Tuesday, November 22nd, 2022
This Thanksgiving, two's company.
By Leslie Gartrell
Thanksgiving is a holiday known and celebrated for its abundance. Dinner tables often overflow with massive turkeys, vats of mashed potatoes, roasters full of vegetables and desserts as far as the eye can see.
However, those hosting smaller gatherings may find it difficult to determine what and how much to cook among a plethora of recipes that call for enough ingredients to feed a village. [More]
Obituaries on November 22nd, 2022
Jerald A. Bergman, age 76, of Rossburg, died on Sunday, November 20, 2022, at Joint Township Hospital in St. Marys. [More]
Brenda Litteral-Baker, 70, of Celina, died 2:07 A.M. Friday, November 18, 2022, at Otterbein St. Marys Retirement Community. [More]
William "Frizz" Frederick, 64, of Celina, died suddenly at 9:23 A.M. Sunday, in the emergency department of Coldwater Community Hospital. [More]
Phillip "Terry" Shideler, 73, of Cumming, Ga, passed away on November 13, 2022. [More]
Local pictures on November 22nd, 2022
Subscriber stories on November 22nd, 2022
Sheriff investigating violent abuse of calf
CELINA - People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals has asked Celina City Schools officials to teach children empathy for animals following allegations of a local video showing a juvenile abusing a calf.
CELINA - School board members plan to open a discussion on whether to arm select employees as a way to protect students in the event of an active shooter situation.
CELINA - Two people were injured, one of them seriously, and one person was given a citation after a two-vehicle accident at the intersection of Harrison Road and County Road 219A early Friday morning.
CELINA - A fully assembled city council on Monday moved to enact legislation authorizing the award of two infrastructure contracts totaling nearly $2 million.
West Bank Stories
A gang of thieves in 1955-1956 chose a backwoods cabin near Grand Lake as a hideout. Slim, dark-haired Lawrence Stoker, a career criminal, was the gang's leader. Way back in 1941, the then-27-year old Stoker pleaded guilty to kidnapping, armed robbery and auto theft.
Alumni Notes
Siena Heights senior Kole Murlin wrapped up his collegiate college career by being named the Mid States Football Association's Mideast Defensive Player of the Year for the third straight season.