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October 11th, 2012

New Bremen Tweaks Policies

October 11, 2012

NEW BREMEN — In an effort to separate discipline and academics, the New Bremen Board of Education approved a list of changes in the school’s policies Wednesday night at its monthly meeting.

Several policies were updated to reflect the goal of separating the two. The first changed the school suspension grade policy.

“We want that separation of discipline and academics,” Superintendent Howard Overman said. “In talking to the staff, a zero is almost impossible to bring it (a student’s overall grade) back up.”

Candidates Square Off

October 11, 2012

ST. MARYS — The two candidates facing off for the newly created Ohio House’s 82nd District seat stated their cases to voters of a local civic group on Wednesday.

The St. Marys Rotary Club hosted Nonpartisan candidate Pete Schlegel and Republican candidate Tony Burkley as part of its annual debate.

Burkley is a four-term Paulding County commissioner and Schlegel has an agriculture, law enforcement and business background.

October 10th

Projects Begin To Wrap

October 10, 2012

NEW BREMEN — Councilors heard an update Tuesday night on several construction projects that are wrapping up around the village as the season comes to a close.

In his report to councilors, Village Administrator Wayne York reviewed the progress of the construction projects underway.

“Tumbusch Construction is working on the sanitary sewer in the alley on the south side of the Crown Education Center and continuing westward,” York told councilors at their meeting Tuesday night.

“That’s in progress.”

Updated: Shell Station Robbed

October 10, 2012

ST. MARYS — Officers continue to investigate the robbery of a local gas station Tuesday night.

At 5:52 p.m., officers from the St. Marys Police Department arrived at the Shell gas station, 1115 Celina Road, on a report of a robbery. The suspect — a medium build, dark-complected white male with facial hair standing 5’11” to 6 feet tall, who was wearing a blue and gold hooded sweatshirt and grey shorts — demanded money from the clerk and indicated he had a weapon.

Shell Station Robbed

October 10, 2012

ST. MARYS — Officers continue to investigate the robbery of a local gas station Tuesday night.

October 9th

Councilors Welcome SSD

October 9, 2012

ST. MARYS — St. Marys City Councilors officially welcomed the new safety-service director to the city.

During Monday night’s council meeting, councilors approved, under suspension of rules, a pay ordinance for Eric Ostling, of Chesterfield, Mich., as the city’s new safety-service director. Ostling will take over for Jason Little, who announced his resignation in August, effective Oct. 26.

October 8th

Hall Of Fame Inducts 3

October 8, 2012

ST. MARYS — George Neargarder, Thomas Anderson and Larry Shelby joined a list of distinguished St. Marys residents Saturday night, as the three were honored as the 2012 inductees to the St. Marys Memorial High School Hall of Fame.

The St. Marys Memorial High School Hall of Fame Induction Dinner and Ceremony was held on Saturday night at the St. Marys American Legion Post 323, honoring Neargarder with the Academic/Professional Award, Anderson with the Athletic Achievement Award and Shelby with the Service to St. Marys City Schools Award.

October 5th

Oil Derrick Project Unveiled

October 5, 2012

ST. MARYS — A local lake organization kicked off a campaign today to help raise money to honor the rich history of Grand Lake St. Marys.

The Lake Improvement Association is in the early stage of a fundraising campaign to build an oil derrick at the site of what locally is believed to be the country’s first offshore oil derrick in Grand Lake St. Marys. LIA Secretary Kate Anderson said the project has been several months in the making.

Local Student Has Full Plate

October 5, 2012

ST. MARYS — Between participating in school sports, various school organizations and keeping active outside of school, St. Marys Memorial High School senior Katlyn Brown has her hands full.

Brown plays volleyball and softball, and she is also involved in Relay for Life, National Honor Society, Student Council, FCA and Girl Talk.

Rangers Stage Olympics

October 5, 2012

NEW KNOXVILLE — Fourth, fifth and sixth-grade students kept busy building a castle, playing soccer and cheering on their teachers in German Jeopardy, among other German-themed activities, Friday morning, as the students participated in German Club Olympics.

The competition, organized each year by the students in German Club, provides an opportunity for the fourth, fifth and sixth-grade students to learn about German culture.

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