Archive - Dec 6, 2011 - News Article
ST. MARYS — In today's The Evening Leader, it states Cody Taylor, 17, passed away, which is not true.
The information received by The Evening Leader was misinterpreted.
Taylor is at home with his family.
"He's doing real well," said his father, Russell Taylor.
"We want to make sure everybody knows he's OK." The Evening Leader regrets publishing the incorrect information.
ST. MARYS — Local students will be participating in a pilot project through their school, as early as the beginning of next year.
A group of students in grades eight through 12 will be participating in the BYOT — or Bring Your Own Technology — program, through which students will bring their own technological devices to class.
The program, Technology Coordinator Kyle Menchhofer said, comes at a time when the district has been making cuts, with technology being one of the many being hit.
ST. MARYS — Electronics, dolls and a pony topped the lists of desires for area children who wrote letters to Santa Monday night at the St. Marys Community Public Library.
The library held its annual open house, featuring a slew of holiday-themed activities, including a visit with Santa, storytime with Mrs. Claus and the opportunity to write a letter to Santa among others.
“A phone,” Tayla Meeker, 7, said of what she is hoping Santa will bring her this year as she completed her letter.
ST. MARYS — The Auglaize County Sheriff's Office has released information stating River Road is closed between SR 65 and Greeley Chapel Road because of high water, as well asTownline Lima Road between Buckland Holden and Fairmount.