Thursday, December 3rd, 2009
Grand Lake/Wabash River area to get share of $324 million for water quality
By Nancy Allen
The Grand Lake/Wabash River Watershed in Mercer, Auglaize and Darke counties has been selected to receive part of $324 million in federal funds to help improve water quality in the Mississippi River Basin and decrease a huge hypoxic dead zone in the Gulf of Mexico. [More]
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Owners of a yet-to-open landfill in the Rockford area are taking steps to install a sewage system at the site.
The Ohio EPA currently is seeking in
ROCKFORD - The 2010 budget appropriation, which passed first reading earlier this week, is significantly under last year's appropriation. A second reading is set for the Dec. 15 meeting and is expected to pass as an emergency measure in order to meet the Dec. 31 deadline.
Division V Football State Championship Preview
In 2000, the Coldwater-Youngstown Ursuline football game was a shootout.
What could the rematch between and Cavaliers and Irish bring to the table?
Maybe more of the same, the way the teams have played this season.
Curtain Call Flashback
This week in early November 1959, the Coldwater Cavaliers got their basketball campaign off to a hot start as they downed Delphos St. John's, 46-43. The Blue Jays shot out of the gate with an 8-1 lead, but Coldwater quietly chipped away before trailing 14-11 at the end of the first quarter.
All-Ohio Football Divisions V-VI
COLUMBUS (AP) - All four state finalists had individual award winners on the 2009 Associated Press Divisions V and VI All-Ohio teams announced Wednesday.
Compiled by Gary R. Rasberry
The Wright State University-Lake Campus men's basketball team improved to 3-4 on the season with a 79-67 win over Miami University-Middletown on Wednesday at the Auglaize-Mercer County YMCA. The Harriers drop to 0-12 on the season.