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Saturday, September 22nd, 2007
By William Kincaid
Charges of providing a place for underage people to drink against a Celina couple were dismissed in Celina Municipal Court this week.
Dropped were the charges against Randy LaRue, 44, and his wife, Tammy LaRue, 41, who were handcuffed and taken to the police department on June 9 after allegedly hosting a party where underage people were drinking. [More]
By Gary R. Rasberry
COLDWATER - Stopping St. Henry on its opening drive of the game provided the only suspenseful moment of the 2007 rendition of The Backyard Battle.
Coldwater shut down St. Henry for the rest of the game and improved to 4-1 in a 42-0 shutout of the Redskins at Cavalier Stadium, extending the Cavs' win streak against the Redskins to 11 games. St. Henry drops to 3-2 with the loss. [More]
By Gary R. Rasberry
Compiled by Gary R. Rasberry
St. Marys' attempt to capture the Western Buckeye League boy's golf title came up short after a solid day at the league golf tournament held at The Fox's Den in Celina.
Going into the tournament, St. Marys was 11/2 points behind Van Wert for first place in the league and needed to win the tournament to make a challenge for the overall title. [More]
Local pictures on September 22nd, 2007
Subscriber only stories on September 22nd, 2007
Work begins at Menards site in Celina
City recommends vacating portion of Market Street
St. Marys man is labeled tier two sexual offender
Shawnee's speed burns Celina for big plays
Roughriders rebound nicely vs. Wapak
Parkway defense stands tall
Marion Local rolls past Minster
Comeback comes up short for the Indians
Defiance gives Van Wert its first loss