INSIDE TODAY iN75 • Get a peek at ProCare Vision Center's new office in this week's iN75. Also, Allison's Custom Jewelry in Sidney displays new merchandise, and the Silver Spoon in Troy gets a new owner. Inside
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They’re making a list City to create vacant property directory BY TOM MILLHOUSE firstname.lastname@example.org After considerable discussion of the issue during recent meetings, Sidney City Council members Monday night directed staff to develop a list of vacant properties. Monday night’s discussion of vacant properties in the city began with a presentation by Barbara Dulworth, community services director, on the rough estimate of the costs associated with de-
veloping a vacant property registry and also costs associated with the possible establishment of a land bank or maintenance-to-ownership program. Dulworth said according to the 2010 Census, there are 9,265 housing units in Sidney and the same year the vacancy rate was 9.4 percent, or 921 vacant units. She said eliminating multi-family apartment complexes “there are approximately 626 properties to target for vacancy registry.” She outlined the costs associated with
staff time for various tasks, such as verifying vacancy, finding the owner of the property or if the property is in foreclosure or bankruptcy, inspection and possibly filing charges if the registry fee is not paid. Dulworth noted a preliminary estimate for staff time required for the full development of a registry program is $105,498. Also presented to council was information on establishing a land bank or See LIST/Page 11A
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DEATHS Obituaries and/or death notices for the following people appear on Pages 3-4A today: • Richard D. Schwartz • Herbert S. Hill • James E. Copeland • Kenneth J. Eiting • Betty A. Barker • Rebecca S. Arling • Pauline Kirk • Robert F. Bridges Jr. • Ralph Brown • William A. Dunkel
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Under investigation One person was transported by CareFlight to Miami Valley Hospital, Dayton, and another person suffered minor injuries when a car and pickup truck collided after one of the drivers went left of center on Ohio 274, a mile west of the intersection of County Road 25A around 5:35 p.m. Tuesday. Responding to the crash were the Shelby County Sheriff’s Office,Anna Rescue and Botkins firefighters. No other information was available at press time.
The process of selecting a new Sidney police chief has been narrowed to four candidates. The hopefuls went an assessment through process Friday. Two current members of the Sidney Police Department — Capt. William P. Balling and Capt. Michael Rosengarten — remain in contention to replace Chief Kevin Gessler, who plans to retire effective May 31. The other two finalists are Ronald Krueger, chief of the Rockledge (Florida) Police Department and Bill D. Press, chief of the Fair Hope (Alabama) Police Department. A fifth candidate, Robert Yawn, captain with the Osceola (Florida) See CHIEF/Page 11A
TODAY’S THOUGHT “All fantasy should have a solid base in reality.” — Max Beerbohm, English critic and essayist (18721956) For more on today in history, turn to Page 5A.
Ninth trip planned for veterans BY MELANIE SPEICHER to the Washington, D.C. The firstname.lastname@example.org trip, which is planned for Sept. 20-22, is primarily for The mission began when a Vietnam War veterans, but group of Shelby County resi- WWII and Korean War veterdents decided it was time for ans, may also apply to go on the county’s World War II vet- the trip. The trip is free for all erans to see the memorial veterans. It costs $355 to send built in their honor in Wash- a veteran on the trip. All costs ington, D.C. for veterans are covered From that first trip in May through donations and 2009, the vision of the Shelby fundraisers. Caregivers and County Veterans to Washing- volunteers pay for their trip. ton, D.C., has grown bigger “Things are coming tothan anyone ever expected. As gether for the trip,” said Jody the WWII veterans had the Prater. “We’ve got the buses opportunity to see their me- line up and the meals for Frimorial, the group decided to day, Saturday and Sunday are open the trip up to Korean done.” War veterans. For the SepWhile on the trip the vetertember 2012 trip, Vietnam ans visit the WWII Memorial, SDN File Photo/Melanie Speicher War veterans were included Korean War Memorial, VietVIETNAM VETERANS, caregivers and volunteers look for for the first time. nam Wall, Arlington National names on the Vietnam Wall during a trip to Washington, D.C. Now the group, led by Ray Cemetery, the Air Force Mein September. The trips are sponsored by Shelby County Vet- and Jody Prater, of Sidney, is morial and the Marine Memoerans to Washington, D.C. preparing for their ninth trip See MISSION/Page 11A
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Police log TUESDAY -2:12 a.m.: trespassing. Officers arrested Patricia Nickels, 22, no address given, for criminal trespass. The incident occurred in the 100 block of South Wilkinson Avenue. MONDAY -10:06 p.m.: arrest. Anita Gross, 31, at large, was arrested for criminal trespass. The arrest was made in the 700 block of Spruce Avenue. -:8:13 p.m.: assault. A Sidney woman told police she was assaulted in the 900 block of Michigan Street. The investigation continues. -10:52 a.m.: contempt. Lonnie E. Dixon, 50, 124 N. Miami Ave., was arrested on a warrant for contempt. -10:12 a.m.: theft. An employee of the Moose Lodge, 1200 Broadway, reported the theft of a Workhorse golf cart valued at $3,000. -9:15 a.m.: arrest. Officers arrested Ronald Reineke, 32, at large, for probation violation and contempt.. -8:54 a.m.: break-in. An employee of Big Hammer Contracting, 100 S. Oak Ave., reported damage to a garage door. Damage was set at $300. -6:58 a.m.: theft. Leona D. Wellbaum, 320 S. Miami Ave., reported the theft of a GPS unit from her vehicle. A window was broken to gain entry. -6:13 a.m.: theft. Brandon M. Ferguson, 1271 Tully Drive, reported someone broke into his vehicle and stole
a radar detector and GPS unit. The items stolen were valued at $450 and damage to the driver’s side window was set at $100. SUNDAY -11:01 p.m.: theft. Brooke Smith, 1510 Spruce Ave., reported someone entered her apartment and stole a television, video game system and video games. Loss was set at $1,220. -10:57 p.m.: theft. Christopher D. Wolford, of Sidney, reported someone broke the driver’s side window of his vehicle and stole a GPS unit while the vehicle was parked near the intersection of Miami Avenue and Water Street. Loss was set at $439. -8:41 p.m.: arrest. Officers arrested Freddy Buss Jr., 24, 1510 Spruce Ave., Apt. 8, for probation violation. The arrest was made in the 300 block of East Court Street. -1:36 p.m.: theft. Morgan A. Smith, 1226 Turner Drive, reported $153 was stolen from her purse while she was at work in the 100 block of East Russell Road. -4:54 p.m.: theft. Leatha M. Schutte, 822 E. Court St., reported her home was entered and two fire safes, $150 cash, two rings and miscellaneous papers were stolen. Total loss was set at $1,460. -1:30 a.m.: arrest. Officers arrested Matthew Royse, 33, no address given, for driving under the influence following a traffic stop in the100 block of St. Marys Road. SATURDAY -10:45 p.m.: minor
injury. A Sidney area resident reported a domestic violence incident at 2400 Michigan St. in which they suffered a minor injury. -10:05 a.m.: vandalism. Derrick E. Moorehead Sr., 620 Michigan St., reported someone damaged the rear wind of his vehicle. Damage was set at $200. At 3:07 p.m. Saturday, Moorhead reported someone damaged the front door of his home. Damage to the door was set at $100. -3:03 a.m.: juvenile charged. Officers charged a 16-year-old boy with prohibitions (underage drinking). FRIDAY -11:06 p.m.: computer damaged. Amber Yingst, 534 Jefferson St., reported her laptop computer, valued at $972, was damaged. -10:07 p.m.: theft. Matt R. Schutte, 2873 N. Kuther Road, reported the theft of $$760 cash from a South Vandemark Road address. -7:32 p.m.: arrest. Officers arrested Gene Agnew, no age given, 500 N. Vandemark Road, Apt. 78, on a warrant for probation violation. -4:53 p.m.: drugs found. Heroin capsules were recovered from two rooms at 420 Folkerth Ave. -4:49 p.m.: theft. Sherilyn R. Schriml, 109 Hill St., reported the theft of a bicycle and tricycle. Loss was set at $120. -10:07 a.m.: theft. Dennis L. Henderson, 920 N. Miami Ave., reported a person entered his garage and stole a drill valued at $79. Henderson said the person
also threatened him.
Accidents Alexis L. Deitz, 17, 11750 Fair Road, was cited for an assured clear distance violation following a two-vehicle accident on Michigan Street at the Interstate 75 interchange at 2:49 p.m. Friday. Deitz was driving west on Michigan Street when her vehicle struck the rear of a vehicle driven by Gary L. Daniels, 59, 319 Michigan St. Both pickup trucks sustained minor damage. • Two cars sustained minor damage in an accident in the 800 block of Fair Road at 2:34 p.m. Friday. Police reports state cars driven by Deron J. Jones, 19, 827 Fair Road, and Rita Belt, 62, 531 S. Highland Ave., were exiting private drives on opposite sides of the street when they collided. The vehicle sustained minor damage. • Mindy Swiger, 28, 726 St. Marys Ave., was cited for a starting and backing violation after an accident in the 800 block of South Main Avenue at 6:39 p.m. Friday. Reports state Swiger was backing her car on Main Avenue when it struck a parked car owned by Jeffrey Wagner, 830 S. Main Ave. Swiger reportedly left the scene and was later located. Swiger’s SUV sustained minor damage and there was no notation on the amount of damage to the Wagner car.
Fire, rescue TUESDAY -5:53 a.m. medical. Medics responded to the 100 block of Independence Court. -2:48 a.m.: medical. Medics responded to the 1000 block of Hayes Street. MONDAY -9:01 p.m.: medical. Medics responded to the 400 block of Folkerth Avenue. -8:51 p.m.: complaint. Firefighters responded to the 2300 block of Collins Drive on an open burning complaint. Nothing was found, -7:55 p.m.: medical. Medics responded to the 700 block of South Miami Avenue. -4:47 p.m. burned food. Firefighters responded to 137 W. Ruth St. and found burned food to be the source of the problem.
-2:55 p.m.: medical. Medics responded to the 1600 block of Campbell Road. -2:37 p.m.: fire alarm. Firefighters responded to a fire alarm at 591 Oakridge Drive. It was a false alarm. -9:31 a.m.: canceled. Medics responded to a call for mutual aid to the Anna Rescue Squad on East Main Street in Anna. The call was canceled en route. -8:05 a.m.: medical. Medics responded to the 200 block of Pomeroy Avenue. -1:28 a.m.: medical. Medics responded to the 1100 block of Apple Blossom Lane. SUNDAY -3:29 p.m.: medical. Medics responded to the 1100 block of Wapakoneta Avenue. -3:07 p.m.: medical. Medics responded to the 500 block of Gearhart Road.
Scrap-metal-drive fundraiser set The Shelby County Junior Fair Board will conduct a scrap-metal-drive fundraiser Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Shelby County Fairgrounds. Donated material can be dropped off at the southwest gate of the fairgrounds by Sidney Middle School (near the horse barns). The scrap metal collected will be brought to a metal recycling center. Money made will be used to help support the Shelby County Junior Fair Board and fair. Items that can be dropped off include brass/copper/aluminum/stainless-steelgrade items, radiators/condensers/heater cores, electric motors (car/truck batteries), catalytic converters (lead, zinc, film), and farm equipment. Items that will not be accepted include hazardous items, tires/rubber, rags/cloths, concrete, paint/aerosol cans, wood and plastics.
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PIQUA — Robert F. Bridges Sr., 72, of Piqua, went to be with the Lord on Sunday, April 7, 2013 at 8:02 a,.m. in Dayton. Funeral services will be held Saturday, April 13, 2013, at the Transformed Life Church, Piqua. Arrangements are under the direction of Melcher-Sowers Funeral Home, Piqua.
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HUBER HEIGHTS — Herbert S. Hill, 74, formerly of Piqua, more recently of Huber Heights, died at 11:30 a.m. Saturday April 6, 2013 at Miami Valley Hospital, Dayton. A service to honor his life will be held Thursday, April 11, 2013, at the Jamieson & Yannucci Funeral Home, Piqua, with the Rev. Thomas Hanover officiating.
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V E R SAILLES — E. James Copeland, 84, of Ve r s a i l l e s, passed away at 11:40 a.m. Sunday, April 7, 2013, at Versailles Health Care Center. James was born May 7, 1928, in Oran, to the late Ancil and Hettie J. (Rayborn) Copeland. James is survived by his son and daughter-inlaw, Denny and Chris Copeland, of Versailles; daughter, Brenda Detrick, of Troy; grandchildren, Shelly Hedrick, Jason Setser, Travis Copeland, Todd Setser, Andrea Wagner, Kimberly Carico and Sean Brookbank; 15 greatgrandchildren; brother and sister-in-law, Robert and Linda Copeland, of Ansonia; and sister, Frances Wilt, of Rockford, Ill. In addition to his parents, James is also preceded in death by his wife, Phyllis Joan (Allread) Copeland on May 8, 2008, who he married January 21, 1950; and a daughter, Deborah Copeland. Jim was a retired truck driver. He was a member of the Versailles
U n i t e d Methodist Church, Farm Power of the Past; Darke County Steam Threshers and was a Golden Eagle member of the Versailles Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie 2347. A funeral service will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday, April 12, 2013, at Bailey Zechar Funeral Versailles, Home, with Pastor Rick Gutheil officiating. Burial will follow in Greenlawn Cemetery in Versailles. The family will receive friends on Thursday from 4 to 8 p.m. and Friday morning from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. at the funeral home. A Lodge of Sorrow service will be held on Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at the funeral home conducted by the Versailles Fraternal Order of Eagles. Memorial contributions may be made to Versailles United Methodist Church. Condolences for the family may be expressed through www.zecharbailey.com
Kenneth J. Eiting MINSTER — Kenneth J. Eiting, of Minster, passed away peacefully from a sudden illness on Saturday, April 6, 2013. He was born Aug. 2, 1933, and was married to the late Irma (Klosterman) Eiting. Ken is survived by his children and their spouses, grandchildren great-grandchiland dren. Tim and Kristy Eiting, of New Bremen, and their children Matt, Craig and Tyler. Linda and Dave Garke, of Coldwater, and their children Rebecca, Ashley and Greg, Jacob and Melissa and great-grandchildren Luka and Graclyn. Nick Eiting, of Anna and Vickie and Jeff Wuebker, of McCartyville and their children Ben and Kyle. Also surviving is a sister Ethel Joyce, of Vandalia and a special friend and long-time companion Barbara Ott, of Findlay. He was proceeded in death by a brother and
two sisters. Ken was a member of the St. Augustine Parish, The Brown Swiss Association, a veteran of the Korean War, Firing Squad for the American Legion and a past member of the Minster Historical Society. His gift of giving continues as both Ken and Irma have been committed in the area of medicine and have offered themselves for study at Wright State University School of Medicine. No viewing will be held. A Mass will be held on Thursday, April 11, 2013, at St. Augustine Church, Minster, at 10:30 a.m. An informal gathering of family and friends will begin at 9 a.m. At that time, flowers will be accepted to beautify the church in his memory. All donations in his name will be given to the Firing Squad of the American Legion.
Pauline Kirk MIDDLETOWN — Pauline Kirk, 85, of Middletown, passed away Sunday, April 7, 2013, with her family by her side. She was born March 9, 1928, in Frenchburg, Ky., the daughter of Joseph Gideon “Doc” and Anna Eliza Blevins. She was a member of Stratford Heights Church of God. Preceding her in death were her parents; her husband, Philip in 2003; seven brothers, Herbert, James, Robert, Clarence. Charles and Kenneth, twin brother, Paul; and one sister, Mary. She is survived by four children, Sue (Bill) Feezor, Brenda F. (David) Kohlhorst, Keith (Marcia) Kirk and
Kevin (Amy Elifritz) Kirk; one brother, Fred (Verdina) Blevins; seven grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; and one great-greatgrandchild. A visitation will be held Thursday, April 11, 2013, from noon to 2 p.m. at BakerStevens-Parramore Funeral Home. A celebration of life service will follow on Thursday at 2 p.m. at the funeral home. Interment will be at Woodside Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Hospice of Dayton, 324 Wilmington Avenue, Dayton, OH 45420. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.bakerstevensparramore.com.
Betty A. Barker Betty A. Barker, 83, of 214 Cherokee Drive, Sidney, passed away Monday, April 8, 2013, at 5:45 a.m. at her home. She was born on Jan. 16, 1930, in Sidney, the daughter of the late Chester and Ruth (Young) Davis. On Oct. 24, 1948, she married Donald E. Barker, who preceded her in death March 27, 1996. She is survived by four children, Rodney B. Barker and wife Brenda, of Marysville, Deborah Pitts and husband Gary, of Piqua, Jill Barker, of Columbus and Erin Barker of Somerset, Calif.; siblings, Merrill Davis, of Piqua, and Richard Davis, of Arkansas; four grandchildren; and six greatgrandchildren. Mrs. Barker was a homemaker, and also enjoyed working for the former Garlow Catering, and the Montgomery Ward Company in the catalog department. She spent a number of years
volunteering for Shelby the County Historical Society. She was a member of Pleiades 298 Chapter Order of the Eastern Star, and St. Paul’s United Church of Christ. To celebrate the life of Betty, a graveside service will be held Friday, April 12, 2013, at 11 a.m. at Pearl Cemetery in Swanders, with the Rev. Joe F. Pumphrey officiating. There will be no public visitation prior to the graveside service. Arrangements are in the care of Cromes Funeral Home, 302 S. Main Ave, Sidney. In lieu of flowers, the family respectfully requests that memorials be made to Wilson Hospice Care, 1081 Fairington Drive, Sidney, in memory of Betty A. Barker. Guestbook condolences and expressions of sympathy may be made to the Barker family at www.cromesfh.com.
Rebecca S. Arling OSGOOD — Rebecca S. Arling, 50 of 325 Bohman Road, Osgood, died at 11:08 a.m. Monday, April 8, 2013, at Miami Valley Hospital. She was born Dec. 21, 1962, in Coldwater, to the late Richard E. and Bernice I. (Fortkamp) Poling. Her mother survives in Coldwater. She married Frank J. “Wills” Arling on April 11, 1987, in Burkettsville. He survives in Osgood. She is also survived by children Jacob, Brandon and Hannah, all at home; brothers and sisters, Steve and Teresa Poling, of St. Henry, Karen and Ken Davis, of Dublin, Kevin and Theresa Poling, of Keller, Texas, Mary Beth and Steve Rosenbeck, of Chickasaw, Melissa and Mike Stucke, of Tipp City. She was preceded in death by an infant brother Kenneth. She was a member of St. Nicholas Catholic
Church, Osgood, St. Barbara Ladies Sodality of the church, CCD past teacher, a member of the funeral choir and church lector. She was with the Osgood Life Squad for seven years, was a cashier for Arling Evers Auctioneers and a reflexologist. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10:30 Friday, April 12, 2013, at St. Nicholas Catholic Church, Osgood, with the Rev. David Zink, celebrant. Burial will take place in St. Martin Cemetery, Osgood. Friends may call at the Hogenkamp Funeral Home, Minster, from 2 to 8 p.m. Thursday, April 11, 2013, and from 9 to 10 a.m Friday, April 12. Memorials may be made to Osgood Rescue Squad. Condolences may be made at the funeral home’s website, www.hogenkampfh.com.
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Health department, townships to hold cleanup day Saturday The Sidney-Shelby County Health Department, in conjunction with Van Buren and Washington township officials, will provide solid waste trucks for by Shelby County residents during a cleanup day set Saturday from 8 a.m. to noon p.m. Trucks will be at the Van Buren Township building in Kettlersville and the Washington Township building at 2562 Hardin-Wapakoneta Road. Health Department officials report items being accepted include household garbage and trash, large-item trash and junk. Items that will not be accepted are tires, herbicides and pesticides, refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, yard waste, batteries and liquids. For more information contact Kent Topp, director of environmental health with the Health Department, 498-7249.
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William A. Dunkel RUSSIA â€” William A. Dunkel, 90, of Road, Russia Russia, went to be with his Lord and Savior at 9:05 a.m. Tuesday April 9, 2013, at Versailles Health Care. He was born Nov. 24, 1922, in Mount Carmel, Ill., and was raised in Fort Branch, Ind., by the late Peter and Rose (Anslinger) Dunkel. Bill was truly blessed when he married his first wife, Marcella Monnin, on Sept. 10, 1947, and she preceded him in death on May 22, 2001. He was again blessed by his second marriage to Carol (Monnin) Sherman on Jan. 8, 2005. She survives in Russia. Bill is also survived by children, Jacqueline and Victor Stuffel, of Muncie, Ind., Barbara and Harry Crego, of Huber Heights, Mark and Mary Dunkel, of Mentor, Janel Grillot, of Russia, Suzette and Marvin Smith, of Troy, Angie and Dan Lachat, of Russia and Tina and Doug Ike, of Houston; stepchildren, Joan and Ed Grilliot, of Versailles, Cindy Webster, of Sidney, Sandy and Gary Meyer, of Troy, Chris Baugher, of Russia, Doug and Terri Sherman, of Piqua, Mark and Cheryl Sherman, of Sidney and Pat and Sheri Sherman, of Russia; 21 grandchildren; 27 stepgrandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren; 37 stepgreat-grandchildren; one stepgreatgreat-grandchild; brother, George and Juanita Dunkel, of Fort Branch, Ind.; sister, Carol Harrington, of Indianapolis, Ind.; ad
brother-in-law, Allen Perkins, of Fort Branch, Ind. He was preceded in death by two sisters, Dorothy Blair Bonnie and Perkins. He was a member of St. Remy Catholic Church, Russia, a fourth-degree Knight of the Knights of Columbus, Russia, the CWV, the American Legion, Sidney, and of the Tankers Association. He was a corporal in the U.S. Marine Corps during World War II and proudly served in the Pacific Theatre as a radio man and in the Tank Division. He started Akerue Electronics as well as Electronics Dayton Alarm and Signal installing burglar and fire alarms, and retired from Wells Fargo Alarm Service. In his later years, he was also able to fulfill his dream of being a cattle farmer and founded The Someday Farm. He was a devoted husband, father, and grandfather and was an inspiration to all of his family. Semper Fi. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday, April 12, 2013, at St. Remy Catholic Church with the Rev. Frank Amberger, celebrant. Burial will follow at St. Remy Cemetery. Friends may call at Hogenkamp Funeral Home, Russia, on Thursday, April 11, 2013, from 2 to 8 p.m. and on Friday from 9 to 10 a.m. Condolences may be made at the funeral homeâ€™s website, www.hogenkampfh.com.
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Inmates restricted CONNEAUT (AP) â€” Nearly 500 inmates have been restricted to their bunks following two weekend fights, while a report Tuesday criticized the privately operated prison for overcrowding it says is causing an in-
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Boehner presses Wanted: sex for specifics offender CINCINNATI (AP) â€” U.S House Speaker John Boehner said Tuesday that he wants a coherent plan and more specifics from the head of the Department of Veterans Affairs on what is being done to reduce the growing backlog of veteransâ€™ disability claims. Boehner, R-Ohio, sent his second letter in a little over a month to VA Secretary Eric Shinseki, repeating concerns over VA efforts to address the claims and asking that Shinseki â€œquickly provide specific informationâ€? on efforts to address the backlog and to improve accuracy in rating claims. With thousands of veterans waiting on claim decisions and an estimated 1 million service members expected to become veterans in the next five years, â€œthe time for the VA to fix this
is now,â€? problem Boehner said in a statement. Saying the VA has noted that 4.7 million claims must be adjudicated in the next 32 months to meet Shinsekiâ€™s goals, Boehner wrote that he is concerned that appropriate short-term benchmarks havenâ€™t been set for reaching the long-term goals. He wants specific benchmarks, deadlines and progress measurements from the VA. The speakerâ€™s latest letter follows one he sent in February asking Shinseki to explain what is being done. Boehner had asked for information including the time frame for converting the VAâ€™s old paper files to digital ones and what the VA has done to reduce how long veterans wait for final decisions on their claims.
Amish leader loses bid for release CINCINNATI (AP) â€” The leader of a group of 16 Amish men and women found guilty of hate crimes for cutting the hair and beards of fellow members of their faith lost his request Tuesday to be released from prison while he appeals his conviction and sentencing. Federal Judge Dan Aaron Polster ruled that Samuel Mullet Sr. still poses a threat to his Amish community because of his leadership power within it and that arguments in his forthcoming appeal do not raise substantial questions of law. Mullet is serving 15 years in prison stem-
ming from the 2011 eastern Ohio attacks, which were meant to shame fellow Amish accused of straying from strict religious interpretations. Fifteen others convicted in the case were sentenced to one to seven years in prison. In his ruling Tuesday, Polster quoted himself from Mulletâ€™s February sentencing hearing in explaining why he thinks Mullet poses a danger to his followers. â€œThey listen to you. They respect you,â€? Polster said. â€œAnd they follow what you say or what they think you want them to do, and I think they would do it today.â€?
Jeffery Bryant PIQUA â€” Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is asking for the publicâ€™s help locating a sexually oriented offender who has been livBryant ing â€œat largeâ€? since last year. Jeffery Bryant, 47, last registered his address as 109 Mound St., Piqua, in December 2010. He has been listed as living â€œat largeâ€? since April 2012, and the Miami County Sheriff â€™s Office issued a warrant for his arrest the following month. According to public records, Bryant was convicted of the rape of a juvenile female in 1998 and was released from custody in 2003. Bryant is wanted on a charge of failure to provide a change of address. He previously registered his vehicle as being a 1992 Red Cadillac Deville with the
Ohio license plate FA16BM. Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Bryant should contact the Miami County Sheriff â€™s Office or the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI) at (855) BCI-OHIO (855224-6446). The suspectâ€™s photograph and vital information are below and can also be downloaded on the Ohio Attorney Generalâ€™s Website. This news release is part of DeWineâ€™s Crimes Against Children Initiative. As part of the Crimes Against Children Initiative, DeWine will publicize convicted sex offenders who have victimized children and are wanted on outstanding warrants. Other parts of the initiative include the establishment of a Crimes Against Children Unit at BCI, creation of a rapid response team for crimes against children, and specialized law enforcement training through BCI and the Peace Officer Ohio Training Academy (OPOTA).
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A Sidney man facing a drug charge appeared in Sidney Municipal Court on Monday. Michael Elliot, 39, 816 Broadway, has been charged with possession of drugs, a fifth-degree felony. He allegedly possessed heroin following a traffic stop by Sidney police at Miami Avenue and Court Street on Thursday. Elliot posted bond. His preliminary hearing was set for Tuesday. Matthew Royse, 33, 18133 State Route 119, Maplewood, faces a felony charge after he was arrested on his fourth driving under the influence violation Sunday on St. Marys Avenue. Royse also was charged with driving under suspension/restrictions, speeding and not driving COLUMBUS (AP) â€” Income tax cuts are in. within lanes. He posted bond. His case was continued until Medicaid expansion is out. 6. May More money for schools is in. A sales tax on services is out. Those are among dozens of judgment calls contained in an Ohio House rewrite of the two-year Tax Preparation Service (over 20 years experience) state budget introduced Tuesday. The Republican-led chamberâ€™s answer to GOP EZ $40, Short $70, Long $90 per hour Gov. John Kasichâ€™s spending blueprint spends about Includes Federal, State & School $2 billion less while retaining a 7 percent permaâ€˘ Choose no out of pocket costs...ask your preparer â€˘ nent income-tax reduction statewide and removing Hours 9-9 M-F, Sat 9-5 â€˘ Walk-ins welcome tax increases on professional services and drilling. Kasich has proposed a two-year budget plan of 937-778-0436 â€˘ 523 N. Main St., Piqua about $63.2 billion, beginning July 1. The Houseâ€™s $1.5 billion income-tax reduction over two years is less than the 20 percent Kasich Enjoy the convenience of home delivery had originally proposed, and excludes the goverCall 498-5939 or 1-800-688-4820, ext. 5939 We accept norâ€™s proposed small-business tax cut.
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NATION/WORLD TODAY IN HISTORY BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Wednesday, April 10, the 100th day of 2013. There are 265 days left in the year. Today’s Highlight in History: On April 10, 1963, the fast-attack nuclear submarine USS Thresher (SSN593) sank during deep-diving tests east of Cape Cod, Mass., in a disaster that claimed 129 lives. On this date: • In 1790, President George Washington signed into law the first United States Patent Act. • In 1866, the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals was incorporated. • In 1912, the RMS Titanic set sail from Southampton, England, on its ill-fated maiden voyage. • In 1925, the novel “The Great Gatsby,” by F. Scott Fitzgerald, was first published. • In 1932, German president Paul Von Hindenburg was re-elected in a runoff, with Adolf Hitler coming in second. • In 1947, Brooklyn Dodgers president Branch Rickey purchased the contract of Jackie Robinson from the Montreal Royals. • In 1953, the 3-dimensional horror movie “House of Wax,” produced by Warner Bros. and starring Vincent Price, premiered in New York. • In 1957, Egypt reopened the Suez Canal to all shipping traffic. (The canal had been closed due to wreckage resulting from the Suez Crisis.) • In 1962, United States Steel Chairman Roger Blough informed President John F. Kennedy of his company’s decision to raise steel prices an average of $6 a ton. (Under administration pressure, Blough changed his mind.) • In 1974, Golda Meir told party leaders she was resigning as prime minister of Israel. • In 1998, the Northern Ireland peace talks concluded as negotiators reached a landmark settlement to end 30 years of bitter rivalries and bloody attacks. • In 2010, Polish President Lech Kaczynski, 60, was killed in a plane crash in western Russia that also claimed the lives of his wife and top Polish political, military and church officials.
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Clinton lured to Twitter NEW YORK (AP) — Bill Clinton is now on Twitter, albeit without a very presidential name. Stephen Colbert lured the former president to the social networking site on “The Colbert Report” on Monday, signing him up with the handle PrezBillyJeff. Clinton dictated his first message to Colbert, who typed: “Just spent an amazing time with Colbert! Is he sane? He is cool!” Whether Clinton would continue to use the account is uncertain. Colbert’s hand is clearly in the account’s bio, too. It reads: “Stephen Colbert is my BFF.” By Tuesday morning, the account had amassed nearly 50,000 followers and was climbing fast. Colbert interviewed Clinton not in his New York studio, but at the annual Clinton Global Initiative University gathering in St. Louis. The interview had been taped on Saturday.
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Thatcher rejected feminist label LONDON (AP) — She was Britain’s first female leader, a strong woman who battled her way to the top of a maledominated political system — but don’t call Margaret Thatcher a feminist. The former prime minister, who died Monday aged 87, rejected the label — “I owe nothing to women’s lib,” she once said — and she leaves a contested legacy for women. For some, she was an inspiration who showed that anything was possible. For others, she was an individualist who got to the top and pulled the ladder up behind her. Meryl Streep, who won an Academy Award last year for playing Thatcher in “The Iron Lady,” said that although some of Thatcher’s ideas could be seen as “wrongheaded or misguided,” her legacy for women was huge. “To have given women and girls around the world reason to supplant fantasies of being princesses with a different dream: the real-life option of leading their nation; this was groundbreaking and admirable,” Streep said. But Wendy Webster, professor of modern cultural history at the University of Huddersfield, said Thatcher regarded herself as a one-off who owed nothing to feminism. “She didn’t see her career as having grown out of any kind of movements,” said Webster, author of a feminist analysis of the British leader, “Margaret Thatcher: Not a Man to Match Her.” “She saw herself as a unique individual who had made it through her own talent and her own determination.” Few would downplay the hurdles Thatcher overcame as a grocer’s daughter from a provincial town making her
Margaret Thatcher Britain's first female prime minister was the most loved and hated politician of her time. Oct. 13, 1925 Margaret Hilda Roberts is born in Grantham, Lincolnshire, in central England.
2008 Daughter Carol reveals dementia has stricken her mother in a memoir. Margaret Roberts works as a research chemist in 1950. AP Photo
1943-47 Roberts studies chemistry at Oxford University. Feb. 23, 1950 Roberts loses in her first run for Parliament as the Conservative candidate. Oct. 8, 1959 On her third try, Thatcher is elected to Parliament. June 20, 1970 She becomes education secretary. Feb. 11, 1975 She leads the Tories, first woman to head a major British party. January 1976 Soviet newspaper condemns Thatcher, as “the Iron Lady.”
Thatcher and Reagan in 1982. AP Photo
April 1982 Argentina invades the Falkland Islands. Thatcher dispatches a force to recover the islands. Argentina surrenders in June.
Nov. 28, 1990 Thatcher offers her resignation to Queen Elizabeth II.
way in Britain’s macho, patrician Conservative Party. Though she was a graduate of Oxford University — in chemistry, then an unusual field for a woman — she had to fight to be selected as a parliamentary candidate, and her victory in a Conservative Party leadership contest in 1975 was a shock. She wasn’t the first woman to head a
“We’re living in a fear-based environment right now,” says Kim First, CEO of The Agency Worldwide, a recruiting firm for pharmaceutical and biotech companies. Those who do have jobs these days are unlikely to lose them. Layoffs have sunk to a pre-recession level. But First says that companies feel they can’t afford to take a risk by hiring someone who doesn’t appear to be an ideal fit for the job they’ve advertised. “They are really reluctant to make that leap of faith,” she says. Companies “need someone to come in and hit the ground running.” The Labor Department said Tuesday that the number of job openings rose 8.7 percent in February from January to a seasonally adjusted 3.93 million. That was the most since
April 8, 2013 Thatcher dies of a stroke.
Thatcher before she resigns. AP Photo/Martin Cleaver
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Schumer, D-N.Y., told reporters late Tuesday that a deal was close. A Toomey aide said the same, speaking on condition of anonymity to discuss closeddoor bargaining. An agreement on background checks — the cornerstone of Obama’s plan to restrict firearms — could boost bipartisan support for the overall effort, at least initially, because Manchin and Toomey are among their parties’ most conservative members. But the ultimate fate of gun legislation remains unclear, clouded by opposition from many Republicans and moderate Democrats in the Democratic-led Senate and the GOP-run House. The emerging deal would expand required federal background checks to sales at gun shows and online, but exempt transactions like face-to-face, non-commercial purchases, said several Senate aides and lobbyists who spoke on condition of anonymity to describe the private talks. Currently, the checks are required only for sales through licensed gun dealers. On the Senate floor, Reid pointed to a poster-sized photo of a white picket fence that had slats bearing the names of the Newtown victims.
2012 Meryl Streep wins an Oscar for her portrayal of Thatcher in “The Iron Lady.”
March 12, 1984 Mineworkers union begins a 51-week strike, returning to work without a settlement under Thatcher’s effort to crush unions.
modern government, but she was one of the first who was not the daughter or widow of a male leader. “We should never forget that the odds were stacked against her,” Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday. “She was the shopkeeper’s daughter from Grantham who made it all the way to the highest office in the land.”
Man kills 13 in rampage VELIKA IVANCA, Serbia (AP) — He went from house to house in the village at dawn, cold-bloodedly gunning down his mother, his son, a 2-year-old cousin and 10 other neighbors. Terrified residents said if a police patrol car hadn’t shown up, they all would have been dead. Police said they knew of no motive yet in the carnage Tuesday that left six men, six women and a child dead in Velika Ivanca, a Serbian village 50 kilometers (30 miles) southeast of Belgrade. After the rampage, police said suspect Ljubisa Bogdanovic, a 60-year-old who saw action in one of the bloodiest sieges of the Balkan wars, turned his gun on himself and his wife as authorities closed in. Both were in grave condition at a hospital in the Serbian capital. In the small lush village surrounded by fruit trees, the suspect’s older brother Radmilo broke down in tears, unable to explain why the massacre had happened. “Why did he do it? … I still can’t believe it,” he said sobbing, covering his face with his hands. “He was a model of honesty.”
NKorean capital shows calm, not panic PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) — Scores of North Koreans of all ages planted trees as part of a forestation campaign — armed with shovels, not guns. In the evening, women in traditional dress danced in the plazas to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the late leader Kim Jong Il’s appointment to a key defense post. Despite more warnings from their leaders of impending nuclear war, people in the capital gave no sense of panic. Chu Kang Jin, a Pyongyang resident, said everything is calm in the city. “Everyone, including me, is determined to turn out as one to fight for national reunification … if the enemies spark a
U.S. companies posting more jobs WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. employers have more job openings than at any other time in nearly five years. That’s in part because they seem in no hurry to fill them. And it helps explain why the job market remains tight and unemployment high. Even as openings have surged 11 percent in the past year, the number of people hired each month has declined. Why so many openings yet so few hires? Economists point to several factors: Some unemployed workers lack the skills employers want. Some companies may not be offering enough pay. And staffing firms and employment experts say that in a still-fragile economy, many businesses seem hesitant to commit to new hires. They appear to be holding out for the perfect candidate.
June 26, 1992 She becomes Baroness Thatcher of Kesteven, is elevated to the House of Lords. March 22, 2002 Thatcher announces the end of public speaking after a series of small strokes.
Showdown gun control vote set for Thursday WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate’s top Democrat has set Congress’ first showdown vote for Thursday on President Barack Obama’s gun control drive as a small but mounting number of Republicans appear willing to buck a conservative effort to prevent debate from even beginning. Majority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada announced his decision Tuesday as the White House, congressional Democrats and relatives of the victims of December’s mass shooting in Newtown, Conn., amped up pressure on GOP lawmakers to allow debate and votes on gun control proposals. Twenty first-graders and six educators were gunned down at Sandy Hook Elementary School, turning gun control into a top-tier national issue. Meanwhile, participants from both parties said a bipartisan deal was imminent on expanding required federal background checks to gun purchases conducted at gun shows and online. The two chief negotiators, Sens. Joe Manchin, DW.Va., and Patrick Toomey, R-Pa., were expected to announce the compromise on Wednesday. Manchin and Sen. Chuck
May 4, 1979 Thatcher becomes Britain’s first female prime minister.
May 2008. At the same time, companies hired a seasonally adjusted 4.4 million people, just 2.8 percent more than in January. And hiring remained lower than it was a year ago, when it was nearly 4.5 million. The figures suggest that the Great Recession may have transformed the job market in ways that economists still don’t fully understand. Normally, more openings lead, over time, to stronger hiring and steadily lower unemployment. Yet in May 2008, when job openings were as numerous as they are now, the unemployment rate was 5.4 percent. Now, it’s 7.6 percent. And in 2007, before the recession began, employers were hiring an average of 5.2 million people a month — 15 percent more than in February this year.
war,” he added, using nationalist rhetoric common among many North Koreans when speaking to the media. The North’s latest warning, issued by its Asia-Pacific Peace Committee, urged foreign companies and tourists to leave South Korea. “The situation on the Korean Peninsula is inching close to a thermonuclear war due to the evermore undisguised hostile actions of the United States and the South Korean puppet warmongers and their moves for a war against” North Korea, the statement said Tuesday. There was no sign of an exodus of foreign companies or tourists from South Korea.
Student arrested CYPRESS, Texas (AP) — A student went on a building-tobuilding stabbing attack at a Texas community college Tuesday, wounding at least 14 people — many in the face and neck — before being subdued and arrested, authorities and witnesses said. The attack about 11:20 a.m. on the Lone Star Community College System’s campus in Cypress sent at least 12 people to hospitals, while several others refused treatment at the scene, according to Cy-Fair Volunteer Fire Department spokesman Robert Rasa. Two people remained in critical condition Tuesday evening at Memorial Hermann Texas Trauma Institute, spokeswoman Alex Rodriguez said. Diante Cotton, 20, said he was sitting in a cafeteria with some friends when a girl clutching her neck walked in, yelling, “He’s stabbing people! He’s stabbing people!”
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This Evening • The Narcotics Anonymous group, Labor of Love, meets at 6:30 p.m. at First Christian Church, 320 E. Russell Road. • Lima Chronic Pain Support Group meets from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. on West High Street, Suite 150, in the Outpatient Rehabilitation Center/Conference Room, the meeting is free and family members are welcome. For more information, contact Linda Chartrand at (419) 226-9802 or email at email@example.com. • Ladies Auxiliary VFW meets at 7 p.m. at the VFW Hall, 2841 Wapakoneta Ave.
Thursday Morning • Upper Valley Medical Center hosts a Mom and Baby Get Together group from 9:30 to 11 a.m. in the Farm House on the center campus. The meeting is facilitated by the lactation department. The group offers the opportunity to meet with other moms, share about being a new mother and learn about breastfeeding and the baby. For information, call (937) 440-4906. • New Bremen Public Library will host Storytime at 10:30 a.m. Registration required. • Heritage Manor Skilled Nursing and Rehab in Minster offers free bingo and lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Smith, Stewart to wed TROY — Samantha Lynn Smith and Andrew Wesley Stewart, both of Troy, have announced their engagement and plans to marry June 21, 2014, in the Holy Angels Catholic Church in Sidney. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Angela Smith and Michael Yager, both of Piqua. She graduated from Piqua High School in 2002 and Stewart/Smith is employed by Advance Composites. Her fiance is the son of Vance and Linda Stewart, of Sidney. He is a 2008 graduate of Anna High School and a 2012 graduate of Ohio State University. He is employed by Edward Jones.
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• The Narcotics Anonymous group, Addicts at Work, meets at noon at St. John’s Lutheran Church, 120 W. Water St. • PERI meets at noon for lunch at Fairhaven Nursing Home. Presentations will be made by Anita Miller, Fairhaven administrator, and a county commissioner.
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Thursday Evening • The Kids Lego Builders Club meets at the New Bremen Public Library at 6 p.m. All ages welcome. • The Narcotics Anonymous group, All in the Family, meets at 7 p.m. at First United Methodist Church, 230 Poplar St. • Shelby County Coin Club meets at 7:15 p.m. at First Church of God on Campbell Road. Meetings are open to anyone interested in coin collecting. There is a business session, program, awarding of attendance prizes for members, refreshments and a coin auction. • The Fort Rowdy Gathering committee meets at 7:30 p.m. in the Covington City Building.
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• Hope in Recovery, similar to traditional 12-step programs to confront destructive habits and behaviors, meets at the First Presbyterian Church, 114 E. 4th St., Greenville, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. For more information, call (937) 548-9006. • The Narcotics Anonymous group, Staying Clean for the Weekend, meets at 7 p.m. at First United Methodist Church, 230 E. Poplar St.
Saturday Morning • Agape Mobile Rural Food Pantry Distribution, in Botkins, 9 to 11 a.m. • Agape Mobile Rural Food Pantry Distribution, in Anna, 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Saturday Afternoon • Women Walking in the Word meets at 1 p.m. at the Mount Zion House of Prayer, 324 Grove St. Use the rear entrance. • The Piqua Public Library, 116 W. High St., host the Lego Club from 2 to 4 p.m. Advance registration is necessary by calling (937) 773-6753.
Saturday Evening • Lumber Company Baseball hosts fundraising bingo to support the children on the teams. Doors open at 4 p.m. and games begin at 7 p.m. at Sunset Bingo, 1710 W. High St., Piqua. $20 to play all night. For information, call (937) 543-9959. • Shelby County Deer Hunters holds its monthly Saturday Night Trap Shoot at 7988 Johnston-Slagle Road beginning at 6:30 p.m., 10 birds. Program starts at 8 p.m., 50 birds, long run, handicapped and Lewis class. Open to the public. • The Sidney-Shelby County Chess Club Checkmates meets at 7 p.m. at the library at the Dorothy Love Retirement Community. All skill levels are welcome. For more information, call 497-7326. • The Narcotics Anonymous group, Saturday Night Live, meets at 8 p.m. at St. John’s Lutheran Church, 120 W. Water St.
Sunday Evening • Lumber Company Baseball hosts fundraising bingo to support the children on the teams. Doors open at 4 p.m. and games begin at 7 p.m. at Sunset Bingo, 1710 W. High St., Piqua. $20 to play all night. For information, call (937) 543-9959. To access the Community Calendar online, visit www.sidneydailynews.com, click on “Living” and then on “Calendar.”
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Library plans computer class WAPAKONETA — Computer classes and computer assistance will soon be offered at all six of the Auglaize County Public District Library System locations. Fred Miller Jr. has joined the system as IT services manager. A graduate of Rhodes State College, Miller has more than 12 years of experience working in the computer and IT field. He will provide assistance and classes to library patrons. Computer classes are scheduled to begin in May. All classes will be free to the public. The first class will be “Computer Basics For All Ages.” It will be offered at the New Bremen Public Library on May 20 at 5 p.m., at the New Knoxville Public Library on May 30 at 5:30 p.m. and at the Francis J. Stallo Memorial Library in Minster on May 13 at
5:30 p.m. Upcoming classes will range from computer basics, How to Download eBooks to eReaders, Navigating Windows 8, Facebook for Beginners, Tracking Online Social Security Accounts, Starting in Social Media, Accessing the Library from Home, and more. Computer Help times will be scheduled starting in April. People who have computer questions, who need help finding information online or setting up an email account can stop in during the scheduled “Computer Help” times and ask for assistance. Visit the website, www.auglaize.oplin.com, and click on “What’s Happening” to view the latest listings of events. To register for computer classes, call the library where the class will be held.
application forms from their high school guidance counselors and mail them prior to May 1 as directed on the application form. This is the 16th year the retired teachers
group has sponsored a scholarship program and the 12th year at the $500 level. It is funded through donations and sales. For information, call Kent Smith at 492-3336.
for future use. The avocado will keep fresh for days, without turning the dark-brown yucky color, and the taste isn’t changed by the lime juice. — Linda in Tyler, Texas BUTTER STORAGE Dear Heloise: I like soft butter when making toast. Is it safe to keep butter out on the counter, or must it be refrigerated? — Nancy P. in New Jersey Well, Nancy, you can keep butter at room temperature for a short period of time, but long term, be sure to refrigerate. Especially when on sale, buy some extra butter and store it in the freezer, but be sure to first wrap it in foil or freezer-safe bags. In the refrigerator, be sure to keep the butter tightly wrapped or in a covered dish to prevent it from collecting odors from
other foods. — Heloise FREEZING BREAD Dear Heloise: I like to buy fresh bread from the bakery because I like larger slices. I slice the bread myself and put it in the freezer. However, when I just wanted two slices, the bread was all frozen and would not separate. So, I put a piece of wax paper between every two slices, and the problem was solved. The wax paper made it easy to remove only two slices at a time. — Sam G. in California Send a money-saving or timesaving hint to Heloise, P.O. Box 795000, San Antonio, TX 782795000, or you can fax it to 1-210-HELOISE or email it to Heloise@Heloise.com. I can’t answer your letter personally but will use the best hints received in my column.
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BOTKINS — Ida Mae Craft, of Botkins, will celebrate her 90th birthday at an open house hosted by her family and Larry and Katy Doseck, Sunday, April 14, 2013,
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• A.J. Wise Library in Fort Loramie hosts storyThe Shelby County time for children 3 1/2 and older at 10:30 a.m. To Retired Teachers Associregister, call 295-3155. • The New Knoxville Community Library hosts ation is accepting applications for its annual story time from 10:30 to 11 a.m. through scholarship Friday Afternoon May 1. • Sidney Gateway Hi 12 Club No. 482, meets at To be eligible, a stunoon at the Sidney American Legion on Fourth Avdent must be enrolled enue. All Master Masons are invited.
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Home school info session set NEW BREMEN — Classical Conversations, an educational service company for home school families, will host a free parent information meeting on Friday from 10 to 11:30 a.m. at the New Bremen Coffee Co.,107 W. Monroe St. Classical Conversations joins experienced home school tutors with families interested in using a Christian, classical model of education. Classical Conversations offers a variety of services including a complete curriculum for students For photo reprints, visit www.sidneydailynews.com
‘Guys and Dolls’ Millie Wildenhaus (l-r), 18, as Sarah Brown, Danny Davis, 18, as Sky Masterson and Patrick Blenmen, 17, as Arvide Abernathy rehearse a scene from the musical “Guys and Dolls” Monday at Lehman Catholic High School. They and other cast members will perform the production at the school at 7 p.m. Thursday and at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Wildenhaus is the daughter of Donna Wildenhaus and John Wildenhaus, of Piqua. Davis is the son of Beth and Greg Larger, of Sidney. Blenman is the son of Melissa and Frank Blenman, of Sidney.
Miami Valley Council recognizes Scouts DAYTON — The Boy of America Scouts Miami Valley Council recently presented awards to people in the Shelby District during the district’s annual dinner. Receiving awards were the following: Randy Seeger, of Sidney, with Pack 97, the Spark Plug Award for igniting a spark within the district or with a unit. Chris Burmeister, of Botkins, with Troop 98, the Key Three Award for keeping the district operating smoothly. The Shelby County United Way and Eagles Lodge No. 1403, Hall of Fame Awards for rendering outstanding service to the Boy Scouts of America. Chuck Craynon, of Sidney, with Troop 97, the Bridge Builders Award for bridging the gap between adults and scouts and appreciation.
Derwin and Karen Sanford, of Sidney, with Troop 66 and Pack 124, the Couple of the Year for making scouting a family affair. Sharon Billing, of Anna, with Pack 301, and Rick Sailor, of Jackson Center, with Pack 90, Newcomer’s Awards for exemplifying the scouting spirit and being new to scouting. Ron Wiford, of Sidney, with Pack 97, the Lead by Example Award for exemplifying the principle of leadership. Steve Akers, of Sidney, with Troop 66, the Scoutmaster of the Year, for outstanding service of two years or more. Ernest Shaw, of Sidney, with Pack 124, the Cubmaster of the Year, for outstanding service of two years or more. Charles Edelen, of Sidney, with Troop 95, the Committee Chair-
Applefest forms on website Organizers of the 11th annual Applefest, scheduled for Sept. 6-8 in downtown Sidney, have announced that entry forms for contests are now available on the festival’s website, www.ShelbyApplefest.co m. The Entry Forms section of the website has
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man of the Year, for outstanding service for two years or more. Wayne Bray, of Sidney, with Troop 66, the Chartered Organization Representative of the Year, for outstanding service for two years or more. Dale Wical, of Anna, a district commissioner, the District Award of Merit, for outstanding service at the district level.
that includes weekly tutor instruction and activities with other students studying the same material. Junior and senior high school students may participate in a variety of educational opincluding portunities mock trial, policy debate, science fairs and more. Parents may get help with college preparation, placement, advanced SAT testing and seminars designed to train educators in how to teach using the classical model.
BURLEY Don and Sarah Burley, of Sidney, have announced the birth of a son, Benjamin Tanner Burley, born March 19, 2013, at 10:21 a.m. in the Family Birthing Center at Mary Rutan Hospital in Bellefontaine. He weighed 7 pounds, 11 ounces, and was 20.5 inches long. His maternal grandparents are John and Shelly Leighty, of Sidney. His paternal grandparents are Phil and Donna Burley, of Bellefontaine. His great-grandparents are Marcia Leighty, of Sidney, and Estella Burley, of Farmington, Mich. His mother is the former Sarah Leighty, of Sidney. SEGER VERSAILLES — Michael J. and Sara Seger, of Versailles, have announced the birth of a son, Benjamin J. Seger, born April 3, 2013, at 9:47 a.m. in the Copeland-Emerson Family Birth Center at Wilson Memorial Hospital in Sidney. He weighed 8 pounds, 15 ounces, and was 20 1/2 inches long. He was welcomed home by his brother, Noah M. Seger, 3. His maternal grandparents are Larry and Mary Copeland, of Wapakoneta. His paternal grandparents are the late Diane and Charles Seger. His great-grandparents are Harold and Edith Stroh, of Wapakoneta.
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Haller wins OCCL scholarship The Ohio Child Conservation League has announced that Jacob Haller, of Sidney, is the recipient of an educational grant from the local area. He received a student grant of $700. Haller is the son of Teresa and Cameron Haller, of Sidney. He plans to attend Purdue University after graduating this year from Lehman Catholic School to major in chemical engineering.
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“Falling in love is easy. Staying in love is an art,” said Rick Williams, lead therapist at Catholic Social Services of the Miami Valley. In the coming months, he is inviting area couples and individuals to attend informal workshops to examine relationships and find new to opportunity strengthen the communication, trust and intimacy with their partners in life. There are two workshops: Links, a workshop for married couples, and Picks, a workshop for adults who wish to “avoid falling for a jerk or jerkette,” he said. Both workshops are being offered in partnership with Marriage Works! Ohio, a division of Elizabeth New Life Center in Miami and Shelby counties. “Strong relationships and marriages are not easily built or maintained,” said Williams. “There is so much clutter in our daily lives, our ability to give and receive emotional support and the notion that we should make time to repair and nurture our reseems lationships unrealistic. During the sessions we share experiences and challenge each other in exercises that help explore our patterns of communication and compatibility factors. Couples laugh and learn, and, in the process, find that they are drawn closer with a better understanding of each other’s need.” The free workshops include course materials, meals and gift cards upon completion of the class. Area residents may call (800) 521-6419, ext. 1119 for information and registration. Workshops have been scheduled as follows: Picks classes at the Senior Center of Sidney and Shelby County, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. weekly from April 16 through May 21; Piqua YMCA, 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m., May 18; Tipp City Church of the Nazarene, 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m., May 18; Shelby County YMCA, 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m., June 1. Links classes at the Tipp City Church of the Nazarene, 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. April 20; Piqua YMCA, 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m., June 8.
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was happy to fiWashington’s nally see Demorunaway spendcratic ing and masleadership alsive deficits lowing a budget must be debate. Howstopped. In the ever, the Depast five years, mocrats’ budget federal spendthat passed ing soared by Portman continues to nearly $600 biltax, spend and lion, doubling reports borrow way too the national Rob Portman much. debt. The total U.S. Senator Their budget national debt now equals $140,000 for begins by proposing one of the largest tax inevery American housecreases in American hishold, and is growing tory — averaging about steeply. Despite the adminis- $10,000 per household over the decade. Comtration’s promises, the bined with the fiscal big increase in federal spending has not led to cliff deal and new health care law, that a strong economy. In brings the total tax infact, we’re living crease to $3 trillion over through the weakest economic recovery since the past four years. This is an enormous burden the Great Depression: to place on a fragile 20 million Americans economy, with busicannot find full-time work, and millions more nesses and families struggling to make ends have given up looking. meet. Private sector Rather than continue No cuts expanding the size and There has been a lot scope of government, it’s of talk about the need time to expand the pri- for new revenue vate sector. I believe in matched with large empowering families spending cuts in a biparand small businesses, tisan deficit reduction not bureaucracies and package. However, unberegulators. Trying to lievably, the Senate Democrats’ budget contains tax-and-spend our way to prosperity is a dead- no net spending cuts. end. Wiping away the This is why I was so gimmicks and measurdisappointed in the ing it against a realistic budget proposed by baseline, the budget inSenate Democrats. creases spending by Don’t get me wrong, nearly $900 billion over the decade. It does so by after more than 1,400 days since the Senate repealing much of the last passed a budget, I spending restraint Con-
gress and President Obama recently agreed to in the Budget Control Act, proposing a new $100 billion “stimulus” package, and expanding entitlement spending. And that $900 billion figure may be low. While the budget would require that Congress move on its proposed tax increases, the few areas that contain spending cuts would be merely advisory. If they do not occur, the total spending increase could top $1 trillion.
Out of money For years, we’ve been warned that Social Security and Medicare are running out of money as a result of 10,000 new baby boomers retiring each day. Despite all of its new spending, the Democrats’ budget does nothing to reform and modernize these vital yet unsustainable programs. Under their budget, Social Security’s disability fund would run out of money in 2016. The Medicare trust fund would go bankrupt in 2024. Social Security’s fund for senior citizens would go bankrupt in 2033 — just 20 years from now — resulting in an immediate 25 percent benefits cut under law. As a result of this taxing and spending, the Senate Democrat budget would add $7 trillion to the national debt over the next
decade. That’s more than $50,000 in new debt for every household. The interest payments alone would eventually reach $791 billion per year, or nearly as much as Washington spends on Medicare every year. Overall, it’s more of the same taxing, spending and borrowing that is pushing Washington’s budget perilously close to that of Greece.
No. 1 priority My No. 1 priority is job creation. That’s one reason I believe we have to deal with America’s record debt and trillion dollar deficits. Unfortunately, this budget makes a weak economy even worse. The Heritage Foundation estimates it will cost 800,000 jobs nationally, and more than 40,000 in Ohio. The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office has also written that continued increases in our massive debt will harm the economy and cost jobs. There is a better way. We need to balance the budget over time by reining in spending and bringing back economic growth. And we can do it. It means belt tightening. It means progrowth tax reform and it means smart changes to our vital entitlement programs so they will be there for future generations. It means growing the economy, not government.
Legislation would speed up home sales and strengthen economy
short. Too often in a That’s why I have introduced One sure way to reshort sale, once a buyer bipartisan legislation, the duce the deficit is to makes a written offer strengthen the economy Prompt Notification of Short — so more Americans and has paid her earnest Sale Act, to improve the process have good-paying jobs money deposit, there is a for buyers considering a short and can support thembreak in communication sale. First, the legislation would selves and their families between the loan serachieve creating greater accountrather than relying upon vicer and the buyer of ability for the loan servicer and the safety net to make the short-sale property. improved communication beBrown ends meet. We have The breakdown deprives tween the buyer and loan sergrown our way out of buyers of knowing vicer by requiring a written reports past recessions through whether their offer has response of an acceptance, rejeca strong manufacturing Sherrod Brown been accepted, rejected tion, counter offer or extension U.S. Senator sector and a robust or countered — which within 30 days of the homeETTER TO THE EDITOR housing market. But when prevents them from making ofowner’s request. Last year, I met empty homes are scattered from fers on other homes. with a group of Ohio community Cleveland Heights to Kennedy bankers who said they could This lapse in communication Heights, we know that the hous- — especially when big banks are make a decision on a short sale ing market still has a long way involved — makes it harder for in less than an hour. What a milto go before it recovers. families to move to Ohio. lion dollar community bank in Although many prospective Kathy Hlad discovered this Ohio can do in 30 minutes we’re homebuyers have made legitiwhen she put her house, located asking multibillion dollar banks mate, good-faith offers to purin Lake County’s Concord Town- to do in 30 days. To the editor: chase a new home, they often ship, on the market in August And it would help to bolster On Saturday, March 16, Northwood Elemenencounter banks that ignore or 2010. Although a buyer submitour housing market and our tary School held its first “Spring Fling.” This fes- slow-walk those offers when sell- ted an offer on her house, her economy by providing homebuytival was a collaboration of the PTO and the ers owe more on their mortgages bank did not respond for eight ers with certainty and assurance Title 1 Program. Northwood students and their than the selling price of these months. When she finally heard by giving them a final date at families were invited to participate in an event homes. And right now, this is the back, the buyer was out of the which they can close the transacfilled with food, fun and games. country for an extended period of tion, or move on. case for nearly 25 percent of Sixteen game stations, many of which were time and could not be reached to Ohio homeowners. Rebuild neighborhoods borrowed from Whittier and Emerson PTO, were approve the counter offer. BeShort sale This common-sense legislation set up inside the school and each student had the cause more than 30 days elapsed, would help prospective homebuyTo help sell these homes and opportunity to play each game twice. Agape also keep our economy moving forthe deal fell apart and the buyer ers — and distressed homeownmade a generous donation of books, allowing walked away. ward, a short sale often makes ers alike — while helping to each child to select one of their choice to take sense. Short sales are real estate Walk away rebuild our neighborhoods and home. transactions that must be apSimply put, homes aren’t foster long-term economic Parents, teachers, Northwood Student Council, proved by the bank because the being sold — even when there is growth. Sidney Middle School Student Council and Sidseller owes more on their morta demand. Potential buyers — This is about stabilizing home ney High School National Honor Society memgage than the proposed sale fed up with the waiting game values — shoring up our ecobers acted as volunteers throughout the day. price. Both parties agree to the that lasts for months on end — nomic future and standardizing Parents and teachers also came together to proshort-sale process because it alsimply walk away. And sellers processes that make sense for vide drinks and bake sale items. lows them to avoid a foreclosure who may need to move for a new Ohio families. It’s about ending a Donations from Fertilizer Dealer Supply Inc., — which typically takes longer to job — either don’t move or take a waiting game and stopping the Emerson Climate, Dr. Lee Huskey, Twin Springs complete, involves hefty fees for huge financial hit. delay that represents a dangerFarms, Barker Insurance, Panache, Alvetro Orthe bank, and leaves a negative More efficient short sales ous drag on the housing market thodontics, Woody’s Market, Tender Hearts Child mark on the homeowner’s credit could make a difference for our and our nation’s fiscal health. We Care Center, Sidney Foodtown and Smokin’ Joe’s report. economy. If we’re going to recover cannot afford to wait any longer. BBQ contributed to the success of the event. For too many buyers and sell- from the housing crisis, we need Now is the time to stabilize the Initiating a school-wide/community event ers, the time that it takes to com- to make it easier for qualified housing market and stabilize our could be a daunting task but when the commuplete a short sale is anything but candidates to purchase homes. economy. nity comes together in its support, the winners are the children. We appreciate all who gave of Editorial their time, talent and or treasure to ensure a 498-8088 successful “Spring Fling.” Retail Advertising 498-5980 Lori Humphrey, president Classified Advertising 1451 N. Vandemark Rd., Sidney, OH 45365 Northwood PTO 498-5925 www.sidneydailynews.com
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Girl next door, Mouseketeer Annette Funicello dies at 70
Sheriff’s log MONDAY -8:30 p.m. assault. Deputies responded the 1000 block of South Kuther Road on a report of an assault. SUNDAY -2:34 p.m.: assault. Deputies were called to the 3500 block of Michigan Street on a report of a person being hit on the head with a pool cue Saturday night at a local bar.
Accidents Three people were injured in a two-vehicle collision at the intersection of Ohio 66 and Ohio 47 at 2:21 p.m. Saturday. Nancy J. Jacob, 73, of Piqua, and a passenger in her car, Bernard J. Jacob, 77, also of Piqua, were transported to Wilson Memorial Hospital by the Fort Loramie Rescue Squad. Their conditions were not available when the hospital was contacted. The driver of the other vehicle, Lindsey E. Grilliot, 25, 11454 State Route 47, Versailles, suffered minor injuries, but was not transported. Shelby County Sheriff’s deputies report Grilliot was driving west on Ohio 47 and failed to stop at a red light and collided with a car being driven south on Ohio 66 by Nancy Jacob. Both cars sustained heavy damage. Grilliot was cited for a stop light violation. Conditions of the injured persons were not available from Wilson Memorial. • Three people were taken to Wilson Memorial for treatment of injuries they suffered in a one-vehicle accident on Russell Road near the Wright-Puthoff Road intersection at 1:45 p.m. Saturday. Gregory M. Johnson, 36, Arabella G. Johnson, 6 months, and Dylanna Johnson, 2, all of 334 W. Wood St., were taken by the Fort Loramie and Fletcher rescue squads to Wilson Memorial. They were passengers in a van driven by Cathy J. Manning, of Gettsyburg.
Deputies report Manning was driving west on Russell Road when he van went off the right side of the road. She then over-corrected and the van went off the left side of the road into a ditch where it rolled over several times. Conditions of the injured persons were not available from Wilson Memorial. Manning’s van sustained heavy damage. • Susan Marie Lawrence, 28, of Piqua, was transported by private vehicle to Wilson Hospital for treatment of injuries she suffered in a one-vehicle crash on Miami Conservancy Road where it turns into Fair Road at 5:04 p.m. Friday. Deputies report Lawrence was driving north on Miami Conservancy Road when failed to see a curve ahead onto Fair Road. Her car slid out of control and struck an embankment. The impact broke out a window and tore the left rear tire off vehicle. Lawrence was cited for failure to control. Her car sustained heavy damage. Her condition was not available from Wilson Memorial.
Fire, rescue MONDAY -5:44 p.m.: medical. The Fort Loramie Rescue Squad responded to the 1800 State Route 705. -2:52 p.m.: medical. The Versailles Life Squad responded to the 200 block of Elizabeth St., Russia. -11:54 a.m.: medical. The Anna Rescue Squad and Kettlersville-Van Buren Fire Department responded to the 9100 block of Lock Two Road. -9:19 a.m.: medical. The Anna Rescue Squad responded to the 600 block of East Main Street in Anna. SUNDAY -4 p.m.: field fire. The Kettlersville-Van Buren Fire Department responded to a grass fire at the intersection of Amsterdam and LucasGeib roads.
Ag luncheon set for Thursday The Shelby County agricultural luncheon will be held Thursday at 11:30 a.m. at the Sidney Moose Lodge. The guest speaker for the month will be Jason Bruns, district administrator of Shelby Soil and Water Conservation District. Bruns will give an update on Ohio’s 4-R Nutrients Initiative and proposed legislation pertaining to nutrient applications. Lunch will be on your own at the Moose. Contact the Shelby County Ag Center for reservations by today by phone at 492-6520 (option 2 or 3) or email Latham Farley at firstname.lastname@example.org or Bruns at email@example.com.
BY FRAZIER MOORE The Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) — She was the first crush for a generation of boys, the perfect playmate for a generation of girls. Annette Funicello, who became a child star as a cute-as-a-button Mouseketeer on “The Mickey Mouse Club” in the 1950s, ruled Funicello among baby boomers, who tuned in every weekday afternoon to watch her on their flickering black-andwhite television sets. Then they shed their mouse ears, as Annette did when she teamed up with Frankie Avalon during the ’60s in a string of frothy, fun-in-the-sun movies with titles like “Beach Blanket Bingo” and “How to Stuff a Wild Bikini.” Decades later, she endeared herself to baby boomers all over again after she announced in 1992 that she had multiple sclerosis and began grappling with the slow, degenerative effects with remarkably good cheer and faith. Funicello died on Monday at Mercy Southwest Hospital in Bakersfield, Calif., of complications from MS, the Walt Disney Co. said. She was 70 and had dropped from public view years ago. “She really had a tough exis-
In Sidney Municipal Court on Monday, Judge Duane Goettemoeller sentenced Jill A. Martin, 6 758 Marva Lane, to five days in jail and fined her $375 and $97 court costs on a driving under the influence charge. A second DUI charge and a driving in marked lanes violation were dismissed. •Isabell Coffey, 62, 625 N. West Ave., was fined $25 and $111 costs on an expired license plates violation. • Jeremy A. Wood, 32, 109 Hill Ave., a charge of driving under suspension/financial responsiassurance bility suspension charge was dismissed. • Timothy Buckley, 23, 5880 State Route 29, Lot 22, was fined $75 and $111 costs on a driving without an operator’s charge. • Darren L. McClellan, 21, 4851 Vermont Drive, was fined $25 and $111 costs on an obeying traffic control device violation. • Kevin L. Harriger, 39, 632 S. Highland Ave., was fined $150 and $111 costs on a failure to reinstate license charge. • Kayla M. Hamilton, 18, 805 Chestnut Ave.,
was fined $230 and $86 costs on a seatbelt violation. • Gary W. Cox, 58, 5156 Frazier-Guy Road, was ordered to pay $113 court costs and a driving under suspension charge was dismissed. • Thomas J. Barhorst, 44, 12921 Sharp Road, was fined $25 and $105 costs on a right of way/stop/yield sign violation. • Laura K. Poeppelman, 40, 13025 Thaman Road, Anna, was fined $30 and $105 costs on a speeding violation. • Brianne C. Barnes, 18, 624 Fourth Ave., was fined $25 and $111 costs on a starting and backing vehicles violation. • Bambi McClure, 21, 12635 Kirkwood Road, was fined $50 and $103 costs on a stopping after an accident violation. She also was fined $5 and $10 costs on a starting and backing vehicles violation. • Robert C. Cisco, 27, 611 Walnut Ave., Sidney, was bound over to common pleas court on a felony theft charge. In Sidney Municipal Court on Tuesday, Judge Goettemoeller fined Tammy L. Taylor, 34, 1130 Cinnamon Ridge
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of the time, he was in love with her. “She was just the girl next door and they were drawn just to her,” Anka said. “She had that thing. She had the it, and there was just no stopping it.” They eventually drifted apart, but during the time they were together, he said, Disney tried to end their relationship, resulting in one of Anka’s biggest hits, “Puppy Love.” “The Disney crowd, and understandably so, didn’t want her too involved at too young an age,” Anka told the AP. “We had our professional careers and what have you, and they continued to tell her it was a puppy love, and marriage should not be in question. And I wrote about it.” When “The Mickey Mouse Club” ended, Funicello was the only cast member to remain under contract to the studio. She appeared in such Disney movies as “Johnny Tremain,” “The Shaggy Dog,” “The Horsemasters,” “Babes in Toyland,” “The Misadventures of Merlin Jones” and “The Monkey’s Uncle.” She also became a recording star, singing on 15 albums and hit singles such as “Tall Paul” and “Pineapple Princess.” Outgrowing the kid roles by the early ’60s, Annette teamed with Avalon in a series of movies for American-International, the first film company to exploit the burgeoning teen market.
Lane, $250 and $111 costs on a display of license violation. • Randy L. Winemiller, 36, 614 College St., Jackson Center, was fined $150 and $15 costs on failure to display proof of operator’s license violation. • Alyssa M. Burton, 20, 1200 Cinnamon Ridge Lane, was fined $35 and $105 costs on a child restraint system violation. • Kayla E. Sherman, 23, 210 Mary St.,
Botkins, was fined $25 and $111 costs on an assured clear distance violation. • Joseph T. Martin, 19, 5170 Short Road, Houston, was fined $30 and $105 costs on a speeding violation. • Walter J. Messer, 43, 646 E. Parkwood St., was fined $30 and $86 costs on a seatbelt violation. • Cassandra K. Boyer, 52, 7155 Wright-Moyer Road, was fined $30 and $105 costs on a speeding violation.
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Culvert to be replaced The Shelby County Highway Department will begin the replacement of a concrete box culvert on Fort Loramie-Swanders Road on Monday, according to County Engineer Bob Geuy.
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Network expanding VERSAILLES — Independents Fiber Network of Lima will soon start the next phase in a build-out of its GigE Plus Fiber-Optic Network. This phase of the build-out will connect existing broadband service partner facilities in Houston to another partner’s existing facility in Fort Recovery, with the route passing through Versailles and Greenville. While construction has been ongoing just outside village limits of Versailles for the past few months, construction crews will begin deployment activities within the village limits starting in mid-April. The route will enter Versailles on the west side
of town on Ohio 121 and continue to Pearl Street. The route will then move north on Pearl Street to Wood Street and continue to Harrison Street, thence moving north again to Main Street and exit on the east side of Versailles. Independents Fiber Network is whollyowned subsidiary of Com Net Inc. The GigE Plus Fiber-Optic Network is constructed as a high-capacity, backhaul network for providing high-availability service to local broadband providers and carriers serving the voice, video and data communication needs of local residential and business customers. The GigE Plus Fiber-
Optic Network was formed by bringing more than 1,500 route miles of the Gigabit Ethernet Plus Availability Coalition together under the common management of Independents Fiber Network. The network delivers Ethernet transport services throughout the western counties of Ohio and is the established backhaul network for facilitating the delivery of new and improved broadband services to rural and underserved communities. The GigE For photo reprints, visit www.sidneydailynews.com SDN Photo/Luke Gronneberg Plus Fiber-Optic Net- DAVE TEMPLE, of Sidney, stands at the new location of his Timberidge Limwork, when construction ousine Service located on Fourth Avenue across from the Sidney AMVETS is complete, will span building. from Monroe, Mich., to Dayton, and from Richmond, Ind., to Columbus.
TROY — Do you want to safely dispose of sensitive papers such as bank statements, credit cards and application forms; pay stubs, old bills, tax documents, medical records, floppy disks, CDs, DVDs or other documents that might make you a victim of identity fraud? Private information isn’t limited to bank statements and business contracts. Printed confidential materials are
produced daily in every business and home and by every person — from medical records to strategic planning documents. Minster Bank and Shred-it, the world’s leading on-site document-destruction company, are sponsoring a free Community Shred Day April 20 from 8 to 11 a.m. (or until the truck is full) to safely dispose of these sensitive materials. The event will be held at the Troy office of Minster Bank, 1280 Experiment Farm Road. Community Shred Day is free and up to five bags of paper will be accepted. Binders, staples and paper clips do not have to be removed. When papers are dropped off at site, you do not have to leave your car, Shred-it staff will remove the papers and shred them while you watch. The paper is
then recycled. As the fastest-growing form of fraud, identity theft and corporate espionage threatens to destroy personal credit ratings as well as a person’s reputation and security. Governments and regulators around the world continue to develop legislation to help protect individuals and businesses. Prevention is the best solution — once the documents are shredded, they cannot be reassembled. For more information, contact Minster Bank at (937) 339-9388 or 866MINSTER. Minster Bank, a local community bank, and a subsidiary of Minster Financial Corp, is headquartered in Minster, and has offices in Minster, New Bremen, St. Marys, Sidney, Vandalia (Loan Production Office), Troy and Wapakoneta.
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With an opportunity gain more space and better exposure, Dave Temple recently moved his Timber Ridge Limousine Service to a new location, 1390 Fourth Ave., across from the Sidney AMVETS post. The limousine service was formerly located in a garage behind Marco’s Pizza on Wapakoneta Avenue. Temple said the new location provides a more visible place to display his stretch Lincoln
limousine. The building also houses his Temple Rentals business and provides ample space for storing cars and other vehicles. Temple said he’s been in the limousine business for three years. “I’m the only one in Shelby County,” Temple said of his service. Although he’s enjoyed chauffeuring country music stars like Joe Diffie and Pam Tillis, Temple said he gets the biggest kick out of transporting young students to McDonald’s or other restaurants as their reward for high sales in
school fundraisers. “I like to see their faces when they get in the limousine,” Temple said, noting he works with area schools on their fundraisers. Temple said he does a lot of weddings and other local functions. Temple said he also uses the limousine in local parades and charitable events. In the future, Temple would like to purchase a Hummer “super stretch” limousine. Like his Lincoln limo, the Hummer would be white, which is said the color of choice for many brides.
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Village to increase fee MISSION for delinquent bills PORT JEFFERSON — An ordinance to increase the administrative fee assessed for delinquent sewage bills placed on property taxes was given first reading at the Port Jefferson Village Council meeting Monday night. Village Clerk Judy Fair said the ordinance would increase the fee from 10 percent to 20 percent of the delinquent amount that is placed on property taxes. She said the fee would only affect long-delinquent bills, not those who pay their bills on time. She said since the inception the sewage system in 2006 there has
turned over to village solicitor for review before council takes action. She said the contract calls for the Port Jefferson Fire Department to receive $3,761 from the fire protection levy. The fire department also receives five free rentals of the community building for fundraisers or other purposes. Council members also discussed the possibility of holding community garage sales, but no action was taken. Fair said fliers will be posted in the village for public comment on the garage sales, which are being considered for early June.
• The Osgood American Legion will have a wing fry Saturday from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Food will be available to eat in or carry out. • The ones with lucky cards at the Osgood Legion euchre tournament on Thursday were Dennis Homan, Bob Brunswick, Ralph Winner, Thelma Ruchty, Vernon Gudorf, Ray Koesters and Norb Schlater.
• The Osgood Area Rescue Benefit Night will be April 20 from 8 p.m. to 2 a.m. at the Silver Spur. There will be a raffle with 79 prizes, a 50/50 jar and karaoke. You must be 21 to drink at the event. Raffle tickets can be obtained from any squad member. • The annual cleanup at St. Martin Cemetery will be held April 15. All items not attached to the footer are subject to removal. Also, flower saddles that have been blown
off stones have been placed in the building. If the saddles have a name on them, they will then be placed back on the stones. All flowers left in the building on April 15 will be disposed of. • St. Nicholas Catholic Church cleaning will be held April 23 at 6 p.m. People should check the church bulletin to see if they are scheduled to work. There will be pizza served in the basement; workers should bring their own drinks.
LIST maintenance-toownership program. “Establishing a land bank is an option, but it is difficult to determine exactly what the cost in terms of staff time would be,” Dulworh said. Among the assumptions used in researching a land bank program are whether the current owner of a property would be willing to convey ownership to the city at no cost, that the county auditor would be willing to forgive unpaid property taxes and lien holders would be willing to release the lien and forgive any balances. Dulworth said it would take approximately 20 hours of staff time per property for a land bank and it would cost another estimated $10,000 per property to demolish structures. Stopping short of developing a full registry program, council requested city staff develop a list of vacant properties in the city. Mayor Mike Barhorst said the list would enable city officials “to see where there is a concentration” of vacant or abandoned properties. “We didn’t get into this overnight,” Councilman Steve Wagner said of the vacant house problem. He said the list would be a good first step. In another issue involving local housing issues, council approved an ordinance designed to clarify definitions of junk and other nuisance and reduce the time it takes to remedy a violation. It also provides a plan for dealing with repeat offenders. Kirby King, city code enforcement officer, said the revised ordinance will reduce the compliance time to a minimum of two days in public areas (any street, alley, right of way, etc.) and a minimum of five days on private property. At the recommendation of police Chief
From Page 1 Kevin Gessler and his staff that there are no establishments in the city “whose behavior raises to the level that he would advise council to object to the the license renewal, council opted not to object to liquor license renewals by local bars and other businesses selling alcoholic beverages.” Brian Schultz, city utilities director, a gave presentation on the surcharge rates for excessive loads of suspended solids and chemical oxygen demand. Schultz noted the purpose of the surcharge is to cover the wastewater treatment plant’s costs to treat high strength waste. Industries that exceed the guidelines are assessed the surcharge. The city adopted the surcharge ordinance in 2008 and the rates are evaluated every two years. Schultz recommended keeping the surcharge at the current levels and re-evaluate the charges in 2015.
Schultz also outlined the industrial pretreatment program requiring some industries to pretreat sewage before it flows into the city’s sewage system. Schultz said about one-third of the violations of the city ordinance are due to a failure by customers to monitor the sewage before it flows into the city system. City staff members have recommended updating the industrial pretreatment enforcement guide for action by council at a later date. The current guide was adopted in 1999. The city has 34 industrial customers with discharge permits and Schultz said it has been an increasing problem of gaining timely access to the industrial facilities to conduct sampling or monitoring activities. Council went into executive session to discuss pending litigation. No action was taken following the session.
CHIEF Sheriff’s Office, dropped out of the running before the assessment process. City Manager Mark Cundiff said said the scores from the assessment, which sets up real-life scenarios for candidates to determine how they would react to certain situations, are expected to be received later this week. Chad Legal, a consultant with the Chicago-area firm of
to say ‘mission accomplished.’” And “mission accomplished” means every WWII, Korean War and Vietnam War veteran living in Shelby County, who wants to see their memorial, has been able to do so. “I only thought we’d do World War II veterans,” said Ray, who went on a trip with the Miami County veteran group to see how it was organized. “We were blessed when Mike came on board,” he said. “The third trip we took was the first one Mike went on. He was supposed to go on the second trip, but a friend’s son got killed and he felt he needed to be with them.” The Praters credit the success of the program to Bennett and the other volunteers. “The amount of patience Mike has — he never gets rattled,” said Jody. “He gets the job done,” said Ray. Applications for the trip are available at http://shelbycountyvetstodc.blogspot.com/. The application deadline is Aug. 16. For more information about the trip, contact the Praters at 638-6326. Anyone wishing to make a donation to the trip can do so by sending it to Vets to D.C., P.O. Box 408, Anna, OH 45302. Checks should be made out to VFW Post 4239, Vets to D.C. All donations are tax deductible. Anyone who would like to assist with the trip can attend a committee meeting Thursday at 7 p.m. at the Shelby County Ag Center, Fair Road.
From Page 1 Selection Works, conducted the assessments. The city is paying Selection Works $11,880 for consulting fees in the process. The assessment scores and other information will be forwarded to the Sidney Civil Service Commission, which will certify the top three candidates. The SIdney Civil Service Commission will meet at 2 p.m.
on April 18 to certify the top candidates. Cundiff said the three finalists will then be brought in for another interview. Cundiff said he will then make an appointment of the new chief. Plans call for the new chief to be hired by the end of May. There is a possibility of a brief overlap period before Gessler leaves.
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be at Kroger Friday and Saturday, along with May 23-25, to explain the trip. “We’ll be handing out fliers about the trip,” said Jody. “We’ll also have applications and will be accepting donations for the trip.” Volunteers will be at Kroger Friday from 5 to 7 p.m. and Saturday from 1 to 8 p.m. On May 23, they will be there from 5 to 7 p.m. and from 1 to 8 p.m. on May 24-25. The Praters said two golf outings have also been planned by groups in the county. the proceeds from the outings are donated to the trip to cover the veterans’ expenses. At the present time, 25 applications have been received from veterans in the county or those in dire need. Seven applications have been received from veterans outside the county who would like to go on the trip. “Some of the applications we have are some that Mike (Bennett, the previous chairman) had received late,” said Jody. “We have to make sure everyone who has turned in an application is qualified to go.” One of the requirements, they said, is the veteran has never been to Washington, D.C., to see their memorial. “We felt we had to do another trip,” said Ray. “Ray was the one who brought up the first trip,” said Jody. “At the time, he said he didn’t want to run it, he just wanted to do it. The last trip in September, neither of us went. And it felt strange not being there.” “We want to end the trips on our terms,” said Ray. “We want to be able
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been a problem of a few residents not paying their bills. She said in February, the village put $14,000 in unpaid bills on property owners’ tax bills. Fair said in 2012, the village received payments for $10,000 in previously delinquent bills. Fair said some consideration was given to shutting off the service of people who don’t pay their sewage bills, but it was thought that such action might cause those owing the money to move out of town, after their properties are condemned by the health department. Fair noted the fire protection contract was
rial. For this trip, something new has been added. “Ray and I sent a letter to Arlington National Cemetery asking if our veterans could place a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldiers,” said Jody. “They wrote back and told us we had a 9:15 a.m. appointment to lay the wreath.” So now the Praters are finalizing plans for this tribute. “There’s a few technicalities we have to work out,” said Jody. “We’ll have to be at the cemetery earlier than normal. We ride trams back to the Tomb and they don’t start until 9 a.m., but the tram person said he could have them there earlier so we’ll have a ride back there.” She said the most decorated veterans on the trip will be the ones who place the wreath at the Tomb. With plans for the trip coming together, the group is now working on fundraisers. “Scott and Lisa Stewart are organizing a garage sale for us,” said Jody. “It will be held during the Anna garage sales. Troy Kies, the auctioneer, has said we can use half of his auction house building, which is located on County road 25A on the south edge of Anna.” The garage sale, she said, will be held April 25-27. “We’re asking for donations for the sale,” said Jody. “Scott and Lisa are willing to pick up the items.” The deadline for donating garage sale items is April 20. To donate items, call the Stewarts at (937) 407-9703. Volunteers will also
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Fort Loramie FCCLA successful at regional competition FORT LORAMIE — On March 2, the Fort Loramie Family, Career and Community Leaders of America Star participants competed at the Regional STAR Event competition at Upper Valley Career Center in Piqua. STAR Events (which stands for Students Taking Action with Recognition) are competitive events that allow members to be recognized for their talents and achievements within the chapter and individual projects, leadership skills and career preparation. At the Regional Competition, nine of the 11 teams were awarded and are advancing to the Ohio FCCLA State Competi-
tion on April 18 and 19. The groups that are going to the State Competition are Nutrition and Wellness Junior — Caleb Pleiman, gold; Leadership Senior — Elizabeth Pleiman, gold; Illustrated Talk Junior — Shelby Bohman, gold; Recycle and Redesign Junor — Julie May, gold; Recycle and Redesign Senior — Sarah Puthoff. gold; and Career Investigation Senior — Rachael Marchal, silver; Career Investigation Junior — Janelle Bollheimer, silver. Also, the Food Innovations Junior Team consisting of Erica May and Mackenzie Ranley, with gold, and the Focus on Children Junior team consisting of Miranda Berning, Ashley Brussell
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and Lyndsey Bruggerman, with silver, will also move on to state to compete. In Chapter Showcase Manual Senior, Macie Popik, Jayna Brown and Angela Almashy earned a silver medal at regionals as well as the National Programs in Action Junior Team of Janelle Bollheimer and Brianna Barlage with silver. Elizabeth Pleiman and Renee Seger earned their Power of One awards and will be receiving them at state as well as the Outstanding Chapter teams consisting of Sarah Puthoff and Caitlin Meyer, who earned a gold level rating and will be recognized at state.
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LLIA learns of kids’ fishing derby, class FORT LORAMIE — During a recent Lake Loramie Improvement Association meeting members learned the group has received a grant to sponsor the Kids Fishing Derby on May 4 and a Kids Fishing Class from 9:30 a.m. to noon July 12. Both events will be held at Lake Loramie State Park. Many prizes will be awarded in numerous categories at the Kids Fishing Derby. Jason Whitman has asked various organizations to set up an informational table about their group. May 4 is also the Free Fishing Day for adults. All participants in the Kids Fishing Class will receive a rod and reel and some tackle and tackle box. The group also will sponsor students and adults to attend Coonskin Cap Brigade Camp, Aug. 23-25. Contact Julie Stueve at (419) 628-3369 for information and registration.
Doug Winner spoke about the theme for the 2013 Boat Parade. “A Day At the Whitehouse”, “Famous Stars on Broadway” and “Walk of Fame” are some suggestions. Judy and Bob Kemper have agreed to chair the annual picnic again this year. Fall Fest is scheduled for Sept. 13-15 at the state park. Liberty Days in Fort Loramie will be July 4-6. Brian Miller reported the Memorial Tree Program has been reinstituted. Anyone who would like to plant a tree should purchase the tree and have it planted from a recommended source. The park will provide a memorial plaque to identify the tree, its donor and its honoree. Call the park at 295-2011 for details. Brian Williams said he thinks LLIA should reinstate Dredge/Legislative Days. He will meet with the officers in the next few weeks.
Williams introduced Rob Heckler who will be the Lake Loramie State Park Manager for dayto-day operations. Heckler is from the Celina area and has worked in maintenance at Lake Loramie. He has been with the park system for about 10 years. Seasonal applications are being accepted for maintenance and the camp office. These jobs pay the minimum wage. Williams asked whether LLIA would consider hosting a handicap fishing afternoon. It was suggested that we contact Shelby Hills to get information and direction. The dredge is being repainted. When complete it will begin at Luthman and work its way west on the lake. It was reported that State Rep. James Buchy and Ohio Department of Natural Resources Director James Zeringer looked at the spillway and replacement is a high priority.
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Subdivision, lot 3323, $30,000. Jackson Township Patsy L. Maurer to Cheryl K. Davis, trustee, part section 18, 1.848 acres, exempt. Perry Township Willard L. and Sheila S. Gordon to Rickey L. Hubbard, part section 1, 0.577 acres, $18,000.
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Botkins hands Minster 1st loss BOTKINS — Botkins pulled off a stunner, and the surprise of the baseball season so far, edging visiting Minster 3-1 in non-league baseball action Tuesday. Minster, the two-time defending state champion, is now 5-1 and Botkins is 5-2 after its fifth straight win. Minster could muster just four hits off Botkins’ Josh Schwartz, who went the distance. “Josh had an an excellent performance,” said Botkins coach Phillip Groves. “And our kids did a good job of executing. This is a great win for our program.” The two teams were even at 1-1 after four-and-a-half innings, but Botkins took advantage of a key Minster error to score twice in the fifth on two passed balls and a ball hit by Evan Dietz. Alex Roberts and Christian Hoskins got aboard on singles to start the inning. Roberts wound up with two hits for the Trojans and for Minster, Adam Niemeyer had two hits and Jay Eilerman doubled. The linescore: Minster .................000 100 0_1 4 4 Botkins..................100 020 x_3 4 2 Wolf (LP), Hoying (5), Brown (5) and Ripploh; Schwartz (WP) and Greve. Records: Minster 5-1, Botkins 52. SDN Photo/Luke Gronneberg
TREY EVERETT of Fairlawn clears a hurdle during a high school track meet held at Fairlawn Tuesday night. Everett has had a strong start to the season, setting a couple school records. He set a new school mark in the 110 hurdles for the third time this season Tuesday.
Everett sets mark again Has four firsts in five-team meet Tuesday Houston took the boys title and Waynesfield the girls title in a five-team track meet held at Fairlawn Tuesday. The meet was highlighted by Fairlawn’s Trey Everett breaking the school record in the 110 hurdles for the third time this season. He ran a 14.9 in the event for one of his four first-place finishes. He cleared 6-feet, 3-inches in winning the high jump, soared 21-feet, 5-inches to win the long jump, and anchored the first-place 400 relay team that won in 46.3. Devin Jester led Houston with firsts in the 1600 in 4:57 and the 3200 in 11:31. Also for Fairlawn, Cole Cummings tossed the discus 145-10 for first, Jessie Hughes won the 300 hurdles in 45.0, the 800 relay team won in 1:39 and Trey Fletcher won the 400 in 57.9. Waynesfield was second to Houston, Fairlawn was third, Jackson Center fourth and Christian Academy fifth. In the girls meet, Jenna Hooks of Houston won the 1600 in 6:15 and the 3200 in 13:12, teammate Monique Booher won the high jump at 4-6 and the 800 in 2:49, Heidi Cox won the 400 in 1:10 and Houston also won the 3200 relay. For Jackson Center, Pauline Meyer won the 100 in 13.08 and the 200 in 27.8. Jackson also won the 800 relay. Fairlawn was again led by Olivia Cummings, who won the shot put at 41-feet, 1-inch and the discus at 119 feet. Abbie Roe won the long jump at 14-8 and Cheyenne Driskell won the 300 hurdles in 57.5. Houston was second in the team standings, followed by Jackson, Fairlawn and Christian Academy.
Sidney routs Greenville Sidney evened the score with Greenville Tuesday. After losing at Greenville Monday, the Jackets won in just five innings Tuesday 133. The win puts the Jackets at 4-3 on the year. “I was pleased with the way we played tonight,” said Sidney coach Bill Shoffner. “Connor Echols gave us a good effort on the mound and we made plays behind him.” Bobby Benshoff keyed an eight-run fifth that ended it. He had a three-run double to go along with a single in the game. Brian Fishbaugh was 2for-3 and both he and Preston Heath drove in two runs.
Lehman is off today. The linescore: Allen East .............003 000 1_4 5 3 Lehman.................004 000 1_5 8 5 Crow, Neeley (7) (LP) and Goodwin; Copella, Hemmelgarn (4) WP) and Schutt. Records: Lehman 6-2.
Anna routs NB ANNA — Anna scored five in the first and 12 in the second to beat New Bremen 20-2 Tuesday. Anna, 2-4, got two triples from Poeppelman, three hits from Showalter, and two hits from Cummings, Doseck, Bensman and Boyd. Poeppelman drove in four runs. The linescore: Bremen ....................002 00_ 5 5 6 Anna ....................5(12)3 0x_20 14 2 Overman (LP), Kitzmiller (2) and Staton; Showalter and Doseck, Copunts (4) Records: New Bremen 2-5, Anna 2-4.
Pirates top Houston DEGRAFF —Riverside run-ruled Houston 12-2 in non-league baseball here Tuesday. The Pirates are 6-5 and Houston 1-4. For Riverside, Dalton Bollinger had a double and drove in two, Dallas Daniels two hits and four RBIs and Jake Herron two hits and two RBIs. The linescore: Houston ....................011 000_ 2 5 1 Riverside..................103 305_12 8 1 Pence (LP), Miller (4), Jolly (6) and Riffell; Herron and Bollinger. Records: Riverside 6-5, Houston 1-4.
Russia loses to Versailles Russia rallied for two in the top of the seventh but fell two runs short in losing 5-3 to the Versailles Tigers Tuesday. Damien Richard had three hits and Kyle Niekamp two for the Tigers, who are now 62. Two of Richard’s hits were doubles, and Dan Borchers, Mitch Gigandet and Jace Barga also had doubles. For Russia, Cole McEldowney was 3-for-4.
The linescore: Russia ...................000 010 2_3 5 0 The linescore: Versailles ..............101 111 x_5 9 2 Greenville ...............002 01_ 3 6 3 Gariety (LP), McEldowney (4) and Sidney .....................005 08_13 11 1 Tebbe; Niekamp (WP), Barga (5) and Wood (LP), Nealeigh (5) and ZumRutschilling. brun; Echols and Lochard. Records: Both teams 6-2. Records: Sidney 5-3, Greenville —— 5-4.
NK rallies again
Lehman wins 5-4
New Knoxville rallied again in the seventh inning to pull out a win in high school baseball action Tuesday. The Rangers trailed 6-2 going to the top of the seventh, and scored seven times, holding on in the bottom of the inning for a 9-7 victory. KV Mooney slapped a tworun single to top off the rally for the Rangers. Jake Allen was 3-for-5 and Adam Howe came on in relief to get the win.
Lehman hosted Allen East, a late replacement for Upper Scioto Valley, which canceled on the Cavaliers for a Wednesday game due to a lack of players. The Cavs got a run in the bottom of the seventh on a balk to pull out the win, after East had tied it in the top of the seventh. Lehman got doubles from AJ Hemmelgarn, Max Schutt and Drew Westerheide.
Yankees belt five homers, rout Tribe SDN Photo/Luke Gronneberg
CLEVELAND (AP) — COLE CUMMINGS of Fairlawn lets go with an attempt in the discus in track action at Fairlawn Tuesday. Cummings has Robinson Cano hit one of New York's five homers and drove been outstanding in the event so far. in five runs, Andy Pettitte second with 78 behind SpringThe Sidney High girls pitched seven solid innings field Shawnee, Lehman was placed third with 70.5, with and the Yankees romped to a fifth with 72 and Anna sev- Lehman 11th with 22 points 14-1 win Tuesday night over enth with 48 points. and Anna 16th with 16.5. Blake Steenrod of Sidney Sidney had two first places, the Cleveland Indians, who won the 800 in 2:09.5. from the 400 relay team of had starter Carlos Carrasco Jacob Davis was second in Kaitlyn Davis, Brandi John- ejected from his first appearthe 100 and the 400 relay son, Mersadie Timmons and ance since 2011. The 40-year-old Pettitte (2team was also second. Kylee Watercutter in 53.43, For Lehman, Brad Mont- and from Lauren Boyd, who 0) allowed one run and five gomery won the discus with a cleared 9-feet, 6-inches to take hits in his second strong start. Cano hit a two-run double distance of 142-10, and was the pole vault. also second in the shot put at Heather West also had a in the second off Carrasco (045-6. Anna’s Ryan Spicer was good day for the Lady Jackets. 1) and connected for his third Tipp City Inv. second in the discus at 136-7. She was second in the 800, homer in two days in the Montgomery’s teammate fourth in the 1600 and sixth fourth. Sidney, Anna and Lehman Following Cano's two-run competed in the Tipp City In- Justin Stewart was the run- in the 3200. ner-up in the 400 dash in shot, Carrasco, who just vitational held on Saturday. See TRACK/Page 14 served a five-game suspension The Sidney boys finished 51.34.
for throwing at a hitter in 2011, drilled Kevin Youkilis in the shoulder with a pitch and got tossed. Youkilis and Brennan Boesch hit two-run homers and Ichiro Suzuki and Lyle Overbay had solo shots for the Yankees.
Phils 8, Mets 3 PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Michael Young and Ryan Howard homered, Cliff Lee came within one out of a complete game and the Philadelphia Phillies beat the New York Mets 8-3 on Tuesday night. John Mayberry Jr. also went deep for Philadelphia and Young had three hits, missing the cycle by a double.
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Lady Cavs Houston hands Loramie 1st loss in County softball lose in 8th NEW BREMEN — After Lehman rallied with three runs in the seventh to tie it up, New Bremen pushed a run across in the bottom of the eighth to pull out a 6-5 victory in high school girls softball action Tuesday. Lehman is now 3-4 and Bremen 4-3. For Lehman, Brooke Jones had two doubles and Lindsay Bundy one, and Ellie Waldsmith tripled. For Bremen, Rachel and Haley Parker Moeller each tripled and Everhart doubled. Chelsea Russell drove in two runs, including the game-winner in the eighth.
WP: McEldowney; LP: Young Records: Russia 4-3.
Botkins sees streak end Botkins saw its winning streak stopped at four, losing 16-1 in five innings to Allen East in non-league play Tuesday. Botkins is now 4-3. Erin Place had two hits for the Lady Trojans. The linescore: Botkins ............100 00_ 1 6 3 Allen East.......159 1x_16 12 2 WP: Rowe; LP: Dietz Records: Botkins 4-3, Allen East 5-3.
Minster routs JC
JACKSON CENTER — Minster scored early The linescore: and often in beating Lehman ....001 001 30_5 5 0 Jackson Center 12-1 in Bremen.....100 022 01_6 7 6 non-league play Tuesday. WP: Sprague; LP: Bundy Minster is now 3-2 Records: Lehman 3-4, Bremen 4-3. and Jackson 0-4. —— For Minster, Sara Hosey tripled and Versailles Stephanie Albers douwhips Russia VERSAILLES — Ver- bled. Alexis Robinson sailles plated 11 runs in drove in three runs. The linescore: the first three innings Minster................263 10_12 5 and went on to rout Rus- JC ........................000 01_ 1 2 sia 16-4 in non-league WP: Richard; LP: Dickman Records: Minster 3-2, JC action Tuesday. The Raiders fall to 4- 0-4. —— 3 with the setback. Houston wins Olivia Monnin had two hits and drove in over Riverside two for Russia, Kennedy Houston went to 6-1 Metz had a home run on the season with a 7-3 and drove in two and win over Riverside in Alexa Counts scored non-league softball. twice. The Lady Wildcats Versailles played long used a four-run third to ball, with Kayla McEl- take command. downey hitting two Micalah Hensley got homers and Hannah the win and Macey Knopp and Kristen Stang did a good job in Langston one apiece. relief, striking out six in The linescore: three innings. Russia...........120 010_ 4 7 5 Houston got a single Versailles......254 013_16 11 0 a double from WP: McEldowney; LP: and Young Alyssa Stang, and a douRecords: Russia 4-3, Ver- ble from Hensley. sailles 5-4. For Riverside, Taylor —— Anderson had three hits Loramie wins and Karli Castle two. FORT LORAMIE — Castle also drove in two Fort Loramie bounced runs. back from its first loss of The linescore: the season to edge Mar- Riverside ....100 020 0_3 7 2 ion Local 5-4 in non- Houston ......104 002 0_7 8 3 WP: Hensley; LP: Davis league play Tuesday. Records: Houston 6-1, The Lady Redskins Riverside 6-4. are now 5-1. —— The game was tied 2-2 Anna wins big going to the bottom of ANNA — Anna plated the sixth and Loramie nine runs in the third instruck for three runs. ning nd went on to beat Kassidy Broaddrick had Waynesfield 14-1 insofta pinch-hit double to ball Tuesday. start it and scored on Anna is now 3-3. Danielle Wehrman’s sinAllison Harris had gle. Paige Ordean then three hits for Anna, doubled Wehrman home Alexis Phillips and and Taylor Timmerman Caleigh Kirtley both sinscored Ordean on a gled and doubled, Haley ground out. Steinbrunner, Amanda Marion scored twice Rickert and Kylie Keener in the seventh and had all had two hits, and Jule the tying run on second Gephart had a double. when the final out ocThe linescore: Waynesfield...000 10_ 1 1 2 curred. The linescore: Marion........010 100 2_4 5 2 Loramie ......020 003 x_5 9 1
Anna ..............409 1x_14 16 2 WP: Keener Records: Anna 3-3.
FORT LORAMIE – Houston jumped on Fort Loramie ace Paige Ordean for four runs in the top of the first and went on to hand the Lady Redskins their first loss of the season Monday in a key County softball matchup, 6-4. The win keeps Houston on the same pace with Russia, both at 3-0 in County play. Loramie is even now at 1-1 and both Loramie and Houston are 4-1 overall. Hannah Trent did the damage in the first, belting a three-run home run in the four-run uprising. Fort Loramie came back with single runs in the first three innings to cut it to one, but Houston got a run in the fourth and a big insurance run in the seventh to hold on. Alyssa Stang had two hits for Houston, and eight of Houston’s nine hitters had hits in the game. Kayla New got the win for Loramie, striking out two. Macey Stang came on and got a save. Ordean struck out six and only four of the six runs off her were earned thanks to four Loramie errors. Janell Hoying had a double for Loramie.
softball Monday. The Lady Trojans, who have now scored 60 County softball runs in their last three Standings games, were led by Erin League Place, who had four hits W-L and four stolen bases. Russia . . . . . . . . . . 3-0 Emily Brown had two Houston . . . . . . . . 3-0 hits and drove in four, Fort Loramie. . . . . 1-1 Grace VanBrocklin had a Botkins . . . . . . . . . 1-1 single and a double and Anna . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2 drove in four and Blake Fairlawn . . . . . . . . 0-2 Maurer had two hits and drove in two. Jackson Center. . . 0-3 For Jackson, Meredith both doubled and drove Himmeger had three hits, Fogt three hits, in two. For Anna, Chloe Eg- Hannah Mayer singled bert singled, doubled and doubled, and Emma Regula, Tabitha Myers and drove in two runs. and Morgan Dickman all The linescore: Russia.........012 051 0_9 9 3 had two singles.
Anna ...........101 101 2_6 7 1 The linescore: WP: Young; LP: Richard Botkins .........330 712 4_20 13 Records: Russia 4-2, Anna JC .................154 011 0_12 15 1-3. WP: Dietz; LP: Gies Records: Botkins 4-2, JC —— 0-3.
Lehman falls to Newton
Lehman lost at home to Newton Monday by a 6-3 score, all but one of the runs coming in the fifth inning or later. Lehman is now 3-3 on the season and faces New Bremen today. Newton got a run in the first but it stayed at 1-0 until the fifth, when the Lady Indians added two. Lehman didn’t get the bats going until the seventh, scoring all three of its runs. For Lehman, Andrea The linescore: Thobe had a single and a Houston ......400 100 1_6 9 2 double and Ava Schmitz, Loramie ......111 001 0_4 6 4 WP: New; LP: Ordean: S: Ellie Cain and Erica Paulus all doubled. M. Stang Records: Both teams 4-1. For Newton, Molette, —— Jackson, Deaton and Studebaker all had two Russia wins hits each. over Anna Burden struck out The Russia Lady seven in getting the win. Raiders upped their The linescore: County mark to 3-0 and Newton .......100 022 1_6 9 2 went to 4-2 overall with Lehman ......000 000 3_3 6 0 WP: Burden; LP: Bundy a 9-6 win at Anna MonRecords: Lehman 4-2. day. —— The loss left Anna at Botkins wins 1-3 on the year and 1-2 in league play. fourth straight For Russia, Taylor JACKSON CENTER Borchers was a tough — Botkins won its out, going 4-for-4 with fourth straight game, Jackson two runs scored. Olivia outslugging Monnin and Sara Young Center 20-12 in County
Lady Jets fall to Bethel Fairlawn lost at home to Bethel in non-league girls softball Monday, 197. The Lady Jets, now 05, got two hits from Samantha Forman, two hits from Emily Boerger and three RBIs from Dana Stanley. The linescore: Bethel ............840 70_19 16 2 Fairlawn ........005 01_ 7 7 1 WP: Anthony; LP: Watkins Records: Fairlawn 0-5.
Riverside routs Waynesfield DEGRAFF — Riverside breezed to an easy 19-0 win over Waynesfield Monday, scoring 10 times in the bottom of the first. Riverside is now 3-2 and got three hits apiece from Taylor Nichols, Taylor Goings and Chelsea Giles, and two from Christyn Wietholter and Heather Comer. Nichols drove in four runs and had a double and a homer, Comer also had a double. The linescore: Riverside ...(10)12 60_19 17 0 Waynesfield ...000 00_ 0 0 4 WP: Wietholter Records: Riverside 3-2
Minster falls in 11 to Covington COVINGTON — Minster took a 3-0 lead early but couldn’t hold it, and Covington pulled it out with a run in the bottom of the 11th in a 4-3 verdict at Covington Monday. The Lady Wildcats fall to 2-2 on the season. Minster had seven hits, including two each by Marissa Conrad and Sara Hosey. Both of Conrad’s were doubles, and Kayla Richard also had a double. The linescore: Minster...120 000 000 00_3 7 Covington..000 100 200 01_4 17 WP: Yingst; LP: Richard. Records: Minster 2-2, Covington 8-0.
Bremen falls to Wapakoneta WAPAKONETA — New Bremen fell behind 4-0 after an inning and couldn’t recover in falling to Wapakoneta 82 in non-league play Monday. The Lady Cardinals are now 3-3 and got a single and a double from both Emily Niekamp and Julie Brown. The linescore: Bremen .......000 200 0_2 5 0 Wapak.........400 120 x_8 11 1 WP: Lovett; LP: Sprague Records: Bremen 3-3, Wapak 5-1.
Lehman’s Sarah Titterington had a strong day in the sprints, taking second in the 100 in 13.66, second in the 200 in 27.07 and third in the 400 in 1:01.68. Local results Girls 3200 relay — 8. Sidney 12:52.56 100 dash — 2. Titterington, Lehman, 13.66; 8. Johnson 14.36 800 relay — 6. Sidney 2:01.59 1600 run — 4. West 5:52.29; 6. Shepherd 6:03.84 400 relay — 1. Sidney 53.43 (Davis, Johnson, Tim-
From Page 13 mons, Watercutter 400 dash — 3. Titterington 1:01.88 800 run — 2. West 2:37.03; 3. Shepherd 2:41.4 200 dash — 2. Titterington 27.07; 4. Johnson 27.92; 5. Lewis 28.11 3200 run — 6. West 13:16.7 1600 relay — 5. Sidney 4:38.11 Pole vault — 1. Boyd, Sidney, 9-6. Echemann 7-0 High jump — 2. Altstaetter, Anna, 4-9; 6. Albers, Anna, 4-6 Shot put — 3. Fogt, Anna, 31-7.5 BOYS 3200 relay — 4. Sidney 8:58.51; 7. Anna 9:08.88 110 hurdles — 3. Se-
landers 17.16; 7. Slater, Lehman, 18.62 100 dash — 2. Davis, Sidney, 11.91; 4. Martin, Sidney, 11.93; 5. Uderman, Anna, 12.0 800 relay — 3. Anna 1:36.38; 7. Sidney 1:39.17 1600 run — 3. Tangeman Sidney 4:421.85; 4. Larger, Anna 4:52.2; 8. Steinke Anna 4:59.63 400 relay — 2. Sidney 45.37; 3. Anna 46.03 400 dash — 2. Stewart, Lehman, 51.34 4; Yates, Sidney, 52.52 300 hurdles — 3. Slater, Lehman 43.68; 6. Selander, Sidney, 434.57 800 run — 1. Steenrod, Sidney, 2:09.5; 5. Berning,
Anna, 2:11.53 3200 run — 7. Larger, Anna, 10:39.39 1600 relay — 4. Anna 3:45.23; 6. Sidney 3:49.79 High jump — 4. Davis, Sidney, 5-6; 6. Berning, Anna 5-3 Long jump — 6. Herd, Sidney 17-2.75; 7. Stewart, Sidney 17-0.75 Discus — 1. Brad Montgomery, Lehman, 142-10 2. Spicer, Anna, 136-7; 7. Ben Montgomery, Lehman, 110-9 Shot put — 2. Montgomery, 45-6; Montgomery 451; 5. Spillers 42-11 Pole vault — 6. Selander, Sidney, 9-6; 7. Wampler, Anna, and Bettinger, Anna, 9-6 (tie)
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night’s loss to the Texas Rangers early after jamming his non-throwing arm while dodging a line drive back to the mound. The Angels initially thought Weaver had only strained his elbow, but Weaver felt abnormal pain after the game, and an MRI exam on Monday unexpectedly revealed a fracture expected to sideline him four to six weeks. “It’s very disappointing, but I guess you’ve got to look on the bright side of things sometimes,” Weaver said. “It’s better earlier (in the season) than towards the end, but at the same time, it’s very frustrating and disappointing.” Weaver’s injury has sent the big-budget Angels scrambling after their 2-4 road start to a season of high expectations.
The linescore: Riverside ....000 000 0_0 9 3 WL-Salem..100 001 x_2 4 3 WP: Ward; LP: Wietholter ——
Weaver out 4 weeks ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Los Angeles Angels right-hander Jered Weaver will be out for at least a month after the ace broke a bone in his left elbow, casting a pall over the team’s home opener Tuesday before it even began. The Angels put Weaver on the 15-day disabled list, and the durable 20-game winner’s non-throwing arm was in a blue sling while his teammates took batting practice before their Angel Stadium opener against Oakland. “This is all new to me,” Weaver said. “I’ve never broken anything before, and didn’t really know how to take the news. It kind of was a shock at first, and now you’ve just got to play the waiting game, I guess.” Weaver left Sunday
• WEST LIBERTY — Riverside dropped a tough 2-0 verdict to West Liberty-Salem in girls softball action Monday. The Lady Tigers got a run in the first and one in the sixth, and that enough, even was though Riverside outhit them 9-4. For the Lady Pirates, Karli Castle had three hits with a double, and Taylor Nichols and Chelsea Giles both had two hits. Riverside left eight runners in scoring position.
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Greenville rallies to beat Sidney 11-8 GREENVILLE â€” Things were going well for the Sidney Yellow Jackets, leading 8-4 after batting in the fifth. But Greenville struck for six in the bottom of the fifth and went on to beat the Jackets 11-8 in Greater Western Ohio Conference North action Monday. For the Jackets, Ryan Penley was 3-for-4, Jacob Lochard singled and homered, Bobby Benshoff had two hits and Layne Sharp two hits and three runs. Benshoff and Lochard both drove in two. Penley started and was victimized by shoddy defense, the Jackets committing eight errors. He allowed just one earned run before exiting in the sixth. The linescore: Sidney........030 410 0_ 8 11 8 Greenville..311 060 x_11 13 3 Penley (LP), Gray (6) and Lochard; Baumgardner and Zumbrun. Records: Sidney 3-3, Greenville 5-3.
Cavs hold on to beat Marion MARIA STEIN â€” The Lehman Cavaliers held on for a 5-4 victory over Marion Local in non-league high school baseball action Monday. The win puts Lehman at 5-2 on the season. Greg Spearman hit a solo homer in the first for the Cavs, and John Copella had two hits with a double. For Marion, Troy Homan had two hits and
Homan, Austin Albers, Aaron Nietfeld and Peyton Kramer all had doubles. Cole Proffit went the distance for Lehman and struck out 11. Two Flyer hurlers fanned 10. The linescore: Lehman ......199 211 0_5 7 2 Marion ........010 001 2_4 7 0 Proffitt (WP) and Schutt; Unrast (LP),m Rethman (7) nd Mescher. Records: Lehman 5-2
Minster comes back on Wapak WAPAKONETA â€” Minsterâ€™s non-league game at Wapakoneta drew quite a crowd Monday, pitting the two-time defending Division IV state champion Wildcats against last yearâ€™s D-II state runner-up. Three Minster errors in the bottom of the first led to four Wapak runs, but that was all Devon Poeppelman gave them. The Wildcats came back with two in the third, three in the forth and three big insurance runs in the seventh to pull out an 8-4 win and remain unbeaten at 5-0. Minster got a two-out, two-run homer from Clay Brown in the fourth to tie the game up. Brown told his coach it was the very first home run of his baseball career. Ethan Wolf had two hits for the Wildcats and Brad Walterbusch had a double. Poeppelman scattered
seven hits, striking out pitched the shutout, seven and walking four. striking out six. The linescore: Bailey Francis was 3Minster.......002 300 3_8 6 3 for-4 and stole two bases, Wapak.........400 000 0_4 7 6 Poeppelman (WP) anbd Isaiah Counts was 3-forWolf; Culver (LP), Kaeck (5), 4 with a double, Cole Miller (7) and Schreiber. McEldowney had two Records: Minster 5-0, hits and two stolen Wapak 1-3. bases, and Andrew â€”â€” Daniel tripled and drove NK nips Fairlawn in two. NEW KNOXVILLE The linescore: â€” Fairlawn led 7-2 in Russia...........130 322_11 12 0 the fifth inning, but New Anna .............000 000_ 0 3 4 Sherman (WP) and Tebbe; Knoxville scored five Robinson (LP), Berning (4), times in the fifth to tie it Cummings (5) and Doseck. Records: Russia 6-1, Anna and then won it in the bottom of the seventh, 8- 1-4. â€”â€” 7 in non-league baseball win, Loramie Monday. Shane Topp led off the Olberding fans 15 seventh with a walk and FORT LORAMIE â€” stole second and third. Fort Loramie went to 2Fairlawn walked the 0 in the County and 2-2 bases loaded intention- overall with a 9-0 blankally, but the strategy did- ing of Fort Loramie in nâ€™t work as Wes Meyer County baseball Mondrove in the winning day. run. The Redskins outhit Adam Howe coaxed the Wildcats 10-1, riding three walked and stole the pitching of Grant Oltwo bases for the berding to the win. He Rangers. struck out 15 and â€”â€” walked just one. Arron Boerger had Russia wins two hits and scored in County play twice for Loramie, and ANNA â€” Anna managed just three hits Olberding had two hits while Russia was scoring and drove in two. Tanner in every inning but one Rittenhouse stole three in an 11-0 shutout at bases. The linescore: Anna Monday in County Houston ......010 000 0_0 1 3 baseball. Loramie ......213 110 x_9 10 2 The Raiders remain WP: Olberding; LP: Jolly Records: Fort Loramie 2-2, unbeaten in County play Houston 1-4. at 3-0 and go to 5-1 overâ€”â€” all. Botkins wins Anna is now 1-2 and 1-4. over Jackson For Russia, Trevor JACKSON CENTER Sherman was 3-for-5 â€” Botkins plated four with a double and a runs in the top of the home run, and also seventh and beat Jack-
SCOREBOARD 1 San Francisco . . . 4 3 .571 San Diego . . . . . . 1 5 .167 3Â˝ Monday's Games High school Milwaukee 7, Chicago Cubs 4 Cincinnati 13, St. Louis 4 High school sports N.Y. Mets 7, Philadelphia 2 TODAY Atlanta 2, Miami 0 Boys tennis Pittsburgh 5, Arizona 3 Lehman at Sidney San Francisco 4, Colorado 2 Softball Tuesday's Games Upper Scioto at Lehman L.A. Dodgers at San Diego, 6:40 THURSDAY p.m. Marion Local at Sidney Philadelphia 8, N.Y. Mets 3 Troy Christian at Lehman Chicago White Sox at WashingFort Loramie at Russia ton, n Celina at Minster Atlanta 3, Miami 2 New Knoxville at Parkway Milwaukee at Chicago Cubs, n Fairlawn at Houston Cincinnati at St. Louis, n Anna at Botkins Pittsburgh at Arizona,n Riverside at Ridgemont Colorado at San Francisco, n Softball Wednesday's Games Fort Loramie at Russia Cincinnati (H.Bailey 1-0) at St. Fairlawn at Houston Louis (Westbrook 0-1), 1:45 p.m. Anna at Botkins Pittsburgh (J.Sanchez 0-1) at Riverside at Ridgemont Arizona (Miley 1-0), 3:40 p.m. Boys tennis Colorado (Francis 1-0) at San Sidney at Springboro Francisco (Zito 1-0), 3:45 p.m. Track Chicago White Sox (Floyd 0-1) Minster, Anna at New Bremen at Washington (Zimmermann 1-0), Lehman, Fairlawn at Riverside 7:05 p.m. FRIDAY N.Y. Mets (Hefner 0-1) at Baseball Philadelphia (K.Kendrick 0-1), 7:05 Lehman at Ridgemont p.m. Fort Loramie at New Bremen Atlanta (Minor 1-0) at Miami New Knoxville at Delphos (Sanabia 1-0), 7:10 p.m. Houston at Fort Recovery Milwaukee (Lohse 0-0) at Bradford at Botkins Chicago Cubs (Feldman 0-1), 8:05 Softball p.m. Versailles at Anna L.A. Dodgers (Billingsley 0-0) at Botkins at Fort Recovery San Diego (Stults 1-0), 10:10 p.m. Troy Christian at Houston Thursday's Games New Bremen at Jackson Center San Francisco at Chicago Cubs, Coldwater at Russia 2:20 p.m. Lehman at Ridgemont Chicago White Sox at WashingTrack ton, 7:05 p.m. Houston at Fort Recovery L.A. Dodgers at San Diego, Sidney at Miami East Inv. 10:10 p.m. Boys tennis â€”â€” West Milton at Lehman American League SATURDAY East Division Baseball W L Pct GB Jackson Center at New Bremen Boston . . . . . . . . . 5 2 .714 â€” Russia at Covington (2) Baltimore . . . . . . 3 4 .429 2 Minster at Fort Loramie New York. . . . . . . 3 4 .429 2 Allen East at New Knoxville Tampa Bay . . . . . 3 4 .429 2 Houston, Anna at St. Henry Inv. Toronto . . . . . . . . 2 5 .286 3 Fairlawn at Ansonia (2) Central Division Riverside at Ben Logan Chicago . . . . . . . . 4 2 .667 â€” Versailles at St. Marys (2) Detroit . . . . . . . . . 4 3 .571 Â˝ Softball Kansas City . . . . 4 3 .571 Â˝ Lehman at Bethel (2) Minnesota . . . . . . 4 3 .571 Â˝ Sidney at Celina Cleveland . . . . . . 3 4 .429 1Â˝ Fort Loramie at Jackson Center West Division Russia at Covington (2) Oakland . . . . . . . 5 2 .714 â€” Minster at St. Marys (2) Texas . . . . . . . . . . 5 2 .714 â€” Anna at New Bremen Seattle . . . . . . . . . 4 4 .500 1Â˝ Fairlawn at Riverside (2) Los Angeles . . . . . 2 4 .333 2Â˝ Marion Local at Botkins (2) Houston. . . . . . . . 1 6 .143 4 Versailles at Ansonia (2) Monday's Games Track Boston 3, Baltimore 1 Lehman, Russia, Minster, New N.Y. Yankees 11, Cleveland 6 Bremen, New Knoxville, Houston, Fairlawn, Botkins at Anna Invitational Jackson Center at Ridgemont Inv.
BASEBALL Major Leagues National League The Associated Press East Division W L Pct GB Atlanta . . . . . . . . 7 1 .875 â€” Washington . . . . . 4 2 .667 2 New York. . . . . . . 5 3 .625 2 Philadelphia . . . . 3 5 .375 4 Miami . . . . . . . . . 1 7 .125 6 Central Division Cincinnati . . . . . . 5 2 .714 â€” St. Louis . . . . . . . 3 4 .429 2 Chicago . . . . . . . . 2 5 .286 3 Milwaukee . . . . . 2 5 .286 3 Pittsburgh. . . . . . 2 5 .286 3 West Division Arizona . . . . . . . . 5 2 .714 â€” Colorado . . . . . . . 5 2 .714 â€” Los Angeles . . . . . 4 2 .667 Â˝
Kansas City 3, Minnesota 1 Texas 5, Tampa Bay 4 Seattle 3, Houston 0 Tuesday's Games Detroit 7, Toronto 3 Chicago White Sox at Washington, n N.Y. Yankees 14, Cleveland 1 Tampa Bay at Texas, n Minnesota at Kansas City, n Oakland at L.A. Angels, n Houston at Seattle, n Wednesday's Games Toronto (Buehrle 0-0) at Detroit (Porcello 0-1), 1:05 p.m. Tampa Bay (M.Moore 1-0) at Texas (D.Holland 0-0), 2:05 p.m. Chicago White Sox (Floyd 0-1) at Washington (Zimmermann 1-0), 7:05 p.m. N.Y. Yankees (Nova 0-1) at Cleveland (Myers 0-1), 7:05 p.m. Baltimore (Arrieta 0-0) at Boston (Dempster 0-1), 7:10 p.m. Minnesota (Hendriks 0-0) at Kansas City (W.Davis 0-0), 8:10 p.m. Oakland (Milone 1-0) at L.A. Angels (Blanton 0-1), 10:05 p.m. Houston (Peacock 0-1) at Seattle (Beavan 0-0), 10:10 p.m. Thursday's Games Toronto at Detroit, 1:05 p.m. Chicago White Sox at Washington, 7:05 p.m. N.Y. Yankees at Cleveland, 7:05 p.m. Baltimore at Boston, 7:10 p.m. Oakland at L.A. Angels, 10:05 p.m. Texas at Seattle, 10:10 p.m.
5 x-Memphis . . . . 52 25 .675 Houston . . . . . . 43 34 .558 14 Dallas . . . . . . . . 38 39 .494 19 New Orleans . . 27 50 .351 30 Northwest Division x-Oklahoma City56 21 .727 â€” 3 x-Denver. . . . . . 53 24 .688 Utah . . . . . . . . . 41 37 .526 15Â˝ Portland . . . . . . 33 44 .429 23 Minnesota. . . . . 29 47 .382 26Â˝ Pacific Division y-L.A. Clippers . 51 26 .662 â€” 7 Golden State . . 44 33 .571 L.A. Lakers. . . . 40 37 .519 11 Sacramento . . . 27 50 .351 24 Phoenix. . . . . . . 23 54 .299 28 x-clinched playoff spot y-clinched division z-clinched conference Monday's Games No games scheduled Tuesday's Games Indiana 99, Cleveland 94 New York 120, Washington 99 Brooklyn 104, Philadelphia 83 Miami 94, Milwaukee 83 Toronto at Chicago, n Phoenix at Houston, n Charlotte at Memphis, n Oklahoma City at Utah, n Minnesota at Golden State, n. New Orleans at L.A. Lakers, n Wednesday's Games Detroit at Cleveland, 7 p.m. Atlanta at Philadelphia, 7 p.m. Milwaukee at Orlando, 7 p.m. Miami at Washington, 7 p.m. Brooklyn at Boston, 8 p.m. Phoenix at Dallas, 8:30 p.m. L.A. Lakers at Portland, 10 p.m.
son Center 8-4 in County baseball Monday. The Trojans go to 4-3 overall and Jackson to 13. Evan Dietz and Seth Hoying both had tworun doubles, Zach Greve singled and doubled, Josh Schwartz had two hits, and Alex Roberts and Christian Hoskins both doubled. For Jackson, Gavin Wildermuth had two hits. The linescore: Botkins ........001 300 4_8 10 1 JC ................010 010 0_2 6 2 Miller (WP) and Frye; Frye and Meyer. Records: Botkins 4-3, JC 1-3.
Riverside opens league play DEGRAFF â€” Riverside opened play in the Northwest Central Conference Monday with an 11-1 win over Waynesfield. The Pirates are now 5-5 on the year. Jake Herron had four hits to lead Riverside, Dalton Bollinger singled and homered, and Dustin Profffitt, Landon Kelsey and Connor Cotterman all had two hits each. The linescore: Riverside ......220 043_11 13 1 Waynesfield..100 000_ 1 8 3 Miller (LP), Turner (6) and Little; Guthrie and Bollinger Records: Riverside 5-5.
Tigers outslug Covington VERSAILLES â€” Versailles banged out 17 hits and outslugged Covington in non-conference
action Monday 15-12. The Tigers, now 6-2, got seven in the first but fell behind when Covington got seven in the third. The Tigers then took the lead for good with three in the fifth, and added four mre in the sixth. Mike Rutschilling and Kyle Niekamp had three hits apiece and Mitch Gigandet, Mike Davidson and Jace Barga all had twohits each. Niekamp drove in four runs and had a three-run homer in the first. Gigandet, Barga and Lee Ruhenkamp all had doubles. The linescore: Covington ..307 000 2_12 8 2 Versailles...710 034 x_15 17 3 WP: Richard; S: Langenkamp Records: Versailles 6-2, Covington 4-3.
NB edges St. Marys NEW BREMEN â€” The New Bremen Cardinals scored single runs in the second and third and rode the outstanding pitching of Clay Bertke to a 2-0 shutout of St. Marys in nonleague action Monday. The Cardinals are now 2-5. Bertke went all seven and struck out 11. He allowed just two hits and walked just two. David Zirkle had two of Bremenâ€™s three hits, both doubles. The linescore: St. Marys ....000 000 0_0 2 0 New Bremen.011 000 x_2 3 1 WP: Bertke Records: New Bremen 2-5.
Sidney boys tennis team wins 4th straight Sidney hosted West Carrollton in boys tennis Tuesday and won for the fourth straight time, 5-0. Sidney, now 4-2, got a win from Dan Temple at first singles, 6-1, 6-0, Jacob Colley at second singles, 6-0, 6-2, and Frank Enyart at third singles, 6-0, 6-0. At first doubles, Neal Dev and Oakk Wynn won 7-5, 6-1, and at second doubles, Connor Bowers and Alex Wells won 6-0, 6-3. â€˘ Sidney made it three in a row with a 5-0 blanking of Xenia in action Monday. Sidney got a win from Temple at first singles, 6-0, 6-0, from Colley at second singles, 6-4, 6-3, and from Enyart at third
singles, 6-0, 6-0. At first doubles, Dev and Wynn won a battle, 6-7, 6-4, 6-4, and at second doubles, Bowers and Drew Vondenheuvel won 6-3, 6-0.
Cavs win 3-2 Lehman defeated Celina 3-2 Monday to remain unbeaten on the year at 4-0. Pierce Bennett won 63, 6-1 at first singles, the first doubles team of Noah Dunn and Mitchell Shroyer won 6-2, 2-6, 64, and the second doubles team of Louis Gaier and Riley Pickrel won 60, 6-1. At third singles,m Josh West lost a 6-1, 3-6, 6-3 verdict, and Sam Dean lost 6-3, 6-2 at second singles.
BASKETBALL NBA glance National Basketball Association The Associated Press EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pct GB x-New York . . . . 51 26 .662 â€” x-Brooklyn . . . . 45 32 .584 6 x-Boston . . . . . . 40 37 .519 11 Philadelphia. . . 31 46 .403 20 Toronto . . . . . . . 29 48 .377 22 Southeast Division z-Miami . . . . . . 61 16 .792 â€” x-Atlanta . . . . . 42 36 .538 19Â˝ Washington . . . 29 49 .372 32Â˝ Orlando. . . . . . . 19 59 .244 42Â˝ Charlotte . . . . . 18 59 .234 43 Central Division y-Indiana . . . . . 49 29 .628 â€” x-Chicago . . . . . 42 34 .553 6 x-Milwaukee. . . 37 40 .481 11Â˝ Detroit . . . . . . . 26 52 .333 23 Cleveland . . . . . 24 53 .312 24Â˝ WESTERN CONFERENCE Southwest Division y-San Antonio. . 57 20 .740 â€”
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Unseasonably warm temperatures will continue through today, but we will also be unsettled with a s l i g h t chance of showers or thunderTemperature Precipitation Sunrise/Sunset stor ms High Friday............................56 Friday ................................none Wednesday’s sunset..8:11 p.m. each day. Low Friday.............................28 Saturday............................none Thursday’s sunrise.....7:04 a.m. Highs will Brian Davis High Saturday .......................61 Sunday..............................trace Thursday’s sunset......8:12 p.m. be running 10-15 degrees above norLow Saturday........................38 Monday .............................trace mal. The best chance of rain High Sunday .........................71 Month to date....................trace will occur as a cold front Low Sunday ..........................48 Year to date........................8.13 moves through on Thursday. High Monday.........................70 Some of the storms Low Monday..........................51 Wednesday or Thursday Source: The Sidney Wastewater Treatment Plant, official weather reporting station for could be on the strong side. Shelby County, and the U.S. Naval Observatory. For current daytime conditions, low/high The cold front will then bring in cooler air at the end of the temperatures, go to AccuWeather.com. week.
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Cirrhosis not due to alcohol abuse DR. DEAR tissue, along with ROACH: I am 77 nodules of regenyears old and reerating liver cells. cently have been Cirrhosis can be diagnosed with caused by many cirrhosis of the different condiliver. I do not tions, including drink and never alcohol abuse, but have! Apparently certainly not this has been To your every case of circaused by a rhosis is caused good buildup of fat. I by alcohol. The am now watching health most common Dr. Keith everything I eat causes of cirrhosis Roach and have cut out in the U.S. and fried foods completely. Is Canada now are hepatitis there any hope for me at C, alcohol abuse and fatty all? I thought that the liver. All kinds of cirrhosis liver regenerated itself are worsened by exposure every so often? I am to alcohol, so being a healthy otherwise. — never-drinker is good sign M.P. for you. ANSWER: Cirrhosis Non-alcoholic fatty of the liver is a chronic liver disease is commonly, liver disease where much but not always, associated of the normal liver is re- with being overweight, esplaced by fibrous and scar pecially extra weight in
the abdomen (as opposed to hips and thighs), and with prediabetes or diabetes. However, there are other causes, such as sleep apnea and untreated hypothyroidism. In obese people, the rate of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease ranges from 50 percent to 90 percent. Only about 5 percent of people with fatty liver go on to develop cirrhosis. Even a 5 percent to 10 percent loss of body weight can prevent progression, and some medications are showing promise at preventing progression. Once cirrhosis has set in, it usually isn’t curable; however, that certainly doesn’t mean there is no hope! There are many important things that can
be done to prevent problems, even in people with cirrhosis. A few are easy: Get vaccinated against hepatitis A and hepatitis B. These viruses can be very serious to someone with existing liver disease, and are completely preventable with vaccination. Also, diet is very important. In addition to avoiding all alcohol (which you already have done), people with cirrhosis should avoid undercooked or raw foods, especially seafood like shellfish. Your doctor will periodically look at your liver to evaluate for precursors of liver cancer, and may recommend medication to prevent bleeding in the esophagus, both of which are complications of cirrhosis.
Girl’s racy Facebook profile makes grandma look askance DEAR ABBY: on to her items I have just discovthat have been in ered that my our family for granddaughter’s generations, inmother helped cluding a sizable her get a Faceinheritance. What book page on can I do to salvage which she is listed a relationship as 17, interested with a girl who in men and in a wants nothing to Dear relationship. The do with me? FailAbby child is only 11, ing that, where Abigail but you’d never can I turn to reknow it from the Van Buren place her with a makeup and more suitable hairdo in her photo. heir? My son can’t father I am heartbroken that any more children. — she is being “marketed” SAD GRANNY IN this way and that her FLORIDA prospects for a life of DEAR SAD achievement and happi- GRANNY: Your grandness are zero. I have little daughter may be disreto no contact with her be- spectful because her cause I have been put off mother dislikes you, and by her mother’s “street” you haven’t been around attitude. If her lips are enough so the girl could moving, the woman is really get to know you. lying. My granddaughter Also, she is only 11. Her is disrespectful and igno- mother is presenting her rant. on Facebook in an inapWhat breaks my heart propriate manner (to put is that I had hoped to pass it mildly), and the result
could be tragic. Is it possible for your son to talk with a lawyer and seek custody? If it’s not, he should contact child protective services. Rather than “replace” your grandchild, it would be better for all concerned to HELP her. DEAR ABBY: Three years ago, I found out that my wife of 14 years was sneaking around behind my back with her high school sweetheart. I confronted both of them and it ended. I forgave her, but I still can’t sleep at night because of something that’s bothering me. His wife has no idea about the affair, and I feel guilty that I haven’t told her about everything that happened. Some of my friends say I should call her and tell her, but now it seems like it happened too long ago to bring it to her attention.
Also, in an attempt to get her husband to come clean — which he did — I promised him I wouldn’t tell his wife. My wife and I have patched things up and we’re having the best years of our life together. So the question is, should I break my word and possibly upset my new relationship with my wife so I can not feel this guilt? — CAN’T SLEEP IN ILLINOIS DEAR CAN’T SLEEP: Surely there’s a better cure for your insomnia than causing needless pain to the wife. The affair ended years ago, and she is blameless in all this. Because you are still having trouble sleeping, talk to your doctor about it. Some sessions with a psychologist or a licensed family therapist may help you to assuage your guilt and find closure.
100 years April 10, 1913 The Peerless Bread Machine Co. has sold its entire foundry stock and equipment to the Philip Smith Manufacturing Co. The foundry will be dismounted and removed to the Smith premises which company, having taken over the foundry contracts of Peerless, will be able to give employment to the men heretofore employed at both foundries. The Smith Co. is contemplating large improvements in the immediate future. ——— The opening game of the baseball season in this city will be play at Lakeside park on Apr. 20, with the Botkins Reds furnishing the opposition. Sidney will start the season with a much stronger team than last year. Several new players have been signed, including Swartz, of St. Marys, with “Big Limp” who will do the twirling for the local boys. Cook will be behind the plate of the Sidney team.
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April 10, 1938 Kerr T. Carey, superintendent of mails at the Sidney post office, died this morning at this home west of the city. Mr. Carey had been associated with the local post office practically his entire life. He was the first rural carrier to serve out of the Sidney office and also the first superintendent of mails. Formal dedication of the new Holy Angels elementary school will be held on Sunday, May 1, it was announced today, by Rev. E.C. Lehman. The dedication will be accompanied by appropriate ceremonies officiated over by the bishop of the diocese, the Rev. George Rehring, of Cincinnati. ——— The glee clubs of Green Township High School will present the musical operetta tomorrow evening in the high school auditorium. The cast of principals for the production include: Bobby Shatto, Mildred Hancock, Mary Louise Lemmon, Stanley Vorpe, Mary Evelyn Howell, Roy Starrett, Waldo Clevenger, and Robert Hageman.
50 Years April 10, 1963 Shelby County rural schools have lost a second superintendent, Joseph J. Stone, who has been executive head of the Botkins system since 1957. His resignation, submitted to the Botkins board Wednesday night, came only nine days after
Therl Johnson retired at Jackson Center. Stone is retiring from teaching after 35 years of service. The Botkins board accepted his decision with regret. Stone said today that he has no definite plans for his retirement except for ‘Going fishin’. Stone’s resignation will become effective at the end of the present school year. His wife, Hazel, who has been a elementary teacher at Botkins, will join him in his retirement. ——— Two Sidney High School pupils set our at 2 a.m. today for a 25mile walk to Bellefontaine and return for a roundtrip jaunt of 50 miles. If they complete the walk under the President’s stipulation in his program of physical fitness they will receive a medal from the White House. Carl Sharp Jr., 19, and Jim Blackston, 16, expect to be in Sidney again about 6 p.m. They will travel via State Route 47 and carry water, candy bars, and an extra pair of shoes. They are among the first in this area to attempt the 50-mile hike.
25 years April 10, 1988 Steven Shuchat, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Shuchat, 845 South Main Avenue, has earned the highest rank of The Boy Scouts of America, the rank of Eagle. This rank, which is earned by less than 2 percent of all Boy Scouts, was presented to Shuchat at the recent “Court of Honor” held at St. Paul’s Church of United Christ Fellowship Hall. ——— V. Jay Westerheide and Everett Jewell, president of Jewell Building Systems which has purchased Lorcoa Inc. of Fort Loramie, are shown examining a product manufactured by Lorcoa. Westerheide, who was general manager of Lorcoa, will continue in that job under the new ownership. ——— Anna High School’s varsity cheerleaders for the 1988-89 school year are Dawn Coy, Heather Egbert, Sharon Bok, Amy Kloeppel and Sally Jones.
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Haller part of national examination Lehman Catholic High School senior Jacob Haller has been selected as one of approximately 900 students across the nation to take the United Haller States National Chemistry Olympiad Examination. More than 12,000 students are administered the preliminary test at local sites in an attempt to qualify to take the national examination. Haller will be administered that exam April 13 at Ohio Northern University. The three-part national exam lasts 4.5 hours and is divided into multiple choice questions, problem-solving questions, and a practical lab. The 20 top-scoring students are invited to attend a study camp held at the United States Air Force Academy. Those students will try to win one of four spots on the United States National Chemistry Olympiad team and the opportunity to represent the United States at the International Chemistry Olympiad based on performance. The study camp will be held at the Air Force Academy in Colorado. The International Chemistry Olympiad is an annual competition for the world’s most talented chemistry students at the secondary-school level. Nations around the world send a team of four students, who are tested on their chemistry knowledge and skills in a five-hour laboratory practical and five-hour written theoretical examination. The 45th Annual International Chemistry Olympiad will be held in Moscow, Russia, in July. The competition in the United States is sponsored by the American Chemical Society. Haller, the son of Cameron and Teresa Haller, of Sidney, ranks in the top 10 percent of his class and has an ACT composite score above 30. Haller has received a number of academic honors at Lehman. In addition, he has been involved in numerable curricular and extra-curricular activities. After graduating from Lehman, he plans to study engineering at Purdue University.
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Local man named to Ohio Military Hall of Fame Thatcher honored for service in Vietnam BY PATRICIA ANN SPEELMAN firstname.lastname@example.org JACKSON CENTER — Dennis Thatcher, of rural Jackson Center, will be inducted into the Ohio Military Hall of Fame during a ceremony May 3 at the Ohio Statehouse in Columbus. The 11:30 a.m. ceremony is open to the public and will be in Ohio Veterans Plaza on the east side of the statehouse. A local ceremony honoring Thatcher will take place during an open house at the Sidney Veterans of Foreign Wars hall May 5 beginning at 1 p.m. Veterans who are Ohio natives or who were conscripted from Ohio, who have been decorated for valor in the field, are eligible for induction into the Ohio Military Hall of Fame. Those include servicepeople who have been awarded one of the following citations: Medal of Honor, Distinguished Service Cross, Navy Cross, Air Force Cross, Silver Star, Distinguished Flying Cross for Heroism, Bronze Star Medal with “V” device, Air Medal with “V” device or Commendation Medal with “V” device.
Silver Star Thatcher is a veteran of the U.S. Army who was awarded a Silver Star for valor in combat in Vietnam. He joins two other area men in the hall of fame. Sidney native Robert Preiser was inducted posthumously in 2007. Donald Wehrman, of Fort Loramie, was inducted in 2010. Thatcher was drafted and served in the HHC, 1st Brigade, 5th Infantry, Division M from 1969 to 1971. “I was in a top-secret outfit,” he told the Sidney Daily News recently. Working in electronic warfare, his job was to relay messages to a home base. The messages were about enemy troop movements. He earned his Silver Star in 1971 when he was in charge of a firebase not far from the demilitarized zone between North and South Vietnam. At the base, on Dong Ha mountain, he sent
He gave coordinates to Spooky, who blew up the Dong Ha fuel pit to keep the fuel out of enemy hands. During the most intense fighting, Specter flew around the base where Thatcher was, firing to keep the ARVN battalion from being overrun, while Thatcher put himself in harm’s way by standing outside his bunker to direct the plane’s itinerary. “I put my flashlight in a hole at my bunker, so he would know not to fire on me,” Thatcher said.
Commendation His commendation for a Silver Star reads, in part, “For gallantry in action … and evading the enemy to reach a friendly fire support base. The enemy fired B40 rockets, 5mm recoilless rifles, .51-caliber machine guns and he refused to leave until the Photo provided enemy was suppressed. … DENNIS THATCHER pauses for a photo in Vietnam in 1971. Without his direction, the Thatcher, of rural Jackson Center, has been named to the enemy could not have been Ohio Military Hall of Fame. suppressed.” Thatcher’s general nomisignals to the main base by the NVA. camp at Quang Tri. “At 6 p.m. one evening, all nated him for a Distin“I worked with the most the bombs stopped,” Thatcher guished Service Cross, but he advanced system in the remembered. “I said, ‘Thank was awarded the Silver Star world,” he said. Occasionally, goodness,’ but then thought, instead. His wife, Angela, had been he would misread movement ‘it’s probably a bad idea.” told by the Army that he was that he saw in fog that surWhen he left his bunker, he rounded the mountain top. saw that enemy troops were missing in action. It was a journalist with the United moving up the mountain on Firing on fowls Press International news both the accessible sides. “The NVA (North Vietservice who phoned her “in went to the ARVN “I namese Army) would steal the wee hours of the mornbunker. There was no one everybody’s chickens or ing,” she said. “He said, ‘Your there,” he said. He realized ducks and march them husband is alive. We’re going he was the only one left on across the sensors,” he said. to interview him tomorrow.’” the mountain top. If he called that movement in After the war Concertina wire as a troop movement, the Besides the Silver Star the “I went down the steep “army” of fowls would get U.S. government awarded side of the mountain,” he fired on by friendly Viethim, Thatcher also received said. “I went through connamese forces. the Bronze Star from the certina wire (which is like “We went out and found all these feathers,” Thatcher barbed wire, but it has razor Vietnamese, for leading ARVN forces to safety. After laughed. Incoming rounds of blades instead of barbs atthe war, he worked for the enemy mortar fire increased tached to it). It cut my shirt Veterans Administration in off and my backpack, but I from 50 to 100 to 200 to 500 Dayton for 25 years and redidn’t get a scratch. I had a day throughout April and sent my men off earlier. The tired in 2000. He wrote a May 1971. By June, book about his experiences in 600 people who got killed Thatcher’s division and the Vietnam, “Cut on Six Sides.” Army of the Republic of Viet- were of the South VietIt was someone who knew namese Army. My general nam (ARVN) started taking told me he didn’t want me to him at the VA and who had as many as 2,000 rounds a send all my men off, but I did read his book who nominated day. it anyway. I didn’t want to be him for the Ohio Military He and the regiments of Hall of Fame honor. the ARVN found themselves responsible for them.” Now, he and Angela rent He went down a mounsurrounded by NVA regitheir 73 acres of farmland tainside that was almost a ments. and manage an apple orsheer vertical drop. He had “We had no way out,” he chard from which they left his radio behind. The said. For several weeks, process apple cider for sale. there was constant bombing Viet Cong got it, complete with its codes. But Thatcher They have two daughters, one in Quincy and one in talked to two American Florida, and four grandchilfighter planes that were dren. named Specter and Spooky.
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ANGELA AND Dennis Thatcher enjoy Grandparents Day at THATCHER STANDS on top of a bunker to direct a supply hel- school with their grandchildren, Gavin Drago (left) and Rori Malloy in 2009. icopter to land on Dong Ha mountain in Vietnam in 1971.
Edison board holds off-campus meeting at Honda ANNA — Honda of America’s Engine Plant hosted the March 27 Edison Community College Board of Trustees meeting. The off-campus meeting was part of Edison’s Linking and Learning Initiative designed to build ties to local busi-
ness and industries, as well as ensuring that Edison is meeting their needs, according to college officials. Honda officials answered questions from Edison President Cristabal Valdez and board members about their needs
for well-trained graduates they would seek to hire. The board also heard a number of monthly reports and an update on new initiatives at Edison in the areas of enrollment, retention and marketing.
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Ohio’s Fort Fizzle In 1863, quiet, bucolic Holmes County was the site of a nationally reported protest against the United States government. The fight was over the Conscription Act, which ordered that men be drafted in states that did not meet their troop quotas during the Civil War. The Copperheads, Northerners who favored an immediate peace settlement with the Confederacy, were very active in Holmes County. They encouraged neighbors to resist the draft or desert once they were forced into the Union Army. On June 5, a government official sent to enforce the Conscription Act was driven from Holmes County when protesters threw a rock at him. Soon after, a provost marshal and his men captured the four Copperheads accused of attacking the official. On their way to Wooster with their prisoners, the marshal and his men were stopped by eight to 10 Copperheads who demanded the four locals’ release. The government band was forced to surrender them. The skirmish caused a sensation. Hundreds of Copperheads gathered in nearby Napoleon (now called Glenmont) to protest and to try to stop any further enforcement of the Conscription Act. News of their protest reached army officers in Columbus, who ordered more than 400 soldiers to march toward Holmes County. That report scared the Copperheads. Most of them quickly fled, but a few decided to make their stand against the Army forces at a local farmhouse. They named the house Fort Vallandigham, after Copperhead leader and Dayton Congressman Clement L. Vallandigham. In its cellar, the “fort” had a spring and a tunnel that led to an orchard. An old stone fence and large rocks surrounded it. Guns and four cannons fortified it. The Army troops arrived; shots were fired. It was a brief skirmish. Some observes said it lasted one minute, others said no more than five. In the end, the resisters jumped out of the fort’s windows and ran out the doors and disappeared into the woods. Area reports of the battle quickly called the farmhouse by a new name—Fort Fizzle.
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In Loving Memory We remember those who have passed away and are especially dear to us. On Monday, May 27, 2013, we will publish a special section devoted to those who are gone, but not forgotten. Verse Selections: 1.
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In our hearts your memory lingers, sweetly tender, fond and true. There is not a day, dear Mother/Father, that we do not think of you. Thank you for loving and sharing, for giving and for caring. God bless you and keep you, until we meet again. Your life was a blessing, your memory a treasure. You are loved beyond words and missed beyond measure. Those we love we never lose, for always they will be, loved remembered, treasured, always in our memory. It broke our hearts to lose you, but you did not go alone. For part of us went with you, the day God called you home. My heart still aches in sadness, my silent tears still flow. For what it meant to lose you, no one will ever know. Memory is a lovely lane, where hearts are ever true. A lane I so often travel down, because it leads to you. Oh how we wish he/she was here today, to see all the blessings we have. Yet somehow you know that he/she is guiding us on our paths. Tenderly we treasure the past with memories that will always last. Remembering you on this day, comforted by so many memories. In the hearts of those who loved you, you will always be there. If love could have saved you, you would have lived forever. . Loved always, sadly missed. Forever remembered, forever missed. Suffer little children to come unto me.
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Due to growth in our business, the Classifieds That Work classifieds department of the Sidney Daily News, Troy Daily News, Piqua Daily Call and Weekly Record Herald is seeking a Classified Sales Receptionist. We are seeking an energetic team player who can work independently to provide support for our classified call center. This full time position is based in our Sidney, Ohio, office. Qualified individuals will have an advanced knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint with the ability to accurately type 40 wpm. Qualifications will also include sales experience, professional appearance, excellent verbal and written communication skills as well as prior knowledge of business office equipment. We offer an 8am-5pm, Monday through Friday work week in addition to a competitive hourly wage and benefits.
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REQUIRES: Reliable transportation, working phone and state minimum insurance is required. You must also be at least 18 years of age.
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If no one is available to take your call, please leave a message with your name, address, phone number and SDNM number that you are interested in. Motor routes are delivered Saturdays, Holidays and on an as needed basis by independent contractors.
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Jason 937-498-5934 or Rachel 937-498-5912
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Botkins Rd, Linker Rd, Lock Two Rd, Pasco Montra Rd, Southland Rd, St Rt 274, St Rt 65, Wones Rd
1002 N. Main St. Sidney, Ohio 45365
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RESCARE, a leader in providing support to individuals with developmental disabilities is seeking a Residential Manager in the Sidney area. This position will administer the day-today operations of a group home, including staff supervision, payroll and financial management.
Eric Jones, Owner
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Payroll & Benefit Specialist: Bachelorʼs degree in Human Resources or a related field or equivalent experience, Prior work experience in Payroll / Benefits
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IT Support Staff: Bachelorʼs degree required, with a technical major, such as computer science or equivalent combination of education/experience
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2nd shift Machine Operator, Immediate opening for a 2nd shift machine operator. Monday thru Thursday 1:30pm to midnight.
PT Fitness Associates (Sidney only): experienced in general fitness and nutrition
Electronic Filing 45 Years Experience
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OTR Drivers and Yard Drivers – CDL A Required
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1250 4th Ave.
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Previous management and food industry experience preferred. Open Interviews Tuesday April 9, 2013 8am-12pm and 2pm-5pm and Thursday April 11, 2013 8am-12pm and 2pm-5pm
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4th Ave. Store & Lock
Associates degree or certification in related field preferred. Proficient in MS Office, strong mathematical ability and excellent written and verbal communication required.
16900 Ft. Loramie-Swanders Rd., Sidney
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General Associates: experienced or will train the right candidates. May include: towbuggy operation; forklift, general assembly, etc. Must be able to lift up to 25lbs frequently.
We offer competitive pay, excellent benefits including 401(k), paid vacation & holidays, and the opportunity for advancement.
CDL CLASS B DRIVER
Opportunities include, but are not limited to locations in Sidney, Anna and East Liberty, All shifts may be considered, primary need is 2nd shift!
Rapidly expanding snack food manufacturer, in Ohio is seeking experiences, dependable, self-motivated individuals for all shifts.
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Covington Care Center, a 100 bed rehab and nursing center, part of AdCare Health Systems, is seeking an experienced Business Office Manager (BOM) to lead our center's business office dept. The successful BOM candidate will have 2 to 3 years experience in accounts receivable management; excellent communication skills, successful cash collection history, demonstrated ability to reduce DSO, must have proficient knowledge of Medicare, Medicaid, and Insurance billing systems.
Interested persons please forward resumes to: timothy.schultz@ covingtoncarecenter.com or mail to Administrator 75 Mote Drive Covington, OH 45318 or fax to (937)473-2963
Continental Express, Inc., a full service transportation company that specializes in hauling refrigerated food products is currently seeking an experienced Technician for its Sidney terminal.
Will perform maintenance and repairs on semi trucks & trailers. Duties will include preventative maintenance, inspections and repairs, brake and tire repairs, and other duties as assigned. Candidates with prior knowledge and experience on semi's strongly preferred. Must have own tools and be extremely dependable. Pay to be determined by experience. Excellent benefit package. Apply at: Continental Express Inc. 10450 St Rt 47 Sidney, OH 45365 (800)497-2100 Or email resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
PC SUPPORT SPECIALIST
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We have a PC Support Specialist position available at our corporate office. This position is responsible for providing technical support to all employees by diagnosing and resolving technical hardware and software issues. Additionally, this position works closely with the Technology Manager and assists with various network operations.
Minster Bank is a locally owned bank, and we offer a comprehensive benefit package which includes insurance, paid time off, holiday pay, as well as the opportunity to participate in our 401(k)/ profit sharing plans. To submit your resume, please visit our website at www.MinsterBank.com and click on the Careers tab to view all job openings. Minster Bank is an equal opportunity employer
IN-HOME CARE, Make an agreement/ offer/ commitment. Will exchange professional, devoted nursing care to someone for the rest of their life. 23 years experience. Exchange for negotiations. Call Rose (937)751-5014. DISPATCHER/ CUSTOMER SERVICE
Cheeseman LLC, a full service transportation company providing LTL, TL, dedicated and leasing services, is seeking an experienced dispatcher/ customer service manager for our operations center in Fort Recovery, Ohio. This highly visible position will have the responsibility to lead with integrity, good character and high valued, maintain or exceed current service levels, cooperate and communicate in fast paced multi-terminal environment, asset utilization and succeeding. The ideal candidate will possess similar experience with a like company and skills in supervision, inter-personal communications, mapping geography - routing, decision making, multi-tasking, driver relations/ retention, fleet safety and compliance, computers, various software applications and customer service. Please send resume in confidence to: HRD@cheeseman.com Visit us at www.cheeseman.com
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1, 2 & 3 Bedroom, appliances, fireplace, secure entry. Water & trash included, garages. (937)498-4747 Carriage Hill Apts. www.firsttroy.com
2 BEDROOM, 1.5 bath, fireplace, 1 car garage. $525 Monthly. (419)305-6292
2 BEDROOM, in Sidney, appliances, washer/ dryer hookup, off street parking yard no pets $440 monthly plus deposit, includes water, (937)295-2063
3 BEDROOM, 1 bath, appliances furnished, close to shopping, $500 monthly plus utilities & deposit, MUST HAVE REFERENCES, (937)492-5599
3 BEDROOM, 1 bath, appliances included, finished basement, 2 car garage, fenced yard, sunroom, nice neighborhood, $650 plus deposit, MUST HAVE REFERENCES, (937)492-5599 3 BEDROOM, 1.5 bath, Country ranch, Fairlawn, No pets, Non smoking, $600 monthly, $600 deposit, (937)362-4842
4 BEDROOM Ranch in country. $650 monthly plus deposit. (937)726-1673
7 ACRE lot, part wooded, south of Degraff. $39,900, $1000 down. $349 month. 7 acre lot, part wooded, new septic, 10x16 shed, $46,900, $1000 down. $399 month, (828)884-6627. 1236 TURNER, Sidney. 3 bedroom, 2 bath home, CA, 2 car garage. $128,500. Jim Walterbusch (419)305-3231, Arnold Group.
NOW OFFERING HOMES FOR SALE Financing & Lease option to own AVAILABLE Call for an appointment today! (937)497-7763
2 BEDROOM SPECIAL $350 monthly, Michigan Street, Sidney, appliances, washer/ dryer hookup, NO PETS. (937)638-0235.
DRESSER, chest of drawers, drill press, band saw, table jigsaw, rolltop desk, (937)726-6587 RIDING MOWER, Craftsman 42" deck, 6 speed transmission, 13 HP, Briggs & Stratton engine, new battery, very clean, asking $825 OBO. China cabinet (3 piece) with matching table, extra leaf and four chairs, tan in color, $450 OBO. Baby crib with attached changing table, $125 OBO. 350 Chevy stock engine, $250 OBO, (937)418-7227. PLAYER PIANO with bench and sheet music, 41" high, excellent condition, approximately 200 rolls, $1200, (937)368-2290.
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CAT, Male, 2 years old, litter trained, very loving, Owner moved unable to keep, Free to good indoor home, (937)726-4637 JACK RUSSELL Terrier pups, 2 females, $150 each. Call (419)582-4211.
KITTENS, 8 Weeks old, Multi colors, Have extra fingers & toes, very cute, Located in Houston, free to good homes, (937)726-9490
KITTENS, loving, adorable, cuddly and warm. 4 black and white, 2 black with tiny spots of white. Mother & father also available, beautifully marked, free, (937)638-9144. PAPILLON PUPS, 3 Females, Black & White, beautifully marked, born 1-12-13, vet checked, health papers, first shots, $325, (937)726-5002
WEIMARANER/ Australian Shepherd Puppies free to good homes! Will be eight weeks on 3-29. 4 males and 2 females, (937)214-4639
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AWNING, retractable 15' wide x 12' projection. White and blue. Comes with motorized remote as well as manual handle and all hardware. Like new, only used 1 year $3500, (937)492-1635.
PUPPIES, Our specialty. Choose from Chihuahuas, Morkie/poos, Shih Tzs, Yorkies. Garwick's the Pet People (419)795-5711 garwicksthepetpeople.com
DISCOVER PEBBLEBROOK Village of Anna. 2 & 3 Bedroom townhomes & ranches. Garages, appliances, washer & dryer. Close to I-75, Honda, 20 miles from Lima.
MODERN SINGLE Story Duplex, clean, appliances, newer carpet, credit check, $445, 620 North Wagner, (419)738-4663
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Page 6B WE PAY cash for your old toys, Cast Iron antiques, and collectibles! Star Wars, GI Joes, Magic the Gathering postcards, pre-1980's comics, much more, (937)606-0405.
2002 CHEVROLET Malibu, 4 door, tan, 175,000 miles. 6 cyl, auto, good condition $3000. (937)418-9688 2000 TERRY XE, 27' selfcontained trailer with 13' slide-out, 1 owner! Nice, electric jack in front, $7900, (937)418-7820. 2003 TRAIL-LITE 22' travel trailer, 3 burner stove with oven, refrigerator with freezer, AC/furnace, sleeps 6, excellent condition! $8250, (937)676-2590.
1986 HONDA Goldwing Aspencade, metallic beige, 28,158 miles. Very good condition, always stored inside, $3500. (937)498-0110
2008 SUZUKI, Burgman 400 Scooter, like new, $4500 or make offer (937)676-3016
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classifieds that work .com 925 Public Notices PUBLIC NOTICE Village of Fort Loramie 14 Elm Street Fort Loramie, Ohio 45845 Notice is hereby given that the Council of the Village of Fort Loramie will hold a Public Hearing on a Zoning Map Amendment Application during their Regular Council Meeting on Monday May 13, 2013 at 8 P.M. in the Council Chambers, 14 Elm Street, Fort Loramie, Ohio. Application 2013-03 filed by Gaiers Chrysler-Dodge-Jeep Inc., 36 W. Main St., request a zoning change of lot 36, 32 W. Main St., from a R-2 district to a C-2 district. The applications are available for review at the Village offices during normal business hours. Apr. 10
314 KOSSUTH, 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath, attached garage, large fenced yard, AC, $775, (937)492-4038
MOWER, Sears YS4500, 20H OHV engine, 42 inch cut, only 121 hours, automatic, $500, (937)538-8000
2005 KIA SEDONA
Great gas mileage, extra clean, new tires, 129K miles, $5700 OBO (937)776-3521 or (937)684-0555
LEGAL NOTICE REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL – MEDICAID NON-EMERGENCY TRANSPORTATION SERVICES The Shelby County Department of Job & Family Services seek proposals for delivery of Non-Emergency Transportation Services for Medicaid-eligible individuals in Shelby County for the period of July 1, 2013 – June 30, 2014. Request for Proposal documents are available electronically or via mail from Amy Ahrens of the Shelby County Department of Job & Family Services; 227 South Ohio Avenue; Sidney, Ohio 45365; phone (937) 498-4981. Completed proposals must be submitted to the above address by 4:00 PM, May 17, 2013, to be considered. Apr. 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15, 17 2383431 SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE REVISED CODE, SEC. 2329.26 NO. 12CV165 The State of Ohio, Shelby County. Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., Plaintiff vs. Jimmy Murray, et al., Defendant In pursuance of an Order of Sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, 206 Hall Street, Sidney, OH 45365 in the second floor lobby of the courthouse, in the above named County, on April 24, 2013, at 10:00 am, the following described real estate, A copy of the full legal description can be found at the Shelby Co. courthouse. Parcel No: 01-18-35-230-002 Said Premises Located at 206 Hall Street, Sidney, OH 45365 Said Premises Appraised at $90,000 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. TERMS OF SALE: 10% down at time of sale, balance due in 30 days. Sheriff John Lenhart, Sheriff Shelby County, OH Wayne E. Ulbrich, Attorney Apr. 3, 10, 17 2380080
SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE REVISED CODE, SEC. 2329.26 NO. 12CV168 The State of Ohio, Shelby County. Central Mortgage Company, Plaintiff vs. Rick A. Broaddrick, et al., Defendant In pursuance of an Order of Sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, 10121 Northmore Drive, Sidney, OH 45365 in the second floor lobby of the courthouse, in the above named County, on April 24, 2013, at 10:00 am, the following described real estate, A copy of the full legal description can be found at the Shelby Co. courthouse. Parcel # 13-1801451.004 Said Premises Located at 10121 Northmore Drive, Sidney, OH 45365 Said Premises Appraised at $120,000 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. TERMS OF SALE: 10% down at time of sale, balance due in 30 days. Sheriff John Lenhart, Sheriff Shelby County, OH Miranda S. Hamrick, Attorney Apr. 3, 10, 17
SHERIFF'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE REVISED CODE, SECTION 2329.25 NO. 12 CV 000094 The State of Ohio, Shelby County JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association, Plaintiff vs. Larry J. Beard, et al., Defendant In pursuance of an Order of Sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, in the second floor lobby of the Courthouse in the above named county, on Wednesday, the 24th day of April, 2013 at 10:00AM the following described real estate, situate in the County of Shelby and State of Ohio, and City of Sidney, to wit: Situated in the County of Shelby, In the State of Ohio and in the City of Sidney, and bounded and described as follows: Being Lot Number 3080, Fielding Heights Subdivision in the City of Sidney, County of Shelby and State of Ohio; The plat of said lots being recorded as Instrument #39033 in Plat Book 5, Page 49 of the Plat Records of Shelby County, Ohio, and subject to all easements, conditions and restrictions of record. Said Premises Located at 847 Merri Lane, Sidney, OH 45365 Said Premises Appraised at $75,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. TERMS OF SALE: 10% deposit John Lenhart, Sheriff Shelby County, Ohio Andrew C. Clark, Attorney Apr. 3, 10, 17 2379080
TRACTOR, Massey Harris Pony collector tractor with hydraulic blade, excellent condition. (937)489-1725
TRACTOR, Nice original Ferguson 30 with 90% rubber,12 volt, local one owner, (937)489-1725
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2 BEDROOM house in country, 2 car garage, Bethel Township, No pets! $700 monthly plus deposit, 6395 Studebaker Road, (937)667-4144 for appointment to see
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2011 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN-CREW Loaded, including quad seats, rear air, power sliding doors, stow & go, backup camera, new Michelin tires, black crystal pearl, approx. 69K, very good condition, $15,675. (937)216-0453
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SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE REVISED CODE, SEC. 11681 REVISED CODE SEC. 2329.26 CASE NO. 11CV000066 The State of Ohio, Shelby County Chase Home Finance LLC, Plaintiff - vs Kevin D. Wagnild, et al., Defendant In pursuance of a Fifth Pluries Order of Sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, on the Second floor lobby of the Shelby County Courthouse, in Sidney, Ohio, on Wednesday, the 24th day of April, 2013 at 10:00 A.M. o’clock P.M., the following described real estate, to-wit: LEGAL DESCRIPTION CAN BE FOUND AT THE SHELBY COUNTY RECORDER’S OFFICE. PROPERTY ADDRESS: 110 North Street, Russia, Ohio PROPERTY OWNER: Kevin D. Wagnild and Ashley B. Wagnild PRIOR DEED REFERENCE: OR Book 1560, Page 427 PP#: 24-24-14-179-004 Said Premises Appraised at $70,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of this amount. TERMS OF SALE: Cash. Cannot be sold for less than 2/3rds of the appraised value. 10% of purchase price down on day of sale, cash or certified check, balance on confirmation of sale. John R. Lenhart, Sheriff Shelby County, Ohio REIMER, ARNOVITZ, CHERNEK & JEFFREY CO., L.P.A. By: Richard J. LaCivita (Reg. #0072368) Attorneys for Plaintiff Apr. 3, 10, 17 2378781
SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE CASE NUMBER 12CV000388 Fifth Third Mortgage Company -vsAngela M. Wooten, et al. Court of Common Pleas, Shelby County, Ohio In pursuance of an Order of Sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction at the 2nd floor lobby of the Courthouse in the above county, on the 24th day of April, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. the following described real estate: Situated in the Township of Clinton, County of Shelby and State of Ohio, viz: Situated in the Southwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section 3, Town 7, Range 6 East, and being Lot Number One (1) in the Millcreek Subdivision as shown by plat number 54308, recorded in Plat Book 5, Page 96, of the Plat Records of Shelby County, Ohio. Subject to all legal highways. Parcel Number(s): 02-26-03-155-013 Prior Deed Info.: Warranty Deed, OR Book 1574, Page 573, filed February 08, 2006 Said premises also known as 3098 W. Millcreek Road, Sidney, OH 45365 PPN: 02-26-03-155-013 Appraised at: $105,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds (2/3) of that amount. TERMS OF SALE: A DEPOSIT OF A CERTIFIED CHECK, PAYABLE TO THE SHERIFF, OR CASH, FOR TEN (10%) PER CENT OF THE PURCHASE PRICE WILL BE REQUIRED AT THE TIME THE BID IS ACCEPTED; EXCEPT WHERE THE BID AMOUNT IS $3,000.00 OR LESS, THE MINIMUM DEPOSIT SHALL BE $300 AND THE MAXIMUM DEPOSIT IN ANY CASE SHALL BE $10,000. THE FULL PURCHASE PRICE PAID TO THE SHERIFF WITHIN THIRTY (30) DAYS FROM THE DATE OF SALE, AND UNLESS PAID WITHIN EIGHT (8) DAYS FROM THE DATE OF SALE SHALL BEAR INTEREST AT THE RATE OF TEN (10%) PER CENT UNTIL PAID, AND ON FAILURE TO DO SO, THE PURCHASER, SHALL BE ADJUDGED IN CONTEMPT OF COURT. John R. Lenhart, Sheriff of Shelby County THE LAW OFFICES OF JOHN D. CLUNK, CO., LPA John D. Clunk #0005376 Ted A. Humbert #0022307 Timothy R. Billick #0010390 Robert R. Hoose #0074544 4500 Courthouse Blvd, #400, Stow OH 44224 PH: 330-436-0300 FAX: 330-436-0301 Apr. 3, 10, 17 2379213