Archive - Nov 29, 2012 - News Article
CELINA — A year after a double homicide rocked a rural Mercer County town, Sheriff Jeff Grey says investigators are continuing to make progress in the case.
On Nov. 30, 2011, Robert and Colleen Grube were found duct taped and shot to death in their rural Fort Recovery home. There were no signs of forced entry into the home. The investigation into the deaths of the father and daughter has included hundreds of interviews and a review of scores of pieces of evidence. Members of the Ohio Attorney General's Office also are assisting in the case.
ST. MARYS — Local residents in search of a piece of pizza will soon have another option to satisfy their craving this week.
Dan Egbert, owner of the Woodland Rollerdome, will open Rinkside Pizza on Friday. The pizza place is located inside the skating rink and will replace the snack bar. Egbert and his wife, Victoria, have been working on the upgrade for the past year.
“We felt like the food needed to be upgraded,” Egbert said.
ST. MARYS — A three-year labor of love for a St. Marys native recently turned into his first published book.
“Harney Peak Revealed,” which hit bookshelves and online retailers, traces the historical importance of one of South Dakota’s hidden treasures. The book, penned by Bradley Saum — a 1985 graduate of Memorial High School — took several different shapes before the author settled on its format.