Tuesday, April 1st, 2008
By Shelley Grieshop
ST. HENRY - The sun was bright and warm that Saturday morning nearly a year ago as rescuers sped toward the Moorman farm along Lange Road.
Minutes earlier, an emotionally distraught Tom Moorman had called 911 to report his wife, Marie, had fallen [More]
By Mark Ruschau
In her preseason remarks about the upcoming season, veteran Celina tennis coach Jan Morrison was concerned about the youth of her squad since the Bulldogs were returning just one just starter and have no seniors.
Monday afternoon Morrison got her first look at her squad and she was pleased after the Bulldogs routed the Sidney Yellow Jackets 5-0 in a nonleague match at the High School Tennis Complex. [More]
Obituaries on April 1st, 2008
E. Louise Hay, 88, 205 N. Jefferson St., New Bremen, died at 3:20 p.m. March 30, 2008, at the Otterbein St. Marys Retirement Community. [More]
Marcile Trisel, 96, of Woodcrest Nursing Center, Decatur, Ind., died at 6:30 p.m. March 29, 2008. [More]
Local pictures on April 1st, 2008
Subscriber stories on April 1st, 2008
A New Bremen man faces multiple felony charges after he allegedly arranged to have sex with a teenage girl he met in an Internet chat room.
Scott E
VERSAILLES - Cynthia Vogel never set out to write a book - it merely evolved over more than a decade as she researched the role of women in the 1800s
Three more area people have been arrested on drug charges stemming from a drug investigation by the Grand Lake Task Force that nabbed five others in February.
Fort Recovery got off to a hot start and held off Celina in the later innings to get its second straight season-opening win over the Bulldogs in a 5-3 contest at Montgomery Field on Monday.
Celina softball head coach Nicole Driggs couldn't have been much happier with the season opener that she got out of her Bulldogs.
Playing on the jayvee diamond with a chilling wind, Celina needed just five innings to get past St. Henry, 11-0, in an all-around strong game by the Green and White.
Compiled by Gary R. Rasberry
Talk about a great way to kick off the softball season.
St. Marys pitching ace Kayla Thornsberry outdueled Indian Lake's Jill Wildermuth to help last year's Division II state runner-up Roughriders pick up a 1-0 win in action at Lakeview on Monday.