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Saturday, January 18th, 2020
Toby bounces back on return to class
By Tom Stankard
CELINA - The epilepsy warrior has conquered all his physical training exercises since his surgery last month and has a whole new attitude at school.
Seven-year-old Toby Van Tilburg had surgery in December in the hopes of stopping his seizures. [
Obituaries on January 18th, 2020
Leona M. (Stukenborg) Knapke, age 93, of St. Henry, passed away Thursday, January 16, 2020 at Briarwood Village, Coldwater. [
June E Overley, 73, of Kenton, Ohio, died Wednesday, January 15, 2020, at Saint Rita's Medical Center, Lima. [
Marie Schnarre, age 95, formerly of Neptune, Ohio, passed away on January 16, 2020 at 1:00 am, in the Gardens of Celina. [
Vicki Louise Waterman, age 72, of Fort Wayne, IN passed away on Thursday, January 9, 2020 at Heritage Park Nursing Home in Fort Wayne, IN. [
Local pictures on January 18th, 2020
Subscriber stories on January 18th, 2020
District to fire murder suspect coaches
FORT RECOVERY - School district officials next week plan to formally sever ties with two high school softball coaches accused of murdering a Portland, Indiana, man.
Nursing homes see norovirus outbreak
CELINA - Three separate long-term health care facilities in Mercer County experienced outbreaks of norovirus - more commonly known as the stomach bug, according to Mercer County Health District Director of Nursing Julia Shaffer.
Miller joins school board
COLDWATER - Jim Miller was appointed and took his oath of office on Friday morning as a member of Coldwater Exempted Village Schools Board of Education.
Hard to guard
Wilson scores 34, leads Celina past Bath
CELINA - Late in the fourth quarter on Friday night, Ethan Wilson drove to the cup and muscled his way up for a 3-point play right in front of the Celina student section.
Panthers rally to get past Cardinals
ROCKFORD - It seems that in most of Parkway's wins, there is a stretch of time where the Panthers put everything together to get the lead and pull away.
Cavs hand Blue Jays first loss in MAC play
Compiled by Colin Foster
The Coldwater boys basketball team went to Delphos on Friday night and scored an upset.
Noah Miller scored 15 points, Will Broering had 13 and Myles Blasingame 10 as Coldwater convincingly defeated state-ranked Delphos St. John's 59-47 at Arnzen Gymnasium.
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