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Wapakoneta Mayor Tom Stinebaugh on Tuesday pled not guilty to public corruption charges during an arraignment in Auglaize County Common Pleas Court that was held after waiting more than 90 minutes for the visiting judge to arrive in the local courtroom.

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May 7 was the first day for First Fridays in downtown St. Marys, and just like that, the last one is this week as summer begins to near its end.

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The St. Marys Rotary Club received a very special guest in the form of District Governor Mary Aufdenkampe, who talked about her experiences within the Rotary Club thus far, as well as her start within her appointed position.

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Men, women and children gathered in Celina on Saturday morning in order to participate in the Women’s Walk for Wellness, with many participants doing the long walk together.

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Auglaize County’s graveyard genealogical scavenger hunt is back on after being postponed last month. The hunt will start at 6 p.m. this Thursday at Greenlawn Cemetery.

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The City of St. Marys will be holding an open house for the new water plant from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Aug. 6 at the facility located at 11314 County Road 66A. The event is open to the public and tours for the new facility will be available to those in attendance.

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The CrossFit Crave Competition attracted many competitors Saturday, with many people coming to watch the event unfold as competitors went through their events.

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The New Bremen Fire Department is celebrating its 100th annual Firemen’s Picnic and this year’s celebration is expected to be a big one.

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Photo: Bret Price speaks at the New Bremen New Knoxville Rotary Club meeting on Tuesday. Price was in the area to install a few of his sculptures.

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Prices for U.S. consumers jumped in June by the most in 13 years, signaling that a swift rebound in spending has run up against widespread supply shortages that have escalated the costs of many goods and services.

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The St. Mary’s City Council met up on Monday, with another officer being added to the St. Marys Police Department.

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A lover of the outdoors, Allen Sniegowski wanted something to drive that wouldn’t tire himself out like the family four-wheeler.

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Residents of Elmwood Assisted Living in New Bremen recently toured MVP Dairy in rural Celina.

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The Auglaize County Council on Aging opened its doors to senior citizens on Wednesday, the first time post-pandemic.

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A fundraiser will be held on July 31 at the USWA Hall in St. Marys for Richard “Rick” Moyar in order to help pay for his medical bills after a year filled with medical complications.

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NEW BREMEN — Originally opened in 1913 as the Crown Picture Show, the now-named Lock One Theater has been a staple in downtown New Bremen for over a century.

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Planning to bring more kayaks into the Grand Lake area has been under way for more than a year at Kill RV Service. A soft opening for kayak sales is ongoing just in time for the holiday weekend.

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ST. MARYS — City council members unanimously approved the hiring of a firm to design the city’s new municipal building during its meeting Monday night.

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Uniopolis Historical Society President Marilyn Shaw speaks Sunday afternoon as the former town hall was added to the National Register of Historic Places.

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While some Wapakoneta Republicans participated in a Trump-themed parade Saturday, some Auglaize Democrats met with their Mercer County counterparts for the Celina Small Town Pride gathering, featuring musicians, various speakers and an afternoon march.

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The St. Marys Chamber of Commerce welcomed a new business into the fold of St. Marys on Saturday, with the ribbon cutting ceremony taking place on Indiana Avenue.

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The St. Marys Board of Education met up Wednesday night to not only to vote on several things for the upcoming school year, but to commend the efforts of students who participated in several competitions this year.

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Auglaize County Workforce Development Director Amy Freymuth hosted a Lunch and Learn event at St. Marys Memorial High School Tuesday to explain to area employers how they could benefit from Ohio Tech Cred and other Ohio Means Jobs programs.

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Two Vietnam veterans — Jerry Klosterman and Darrell Summers — have finally reunited after losing contact 40 years ago.

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Work hard, train hard, skate fast. It’s a mantra that speed skaters follow and it’s a mantra that Audrey Dietzman has followed to become a national qualifier in her sport.

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While the St. Marys city council meeting wasn’t exactly a long affair, it did come with some celebration as Brian Parker of the City of St. Marys Police Department was promoted to police sergeant.

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NEW BREMEN — A self-described “cheerleader for the area,” Greater Grand Lake Region Visitors Center Executive Director Donna Grube swung by the New Bremen New Knoxville Rotary meeting on Tuesday morning to talk about everything that’s going on in the two-county area.

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The Lake Improvement Association (LIA) is hosting a scavenger hunt around Grand Lake St. Marys on Father’s Day weekend in order to raise money for local environmental efforts.

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Keith Westrick, president of the Lake Improvement Association, visited the St. Marys Rotary Club meeting on Wednesday to discuss organization’s goals, along with the progress the LIA has in improving the health of the Grand Lake St. Marys.

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