Thursday, March 21st, 2013
Obituaries on March 21st, 2013
Joseph F. Gremaux, 85, Decatur, Ind., died March 20, 2013, at Woodcrest Nursing Center. [More]
Opal Hunter, 79, Botkins, died at 8:45 p.m. March 18, 2013, at her home.
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Archie L. Walker, 83, Montezuma, died March 19, 2013, in Lima.
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Stories on March 21st, 2013
Auglaize County drops to 15th out of 88 counties
The overall health of Auglaize County residents took a plunge last year while Mercer Countians maintained their status.
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Council studies lowering price, selling former Piper property to charity
CELINA - City administrators were asked to come up with a new minimum price for a residentially-zoned city lot after a recent public sale yielded no bids. [More]
New Bremen schools
NEW BREMEN - School facility committee members went back to the drawing board after residents defeated a levy to build a new school nearly one year ago.
Facility to house 610,000 young hens
MARIA STEIN - The state has approved final permits for three farms to build an operation that would house 610,000 young hens at 873 Reichert Road.
New Bremen
NEW BREMEN - Local school officials are joining other districts across the state in opposing expansion of voucher programs and reductions in funding to educational service centers.
ST. MARYS - A notable St. Marys landmark will be demolished likely within the next month due to its failing structural integrity.
The old power pla
The National Weather Service is trying out new storm warning language to help clarify a storm's severity and better educate the public.
The NWS is
VERSAILLES - Midmark Corp. will move its headquarters from Versailles to Dayton, along with 51 corporate jobs, by July.
"There will be no layoffs," said Susan Kaiser, public relations manager for Midmark, which manufactures medical, dental and veterinary health care equipment.
Twelve people are facing new charges as law enforcement officers continue to crack down on drug activity.
Taken into custody after Grand Lake Task
Weiland falls flat on promise of an evening of songs by STP
FORT WAYNE - By the time recently fired Stone Temple Pilots frontman Scott Weiland and his touring band billed as the Wildabouts started firing on all cylinders Friday, the show was nearly over.
Dorner, Wiss and Harlamert have enjoyed friendship dating back 25 years
When Mother Nature decides to give the green light for local baseball teams to hit the diamonds this spring, there will, as always, be an overflow of excitement across the Midwest Athletic Conference over the next few months.
Local pictures on March 21st, 2013