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Thursday, August 10th, 2006
By Margie Wuebker
In a voice that was barely audible, a Celina woman admitted Wednesday afternoon to shaking her infant daughter nearly a year ago. The action resulted in serious brain impact injuries with lingering effects.
Jaclyn Knutzen, 24, 321 Brandon Ave., entered the guilty plea to one count of child endangering as part of a negotiated arrangement in Mercer County Common Pleas Court. In exchange for the plea, prosecutors agreed to dismiss one count of felonious assault, also a second-degree felony. [More]
By Timothy Cox
Three computers operated by the county auditor's office were severely damaged during last week's widespread power outage and must be replaced.
County officials discussed the issue during an emergency meeting of the county data processing board Tuesday. The board of county department heads oversees the county's high-tech infrastructure, such as computers, fax machines, copiers and other equipment. [More]
Obituaries on August 10th, 2006
Vera Maxine Kittle, 86, 1301 Myers Road, Celina, died at 8:40 p.m. Aug. 8, 2006, at The Gardens of Celina. [More]
Viola A. Lefeld, 82, 1673 Township Line Road, St. Henry, died at 1:05 p.m. Aug. 9, 2006, at her residence. [More]
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Subscriber only stories on August 10th, 2006
Smoking is restricted at football field
Rockford senior citizen with a zen
Ex-coach suffers stroke
Good cooks serve up comfort food
Celina man remains in critical condition
Celina resident voices complains to Mercer County commissioners
Citizens committee pushes for new training facility
Book tells of the kindess of volunteers during past wars
Dickman shines from Coldwater to Virginia