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Tuesday, March 13th, 2007
By Timothy Cox
Celina City Council members on Monday gave final approval to a general fund budget just under $6 million.
The annual appropriations ordinance was approved following months of extensive review. Council members have met more than half a dozen times since late last year, plodding through the huge spending plan line-by-line. A temporary budget was in place to cover spending through the first couple of months of the year. [More]
By Shelley Grieshop
A 34-year-old St. Marys man was stabbed in the neck during a fight over a bar stool at C&C Loft and Lounge in St. Marys on Monday night.
The victim and his alleged assailant were both treated for injuries at Joint Township District Memorial Hospital, St. Marys, then released. The name of the victim was not released. [More]
Versailles star Justine becomes third sister to play in state final four
By Gary R. Rasberry
VERSAILLES - Fifteen years ago, Jacki Raterman was a young freshman taking the court at St. John Arena in the first state final four trip for the Versailles girls basketball team.
Younger sister Julie Raterman was watching with interest as her older sister played. [More]
Obituaries on March 13th, 2007
Patricia A. DeBrosse, 82, 825 Westview Drive, Coldwater, died at 4 p.m. March 11, 2007, at Mercer County Community Hospital, Coldwater. [More]
Coldwater native Howard O. Myers, 86, of Texas, died March 4, 2007, at a Texas nursing home. [More]
Anna Seeger, 95, of Celina, died at 5:20 p.m. March 12, 2007, at Celina Manor N [More]
Former Mercer County resident, Martha L. Young, 64, Schweitzer Road, Greenville, died March 11, 2007, in Greenville due to an automobile accident. [More]
Local pictures on March 13th, 2007
Subscriber only stories on March 13th, 2007
On the job
Ex-area woman dies in accident
Ordinance has first reading
Ring those bells...
Tax reimbursement not a concern
Track discussed at meeting
Failure to report to probation officer lands man back in prison
School to continue open enrollment