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February 6th, 2015

RadioShack Announces Possible Closings

February 6, 2015

ST. MARYS — In a posting on its corporate website, RadioShack released a list of potential store closures. According to the document, the St. Marys location (4489) is not on the list of potential closures at this time. 

Attached is a list of potential closures as posted by RadioShack on its website.

Lenhart Earns Honor

February 6, 2015

SIDNEY — The National Sheriffs’ Association (NSA) has announced that Shelby County Sheriff John Lenhart has been selected to receive the 2015 Ferris E. Lucas Award for Sheriff of the Year. The Ferris E. Lucas Award will be presented at the Opening General Session at NSA’s Annual Conference in Baltimore.

Saturday's Girls Basketball Schedule

February 6, 2015

Saturday, Feb. 7

  • St. Marys at St. Henry
  • Ansonia at Parkway
  • Miami East at Versailles
  • Minster at Arlington
  • Mississinawa at Fort Recovery
  • Bethel at Troy
  • West Carrollton at Greenville
  • Lehman at Arcanum
  • Mansfield Christian at Ridgemont
  • Botkins at Russia
  • Houston at Fort Loramie
  • Jackson Center at Anna
     

Weekend Boys Basketball Schedule

February 6, 2015

Friday, Feb. 6
WBL

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

MAC

  • Delphos St. John’s at Marion Local
  • Coldwater at Versailles
  • Ft. Recovery at Minster
  • New Bremen at St. Henry
  • Parkway at New Knoxville

NWC

Thursday, Feb. 5 girls Basketball Round-Up

February 6, 2015

MINSTER 43, FORT RECOVERY 34
The Wildcats, who have a perfect 7-0 record at home, moved to .500 on the road and at neutral sites with a 5-5 mark. Logan Arnold paced Minster with 11 points on 4-of-4 shooting from the floor.  The Wildcats improve to 12-5 and 6-2 in the MAC.

NEW KNOXVILLE 66, PARKWAY 37

February 5th

State Champion Minster Sending Two to Div. I Programs

February 5, 2015

Minster seniors Eli Wolf and Hayden Schindler signed with Division I football programs on Wednesday.

Wolf is headed to Tennessee, where he'll join his older brother Ethan on the Volunteer program. Wolf, who played wide receiver in high school, said he could make the transition to tight end in Knoxville under Butch Jones.

Schindler is going to North Carolina State, an Atlantic Coast Conference program. He'll play interior offensive line.

Both helped Minster win the Division VI state championship this fall.

Daily Rundown

February 5, 2015

Feb. 5: Storytime will be held at the New Bremen Public Library at 10:30 a.m. today for 3 to 5 year olds.

Books, Babies & More will be held at 10:30 a.m. today at the St. Marys Community Public Library for parents and babies 0-36 months.

Storytime will be held from 3 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. today at New Knoxville Public Library.

Readers Theater will be held at 3:30 p.m. today at the New Bremen Public Library for fourth and fifth graders.

February 4th

Primary Slate Set

February 4, 2015

ST. MARYS — Voters in the city of St. Marys will see only one contested primary race in May.

The Republican primary for city auditor will feature incumbent Douglas M. Riesen facing off against Joel M. Johns. The rest of the Republican slate is running unopposed. The Democratic primary also is unopposed.

Voters in the city of St. Marys also will determine the fate of a renewal request for a 10-year, 0.5 percent income tax that goes capital improvements, equipment and facilities.

Police Seek Man's Identity

February 4, 2015

MINSTER — The Minster Police Department is asking for the public's help in identifying a possible suspect in a shoplifting at Western Ohio True Value Hardware on Tuesday.

The man allegedly left the store without paying for a 30-foot tow strap. Anyone with information regarding the man's identity or whereabouts should contact the Minster Police Department at 419-628-2378.
 

Schools Placed On Controlled Access

February 4, 2015

ST. MARYS — St. Marys Memorial High School and Middle School were placed on controlled access Wednesday morning as police officers and administrators worked to determine if a possible threat reported by a resident at the district's office was real. Controlled access means students and teachers go about their normal day and officials closely monitor all entrances to the building. After an investigation, it was determined the threat was unsubstantiated.

— Read more in Thursday's edition of The Evening Leader.

 

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