March 29th, 2015
Here were some of the stories you missed in our print edition last week:
• Feature stories on local high school seniors.
• A recap of the St. Marys City Council meeting and the proposed revision to the dog ordinance.
• Our Spring Sports Preview Tab.
• The annual CIC luncheon and progress throughout the city.
• Previews on area high school plays.
• A feature story on sign language being taught at TLC.
ST. MARYS — Plans are being finalized for a faith-based transitional housing facility that, once operational, will give people looking to change their lives the foundation to do so in a successful manner.
Victor House, located at 132 S. Spruce St., is an offshoot of the work being done at the Resource and Opportunity Center. ROC Vice President Bev Hurlburt said officials started the early planning for Victor House shortly after the ROC opened because of a need for such services in the area.
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CELINA — A dozen people were arrested at a variety of drug charges following an investigation from the Grand Lake Task Force.
Mercer County Sheriff Jeff Grey and Celina Police Chief Tom Wale announced the indictments in a news release on Thursday. Arrested in the sweep were:
ST. MARYS — 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.
ST. MARYS â€” Preschool story time will be held at 11 a.m. today at St. Marys Community Public Library.
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ST. MARYS — During Monday night's St. Marys City Council meeting, councilors approved the first reading of a new dog ordinance that focuses on dealing with dangerous dogs while staying away from breed-specific language.
— For a complete recap of the new ordinance, pick up Tuesday's copy of The Evening Leader.
Kort Fledderjohann will step down from his position as the boys head basketball coach at New Knoxville, according to the school's board of education agenda for tonight’s meeting.
Fledderjohann coached the Rangers for six seasons, taking over for Dan Hegemier following the 2008-2009 season.
Fledderjohann compiled a 71-64 record — including a Midwest Athletic Conference championship in 2010-2011.
The Rangers went 9-14 this past season and bowed out in the sectional title game to Lima Perry 62-56.
Here's a look at some upcoming stories that will be featured in our print edition:
• St. Marys City Council recap
• New Bremen Village Council
• A look at regional unemployment rates
• A feature on the St. Marys Police Department's new K-9 officer
• Profiles on local high school seniors