Wednesday, September 30th, 2009
By William Kincaid
The public is invited to see the completed $9 million addition and renovations at Wright State University-Lake Campus on Thursday evening.
A grand re-opening ceremony will be held at the James F. Dicke Hall at 4 p.m. followed by guided tours of the campus until 8 p.m. [More]
By Gary R. Rasberry
Weather conditions made it feel more like a day to go watch a football game than a golf match.
But area girls golf teams in Division II took to the links as sectional golf tournament action took place on Tuesday at The Fox's Den with the majority of the Midwest Athletic Conference teams taking part, joining teams from the Lima Area. [More]
Local pictures on September 30th, 2009
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Money may help finish West Bank Walkway
The city of Celina and Franklin Township have been awarded Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) grants totaling $459,715 to build onto existing walkways/trails.
St. Henry FFA pupils make old look new
ST. HENRY - A rusty old John Deere tractor that collected dust for several years in a local barn has won a small group of FFA students national recognition.
MARIA STEIN - Area home and business owners filled the Knights of St. John Hall on Tuesday night to learn more about the Maria Stein Area Sanitary Sewer System and how much the project commencing next year will cost them.
ST. MARYS - Celina businessmen have partnered to reopen a gasoline station/convenience store at 1115 Celina Road (state Route 703).
After remodelin
ST. MARYS - A new business organization, Women in Business, has signed up 75 members from the Grand Lake area in its first three months.
"Every week, we get new people coming. I have been really overwhelmed with the response," said Sandy Matthews, chairperson of the business group.
The high school football regular season is already halfway over.
While your favorite team does not already need to be among the top eight teams t
COLDWATER - After having lost three of their last four matches, the Coldwater Cavaliers were in need of a win, and they got it in a big way with a thrilling five-set victory over the Celina Bulldogs on Tuesday at The Palace.
Compiled by Ryan Hines
and Gary R. Rasberry
Celina concluded its regular season in tennis, beating Lima Central Catholic 4-1 in Lima.
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