Archive - 2011
MINSTER — The script stayed the same for the second straight night for St. Marys — jump out early with the bats and keep adding on.
D.J. Manning and Nick Vogel each collected three hits, Tyler Roby and Brad Sawmiller held Minster’s bats to just two hits through the first six innings and the St. Marys ACME baseball team won 8-3 at Minster on Tuesday night.
Carol Marie Jordan, 76, of Wapakoneta, died at 10:05 a.m. on Monday, June 13, 2011, at Wapakoneta Manor.
She was born Feb. 19, 1935, in Evanston, Ill., the daughter of Howard and Marie Schooley, who preceded her in death. On Sept. 15, 1962, she married Harold K. Jordan, who preceded her in death.
NEW KNOXVILLE — The New Knoxville Village Councilors met Tuesday for their monthly meeting to approve a contract with American Municipal Power (AMP) to purchase 300 kilowatts in the AFEC project and declared it an emergency.
Village Administrator Rex Katterheinrich said the 300 kilowatt purchase was on the conservative side because the recommendation from AMP was for 900 intermediate kilowatts.
“We felt the best way to go was to err on the conservative side because it’s intermediate power,” Katterheinrich said.
NEW BREMEN — An area council voted to ban a hallucinogenic substance in its village during its annual meeting Tuesday night.
Members of the New Bremen Village Council approved an ordinance, as an emergency, to “prohibit the use, possession and/or sale of synthetic cannabinoids and other synthetic drugs.”
Councilor John Schwartz reiterated the difference between the substance marketed as bath salts and the personal product of the same name.
Tuesday, June 14
Local Sports Schedule
St. Marys (4-1) at Minster, 6:30 p.m.
Fort Loramie at New Bremen, 6:30 p.m.
MINSTER — Ashley Wilt's advice for anyone finishing 100 holes of golf? Don't schedule more golf activities later that day.
Wilt, the PGA professional at Arrowhead Golf Club in Minster, will play 100 holes on Monday, June 20 to raise money for the Make a Wish Foundation and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of America. All money will be sent to Ohio only chapters.
ST. MARYS â€” In an effort to keep residents abreast of algal concerns in Ohio waterways, state officials unveiled a new website Monday to serve as a one-stop shop.
OhioAlgaeInfo.com will serve as a website residents can visit that will provide up-to-date information regarding algal outbreaks and any current advisories for Ohio waterways. The response strategy includes three recreational use advisories as well as drinking water advisories.
CELINA â€” Erica Gelhaus leads the six, small girls gathered at the Richardson Bretz Building, pulsing her arms in a beat, as the children breathe in, breathe out, then pant like a dog.
The breathing exercises are to warm up their vocal chords, Gelhaus tells the children. The former Miss Ohio and St. Henry native also explains to the children how their vocal chords vibrate â€” whether it be fast or slow â€” to create high and low notes. Itâ€™s all part of â€śSingers on Stage,â€ť a new Arts in the Parks program presented by Arts Place.
CELINA â€” Mercer County Sheriff Jeff Grey announced Tuesday the arrest of three more subjects on drug trafficking charges. All but three of the offenders indicted by the May grand jury have been arrested. Two of the remaining are incarcerated at this time in another facility on unrelated charges, but will be returned to Mercer County at the completion of their sentence at that facility. Deputies are working with South Carolina authorities attempting to locate the remaining suspect.