The death of a president: 50 years later
Sister Barbara Ann Hoying was a young nun teaching school in Virginia in 1963, excited that she was just across the Potomac River from the Washington Monument and the hub of Washington, D.C. [More
The death of a president: 50 years later
Fifty years ago today, the assassination of President John F. Kennedy rocked a nation.
Kennedy had been shot and killed while he and his wife, Jacqueline, had been traveling in the backseat of a convertible sedan through Dealey Plaza in Dallas.
Phase Two kicks off at Prairie Creek site
MONTEZUMA - Crews soon will be excavating land on the south shore of Grand Lake to double the capacity of the existing Prairie Creek Treatment Train.
WAPAKONETA - A Wapakoneta man was honored Thursday night for his dedication to Auglaize County and its history.
Verne Doenges received the first-ever Lifetime Achievement Award from the Auglaize County Historical Society during the organization's 50th anniversary banquet. [More
CELINA - Sources Community Network Services will be the host site for a navigator to help residents enroll in the Affordable Care Act, known as Obamacare.
CELINA - Police are investigating the death of a 46-year-old man at his North Brandon Street home.
William Cartwright, 925 N. Brandon Ave., was found unresponsive and not breathing shortly before 6:30 a.m. today. An unidentified person called 911 from the residence.
If it wasn't for the different color uniforms, it might be difficult to separate the two teams competing in Saturday's Division V Region 16 championship game at Donnell Stadium in Findlay.
All-Northwest District Football Honors
Compiled by Gary R. Rasberry
The Grand Lake Area was well represented when the Associated Press' All-Northwest District football honors were released Thursday night.
COLDWATER - Like a trophy buck crossing paths with a hunter in the woods, that's what it must feel like for Coldwater's girls bowling team.
After capturing the last two state championships, the senior-loaded Lady Cavaliers know they are the prime target as the team to beat again this year.
CELINA - The swimming season is still a few days from beginning but Celina head coach Matt May believes that his Bulldogs have the right ingredients for a successful season.
COLDWATER - Janelle Miller is still struggling to build big numbers within Coldwater's swimming program but the second-year coach is happy with the direction of the two teams.
FORT RECOVERY - First-year head coach Mindy Bubp has a small, but experienced roster of swimmers at Fort Recovery.
The numbers for the boys remai
MARIA STEIN - Marion Local's swimming coach Scott Smith has two teams on opposite ends of the spectrum.
While Marion Local's girls have 19 compet
MINSTER - Although the season hasn't started yet for Minster's boys and girls swimming teams, head coach Laurissa Dalrymple is already encouraged by one aspect of her program as she prepares for the upcoming campaign - numbers.
NEW BREMEN - New Bremen swimming coach Cresta Ritter has an interesting situation heading into this season.
On the boys' side, she finds a very small squad of just five while the girls' team will feature 22 on the roster.
ST. MARYS - Amy Wenning has been a familiar face with the St. Marys swimming program from the time she was a record-setting athlete for the Roughriders nearly a decade ago.
CELINA - Needing a varsity wrestling coach on short notice, Celina turned to a former Bulldog to take the reins of the program.
James Miracle, a 1
COLDWATER - As has been the case for the last decade and a half, Coldwater's wrestling team is in a holding pattern as a portion of the team is still playing football while a group of 14 prepare for the season opener.
ST. MARYS - After posting one of its best records in Western Buckeye League dual matches in just over 10 years, the St. Marys wrestling team will look to build upon last season's success with an experienced group of grapplers.
CELINA - After a couple of years coaching at the junior high level, Celina's first-year varsity bowling coach Carl Huber will guide five girls and seven boys into high school competition this year.
COLDWATER - After winning back-to-back state championships, Coldwater's girls bowling team returns a veteran squad with their sights set on a three-peat.
MARIA STEIN - Consistent improvement is the goal for Marion Local's bowling teams after the boys' squad finished last season with a record of 4-11 while the girls' team posted a 4-9 mark in 2012-13 against the ultra-competitive slate in the West Ohio High School Bowling Conference.
MINSTER - Both of Minster's bowling teams are hoping that the 2012 final results can be a building block for the 2013 season.
Minster's girls are looking to repeat last season's district-qualifying effort after finishing fifth in the West Ohio High School Bowling Conference.
NEW BREMEN - After finishing in the bottom-half of the West Ohio High School Bowling Conference last year, New Bremen's bowling teams are focused on improved results for this season.
ROCKFORD - Parkway's bowling teams have a strong foundation of experience to build upon as the Panthers try to improve on last year's results in the West Ohio High School Bowling Conference.
ST. HENRY - Expectations are at an all-time high for St. Henry's boys bowling team as a veteran squad returns trying to build upon last season's third-place finish in the West Ohio High School Bowling Conference and state tournament qualifying effort.
ST. MARYS - The main focus for St. Marys' boys and girls bowling teams this season is to climb the ladder in the West Ohio High School Bowling Conference standings.
WOHSBC Boys Schedule:
Saturday, Nov. 23 at Pla-Mor Lanes
Coldwater vs. Marion Local
Ottawa-Glandorf vs. Temple Christian
Parkway vs. Wapakoneta