Monday, August 29th, 2016
Officials in other towns also unsure of what new law allows
By Jeff Elking
NEW BREMEN - The sale, cultivation and processing of legal medical marijuana in the village will be delayed as the new state law is set to go into effect Sept. 8.
Council members in a special session on Saturday passed an emergency resolution delaying the law in the village for 180 days starting Sept. 8, village administrator Chris Dicke said this morning. [More]
Obituaries on August 29th, 2016
Dewain E. (Bus) Graham, 95, was welcomed into the arms of Jesus and his beloved [More]
Freda Kuck, 92, New Knoxville, died on Aug. 27, 2016, at Vancrest of St. Marys [More]
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CELINA - A local group of concerned people is gathering supplies to help the flood victims in southern Louisiana.
One organizer, Shelby Patterson of Portland, Ind., felt the urge to bring help to those affected by the flooding.
CELINA - Logan Street from Brandon Avenue to Mill Street will be closed today through Friday to remove an abandoned railroad track.
Work will be do
Celina falls to Versailles in third-place match
ROCKFORD - First-year Parkway volleyball coach Jordan Henkle was pleased with his squad's effort at the Panther Invitational on Saturday.
After be
CELINA - After suffering a tough loss in their season opener this past Tuesday, Celina rebounded in a big way to beat New Knoxville 13-0 in boys socc
Weekend Roundup
Compiled by Gary R. Rasberry
New Bremen volleyball standout Paige Jones had a record-breaking day in the Cardinals's four-set win over Fort Loramie at Cardinal Gymnasium on Saturday afternoon.