Archive - Jan 18, 2013
Clora G. Barker, 90, of Mendon, died on Thursday, Jan. 17, 2013, at the Van Wert Inpatient Hospice Center.
She was born on April 1, 1922, in Van Wert County to Carl and Sarah (McCoy) Mohler.
On March 18, 1943, she married Charles Barker, who preceded her in death on Oct. 8, 2003.
She is survived by a daughter, Elaine (Jerry) Steiner of Mendon; two granddaughters; five great-grandsons.
She was preceded in death by a brother and sister.
ST. MARYS — Roughrider Marissa Schrolucke will have several college classes under her belt by the time she graduates in May.
Schrolucke, 18, participates in the post-secondary program offered between Wright State University Lake Campus and Memorial High School.
MINSTER — Minster high school and middle school students were asked to pledge to stop verbal, physical, relational and online bullying Friday afternoon during a special assembly that focused on leadership.
Speaker Jerry Ackerman illustrated the problem, noting while verbal and physical bullying are common, and relational bullying occurs when a group ostracizes outsiders, many students would text or post online material that they would never say to a person.
That’s an act he called cowardly.
ST. MARYS — The city of St. Marys finished 2012 with its highest income tax collections in four years.
Last year, the city collected $3.99 million in income taxes, which eclipsed the $3.74 million it hauled in during 2011. The $3.99 million also surpassed the $3.60 million it collected in 2009 and the $3.9 million it collected in 2010.
“I’m glad we are up,” St. Marys Mayor Pat McGowan told The Evening Leader. “That’s good, but our expenses have been up as far as operations and we are looking at those now.”
SHAWNEE TOWNSHIP — The St. Marys wrestling team continued its strong run against Western Buckeye League teams on Thursday night.
The Roughriders earned a pair of wins at a tri-match at Shawnee. St. Marys picked up five pins in its 43-31 win over Shawnee and topped Defiance 49-26.
St. Marys at Shawnee wrestling photos:
ST. MARYS — Celina quickly took any drama out of a rivalry game by scoring the game’s first 28 points in the Bulldogs’ 48-17 win over St. Marys.
“That might be one of our best starts ever,” Celina head coach Brian Stetler said. “You never know on the road how you’re going to come out against an arch-rival. Our girls stepped it up in the beginning and pretty much set the tone early. It doesn’t always happen that way, but it did tonight.”
Celina at St. Marys Girls Basketball Photos
CELINA — Students at Wright State University Lake Campus will have the opportunity to get paid for exploring their interests in six local companies thanks to a $1.3 million grant to reimburse companies for hiring the students.
Lake Campus representative Julie Miller helped write the grant, which required some up-front, committed companies who said they would host the interns.