January 4th, 2015
Can't wait for the big game in Dallas? Either can we. The countdown is on to a championship game with plenty of "O" as in offense, Oregon, and Ohio State. Get pumped for the Ducks and Bucks with this hype video.
ST. MARYS — The St. Marys boys basketball team showed again on Friday night it can win a low-scoring game. Meanwhile New Knoxville was left trying to figure out a way to put together a full game after an anemic second half allowed a lead to slip away for the second straight contest.
The Roughriders rallied from a six-point halftime deficit and held an opponent under 45 points for the second straight game in a 51-41 victory over the Rangers at Memorial High School.
Friday, Jan. 3
Western Buckeye League
St. Marys 51, New Knoxville 41
Marion Local 53, Wapakoneta 42
Midwest Athletic Conference
NEW KNOXVILLE — Last year, the village of New Knoxville utilized the village’s largest Street Improvement program in 20 years to repair nine area streets, all thanks to a public works grant through the Ohio Public Works Commission.
This year, Village of New Knoxville officials do not anticipate receiving any grant dollars from the state, but plan to focus their efforts on two significant projects. The first project will help a local business, New Knoxville Telephone, Inc. (NK Telco), expand into two village owned buildings adjacent to NK Telco’s main plant.
CELINA — At the start of each new year, many running organizations and runners alike brave cold conditions and venture out for a run. The first run of the new year not only kickstarts their routine, but ensures they get a start on their New Year’s resolutions.
December 30th, 2014
ST. MARYS — St. Marys sophomore Derek Jay hit two free throws with 7.8 seconds left to lift the Roughrider boys basketball team over Troy 46-45 on Tuesday night.
St. Marys trailed by seven points early in the fourth quarter, rallied to take a five-point lead in the game’s final minute behind some clutch shooting by Josh Young and then watched as Troy stormed back to take a one point lead.
ST. MARYS — Members of local law enforcement are reminding area citizens that if they choose to drink and get behind the wheel during the holiday season, they are endangering their own lives as well as the lives of others.
It’s not hard to see why. According to a press release from the Ohio State Highway Patrol, “during this year’s five-day Christmas Holiday reporting period of Dec. 24 at 12 a.m. through Dec. 28 at 11:59 p.m., 10 people were killed in 10 fatal crashes, with five of the fatal crashes attributed to impaired driving.”
NEW BREMEN 50, HOUSTON 34
ST. MARYS — With almost 100 school shootings across the nation since the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in December 2012, many local law enforcement agencies are stepping up to prepare for an active shooter scenario.