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Wednesday, April 22nd, 2015
By Shelley Grieshop
CELINA - Pint-sized students on Tuesday night invaded the local university to discover science, technology, engineering and math ... and got downright messy.
More than 100 area preschool through third-grade students - with parents in tow - created funky items such as monkey fart soap during the first-ever "Girls Just Wanna Have STEM and Boys Build it Bigger" event at Wright State University-Lake Campus. [More]
By Jared Mauch
MINSTER - Two power companies have offered to pay commercial customers who are willing to cut power usage during emergency situations.
Village council heard the first reading of a resolution allowing commercial and industrial power users to join a demand response program from American Municipal Power and CPower. [More]
By Gary R. Rasberry
FORT RECOVERY - The way Jackson Hobbs and Wyatt Felver were pitching Tuesday, just one little hiccup could have decided the winner of the Parkway-Fort Recovery baseball game.
For Parkway, that hiccup came in the bottom of the fifth as the Indians, the top-ranked team in Division IV, scored all four of their runs. That allowed Hobbs to finish a 4-0 one-hit gem in Midwest Athletic Conference play at the Fort. [More]
Local pictures on April 22nd, 2015
Subscriber only stories on April 22nd, 2015
Fort principal: Committee will improve testing
County raises water rates to cover costs
Appeals court rules against state in spillway suit
Leaders report jobs plentiful in area
County hires Celina firm for project
Rutledge takes seat on Rockford council
Errors hamper Bulldogs in loss
Lonsway, Eichler lead Celina over Defiance
Shop owners cater to customers' needs