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Lima area high school, college results

High Schools Track & Field Boys Liberty-Benton Invitational At Findlay Team scores: 1. Columbus Grove 92; 2. Ottawa- Glandorf 90; 3. Liberty- Benton 79; 4. Waynesfield- Goshen 73; 5. Otsego 7; 6. Arcadia 41; 7. Bluffton 38; 8. Cory-Rawson 35; 8.UpperScioto Valley 35; 10. Carey 31; 11. Pandora-Gilboa 19; 12. Hardin Northern 16; 12. Old Fort

Bengals gamble on USC's Shaw

CINCINNATI — The Bengals picked troubled Southern California defensive back Josh Shaw with their first pick of the fourth round Saturday. Shaw was suspended by the Trojans for 10 games early in the 2014 season after he suffered ankle injuries by jumping from a second-story balcony while evading police. He then claimed that he was hurt while

Lima area high school, college results

High Schools Softball Parkway 8, Wayne Trace 1 at WT Parkway `321`200`0`—`8`13`1 WT `000`100`0`—`1`4`3 WP–Heckler. LP–Crosby. 2B–Slusher, Hawk (P); Baumle (WT). 3B– Bates, Burtch, Heckler, K. Walls (P). Records: WT 11-2; P 9-7. Ansonia 3, Coldwater 2 at Ansonia Coldwater `000`010`000`0`—`2`6`4

St. Marys defeats top-ranked Coldwater

ST. MARYS — Chase Roop allowed no earned runs, four hits, four walks while striking out five over six innings as St. Marys defeated top-ranked Division III Coldwater 2-1 in baseball Thursday. Joe Pfenning came in to relieve Roop in the seventh and allowed one hit and no runs to get the save. Michael Hastreiter doubled home a run for the Roug

Lima area high school, college results

High Schools Softball Celina 2, Van Wert 1 at Van Wert Celina `000`011`0`—`2`6`3 Van Wert `100`000`0`—`1`4`2 WP– Brooke Steinecker. 2B– Brooke Steirnecker (C). Lima Central Catholic 2, Bluffton 1 at Lima Bluffton `000`000`1`—`1`5`2 LCC `002`000`x`—`2`6`2 WP– Keeley Smith. LP– Sami Fruchey

Land transfers

The trend of the real estate market in Allen County is shown by the following report, for the week running April 23 to April 29. Figures reflect the selling price of the property, along with the address or lot number of same and are courtesy of Allen County Recorder Mona Losh's Office. Last year Last week This week Deeds 91 98 79 Mortgages 91 71

ELIDA — William (Bill) Nichols, of Elida, celebrated his 90th birthday May 2, 2015. A private family dinner was held yesterday, along with a reception for family and friends from 2 to 4 p.m. at St. Paul United Methodist Church, in Elida.
He was born May 2, 1925 in Lima to Charles and Ota Nichols. On July 27, 1946, he married Joyce Laeufer.

90th Birthday: William (Bill) Nichols

ELIDA — William (Bill) Nichols, of Elida, celebrated his 90th birthday May 2, 2015. A private family dinner was held yesterday, along with a reception for family and friends from 2 to 4 p.m. at St. Paul United Methodist Church, in Elida. He was born May 2, 1925 in Lima to Charles and Ota Nichols. On July 27, 1946, he married Joyce Laeufer.

Lima area high school, college results

High Schools Baseball St. Henry 7, Delphos St. John's 0 at St. Henry St. John's `000`000“—`0`1`4 St. Henry `101`005`x`—`7`7`0 WP–Ryan Mikesell (4-1). LP–Eric Vogt Records: St. Henry 10-11 Miller City 11, Lincolnview 1 at Miller City Lincolnview `010`00—`1`3`2 Miller City `241`4x—`11`12`0 WP̵

Lakewood may have scored first Saturday, but the Comets had the last laugh.
Amherst lodged a decisive 8-4 victory on the strength of Antonio Serrano's arm.
Don't leave Brad Hagerich out of the equation — he had two hits and three RBIs on the afternoon against the Rangers. Rees Rua knocked another three.
Jordan Williams had a base hit early

Rangers outplayed on the diamond

Lakewood may have scored first Saturday, but the Comets had the last laugh. Amherst lodged a decisive 8-4 victory on the strength of Antonio Serrano's arm. Don't leave Brad Hagerich out of the equation — he had two hits and three RBIs on the afternoon against the Rangers. Rees Rua knocked another three. Jordan Williams had a base hit early

“The Age of Adaline” – PG-13

The Story “I know who you are, Adaline,” says William Jones (Harrison Ford). “Don't disappear again. You've never had a life.” Does Adaline (Blake Lively) take his advice and have a life — or will she, as he says, “disappear again”? For answers to this and other (sometimes weird) questions, see “The

The world seems to have turned apocalyptic this past week. As I write, areas of Baltimore are still smoldering from thousands of residents rioting and looting their own city. On the Earth's other side, catastrophic death has occurred from a massive earthquake that has nearly leveled Kathmandu, remote areas of Nepal, and crippled rescue efforts to r

Mother does the right thing

The world seems to have turned apocalyptic this past week. As I write, areas of Baltimore are still smoldering from thousands of residents rioting and looting their own city. On the Earth's other side, catastrophic death has occurred from a massive earthquake that has nearly leveled Kathmandu, remote areas of Nepal, and crippled rescue efforts to r

POLICE REPORTS

• April 12 at 6:40 p.m.: A counterfeit $20 bill was reported at Discount Drug Mart. • April 15 at 10:44 a.m.: Benjamin Lenczewski was charged with theft. He is suspected of stealing $41,316 worth of tools from Whirlaway Corp. while he worked there, according to a police report. • April 17 at 7:13 p.m.: Police were called to a So

WASHINGTON — When three of his U.S. Supreme Court colleagues said two years ago that same-sex marriage wasn't a constitutional right, Chief Justice John Roberts left himself room to maneuver.
Roberts declined to join that group, and that decision will put him in focus Tuesday when the court hears arguments in a historic clash that may legali

Gay-rights skeptic Roberts urged to make U.S. high court history

WASHINGTON — When three of his U.S. Supreme Court colleagues said two years ago that same-sex marriage wasn't a constitutional right, Chief Justice John Roberts left himself room to maneuver. Roberts declined to join that group, and that decision will put him in focus Tuesday when the court hears arguments in a historic clash that may legali

The hat-and-hug routine with the NFL commissioner that has become a rite of passage for many college football stars on draft night is not for everybody.
The waiting is the hardest part, even for players good enough to be invited to the draft, and some prefer to do it away from the ever-present eyes of a national television audience.
“I know

Staying home

The hat-and-hug routine with the NFL commissioner that has become a rite of passage for many college football stars on draft night is not for everybody. The waiting is the hardest part, even for players good enough to be invited to the draft, and some prefer to do it away from the ever-present eyes of a national television audience. “I know

The hat-and-hug routine with the NFL commissioner that has become a rite of passage for many college football stars on draft night is not for everybody.
The waiting is the hardest part, even for players good enough to be invited to the draft, and some prefer to do it away from the ever-present eyes of a national television audience.
“I know

Ducking the spotlight, some stars decide to skip NFL draft

The hat-and-hug routine with the NFL commissioner that has become a rite of passage for many college football stars on draft night is not for everybody. The waiting is the hardest part, even for players good enough to be invited to the draft, and some prefer to do it away from the ever-present eyes of a national television audience. “I know

Marriages and divorces

MARRIAGES Remey J. Thompson, 29, Lima, and Raydiance S. Brooks, 26, Lima; Cory A. Lott Sr., 46, Lima, and Lashawnda D. Locke, 43, Lima; Logan A. Kehres, 26, Delphos and Samantha K. Laudick, 24, Delphos; Larry D. Patrick Sr., 36, Lima, and Alisha A. Stone, 31, Lima; Terrence J. O'Brien, 66, Lima, and Phyllis F. Holmes, 71, Lima; William J. Hoover,

Amherst Junior High Honor Roll

Seventh Grade Honor Roll Honors: Nicholas Anadiotis, Marissa Anaya, Matthew Arcuri, Shanna Athineos, Hannah Banks, Skyler Bohnert, Elexis Bookmyer, Brandon Bratovich, Alexander Brown, Caitlin Burton, Olivia Correll, Jadyn Crabtree, Joshua Croston Jr., Amanda D'Andrea, Vincenzo Dellipoala, Dominic Deshuk, Marissa Eber, Luke Feakins, Jacob Fitzpatri

WELLINGTON 7TH AND 8TH GRADE HONORS

Seventh Grade High Honor Roll: MiKaliah Godsey, Jordan McKee, Stephanie Zehner. Honor Roll: Eric Benko, Jayden Black, Allissa Boraggina, Jon Bowman, Brandon Bremke, Rachel Bremke, Jenna Calfo, Katlynn Caudill, Brooklinn Damiano, Cassady Dials, Kayleigh Diller, Gabriel Gayheart, Jalen Gibbs,Crystal Goman, Danyelle Goman, Ryan Greene, Cally Hardwic

Two weeks ago I reviewed the dedication of the Nichols Street School on April 3, 1925. I researched the village history and found that the first school in Cardington was opened in 1824, a log cabin built on the south bank of the river just west of where today the railroad crosses the river.
This site was selected because of the near by spring. The

First Cardington School was log cabin

Two weeks ago I reviewed the dedication of the Nichols Street School on April 3, 1925. I researched the village history and found that the first school in Cardington was opened in 1824, a log cabin built on the south bank of the river just west of where today the railroad crosses the river. This site was selected because of the near by spring. The

Lima area high school, college results

High Schools Baseball Crestview 8, Bluffton 2 at Crestview Bluffton `011`000`0`—`2`5`5 Crestview `323`000`X`—`8`7`2 WP– John Krouse (3-0). LP– Dakota Bricker. 2B– Colby Clifton (C); Bricker (B). 3B– Rolsten (C). Records: Crestview 4-6; Bluffton 7-4. Kalida 10, Continental 0 at Kalida Continental `000`





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