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Nuclear limitations US stresses limits of NKorea’s nuclear missiles BY ROBERT BURNS Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — On the brink of an expected North Korean missile test, U.S. officials focused on the limits of Pyongyang’s nuclear firepower Friday, trying to shift attention from the dis-

closure that the North Koreans might be able to launch a nuclear strike. They insisted that while the unpredictable government might have rudimentary nuclear capabilities, it has not proved it has a weapon that could reach the United States.

A senior defense official said the U.S. sees a “strong likelihood” that North Korea will launch a test missile in coming days in defiance of international calls for restraint. The effort is expected to test the North’s ballistic missile technologies, not a nuclear

weapon, said the official, who was granted anonymity to discuss intelligence matters. Unless the missile unexpectedly heads for a U.S. or allied target, the Pentagon does not plan to try to shoot it down, several officials said. As See LIMITS/Page 7A

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TODAY’S THOUGHT “The excursion is the same when you go looking for your sorrow as when you go looking for your joy.” — Eudora Welty, American author (1909-2001). For more on today in history, turn to Page 7A.

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Water rescue training Sidney firefighters Dallas Davis (left) and Mike Terrian practice rescue maneuvers in a boat on Tawawa Creek Friday. Members of the Sidney Department of Fire and Emergency Services spent most of the day doing fast water training. The water training usually takes place on the Great Miami River, but it was considered unsafe for training after recent heavy rain.

Speed limit expected to rise BY MELANIE YINGST Civitas Media myingst@civitasmedia.com The goal of the new Ohio speed limit is not to turn portions of rural interstate into the German Autobahn, but a local Ohio State Highway Patrol trooper said both Miami and Shelby counties are likely to see the new 70 mph speed

limit on their stretch of Interstate 75. On April 1, Ohio Gov. John Kasich agreed to increase the speed up to 70 mph on rural portions of Ohio’s interstate system when he signed the $3.87 billion state transportation biennium budget. The speed increase is set to take place on July 1. According to Sgt. Joseph

Gebhart of the Piqua Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol, the OSP does not know where the 70 mph zones will be yet, but Miami and Shelby counties do fall into the category of “rural interstate” zones. “We don’t really know where the increases will be quite yet and what areas See SPEED/Page 5A

Longtime local banker to join Hall of Honor Douglas Millhoff graduated from Sidney High School in 1958 in the days when the high school was downtown and commencement was held in the Historic Sidney Theatre. When his name is mentioned almost Millhoff 55 years later, several terms come to mind including tennis, Mutual Federal and philanthropy. Millhoff will join fellow inductee and longtime friend Dr. Bill Ross III (SHS 1965) as the newest members of the Sidney City Schools Hall of Honor during the 20th annual

induction ceremony at Sidney High School on Friday at 7:30pm. The formal auditorium induction will be followed by a gymnasium reception with the public invited to attend both events. Twenty years of Hall of Honor selections have now produced 107 inductees. Throughout the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s Sidney High enjoyed great success in tennis under legendary coach R.J. White in the old Miami Valley League. Millhoff was MVL singles champion in 1957, taught youth tennis in Sidney during summer college breaks, and was captain and Most Valuable Player during his years at Capital University in Columbus. His efforts

to support and promote tennis at Capital and in Sidney continue to this day. Millhoff graduated in Business Administration from Capital in 1963 before serving as a thrift examiner for the state of Ohio. He joined Mutual Federal Savings and Loan (later “Savings Bank”) in 1965 as bookkeeper and assistant secretary, rising to Chief Executive Officer in 1970 where he remained through 1986. Halfway through that 16 year tenure Mutual Federal constructed and opened its current downtown Sidney main office. After 1986 he continued to serve on the Board of Directors, chair the executive committee and overall board, and

advise his successor, Randy Herron. The company went public by issuing stock in 1988 before a successful buyout by an institution from Richmond, Ind., in 2007. Herron was among those who supported Millhoff ’s nomination to the Hall of Honor, citing how Millhoff had modernized Mutual Federal while growing it almost five-fold prior to Herron’s arrival. The Herron years saw further growth with the new CEO crediting the mentorship of his predecessor as a critical factor. Millhoff has always been active in his community by providing leadership, service, and philanthropy to many causes and organizations inSee HONOR/Page 3A

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HARRISBURG, Pa. — For bargain shoppers and NASCAR fans, the countdown is on for the grand opening of the newest Ollie’s Bargain Outlet store in Sidney. Bargain shoppers can explore the deals and 250 Harvick fans will have the opportunity to meet NASCAR superstar Kevin Harvick. The growing chain, known for closeouts and “Good Stuff Cheap,” will officially open the doors at 9 a.m. Wednesday. The newest Ollie’s Bargain Outlet is located at 2240 Michigan St. in West Town Square in Sidney. Fans should arrive early for a chance to meet Harvick. Beginning at 7:30 a.m., 250 tickets will be distributed on a first come, first served basis (limit one per person). At 10 a.m., ticket holders will be able to meet and have their photo taken with Harvick, as well as have him autograph one piece of their own memorabilia. “We are excited to open our 22nd store in the great state of Ohio where the folks have been so good to us,” said Mark Butler, president and CEO of Ollie’s Bargain Outlet. “I See HARVICK/Page 5A

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Police log THURSDAY -6:05 p.m.: theft. Theft of $100 was reported at 602 Greenbriar Court. The victims were Lori Joslin, $40; Kurt Crusey, $40; and Carol Covault, $20. -4:42 p.m.: contempt. Police arrested Brandon Steele, 26, 718 Lynn St., on a contempt warrant. -4:12 p.m.: unruly. Police arrested a 17year-old girl for allegedly being unruly. WEDNESDAY -2:41 p.m.: property found. A person brought to the Police Department a suitcase, which contained clothes, that had fallen out of a moving vehicle. TUESDAY -7:09 p.m.: theft. Dennis L. Henderson, 920 N. Miami Ave., reported the theft of his bicycle, valued at $200, from a bike rack at Northwood School.

Accidents Jordan A. Ragland, 19, 958 Port Jefferson Road, was cited with failure to yield when turning left after an accident Sunday at 3:29 p.m. Ragland was driving a sport utility vehicle southbound on Wapakoneta Avenue and was turning left into a

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private drive at 1108 Wapakoneta Ave. He turned into the path of a northbound motorcycle driven by Loy G. Brown, 35, 812 Norwood Ave. Brown hit his front brake and lost control of the motorcycle. No collision occurred between the two vehicles. Brown suffered nonincapacitating injuries. Paramedics took him to Wilson Memorial Hospital. • A Sidney Police officer was cited with improper backing after an accident Tuesday at 9:13 p.m. Mike McRill, 47, was driving a police car in an alley in the 800 block of South Miami Avenue. He said he thought he had bumped into or run over something. He backed up and the driver’s side mirror hit a utility pole. • Cited with improper backing after an accident Thursday at 8:31 a.m. was Wendy J. Holthaus, 49, 5431 Cardo Road, Fort Loramie. Holthaus backed her car from an alley beside 117 Pike St. and hit a parked pickup truck owned by Ashley Ann Christian, 117 Pike St. • William L. Holcomb, 41, 237 W. Pinehurst St., was cited with failure to maintain an assured clear distance after a crash Wednesday at 8:59

p.m. on Russell Road. A vehicle driven by Holcomb struck in the rear a vehicle driven by Joel M. Kranenburg, 27, 608 Addy Ave., that was stopped at a traffic light on Russell Road at St. Marys Avenue.

Fire, rescue FRIDAY -3:54 a.m.: medical. Medics were called to the 600 block of Carly Lane, but the call was canceled. -3:39 p.m.: medical. Medics were called to the 2800 block of Bridlewood Drive. THURSDAY -8:32 p.m.: medical. Medics were called to the 700 block of Michigan Street. -7:41 p.m.: medical. Medics were called to the 1900 block of Fair Road. -4:31 p.m.: auto accident. Medics were called to the 90 mile marker of Interstate 75 for an auto accident, but there were no injuries. -10:30 a.m.: medical. Medics were called to the 400 block of Riverside Drive. -10 a.m.: medical. Medics were called to the 2500 block of North Kuther Road. -8:19 a.m.: medical. Medics were called to the 800 block of Park Street.

MINSTER — Minster Junior High student Nick C h a l k placed fourth Saturday in the Ohio National Geographic Chalk Bee. Chalk, the son of Kevin and Lisa

Chalk, competed in the state contest, held at Grandview Heights High School near Columbus, for the second consecutive year. The state bee was sponsored by Google and Plum Creek.This is the 25th anniversary of the bee. The students with the top 100 scores on a qualifying test were invited to compete in

the state contest. The state winner,Westlake Middle School student Kyle Yu, will represent Ohio at the National Geographic Bee next month in Washington, D.C. The national winner will receive a $25,000 college scholarship and an all-expenses trip to the Galapagos Islands.

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FRIDAY –12:54 a.m.: medical. Versailles Life Squad was called to the 200 block of Elizabeth Street, Russia. THURSDAY –10:07 p.m.: medical. Jackson Center and Anna Rescue were called to the 200 block of Robb Street, Jackson Center. –7:03 p.m.: medical. THURSDAY Perry-Port-Salem Res–9:20 p.m.: burglary. FRIDAY cue was called to the –6:36 a.m.: prop- Jackson Center Police 8000 block of Broad erty-damage accident. investigated a burglary Street, Port Jefferson. –4:38 p.m.: medical. Two vehicles apparently at 300 Clay St.

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In Sidney Municipal Court Friday, Judge Duane Goettemoeller Christian M. fined Manor, 19, 214 Pike St., $1,000 and $143 costs and sentenced him to 30 days in jail for drug abuse. • Robert A. Marvin, 39, 428 S. Main Ave., was fined $250 and $138 costs and sentenced to 180 days in jail for theft. He also was fined $250 and $138 costs and sentenced to 180 days in jail for receiving stolen property. • Linda Paulus, 53, 2400 Wapakoneta Ave., Lot 43, was fined $150 and $138 costs and sentenced to 30 days in jail for attempted theft, amended from theft. • April J. Davis, 24, 209 E. Main St., Apt. C, Port Jefferson, was fined $150 and $138 costs and sentenced to 10 days in jail for disorderly conduct, amended from theft.

• Danny A. Zimmer, 39, 3855 Mills Road, Houston, was fined 150 and $138 costs for attempted theft, amended from theft. • Glory J. Pierce, 40, 236 Jefferson St., Apt. 7, was fined $150 and $138 costs for disorderly conduct. • Michael R. Deal, 53, 1824 Broadway Ave., was fined $375 and $97 costs, sentenced to five days in jail, and his driver’s license was suspended six months for physical control while under the influence, amended from drunken driving. Charges of following too closely and failure to drive within marked lanes were dismissed. • Mickey C. Haskell, 29, 10999 Little Turtle Way, was fined $250 and $95 costs and sentenced to 20 days in jail for failure to display proof of an operator’s license. A

speeding charge was dismissed. • Carolyn Maynard, 49, 5911 State Route 29 East, was fined $75 and $113 costs for a display of license violation. • Sara L. Madalinski, 29, 100 S. Wilkinson Ave., was fined $25 and $105 costs for failure to control. • Darian M. Williams, 23, 2601 S. Vandemark Road, was fined $25 and $111 costs for having expired license plates. • Robert Gold, 46, 2210 State Route 47, Maplewood, was fined $10 and $111 costs for assured clear distance. • Aaron G. Ike, 34, 1318 Garfield Ave., was fined $30 and $86 costs a seatbelt violation. • Ryan N. Beckstedt, 24, 637 W. Hoewisher Road, was fined $150 and $105 costs for speeding. • Allison A. Aselage, 42, 205 Periodot St., Anna, was fined $30 and

$105 costs for speeding. In Sidney Municipal Court Thursday, Goettemoeller fined Bryan L. Sims, 22, 2300 Wapakoneta Ave., Apt. 118, $250 and $10 costs and sentenced him to 30 days in jail for disorderly conduct. A drug abuse charge was dismissed. • Kimberly R. Green, 2805 Wapakoneta Ave., Lot 43, was ordered to pay $114 costs and a charge of failure to pay the city income tax was dismissed. • James M. Green, 801 Chestnut Ave., was ordered to pay $114 costs and a charge of failure to pay the city income tax was dismissed. • Steven E. Sale, 47, 1523 Children’s Home Road, was fined $30 and $105 costs for speeding. • Frederick R. Pryor, 41, 8600 Greenville Road, was fined $30 and $86 costs for a seatbelt violation.

NB interviews for chief NEW BREMEN — Final interviews were conducted Tuesday as New Bremen is preparing to hire a replacement for retiring Police Chief Doug Harrod. Mayor Jeff Pape said two candidates were interviewed prior to the New Bremen Village Council meeting Tuesday night and another was interviewed after the meeting. The village received 17 applications for the position. The new chief will be hired after completing a required background check.

Harrod originally planned to retire March 31, but he agreed to stay on until his replacement was hired. During Tuesday’s meeting, council approved a $3,000 donation to the Great Ohio Bicycle Adventure, which will bring 2,500 cyclists to the village for a two-day stay, June 1920. Angela Hamberg, New Bremen economic development director (who also served on the Planning Committee), estimated hosting the bike tour will bring

$43,000 to $50,000 per day into the local economy. Minster-area resident Mary Ann Olding made a presentation on the possible establishment of a Certified Local Government program, which could qualify New Bremen for grants through the Ohio Historic Preservation Office. She said New Bremen would be an example of a canal town with a heavy Germany influence. Council gave first reading to a resolution for a contract with New Bremen Emergency

Medical Services to provide paramedic services from June 1 through May 31 at a cost of $75,000. Local residents were reminded that the spring cleanup day will be from 8 a.m. to noon May 4 at the public works parking lot on Herman Street. Customer appreciation day has been set for April 1920 at the municipal center. Residents who provide recent utility bills will receive free fluorescent compact light bulbs while supplies last.

Heavy snowy season finally wrapped up - we hope Stopping short of guaranteeing the city crews wouldn’t have to plow any more snow, City Manager Mark Cundiff at Monday’s council meeting gave what he hopes is a final rundown on how much it has cost to keep streets clear for motorists. The latest snowstorm (March 5-7) cost the city a total of $41,225 — $5,889 per inch of snow, according to Cundiff. The cost of labor for snow removal was $31,540 (204 regular hours and 147 overtime hours). City trucks spread 149 tons of

salt at a cost of $9,685. For the entire season, the city spent $300,360 (or $6,537 per inch of snow). Labor costs for salting and plowing total $207,437 (1,325.9 regular hours and 985 overtime hours). Hauling snow away cost another $10,675 (119 regular hours and 9 overtime hours). Cundiff said salt usage weighed in at 1,265 tons for a cost of $82,248. He said according to the Ohio State Climatologist, this season’s snowfall totaled 45.95 inches, compared to a 20-year average of 28 inches.

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DEATH NOTICES Collette L. Victor PIQUA — Collette L. Victor, 61, of Piqua, died Friday, April 12, 2013. A service to honor her life will be Monday at the Jamieson & Yannucci Funeral Home in Piqua.

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DELAWARE — When he’s not busy with his day job of operating a freelance interactive studio in Delaware, Sidney High School graduate Stacie Archer enjoys developing video games. After “working out the bugs,” Archer recently released “Bug-O-Rama” for the growing number of iPad owners. Archer, a 1995 SHS grad, said the game has been a year in development and is doing well since its release. He is the owner of Starch Studio, a small interactive studio located in Delaware to develop interactive projects for local and national clients. Bug-O-Rama is his company’s first venture into the world of mobile gaming, although he has created other games. Archer, 35, said he came up with the idea for Bug-O-Rama about a year ago and began making sketches for the game. He worked with a group of developers who helped with the project. “The guys I work with are hardcore gamers themselves,” Archer said. He explained they helped him in “working out the bugs, so to speak.” Archer said his girlfriend, Stephanie DeGenaro, also assisted with the project. In Bug-O-Rama, players (or exterminators) play one-minute rounds in which they attempt to rid a room of as many creepy crawlers as possible. They have the options of squashing the bugs, wiping them out

The Sidney City Schools Board of Education will consider a resolution to proceed with a tax levy when it meets Monday at 6 p.m. in the board office. The board plans to place a 1 percent income tax on the Aug. 6 ballot. In other business, the board will consider a contract for special education services and an agreement with the city of Sidney for a tax abatement in connection with the construction of a Holiday Inn. The board also will consider a number of personnel actions. The board will meet Monday at 7 a.m. at the board office, 230 E. Court St. The board will review old business, discuss a summer conference, and pay bills.

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apply to the new law,” Gebhart said Friday. “(Ohio Department of Transportation) makes that call.” Gebhart said many concerns pertain to areas where only two lanes of highway are available. He noted most of Shelby County’s and portions of Miami County’s I-75 have two lanes. Gebhart said OSP sees most of the fatal crashes the Piqua post handles on county and state routes, not on the interstate. Gebhart, with 24 years of experience with the OSP, said he hopes the increase in speed does not adversely affect interstate travel for Ohio travelers. “People have a natural tendency to speed at the same rate, so those who are used to driving 10 miles over the speed limit now may increase their speed from 75 miles per hour to 80 miles per hour — people will push it,” Gebhart said. ‘“But we’ll be out there on the road to keep it in check.” Gebhart said if there is a dramatic increase in ac-

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PIQUA — Nancy Ann Cotterman, 70, of Piqua, went to be with her Lord and Savior at 6 a.m. on Thursday, April 11, 2013, at her residence. She was born in Marion, Ind., on April 18, 1942, to the late Paul and Hazel (Roberts) Fugate. On Dec. 13, 1969, in Piqua, she married Henry W. Cotterman. He preceded her in death on Feb. 14, 1999. Nancy is survived by two daughters and sonsin-law, Kelly and Tony Wood, of Piqua, and Teresa and Rick Nichols, of Piqua; two sons, Greg Highley, of Piqua, and Mike Cotterman, of Piqua; 11 grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by one daughter-in-law, Jill Highley; and one sister, Patricia Staton. Nancy was a drill press operator at

The Sidney Planning Commission will consider a rezoning of the former Central Elementary School property and a zoning code amendment when it meets Monday at 7:30 p.m. in City Council chambers. John Deeds, on behalf of Central Business Enterprises (CBE), is requesting the rezoning of 102 N. Miami Ave., located at the northeast corner of Miami Avenue and Poplar Street, from R-3, multifamily residential, to B-1, local business. CBE wants to open a banquet/reception facility at the former school site. The commission also will consider various amendments to the zoning code related to recreation and banquet/reception facilities. This also was requested by CBE in connection with its proposal for the Miami Avenue property.

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Azusa Pacific University BOTKINS — Botkins resident and Azusa Pacific University student Marlee M. Miller made the academic dean’s list at Azusa Pacific University. Miller was honored for a fall semester 2012 academic standing of a 3.5 or better grade-point average. Miller is a business administration major, who is joined by 1,698 other students receiving the same honor. APU is an evangelical, Christian university committed to God First and excellence in higher education located 26 miles northeast of Los Angeles.

with a bug bomb or spray and smashing them with a giant bug swatter. “When we started conceptionalizing this game, we wanted to create something that felt like Angry Birds meets the Ramones,” Archer said in a promotional news release. “The custom music recorded for this game really adds to that experience. We didn’t want the players to simply squash the bugs. We wanted them to have an arsenal of cool weapons to use as well,” he said. Since introducing the game on March 30, Archer has been busy in his free time promoting the new product. Using the Internet and social media to boost sales, Archer has set up a website with links to Twitter, facebook and YouTube. The website is www.starchstudio.com. “I work at promoting the game as much as I can in my free time,” he said.The promotion has also involved contacting video game reviewers to request they write about his new game. Bug-O-Rama is available for $1,99 through the Apple App Store and Archer’s website. As for the future, Archer would like nothing better than to make video game creation more than a sideline venture. “If it can be my full-time job and livelihood, it would be amazing,” Archer said. “I have a bunch of ideas,” he said about possible future projects. Archer who earned a bachelor’s degree in fine arts from Ohio University, is the son of Nancy Archer and Tom Archer, both of Sidney.


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Hospitals express concern over budget changes COLUMBUS (AP) — The head of the Ohio Hospital Association told state lawmakers on Friday that they are hindering the state’s ability to prosper by dropping the governor’s plan to extend Medicaid coverage under the federal health care law. Mike Abrams, the hospital group’s president and CEO, stressed in testimony to the state House budget-writing committee that hospitals could be forced to slash jobs and services should Ohio not move forward with expanding Medicaid. “We may not have asked for this situation, but we are playing the cards we were dealt,” Abrams said in his written testimony. He said it was an opportunity to fortify the health care safety net, reform Ohio’s Medicaid system and create access to health care services for Ohioans who desperately need appropriate health care. The House Finance and Appropriations Committee heard from a host of other witnesses Friday regarding its proposed $61.4 billion, twoyear state budget that begins July 1. Speakers included groups on each side of the abortion debate and advocates for the mentally ill and drug-addicted. Whether Ohio should expand the federal-state Medicaid program to cover more low-income residents remained a top issue before the legislative panel. Earlier this week, Republican House leaders

eliminated the extended health coverage from the state spending blueprint. They said uncertainty in Washington over rules for the program caused them to drop the expansion, which is backed by GOP Gov. John Kasich. The U.S. Supreme Court freed states from having to expand their Medicaid programs as called for under President Barack Obama’s health care law, leaving them to choose whether to do so. If the state chooses to go forward with expansion, roughly 366,000 Ohioans would be eligible for health coverage, beginning in 2014. And the state would see $13 billion from the federal government over the next seven years to cover those newly eligible. Hospital and physician lobbying groups around the country have endorsed a bigger Medicaid program. The federal law paired Medicaid growth with cuts to payments to hospitals for treating the uninsured. The idea was instead of paying hospitals directly, states and Congress could spend that money on Medicaid and have those new beneficiaries — who now drive costs with preventable hospital admissions and expensive emergency room visits — use the primary care system. Abrams said the federal cuts to Ohio hospitals, which he estimated was $7.4 billion over the next 10 years, wouldn’t go away if the state didn’t expand Medicaid coverage. Republican Rep. Ron Maag of Lebanon told

Doctor convicted DAYTON (AP) — The doctor of a 14-year-old Ohio girl who had cerebral palsy and weighed just 28 pounds when she died has been found guilty of three counts of failing to report child abuse or neglect. Montgomery County prosecutor Mat Heck Jr. says Margaret Edwards was found guilty Friday in juvenile court in Dayton. The Trotwood resident is scheduled to be sentenced on the misdemeanors May 16. Edwards was

Makayla Norman’s doctor from July 2010 until the girl’s March 2011 death from nutritional and medical neglect complicated by her chronic condition. Edwards hasn’t returned calls seeking comment. Norman’s mother and a nurse were convicted last year of involuntary manslaughter and other charges. Two other nurses were convicted of failing to provide for a functionally impaired person.

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Abrams he had concerns about furthering the nation’s economic woes should the state go ahead with expansion. Citing countries such as Greece and Cyprus, which are dealing with their own financial crises, Maag asked Abrams, “Where in your mind do you think the tipping point for this country (is)? I mean, I don’t know either, but I think we’re getting close.” Abrams said he was sympathetic to the argument. But, he added, “We have to deal with the situation we have, not the situation we wish we had.” House Finance Chairman Ron Amstutz said Friday evening that the committee was on track to vote on the budget Tuesday, with a full House vote planned for Thursday. He said he is reviewing amendments to the budget bill this weekend. Amstutz said Medicaid expansion has been a major topic of wideranging conversations between the lawmakers. “I don’t know if any of them will change the curve of what we have in the bill,” Amstutz said in an AP interview. “It’s too early to say, so we’ll see.” heard Lawmakers other testimony on budget provision to send Planned Parenthood to the back of the line for public family-planning money. Supporters say other quality providers of women’s health care have sprung up around the state and the bill would give those centers a chance at government funds. But critics, including Democrats, argue Planned Parenthood provides needed preventive health care to low-income women that would be jeopardized by the bill. Underlying the debate is Planned Parenthood’s role as a provider of abortions, a procedure supporters of the bill oppose funding with public dollars.

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River run Jessica Berning, of Sidney, doesn’t let a flooded section of Veteran’s Memorial Walkway slow her down as she trains for a marathon at Custenborder Field Friday.

Flood-prone river spills over again FINDLAY (AP) — Heavy rains swelled rivers across northern Ohio on Friday, flooding streets and sending a few residents of one flood-prone town scurrying yet again. Business owners in Findlay downtown where the Blanchard River cuts through moved their merchandise to higher ground before the river crested Friday. Rising water closed several streets and seeped into lowlying neighborhoods, but the flooding was not causing the same kind of damage as in recent years. The latest flooding comes as Findlay waits to find out whether the federal government will pay to help complete a study on potential solutions for controlling the frequent floods. Flood prevention has become a top priority since 2007 when flooding caused millions of dollars in damage in Findlay and

Ottawa. Three members of Congress from Ohio sent a letter this week urging that the study receive funding so that it can be completed. Local officials are willing to pay for half of the $3 million needed to complete the study and want the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to cover the other half. A decision on the request is expected in the next few months. The Corps already has presented ideas that it says would not eliminate flooding but could decrease floodwater levels by three feet in Findlay during the worst flooding. Federal officials said in December that flood control for the river could cost up to $150 million or more. Finishing the study is critical and delaying it could push back congressional funding for the project by seven years or more, Tony Iriti, head of a private group working

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NATION/WORLD TODAY IN HISTORY BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Saturday, April 13, the 103rd day of 2013. There are 262 days left in the year. Today’s Highlight in History: On April 13, 1943, President Franklin D. Roosevelt dedicated the Jefferson Memorial in Washington, D.C., on the 200th anniversary of the third American president’s birth. On this date: • In 1613, Pocahontas, of Chief daughter Powhatan, was captured by English Capt. Samuel Argall in Virginia and held in exchange for English prisoners and stolen weapons. (During a yearlong captivity, Pocahontas converted to Christianity and ultimately opted to stay with the English. ) • In 1742, Handel’s “Messiah” had its first public performance in Dublin, Ireland. • In 1743, the third president of the United States, Thomas Jefferson, was born in Shadwell in the Virginia Colony. • In 1860, the Pony Express completed its inaugural run from St. Joseph, Mo., to Sacramento, Calif. in 10 days. • In 1861, at the start of the Civil War, Fort Sumter in South Carolina fell to Confederate forces. • In 1912, the Royal Flying Corps, a predecessor of Britain’s Royal Air Force, was created. • In 1943, Radio Berlin announced the discovery of thousands of graves of massacred Polish officers in Russia’s Katyn Forest; the Nazis blamed the killings on the Soviets, who in turn blamed the Nazis. (Post-Soviet Russia has acknowledged the massacre was carried out by Josef Stalin’s much feared secret police.) • In 1958, Van Cliburn of the United States won the first International Tchaikovsky Competition for piano in Moscow; Russian Valery Klimov won the violin competition. • In 1964, Sidney Poitier became the first black performer in a leading role to win an Academy Award for “Lilies of the Field.” (Patricia Neal was named best actress for “Hud”; best picture went to “Tom Jones.”)

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A debt’s a debt PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — What happens in Vegas shouldn’t necessarily stay in Vegas, the Rhode Island Supreme Court said Friday as it ruled a Providence man who called a friend from Sin City to borrow $8,500 for gambling losses must pay it back despite an old law that says otherwise. The court opinion ends a long legal dispute over the money given to Juan Catala by David S. Vogel. But despite the ruling, Catala said he’ll never repay his former friend. According to court documents, Catala and his fiancée were on a trip to Las Vegas in 2007 when Catala called Vogel for help. According to Vogel, Catala said he had lost a substantial sum of money gambling and needed to recover his losses. Vogel agreed to wire $8,500 to the Bellagio Hotel. After Catala refused to repay the loan, Vogel sued. Catala initially disputed that he had received the money but later argued that the loan was void because of a more than century-old Rhode Island law that invalidates loan agreements when the lender knows the money would be used for gambling.

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Syrian troops widen offensive BY BASSEM MROUE Associated Press AL-QASR, LEBANON (AP) — Syrian soldiers backed by warplanes battled rebels for control of strategic hilltop villages near the Lebanese border on Friday, as government troops step up counterattacks against opposition forces threatening regime supply lines on the country’s frontiers. Bomb blasts and shots fired into the air to mourn a fallen Syrian government soldier could be heard on the Lebanese side of the border as fighting raged around Qusair, a contested central Syrian town near a key highway between Damascus and the coast. The battles there came as government forces launched a second offensive against rebels in the province of Daraa on the Jordanian border, where the opposition has been making steady advances in recent weeks. While President Bashar Assad’s forces are stretched thin and much of the country has been allowed to slip into

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SYRIAN SOLDIERS at a Syrian army post as seen from the Lebanese border village of al-Qasr, Lebanon, Friday. Syrian warplanes and troops battled rebels near the border with Lebanon as part of a widening government counteroffensive to recapture territory along strategic border areas and near the capital Damascus. the hands of the rebels, the government is still fighting hard to keep control of airports, seaports, and roads linking them to the capital Damascus that are seen as essential to its survival. Also on Friday, activists said rebels clashed with troops in the northeastern border city of Qamishli, two kilometers (miles) away from the border with Turkey. Fight-

ing is rare in the predominantly Kurdish and Christian city, where rebels usually maintain a truce with the government. It was not clear what prompted the clashes, which according to the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights included members of the Islamic extremist Jabhat al-Nusra group. Syria’s rebels have gained

momentum and made significant gains in the past weeks, largely due to an influx of arms. Arab officials and Western military experts say Mideast powers opposed to Assad have stepped up weapons supplies to Syrian rebels, with Jordan opening up as a new route. While much of the recent fighting has focused in Daraa, rebels have also made advances in Homs province near Lebanon. The province saw some of the heaviest fighting during the first year of the Syrian conflict, which erupted in March 2011, and intermittent episodes of violence since. On Friday, sporadic explosions inside Syria echoed across the Lebanese side of the border and an Associated Press reporter said Syrian warplanes carried out at least one airstrike inside Syrian territory near the town of Qusair. Six people in the area, including two children, were killed when a shell struck their home, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said. Four rebel fighters were also killed.

Iconic improv comedian Winters dies LOS ANGELES (AP) — Jonathan Winters, the cherubfaced comedian whose breakneck improvisations and misfit characters inspired the likes of Robin Williams and Jim Carrey, has died. He was 87. The Ohio native died Thursday evening at his Montecito, Calif., home of natural causes, said Joe Petro III, a longtime friend. He was surrounded by family and friends. Winters was a pioneer of improvisational standup comedy, with an exceptional gift for mimicry, a grab bag of eccentric personalities and a bottomless reservoir of creative energy. Facial contortions, sound effects, tall tales — all could be used in a matter of seconds to get a laugh. “Jonathan Winters was the worthy custodian of a sparkling and childish comedic genius. He did God’s work. I was lucky 2 know him,” Carrey tweeted on Friday. On Jack Paar’s television show in 1964, Winters was handed a foot-long stick and

Jonathan Winters in 1997 he swiftly became a fisherman, violinist, lion tamer, canoeist, U.N. diplomat, bullfighter, flutist, delusional psychiatric patient, British headmaster and Bing Crosby’s golf club. “As a kid, I always wanted to be lots of things,” he told U.S. News & World Report in 1988. “I was a Walter Mitty type. I wanted to be in the French Foreign Legion, a detective, a doctor, a test pilot with a scarf, a fisherman who hauled in a tremendous mar-

lin after a 12-hour fight.” The humor most often was based in reality — his characters Maude Frickert and Elwood P. Suggins, for example, were based on people Winters knew growing up in Ohio. A devotee of Groucho Marx and Laurel and Hardy, Winters and his free-for-all brand of humor inspired Johnny Carson, Billy Crystal, Tracey Ullman and Lily Tomlin, among many others. But Williams and Carrey are his best-known followers. “First he was my idol, then he was my mentor and amazing friend. I’ll miss him huge. He was my Comedy Buddha. Long live the Buddha,” Williams said in a statement Friday. Williams helped introduce Winters to new fans in 1981 as the son of Williams’ goofball alien and his earthling wife in the final season of ABC’s “Mork and Mindy.” The two often strayed from the script. “The best stuff was before the cameras were on, when he

was open and free to create,” Williams once said. “Jonathan would just blow the doors off.” Carson, meanwhile, lifted Winters’ Maude Frickert character almost intact for the long-running Aunt Blabby character he portrayed on “The Tonight Show.” “Beyond funny. He invented a new category of comedic genius,” comedian Albert Brooks tweeted Friday. In other Twitter posts, Richard Lewis called Winters “the greatest improvisational comedian of all time” and Roseanne Barr added “a genius has vacated this realm.” Winters’ only Emmy was for best-supporting actor for playing Randy Quaid’s father in the sitcom “Davis Rules” (1991). He was nominated again in 2003 as outstanding guest actor in a comedy series for an appearance on “Life With Bonnie.” He also won two Grammys: One for his work on “The Little Prince” album in 1975 and another for his “Crank Calls” comedy album in 1996.

Oil down, gas prices dropping Protestors NEW YORK (AP) — Signs that the global economy isn’t strong enough to quickly burn through the world’s ample supplies of oil and gasoline sank crude oil prices for a second straight day. Weak U.S. economic reports Friday followed on the heels of reduced forecasts for oil demand. Oil dropped 2 percent. The falling prices will help extend a long, slow slide in retail gasoline prices, forecasters say. The average price of a gallon of gasoline in the U.S. fell a penny overnight to $3.56 per gallon. That’s 23 cents lower than the high for the year, set on Feb. 27. And gas is now 36 cents cheaper than a year ago at this time. Drivers in some states, such as Wyoming, Montana, Missouri and South Carolina, may

even see a few stations selling gas for under $3.00 per gallon this weekend, says Tom Kloza, Chief Oil Analyst at Gasbuddy.com. “We’re looking at (futures and wholesale) prices that will propel this drop into the spring,” Kloza said. Gasoline prices appear to be on a similar curve to last year, but on an earlier timetable. The springtime highs instead came in late winter, and a seasonal low could come in June this year instead of July.“It’s the same rollercoaster ride, but the top of the ride came sooner,” Kloza said. U.S. oil futures fell $2.22, or 2.4 percent, to $91.29 in New York. Brent crude, which is used to price oil used by many U.S. refiners to make gasoline, fell $1.34 to $103.04, the lowest level since mid-July.

LIMITS a precaution, the U.S. has arrayed in the Pacific a number of missile defense Navy ships, tracking radars and other elements of its worldwide network for shooting down hostile missiles. The tensions playing out on the Korean peninsula are the latest in a long-running drama that dates to the 1950-53 Korean War, fed by the North’s conviction that Washington is intent on destroying the government in Pyongyang and Washington’s worry that the North could, out of desperation, reignite the war by invading the South. The mood in the North Korean capital, meanwhile, was hardly so tense. Many people

Supplies of both oil and gasoline are plentiful, and demand appears to be weak. “It’s the usual culprits,” says Judith Dwarkin, Chief Economist at ITG Investment Research. “Supply growth is outpacing demand growth.” In each of the last two years the global oil market faced falling supplies because of production disruptions in the North Sea, East Africa, and Iran, which was facing tighter sanctions. This year, production has proceeded mostly as expected. U.S. output is booming, but Saudi Arabia and other OPEC nations have cut back somewhat in response. In the U.S., refining capacity is at an all-time high and refiners have gotten a head start on making gasoline for the summer driving season.

From Page 1 were in the streets preparing for the birthday April 15 of national founder Kim Il Sung — the biggest holiday of the year. Even so, this year’s big flower show in Kim’s honor features an exhibition of orchids built around mock-ups of red-tipped missiles, slogans hailing the military and reminders of perceived threats to the nation. The plain fact is that no one can be sure how far North Korea has progressed in its pursuit of becoming a fullfledged nuclear power, aside perhaps from a few people close to its new leader, Kim Jong Un. More is known about North Korea’s conventional military firepower, and it is being heavily monitored for signs of trou-

ble. The North has long had thousands of artillery guns positioned close enough to the border to hit Seoul with a murderous barrage on short notice. The U.S. has about 28,500 troops in the South. Concern about the North’s threatening rhetoric jumped a notch on Thursday with the disclosure on Capitol Hill that the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency believes with “moderate confidence” that the North could deliver a nuclear weapon by ballistic missile. The DIA assessment did not mention the potential range of such a strike, but it led to a push by administration officials to minimize the significance of the jarring disclosure.

push song to top LONDON (AP) — Opponents of the late Margaret Thatcher are taking a kind of musical revenge on the former prime minister, pushing the song “Ding Dong! The Witch is Dead” up the British charts in a posthumous protest over her polarizing policies. By Friday the online campaign had propelled the “Wizard of Oz” song to No. 1 on British iTunes and into the top five of the music chart used by the BBC to compile its weekly radio countdown. David Karpf, who studies online campaigns, said the chart battle was an example of a new kind of protest enabled by social media — “A way for people to signal protest en masse without shouting from the rooftops.” “It’s a form of symbolic protest,” he said. The unusual campaign has caused a headache for the BBC. With the ditty near the top of the charts, the broadcaster faced the prospect of airing the words “The Wicked Witch is Dead!” on its Sunday countdown show, just days before Thatcher’s funeral, scheduled for Wednesday. Some lawmakers from Thatcher’s Conservative Party had called for the publicly funded broadcaster to drop the song, while others warned that such a move would mean censoring a form of dissent. The BBC, caught between allegations of censorship and complaints about poor taste, split the difference, saying it would broadcast only part of the tune — along with a news item explaining why it was there.


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This 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.

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NEW BREMEN — and crowning of the New Bremen High king and queen at 8:30 School Prom will cele- p.m. brate Midnight in Paris The dance will run on April 20 in the New from 9 p.m. to midBremen High School night, followed by aftercommons and gym. prom activities at the Sunday Evening An open house from Speedway Lanes. • Lumber Company Baseball hosts fundraising 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. will Members of the court bingo to support the children on the teams. Doors precede the promenade are Chrissy Adams, 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. • The Narcotics Anonymous group, Never Alone, Dear Heloise: The smell usuNever Again, meets at 6:30 p.m. at First Christian The storeally is coming Church, 320 E. Russell Road. bought product from the gasket Monday Afternoon cleaning for the around • Sidney Rotary Club meets at noon at the Sidhigh-efficiency washer’s door. ney Moose Lodge. For more information on activimaWhen you wash ties or becoming a member, contact Deb Barga at washing chines, due to clothes, the door 492-3167. odor, is quite exmust be airtight. Monday Evening and pensive Water can re• The New Knoxville Public Library Moms Club needs to be used Hints main inside the meets at 6 p.m. regularly. Is gasket, and since from • Art Study Group meets at 6 p.m. For informa- there a less-exthere is no fresh Heloise air, the machine tion, contact Starr Gephart at 295-2323. pensive way to • Women of the Moose meets at 7 p.m. at the accomplish this? Heloise Cruse smells like Moose Lodge, on the corner of Broadway Avenue — Carol in mildew! So, to and Russell Road. Royal Palm Beach, Fla. keep this from happening, • Overeaters Anonymous, a 12-step group offerMany readers com- prop the door open when ing experience, strength, and hope to anyone who plain about the odor that done with laundry so the suffers from an eating disorder, meets at 7 p.m. at high-efficiency washers water can evaporate. Use Hillcrest Baptist Church, 1505 S. Main St., Belle- tend to have. You would a cloth to wipe out the fontaine. Use the rear parking lot and door. think that a new appli- water left in the gasket. • The Narcotics Anonymous group, Vision of ance would have all the Some machines have a Hope, group meets at 7 p.m. at Russell Road kinks worked out. But it “clean washer/refresh” Church, 340 W. Russell Road. seems not so with these cycle feature that should • Sidney Boy Scout Troop 97 meets at 7 p.m. at washers. These cleaners correct the problem as St. Paul’s United Church of Christ. All new mem- cost around $10, and de- well. bers are welcome. For more information, call Tom pending how often you Another thing to try is Frantz at 492-7075. have to use them, it can vinegar! Dip a paper towel • TOPS (Taking Off Pounds Sensibly) meets at 7 really add up. But here in vinegar and wipe the p.m. at Faith Alliance Church, New Knoxville Road, are some hints to help gasket a couple of times. New Bremen. prevent that gross smell The vinegar won’t harm Tuesday Morning in the first place. the gasket. Let it dry, and • The Francis J. Stallo Memorial Library in Minster offers a Mommy and Me program from 10:30 to 11 a.m. for all ages. Advance registration required. HARTKE Tuesday Afternoon RUSSIA — Alan and Holly Hartke, of Russia, have • The Narcotics Anonymous group, Addicts at Work, meets at noon at St. John’s Lutheran announced the birth of a son, Hunter Robert, born April 1, 2013, at 6:05 a.m. in the Joint Township DisChurch, 120 W. Water St. • The Springfield Regional Cancer Center in trict Memorial Hospital in St. Marys. He weighed 8 pounds, 7 ounces, and was 21 inches Springfield hosts a support and education group for cancer patients and their families from noon to 1:30 long. He was welcomed home by his brother, Zaden, 1. p.m. The groups are free and open to anyone who His maternal grandparents are Bob and Mary Lou has a need for cancer education and support. For more information, call the cancer center at (937) Schmitmeyer, of St. Henry. His paternal grandparents 325-5001 or the American Cancer Society at (937) are Bill and Kathy Hartke, of St. Henry. His greatgrandparents are Erv and Verlina Ahrens, of Osgood; 399-0809. Velma Hartke, of Coldwater; Alma Schmitmeyer, of St. Tuesday Evening Henry; and Rosemary Heitkamp, of McCartyville. • Head, Neck and Oral Cancer Support Group His mother is the former Holly Schmitmeyer, of St. for patients and caregivers meets at St. Rita’s Regional Cancer Center in the Garden Conference Henry.

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Area bounded by Fielding Road on the south, Brooklyn Ave on the west side, the Water Treatment Plant on the east and Dingman-Slagle Rd on the north.

TUESDAY April 23

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Area bounded by Broadway Ave on the east, Russell Rd on the north, North St on the south boundary and North Ohio and Wapakoneta Rd on the west side.

THURSDAY April 25

Area bounded by Jefferson St on the south, Broadway Ave on the west, the Miami River and St. Rt. 47 to the east and north to Parkwood.

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Area bounded by Broadway Ave on the east, Russell Rd on the south, Wapakoneta Ave on the west and north to the City Limits.

MONDAY April 29

Area bounded by Broadway Ave to the west, St. Rt. 47 to the east, Parkwood St to the south, then north to the City limits.

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Room from 5 to 6:30 p.m. For more information, call (419) 227-3361. • The Highly Recommended Book Club meets at the Francis J. Stallo Memorial Library in Minster at 6:15 p.m. • The Miami County Historical & Genealogical Society meets at 6:30 p.m. at the Piqua Library, 116 W. High St. The program is “Forgotten Communities of Miami County.” (937) 307-7142. • The New Bremen Public Library hosts story time at 6:30 p.m. • The Narcotics Anonymous group, Living the Basics, meets at 6:30 p.m. in the Apostolic Temple, 210 Pomeroy Ave. • The Brain Injury Support Group meets at 7 p.m. in conference rooms A and B at the Upper Valley Med Center, North Dixie Highway, Troy. This group meets to support the caregivers and see the progress of survivors. For more information, call Shirley Whitmer at (937) 339-0356 or Margie Luthman at (937) 394-8681. • Pleaides Chapter 298 Order of the Eastern Star meets at the Masonic Temple at the corner of Miami Avenue and Poplar Street at 7:30 p.m. • The Miami-Shelby Chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society meets at 7:30 p.m. at the Greene Street UMC, 415 W. Greene St. at Caldwell Street. All men interested in singing are welcome and visitors are always welcome. For information, call (937) 778-1586 or visit www.melodymenchorus.org. To access the Community Calendar online, visit www.sidneydailynews.com, click on “Living” and then on “Calendar.”

prop the door open. Vinegar is a staple that every household should have on the pantry shelf. Its uses are practically endless. I have put together a pamphlet that includes many uses for vinegar around the house. To get the pamphlet, send $5 and a long, self-addressed, stamped (66 cents) envelope to: Heloise/Vinegar, P.O. Box 795001, San Antonio, TX 78279-5001. Vinegar also is a good deodorizer. Use it to deodorize the microwave, reshelves, frigerator lunchbox and even sponges. — Heloise FAVORITE RECIPE HINT Dear Heloise: I am always finding new recipes on the Internet. Most recipes print out large and on several pages. I bring up the recipe, highlight, copy and paste to my word-processing program. I edit the recipe to my

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Area bounded by I-75 on the east, City Limits to the south, Campbell Rd. to the north, and Kuther Rd. to the west.

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MS Walk set for April 20 Monica Black, of Houston, has been named ambassador of Walk MS: Shelby County 2013. The annual event, which raises money for multiple sclerosis (MS) research, will be April 20, beginning at 10 a.m. in Tawawa Park. Proceeds will benefit the Ohio Valley Chapter of the National MS Society. Participants are asked to register in advance at www.WalkMSOhioValley.org or by calling (800) 344-4867. On-site registrations will begin at 8:30 a.m. Black serves on the Walk MS: Shelby County committee and is captain of her Walk MS team, MS Militia. This will be her fifth year of walking in the fundraiser. She was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2003. “MS is so unpredictable,” said Black. “Just because people living with MS look OK on the outside, doesn’t mean we’re OK on the inside.” Multiple sclerosis, an often disabling disease of the cen-

tral nervous system, interrupts the flow of information within the brain, and between the brain and body. Although Black enjoys camping and boating, she doesn’t get to spend as much time outdoors as she likes. “Hot temperatures affect me more than anything,” she said, “and cold weather worsens my constant pain.” Walk MS: Shelby County will offer oneand three-mile walks. When one participates in Walk MS, the funds he or she raises give hope to the more than 6,000 people living with MS in this community. The dollars raised support promising research to stop the disease, restore function that has been lost, and to end MS forever. Fundraising dollars also benefit programs for people living with MS in this area. Nearly 400 participants and volunteers are expected to participate. “I (have) walked when I was barely able to feel my legs and feet,” Black said. “I wanted to partic-

SHS Academia team ranks in top third The Sidney High School Academia team competed in the National Academic Quiz Tournament state championship at the Ohio State University on April 6. The team comprises seniors Neal Dev, Frank EnYart and Ardy Li; junior Tyler Schlagetter, sophomore Jack Martin, freshman Aaron Jensen and eighth-grader NourEddine Hijazi. The team came away with their highest finish at the tournament in school history, finishing in seventh place among 24 teams and finishing ahead of perennial state powers St. Charles and Beachwood. “Despite having worked with state champion teams, I, as a coach, have never been more proud of a group,” said Joe Czupryn, Academia adviser and math teacher. “Coming into this year, Sidney was supposed to

be good locally but to be competing with the best every single weekend was expected by no one in the state. This group of players have worked extremely hard and showed an incredible desire to win. “Before playing in and winning the championship game on Saturday, David Jones, Northmont’s coach, came over to speak to the Sidney team to tell them just how amazing of a feat they had accomplished this year. He went on to tell them that this kind of ascension among the quiz bowl ranks does not happen this quickly ever and that the eventual state champion Northmont team was worried going into their game against Sidney.” The local team hosts its first Yellow Jacket Invitational today before competing at the Ohio Academic Competition regionals April 20.

ipate in Walk MS to raise awareness about multiple sclerosis and connect with others affected by the disease. Walk MS gave me an opportunity to share my diagnosis with others, while fundraising.” Multiple sclerosis stops people from moving. Every hour in the United States, someone is newly diagnosed with MS. Symptoms range from numbness and tingling to blindness and paralysis. The progress, severity and specific symptoms of MS in any one person cannot yet be predicted, but advances in research and treatment are moving closer to a world free of MS. Most people with MS are diagnosed between the ages of 20 and 50, with more than twice as many women as men being diagnosed with the disease. MS affects more than 400,000 people in the U.S. and 2.5 million worldwide.

Pleimans to celebrate golden date OSGOOD — Neal and Mary Jean Pleiman, of Osgood, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary April 21, 2013, at a 10:30 a.m. Mass at St. Nicholas Catholic Church in Osgood and at an open house from 2 to 4 p.m. in the Osgood Legion hall. They request that gifts be omitted. Neal and the former Mary Jean Drees were married April 20, 1963, in the St. Michael Catholic Church in Fort Loramie. It was a warm, sunny day and the bride and her attendants walked to the church. Witnesses were Ralph Pleiman, Richard Drees, Rosemarie (Drees) Pierron and Mary Lou (Pleiman) Overton. Ushers were Larry Pleiman and Erwin Schulze. The Pleimans are the parents of four daughters and three sons-in-

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law: Angela and Martin Brown, of St. Marys, Patti and Jon Thobe, of Maria Stein; Marcia and Alan Mescher, of Osgood, and Cindy Pleiman, of Osgood. One son, Michael, and a son-inlaw, Tim Eilerman, are deceased. They have 11 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Neal was self-employed in plumbing, heating and floor covering at Osgood Plumbing

and Heating for 30 years. He then headed the maintenance department for Osgood Local Schools for 15 years. He retired in 2000 and enjoys woodworking. Mary Jean managed the books for Osgood Plumbing and Heating and is a homemaker. She enjoys quilting. The Pleimans are members of St. Nicholas Catholic Church in Osgood.

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BOTKINS — Jerry and Carolyn Harrod will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary April 21, 2013, at an open house hosted by their family in the St. Paul Lutheran Church, 301 E. State St., Botkins, from 2 to 4 p.m. They request that gifts be omitted. Mr. and Mrs. ?? Jerry and the former Carolyn Stites were married April 20, 1963, in the South Vienna Congregational Christian Church in South Vienna. They are the parents of a daughter and son-inlaw, Pamela and Dave Steinke, of Anna, and of two sons and daughters-in-law, Mark and Suzi Harrod and Neil and Anne Harrod, all of Sidney. They have seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Jerry and Carolyn are the owners of Harrod Memorials in Botkins.

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QUICK READ Library waives fines WAPAKONETA — The Auglaize County Public District Library and all its branches will have a fine-free week Sunday through April 20. Fines will be waived for all overdue items that are returned then.

& 1-MILE FUN RUN Saturday, May 4, 2013 Tawawa Park, Sidney, Ohio Registrations will begin at 7:00 a.m. at the Geib Pavilion. 1-Mile Fun Run will start at 8:00 am. The 5K Run/Walk will start at 8:30 am and feature Speedy Feet. MALE & FEMALE DIVISIONS: 10 & Under, 11-14, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60 and over. Awards will be given to the Top 3 Male and Female runners and to the Top 3 Finishers in each category. 1-Mile Fun Run entrants will receive a participation ribbon upon completion. Trophies for fastest boy and fastest girl in the 10 & under division. ENTRY FEE: Pre-Registration fee for the 5K Run/Walk is $15 and Pre-Registration for the Fun Run is $10 and both include a T-shirt. Registration on the day of race for the 5K Run/Walk is $15 and the Fun Run is $10 and these do not include T-shirts. Additional T-shirts may be available on Race Day for $5. For additional registration forms or for more information on Compassionate Care of Shelby County, visit www.ccsccares.org Sponsored by: Hits 105.5, Freshway Foods, Ernst Sporting Goods, Wilson Memorial Hospital, Medicine Shoppe, Dr. Robert & Patricia Miller, John Boedigheimer, DDS, Charles J. Edelen, DDS & Damen Patel, DDS, Steve & Judy Mascho, Kah Nursery, Walt & Carol Bennett, AAA Shelby County, Dr. Eric & Lynda Newman, Midmark, Dorothy Love Retirement Community, Alvetro Orthodontics, Picture Perfect, Sidney Foodtown, Regal Trophy, Premier Health Care Services, MaMa Rosa’s, Rich & Susan Wallace, Dannon, Dale Peterson & Assoc.Inc., Jason Weigandt Landscape Co., Key Guarantee, John & Debbie Wolfinger, and Buckeye Ford Lincoln

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French workers sue Goodyear in Ohio to save jobs (AP) — AKRON French workers trying to save their tire-making jobs sued Goodyear in its hometown Tuesday, seeking to block a plant shutdown and win $4 million in damages for more than 1,100 employees. The class-action lawsuit was filed in Summit County Common Pleas Court against Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. on behalf of workers at its factory in Amiens, France. Robert Gary, an attorney who worked on the filing, said the labor dispute was taken to court in Ohio because corporate decisions affecting French workers were made in Akron. Goodyear hasn’t seen the lawsuit and won’t comment, spokesman Keith Price said in an email. The lawsuit said Goodyear has hurt worker pay, which is tied to production, by making fewer tires at the plant. The lawsuit also said the company has defied French court rulings in favor of the workers and has violated French laws

Limited reports good news NEW YORK (AP) — Limited Brands Inc. said Thursday that a key revenue metric rose 3 percent in March, as the operator of Victoria’s Secret, Pink, and Bath and Body Works beat Wall Street expectations. Analysts surveyed by Thomson Reuters had expected no growth in the gauge for the five weeks ended April 6 compared with its performance a year earlier. That measurement is closely watched as an indicator of retail health because it excludes the potentially distorting impact of sales at stores opened or closed in the past year. The period covered included the Easter holiday this year. The Columbus, Ohiobased retailer said its overall sales rose 6 percent to $894.8 million for the five weeks ended April 6, up from $840.9 million a year ago.

requiring informing employees and consulting with them. Goodyear has been trying to restructure or close its plant in northern France for five years in the face of a shrinking European car market. The workers say Goodyear wants to shift the work to lower-cost China. Goodyear says the type of tires made at the French plant is for Europe and are no longer selling. Worker protests at the plant erupted after efforts to find a new buyer fizzled. The most promising prospect, an American executive, sent a letter to the French government saying that the country’s economic model is too workerfriendly and discourages investment. The factory’s closure was announced five years ago by Goodyear when workers refused to accept any layoffs. It will be at least 2014 before the French government intervention runs its course and the plant ultimately shuts down. Goodyear earned $183 million last year, down from 2011 net income of $321 million. In February, the company, in a move similar to its strategy in North America, said it will cut about 6 million tire units of high-cost capacity in Europe.

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NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE This Week Chng. Lear Corp ...........54.66 -0.32 (PF of C.H. Masland) McDonalds Corp.103.59 +1.60 Radio Shack .........3.27 +0.02 -0.28 Sherwin-Wllms 170.74 Sprint ...................6.22 -0.04 -0.27 Thor Industries..37.00 (PF of Airstream Inc.) -0.20 Time Warner Inc.59.46 (PF of Time Warner Cable) U.S. Bancorp ......34.08 -0.12 (Former Star Bank of Sidney) +0.10 Walgreen Co.......48.77 +0.77 Walmart Stores .78.56 Wendy’s Int. Inc. ..5.75 +0.08 +0.57 YUM! Brands.....67.80 (PF of Taco Bell, Kentucky Fried Chicken and Pizza Hut) OVER THE COUNTER +0.50 Bob Evans ..........42.79 -0.37 Fifth Third ........16.49 Peoples Bank .......9.10 0

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was his final meeting as board chairman and it is has been an honor to serve on the board. “I’m proud of the accomplishments of everyone involved, the Board, employees, medical staff, and volunteers,” he stated. “I look forward to the years ahead by continuing to improve the health of the community and putting patients first.” Following Bensman’s remarks, Tom Boecker, president and CEO of Wilson Memorial, thanked everyone present for the tremendous amount of time and expertise shared last year. He expressed special thanks to Bensman, for his help and support especially over the past two years. Boecker stated 2012 was a very successful year for the hospital, highlighting major accomplishments. Boecker also expressed appreciation to outgoing board trustees, Mick Given and Dr. Ken Bosslet. Given volunteered 10 years of service to Wilson Memorial. Boecker said he has been very supportive of the hospital and he looks forward to his ongoing support. He also extended personal thanks to Bosslet for his service on the board since 2004, noting that he served on the board as chief of staff from 1998 to 2004. In total, he has 15 years of service on the board of trustees. Boecker presented each of the outgoing trustees with a gift of appreciation and a certificate for membership in the Shelby County Memorial Hospital Association.

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Michele and three sons. Patti Ross is dean of Information Technology and Engineering and interim vice president of Institutional Advancement at Edison Community College. Ross has been with Edison since 1986, serving in different leadership capacities. She received her undergraduate degree from Bowling Green State University followed by a master’s degree from the University of Dayton. Ross also participated in the Leadership in Higher Education Ph.D. program at Ohio University. She is a former board member of the SidneyShelby County YMCA and the Shelby County Charity League, where she served as president in 1995. Ross is a graduate of Sidney High School. She lives in Sidney and has three sons, Alex, Turner and Bill. The following trustees were elected to serve as officers for the 2013-14 year: Ken Monnier, chairman; Stan Crosley, vice chairman; Dave Monnier, treasurer; and Rudy Keister, secretary. Dan Bensman, board chairman, shared his comments at the annual meeting. “Growing up in Shelby County, working in Shelby County, and raising a family in Shelby County are all great reasons why I have a vested interest in this hospital,” Bensman said. “Yet, as a board member, those feelings of civic pride need to sometimes remain suppressed in order to make sound business decisions and keep Wilson Memorial in a position of growth and strength.” He noted that this

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CELINA — In honor of National Administrative Professionals Week, the Office Information Systems Program at Wright State University– Lake Campus is searching for the best administrative assistant in Darke, Mercer, Auglaize, Van Wert and Shelby counties. Companies and bosses can submit nominations for this honor, in 250 words of less, telling why they think their administrative assistant is the “best.” Entries must be submitted by April 19 by email to Roger Fulk, OIS Department director, at roger.fulk@wright.edu.

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Weaning from meds requires care DR. confused about DEAR your treatment ROACH: I am of prednisone for an 85-year-old Lyme disease. woman. About Prednisone supseven years ago, presses the imI was diagnosed mune system with Lyme disand should not ease and put on be used for Lyme prednisone. I have been To your disease, although rare complicaweaned off a few good tions of Lyme times, but I always got sick and health disease, such as a nerve palsy, had to go back on Dr. Keith sometimes are it. I’m told I now Roach treated with have polymyalgia rheumatica. I was prednisone. I suspect you may told that while off the prednisone, my adrenal have had polymyalgia rheumatica for a long gland wasn’t working. My doctor doesn’t time. As for your other want to try to take me diagnosis, the blood tests off the medication again, for Lyme disease are not but I think it’s causing perfect, and if you never more problems. Will I had the rash of Lyme ever be able to come off disease, it’s possible you never had Lyme disease of it? — E.M. ANSWER: I am very at all.

Po l y m y a l g i a rheumatica is an inflammatory disorder of unclear cause that has symptoms of pain and especially stiffness, around the shoulders and neck, and especially in the morning. It is more common in older women. It is treated with prednisone, a synthetic steroid similar to cortisone, and sometimes it can take years before it can be stopped. It needs to be tapered very, very slowly, especially since your adrenal glands (which make cortisone) aren’t working. Most often, people are able to come off of prednisone, and it’s important to do so because prednisone does indeed have many long-term side effects, including di-

abetes, high blood pressure, risk for infection and osteoporosis. It might be worthwhile to consult an endocrinologist. DEAR DR. ROACH: On the news, they describe an accident victim as “critical” or “stable” or some such expression. What’s the difference between “critical” and “grave”? — D.D. ANSWER: In the hospital, the admitting physician makes her or his best guess about the patient’s prognosis. “Critical” is usually used for someone in the intensive-care unit, with a high risk of death. “Grave” means the patient is expected to die. However, doctors certainly aren’t perfect at predicting.

Teen resists conforming to adult expectations DEAR ABBY: E N T I’m a 14-year-old THINKER: Ingirl. I don’t undependent derstand why thinkers are the adults tell me to people who have be an independcontributed the ent thinker, to most to society. embrace myself, Our most imporand then put me tant scientific Dear down for not condiscoveries were forming. Why is conceived by inAbby it outrageous to dividuals who Abigail come to your own chose not to acconclusions, spec- Van Buren cept convenulate, challenge ac- tional thinking. The cepted ideas or find your same is true for religion own faith? It would be — Jesus was an indeeasier to quietly nod an pendent thinker. empty head and smile to I’m not sure what please our parents and kind of conversation you the adults who influence feel the adults in your kids, so they can enjoy life are trying to discoursuperficial satisfaction age. But people who are for how “well” they have deeply committed to raised us. their religious faith can Should I deny myself feel offended or threatas an individual and be ened if their beliefs are pulled along, or is it bet- challenged. Even though ter to stay quiet and just you are an independent be who everyone expects thinker, you should be you to be? — INDE- respectful of the beliefs PENDENT THINKER of others. IN FLORIDA DEAR ABBY: My DEAR INDEPEND- husband fathered a child

in high school who was placed for adoption. His mother has become very close with the adoptive family and visits often. My husband does not. However, my mother-inlaw constantly asks him to go on vacation with her to visit the child. I also found out that she sends the child gifts and signs my husband’s name on the cards. Abby, I feel this is hugely disrespectful not only to me, but also to my husband. He has chosen not to get involved with this child because he doesn’t think it’s fair to the adoptive family. He also doesn’t wish to become attached. We have already told her she is overstepping her boundaries, but it continues to happen. What can we do? — FRUSTRATED IN THE SOUTH DEAR FRUSTRATED: Your motherin-law may have the best of intentions, but forging

your husband’s name is dishonest. Sooner or later the child will find out the truth, and the result may be painful. However, there is nothing you can do to control your husband’s mother’s behavior, so accept it and don’t take it personally. Dear Abby is written by Abigail Van Buren, also known as Jeanne Phillips, and was founded by her mother, Pauline Phillips. Write Dear Abby at www.DearAbby.com or P.O. Box 69440, Los Angeles, CA 90069. For everything you need to know about wedding planning, order “How to Have a Lovely Wedding.” Send your name and mailing address, plus check or money order for $7 (U.S. funds) to: Dear Abby, Wedding Booklet, P.O. Box 447, Mount Morris, IL 61054-0447. (Shipping and handling are included in the price.)

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April 13, 1938 Members of the local Baptist Church are anticipating a full week of activity starting next Sunday, when they hold services to re-dedicate their remodeled church building which has recently been completed after an expenditure of $18,000. Enlargement of the building has been necessary to meet the increased demands made upon the church. The general committee in charge of the re-dedication program is composed of: Addison Elston, chairman; Harry M. Faulkner, D.L. Minton, Clyde Pottorf Homer English, David Robbins, Harry Frey, and Rev. E.L. Hurley. ————— The question of parking in Sidney, especially on Saturdays, was one of the principal items discussed during the regular business meeting of the Sidney Merchants Association held last evening. It was again emphasized that there would be no parking problem on Saturdays if all business and professional men and store clerks would park their cars one or two blocks away from the square. —————

50 years April 13, 1963 Mrs. William Ginn

was named president of the Houston PTA when the organization was held. Serving with Mrs. Ginn will be Luther Roeth as vice president; Mrs. Vaughn Pitsenbarger, secretary; and Donald Leist, treasurer. ————— It can be aptly said that Sandy Clark has her sights on the higher things of life. The 16year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Clark, R.R. 3, Sidney, attained one of these loftier objectives the other day when she soloed in a light plane — a Cessna 150. Rounding out her sophomore year at Sidney Senior High School, Sandy was obviously proud of her achievement, which climaxed nine hours of logging and made her a flier in her own right. Handling the controls on the “big flight” was nothing new for Sandy, as she had done this time after time before under the careful guidance of her father, who operates the Sidney Airport. She loves to fly and hopes to gain her commercial license by her 18th birthday. —————

25 years April 13, 1988 Photo: The Phantom, played by Marion Shoffner, is about to make Mary Belle Beeman, played by Michele McVety, his next victim as Mrs. Beeman, played by Rhonda Salyer, swoons. The scene is from the Houston High School production of “The Phantom Strikes Again.” ————— The new Russia High School varsity cheerleaders have been named for the 1988-89 school year. They are Laura Schulze, Nicki Richard, Heidi Fullenkamp, Kim Rittenhouse, mascot, Beth Francis, captain, Monique Cordonnier and Stacy Voisard. ————— Mark Maxwell, playing the role of Rodney Duckton, is pictured discovering he is the object of the affections of Jennie Kaufman and Kathy Ambos in a scene from the Jackson Center High School play “Done to Death.” The play will be performed Friday night at the high school. ————— These news items from past issues of the Sidney Daily News are compiled by the Shelby County Historical Society (498-1653) as a public service to the community. Local history on the Internet! www.shelbycountyhistory.org

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Minster Rocket Club prepares for two national competitions MINSTER â&#x20AC;&#x201D; One year ago, the Minster Rocket Club placed 12th in the country at the 2012 Team America Rocketry Challenge (TARC), the worldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s largest rocket contest held outside of Washington, D.C. This one event launched a whirlwind of rocket engineering that would last an entire year. Today, the Minster Rocket Club is making lastminute preparations for its Wednesday to trip Huntsville, Ala., to launch a 10-foot rocket named â&#x20AC;&#x153;I Need My Spaceâ&#x20AC;? for the NASA Student Launch Initiative (SLI). NASA SLI challenges high school and college students to design, build and launch a reusable rocket to one mile above ground level while carrying a scientific or engineering payload. Helping teams through this journey are NASA engineers. Students use web conferencing to resolve design issues and troubleshoot various systems of the rocket. Now the team eagerly waits, counting the days until they arrive in

Huntsville to have the experience of a lifetime, said Ted Oldiges, teacher and club adviser. Minster Rocket Club is one of 20 high schools in the country that received an invitation to participate in the 2013 NASA SLI competition. SLI team members are Bella Shurelds, Austin Dwenger, Brooke Monnin, Dane Dahlinghaus, Hannah Kuether, Jessica Berelsman, Kyle Heitkamp, Pierce McGowan, Reid Frick, Trent Carlon, Sam Bornhorst, Carlin Elder, Danielle Monnin and Nathan Riethman. NASA will provide live coverage of the April 20 SLI launch on the social web service UStream, complete with embedded Twitter e e d . f http://www.ustream.tv/cha nnel/nasa-msfc. If this yearlong NASA journey wasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t challenging enough, five other Minster Junior/Senior High School teams worked all year to prepare for the 2013 TARC competition. TARC is the worldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s largest rocket contest, spon-

sored by the Aerospace Industries Association and the National Association of Rocketry. Approximately 7,000 students from across the nation compete in TARC each year. Teams design, build and fly a model rocket that reaches a specific altitude and duration determined by a set of rules developed each year. The contest is designed to encourage students to study math and science and pursue careers in aerospace. The top 100 teams are invited to Washington, D.C., for the May 11 national finals. Prizes include $60,000 in cash and scholarships. On March 29, two Minster Rocket Club teams were notified they qualified in the top 100, beating out 725 other schools from across the nation. Additionally, of the 40 Ohio schools that entered the 2013 competition, Minster Rocket Club will be the only Ohio school to advance to the national finals. Now these two teams prepare for the finals and strive to achieve the success they accomplished last year. Team Saturn Shooters

are Ali Borgerding, Britenee Stevens, Hailey Oldiges, Jordan Nolan, Macey Elder and Sable Hudson. Team Plutoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Avengers are Brooke Monnin, Kyle Heitkamp, Reid Frick, Sam Bornhorst, Carlin Elder, Danielle Monnin and Nathan Riethman. This is the fourth consecutive year Minster Rocket Club will be a national finalist at the TARC competition. â&#x20AC;&#x153;This is an enormous honor for our school district,â&#x20AC;? Oldiges said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The continued focus on STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) education in our curriculum has fueled studentsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; interest in these fields and increased the opportunities for handson projects like Minster Rocket Club. I canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t wait to see how far students can take this!â&#x20AC;? People who would like to become a sponsor, find out more information, or view photos and videos about Minster Rocket Club, are asked to visit the clubâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s website, www.minsterrocketclub.com.

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Antique portrait Portrait photographer Mark Roach, of Columbus, Ga., poses Alaina Vestal, 9, of Sidney, during an antique-style photo shoot at JJ Kids & Co. in Minster recently. At the event, children could dress in clothing provided by the store. For photo reprints, visit www.sidneydailynews.com

Minster school board recognizes award winner nifer Christopher, $47,344; limited oneyear contracts for extended days, the same as last year, to Peggy Kelly, $3,049, Leah Ketner, $2,882, Kim Seaver, $5,911 and Paul Winglewich, $11,527. Classified staff contracts were approved for cooksâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; helpers Lois Seger, $12,453, and Sandra Hoying, $12,453; secMichelle retary Huelsman on an asneeded basis; two-year contract to Paul Winglewich for bus driver, $3,848; and oneyear contracts on an asneeded basis for bus driving, Rob Sniegowski, Betty Dahlinghaus, Bill Young, Mike Ripploh and Don Patch, and cafe-

teria servers, Barb Kuether, Peggy Link, Cathy Stah and Bev Tebbe. The board also accepted the resignation of Nate Moore as teacher and Steven Blackburn as bus driver. Memorandum of understanding agreements for retire/rehire were accepted for Deb Kruse, Larry Topp and Peggy Kelly. The board agreed to have a â&#x20AC;&#x153;garage saleâ&#x20AC;? of items left at the Hanover Street school for staff members. Once staff members purchase items they want, the remaining items will go on sale to the public, reported Superintendent Brenda Boeke. Board members

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Mom upset daughter saw R-rated movie DR. WALLACE: I’m mitted to her far more the mother of a 15effectively with love year-old girl, and I’m than anger. mad as heck. My daughter and her 16DR. WALLACE: year-old boyfriend went Spring is almost here, to an R-rated movie. I and I’m starting to found out when I overthink of having fun heard them discussing running in the surf of the movie. I called the ’Tween Lake Michigan and a tan lying on theater to complain 12 & 20 getting and was told that they the golden sand. Dr. Robert do not ask for identifiI’m told by my P.E. Wallace cation because an adult teacher that it is not could purchase the healthy to get a tan, tickets and give them to under- even if you are loaded with exage teens. pensive sunscreen. But my Needless to say, I called the aunt says that the sun is a good police and contacted the news- source of Vitamin D and that if paper to vent my anger. They you don’t overdo it and get sunall told me that it was up to the burned, the sun’s rays are parents to make sure their chil- healthy and a good way to get dren do not see films that are rid of complexion problems. intended for mature audiences. I’ve been getting a nice tan for My daughter is grounded for several years and I have a clear a month and is not allowed to complexion and have no noticego out with this boy any more, able skin damage. What do you but that still doesn’t eliminate say? —Connie, Dyer, Ind. the problem. — Mother, ManCONNIE: The sun is a good chester, N.H. source of Vitamin D when MOTHER: Parental vigi- taken in small doses. There is lance does seem to be the only no such thing as a healthy tan. barrier between underage teens The rays from the sun can and R-rated movies. Believe me, cause lasting damage to the your daughter is far from the skin that can lead to premature only one who has managed to wrinkling and even skin cancer. get into such a movie. React, a Your clear complexion has nothteen magazine, polled over ing to do with your being in the 7,600 teens who were 16 and sun. under and learned that a whopAccording to Dr. Jeff Lauber, ping 80 percent said they went a Southern California dermaregularly to R-rated movies. tologist, any time the sun There was nothing to stop changes the color of the skin, them. The reason is profit. The- damage has occurred. aters want to sell tickets, and an underage teen’s money is Dr. Robert Wallace welcomes just as good as an adult’s. questions from readers. AlI don’t blame you for being though he is unable to reply to upset, but I would caution you all of them individually, he will that anger and punishment answer as many as possible in alone will not solve the prob- this column. Email him at rwallem. They could even have the lace@galesburg.net. To find out reverse effect, heightening the more about Dr. Robert Wallace allure such movies have by and read features by other Creturning them into “forbidden ators Syndicate writers and carfruit.” Keep the communication toonists, visit the Creators channel open with your daugh- Syndicate website at www.creter. Your values will be trans- ators.com.

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BY FRANCIS DRAKE What kind of day will tomorrow be? To find out what the stars say, read the forecast given for your birth sign. For Monday, April 15, 2013 ARIES (March 21 to April 19) In the next few weeks, little treasures will tempt you as you buy things for yourself and loved ones. Fortunately, some of you will be making more money as well. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) Fair Venus enters your sign today to stay for the next few weeks, making you extra charming and diplomatic! The month ahead will also be an excellent time to shop for wardrobe items. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) Solitude in beautiful surroundings will please you in the month ahead. (This is a popular time for you, but even you need to catch your breath.) CANCER (June 21 to July 22) Friendships will be warm in the coming month. One reason is you will find it easy to express your affection for others, which, of course, makes others feel even warmer toward you. LEO (July 23 to Aug. 22) Some of you might be attracted to someone older, richer or worldlier in the next several weeks. You also might be asked to give your creative input about something. VIRGO (Aug. 23 to Sept. 22) Travel for pleasure will delight you in the coming month. Go anywhere you can. Others can promote publishing opportunities or find chances to shine at school. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Romance will be sweet and passionate in the coming month. In addition, many of

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you will be on the receiving end of the generosity of others. Yay! SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) In the next month, relationships with others will be smoother and friendlier. This is an excellent time to patch up quarrels and mend broken fences. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) You’ll enjoy good relationships with co-workers in the month ahead because people are willing to help you. In fact, you might make financial gains or make your workplace more attractive. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 19) Romance, vacations, parties, sports events and fun times with children will please you in the coming month. Accept all invitations to party. It’s time for fun! AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 to Feb. 18) Opportunities to make where you live look more attractive exist in the coming month. Entertain at home, because family relations will be warm and loving. PISCES (Feb. 19 to March 20) In the month ahead, you’ll be surprised by how much beauty is in your daily surroundings. Similarly, you might be surprised by how much love there is as well. YOU BORN TODAY You’re intelligent, organized and interested in everything. You’re a great planner and organizer, and you love to jump into new areas and take over (but only for the beginning stages). You need a changing landscape that allows you to constantly grow and improvise. Make time in your coming year to study or learn something valuable; you will be glad you did. Birthdate of: Emma Thompson, actress; Seth Rogen, actor; Leonardo da Vinci, Renaissance genius.

The real estate transfers listed below have been recorded at the office of Shelby County Recorder Jodi L. Siegel. Transfers listed also include tax-exempt property transfers in which no dollar amount is listed. Shelby County Auditor Denny York said the exemptions normally involve transactions within a family and therefore no public record of the dollar amount is recorded. Sidney Janice A. McGrath to George W. and Pamela J. Kyser, Northwood Condominium, unit 176, $100,000. Citifinancial to Don and Toinette Alexander, English Addition, lot 830, $9,550. Mutual Federal Savings Bank to OREP LLC, Wagners Subdivision, lots 25-27, $42,500. Clinton Township Elton J. Slonecker to Keith M. and Amber Freisthler, Millcreek Subdivision, lot 11, $80,000. Loramie Township Bede A. and Barbara A. Monnin to Jerome E. and Judy E. Goubeaux, part section 3, 1.0 acre, $5,500. McLean Township Conet Inc. to Joseph M. White, Filburns Subdivision, lots 63 and 146, $146,000. Van Buren Township Betty M. Paul, deceased, to Ronnie Paul and Renee McGriff, parts section 35, 5.1 and 0.975 acres, exempt. Washington Twp. Federal National Mortgage Assn. to William L. Stilwell, Arrowhead Hill Subdivision, first addition, lot 200, $39,000.

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All Community Open House A special “thank you” to the community The Upper Valley Career Center is hosting an All Community Open House on Saturday, April 20. The Open House will be the final event in a year-long series showcasing the $25 million Ohio School Facilities Commission renovation project. “Visitors to the Career Center this year have been surprised by the professional look and feel of the like-new building. Consistently their comments are that it looks more like a college campus than a high school,” said Jason Haak, Executive Director. He continued, “We can’t say “thank you” enough or adequately express our appreciation to this community for the support that made this possible.” In November 2009, the community passed a .46 mill bond issue which enabled Upper Valley CC to raise the $7.3 million needed to draw down $17.4 million from the State for the purpose of thoroughly renovating the 37year old high school facilities. Construction progressed throughout 2011 and 2012 with completion on schedule for the beginning of the 2012/13 school year. Haak says, “Whole sections of the buildings were gutted and replaced with new walls, ceilings, flooring, cabinetry, and the electrical and technical-infrastructure needed to support the level of career technical training that our stake holders have

Open House Activities Participate in fun Family Friendly activities and demonstrations. The following presentations will be on going from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Carpentry –See display/demo in Main Building and in the Duke Industrialized Housing Lab (modular home construction). Electrical Trades – Working with LED lighting Auto Services – Students to demonstrate detailing, electrical board, and use of tire changer. Auto Technologies – Get tips and learn techniques for brake/rotor Replacement. Manufacturing – See CNC operation and robotic arm. Safety – See safe practices and skills demo of both Forklift and Scissor lift. Horticulture and Landscape – Automated Greenhouse and get tips for rose pruning and flower arranging. Welding – Plazma Cutter in operation. Building and Grounds Maintenance – PVC and pex plumbing techniques and copper pipe soldering. Pre-Engineering and Design Technologies – Be amazed by 3D Printing. Digital Printing and Design Technologies – Noteworthy Project and samples. Heating/Ventilation/Air Conditioning/Refrigeration – Student will fabricate sheet metal tool boxes for visitors and demo sheet-metal fundamentals. Aerospace Occupations – Take flight in two classroom simulators. Early Childhood Education and Care – Pre School will be set up for indoor activities and outdoor activities.

come to expect.” When the building was constructed in 1975, there were no student laptops or virtual learning experiences. The old system worked, but was basically a maxed-out retrofit. All that is gone replaced with state-of-the-art fire and life safety systems, Cisco phone system, district network, and classroom technology. The building is now more energy efficient thanks to the new roof, electrical, HVAC/R, and plumbing systems. The work was completed in phases so that all programs and services could continue with minimal interruption. Use of the newly built, permanent swing space in the front provided 12 classrooms which housed academic classes during the renovation. This summer that swing space will become home to the Adult Division School of Practical Nursing. Haak encourages everyone to visit the school during the April 20, Open House. “The Upper Valley Career Center may be the best kept secret in Miami and Shelby Counties. We invite you to help us get the word out. Stop by on April 20. We’ll have demonstrations, activities, and refreshments. Beyond that we want the opportunity to thank people and show them that their support - their tax dollars, are making an incredible difference for our staff and our students.”

School of Practical Nursing – Students will provide blood pressure checks. Teacher Academy – Video presentation Culinary Arts/Cornerstone @ 8811 – Participate in fun food-prep stations in commercial kitchen. Medical Information Management – Reception and registration of all Upper Valley Alumni. Gift to first 200 Alumni! Interactive Media See Capstone Project by Senior Kalen Ulmes for Troy REC. Enjoy student created promo videos and studio equipment. Electric Power Line Mechanic – Pole climbing demonstration provided by Warren County Career Center at the ATC. New Program at Upper Valley! Assessments/GED Registrations – Learn how to register for the GED exam and more about basic skills assessments. Chicken Dinner – Education Foundation sponsored sale.

Landscape and Horticulture students have enjoyed learning in the new fully automated greenhouse with first year teacher Mr. John Kreitzer.

Education Foundation Sponsors Chicken Dinner Fundraiser If you haven’t already made dinner plans for April 20, Pat Gibson, Director of Business Operations invites you to enjoy a chicken dinner and support the Foundations student scholarships. “In the past several years our Foundation has awarded Upper Valley Career Center graduates $6,000 in scholarships to assist with their post-secondary education. We’d like to see those funds increase and perpetuate.” Dinners cost $7 and will be available for pick-up or on-site dining during the school’s All Community Open House from 1 to 4 p.m., April 20. Each meal includes one-half chicken, two sides, and a cookie. On-site diners will also receive a beverage. Tickets may be purchased the day of; however pre-sales are encouraged. All proceeds benefit scholarship funds. This email has originated from Upper Valley Career Center and has been scanned by Barracuda and certified virus free. If you received this email by accident, please notify bowsere@uppervalleycc.org and delete the message. RENOVATION FACTS

Scheduled Demonstrations NAO Robot Performance in Hartzell Lecture Center: 1:30, 2:30, 3:30 by Pre-Engineering and Design Technologies Battle of the Bots| LIVE: 1:00, 2:00, 3:00 by Pre-Engineering and Design Technologies. Story and game time: 1:30 and 3:00 by the Teacher Academy. Prevent Germs/Stay Healthy: 1:30 and 3:00 by Medical Technologies. There’s and App for that! Android App Development for tablet and phone: 1:30, 2:30, 3:30 by Computer Information Management.

The $25 million renovation funding 75% OSFC 25% through .46 bond passed in November 2009 Main Building Upgrades to all major systems: heating, cooling, lighting, technology, infrastructure, plumbing and life safety Replaced: roof, internal walls, and flooring, kitchen appliances and equipment, fixtures and classroom furnishings Reallocation of space: several programs labs were relocated Innovation: ambient lighting in hall-

ways and many classrooms is provided by skylights Additional classroom technology eases instructor and student access to online learning resources Miles and miles of data cabling and new servers facilitate the transition to a 1:1 student laptop program Willowbrook Renovation 1,000 sq. ft. greenhouse Data lines connecting to Main Building systems Swing Space 8,000 sq. ft./12 classrooms opened April 2011 New home of School of Practical Nursing as of July 2013


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Saturday, April 13, 2013

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REPLAY 50 years ago April 13, 1963 John Caldwell, former Sidney resident, and one of his new neighbors, Jack Ballew, recently caught 72 pounds of big-mouth bass in three hours of night fishing in Lake Norfolk in Arkansas. The Caldwells have been living in the area for the last two years and like the night fishing, since there are no mosquitoes there.

25 years ago April 13, 1988 Botkins’ amazing performance in the field events continued in a meet at Wapakoneta Tuesday as Dan Klopfenstein reached the 50-foot mark in the shot put and teammate Jim King was close behind. Klopfenstein heaved the shot 50-71/2 to win and King ws right behind at 49-101/2.

10 years ago April 13, 2003 Houston did all its damage in the first two innings in beating Fairlawn 4-2 in girls softball. Jenny Brown had two hits for the winners and Franny Spangler tripled in the first. Sara Cook doubled for Fairlawn.

ON THE AIR High school baseball on the Internet TODAY PressProsMagazine.com — Minster at Fort Loramie, 11:45 air time TUESDAY PressProsMagazine.com — Sidney vs. Troy at 5th-3rd Field. 7:15 air time.

CALENDAR High school sports TODAY Baseball Jackson Center at New Bremen Russia at Covington (2) Minster at Fort Loramie Allen East at New Knoxville Houston, Anna at St. Henry Inv. Fairlawn at Ansonia (2) Riverside at Ben Logan Versailles at St. Marys (2) Softball Lehman at Bethel (2) Sidney at Celina Fort Loramie at Jackson Center Russia at Covington (2) Minster at St. Marys (2) Anna at New Bremen Fairlawn at Riverside (2) Marion Local at Botkins (2) Versailles at Ansonia (2) Track Lehman, Russia, Minster, New Bremen, New Knoxville, Houston, Fairlawn, Botkins at Anna Invitational Jackson Center at Ridgemont Inv.

QUOTE OF THE DAY “That’s just stupid is what it is. He should not play a game until Greinke can pitch. If he plays before Greinke pitches, something’s wrong. He caused the whole thing. Nothing happens if he goes to first base.” —Dodgers manager Don Mattingly on San Diego’s Carlos Quentin, who charged the mound after being hit by a pitch. Dodger pitcher Zack Greinke suffered a broken collarbone in the melee.

ON THIS DATE IN 1957 — The Boston Celtics capture their first NBA championship as rookie Tommy Heinsohn scores 37 points and grabs 23 rebounds in a 125-123 double overtime victory over the St. Louis Hawks in Game 7. 1984 — Pete Rose of the Montreal Expos collects the 4,000th hit of his career with a double off Philadelphia’s Jerry Koosman in the fourth inning.

Contact Sports Editor Ken Barhorst with story ideas, sports scores and game stats by phone at (937) 498-5960; email, kbarhorst@civitasmedia.com; or by fax, (937) 498-5991.

Day leads at Masters 14-year-old makes cut; bad break for Tiger AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) —The 14-year-old from China isn’t going anywhere in a hurry. And this Masters is still a long way from taking shape. Despite being the first player at Augusta National to get hit with a one-shot penalty for slow play, teen sensation Guan Tianlang still made history Friday as the youngest player to make the cut in a PGA Tour-sanctioned event. And it came down to the last shot of a wild and windy day. Jason Day could have sent the kid home early with a birdie from just off the front of the green on the 18th hole. But the Australian was wide left and tapped in for par, giving him a 4-under 68 and a one-shot lead over fellow Aussie Marc Leishman and the ageless Fred Couples. The par meant that Guan, who had one shot added to his score on the 17th hole for his second bad time of the round ‚Äî made the cut under the 10shot rule. “If I can make it, I would be really happy for it,” Guan said some five hours earlier. “But if I didn’t make it, it’s still a great week.” He’s now part of a weekend at Augusta that should be as dynamic as ever. Day was at 6-under 138, and 18 players were within four shots of the lead, including Tiger Woods. Woods moved into a share of the lead with a two-putt birdie on the eighth hole, and his game looked to be as sharp as ever ‚Äî perhaps too sharp. Right when it looked like he might take the outright lead, Woods hit a lob wedge that was so perfect it hit the flag on the par-5 15th and caromed backward off the green and into the water. Instead of having a short birdie putt, he had to scramble to save bogey. Woods posed over another shot on the 18th and was stunned to see it hop onto the upper shelf, leading to his second three-putt bogey of the week. He had to settle for a 71, though he was still only three shots out of the lead. “My score doesn’t quite in-

AP Photo/Darron Cummings

TIGER WOODS reacts after his fairway shot on the 15th hole hit the pin and rolled into the water during the second round of the Masters golf tournament Friday in Augusta, Ga. dicate how well I played today,” Woods said. Day, a runner-up at the Masters two years ago, can be one of the most exciting players in golf when his game is on, and he was firing at flags from everywhere Friday. Even from the pine straw under the trees on the dangerous 11th, the Aussie took dead aim at the pin and set up a rare birdie to join the leaders. His only blunder was hit-

ting into the water short of the 12th, though he still managed to escape with bogey, and then he fired a 4-wood low enough to stay below the trees and avoid the wind on the 13th, setting up a two-putt birdie. He was cognizant of the guys behind him — Woods included — though just as much pressure comes from trying to be the first Australian in a green jacket.

“The moment I start worrying about other players is the moment I start losing focus on what I need to do, and when I do that, I’ll start making bogeys,” Day said. “It’s obviously great to have the lead. I’m very exciting for the challenge over the next two days. It really is exciting to have the opportunity to win the Masters. I’m very, very happy where I am right now.” The 53-year-old Couples, who shared the 36-hole lead last year at the Masters, birdied the 18th hole for a 71 and will play in the final group. “I did tee off Thursday with the idea of playing well, and now it’s Friday afternoon late. I’m surprised, but I’m not going to freak out over it,” Couples said. Former Masters champion Angel Cabrera birdied five of his last six holes for a 69 and was in the group two shots behind, along with former U.S. Open champion Jim Furyk (71) and Brandt Snedeker (70). Woods was at 3-under 141 with six others, including Adam Scott (72), Lee Westwood (71) and Justin Rose (71). And still in the mix was Rory McIlroy, who turned his fortunes around with a 5wood from about 275 yards that set up a short eagle putt. He added three more birdies on the back nine and had a 70, leaving him only four shots out of the lead going into the weekend. “Anything under par today was going to be a good score,” McIlroy said. The hole locations were severe in spots, with one pin tucked on top of a mound toward the front of the fifth green. The par 5s played into an opposite wind on the back nine, and they were not easy to reach. Furyk got home in two on the 15th hole Thursday with a hybrid. He used that same club to lay up on Friday. Such tough conditions made the performance of Guan that much more impressive. He had a respectable 75, which included the oneshot penalty.

Reds drop third straight PITTSBURGH (AP) — Andrew McCutchen hit a tiebreaking homer in the seventh inning and drove in three runs to lead the Pittsburgh Pirates past the Cincinnati Reds 6-5 on Friday night. McCutchen’s leadoff shot to left field off J.J. Hoover (0-3), his second homer of the season, snapped a 5-all tie. Cincinnati had just tied the score in the top of the seventh on Brandon Phillips' second home run of the game, a tworun drive to center off Tony Watson (1-0). The first four batters in Pittsburgh's lineup — Starling Marte, Neil Walker, McCutchen and Garrett Jones — had two hits each as the Pirates totaled 12. They entered the game with a .153 batting average, worst in the major leagues, and had scored only 21 runs in their first nine games. Walker and McCutchen hit consecutive two-run singles in the second to give Pittsburgh a 5-1 lead. The Reds got singles runs in the fourth and sixth innings, both being drivenin by

AP Photo/Gene Puskar

CINCINNATI REDS shortstop Zack Cozart (2) scores past Pittsburgh Pirates catcher Russell Martin (55) on a double by Cincinnati Reds catcher Devin Mesoraco (39) during the sixth inning of a baseball game in Pittsburgh Friday. Devin Mesoraco, one on a the left field line and he beat groundout and the other on a the throw to second base. double. After Asdrubal Cabrera's groundout moved Bourn to Indians win 10 CLEVELAND (AP) — Nick third, Crain fell behind Swisher's two-out RBI single Jason Kipnis in the count 3in the ninth inning gave the 0 before an intentional walk Cleveland Indians a 1-0 win was issued. Swisher, one of the Indians’ over the Chicago White Sox on key offseason additions, hit Friday. Michael Bourn started the first pitch into right field the rally with a one-out dou- and was mobbed by his teamble off Jesse Crain (0-1). mates as the Indians won for Bourn's blooper landed near the first time in three home

games despite managing only three hits. Starters Justin Masterson (3-0) and Jose Quintana engaged in a pitchers' duel. Masterson threw nine shutout innings, allowing five hits. Quintana held the Indians to one hit in seven innings. Masterson, who struck out seven and walked one, extended his consecutive scoreless innings streak to a career-high 19.


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Sidney Daily News, Saturday, April 13, 2013

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SPORTS LEADERBOARD

Track honor roll GIRLS 100 dash Pauline Meyer, Jackson Center.................12.93 Gwen Kiehl, Versailles ..............................13.13 Elena Moore, Fort Loramie .......................13.42 Hannah Barga, Minster ............................13.62 Sarah Titterington, Lehman .....................13.66 Regan Geise, Fort Loramie........................13.69 200 dash Amanda Winner, Versailles .......................26.93 Sarah Titterington, Lehman .....................27.07 Lauren Bohman, Versailles.......................27.14 Gwen Kiehl, Versailles ..............................27.65 Brandi Johnson, Sidney ............................27.92 Megan Lewis, Sidey ...................................28.11 400 dash Lauren Heaton, Russia ..........................1:01.49 Sarah Titterington, Lehman ..................1:01.88 Amanda Winner, Versailles ....................1:02.12 Gabrielle Barga, Minster .......................1:04.48 Haley Winner, Versailles ........................1:04.49 Taylor Winner, Versailles .......................1:05.98 800 run Meg Westerheide, Fort Loramie.............2:29.86 Chloe Flora, Botkins...............................2:31.01 Natalie Fausey, Minster .........................2:33.40 Emily Borchers, Russia ..........................2:35.47 Heather West, Sidney .............................2:37.03 Taylor Arnold, Minster ...........................2:40.26 1600 run Emily Borchers, Russia ..........................5:35.28 Lauren Francis, Russia ..........................5:37.20 Meg Westerheide, Fort Loramie.............5:43.22 Cassie Boyle, New Knoxville..................5:43.27 Heather West, Sidney .............................5:52.29 Stevie Shepherd, Sidney ........................5:56.20 3200 run Cassie Boyle, New Knoxville................12:46.06 Kaci Bornhorst, Minster.......................12:46.66 Molly Kearns, Russia ...........................12:51.23 Jenna Hooks, Houston.........................12:56.72 Hannah Wenig, Versailles ....................13:01.24 Madison Grilliot, Versailles..................13:09.40 100 hurdles Leah Francis, Russia .................................16.42 Haley Horstman, New Knoxville ..............16.83 Olivia Quinter, Fort Loramie ....................17.67 Katelyn Platfoot, Versailles.......................17.85 Valerie Francis, Versailles.........................17.93 Whitney Bornhorst, Botkins .....................18.12 300 hurdles Olivia Enneking, Minster..........................49.78 Olivia Quinter, Fort Loramie ....................51.13 Meagan Winner, Versailles........................51.87 Haley Horstman, New Knoxville ..............51.38 Maggie Meiring, Minster...........................51.55 Whitney Bornhorst, Botkins .....................51.78 400 relay Sidney.........................................................52.59 Versailles....................................................54.19 Fort Loramie ..............................................55.58 Russia.........................................................56.23 Jackson Center ..........................................56.49

Fairlawn .....................................................57.47 800 relay Minster....................................................1:52.64 Versailles.................................................1:53.84 Fort Loramie ...........................................1:55.60 Jackson Center .......................................1:58.47 Russia......................................................1:58.87 Botkins ....................................................1:59.37 1600 relay Versailles.................................................3:58.66 Minster....................................................4:17.62 Fort Loramie ...........................................4:27.60 Russia......................................................4:28.65 Botkins ....................................................4:32.70 Sidney......................................................4:38.11 3200 relay Minster..................................................10:23.19 Russia....................................................10:33.85 Fort Loramie .........................................10:34.00 Botkins ..................................................10:51.72 New Bremen .........................................10:52.26 Houston .................................................11:09.82 Shot put Olivia Cummings, Fairlawn........................41-2 Megan Fogt, Anna ....................................35-4.5 Madeleine Eiting, Minster .......................34-5.5 Chelsea Bruns, Versailles ...........................33-9 Colleen Greve, Botkins.........................32-10.25 Bria Foy, Sidney...........................................32-4 Discus Chelsea Bruns, Versailles .........................125-0 Olivia Cummings, Fairlawn......................121-7 Nicole Fogt, Jackson Center .....................106-0 Kim Maurer, New Bremen..........................98-8 Kacie Lawrence, Versailles .........................97-1 Jocelyn Counts, Botkins...........................96-1.5 High jump Bethany York, Russia ....................................5-0 Emily Borchers, Russia .................................5-0 Ellen Turner, Fort Loramie.........................4-10 Kerri Meade, Riverside ...............................4-10 Kaitlyn Davis, Sidney....................................4-9 Bonnie Altstaetter, Anna...............................4-9 Brett Bey, Versailles ......................................4-8 Valerie Francis, Versailles.............................4-8 Rachel Wehrman, Minster ............................4-8 Long jump Haley Horstman, New Knoxville.............15-1.5 May Francis, Minster ..................................15-0 Cassie Jutte, Minster .............................14-11.5 Abbie Roe, Fairlawn .................................14-8.5 Nicole Fogt, Jackson Center .......................14-4 Kirstin Voisard, Russia ...............................14-0 Pole vault Lauren Boyd, Sidney .....................................9-0 Tina Echemann, Sidney ................................8-0 Maria Heckman, Minster..............................8-0 Katie Nuss, Fairlawn ....................................8-0 Andrea Meyer, Fort Loramie.........................8-0 LeAnne Huelsman, Minster..........................7-6 Allison Jutte, Minster ...................................7-6 Theresa Homan, New Bremen......................7-6

Baseball leaders HITTING 18-or-more at-bats AB H Avg Bailey Francis, Russia . . . . . . . 25 14 .560 Dalton Bollinger, Riverside . . . 31 16 .516 Damien Richard, Versailles . . . 26 13 .500 Adam Niemeyer, Minser. . . . . . 18 9 .500 Cole McEldowney, Russia. . . . . 25 12 .480 Dustin Proffitt, Riverside. . . . . 37 17 .460 Evan Dietz, Botkins . . . . . . . . . 24 11 .458 Andrew Knapke, Minster . . . . . 20 9 .450 Devon Poeppelman, Minster . . 20 9 .450 Alex Roberts, Botkins . . . . . . . . 23 10 .435 Trevor Sherman, Russia . . . . . 26 11 .423 Ethan Wolf, Minster . . . . . . . . . 19 8 .421 Dallas Daniels, Riverside . . . . . 31 13 .419 Connor Echols, Sidney . . . . . . . 22 9 .409 Cole Proffitt, Lehman. . . . . . . . 25 10 .400 Mike Davidson, Versailles . . . . 20 8 .400 Christian Hoskins, Botkins . . . 26 10 .385 Landon Kelsey, Riverside . . . . . 42 16 .381 Kaleb Dotson, Sidney . . . . . . . . 24 9 .375 Kyle Niekamp, Versailles . . . . . 27 10 .370 Josh Schwartz, Botkins . . . . . . 25 9 .360 Dan Borchers, Versailles . . . . . 20 7 .350 Bobby Benshoff, Sidney . . . . . . 20 7 .350 Greg Spearman, Lehman . . . . . 26 9 .346 Ryan Penley, Sidney . . . . . . . . . 26 9 .346 Connor Cotterman, Riverside . 26 9 .346 Nate Bosway, Lehman . . . . . . . 27 9 .333 Drew Westerheide, Lehman . . . 18 6 .333 Sammy Niswonger, Sidney. . . . 21 7 .333 AJ Hemmelgarn, Lehman . . . . 25 8 .320 Mitch Gigandet, Versailles . . . . 25 8 .320 Jace Barga, Versailles. . . . . . . . 22 7 .318 John Copella, Lehman . . . . . . . 19 6 .316 Carter Bensman, Anna. . . . . . . 19 6 .316 RUNS SCORED Luke Green, Riverside, 19;Dalton Bollinger, Riverside, 16; Dustin Proffitt, Riverside, 15;

DOUBLES

Damien Richard, Versailles, 6; Mike Davidson, Versailles, 5; Dalton Bollinger, Riverside, 5; Jace Barga, Versailles, 5; Devon Poeppelman, Minster, 5; Dustin Poeppelman, Anna, 4; Evan Dietz, Botkins, 4; Kyle Niekamp, Versailles, 4; Trevor Sherman, Russia, 4; TRIPLES Dustin Proffitt, Riverside, 3; Jay Eilerman, Minster, 2; Mike Rutschilling, Versailles, 2. HOME RUNS Several tied with 1. RUNS BATTED IN Landon Kelsey, Riverside, 17; Dalton Bollinger, Riverside, 13; Dallas Daniels, Riverside, 12; Andrew Knapke, Minster, 10; Bailey Francis, Russia, 9; Kyle Niekamp, Versailles, 9; Bobby Benshoff, Sidney, 9; Nate Bosway, Lehman, 8; Josh Schwartz, Botkins, 8; Ryan Penley, Sidney, 8. STOLEN BASES Alex Roberts, Botkins, 18; Greg Spearman, Lehman, 10; Evan Dietz, Botkins, 7; Cole McEldowney, Russia, 7; Trevor Sherman, Russia, 6; Bailey Francis, Russia, 5; Connor Echols, Sidney, 5; Kaleb Dotson, Sidney, 5; Mike Rutschilling, Versailles, 5; Trey Elchert, Jackson Center, 4; Gavin Wildermuth, Jackson Center, 4; Damien Richard, Versailles, 4; Ryan Penley, Sidney, 4; Zach Greve, Botkins, 4; Josh Schwartz, Botkins, 4; Seth Hoying, Botkins, 4; Nick Okuley, Botkins, 4

PITCHING 10-or-more innings pitched

H 13 4 8 9 -2 12 16 6 17

R 3 2 5 5 -9 6 9 9 --

ER 1 2 2 3 -5 4 6 4 7

BB 3 2 5 4 -4 4 3 3 11

K 11 12 10 18 18 20 14 5 5 13

New Bremen ..............................................47.70 Versailles....................................................47.85 800 relay Minster....................................................1:35.89 Anna ........................................................1:36.38 New Bremen ...........................................1:38.32 Sidney......................................................1:39.17 Fairlawn ..................................................1:39.54 Versailles.................................................1:40.22 1600 relay Minster....................................................3:42.94 Anna ........................................................3:45.23 Versailles.................................................3:47.67 Sidney......................................................3:49.79 New Bremen ...........................................3:50.93 Russia......................................................3:50.95 3200 relay Versailles.................................................8:28.15 Minster....................................................8:30.33 New Bremen ...........................................8:49.40 Sidney......................................................8:58.51 Anna ........................................................9:08.88 Houston ...................................................9:19.40 Shot put Wes Hegemann, Minster........................47-4.75 Brad Montgomery, Lehman ........................47-2 Nick Paulus, Russia................................46-7.25 Mitchell Didier, Versailles......................46-2.25 Ben Montgomery, Lehman ..........................46-2 Jon Heuker, Minster.................................44-1.5 Discus Cole Cummings, Fairlawn.......................160-10 Brad Montgomery, Lehman ....................154-10 Wes Hegemann, Minster...........................140-4 Ryan Spicer, Anna .....................................136-7 Alex Stucke, Versailles ..............................125-4 Nick Colby, Russia .....................................124-9 High jump Trey Everett, Fairlawn..................................6-5 Craig Pothast, Versailles...............................6-2 Andrew Mackie, New Knoxville ...................6-2 TJ Martin, Houston.......................................6-0 Clay Wilker, Versailles ..................................6-2 Zach Steinbrunner, Versailles.......................6-0 Paul Dues, Minster......................................5-10 Clay Wilker, Versailles ................................5-10 Kyle Poling, Russia......................................5-10 Long jump Trey Everett, Fairlawn................................21-5 Parker Manger, New Bremen .....................18-8 Matthew Bruce, Anna .................................18-8 Kurtis Thobe, Minster ............................18-10.5 Jackson, Lehman ......................................18-4.5 Jacob Dues, Minster ...............................18-1.75 Pole vault Quinton Scheer, Fort Loramie ....................13-0 AJ Huelsman, Minster ................................12-6 Tyler Davis, Houston...................................12-0 Jacob Braun, Houston .................................12-0 Zane Ferguson, New Bremen......................12-0 Alan Tebbe, Minster ....................................11-6

Softball leaders

Greg Spearman, Lehman, 14; Trevor Sherman, Russia, 13; Cole McEldowney, Russia, 12; Devon Poeppelman, Minster, 11; Dallas Daniels, Riverside, 11; Evan Dietz, Botkins, 10; Alex Roberts, Botkins, 10; Mitch Gigandet, Versailles, 10; Jay Eilerman, Minster, 9; Andrew Knapke, Minster, 9; Carter Bensman, Anna, 9; Mike Rutschilling, Versailles, 8; LandonKelsey, Riverside, 8; Dakota Bollinger, Riverside, 8;

IP Jake Herron, Riverside . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Trevor Sherman, Russia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Devon Poeppelman, Minster . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101/3 Nate Bosway, Lehman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Connor Echols, Siddey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Josh Robinson, Anna . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Cole Proffitt, Lehman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Kenny Guthrie, Riverside . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Landon Kelsey, Riverside. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Roger Miller, Botkins. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 152/3

BOYS 100 dash Anthony Gillem, Fairlawn.........................11.50 Justin Stewart, Lehman............................11.51 Andrew Heitkamp, Versailles ...................11.57 Delaunte Thornton, Fort Loramie ............11.63 Jacob Barga, Versailles..............................11.68 Kaleb Martin, Sidney ................................11.73 200 dash Cole Albers, Versailles ...............................23.14 Craig Pothast, Versailles ...........................23.40 Delaunte Thornton, Fort Loramie ............23.48 Andrew Heitkamp, Versailles ...................23.65 Justin Stewart, Lehman............................23.73 Anthony Gillem, Fairlawn.........................23.80 400 dash Justin Stewart, Lehman............................51.34 Korey Schultz, Minster .............................52.11 Anthony Yates, Sidney...............................52.52 Andrew Mackie, Anna ...............................52.52 Troy Kauffman, Minster ...........................53.93 Jared Kremer, New Bremen......................54.40 800 run Andrew Fausey, Minster.........................2:08.00 Tyler Rose, Fort Loramie........................2:08.92 Blake Steenrod, Sidney ..........................2:09.50 Jonathan Fausey, Minster ......................2:10.03 Jonathan Berning, Anna ........................2:11.53 Austin Jones, Botkins.............................2:13.00 1600 run Dominic Slonkosky, Minster ..................4:40.76 Jared Tangeman, Sidney ........................4:42.84 Andrew Fausey, Minster.........................4:44.46 Devon Jester, Houston............................4:49.97 Isaac Kuntz, New Knoxville...................4:51.90 Ben Butler, Minster ................................4:52.08 3200 run Sam Prakel, Versailles ...........................9:41.87 Eric Dahlinghaus, Minster...................10:29.46 Joe Fuller, Lehman ...............................10:37.56 Adam Larger, Anna ..............................10:39.39 Jared Tangeman, Sidney ......................10:43.23 Devon Jester, Houston..........................10:46.55 Derek Steinke, Anna ............................10:55.23 110 hurdles Trey Everett, Fairlawn..............................14.90 Jake Selanders, Sidney .............................15.90 Clay Wilker, Versailles...............................16.39 Teddy Jackson, Lehman ............................16.50 Zach Steinbrunner, Versailles ...................16.60 Mitchell Slater, Lehman............................17.37 300 hurdles Clay Wilker, Versailes................................43.47 Alan Tebbe, Minster ..................................43.60 Mitchell Slater, Lehman............................43.68 Garrett Westerbeck, New Bremen............44.00 Craig Pothast, Versailles ...........................44.46 Jake Selanders, Sidney .............................44.54 400 relay Sidney.........................................................45.37 Anna ...........................................................46.03 Minster.......................................................46.12 Fairlawn .....................................................46.39

W-L 3-0 2-0 1-0 2-0 3-0 1-1 2-0 2-1 1-0 2-1

ERA 0.38 1.08 1.39 1.50 2.19 2.33 2.55 2.80 2.80 3.13

HITTING 18-or-more at-bats AB H Avg Andreea Thobe, Lehman . . . . . 29 17 .582 Olivia Monnin, Russia . . . . . . . 25 14 .560 Emily Brown, Botkins . . . . . . . 18 10 .556 Erin Place, Botkins. . . . . . . . . . 29 16 .552 Paige Ordean, Fort Loramie. . . 18 9 .500 Karli Castle, Riverside . . . . . . . 29 14 .483 Brooke Jones, Lehman . . . . . . . 25 12 .480 Ava Schmitz, Lehman . . . . . . . 23 11 .478 Lindsay Bundy . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 14 .466 Regan Hahn, Minster . . . . . . . . 20 9 .450 Haley Steinbrunner, Anna . . . . 20 9 .450 Nikki Holthaus, Houston . . . . . 29 13 .448 Alexis Robinson, Minster . . . . . 21 8 .444 Hannah Trent, Houston . . . . . . 25 11 .440 Janell Hoying, Fort Loramie . . 23 10 .435 Jill Schneider, Botkins . . . . . . . 24 10 .417 Taylor Anderson, Riverside . . . 37 15 .405 Julia Harrelson, Lehman . . . . 25 10 .400 Sara Young, Russia . . . . . . . . . . 25 10 .400 Ellie Waldsmith, Lehman. . . . . 23 9 .391 Macy Homan, Sidney . . . . . . . . 18 7 .389 Blake Maurer, Botkins . . . . . . . 18 7 .389 Chelsea Giles, Riverside. . . . . . 34 13 .382 Sara Hosey, Minster . . . . . . . . . 21 8 .381 Taylor Nichols, Riverside . . . . . 29 11 .379 Macey Stang, Houston . . . . . . . 27 10 .370 Alyssa Stang, Houston . . . . . . . 18 7 .368 Allison Haris, Anna . . . . . . . . . 19 7 .368 Heidi Petty, Russia . . . . . . . . . . 20 7 .350 Darin Rose, Fort Loramie. . . . . 20 7 .350 Taylor Borchers, Russia . . . . . . 23 8 .348 Alexa Counts, Russia . . . . . . . . 26 9 .346 Heather Comer, Riverside . . . . 36 12 .333 Taylor Willoughby, Houston . . . 25 8 .320 Micalah Hensley, Houston . . . . 26 8 .308 Rachel Wells, Houston . . . . . . . 23 7 .304 Ashley Ordean, Fort Loramie . 20 6 .300 RUNS SCORED Emily Brown,Botkins, 16; Andrea Thobe, Lehman, 13; Heather Comer, Riverside, 13; Nikki Holthaus, Houston, 13; Jill Schneider, Botkins, 12; Lindsay Bundy, Lehman, 11; Alexa Counts, Russia, 11; Taylor Anderson, Riverside, 11; Erin Place, Botkins, 10; Marisa

Conrad, Minster, 9; Taylor Nichols, Riverside, 9; Micalah Hensley, Houston, 9; Macey Stang, Houston, 9; Kortney Phipps, Houston, 9; Julia Harrelson, Lehman, 9; Olivia Monnin, Russia, 9. DOUBLES Julia Harrelson, Lehman, 7; Heather Comer, Riverside, 7; Olivia Monnin, Russia, 6; Sara Young, Russia, 6; Jill Schneider, Botkins, 5; Andrea Thobe, Lehman, 4; Taylor Anderson, Riverside, 4; Nikki Holthaus, Houston, 4. TRIPLES Nikki Holthaus, Houston, 4; Lindsay Bundy, Lehman, 2; Brooke Jones, Lehman, 2; Ellie Waldsmith, Lehman, 2. HOME RUNS Hannah Trent, Houston, 3; Michaela Goettemoeller, Minster, 3; Josie Raterman, Sidney, 2. RUNS BATTED IN Olivia Monnin, Russia, 15; Jill Schneider, Botkins, 14; Emily Brown, Botkins, 12; Evan Dietz, Botkins, 12; Nikki Holthaus, Houston, 12; Regan Hann, Minster, 11; Alexis Robinson, Minster, 10; Brooke Jones, Lehman, 10; Jessica Dietz, Botkins, 9; Paige Ordean, Fort Loramie, 9; Macey Stang, Houston, 9; Hannah Trent, Houston, 9; Haley Steinbrunner, Anna, 9;Elizabeth Barhorst, Fort Loramie, 8; Lindsay Bundy, Lehman, 8; Sara Young, Russia, 8; Michaela Goettemoeller, Minster, 8; Karli Castle, Riverside, 8; Taylor Nichols, Riverside, 8; Chloe Egbert, Anna, 8. STOLEN BASES Erin Place, Botkins, 9; Emily Brown, Botkins, 8; Ava Schmitz, Lehman, 8; Andrea Thobe, Lehman, 7; Julia Harrelson, Lehman, 6; Erica Paulus, Lehman, 6; Brooke Jones, Lehman, 6; Jessica Dietz, Botkins, 6; Vicki Grillot, Botkins, 5; Allison Harris, Anna, 5; Macey Stang, Houston, 5; Ellie Waldsmith, Lehman, 4; Heather Comer, Riverside, 4; Marissa Conrad, Minster, 4; Sara Hosey, Minster, 4; Micalah Hensley, Houston, 4; Alexa Counts, Russia, 4; Blake Maurer, Botkins, 4.

PITCHING 20-or-more innings pitched

IP Paige Ordean, Fort Loramie . . . . . . . . . . . . . 281/3 Kayla New, Houston. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 232/3 Christine Wietholter, Riverside. . . . . . . . . . . 421/3 Lindsay Bundy, Lehman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45

H 15 -28 62

R 6 -27 37

ER 4 8 15 19

BB 10 3 14 15

K 32 12 41 24

W-L 3-1 3-1 4-2 3-4

ERA 0.98 2.37 2.48 2.95

Hogenkamp second in 26-team tourney Minster’s Ben Hogenkamp had an outstanding tournament for Wittenberg in leading the Tigers to a runnerup finish by just a single stroke in the Illinois Wesleyan Invitational. The tournament featured 26 teams and Hogenkamp finished second overall after shooting a two-day total of 150. He was tied for first place after a Day 1 score of 71. He shot a 79 the second day. Mitchell Bensman, Russia Bensman had an excellent week in baseball

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at Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C. He had a two-run single in a 12-11 win over Keuke, doubled in the second game of a doubleheader with the same team, then went 3-for-3

with four RBIs against Lancaster Bible. He had a two-run single and a two-run triple. Corey Bremigan, Russia Bremigan is playing golf at Trine University in Angola, Ind., and he got his season off to an excellent start by shooting a 71 to finish second overall in Trine’s A.C. Eddy Invitational. He was named to the alltournament team. Allison Roeth, Houston Roeth runs track at Ohio University, and last weekend in the Ohio

Team Challenge and Sunset Classic at OU, she was third in the 5,000 meters in 18:55.45. Danielle Monnier, Houston It was another great week for Monnier in womens softball at Wilmington. It started with a tough 2-0 loss to John Carroll, but she pitched all seven innings and allowed seven hits two runs, one earned run and struck out five. She then pitched 11/3 innings of hitless relief, also against Carroll, and followed that with seven innings of two-hit ball

against Otterbein. She allowed two earned runs and struck out seven. Hannah Floyd, Minster Floyd plays softball at Wright State and hit safely in three of the Lady Raiders’ five games this week. Brooke Albers, Fort Loramie Albers plays golf at Findlay and tied for fifth place with a 78-78, 156 in the NC4K College Classic at Ohio Dominican. Janel Olberding, Fort Loramie Olberding runs track at Ohio State, and last

week in the Jim Click Shootout in Tucson, Ariz., she was fourth in the 800 meters in 2:08.55. Ashley DeMange, Versailles DeMange is on the track team at the University of Dayton, and last week in the Miami Invitational, she was fourth in the pole vault, clearing 11-2.25. Tammy Berger, Versailles Berger is also on the womens track team at Ohio State, and last week in Tucson, she was fifth in the 1500 meters in 4:39.72.


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There will never be another Pete Rose

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IN THIS June 20, 1977, file photo, Cincinnati Reds’ Pete Rose slides head first into third base for a triple as Philadelphia Phillies Mike Schmidt fields the late throw during a baseball game in Philadelphia. Baseball’s all-time hits leader got his start on climbing up the list 50 years ago this week, when he made his big-league debut for the Reds in Cincinnati on April 8, 1963. Pete’s. I had a flattop haircut like Pete. In fact, in high school I became a switch-hitter and went to Pete’s uncle Buddy Bloebaum for hitting lessons. The same guy who taught Pete as a kid. As a young boy the Reds were my idols. Johnny Temple, Jerry Lynch, Bob Purkey, Ed

Bailey, Tommy Harper, Ted Kluszewski, Frank Robinson, Vada Pinson, Gene Freese, Leo Cardenas and Tommy Helms, then came Pete, Tony Perez and Johnny Bench through my college days. By the grace of God, I can think of no other reason, my dream of

Things to watch for in today’s OSU spring game COLUMBUS looked good at – Ohio State the other end coach Urban and interior lineMeyer says the Michael man Buckeyes will Bennett has had be fed some of a nice spring the foods after battling inCincinnati is fajuries most of mous for – Skylast season. line chili, • Will anyone Jim Graeter’s ice on defense risk Naveau incurring the cream and M o n t g o m e r y Civitas Media wrath of coach Inn ribs – after Urban Meyer by their spring football hitting quarterback game Saturday at Paul Braxton Miller? Brown Stadium. One of the stories That takes care of the about Meyer is that his players’ menu. But what dad made him walk can fans expect to get a home from a baseball taste of if they go to the game when he was a kid game or watch the re- after he didn’t play well. play on the Big Ten NetThe first guy who hits work (7 p.m. Saturday, Miller a little too hard midnight Saturday, 8 could find himself walka.m. Sunday)? ing back to Columbus Here are a few things from Cincinnati. to check out. • Crowd size • The defensive line. Cincinnati stands Ohio State has to re- apart from the rest of place all four starters on Ohio because it is not toits defensive front. So far tally obsessed with Ohio this spring, end Noah State football. Spence has been ultraThe spring game is a impressive, using his chance to wave the OSU quickness to beat offen- flag in Cincinnati. In sive linemen consistently. Columbus, a spring “I’m glad he’s on our game crowd of 50,000 is team, that’s all I can say,” nothing to get excited offensive line coach Ed about. In Cincinnati, it Warinner said after would be a big deal and watching Spence, Adol- a sign the Buckeyes are phus Washington has gaining ground with

fans and, more importantly, with recruits. Meyer said playing in Cincinnati was first suggested by athletic director Gene Smith. Whoever came up with the idea, it is about more than just Ohio Stadium undergoing a few updates this spring. • Curtis Grant. It’s not over until it’s over, but Grant’s window of opportunity to be the player he was expected to be when he was recruited as one of the top linebacker prospects in the country is getting pretty close to being closed if he doesn’t turn things around. Meyer says Grant has played well this spring. So, a productive spring game by the junior linebacker would be a hopeful sign. Some other young linebackers like Joshua Perry, David Perkins, Jamal Marcus and Camren Williams are worth a look, too. • Any running back not named Carlos Hyde, Jordan Hall or Rod Smith. Ohio State needs more playmakers in the backfield than just Miller and Hyde. Those two have noth-

ing to prove Saturday. And Smith and Hall will not play because of injuries. But players like running backs Bri’onte Dunn and Warren Ball, who missed his entire freshman season because of an injury, do. Especially with highly touted recruit Ezekiel Elliott arriving in August. • The unexpected star who burns brightly and is not heard from once the games are played for real in the fall. If careers were judged on spring games alone, Bam Childress might have his number retired. As it is, unless you Google it, you probably don’t even remember what his number was. Last year, freshman Michael Thomas caught 12 passes in the spring game, then caught only three all season. Nobody wants to be that guy. Thomas doesn’t want to be that guy again. • The receivers. The “clown show,” as Meyer called them on first glance got better during last fall’s 12-0 season. But they need to improve quite a bit more if the Buckeyes are going to go 12-0 again.

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FORT RECOVERY — The Jackson Center girls and the Houston boys were the team winners in a threeteam track meet at Fort Recovery Friday. Meyer T h e Lady Tigers had 54.5 points to 49.5 for Fort Recovery and 43 for Houston in a close meet. Houston’s boys had much more breathing room, scoring 98 points to 40.5 for Jackson and 21.5 for Recovery. Jackson’s Pauline Meyer was in on four firsts. She won the 100 dash in 13.8 and the 200 dash in 30.4. She also ran on the winning 400 and 800 relay teams. Joining her in both were Erin Metz, Katrina McGowan and Peyton Esser. They ran a 57.5 in the 400 and a 2:05.3 in the 800. Teammate Nicole Fogt also won two events, taking the discus at 82-feet, 11-inches and winning the 400 dash in 1:12.4. For Houston, Monique Booher won the high

jump at 4-6, Kayla Kemp the shot put at 25-8.75, Brayden Murray won the 300 hurdles in 1:03.5, and the 1600 relay team was first, with Booher, Rachel Zimmerman, Emily Cozad and Heidi Cox. In the boys meet, Houston won the 3200 relay in 9:44 with the team of Troy Riley, Azen Reier, Devon Jester and Joshua Haring-Kaye. The 800 relay also won in 1:43.4 with the team of Levi Barga, Jacob Braun, TJ Martin and Cody Meyer, and the 400 relay of Jordan Acker, Kyle Patterson, Tyler Davis and Meyer won in 51.1. The 1600 relay made it a clean sweep with the team of Nick Jones, Zach Freytag, Dalton Ketrow and Hunter Tully winning in 4:14.5. Nathan Ritchie won the 110 hurdles in 18.6, Barga won the 400 in 58.2, Jones won the discus at 119-10.75, Braun won the long jump at 1610.25, and Austin Sarver won the shot put at 31-11. Jackson Center had two firsts, from Nathan Wahrer in the 100 in 12.9, and from Zach Buckmaster in the 800 in 2:24.5.

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place. In fact, EDITOR’S it’s used more NOTE: Hall of often than the Famer Mike standard slide. Schmidt was 13 Pete didn’t just years old when slide headfirst Pete Rose made — he dove into his major league the bag with a debut on April 8, vengeance, in1963. They Mike citing the oppoeventually were and teammates on Schmidt sition igniting the the Philadelphia For The Reds. Phillies. Associated Press fans Reds —— loved him, visitI grew up in Dayton, 50 miles from ing crowds hated and Cincinnati. I followed booed him, visiting the Reds’ every move, teams were confused knew everything about and intimidated. This them, watched their went on his entire cawherever he games whenever and lis- reer, played. tened on radio. His biggest asset was Pete made the team in spring training 1963. his toughness. While reJohnny Temple and Don specting and often fratwith the Blasingame were the ernizing Reds’ previous second opposition before and basemen, as I remember. after games, he was the Pete was nicknamed modern-day version of Charlie Hustle because Ty Cobb. I marveled at his conhe ran to first base after drawing a walk, which to fidence and courage in this day is unprece- the face of pressure. He dented. I know of no is/was probably the other player who has greatest “money” player done that, before or of all time. My grandmother taisince. Pete also brought the lored my Little League headfirst slide to the baseball uniform pants game. It’s now common- to be skintight like


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Loramie nips NB 3-2 BEL-MAR LANES HONOR ROLL NEW BREMEN — Fort Loramie scored three times in the top of the third and Seth Guillozet made it stand up for a victory, 3-2 over the New Bremen Cardinals Friday in high school baseball. Guillozet went the distance and scattered seven hits, while strik-

ing out seven. Bel Mar Lanes, Sidney He also led Loramie’s Honor Roll five-hit attack with two MEN hits. High game For Bremen, Alex Bob Elsner .................300 (2) Feltz and Morgan Sinde- Curt Joyce .......................300 lar both had doubles. Jon Abbott .......................300 The linescore: Loramie ......003 000 0_3 5 0 Bremen.......001 001 0_2 7 4 WP: Guillozet; LP: Bertelson Records: Loramie 3-3, Bremen 2-7.

Bengals sign OT Pollack CINCINNATI (AP) — The Cincinnati Bengals have signed offensive guard Mike Pollak, who was an unrestricted free agent. Pollak is a sixth-year veteran out of Arizona State, and has played in 59 NFL games, with 41 starts. Pollak entered the NFL in 2008 as a second-round draft choice of the Indianapolis Colts. He signed as an unrestricted free agent with the Carolina Pan-

thers last season. Pollak played for the Panthers in Week 1 last year, but suffered a shoulder injury during practice the following week. He was inactive for the next three games before being placed on the reserve-injured list. In 2011, he played in 15 games for Indianapolis, with eight starts. In 2010, he played in every game and started 13 for the Colts, who won the AFC South that season.

Busch brothers 1-2 FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — The Busch brothers will start on the front row at Texas on Saturday night. Kyle Busch set a track qualifying record with a lap of 196.299 mph Friday night to earn his first NASCAR Sprint Cup pole at Texas. It is his second pole in his Toyota this season.

That was all that could knock Kurt Busch off the pole after his lap of 195.688 mph in his Chevrolet. The only time the brothers started on the front row together was at Las Vegas in 2009, Community Lanes Season to date Men’s high game when Kyle also had the Minster Gerald Baker ..................300 Weekly honor scores pole position and won Dave Bollenbacher .........299 Men’s high game that race. Kurt finished Jim Beck .........................279 Mike Haynes...................288 23rd that day.

Masters scores Masters Scores The Associated Press Friday At Augusta National Golf Club Augusta, Ga. Yardage: 7,435; Par: 72 Second Round (a-amateur) Jason Day........................70-68-138 Fred Couples...................68-71-139 Marc Leishman...............66-73-139 Angel Cabrera.................71-69-140 Jim Furyk .......................69-71-140 Brandt Snedeker ............70-70-140 K.J. Choi..........................70-71-141 Jason Dufner ..................72-69-141 David Lynn .....................68-73-141 Justin Rose .....................70-71-141 Adam Scott .....................69-72-141 Lee Westwood .................70-71-141 Tiger Woods ....................70-71-141 GonzaloFernandez-Castano....68-74-142 Sergio Garcia ..................66-76-142 Bernhard Langer............71-71-142 Rory McIlroy ...................72-70-142 Charl Schwartzel............71-71-142 John Senden ...................72-70-142 Luke Donald ...................71-72-143 Bill Haas .........................71-72-143 Trevor Immelman ..........68-75-143 Dustin Johnson...............67-76-143 Matt Kuchar ...................68-75-143 Ryan Moore.....................71-72-143 Steve Stricker .................73-70-143 Rickie Fowler ..................68-76-144 Scott Piercy .....................75-69-144 David Toms .....................70-74-144 Michael Thompson .........73-71-144 Ernie Els .........................71-74-145 Freddie Jacobson ............72-73-145 Zach Johnson ..................69-76-145 Sandy Lyle ......................73-72-145 Bo Van Pelt .....................71-74-145 Richard Sterne................73-72-145 Thomas Bjorn .................73-73-146 Keegan Bradley ..............73-73-146 Stewart Cink...................75-71-146 Tim Clark........................70-76-146 Brian Gay........................72-74-146 Paul Lawrie.....................76-70-146 Kevin Na .........................70-76-146 Jose Maria Olazabal.......74-72-146 Carl Pettersson ...............76-70-146 Vijay Singh .....................72-74-146 Henrik Stenson...............75-71-146 Robert Garrigus..............76-71-147 Peter Hanson ..................72-75-147 John Huh ........................70-77-147 Martin Kaymer...............72-75-147 Phil Mickelson ................71-76-147 D.A. Points ......................72-75-147 Nick Watney....................78-69-147 Lucas Glover ...................74-74-148 Branden Grace................78-70-148 Ryo Ishikawa ..................71-77-148 Thorbjorn Olesen............78-70-148 John Peterson .................71-77-148 a-Guan Tianlang.............73-75-148 Bubba Watson.................75-73-148 Failed to qualify George Coetzee ...............75-74-149 Jamie Donaldson ............74-75-149 Martin Laird ...................76-73-149 Matteo Manassero ..........75-74-149 Graeme McDowell ..........73-76-149 Larry Mize ......................73-76-149 Ted Potter Jr. ..................76-73-149 Webb Simpson ................73-76-149 Y.E. Yang .........................72-77-149 Louis Oosthuizen............74-76-150 Nicolas Colsaerts ............74-77-151 Ben Curtis.......................76-75-151 John Merrick ..................74-77-151 Mark O'Meara ................74-77-151 Ian Poulter ......................76-75-151 Mike Weir........................72-79-151 a-T.J. Vogel ......................77-75-152 a-Michael Weaver ...........78-74-152 Thaworn Wiratchant ......79-73-152 Padraig Harrington ........78-75-153 Russell Henley................72-81-153 Kevin Streelman.............76-77-153 Francesco Molinari.........74-81-155 a-Nathan Smith..............77-78-155 Tom Watson ....................79-78-157 a-Steven Fox ...................76-81-157 Craig Stadler ..................79-79-158 Hunter Mahan................76-82-158

Richard Reading .............177 Mark Deam .....................175 Willie Metz ......................170 Jim Gross ........................163 SENIOR WOMEN High game Rose Ann Chaffins ..........233 Linda Rumpff ..................226 Jan Bensman ..................211 Janice Davis ....................209 Darla Line .......................208 Sonja Watkins .................198 Mary Lou Wright ............193 Ginny Clarkson...............193 High series Rose Ann Chaffins ..........573 Linda Rumpff ..................571 Jan Bensman ..................535 Gail Fogt..........................509 Mary Lou Wright ............507 Darla Line .......................503 Lois Center......................489 Lea Muhlenkamp............488 High average Rose Ann Chaffins ..........160 Linda Rumpff ..................156 Jan Bensman ..................147 Gail Fogt..........................145 Lois Metz .........................139 Ginny Clarkson...............136 Gloria Manger.................135 Lea Muhlenkamp............135 BOYS High game Josh Abbott......................278 Kegan Latimer ................259 Tyler Joyce ......................253 Cody Joyce.......................246 Kyle Lloyd .......................245 Cameron DeMoss ............243 Connor DeMoss ...............241 Justin Kossell..................234 Sean Holthaus.................234

High series Kyle Lloyd .......................685 Josh Abbott......................659 Kegan Latimer ................659 Cameron DeMoss ............649 Cody Joyce.......................616 Tyler Joyce ......................569 Austin Simon ..................566 Sean Holthaus.................564 High average Kegan Latimer ................190 Josh Abbott......................176 Cameron DeMoss ............176 Kyle Lloyd .......................167 Austin Simon ..................165 Cody Joyce.......................163 Jacob Edwards ................159 Sean Holthaus.................153 GIRLS High game Michelle Abbott ...............257 Morgan Carey .................213 Merri Leist ......................189 Jenna Beatty ...................182 Heather Gold...................171 Erin Fultz........................169 Alex Lambert ..................159 Autumn Emrick ..............156 High series Michelle Abbott ...............617 Morgan Carey .................539 Merri Leist ......................510 Heather Gold...................484 Jenna Beatty ...................479 Autumn Emrick ..............416 Erin Fultz........................411 Alex Lambert ..................386 High average Michelle Abbott ...............177 Morgan Carey .................137 Merri Leist ......................136 Jenna Beatty ...................134 Heather Gold...................128 Autumn Emrick ..............121 Alex Lambert ..................109 Erin Fultz........................104

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Mike Hayden...................298 Chad Morris ....................289 Clint Limbert ..................289 Nathan McBride .............288 Brad Teague ....................285 High series Bob Elsner ...............811, 816 Mike Knoop .....................792 Joe Green.........................787 Joel McDermit.................783 Matt Abbott .....................771 Dustin Johnson ...............769 Rick Ankrom ...................760 Joey Hughes ....................760 High average Joe Green.........................228 Bob Elsner.......................227 Dan Swiger......................220 Joel McDermit.................216 Chad Morris ....................215 Matt Abbott .....................211 Dustin Johnson ...............212 Marc Kirtley....................208 Curt Joyce .......................208 Keith Frick ......................208 WOMEN High game Cassie Latimer................278 Angie Mentges ................261 Haley VanHorn ...............253 Rose Ann Chaffins ..........253 Angie Neth ......................248 Patti Latimer ..................247 Donna Collett ..................247 Teresa McGrath ..............246 Brenda Schulze ...............246

High series Cassie Latimer................672 Teresa McGrath ..............663 Angie Mentges ................636 Jackie Maurer .................627 Haley VanHorn ...............622 Patti Latimer ..................619 Donna Collett ..................609 Joy Cipolloni....................608 Heather Dresback...........608 High average Angie Mentges ................190 Jackie Maurer .................181 Teresa McGrath ..............180 Cassie Latimer................179 Donna Collett ..................174 Haley VanHorn ...............171 Brenda Schulze ...............171 Patti Latimer ..................166 SENIOR MEN High game Dick Bodenmiller ............268 Bill Elson.........................258 Ralph Abbott ...................257 Willie Metz ......................256 Dick Tennery ...................256 Tom Hill...........................256 Marty Stapleton..............254 Jim Muhlenkamp............249 High series Dick Tennery ...................684 Mark Deam .....................681 Bill Elson.........................676 Roger Rumpff ..................653 Ralph Abbott ...................650 Richard Reading .............637 Tom Hill...........................628 Dick Bodenmiller ............623 High average Bill Elson.........................186 Tom Hill...........................179 Ralph Abbott ...................178 Dick Tennery ...................177

Ian Woosnam ..................80-78-158 a-Alan Dunbar ................83-77-160 Ben Crenshaw ................80-84-164 Hiroyuki Fujita...............79-85-164

AUTO RACING NASCAR qualifying NASCAR-Sprint Cup NRA 500 Lineup The Associated Press After Friday qualifying; race Saturday At Texas Motor Speedway Fort Worth, Texas Lap length: 1.5 miles (Car number in parentheses) 1. (18) Kyle Busch, Toyota, 196.299 mph. 2. (78) Kurt Busch, Chevrolet, 195.688. 3. (43) Aric Almirola, Ford, 195.009. 4. (9) Marcos Ambrose, Ford, 194.946. 5. (56) Martin Truex Jr., Toyota, 194.77. 6. (88) Dale Earnhardt Jr., Chevrolet, 194.532. 7. (48) Jimmie Johnson, Chevrolet, 194.503. 8. (24) Jeff Gordon, Chevrolet, 194.168. 9. (99) Carl Edwards, Ford, 194.147. 10. (42) Juan Pablo Montoya, Chevrolet, 194.007. 11. (1) Jamie McMurray, Chevrolet, 193.819. 12. (51) Austin Dillon, Chevrolet, 193.764. 13. (14) Tony Stewart, Chevrolet, 193.632. 14. (5) Kasey Kahne, Chevrolet, 193.451. 15. (11) Brian Vickers, Toyota, 193.444. 16. (2) Brad Keselowski, Ford, 193.431. 17. (17) Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Ford, 193.195. 18. (22) Joey Logano, Ford, 192.885. 19. (27) Paul Menard, Chevrolet, 192.781. 20. (20) Matt Kenseth, Toyota, 192.761. 21. (31) Jeff Burton, Chevrolet, 192.761. 22. (21) Trevor Bayne, Ford, 192.754. 23. (55) Mark Martin, Toyota, 192.644. 24. (13) Casey Mears, Ford, 192.596. 25. (34) David Ragan, Ford, 192.555. 26. (15) Clint Bowyer, Toyota, 192.267. 27. (38) David Gilliland, Ford, 192.102. 28. (7) Dave Blaney, Chevrolet, 191.891. 29. (29) Kevin Harvick, Chevrolet, 191.734. 30. (47) Bobby Labonte, Toyota, 191.571. 31. (39) Ryan Newman, Chevrolet, 191.557. 32. (93) Travis Kvapil, Toyota, 191.279. 33. (30) David Stremme, Toyota, 191.144. 34. (19) Mike Bliss, Toyota, 190.927. 35. (16) Greg Biffle, Ford, 190.921. 36. (36) J.J. Yeley, Chevrolet, 190.705. 37. (98) Michael McDowell, Ford, Owner Points. 38. (83) David Reutimann, Toyota, Owner Points. 39. (33) Landon Cassill, Chevrolet, Owner Points. 40. (35) Josh Wise, Ford, Owner Points. 41. (87) Joe Nemechek, Toyota, Owner Points. 42. (10) Danica Patrick, Chevrolet, Owner Points. 43. (32) Timmy Hill, Ford, Owner Points.

Nick Sherman.................258 Johnny Inskeep ..............256 Dan Swiger .....................256 Brett Griesdorn ..............254 Scott Haynes...................247 Jon Holland.....................246 Men’s high series Jim Beck .........................718 Johnny Inskeep ..............672 Scott Haynes...................671 Tim Baumer....................662 Jut Schmitmeyer ............650 Garry Brandewie ............644 Nick Sherman.................642

Jeff Sommer....................280 Johnny Inskeep.......287, 280 Chad Berning .................280 Bob Reisinger..................279 Travis Frock....................279 Men’s high series Scott Haynes...................797 Jerry Keller.....................750 Mark Kemper .................738 Bill Elson ........................735 Dan Swiger .............729, 719 George Holland...............720 Tim Buschur ...................720 Men’s high average Josh Ludwig....................215

No racing tonight at Eldora ROSSBURG – The heavy rains and severe thunderstorms that saturated the Eldora Speedway grounds and caused localized flooding in neighboring areas have forced a cancellation of tonight’s planned 60th Season Opener at Eldora Speedway. With the cancellation, Eldora will now kick off the season on Saturday, April 20 with the United States Auto Club (USAC) National Sprint Cars in a tripleheader program that will also feature the UMP DIRTcar Modifieds and Eldora Stock Cars. Complete event and advance ticket purchase information for that Saturday’s opening event, along with the other exciting race events on the 2013 Eldora calendar, is available on the track’s website www.EldoraSpeedway.com. Race fans and race teams can get behind-the-scenes access by following @EldoraSpeedway on Twitter, hitting ‘Like’ at Facebook.com/EldoraSpeedway and view video highlights at Yo u T u b e . c o m / E l d o raSpeedwayInc. The new Eldora Speedway app for the iPhone, iPad and Android is now available for download via iTunes and Google Play. Complete access is just a

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EQUIPMENT/ CRANE OPERATOR Freshway Foods of Sidney, Ohio, is experiencing rapid growth and is accepting applications for full time opportunities.

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Freshway Foods 601 North Stolle Ave Sidney, Ohio

Due to an increased service area we have new opportunities for employment Now hiring for:

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We would like to express our gratitude to everyone for the cards & congratulations for our 60th Wedding Anniversary.

Seeking team members who want to build a career with our growing company. The ideal candidate should be highly motivated, excel in team environments and, have 3-5 years of manufacturing experience. The plant operates on a 12-hour shift basis with current openings on the 7pm to 7am shift. We offer a highly competitive wage and full benefits.

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Champaign Residential Services has part-time openings available in Miami, Shelby, Darke, and Preble Counties Various hours are available, including 2nd shift , weekends and overnights Paid training is provided Requirements: a high school diploma or equivalent, a valid drivers license, have less than 6 points on driving record, proof of insurance and an acceptable criminal background check

TUESDAY, APRIL 16, 2013 From 12P – 6P AT SHELBY COUNTY JFS 227 S. Ohio Ave.. Sidney, OH ~~~~~ From 9A – 4P AT DARKE COUNTY JFS 603 Wagner Ave., Greenville, OH ~~~~~ From 10A – 5:30P AT THE JOB CENTER NETWORK MIAMI COUNTY 2040 North County Road 25A, Troy, OH ~~~~~

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FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 2013 From 10:30A – 2:30P AT PREBLE COUNTY Job Center 1500 Park Ave., Eaton, OH ~~~~~ Accepting applications Monday –Friday from 8A – 4:30P Applications are available online at www.crsi-oh.com EOE

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2nd shift Machine Operator, Immediate opening for a 2nd shift machine operator. Monday thru Thursday 1:30pm to midnight.

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Hartzell Propeller Inc. In Piqua, OH

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GROUNDSMAN/ LANDSCAPER, Local Tree company has openings for groundsman/ Landscaper, must have experience operate skid loader, chainsaws, etc, call (937)492-8486

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QUALITY INSPECTORS!!! 1st and 2nd shifts, $10.00/ hr Must have a valid drivers license. Background check and drug screen required. Benefits available, pay raises 2x a year, and bonuses. Contact Amy Davy by phone at: (937)707-8152

OPEN INTERVIEWS!! Scioto Services will be holding open interviews: WEDNESDAY APRIL 17 NOON-2PM Shelby County Dept of Job and Family Services 220 South Ohio Ave Sidney, OH 45365 Immediate openings include: GENERAL CLEANERS ALL SHIFTS FULL & PART TIME Seeking driven individuals to join our growing team! Drug screen and background required. EOE

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KTH Parts Industries, Inc., a quality oriented manufacturer of stamped and welded auto parts, located in St. Paris, Ohio, has an immediate opening for an individual in our Equipment Support Group (ESG). KTH is a state-of-the-art robotic facility. The successful candidate will have the following:

CRSI has immediate openings for a Program Specialist in Miami/Shelby County. Responsibilities include supervision, service coordination and operation of designated programming and services for individuals with Developmental Disabilities.

• Associate’s Degree in Electrical/Electronics or equivalent; • A working knowledge of PLC’s, robotics, and HMI controls; • Strong mechanical ability and knowledge of pneumatics, hydraulics, and automated systems; • Good working knowledge of computers and applications; • Strong analytical and troubleshooting abilities; • Good mechanical abilities; • Good written and verbal communication skills; and • Experience in the related field

Must have experience with community agencies providing services appropriate for individuals with DD and ensure that all standards and regulations are met. Position requires a minimum of 4 years experience with an Associate’s Degree in Special Ed, Social Work, Psychology, Rehabilitation, Human Development, Nursing, Developmental Disabilities or other related field.

TO APPLY Stop in our office or send Or E-mail: application or resume c/o: dtaylor@crsi-oh.com Diane Taylor Applications available 405 Public Square online: Suite 373 www.crsi-oh.com Troy, Ohio 45373

Opportunities include, but are not limited to locations in Sidney, Anna and East Liberty, All shifts may be considered, primary need is 2nd shift! 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. Also seeking enced:

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Payroll & Benefit Specialist: Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources or a related field or equivalent experience, Prior work experience in Payroll / Benefits Experienced Supervisors and Managers seeking the best place to work? Please forward us your resume! Non-production resumes welcome for any position. All applications for all locations accepted: Monday-Friday 8:00 am-4:00pm 777 South Kuther Rd Sidney Ohio E-Mail: career1@nkparts.com Fax Resume: (937)492-8995

SERVICE DEPARTMENT RV Wholesalers is hiring for full time service workers in the Service Department. Job duties include detailed inspection of trailers and walk through explanation of the trailers to customers.

STNAs ~ FT 3rd shift Admissions Coordinator ~ FT We are looking for experienced people. Come in and fill out an application and speak with Beth Bayman, Staff Development.

937.440.7663 Phone 937.335.0095 Fax Located on the Upper Valley Medical Center Campus

KTH Parts Industries, Inc. P.O. Box 940 St. Paris, OH 43072 Attn: Industrial Equipment Technician Recruiter or Email: kth.hr@kth.net KTH is an Equal Opportunity Employer

IT Support Staff: Bachelor’s degree required, with a technical major, such as computer science or equivalent combination of education/experience

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FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER We are accepting resumes for the following position in our Kenton and Sidney offices: Part-time position (12-16 hours weekly) for the Psychiatric Telemedicine Program. Must be licensed as a registered nurse by the State of Ohio; one (1) year pediatric and/or psychiatric nursing experience preferred. Duties include conducting health examinations; scheduling client appointments; serving as a liaison between psychiatrist(s) and clients or staff; reviewing new client health assessment forms; providing medication education to clients; recommending further physical health assessments to the clinical staff; maintaining medical records. No weekend hours. Requires some early evening hours to meet client needs. Send cover letter and resume to: d ov e e @ f rc o h i o . c o m OR: Ellen Dove HR/PQI Manager Family Resource Center 530 S. Main Street Lima, OH 45804

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Our dynamic, patient loving, team oriented practice has an opening for a registered dental hygienist. Our office is the dental home for many wonderful patients who understand hygiene is part of their overall health. We take a compassionate, non-lecture approach to patient care.

provides Supported Living services to individuals with MRDD. We are accepting applications for employees to perform in home care in Shelby County (FT and PT 2nd shift.) You will assist with daily living skills, transportation, money management, medication supervision. Working in a fun atmosphere.

We are seeking candidates who will fit into our culture of growing professionally, while enjoying our patients and team members. Job requires an experienced hygienist with an infectious smile and fun loving, energetic personality, with an overall emphasis on optimal health. Must be thorough, compassionate, and demonstrate ability to present and have treatment accepted.

We provide a consistent schedule, great pay/ benefits plus paid training. Our employees must have a HS diploma/ GED, be highly selfmotivated and have superb ethics. If interested in an employer that genuinely cares for its employees, please call Jennifer at: (937)492-0886 ext 103

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the technical skills to: design, evaluate, troubleshoot, repair and install food production equipment. Electrical 480v to 24v control circuits, Mechanical, Plumbing, Hydraulics, Pneumatics and Computer Controls (PLC experience a plus) are skills needed to perform this function. This team member performs the maintenance of a food manufacturing facility including: preventive maintenance, troubleshooting, repairs, installation of machinery relating to food processing equipment, physical structures, mechanical and electrical systems. In addition, they must possess an awareness and understanding of how to work safely on mechanical and electrical equipment in a production environment. The team member must also be willing to work all shifts, weekends, and be on-call. Send Cover Letter and resume to:

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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: mgoubeaux@ceioh.com

LIQUOR LICENSED Restaurant FOR LEASE. $4 500 monthly. Also has Outdoor Patio. Visible storefront location at WalMart and Home Depot regional shopping center. 1220 East Ash Street, Piqua, OH 45356. awiens@tolsonent.com, (419)843-6265.

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3277 W. Mason 4 bedrooms, 2 full baths, on a full basement. You need to see the inside of this home, with many quality updates. $114,000. Call or Text Lee Jones 937-726-7177

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635 Ardiss

Character...lots & lots of character. A Wonderful floor plan will greet the next owner of this lovely 3 bedroom, 2 full bath home boasting of cathedral ceilings, a great location and a beautiful woodburning fireplace. The character & charm set this home apart from the rest...Don't hesitate! Call Tim Gleason 937-492-8055.

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Open House Sunday, 4/14 • 1-2:30

10244 Pasco Montra 2528 sq ft home sitting on a 2 ACRE private lot surrounded by mature trees, a quiet creek and YOUR CHOICE of Sidney, Jackson Center or Fairlawn Schools!! Huge yard. New partial concrete driveway w/ drain. New floors, GRANITE counter, BEAUTIFULLY renovated bathrooms. Vaulted Ceilings. Currently a three bedroom 1 & 1/2 bath with a FAMILY & extra LIVING room, split floor-plan, which could easily be a master or in-law suite. Very low utility bills. Plenty of storage. Contains a fireplace and wood burning stove. Call Charity Emerich 937-441-2115.

Open House Sunday, 4/14 • 1-2:30 110 Overland, Sidney

204 Shannon Dr., Anna Come take a walk through this Beautiful, Updated, Well Maintained 3 Bedroom, 1 Bath Home. Inside features include a Huge open Family Room, Updated Kitchen and Bath, 6 Ceiling Fans, Central Air Conditioning, Bay Window, Whirlpool Garden Tub, and a Large 26' x 11' Garage. As you walk out the French Doors onto a Nice Lattice Covered Deck you will also notice a Large Open Lot with a Fenced in area, a Newer 2 Car Concrete Driveway and a New Roof to top off this Home. $107,900. Call Michael McKnight 726-4473.

WANT A HOME THAT IS READY TO OCCUPY, WITH NO UPDATES NECESSARY? You will love this super nice, and extensively renovated 3 bedroom home. Located in an established neighborhood, and offering you that "one of a kind" charm that is hard to find. NEW PRICE OF $129,900. Call Susan Davis 726-2857.

Feels brand new! This 3 bedroom, 2 car garage home is a WOW...A fresh and updated interior with lots of improvements...Move in ready with an immaculate kitchen...Hurry, this home should move quickly. Call Tim Gleason 937-492-8055.

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1050 Riverbend, Sidney

NICE HOME ON ONE OF THE LARGEST LOTS IN 3 NEIGHBORHOOD! bedroom, 1.5 bath, home with living room, family room, eat-in kitchen, and 2 car garage. Could easily use family room as 4th bedroom. Nice updates throughout... including newer roof, water heater, laminate flooring, and more! $99,900. Call Susan Davis 726-2857.

Jessica Vaglienti 937-638-7025

Angela Elsass 937-726-4130

662 N. Ohio

Big and beautiful this one is amazing 3 bedrooms 2 full baths, living room, family room and library first floor laundry room ~all new floor coverings throughout freshly painted interior, replacement windows, lots of updates, fenced yard and rockin chair ready wrap around porch $79,900. Call Sandi Shipman 658-3825.

Kristi Marcum 937-726-5113 Marcumkristi@gmail.com

Connie McClain 937-638-2306

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Stunning 4 bedroom home with a wonderful location... This home is a WOW!!! This lovely stone & cedar home boasts of a spacious & open floor plan, gourmet kitchen with incredible island, first floor master suite, spacious bedrooms and a finished walk-out basement. Call Tim Gleason 937-492-8055.

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11150 St. Rt. 29 Spacious country living on 1.65 acres...Come inside and take a look at this 4/5 bedroom home with almost 2,ooo sq. ft. of living space...Anna school district...Fenced rear yard...Nice Decking...2 car garage Call Tim Gleason 937492-8055.

601 Chestnut

13179 Luthman

NOT A DRIVE BY!! I promise you will love the modern look inside and all the high ticket improvements that have been done. Windows, furnace, beautiful walnut kitchen, cermic tile floor, oak bath, carpet, amazing inground 14x28 pool, and much more ! Also a 2 car garage and a very large cement parking pad for all your extras and company. You really must see inside to appricate. Asking only $98,500. Call Judy Runkle 658-4492.

BE AT THE LAKE!! CUTE, COZY, CLEAN cottage style house. Lake Loramie. Clean, fresh painted, new carpet new bath and kitchen. Lots of double pane windows for natural light and insulation. This has been a year around home for current owner but could be your weekend getaway place. $59,500. Call Judy Runkle 658-4492.

808 N.Main Step into this charming and full of character spacious 2 story home with 3 bedrooms 1.5 baths on a nice size lot. Kitchen features a pantry with lots of storage and a breakfast area. New roof in 2010. Move in ready! $95,000. Call Deb Goins 726-5018

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1516 Bon Air

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1553 Westwood

Location, location, location...Come in to this beautifully remodeled home and try to catch your breath...This lovely home boasts of an incredible kitchen with cherry cabinets & granite counter tops, spacious living rm. w/gas fireplace,formal dining rm., 3 large bedrooms, 2.5 baths, relaxing rear patio, 2 car garage and a basement. You gotta see this one!!! Call Tim Gleason 937-492-8055.

Newer custom built home offers open floor plan. Vaulted ceilings, skylights, huge owner suite on first floor with large master bath, whirlpool tub, and walk-in closet. Open kitchen with loads of cupboards & countertop space plus eat-in nook. Formal dining, Living rooms, great room with fireplace. Basement with plumbing in place for another full bath. Beautiful landscaping. $229,000 $219,000 Call Judy Runkle 658-4492.

310 5th Ave. Great Potential in this one for only $29,900 ~ 2 bedrooms living room ~ Newer roof, windows and siding awesome 2 car attached garage plus off street Parking and a paved driveway. Call Sandi Shipman 658-3825.

14242 Charmhill Summer is almost here! Great family entertaining home with in-ground pool. Motivated Seller! Call Sandi Shipman 658-3825.

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1113 Constitution Come see this 3 bedroom ranch home, fenced back yard with an outbuilding. One car garage has been converted to a family room, but could be changed back if desired. A nice home, waiting for you to make it your own. $93,500 Call or Text Lee Jones 937-726-7177

448 Lunar, Sidney

WONDERFUL NORTH END RANCH ON A SPACIOUS, CORNER LOT! 3 bedroom, 2 full, updated baths. Inviting family room with fireplace. Freshly painted throughout. Windows are double hung and tilt-in. Great home and great location! Call Susan Davis 726-2857.

Anna Schools Great Farm house with recent addition and Many Many improvements. Updated Newer roof, vinyl siding, Anderson Windows, first floor bedroom and Master Bath~ a 52x30 outbuilding with 3 overhead bays. Alterenative heat sources. Call Sandi Shipman 658-3825.

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THIS HOME COMBINES THE CHARM OF 1951 WITH AN AWESOME "NEW" ADDITION COMPLETED IN 2006. 4 beds, 2 baths, an inviting open design in the living room, dining room & kitchen... creating the perfect gathering space for an active family. The 4th bed is currently being used as an office. A potential 5th bed was converted to a 9x9 first floor laundry room, which was moved up from the basement by the current owners. An attached 3 CAR garage is just "icing on the cake!" Fenced yard and conveniently located near schools. Low price of $109,900. Call Charity Emerich 937-441-2115.

1023 Lynn Walking distance to Sidney city school Campus 4 bedrooms Family Room and Living Room 2 car garage immediate possession. $129,900. Call Sandi Shipman 658-3825.

206 Onyx Great family home in Anna. Three bedrooms 1.5 baths finished basement, Large kitchen Family room living room and a dining room all on a nice Cul-de-Sac. Call Tim McMahon 658-3625.

400 Broad, Pt. Jefferson Large family home features three bedrooms, 2 full baths, 2 car garage and a finished walkout basement. Over 2000 sq ft of living space, this home sits on a large lot with mature trees. Great country feel with convenience to city. Call Tim McMahon 658-3625.


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OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 2-4 BERNINA AURARA 340, new sewing machine with embroidery attachment. Antique 3 piece full/double bedroom suite, (937)492-2396 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.

KUTHER RD. 37.568 acres of land featuring a 6.4 acre pond. Property was a former YMCA camp, includes dining hall, activity hall & 2 cabins. Ideal location for private residence, corporate retreat or a group camp. Asking $325,000. Directions: Fair Rd. west to Kuther Rd. south, turn left onto Clear Creek Farm lane & follow signs to camp property in back.

339-2300 OPEN HOUSE Saturday 4/13 • 1-2:30 1560 Beck Dr., Sidney

TRACTOR, Massey Harris Pony collector tractor with hydraulic blade, excellent condition. (937)489-1725

One of a kind, beautiful and very well maintained 4 bedroom home, located on a gorgeous lot with excellent curb appeal...Full finished Basement, formal dinning, heated sun room and more! Call today...priced to sell at only $248,000!

OPEN HOUSE Sunday 4/14 • 1-2:30 421 Monterey Charming 3 bedroom home. Nice yard. Big rooms with plenty of space (approx. 2500 sq. ft). Call for your showing today!

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DRESSER, chest of drawers, drill press, band saw, table jigsaw, rolltop desk, (937)726-6587

PAPILLON PUPS, 3 Females, Black & White, beautifully marked, born 1-12-13, vet checked, health papers, first shots, $325, (937)726-5002

DRYER, Kenmore Elite, $75 Amana large capacity washer, $75. Kenmore smooth top electric stove, $75. Beautiful Brunswick 4'x8' slate pool table, stained glass billiard light and all accessories, (new $3300), will sell for $1500. (937)418-2650 or (937)778-9389 for info.

RIDING MOWER, 2010 John Deere LA-105, 42" cut, 5 speed, seven hours mowing time, New: $1495, showroom condition, $995, (937)726-3509, (937)492-0041.

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PLAYER PIANO with bench and sheet music, 41" high, excellent condition, approximately 200 rolls, $1200, (937)368-2290.

CAT, Male, 2 years old, litter trained, very loving, Owner moved unable to keep, Free to good indoor home, (937)726-4637

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Garage Sale DIRECTORY

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.

To advertise in the Garage Sale Directory Please call: 877-844-8385

ANNA, 12320 County Road 25A, April 13th & 14th 9am-5pm. Pool Table, RV generator, small microwave, Wagner Ware, Barbie Powerwheel Jeep, baby items, girls clothing newborn to girls size 18, other miscellaneous items. ANNA, 306 East Main, Saturday only, April 13, 8am-5pm. Also, April 26 & 27, 8am-5pm. Estate Sale! Miscellaneous household, antiques, pie safe. MINSTER, 40 South Jefferson Street, April 12 & 13, 8am-5pm. Office Garage Sale: desks, office chairs, drafting stools, various anti fatigue mats, tables, desk/ letter trays, electric heaters, coat racks, cabinets, file cabinets, various corkboards, clocks, presentation board, metal & plastic trash cans. NEW BREMEN, 21 North Main Street. April 12th, 13th, 18th, 19th 20th, 8am-5pm, Antiques, collectibles, ammo (7.62x53), arrowheads, Nazi coins, paper money, coins, wood lures, comics, marbles, milk, pop bottles, Depression glass, radios, Wapak Iron & butter churn, Cincinnati Reds items, bikes, dressers, rockers, cabinets, lots more!

SIDNEY, 1251 Erie Court (Exit 90 Fair Road. Right on Westlake, right on Erie Court). Thursday 7am-7pm. Friday 7am-3pm. Saturday 7amnoon. 3 piece outside wicker patio set, 102 dalmations collectible, kitchen appliances, luggage, purses, clothing, Christmas items (tree, deer, Mickey), car cover, flower pots, etc

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SIDNEY 444 Apollo. Friday, 9am-5pm & Saturday, 9am-12pm. Moving Sale! China cupboard/ hutch, kitchen tools, pictures, clocks, luggage, garden tools, hoes, rakes, hose, shovels, wheelbarrows, dog crate, miscellaneous items.

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SIDNEY, 1671 Cumberland Avenue, Saturday, 9am-5pm. Miscellaneous baby boy's clothes up to 18M - name brand in good condition, nice men's winter coats, miscellaneous household goods. SIDNEY, 1703 Letitia Drive, Saturday Only, 8am-noon, Moving Sale!, Indoor and outdoor furniture, golf cart, miscellaneous household items, toys, Lots of miscellaneous!

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TROY, 105 Jean Circle, (St Rt 41 west past Meijer, left on Fox Harbor, left on New Castle, left on Jean Circle), Saturday, 9am-3pm. Name brand clothes, girl's, men's, ladies to 1X, lots still with tags on! Name brand shoes, household items, PS3 Rock Band, drums and guitar, CDs, toys, Power Wheel Jeep, bike, collectible dolls, something for everyone!

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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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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

Celebrate Your Special Graduate in our Graduation Keepsake Edition on May 23, 2013

2003 TRAIL-LITE 22' travel trailer, 3 burner stove with oven, refrigerator with freezer, AC/furnace, sleeps 6, excellent condition! $8250, (937)676-2590.

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Please submit information along with a payment of $21.75 to: Sidney Daily News Attn: Grad Ads 1451 North Vandemark Road Sidney, OH 45365

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until May 1, 2013, 2:00 pm local time and thereupon publicly opened and read by the Owner's representative for all labor and materials necessary for the Nursing Program Renovation Project. Pursuant to Section 153.54 et. seq. of the Ohio Revised Code, the Bidder shall submit a BID GUARANTY in the form of either: a. A bond for the full amount of the bid; or b. A certified check, cashier's check, or letter of credit pursuant to Chapter 1305, Ohio Revised Code, in the amount of TEN PERCENT (10%) of the bid.

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The successful bidder must replace the bid guaranty with a one-hundred percent (100%) Performance Bond upon award of the bid. Each Bidder must insure that all employees and applicants for employment are not discriminated against because of race, color, religion, sex, handicap or national origin. In accordance with the current Ohio School Law, this project is exempt from the provisions of Ohio’s prevailing wage law. The improvements are to be performed in accordance with the plans and specifications and are available upon receipt electronically at no charge. Just email Mark Wiseman at mwiseman@levin-porter.com to request a set of documents. Please indicate which project you are interested in. Documents will be available electronically (.pdf) only. Instructions to Bidders, Form of Proposal, Contract Agreement, Drawings, Specifications, Contract Bond and other contract documents may be examined at the following offices:

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1975 CHEVY CAPRICE CLASSIC

Graduate’s Name: ____________________________________

Convertible, A1 condition! 350 V8 engine, 125k miles, $12,000 OBO.

1. Office of the Architect - Levin Porter Associates Inc., 24 North Jefferson Street, Dayton, Ohio 45402 2. Plan Room of McGraw Hill Dodge in Dayton, Ohio. 3. Dayton Builder's Exchange of Dayton, Ohio.

Graduate’s High School: ______________________________ Greeting: __________________________________________

A pre-bid meeting will be held at Upper Valley Career Center, 8705 Looney Road, Piqua, Ohio 45356 (at the project site – northwest corner of site from main building) on April 23, 2013 at 1:00 pm for the Nursing Program Renovation Project.

From (to be listed in ad): ______________________________

Call (419)628-4183

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and marked “Proposal for Work for Upper Valley Career Center - Nursing Program Renovation Project”. No bidder may withdraw his bid within 60 days of the actual date of the bid opening thereof. The Owner reserves the right to waive informalities and reject any or all bids or to accept the bid which embraces such combination of alternate proposals as may be in the best interest of the Owner. Apr. 13, 20

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