Tuesday, March 27th, 2007
By William Kincaid
ST. HENRY - The village will not have to proceed with an eminent domain court ruling, as four pairs of holdout homeowners have agreed to sidewalks in their neighborhood.
During the village council meeting Monday night, Village Solicitor Michael Gi [More]
By Nancy Allen
Early USDA forecasts indicate that farmers nationwide will plant more corn acres this year to cash in on high market prices.
If those predictions bear out, grain elevators that accept corn likely will be strained trying to accommodate this additional production, and the Grand Lake area is no exception, said Mercer County Farm Service Agency Executive Director Chris Gibbs. [More]
By Gary R. Rasberry
Fort Recovery got its season started off on a strong note, plating four runs in the bottom of the first inning en route to an 11-2 win over Celina in the season opener for both teams.
Due to wet field conditions, the game was moved from Fort Recovery to Jim Hoess Field in Celina, although the Indians retained the home team status. [More]
Obituaries on March 27th, 2007
Norma Ann Burchett, 71, 232 N. Main St., Minster, died at 4:40 p.m. March 25, 2007, at Heritage Manor Nursing Home, Minster. [More]
Virginia J. "Ginny" Maurer, 81, New Bremen, died at 8:36 p.m. March 25, 2007, at her residence. [More]
Local pictures on March 27th, 2007
Subscriber only stories on March 27th, 2007
New coach chosen for Bremen football
Crafting a way to help others
Celina man sentenced to 10 days in jail on theft charges
Survey shows thumbs up for future EPA compliance
Part-time officer hired
Bulldogs sparkle in shutout of Redskins
Clune's SAC fly gives St. Henry victory
New coach and new infield for Celina baseball
Driggs feels Bulldogs can repeat in WBL
Veteran crew returns for Harlamert, Cavaliers
Kerr takes the reins of Coldwater softball
Vaughn has high hopes this year for Indians
Fort Recovery has improvement on its mind
Bruns likes the potential for Marion baseball
Moeder has young group of Flyers to guide
Wiss and the Wildcats expecting big things
Minster softball looks to build around solid core
Firks, Cardinals excited about upcoming season
Veteran crew for Griesdorn, New Bremen
Injuries could slow Parkway at season's start
Panthers hoping youngsters can carry program
No shortage of experience, talent for St. Henry
Redskins want repeat success with better start
Pfeffenberger has strong nucleus to build around
Grothause looks for emergence from youngsters
A season of change for Versailles baseball
Tigers are still trying to piece things together
Celina girls aiming for top spot in the WBL
Cavalier boys experienced, girls are young
Fort Recovery girls looking for repeat success
Marion big on numbers, low on veterans
Wildcats aiming for rich tradition to continue
Cardinals' track teams look for more success
Parkway looks to build around strong core
St. Henry track has mix of veterans and youth
Cook has St. Marys aiming at improvement
New coaches hope to continue Tigers' success
Morrison will have athletic tennis squad
St. Marys hopes to compete for top spot in WBL