 N. Hamilton St., Minster, died at 3:30 a.m. Nov. 23, 2007, at Heritage Manor Nursing Home, Minster. [More]
Local pictures on November 24th, 2007
Subscriber stories on November 24th, 2007
MINSTER - Village councilors gave final readings Tuesday night to a pair of ordinances that should provide low-cost sources of electrical power in the years ahead.
A Daily Standard editorial
As soon as Celina residents realized a lack of volunteers was shutting down this year's Giving Thanks community meal, they turned out in force and saved the annual Thanksgiving get together.
Marion Local scores 28 unanswered points to finish game, Patriots
FINDLAY - The Marion Local Flyers haven't faced a lot of adversity this year, but Friday night they proved it doesn't faze them a whole lot.
The Fl
One of the changes that Celina Bulldogs boys basketball coach Chris Bihn has installed for the 2007-08 season is an emphasis on the running game as he wants his squad to play a more up-tempo game.
ST. HENRY - The boys basketball season got off to a good start for St. Henry as 10 different players scored in a 71-53 win over Spencerville at Redskin Gymnasium on a night where former Redskin football great Jeff Hartings was honored.
Compiled by Gary R. Rasberry
Parkway got big nights from Josh Fisher and Zach Bates in opening the 2007-08 campaign with an 80-64 win at Botkins on Friday night.