Archive - Oct 13, 2011
CELINA — A St. Henry school employee has been accused of video taping underage girls.
In a news release issued to The Evening Leader, Mercer County Sheriff Jeff Grey said voyeurism charges have been filed against Nate L. Bomholt, 36, of Dull Road, St. Henry. The incident was referred to the sheriff’s office by the Mercer County Department of Jobs and Family Services on Oct. 6.
A search warrant was issued for the 128 Dull Road, St. Henry, and specifically a cell phone used by Bomholt. The warrant was issued on Oct. 7.
(Note: St. Marys and O-G rosters are attached at the bottom of the story).
Ottawa-Glandorf head coach Ken Schriner said the story of the Western Buckeye League season has been how varying styles match-up on a week-to-week basis.
“We’ve got running backs putting up big numbers and we’ve got teams who throw it all over the field,” Schriner said on Tuesday.
Oct. 14: A Community Pink Out Day will be held today. Residents are encouraged to wear pink in support of breast cancer awareness.
The Tailgate for Cancer will be held at 6 p.m. today at the St. Marys Eagles Club.
Easy Campgrounds, 14338 Kossuth Road, St. Marys, will host a House of Horror at 8 p.m. today. The two-story indoor, haunted house is 0.2 miles north of U.S. 33 next to beside Easy Campground. Admission is $6.
A Family Movie Night will be held at 6:30 p.m. today at the St. Marys Community Public Library.
MINSTER — Riding a three-game winning streak, the Minster Wildcats will play host to the Versailles Tigers in a pivotal MAC game Friday night.
The Wildcats (5-2, 3-2 MAC) is coming off a 34-7 win over St. Henry last week that moved the team into a tie for third-place in the league with the Tigers. Minster coach Nate Moore said he team played tough and physical against the Redskins — something he said needs to continue against Versailles (5-2, 3-2 MAC).
NEW BREMEN – Tackling was a problem for the New Bremen Cardinals football team last Friday at Versailles as they were defeated 42-0.
This week the Cardinals entertain the Parkway Panthers. Game time is Friday at New Bremen at 7:30.
Head Coach Rob Messick’s thoughts heading into the game:
James Emery Sullivan, 74, formerly of 410 Gas St., and a resident of the St. Marys Living Center, died on Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2011, at the Dayton Veteran’s Administration Hospital.
He was born April 7, 1937, in St. Marys, the son of Orlando and Ruby Lee (Wurster) Sullivan, and they preceded him in death.
He is survived by his brother, Ed (Sharon) Sullivan of St. Marys; a nephew, Todd (Patty) Sullivan of St. Marys; a great-nephew, Brandon Sullivan of St. Marys; numerous cousins.
Robert Charles Martin Tittle, 63, of 632 Grove St., Celina, died at 9:30 a.m. Friday, Oct. 7, 2011, at his residence.
He was born on Aug. 9, 1948, to Robert A. and Evelyn Lucretia (Franks) Tittle, and his father preceded him in death. His mother survives in Edgewood, Ky.
He is also survived by his fiance, Charity Shaffer of Celina; two sons, Robert Tittle of Celina and David (Tina) Tittle of Elsmere, Ky.; a stepdaughter, Tina Wiseman of Newport, Ky.; three grandchildren; four brothers; three sisters.
NEW BREMEN — The New Bremen Board of Education met Wednesday evening to hear a presentation from Freytag and Associates about building site options for the new elementary building.
Larry Ludlow, of Freytag and Associates, presented the board with three options for the location of the new building, each connected to the high school.
ST. MARYS — While visits to state parks sagged this year, one local park saw a boom of campers.
The number of camping nights sold at Grand Lake St. Marys increased by 9.4 percent from 2010 figures. The increase followed a 41.6 percent decrease from 2009 to 2010, which coincided with the outbreak of toxic algal blooms at the lake.