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Thursday, May 7th, 2009
By Shelley Grieshop
Thousands of dollars worth of fines have been issued in the last year to area clubs and bars since the state took over enforcement of the Smokefree Workplace Act.
Topping the list in the Grand Lake area with the highest number of violations and fines is the Veterans of Foreign Wars post along Logan Street in Celina. The club has paid $6,600 in fines since the no-smoking law went into effect in the spring of 2007. [More]
By Janie Southard
ST. MARYS - High school students in neon green safety vests were all over town Wednesday morning pulling weeds, washing windows, mural painting, cleaning up the canal and more. They dashed from buses to the high school for their free lunches just as the first sprinkles of rain began. [More]
By Mike Ernst
World of Outlaw sprint car racing is a tough business.
A season traveling coast to coast to race against the best sprint car drivers and teams in the country is filled with highs and lows.
Findlay's Chad Kemenah experienced the emotional rollercoaster the series can provide in a 72-hour window earlier this year. Now the 2006 World of Outlaw Rookie of the Year is trying to resurrect not just his season but his promising career. [More]
Obituaries on May 7th, 2009
Mary Ida Platfoot, 65, state Route 47, Houston, died at 9:45 a.m. May 6, 2009, at Joint Township District Memorial Hospital, St. Marys. [More]
Barbara E. Tester, 74, 612 W. Cron St., Celina, died May 7, 2009, at Lima Memor [More]
Local pictures on May 7th, 2009
Subscriber only stories on May 7th, 2009
Health officials set to close Rockford mobile home park
Auglaize attorney files for new trial for Schwieterman
Grand Lake eagles are parents of 2
Patrol investigates employees for theft
Streets selected for repaving this year
County projects continue to produce jobs locally
Archer is going to play baseball for Polar Bears
Taking a look back into the past
Winner and Wuebker earn national recognition