Archive - Sep 22, 2011 - News Article
ST. MARYS — Local board of education members discussed another facilities project during their monthly meeting Wednesday night.
St. Marys Board of Education members discussed the completion of the new athletic complex and funding for the project, going back and forth between their options.
“In my own personal opinion, I don’t see any time before 2013,” Board Vice President Rees McKee said of the possible schedule for the athletic complex. “We still have got a few things against us.”
WAPAKONETA — A former member of the Wapakoneta Police Department and the Auglaize County Sheriff’s Office alleges she was sexually assaulted last year in her Auglaize County home by the Shelby County sheriff, resulting in his arrest early Wednesday.
ST. MARYS — Hungry residents looking for a place to get a home-cooked meal have a new option.
Kate’s Kitchen, 810 S. Wayne St., St. Marys, opened its doors Wednesday at the former location of the Knotty Pine. For owners Dennis and Kathy Burden, owning the restaurant is a dream come true.
“It’s been her lifelong dream to open up a restaurant,” Burden told The Evening Leader as his wife was busy cooking in the kitchen. “So that’s what we did.”
ST. MARYS — A lively crowd of area seniors gathered Tuesday afternoon at the Auglaize County Council on Aging for its annual Senior Day celebration.
Senior Day is celebrated in conjunction with National Senior Center Month.
“National Senior Center Month has been celebrated since the 1940s,” Auglaize County Council on Aging Director Christina Roby said. “We want to give back and have a little fun.”