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September 16th

Display Showcases Music History

September 16, 2011

ST. MARYS — A traveling exhibit in the county has a portion located in town, featuring items from a local collection.

"New Harmonies: Celebrating American Roots Music" is a traveling exhibit from the Smithsonian Institute presented by the Auglaize County Historical Society and the Auglaize County Public District Library.

The St. Marys Community Public Library features a locally based arm of the exhibit, noting musical instruments from St. Marys resident Jeff Squire's collection, as well as pieces found in the St. Marys library.

Harvey To Take Job With County’s ESC

September 16, 2011

NEW BREMEN — Superintendent Ann Harvey will be leaving the district at the end of the month, as she accepted a position as superintendent at the Auglaize County ESC Thursday night.

Harvey said she anticipates her last day in New Bremen to be Sept. 30, and she will begin work at the Auglaize County ESC in early October. She said she is looking forward to the challenge.

Annual Jam Benefits Wapakoneta Boy

September 16, 2011

ST. MARYS — For six years, residents and area musicians have joined together to open their hearts for one person.

Bill “Blood” Jolliff has put on “Blood’s Heart Jam” ever since he was the recipient of a fundraiser.

“Mine was in 2006,” Jolliff said of his quadruple bypass surgery. “I started them after that. This will be my sixth one.”

“Blood’s Heart Jam 2011” kicks off this afternoon at Varsity Lanes.

Emily M. Gephart, 84

September 16, 2011

Emily M. Gephart, 84, of 3495 Elm St., Newport, died on Thursday, Sept. 15, 2011, at Elmwood of New Bremen.

She was born on June 26, 1927, in Russia, to Felix and Margaret (Voisard) Monnin, and they preceeded her in death.

On Nov. 25, 1977,  at St. Peter and Paul Church in Newport, she married John A. Gephart Sr., and he preceded her in death on April 2, 2007.

September 15th

Officials Label Lake Illness as Probable

September 15, 2011

ST. MARYS — State officials have labeled the illness of a Montgomery County man earlier this year as probably caused by exposure to water in Grand Lake St. Marys.

Ohio Department of Health Spokesperson Tess Pollock told The Evening Leader health officials reviewed the case — which involved a man who was fishing on the lake earlier this year — and determined it as a probable case of an illness linked to the water. The state has four classifications for illnesses — not a case, suspected case, probable case and confirmed case.

Roughriders host Bath in a ground battle

September 15, 2011

From the city that builds tanks, there is Aaron Smith.

From the town that has manufactured rushing yards with assembly-line efficiency through the years, there is D.J. Manning.

For three weeks, the St. Marys football team has faced a barrage of throws from three spread teams.

Now for something completely different.

The two best rushing teams and the two best rushers in the Western Buckeye League should make for a hard-hitting league match-up at Skip Baughman Stadium on Friday night.

Around the WBL: Action outside of St. Marys

September 15, 2011

WBL Schedule

Friday, September 16

Bath at St. Marys
Celina at Wapakoneta
Defiance at Ottawa-Glandorf
Van Wert at Elida
Shawnee at Kenton
 

Last Week

Elida 42, St. Marys 23
Wapakoneta 14, Bath13
Defiance 42, Celina 34
Kenton 66, Van Wert 13
O-G 27, Shawnee 24

Celina at Wapakoneta
Last Season: Celina 22, Wapakoneta 13

MAC Football Previews: Minster with another MAC showdown ahead

September 15, 2011

MAC Schedule for Friday, Sept. 16
Coldwater at St. Henry


Delphos St. John's at Anna


Ft. Recovery at New Bremen


Marion Local at Minster


Parkway at Versailles

Last Week
Coldwater, 17, Anna 0


Versailles 46, Ft. Rec. 33


Mar. Local 55, New Bremen 8


St. Henry 42, Parkway 13


DSJ 7, Minster 0




 

This Week's Match-Ups
 

Attorney Seeks Evidence Suppression

September 15, 2011

ST. MARYS — The attorney for a St. Marys optometrist charged with rape filed a motion Wednesday to suppress evidence in his second criminal case.

Ritchey Hollenbaugh filed a motion to suppress evidence Wednesday on behalf of Douglas J. Wine, 52, 227 Candlewood Place, St. Marys. Wine was indicted in July on two counts each of rape, first-degree felonies, gross sexual imposition, third-degree felonies, and sexual battery, third-degree felonies. He entered a written plea of innocent to the charges.

Class Gifts Book

September 15, 2011

ST. MARYS — Attendees of the St. Marys Memorial High School Class of 1961 reunion will receive a special surprise this weekend.

Video: Braxton Miller undergoes shoulder surgery.
Click on the link below for the area 2014 high school football schedule:
CELINA — Bobby Kennedy ended Dan Kanfoush’s reign as holder of the Governor’s...

 

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