Blessing Pantry continues to help those who need it.
NEW BREMEN — Members of village council ultimately tabled a resolution Monday night that would allow for a sign to be placed on a prominent building in downtown New Bremen.
The New Knoxville Board of Education was given an interesting demonstration Monday night with the unveiling of four new welding booths located in the New Knoxville High School lab room.
NEW BREMEN — Sophomores, juniors and seniors of New Bremen High School saw classmates hurt, covered in blood and taken away by Care Flight, as well as a hearse, Thursday afternoon as part of the school’s mock crash presentation to demonstrate the dangers of drinking and driving as well as di…
Fans of musical theatre should be keeping a lookout, as St. Marys Memorial High School is planning on doing a production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “A Grand Night for Singing” in the coming week.
Crappie USA celebrates its 25th Anniversary of providing competitive fishing to crappie anglers in 2021. Anglers will travel from across the country to join the competition on Grand Lake St. Marys at St. Marys for the April 30 through May 1 event.
Auglaize County Board of Elections members conducted a public test of voting equipment after a monthly meeting Wednesday. Board members fed a test deck of ballots into a ballot tabulator. Other voting equipment had already been tested for logic and analysis results.
Theresa Dirksen, the agriculture and natural resources director for Mercer County, shows the map of wetlands surround Grand Lake St. Marys in August of last year during the Windy Pointer Wetlands tour. Associate Professor Dr. Stephen Jacquemin said Saturday that he’s excited to see results f…
Back row: New Knoxville teacher Mary Weist, St. Marys teacher Madeline Frankenhauser, Waynesfield-Goshen teacher Jennifer Szippl, Wapakoneta teacher Daniel Landis, New Bremen teacher Shannon Heckman and Minster teacher Marianne Bruns. Front row: Sam Anspach, Katie Lucas, Rylie Barrington, Em…
The Kiwanis Club of St. Marys met on Tuesday to discuss several topics, two of which include the Kiwanis Pancake Day and the local library’s Summer Reading Request.
ST. MARYS — Doug Frye, who has served as the head football coach for St. Marys for 18 of the past 23 seasons, announced Wednesday that he is stepping down.
amilies gather outside Arts Place downtown on Saturday morning for the Bunny Trail event put on by the St. Marys Area Resource Team and the St. Marys Community Public Library.
State Representative Susan Manchester will be giving a presentation, “An Evening with Susan Manchester,” next Wednesday, April 7 at 7 p.m. on the Auglaize County Historical Society’s Facebook page.
The Evening Leader has announced that the 2021 Best of The ST. Marys Evening Leader Reader's Choice Awards is now open for voting. You will see local businesses listed under many different categories competing to be the Best of ST. Marys in their category.
The St. Marys chapter of the FFA are preparing themselves for the National Chapter Awards ceremony after being nominated for four categories in one fell swoop.
The St. Marys Memorial High School basketball team celebrated a great season Sunday at Varsity Lanes after winning a majority of their games this year.
The St. Marys Area Chamber of Commerce, in conjunction with several other organizations, is bringing back the VALU Class program for its 20th anniversary in September.
NEW BREMEN — The three mayors running the towns that make up the Golden Triangle delivered remarks Thursday morning at the annual State of the Villages held at the American Legion in New Bremen.
FINDLAY — Brent Miller, of St Marys, will perform in the University of Findlay's Jazz Ensemble spring concert at 3 p.m., Sunday, March 21. Titled "An Afternoon of Fun," the concert will feature a variety of traditional blues, swing and Latin charts along with popular music by artists such as…
The Evening Leader Has Announced the 2021 Best of St Marys Reader's Choice Awards. We are now taking nominations! Please just choose the categories where you want to submit, login and write in your nomination. Our selection committee will review each request and respond as needed. Nomination…
A pursuit went on more than an hour Tuesday afternoon after a van was reported stolen in Allen County. An Allen County Sheriff's deputy spotted the vehicle headed south on I-75 and attempted to stop the vehicle. The chase involved multiple agencies and spanned much of U.S. Route 33 in the Wa…
NEW BREMEN — Representatives from the New Bremen Historical Association and the Miami & Erie Canal Association were present at the New Bremen village council meeting to give a presentation for a sign to go up at the Lockkeepers House.
One of the signs donated by the family of the late Larry Schaaf. The signage is a map of K.C. Geiger Park, highlighting the location of ball diamonds, parking and restrooms.
All 37 members of the St. Marys DECA program advanced to state this year and on Friday the students held their awards presentation to see the results — taking home a great deal of hardware at the end of the day.
A local author will host a book signing Sunday afternoon at Interior Motifs in downtown Wapakoneta to promote her newly published book, Smoky Mountains Romance.
Representatives of the faith-based Mission Possible organization in Findlay spoke at St. Marys Rotary on Wednesday. Their mission to equip the next generation of Christ-centered leaders through churches, schools, leadership and meeting basic medical needs. The group offers education to Hai- …
Wright State Lake Campus Interim Dean Dan Krane speaks Tuesday morning at Speedway Lanes in New Bremen.
- ‘Lots’ to be Thankful For
- Understanding the Voted Tax
- First Fridays Kick Off Next Week
- Lake Treatments Starting This Week
- Council Tables Sign Resolution
- New Barber coming to Downtown
- Marching Toward the Roses
- Crappie USA Coming to Grand Lake St. Marys
- 4 New Welding Booths Added to NK School
- Frye Steps Down As Head Football Coach
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