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March 16th, 2012

Bill Would End Daylight Savings Time

March 16, 2012

ST. MARYS — If legislation introduced by a southwestern Ohio politicians is adopted, Ohioans may no longer have to switch their clocks ahead an hour.

State Rep. Courtney Combs, a Republican who represents the 54th House District, is the primary sponsor of House Bill 478, which would exempt the state of Ohio from participating in daylight savings time. John Adams, who represents the 78th House District, signed on as a cosponsor and said the legislation — introduced Tuesday — makes sense.

March 15th

Board Talks Next Step

March 15, 2012

NEW BREMEN — After a decisive 61 percent of voters rejected the potential building project last week, New Bremen Board of Education members discussed at their regular meeting Wednesday what the next step should be.

Interim Superintendent John Basinger said he was surprised to see a large number of residents vote against the levy.

BOE Assesses Projects

March 15, 2012

ST. MARYS — After a long discussion debating items, local school board members approved a resolution approving the annual list of projects.

March 14th

Village To Look At Dog Park

March 14, 2012

NEW BREMEN — A local village is looking for its residents’ opinions on whether to add a dog park to its lands.

“We’ve gotten some responses, but we’d like to get more,” Councilor Denny Burnell said.

He noted he and fellow Councilor John Schwartz have a few sites they are thinking about in the village to put a possible dog park, but they are hoping to hear what their fellow residents think about the proposal.

Appeal Arguments Heard

March 14, 2012

LIMA — Attorneys from both sides argued their cases in front of judges from the Third District Court of Appeals regarding the murder conviction of a St. Marys man last year.

In November, Gordon W. Diggle III filed an appeal in his conviction on murder, felonious assault and aggravated robbery charges. He was sentenced to 25 years to life in prison in the beating death of Steven Casad on Sept. 8, 2010.

March 13th

Committee Talks Policies

March 13, 2012

ST. MARYS — Local board members will be discussing new policy changes at their Wednesday meeting after committee members reviewed policies.

During a meeting of the St. Marys Board of Education Policy, Programs and Planning Committee Monday afternoon, committee members went through proposed policy changes and recommended the full board approve the changes during its regular meeting Wednesday evening.

One of the changes suggested was to allow students who participate in two seasons of marching band and/or and athletics to get credit for physical education.

March 12th

Alum To Start Soon

March 12, 2012

ST. MARYS — State officials on Monday announced plans to go ahead with a lakewide alum application in the coming weeks.

"The timeline is going to be early April," Ohio Department of Natural Resources Director Jim Zehringer told The Evening Leader. "I know we are going to be quite a bit ahead of last year's schedule. We are going to have a full lake treatment and we are excited about getting started."

Century Grill Opens

March 12, 2012

“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 March 5 to March 11, 1937, 1962 and 1987.

75 years ago: Memorial High School lost to Wapakoneta 35-15 in a district tournament game in Kenton. Four seniors — Norman Arnett, Ed Yoder, Otto Glass and Warren Broyles — were given the chance to start for the Riders.

Expo Highlights Businesses

March 12, 2012

ST. MARYS — Approximately 20 local businesses took part in the first-ever business expo on Saturday, sponsored by a fledgling business organization in St. Marys.

The St. Marys Community Partnership took over the Union Hall on South Street for the St. Marys Business Expo. The event, which ran from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., served as a way to pair local businesses with residents throughout the community.

Pit Bulls Attack Celina Man

March 12, 2012

CELINA — The Celina Police responded to a call of a subject being attacked by a pit bull at 4:22 p.m. Friday.

Officers arrived to find the victim was in a basement of a home at 214 Elm St. The attack was ongoing as officers arrived and the victim was pinned in the far corner of the basement by the dogs involved.One of the dogs was hanging on his left leg and he could not reach the basement stairs.

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