Saturday, January 4th, 2020
Unknown person gives nearly $2,000 to St. Marys district
By Sydney Albert
ST. MARYS - The holidays may be over, but an anonymous donor kept the charitable spirit going recently by donating nearly $2,000 to clear overdue lunch account balances for all students in grades K-8.
St. Marys City Schools Superintendent Bill Ruane on Friday said $1,871.20 was gifted from someone who had previously lived in the area and who still feels a connection to the community. [More]
Obituaries on January 4th, 2020
Arthur Lee Boyce, 77, St. Marys, died on Dec. 27, 2019, at Grande Lake Care Cen [More]
Herbert F. "Bud" Brussell, age 87 of New Bremen, died on Thursday, January 2, 2020 at 5:50 P.M. at his residence surrounded by his family. [More]
Norma J. Meyer age 93 of Anna passed away on January 2, 2020 at Elmwood Assisted Living, New Bremen. [More]
Teka Nichole McDowell, age 26, passed away Friday, January 3, 2020, at her residence in Coldwater. [More]
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Subscriber stories on January 4th, 2020
Some pets dumped after excitement wears off
CELINA - Pets gifted during the holidays may wind up at an animal shelter after the initial rush of excitement wears off and the reality of pet responsibility sinks in.
CELINA - A trial date has been set for a former area couple now living in Pataskala who each face 62 misdemeanor charges, including attempt to commit an offense, telecommunications harassment and menacing by stalking.
Area tourism officials have unveiled a promotion to attract visitors and locals to the area for hospitality and locally crafted beverages.
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ROCKFORD - Slush on roads can be dangerous for drivers.
Caden Slusher at the 3-point line was dangerous for Coldwater.
Wildcats edge Indians, improve to 8-1
MINSTER - Minster coach Michael McClurg didn't think the overall performance by his team was a thing of beauty Friday.
But he does think a 52-50 victory over Fort Recovery looks pretty good on the Wildcats' resume.