June 8th, 2012
ST. MARYS — A St. Marys servicewoman walked the beaches and explored the historic landmarks of Normandy, France, this week, participating in the 68th Commemoration of D-Day.
ST. MARYS — A California man admitted to posting nude images of his then-underage friend on the Internet as well as using a popular social media site to disseminate the material.
Carl W. Rose, 82, of Celina, died on Thursday, June 7, 2012, at Mercer County Community Hospital in Coldwater.
He was born on Feb. 26, 1930, in St. Henry, to the late Roman Rose and Marie Leistenschneider. On Oct. 29, 1955, in St. Anthony, he married Lucille M. "Lucy" Krieg.
He is survived by a son, Wayne (Melanie) Rose of St. Marys; two brothers, Joe (Donna) Rose of Coldwater and Fred (Irene) Rose of St. Henry; three sisters; three grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by four brothers and a sister.
Stephanie Jung, 63, of Church Street, North Warren, Pa., and formerly of St. Marys, passed away on Thursday, June 7, 2012, following a brief illness and was taken home to be with the Lord at the John and Orpha Blair Hospice House.
Stephanie was born on Oct. 21, 1948, in Munich, Germany, the daughter of the late Wessil and Anastasian Dzalamanow.
CELINA — The Celina Police Department has filed preliminary charges against an Indiana man in connection with the false emergency call placed to the Mercer County Sheriff’s Office on Wednesday. The suspect called into Central Dispatch on the Mercer County sheriff’s line to report that a subject had laid a motionless child on the concrete pad by the lighthouse that is located on the NW corner of Grand Lake in Celina. The suspect then called a second time to report that the subject had placed the child in the water and held him down with a rock.
June 8: The Holy Rosary Festival is scheduled for today.
June 9: The Holy Rosary Festival is scheduled for today.
The St. Marys Farmers' Market will take place from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. today next to Dave's BBQ on Celina Road.
June 10: The Holy Rosary Festival is scheduled for today.
Fort Recovery State Museum will host speaker Adam Jortner from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. today at the museum, located at 1 Fort Site St., Fort Recovery.
10 Years Ago This Week – 2002
For the second time in as many years, the Minster Wildcat girls finished the school year as the Division III state track and field champions, after a grueling two days of competition in Columbus.
Under first-year head coach Kristen Heitkamp, the Orange and Black tallied 54 points, which was 11 better than runners-up Gates Mills Hawken.
ST. MARYS — Aside from a failed early wooden bat experiment, Wapakoneta has continued its success into the summer.
“They tried them in batting practice in the spring and they thought they might want to try them in the game,” Wapakoneta ACME coach Willie Sammetinger said, with a chuckle. “Well, they broke $200 worth of bats last night in Elida. They just fractured them. So we’re slowly but surely starting to go back to metal.”
Whatever the material, Wapak’s baseball team can swing those bats.
ST. MARYS — Anglers hitting Grand Lake St. Marys may soon be catching yellow perch more often after a state sponsored fish stock.
On May 23, officials from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources released 100,408 yellow perch into Grand Lake St. Marys as part of an experimental stocking. ODNR Wildlife spokesperson Susie Vance told The Evening Leader the fish are no stranger to the lake.
ST. MARYS — A convicted murderer is hoping to get his appeal heard by justices from Ohio’s highest court.
On May 14, Katherine Szudy, the attorney for Gordon W. Diggle III, filed a request to have her client’s case heard in the Ohio Supreme Court. Diggle was convicted in 2011 on murder, felonious assault and aggravated robbery charges in the Sept. 8, 2010, beating death of Steven Casad in the alley behind the Friendly Tavern. He was sentenced to 25 years to life in prison.