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October 20th, 2011

Candidates State Cases

October 20, 2011

ST. MARYS — Two of the three mayoral candidates for the city of St. Marys appeared at a public forum and told voters why they should be the next mayor.

Incumbent Democrat Greg Freewalt and Republican challenger Patrick McGowan appeared at the informational session hosted by the St. Marys Rotary Club. Nonpartisan candidate Pam Hobler was invited to appear at the forum but declined the invitation because of time conflicts with her job. Hobler supplied written responses that will be included among the other candidates’ answers.

October 19th

ACCA Offers Vets A Place To Chat

October 19, 2011

ST. MARYS — A local senior citizen organization has been helping veterans share their war experiences for the past year.

The Auglaize County Council on Aging’s Vet-2-Vet program allows local veterans to talk with fellow veterans the first Friday of each month. Trena Chiles, outreach specialist and wellness coordinator for the ACCA, said the program started from interactions with her own father.

PTO Buys Computers

October 19, 2011

ST. MARYS — Local students have been utilizing some new equipment in their school to enhance what they are learning in their classrooms.

Students at St. Marys Primary School recently received new computers in their computer lab, bringing their equipment up-to-date with the computers and technology currently utilized in their classrooms.

“We got 26 new computers,” Principal Sue Sherman said. “They are awesome.”

October 18th

BOE Candidates Appear At Forum

October 18, 2011

ST. MARYS — A group of local school board candidates participated in a debate Monday evening.

The seven candidates competing for the two positions on the St. Marys Board of Education participated in a debate sponsored by the St. Marys Education Association to a crowd of residents, teachers and students.

The debate was monitored by Randy Elsass, who questioned candidates Ronda Shelby, Ken Koverman, Josie Slater, Brian Little, Bob Valentine, Keith Jacobs and John Lampert.

Driver In Court

October 18, 2011

CELINA — A Korean man accused of causing a collision that took the life of a 3-year-old Minster girl made his initial appearance in court on Monday.

Flanked by a translator, Jinghao Xu, 50, of Hamilton, appeared in Mercer County Municipal Court on a charge of vehicular manslaughter, a fourth-degree felony. The charge stems from a Saturday morning collision at the intersection of Ohio 119 and U.S. 127 in Granville Township. Aubrey L. Bruns, 3, of Minster, died from injuries suffered in the collision.

October 17th

Weather Helps Walk

October 17, 2011

ST. MARYS — Mother Nature cooperated on Sunday as an annual festival returned with some new additions.

The 42nd annual Kiwanis Walk with Nature Fall Festival attracted a large crowd to Memorial Park, fueled in part by a warm autumn afternoon. Walkers hit the towpath along the Miami and Erie Canal to take part in the walk. As they returned, walkers were greeted with a variety of activities, including a farmers’ market as well as Civil War re-enactors, a car show and live music.

Troops Answer Call To Duty

October 17, 2011

ST. MARYS — Hundreds of people packed the gym at Memorial High School on Sunday to pay their respects to members of a locally based Ohio Army National Guard Unit that is slated to serve in Afghanistan later this year.

October 16th

Minster Girl Killed In Collision

October 16, 2011

CELINA – A 3-year-old Minster girl was killed in a collision Saturday morning and the driver is being held on criminal charges.

October 14th

District To Teach Bus Safety

October 14, 2011

ST. MARYS — A local school district is joining others throughout the nation in reminding students and residents about the importance of school bus safety.

The St. Marys City School District is participating in National School Bus Safety Week beginning Monday. This year’s theme, “Be aware — know the danger zone,” stresses the importance of students being cautious any time they must cross the street.

Cards To Spread Sunshine

October 14, 2011

NEW BREMEN — Elementary and middle school students will be digging through their couches next week to help raise money for the New Bremen/New Knoxville Rotary Sunshine Project.

The fundraiser, Rays of Sunshine, sponsored by the New Bremen Middle School Student Council, will be held Oct. 17-25. Students have been encouraged to find loose change to help raise money for an accessible playground that will be built in Bremenfest Park next year. Southwestern Auglaize County Chamber of Commerce Director Scott Frey spoke with students Friday afternoon about the fundraiser.

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