Archive - Jun 29, 2011 - News Article
NEW BREMEN — Area village councilors voted to explore the options for an electric substation, as they passed the first reading of a resolution to seek engineering, during their meeting Tuesday evening.
New Bremen Village Councilors passed the first reading of a resolution to authorize Village Administrator Wayne York to seek engineering for upgrades to the village’s Herman Street Substation.
MINSTER — One phone call and five minutes — that’s all it took for Ohio’s governor to get a handful of engineers jobs at Dannon in Minster Tuesday afternoon.
In a visit touting development and investment in Ohio, Gov. John Kasich helped Dannon land engineers to fit its needs at the Minster plant. The job opportunities surfaced during a tour of the plant when the plant manager noted he needed some engineers. Kasich called Ohio State University President E. Gordon Gee who pledged his support.
ST. MARYS — Bryan Householder teaches Spanish to approximately 200 students located all over Ohio at the same time.
He is a teacher for Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow (ECOT) and teaches his students in an online environment.
After completing his master’s degree online, Householder, a St. Marys resident, said he was intrigued by teaching online classes because of his interests in teaching, Spanish and web design.
New Knoxville Independence Day Celebration Schedule of Events
Saturday, July 2
8 a.m. — Woody A. Piehl Wooden Bat Softball Tournament
8:30 a.m. — 5K Walk/Run — to enter contact Samantha Menke at 567-204-8571
9:30 a.m. — One mile fun run — to enter contact Samantha Menke at 567-204-8571
11 a.m. — Flag ceremony-Cub Scouts
11:30 a.m. — The Way International Choir
Noon — Dodgeball Tournament- Lesia Arnett