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Flyers, Riders To Team Up

September 2, 2011

ST. MARYS — A university and local school band are teaming up to provide a performance at the school’s first official home football game for the 2011 season.

The Pride of Dayton, the University of Dayton’s marching band, will be coming to St. Marys Sept. 9 to perform when St. Marys takes on Elida at Skip Baughman Stadium. This is the first time UD’s band has performed with the St. Marys All Brass Band, SMABB Director Dane Newlove said.

Author Pens Vol. 2 Of Book

September 2, 2011

ST. MARYS — A local author and columnist recently released the second volume in his five-part series collection.

The Evening Leader Columnist John Andreoni released volume two of his series “Going Wild With Forda Birds.” The series encompasses a collection of Andreoni’s outdoor columns, which he started writing more than 40 years ago. Each column included in the collection is preceded by Andreoni’s present thoughts on the issue addressed.

Canal Work Moves On

September 2, 2011

MINSTER — A project along the Miami and Erie Canal should help improve the waterway for years to come.

Auglaize County Design Engineer Matt Quinter noted construction crews are approximately 70 percent done with phase one of a two-phased ditch petition project along the Miami and Erie Canal in Minster. The project will improve the waterway from First Street to Ohio 119 through the village.

Alum Finds Success Inside Cage

September 2, 2011

ST. MARYS — Ashley Rickard enjoys challenging herself, and one of her most recent challenges has been inside a chain-linked cage.

The St. Marys Memorial High School graduate has been training for cage fighting for more than a year now at Sudden Impact in Fort Wayne, and also does jiu-jitsu and kickboxing. Rickard said she was drawn to the sport because of the competition.

Course Hits 7k Mark

September 2, 2011

ST. MARYS — One of the newest additions to K.C. Geiger Park recently welcomed its 7,300th visitor.

“It’s exceeded our expectations,” St. Marys Safety-Service Director Tom Hitchcock said about the miniature golf course in K.C. Geiger Park. “As of yesterday (Wednesday) we had 7,319 people go through. We’ve even had 2,000 go through on the honor system out there.”

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