Black crappie tests positive for algae toxin; not enough to prompt consumption advisory
By Nancy Allen
GRAND LAKE - A statewide fish consumption report released this week confirms what earlier tests showed - the fish in Grand Lake are safe to eat.
The state sampled fish tissue from a variety of species in Grand Lake and Lake Erie in November 2010 and in June and August of 2011 for microcystin, a blue-green algae toxin that can cause liver damage. [More]
KALIDA - Defense and rebounding certainly aren't the most glamorous parts of a basketball game but they sure are handy come tournament time, and the Coldwater Cavaliers proved that on Thursday night.
The Cavaliers pounded the boards all evening long and used a tenacious pressure defense to give the Delta Panthers fits before coming away with a 62-47 victory in the Division III district semifinal. [More]
A Parkway High School senior received a suspended jail sentence after pleading no contest to inducing panic. The misdemeanor charge stems from threatening statements he made on Facebook regarding the school, the football team and other students.
PAULDING - The Celina girls' basketball team broke a 30-30 tie with a 10-1 run in the fourth quarter and the Bulldogs rallied for a 48-42 victory over Napoleon in the Division II district semifinals on Thursday night at Paulding High School.
ST. MARYS - A pair of local unseeded teams were looking to earn a trip to Saturday's Division IV district title game at St. Marys on Thursday night, but only one set of local fans left Murotech Court with smiles on their faces.