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Thursday, August 17th, 2006
Breakaway Rec Plex owners seek damages
By Nancy Allen
Another lawsuit against the Ohio Department of Natural Resources about flooding allegedly caused by the West Bank spillway has been filed - this time in the Ohio Court of Claims.
Case Leasing & Rental Inc., owner of Breakaway RecPlex on U.S. 127, filed the latest lawsuit on July 1, 2005. A five-day trial to determine whether the state is liable for flood damage to the RecPlex in 2003 has been scheduled Aug. 28 through Sept. 1 in Columbus. [More]
By Timothy Cox
Celina's proposed bike path extension has suffered a delay and is facing a money crunch to pay for design work.
City administration officials this week sought an additional $10,000 to hire local design firm Fanning/Howey to do some last-minute work that needs finished to meet an Ohio Department of Transportation deadline. [More]
Obituaries on August 17th, 2006
Former Celina resident Walter R. "Terry" Bernard Jr., 69, of Sharonville, died Aug. 15, 2006, at Bethesda North Hospital, Cincinnati. [More]
Virginia Irene Boyer, 72, 111 Main St., Montezuma, died Aug. 15, 2006, at Lutheran Hospital of Indiana, Fort Wayne, Ind. [More]
Rev. David Dougherty, C.PP.S., a member of the Kansas City Province of the Soci [More]
Local pictures on August 17th, 2006
Subscriber only stories on August 17th, 2006
As canal project digs in, Bremenfest moves
Citation over client removal method
Funding sought to compensate for lost tax dollars
Early oil boom sparks legacy
Revised plan could save village big bucks
Student safety discussed
Mercer County officials deciding on copier replacement