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Thursday, July 26th, 2007
By William Kincaid
Celina residents will pay at least $6.81 more a month on their city utility bill to help finance the planned water treatment improvement project, if council members approve the ordinance.
During a special city council meeting Wednesday evening, council members went over the ordinance that would charge all water customers a monthly flat fee based on the meter size of each premise - not the actual amount of water used each month. [More]
By Margie Wuebker
COLDWATER - Kay Seibert feels blessed to have so many guardian angels - two neighbor women trained in CPR, five dedicated emergency medical technicians and a police officer with an automated external defibrillator (AED).
Without them, the 62-year-old woman would have died on a curb along Cecelia Drive the night of July 17. [More]
Diegel family tradition continues with the next generation chairing the Celina Lake Festival Grand Parade
By Betty Lawrence
The Celina Lake Festival Grand Parade - one of the largest in the state - has been a big part of the Diegel family for more than 20 years.
Monte Diegel of Celina had organized the popular event for two decades. Helping him along the way were his two sons, Tyson and Randy. Even his wife, Bert Diegel, has helped at times. [More]
Obituaries on July 26th, 2007
Wilbert L. Mescher, 77, formerly of McCartyville, died at 5:56 p.m. July 24, 2007, at his daughter's residence in Seattle, Wash. [More]
Local pictures on July 26th, 2007
Subscriber only stories on July 26th, 2007
Dean offered job at Edison
Celina man accused of 15 sex-related counts
Manure saves money on fertilizer costs but beware of pollution
Cooper Farms tapped for U.S. EPA award
Proposed amendment to be discussed at public hearing
Officials plan negotiations with DP&L
Winners announced in 2007 Art Fest show
St. Henry Legion to play for district crown
Mariners split a pair of close contests