Tuesday, March 6th, 2012
No change in number of employees planned, Japanese company official says
By Christine Henderson
MINSTER - A locally-owned manufacturer for more than a century has been sold to a Japanese company.
All outstanding shares of Minster Machine Co. are being acquired by Nidec Shimpo Corp., a wholly owned subsidiary of Nidec Corp. of Kyoto, Japan. A share purchase agreement was signed Monday. [More]
All-Midwest Athletic Conference Basketball
By Daily Standard Staff
Underclassmen took the top honors as the Midwest Athletic Conference officially released its All-Conference team.
New Knoxvillle sophomore Haley Horstman and Fort Recovery junior Wade Gelhaus earned the Player of the Year honors in a vote of the conference coaches. [More]
All-Western Buckeye League Girls Basketball
By Daily Standard Staff
Lima Bath rolled through the Western Buckeye League slate this year with a perfect 9-0 mark to win the girls' league crown for the 15th time in school history and the Wildkittens were rewarded with a pair of first-team all-WBL selections.
Bath's j [More]
All-Western Buckeye League Boys Basketball
By Daily Standard Staff
Defiance and Elida shared the Western Buckeye League's boys' basketball championship this season and each team had two standouts that were named first team all-league.
Elida's Reggie McAdams was named the WBL's Player of the Year for the third straight season and was a first-team selection along with teammate Dakota Mathias. Defiance's Anthony Kidston and Josh Scott were also first-team honorees along with Bath's Brad Davis, Ottawa-Glandorf's Michael Rosebrock and Van Wert's Jared Myers. [More]
Obituaries on March 6th, 2012
Rita M. Wannemacher, 90, Coldwater, died March 5, 2012, at Briarwood Village, Coldwater. [More]
Victor McKinney, 63, St. Marys, died March 5, 2012, at Golden Living Center, Va [More]
Local pictures on March 6th, 2012
Subscriber stories on March 6th, 2012
Officials will continue to watch Beaver Creek's capacity
GRAND LAKE - Local officials estimate it will take one month for Grand Lake to be lowered to normal level after opening a West Bank spillway tube Monday.
When gasoline prices began a steady climb five years ago, Michael Fariello swapped his fuel-guzzling vehicle for a more economic model - a Honda Civic hybrid.
FORT RECOVERY - A 60-year-old, dilapidated water tower on Link Street likely will be demolished this year.
At the suggestion of village administrator Randy Diller, village council members Monday night unanimously agreed to seek bids to get rid of the empty, aging tower.
MINSTER - People visiting the village of Minster website at www.minsteroh.com will find a new look and new features.
The launch comes following mon
MINSTER - Negotiations between Minster Local Schools Board of Education and the Minster Education Association continued Monday night during a one-hour executive session.
Last Curtain Call
With the tipoff for the 1976 Class A Sectional tournament in St. Marys only moments away, the St. Henry Redskins and Mendon-Union Pirates ceremonious
Workshop to explain how to manage, store and profit from animal waste
MARIA STEIN - The latest information on managing, storing and profiting from livestock waste will be available at a March 19 Manure Technology Workshop in Maria Stein.