March 2nd, 2015
Here's a quick look at some upcoming stories that will be found in our print edition:
• A feature story on a local bee keeping club and their objectives.
• Minster Village Council coverage.
• Senate Bill 48 — what it is and how it could affect you.
• SART Quarter Auction preview
• Senior profiles on local high school students.
NEW KNOXVILLE — Lego Club meets from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. today at New Knoxville Library.
Saturday, Feb. 28
Division II Sectional at Oak Harbor
Division II Girls District at Rossford
Lima Senior at Defiance
Elida at Lima Central Catholic
Division II at Spencerville
Wauseon vs. Celina, 6:15 p.m.
Wapakoneta vs. St. Marys, 8 p.m.
Division IV at Kenton
ROSSFORD — St. Marys sophomore Austin Cook rolled a 675 series and qualified for the Division II boys state bowling tournament on Friday at Interstate Lanes in Rossford.
Cook will bowl at next Saturday’s state championship meet at Wayne Webb’s Columbus Bowl after bowling games of 258, 170 and 247 for a 675 total that was the fourth-best individual score at the district tournament and the third-best for a bowler who is not on a team advancing to state.
NEW KNOXVILLE 51, MINSTER 50
MINSTER – Logan Leffel’s putback as the buzzer sounded gave the New Knoxville Rangers a 51-50 victory over the Minster Wildcats in the final regular season game for both teams on Friday night. New Knoxville’s Jalen Fullenkamp had a double-double with 17 points and 10 rebounds. Andrew Arnett added 16 points. Minster seniors Gabe Goodwin and Matt Trushaw each had 13 points.
ST. MARYS — A St. Marys woman who became trapped under boxes was helped by two meter readers making a service call to the residence.
On Wednesday, Shane Walter and Andy Thobe were dispatched to a residence in reference to a frozen water line.
Utility Office Supervisor Carol Lengerich said the woman rescheduled several times before settling on an early afternoon service call.
VIDEO OF THE DAY: The Best Foods for a Longer Life
When it comes to maintaining health in our later years, eating right and fueling our bodies with nutritious food is key. Krystin Goodwin highlights the best foods for a longer life.
WAPAKONETA — A few more details have been released regarding a shooting Sunday morning in Wapakoneta.
In a news release, Wapakoneta Police Chief Russ Hunlock said that at 4 a.m. Sunday, a resident in the 600 block of South Blackhoof Street noticed a suspicious person in the north/south alley. Another resident also reported seeing a suspicious person and went out to investigate.
WAPAKONETA — Three area teens have been arrested on charges of allegedly manufacturing a hallucinogenic drug.
At 9:04 p.m. Tuesday, officers from the Wapakoneta Police Department arrived at 402 Ashland, Apt. E12, via an anonymous tip regarding possible drug activity. During the investigation, officers discovered a suspected dimethyltryptamine (DMT) lab. DMT is classified as a schedule I hallucinogen.
• Nathaen M. Eastman, 18, 402 Ashland, Apt. E12, on one count of illegal manufacture of drugs.
Brooke Welsch Coldwater 12
Tori Lennartz Ft. Recovery 12
Cadence Jacobs Marion Local 12
Emily Mescher Marion Local 11
Allie Thobe* Marion Local 12
Rosie Westerbeck Minster 10