Thursday, April 22nd, 2010
By William Kincaid
A new state law requiring school districts to create a credit flexibility plan to allow high school students alternative ways of earning credit - including testing out of classes, independent study and internships - becomes effective next school year. [More]
By Robb Hemmelgarn
In a few hours, the 75th National Football League Draft will unfold, as hundreds of college football prospects from across the country anxiously anticipate what is simply dubbed, "the call."
Following months of poking, prodding and countless othe [More]
Obituaries on April 22nd, 2010
Martha Elizabeth Hanson, daughter of Joseph and April Board Hanson, Minster, was stillborn 6 a.m. April 19, 2010, at Wilson Hospital in Sidney. [More]
Ann M. Kremer, 71, Tulsa, Okla., died April 20, 2010, in Tulsa.
She was born [More]
Local pictures on April 22nd, 2010
Subscriber and paid stories on April 22nd, 2010
ST. MARYS - Finally, the light has been approved.
The Ohio Department of Transportation has notified school officials that a traffic light will be installed at Shipman Road and state Route 66 near the new school before the 2010-11 school year.
CELINA - A group of Celina residents met Wednesday night to solidify their voices in opposition to a city proposal to rescind the 1 percent tax credit for city residents who work in other villages or cities.
COLDWATER - Students, teachers, administrators and community members gathered in the auditeria at Coldwater High School on Wednesday morning to pray for John Reed, longtime Coldwater football coach and school guidance counselor.
CELINA - Administrators at Celina City Schools are looking for ways to put more technology in the hands of high school students next year, Superintendent Matt Miller said.
NEW BREMEN - Spencer Rohr may not be on the field right now, but the University of Dayton has a feeling that he'll make an impact when he returns to the baseball diamond.
ST. HENRY - One of the key players that helped with the rise of the St. Henry girls golf program will move on to the next level.
Senior Shelby Link signed with Urbana University, a school that has made the move from NAIA to NCAA Division II recently.
Celina volleyball defensive specialist Meagan Stoker will continue her playing career at the college level, signing with NAIA-power Indiana University-East out of Richmond.
One more Curtain Call
At six-feet-two inches tall and a shade over 210 pounds, it was extremely difficult in most instances for Gary Moeller to lurk in anyone's shadow in high school.
Last Saturday night late in the season opener at Eldora Speedway, Fort Recovery's Ryan Sutter, in only his second year competing in the modified division, found himself battling for a finish in the top 10.
Compiled by Gary R. Rasberry
St. Henry improved to 12-2 on the season, needing just five innings to dispatch Lincolnview, 18-1, in a rare Wednesday contest at the Wally Post Athletic Conference.