ST. MARYS - Ohio EPA has issued a warning to St. Marys and Auglaize County officials of several changes needed in the assessment monitoring wells at the St. Marys landfill.
St. Marys Safety Service Director Tom Hitchcock received a letter from the OEPA stating if action was not taken in 2011 to meet EPA's expectations, enforcement action may be taken on the city. OEPA also forwarded a copy of the letter to Auglaize County Commissioners. [More]
ST. HENRY - Coaches may change, but the one constant in the last 40 years for the Marion Local boys basketball program has been solid defense.
Prior to this season, the staple defense for the Flyers was the 2-3 matchup zone. With the arrival of first-year head coach Mark DeLaney, the number-one defensive option has changed to the man-to-man, but the intensity and the effectiveness has not changed. [More]
Boyhood gift sparks lifelong passion for New Bremen man
NEW BREMEN - Dennis Dicke watches as a steam engine rumbles along the tracks towing various railroad cars and a bright red caboose in a picturesque community occupying a large portion of his two-car garage.
Auglaize County employees will get a 1 percent raise this year but also will contribute more for their insurance premiums.
Commissioners on Thursday approved the 2011 budget, which includes a general fund of $13.787 million.
COLDWATER - A hot start in the first quarter gave Coldwater enough of a cushion to hold off a fourth-quarter surge by Parkway as the Cavaliers go to 2-0 in the Midwest Athletic Conference with a 52-42 win on Friday night at The Palace.
MINSTER - The Minster Wildcats assembled a sizeable first-quarter lead and simply held serve the rest of the way in defeating the New Bremen Cardinals by a score of 64-54 on Friday at Wildcat Gymnasium.
Fort Recovery dominated the start of the first and second half in improving to 8-0 on the season with a 53-37 win over the Versailles Tigers in Midwest Athletic Conference boys basketball play on Friday night at the new Versailles High School Gymnasium.