Archive - Mar 1, 2013 - News Article
“Leader Look Back” is a collection of stories and headlines from 75, 50 and 25 years ago this week. This week’s edition examines stories from Feb. 26 to March 4, 1938, 1963 and 1988.
75 years ago: Cridersville won the Auglaize County Class B Tournament title by defeating Buckland 39-36.
Two St. Marys residents were fined $25 for stealing from Nickel Plate Railway.
The St. Marys Roughriders were eliminated from tournament play in a 29-11 loss to Lima South.
ST. MARYS — Memorial High School senior Chelsea Yahl, 18, loves being involved and being outside — she devotes her time to the things she loves to do, including FFA, band, track, softball, and 4-H.
For Yahl, being in FFA, which she has been in since her freshman year, is about being a team and working together with her fellow FFA members to accomplish their goals.
ST. MARYS — Local volunteer, attorney and community advocate Jack Kuffner died Thursday, leaving behind family, fellow parishoners, Kiwanis and colleagues with memories of the ways he impacted the St. Marys community.
As a lawyer, local attorney Kraig Noble said that Kuffner was highly respected in the local law community. As an assistant prosecutor, prosecutor and judge in the county court, Noble said he had high standards.
ST. MARYS — On May 6, 2012, Joe and Bev Hurlburt put the first formal notes and ideas for what would become the Resources and Opportunity Center down on paper.
Their goal was to turn those ideas in to a reality by December 2013. They pulled it off almost a whole year ahead of schedule, opening at 702 E. Spring Street in St. Marys on Oct. 1, 2012.
MINSTER — A Minster resident died Thursday afternoon from injuries suffered in a one-vehicle crash near Fort Loramie.
At approximately 2:30 p.m. Thursday, deputies from the Shelby County Sheriff's Office arrived on the scene of a crash on Canal Road No. 1, four-tenths of a mile east of the Ohio 66 intersection. Ina Smith, 50, of Minster, was pronounced dead at the scene.