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September 6th, 2012

Park To Host Annual Festival

September 6, 2012

MINSTER — A local state park is putting the finishing touches on an annual festival.

Lake Loramie State Park will host its annual Fall Harvest Festival Sept. 14-16. Park Manager Brian Miller said the event typically draws a large crowd.

“There are just so many great offerings,” Miller told The Evening Leader. “It’s crazy down there — we will pack the campground and do overflow at some of our beach areas. We get a lot of campers for it.”

Therapist Gives Tips

September 6, 2012

MINSTER — A local speech language pathologist reviewed some tips and treatments available for swallowing issues during a program on Wednesday.

Swallowing issues, or dysphagia, include “any difficulty in the passage of solids or liquids from the mouth to the stomach,” P.T. Services Speech Language Pathologist Denise Bergman told a crowd gathered at the F.J. Stallo Memorial Library for her presentation.

September 5th

Semi Overturns

September 5, 2012

 

CRIDERSVILLE — Area law enforcement and safety services responded to a rollover Wednesday morning on Interstate 75 near Cridersville of a vehicle which contained the pyrotechnic equipment of two nationally known rock bands.

Crews Respond To Fire

September 5, 2012

ST. MARYS — A quick response from local residents helped reduce damage from a fire Tuesday afternoon at a downtown St. Marys business.

At approximately 4:13 p.m. Tuesday, members of the St. Marys Fire Department arrived at Sketcherz Ink, 229 E. Spring St., on a report of smoke and fire coming from the building. As crews arrived, employees of the tattoo and piercing shop already pulled back some of the building’s fascia to expose the source of the fire.

CIC Talks Development

September 5, 2012

NEW BREMEN — An area economic development director gave an update on workforce development initiatives, as well as one that will be soon taking place locally.

During her report to the members of the New Bremen Community Improvement Corporation, New Bremen Economic Development Director Angela Hamberg noted her recent trip to Traverse City, Mich., in early August with members of the Auglaize County Economic Development Coalition.

September 4th

Watershed Tour Scheduled

September 4, 2012

CELINA —  Residents in the Grand Lake St. Marys Watershed who want a closer look at some of the techniques being used to help clean up the region can do so this week.

The Do-It Yourself Tour, which is sponsored by a handful of watershed stakeholders, will take place from noon to 5 p.m. Sunday. The tour will feature eight stops around Auglaize and Mercer counties, with each highlighting techniques used to help clean up the watershed.

Local Makes Trip To RNC

September 4, 2012

ST. MARYS — A Roughrider alum recently traveled to Tampa to take part in an event that helped her learn more about politics.

Shelby Core, a sophomore at Ohio Northern University and a 2011 Memorial High School grad, attended the Republican National Convention last week as a way to get first-hand experience in the political process. A political science major, Core worked with the Ohio delegation at the convention.

August 31st

Rider Has Water in His Blood

August 31, 2012

ST. MARYS — For 17-year-old Kevin Dammeyer, water skiing is in his blood.

During his summers, the son of Carl and Denise Dammeyer competes in water skiing competitions.

“This summer, I did regionals and nationals,” he said. “Regionals was in Minnesota, and nationals was in Florida.”

He noted his parents enjoy water skiing, and he picked up the hobby when he was five.

“My dad and my mom water ski, and I just wanted to do it,” he said.

Safety Touted by FEMA

August 31, 2012

ST. MARYS — As the calendar changes to September, a local county official says residents should keep the threat of severe weather in mind during fall.

September is Preparedness Month — a campaign sponsored by FEMA that looks to make residents cognizant of severe weather and disasters and how to plan accordingly for the events. Auglaize County EMA Director Troy Anderson said fall has become an active weather season for Auglaize County.

Remnants Could Hit Area

August 31, 2012

ST. MARYS — After pounding the Gulf Coast earlier this week, the remnants of Hurricane Isaac are expected to reach Auglaize County later today.

“We’ve been looking at it and studying this thing all week,” Auglaize County EMA Director Troy Anderson told The Evening Leader. “There are so many different models and scenarios right now.”

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