WAPAKONETA - A Celina man pleaded not guilty on Wednesday to a second-degree misdemeanor charge of aggravated vehicular homicide, vehicular homicide or vehicular manslaughter in connection with a fatal traffic accident in June.
WAPAKONETA - Thirty Auglaize County businesses are set to receive Coronavirus Aid Relief and Economic Security Act funding from the Auglaize County commissioners as part of the county's small business relief grant program.
CELINA - A program that uses growing plants to steer youth onto the right path continues to flourish in its third year in spite of the COVID-19 pandemic.
WAPAKONETA - The Auglaize County Health Department reported its third death from COVID-19 in two days on Wednesday, raising the number of deaths in the county to 13.
Much like Ohio State and Michigan, Celina and St. Marys playing in the final game of football's regular season just seems appropriate.
And this year, it could possibly be a scouting session for both teams.
Computer Points In Review
This past weekend saw the last games played before coaches vote on the seeding that will be used to determine playoff matchups. That makes this a bi
ST. HENRY vs. FORT RECOVERYBarrenbrugge Athletic Park
Last Season: A Cobe Wendel 30-yard field goal early in the fourth quarter proved to be the difference in the Indians' 24-21 win at St. Henry. KJ Jacobs rushed for 137 yards and a touchdown for St. Henry.
Impact Players of the Week
Owen Lefeld, RB St. Henry
27 carries for 237 yards and three touchdowns in the Redskins' 29-0 win over Parwkay.
Editor's Note: The Daily Standard asked local band directors to share their thoughts about how their band have reacted to this year's challenging conditions.
By DAN RUCKMAN
and KATIE KLOSTERMAN
Coldwater band directors
We would like to take this opportunity to salute the hard-working and talented members of the 2020 Coldwater Marching Band.
By REID KNUTH
Fort Recovery High School Band Director
The 2020 Fort Recovery High School Marching Band has had our season drastically reduced and altered due to the COVID-19 pandemic, as so many aspects of our lives have.
By BRAD SPETTEL
Marion Local High School Director of Bands
I've always been impressed with the strength and resiliency of the Marion Local Band, and this year has been no exception.
By JENNIFER L. BEAIR
Minster Local Schools band director
We believe that the new rules have impacted students in various ways. The premise of ba
By Rachel Wrobbel
New Bremen schools director of bands
The Cardinal Marching Band at New Bremen has risen to this unique situation. Our rehearsals look different this year, with the majority of them being held outdoors.
By Ryan Twigg
Parkway Band director
It's my pleasure to introduce the 2020 Parkway High School Marching Band.
With 76 students in the marching band, it continues to be one of the largest student organizations at our school.
By Elisha Hartings
St. Henry Band director
The new rules and regulations have caused the band to find creative ways to bond and learn. Normally, we are in an environment where we can all intermingle and enjoy making music together, but things were different this year.