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Friday, October 10th, 2014
Business's family members to present bird that will be pardoned by president
By Nancy Allen
A lucky turkey and an area agri-business official will get to meet President Barack Obama later this month as part of a time-honored tradition.
Gary Cooper, chief operating officer of Cooper Farms, will present the White House turkey to Obama the day before Thanksgiving. The president will then pardon the bird, sparing it from the dinner table. [More]
Defeat Redskins in four sets to clinch conference outright
By Lyle Kittle
ST. HENRY - One of the most overused words in sports journalism is "epic." A number of words could be used to describe last evening's Midwest Athletic Conference volleyball title showdown at Redskin Gymnasium in St. Henry.
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Midwest Athletic Conference Championship Meet
By Bruce Monnin
COLDWATER - In sports, the saying is that records are meant to be broken. At Thursday's MAC cross country meet, Coldwater senior Sarah Kanney set a record that can never be topped. Kanney easily won the girls' race by over a minute over her nearest competition, capping off a six-year streak of winning the individual conference championship, and is thought to be the first MAC runner to do so. [More]
Obituaries on October 10th, 2014
Alice M. Kronenberger, 89, Dayton, died Oct. 7, 2014, at her home surrounded by her children. [More]
Local pictures on October 10th, 2014
Subscriber only stories on October 10th, 2014
FFA goes to the girls
Celina police warn residents about quick-change scam
School board approves 5-year financial forecast
Celina defeats Elida in four sets
Roughriders rip Cougars, 4-0
'Riders finish second in WBL