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Young athlete won’t let disability keep him down • Eleven-year-old Lincoln Gessler, of Anna, is not one to let anything stand in the way of what he wants. 1B

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Drinkwine on the job Commissioners welcome new EMA director BY TOM MILLHOUSE greeted by commisWashington state were tmillhouse@civitasmedia.com sioners Tony Bornreceived for the posihorst, Robert tion, which became vaCheri Drinkwine started Guillozet and Julie cant when former her first busy day as new Ehemann after being director Marc Burdiss Shelby County Emergency introduced by Shelby left the job on April 1 Management Agency with a County EMA Executo take a similar posiwelcome from Shelby County tive Board members tion in Flagstaff, Ariz. Commissioners after being se- Bruce Metz, Jackson Bender has been filllected from a field of 19 appli- Center village admining in as interim direccants. istrator, and Lt. Tim Drinkwine tor following Burdiss’ Drinkwine, 57, former ad- Bender of the Shelby departure. ministrative assistant with County Sheriff’s Office. Drinkwine’s salary has the Auglaize County Office of Ehemann, who also serves been set at $35,000. Homeland Security and of the EMA board, said appliMetz said with Drinkwine’s Emergency Management, was cations from as far away as background and “her previous

Toy store opens today • Big Kid Toy/Mania, 101 N. Ohio Ave., celebraes its grand opening today. 6A

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TODAY’S THOUGHT “He who is swift to believe is swift to forget.” — Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel, Polish-born scholar (1907-1972) For more on today in history, turn to Page 5A.

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experience with the EMA, we area glad to have her in the position.” “I’m very excited about starting a new job,” Drinkwine said, noting she looks forward to serving the residents of Shelby County. Drinkwine said she has no immediate plans for changes in the local EMA operation. She said she plans to learn more about the way the agency functions and “then I’ll look into whether changes are needed.” See DRINKWINE/Page 14A

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Obituaries and/or death notices for the following people appear on Page 3A today: • Patrick Michael Pudlewski • Matthew Spradley • Christopher Clinton Jones • Pauline R. Schmiesing • Matthew Craig Hailey • Thomas D. Kramer • Betty L. Brubaker

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Taylor Ratermann (left) 11, and Kennedi Gephart, 11, both of Fort Loramie, enjoy an ice cream cone and slushie at the Dairy King and Hotel in Fort Loramie Tuesday. Business was good at the stand most likely helped by warm weather and a sunny sky. Taylor is the daughter of Matt and Jane Ratermann. Kennedi is the daughter of Kelly and Jeff Gephart.

Sheriff promotes Schaffner Shelby County Shertion. Lenhart said the iff ’s Deputy Steven process consisted of a Schaffner Jr., 41, has review of their personbeen promoted to panel records, oral intertrol sergeant effective views and a May 13, according to presentation of prior Sheriff John Lenhart. cases. A promotion board, Each applicant was which included three Schaffner graded by their peers sergeants and the paon their answers to trol lieutenant, interviewed the oral interview questions, four deputies for the promo- knowledge of the job and their

prior job performance. Schaffner is a 21-year employee of the sheriff ’s office. He worked in dispatch for 15 years and has been a patrol deputy for the past six years. Schaffner has resided in Shelby County his entire life and graduated from Houston High School in 1990. Schaffner will be the patrol sergeant for the 3 to 11 shift.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Friday for a L e h m a n Catholic High School student who was killed in a car-pickup truck accident Sunday morning on Michigan Avenue. The Mass will be cele- Pudlewski brated at at 10:30 a.m. Friday for Lehman junior Patrick Pudlewski, 17, of Anna, who was killed in a crash shortly after 10 a.m. Sunday on Michigan Street at the Walmart drive. The Mass will be held at Lehman Catholic High School at the Schlater Family Gymnasium. For the complete obituary, see Page 3A. His father, Jerome Pudlewski, was taken to Miami Valley Hospital where he was listed in critical condition Tuesday night, hospital officials reported. The driver of a pickup truck involved in the crash, Alan Fahnestock, of Sidney, also was taken to Miami Valley. He was not listed as a paSee TEENAGER/Page 14A

Animal shelter worker charged A part-time worker of the Shelby County Animal Shelter has been fired and charged with theft in connection with the theft of $230 in shelter funds. T h o m a s Ganger, 40, 528 Jefferson Ganger St., was issued a summons on a charge of

theft, a first-degree misdemeanor. He is scheduled to appear in Sidney Municipal Court on Monday. According to a news release, on April 15, the Shelby County Sheriff ’s Office was notified by the Shelby County Auditor’s Office that a daily deposit was missing for April 11 from the Shelby County Animal Shelter. Upon checking it was found that there was an undetermined amount of money missing from the

spay/neuter fund and from that day’s daily deposit. An internal investigation was ordered and it was found that there was a total of $230 missing. All employees at the animal shelter were interviewed and during the investigation it was found that a part-time employee allegedly took $66 from the spay/neuter fund and $164 from the daily deposit on April 11. The investigation revealed that Ganger, a part-time em-

ployee of the animal shelter was working on April 11 and had removed the money from the safe. Ganger at one time was incarcerated in the Shelby County jail on an OVI charge, during this time he was on the work program at the animal shelter. Ganger upon being released from jail volunteered at the animal shelter and due to his work ethics and desire to work hard, See WORKER/Page 14A

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TUESDAY -1:25 a.m.: theft. David H. Topp, 409 New St., reported someone stole a flashlight, knife and sunglasses from his car. Loss was set at $475. Officers also served Topp, 47, and Jodi Topp, 46, with summons for failure to pay city income taxes. MONDAY -8:40 p.m.: bite victim. A juvenile suffered a severe arm laceration when bitten by a dog in the 500 block of Campbell Road. -8:24 p.m.: juvenile arrested. A 16-year-old boy was arrested for criminal damaging after he allegedly broke off the chain guard on a bicycle. -5:10 p.m.: warrant. Jeremy Shoe, no age given, 729 Arrowhead Drive, Apt. G, was arrested on a warrant. -4:03 p.m.: order broken. David A. Knasel Jr., 31, 555 Gearhart Road, was arrested for violating a protection order. -3:36 p.m.: arrest. Officers arrested Andrea Sharp, 21, 303 E. Court St., for contempt. -2:18 a.m.: identity theft. Sherry D. Schroeder, of Sidney, reported someone used her identity. -1:54 p.m.: warrant. Adam Hamilton, 24, no given, was address served a warrant at the Shelby County Courthouse. -12:39 p.m.: crimidamaging. nal Amanda J. Roll, 220 E. Clay St., reported someone broke a window at her home. Damage was estimated at $50. -9:39 a.m.: vandalism. William L. Stilwell, 717 Marva Lane, reported someone scratched the right side of his car by using a key while the vehicle was parked at the Eagles, 433 E. Court St. Damage was estimated at $499. -7:39 a.m.: break-in. An employee of Buckeye Ford, 2343 Michigan St., reported the business was broken into and four tires were stolen. Loss was set at $404. -12:09 a.m.: domesstic. A Sidney woman told officers she was injured in a domestic violence incident on South Walnut Avenue. SUNDAY -6:44 p.m.: contempt. Officers arrested Stacy L. Reynolds, 41, 1337 Hancock Ave., on a

-7:06 p.m.: failure to pay taxes. Rodney Rickert, 52, no address given, was issued a summons for failure to pay city income taxes. -6:40 p.m.: theft. Katherine Marie Ward, 1064 Hazel Nut Lane, reported the theft of a debit card. Loss was set at $433.37. -12:36 p.m.: arrests made. Officers arrested Todd E. Riddle, 52, no address given, and John Napier, 49, no address given, for theft after they allegedly were found taking scrap metal from Lochard’s, 903 Wapakoneta Ave., without permission. -10:07 a.m.: theft. Kelly Y. Lane, 1327 Garfield St., reported the theft of an MP3 player, digital camera and laptop computer. Loss was set at $605. -5:35 a.m.: arrest. Skyler W. Williamson, 19, 302 1/2 S. Walnut Ave., Apt. A, was arrested on a warrant. -1:14 a.m.: theft. Carl Stewart, 108 Walnut St., Quincy, reported the theft of three crocks and two bins of dishes from 105 N. Walnut Ave. Loss was set at $3,900. SATURDAY -6:46 p.m.: theft. Chiane Alea Sowders, 224 Franklin Ave., reported the theft of an iPod phone valued at $200. -5:16 p.m.: drug arrest. Officers arrested Timothy Matthews, 24, 721 S. Miami Ave., for trafficking in drugs, drug abuse and possession of paraphernalia -3:37 p.m.: shoplifting. Ashtin N. Frantz, 18, 10808 Little Turtle Way, was arrested for theft after he allegedly stole merchandise valued at $181 from Walmart, 2400 Michigan St. -2 p.m.: drunken driver. David L. Adams, 47, no address given, was arrested for operating a motor vehicle while under the influence. -12:56 p.m.: theft. Melissa Lynn King, 331 Jefferson St., told officers a video game system was stolen from her house. Loss was set at $100. -12:12 p.m.: TV stolen. Britteny N. Bradley, 231 W. Poplar St., reported a television valued at $180 was stolen from her residence. -10:51 a.m.: theft. William Erhardt, 2328 Apache Drive, told officers someone entered

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A Piqua driver was cited for failure to control after his car sideswiped a sign on Interstate 75 at the 92 milemarker at 2:04 p.m. Saturday. The citation was issued to David L. Adams, 47. An off-duty Ohio State Highway Patrol trooper saw the accident. Witnesses had called in earlier to report him as a reckless driver. The Adams car sustained minor damage. • No injuries were reported in a two-vehicle accident at the intersection of Gleason Street and Vandemark Road at 10:38 p.m. Thursday. Officers report Kevin D. Burdiss, 49, 218 Brooklyn Ave., pulled from a stop sign on Glea-

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his unlocked vehicle and stole a trolling motor valued at $150. -10:45 a.m.: vandalKimberly D. ism. Bunker, 502 S. Miami Ave., reported yellow paint was thrown on her vehicle. Damage was estimated at $2,000. -9:26 a.m.: criminal damaging. Kristina M. McCoy, 415 S. Miami Ave., reported someone threw yellow paint on her vehicle. Damage was set at $300. -5:46 p.m.: criminal damaging. Zackaria Martin, 2436 Collins Drive, reported someone broke out the driver’s side window of his vehicle. -3 a.m.: burglary. Roland Swiger Jr., 1130 Park St., reported his residence was burglarized. A laptop computer, two video game systems, and DVD player were stolen. Loss was set at $1,360. -2:42 p.m.: domestic violence. Dillon Perry, 20, 400 Folkerth Ave., Lot 159, was arrested for domestic violence. -2:22 a.m.: arrest. Tammy Copeland, 37, no address given, was arrested for operating a vehicle while under the influence. -12:51 a.m.: drunken driving. Robert Johnson, no age given, 320 S. Highland Ave., was arrested for operating a motor vehicle while under the influence. FRIDAY -9:06 p.m.: warrant. Kenneth Marvin, 40, of Piqua, was arrested on a warrant for contempt. -7:32 p.m.: contempt. Maria A. Huffman, 23, 1203 Riverbend Blvd., was arrested on a warrant. -7:02 p.m.: summons issued. Elvin L. Stooksbury, 65, 1068 Cinnamon Ridge, was issued a summons for failure to pay city income taxes. -6:19 p.m.: failure to pay. Michael Garber, 34, 818 Lincoln St., was issued a summons for failure to pay city income taxes. -5:13 p.m.: failure to pay taxes. Jeremy L. Stephens, 36, South Highland Avenue, was issued a summons for failure to pay city income taxes. -4:35 p.m.: summons served. Shawn D. Carey, 39, 626 Foraker Ave., was served a summons for failure to pay city income taxes. -3:52 p.m.: failure to pay taxes. Wendy Garber, 33, 818 Lincoln St., was served a summons for failure to pay city income taxes. -9:34 a.m.: theft. Bruce Blackford, 5941 H a r d i n - Wa p a k o n e t a Road, reported 140 gallons of diesel fuel, valued at $560, was stolen from his semi truck while it was parked at McDonald’s, 2215 Michigan St.

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son Street into the path of a car being driven north on Vandemark Road by Jeramie W. Wilson, 33, 726 Second Ave. Burdiss was cited for a stop sign violation. The Burdiss van sustained minor damage and there was moderate damage to the Wilson car. • Sarah E. Braun, 17, 2700 Miami River Road, was cited for failure to control following a twovehicle accident in the 200 block of North Main Avenue at 2:34 a.m. Sunday. Officers report Braun was driving north on Main Avenue when her car struck a parked car owned by Laura J. Honigford, of Wapakoneta. The Braun car sustained heavy damage and there was minor damage to the Honigford vehicle. • Steven Lloyd, 30, 904 Michigan St., was cited for a starting and backing violation after he backed from a parking space on Poplar Street near Ohio Avenue into the path of car being driven west on Poplar Street by Kristyn Ewing, 23, 7762 State Route 66, New Bremen. Both vehicles sustained minor damage. • No one was injured in a two-vehicle crash on East North Street at Miami Avenue at 11:39 a.m. Saturday. Officers report Shirley McDougle, 51, 1209 Hilltop Ave., Apt. E., was driving west on North Street when she failed to stop for a vehicle stopped in traffic and struck the rear of a pickup truck driven by Jason Truesdale, 40, 14298 Charm Hill Drive. McDougle was cited for an assured clear distance violation. Both ve-

hicle sustained moderate damage. • Roberta King, 83, 1011 Kuther Road, was cited for failure to control after her car went off the side of Main Avenue, went over a curb and struck shrubbery at Cromes Funeral Home. Her vehicle sustained an unknown amount of damage. • Ellen S. Britton, 79, 807 Stratford Drive, was cited for failure to yield the right of way at an intersection following a two-vehicle accident at intersection of the Hoewisher Road and Broadway at 2:41 p.m. Wednesday, April 24. Britton was driving east on Hoewisher Road when her vehicle struck a Shelby Metropolitan Housing Authority pickup truck driven by Chad L. Buroker, 39, 2616 Terryhawk Drive. Both vehicles sustained heavy damage.

Fire, rescue TUESDAY -1:08 a.m.: medical. Medics responded to the 800 block of Merri Lane. -12:39 a.m.: medical. Medics responded to the 500 block of Forest Street. MONDAY -7:44 p.m.: gas leak. Firefighters were called to the intersection of Wapakoneta Avenue and Russell Road on a report of a gas leak. -7:05 p.m.: medical. Medics responded to the 800 block of Country Side Street. -4:23 p.m.: medical. Medics responded to the 700 block of Russell Road. -2:09 p.m.: medical. Medics responded to the 700 block of Marilyn Drive.

-12:02 p.m.: medical. Medics responded to the 600 block of Stolle Avenue. -11:24 a.m.: medical. Medics responded to the 1100 block of Westwood Drive. -9:41 a.m.: medical. Medics responded to the 2500 block of North Kuther Road. -9:31 a.m.: medical. Medics responded to the 300 block of Michigan Street. -8:58 a.m.: medical. Medics responded to the 1600 block of Campbell Road. -8:47 a.m.: medical. Medics responded to the 600 block of North Stolle Avenue. -8:40 a.m.: medical. Medics responded to the 1600 block of Ferguson Court. -8:26 a.m.: possible leak. Firefighters responded to 711 Second Ave. on a report of a possible gas leak. No gas was detected. -8:18 a.m,: medical. Medics responded to the 600 block of Folkerth Avenue. -6:06 a.m.: medical. Medics responded to the 1500 block of Marilyn Drive. SUNDAY -10:54 p.m.: medical. Medics responded to the 400 block of West Parkwood Street. -8:42 p.m.: open burning. Firefighters responded to the 200 block of Brooklyn Avenue on a report of a structure fire. The fire was from open burning. -10:19 a.m.: crash. Medics responded to a two-vehicle crash in the 2400 block of Michigan Street. -9:45 a.m.: medical. Medics responded to the 99 mile marker of Interstate 75 at the overpass.

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DEATH NOTICES Matthew Craig Hailey — BOTKINS Matthew Craig Hailey, 39, of 318 S. Mill St. Apt. 308, Botkins, passed away Sunday, April 28, 2013, at 9:40 p.m. A private family eulogy will be held Friday, May 3, 2013, at Cromes Funeral Home & Crematory, 302 S. Main Ave, Sidney.

Thomas D. Kramer Ga. — ROME, Thomas D. Kramer, 68, of Rome, Ga., formerly of Sidney passed away Friday, April 12, 2013, at his home in Rome, Ga. In keeping with his wishes, is body was cremated. A private graveside service will be held at Cedar Point Cemetery, Pasco, at a later date at the convenience of the family. Local arrangements are in the care of Cromes Funeral Home & Crematory, 302 S. Main Ave., Sidney.

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MINSTER — Pauline R. Schmiesing, 89, of Minster, died at 6:11 p.m. Monday, April 29, 2013, at Joint Township District Memorial Hospital. St. Marys. She was born Sept. 21, 1923, in Fort Loramie, to the late Clemens and Emma (Seger) Bender. She married Melvin H. Schmiesing on April 27, 1946, in Fort Loramie. He preceded her in death on Jan. 3, 2010. She is survived by children, David and Marcile Schmiesing, of Minster, Jane Guthrie, of Dayton, Gary and Cindy Schmiesing, of Portland, Ind., Karen and Dale Topp, of Anna, Mary and Thomas Jutte, of Celina, and Edna and Donald Kremer, of Chickasaw; 18 grandchildren, Brian Schmiesing, Kevin Schmiesing, Amy and John Junkins, Sara and Saad Alhajeri, Jason and Britt Schmiesing, Craig and Brooke Schmiesing, Tyler and Shante Schmiesing, Erin and David Friend, Abby Schmiesing, Lucas Schmiesing, Philip and Elizabeth Jutte, Lauren and Neal Link, Mariah Jutte, Trisha Kremer, Curtis and Katie Kremer, Keith and Sara Kremer and Ryan Kremer and Kayla Kremer; 14 greatgrandchildren, Amari and Eliana Junkins, Zaid, Laila and Yusef Alhajeri, Flint and Monte Schmiesing, Brenna and

C l a i r e Schmiesing, B r a n d o n Schmiesing, Bryce Jutte, Natalie Link, Haley and Austin (A.J.) Kremer; brothers and sisters, Christine McDonald, of Celina and Julius and Lois Bender, of Minster; sisters-in-law, Melba Bender, Ruth Bender and Irene Bender. She was preceded in death by brothers and sisters, Louise and Charles Francis, Aloysius and Clara Bender, Alvina and Clarence Cordonnier, Martin Bender, Albert and Bea Bender, Anna Marie and Jack Burnaby, Donald McDonald, Victor Bender, Lawrence and Ruth Bender and Edward Bender. She was a member of St. Augustine Catholic Church, Minster, FOE 391 Auxiliary, Minster and was retired from Copeland Corp, Sidney and was a member of the retirees’ club. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held 10 a.m. Saturday May 4, 2013, at St. Augustine Catholic Church with the Rev. Rick Nieberding celebrant. Friends may call at the Hogenkamp Funeral Home Minster from 2 to 8 p.m. Friday, May 3, 2013, and from 9 to 9:30 a.m. Saturday May 4, 2013. Burial will be in St. Augustine Cemetery. Condolences may be made at www.hogenkampfh.com.

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ANNA — Patrick Michael Pudlewski, 17, Peridot 109 Drive, Anna, was killed in a car accident in Sidney on Sunday, April 28, 2013. He was born Dec. 26, 1995, in Jacksonville, Fla., the son of Jerome Michael and Tanya Lynn (Hiler) Pudlewski and they survive along with a brother, Joseph Pudlewski at home; maternal grandparents, Robert Hiler of St. John’s County, Fla., and Danna Hiler of St. John’s County, Fla. Also surviving are numerous aunts and uncles, nieces and nephews and cousins and many friends and classmates from around the world. Paternal grandparents, Theodore and Adeline (Powenski) Pudlewski are deceased. Patrick was a junior at Lehman High School in Sidney and was a Kairos leader, involved with the State Science Pro-Life Olympiad, Club, was a blood donor and was on the high honor roll. He had worked at Holy Angels School helping with cus-

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NEW BREMEN — Arts Place Collective Center will offer photography classes from teaching artist Michael Lamm at the New Bremen Library on Thursday and May 9, 16, 23 and 20. The classes will be from 6 to 8 p.m. and the cost is $40. Students will need to bring their own digital camera. The New Bremen Library is located at 45 S. Washington St., New Bremen. To register for the class, visit the Arts Place Collective Center at 142 E. Spring St., St. Marys, or contact Mary Hone, Arts Place Collective Center Administrator at (419) 3940707 or mhone@artsland.org.

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Matthew Spradley In loving memory of M a t t h e w Spradley, 78, of Sidney, who passed away Friday, April 26, 2013, at the VA Hospital in Dayton. He was the husband of Connie (Bolden) Spradley, the father of Sara, Mark, Steven and Scott; and grandfather of 11 grandchildren. He also is survived by a host of nephews and nieces. Special thoughts for nieces Carmen and Teasi and special friends, Dosha and Angela.

He was an Air Force veteran of the Korean War. Graveside services will be conducted Friday, May 3, 2013, at the VA Memorial C e m e t e r y, Dayton, at 2 p.m. A memorial dinner will be held Sunday, May 5, 2013, at 2 p.m. in Sidney at 890 Country Side Commons to honor Matthew Spradley and his life. Family and friends are welcome.

Christopher Clinton Jones Christopher Clinton Jones, 43, 113 Wilkinson Ave., Sidney, passed away Sunday, April 28, 2013, at his residence. He was born on March 28, 1970, in Sidney, the son of Clinton F. and Irene (MacSween) Jones, who survive and live in Sidney. He is also survived by one sister, Erika O’Neal of Sidney. In keeping with the Jones family wishes, Christopher’s body will

be cremated. There will be no public visitation or service. The Jones family will have a private service at a later date at the convenience of the family. All arrangements are in the care of Cromes Funeral Home, 302 S. Main Ave., Sidney. Condolences may be expressed to the Jones family at the funeral home’s website, www.cromesfh.com.

COMMON PLEAS COURT The following are among civil cases that have been filed and are currently active within the Shelby County Common Pleas Court. (These cases are unresolved and no final judgment has been made for or against either/any party.) • JPMorgan Chase Bank NA, Columbus, v. Michael A. Thomas, 826 Crescent Drive, foreclosure. • Fifth Third Mortgage Co., Cincinnati, v. Carnes Investments I LC, Piqua, and Jennifer R. and Mark D. Carnes, 734 East Ave., foreclosure. • Cavalry SPV I LLC, Columbus, v. Rhonda Blackledge, 106 1/2 E. Poplar St., complaint for money. In excess of $18,000 unpaid credit account plus interest. • State of Ohio v. Sondra K. Deal, 880 Merrilane, complaint of civil foreclosure. Suit seeks forfeiture of 1995 Ford Escort found to not be the legal property of the defendant and involved in a falsification case. • State of Ohio v. Gabriel Garza-Rivera, Las Vegas, Nev., complaint of civil foreclosure. Suit seeks forfeiture of Ford Taurus used in commission of an offense. • Brandon M. Moon and Alexsis Wildermuth, 826 St. Marys Ave., Apt. B, v. Iron Transport LLC, Auburn, Wash., and Vaitdin Fayzullyev, Kent, Wash., complaint

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for personal injuries. Suit seeks reimbursement for injuries sustained in a vehicle collision when Fayzullyev rear-ended the Moon/Wildermuth vehicle on Interstate 75 March 14. • JPMorgan Chase Bank NA, Westerville, v. Debra S. Browning, 227 N. Pomeroy Ave., complaint for foreclosure. • JPMorgan Chase Bank NA, Columbus, v. Daniel O’Reilly, 309 Monroe St., complaint for forclosure. • JPMorgan Chase Bank NA, Columbus, v. Kelly M. Gross (Bodenmiller) (administrator of Lawrence E. Carman Sr. estate), 19040 Wones Road, Jackson Center; Betty J. Byrd, Box 147, Port Jefferson; Sherry L. Vonderhuevel, 1292 State Route 47 West, Quincy; Christopher and Kyley Carman, 309 West St. Jackson Center; and Michelle Carman, 309 W. Jefferson St., Jackson Center; complaint for foreclosure in rem for property at 19060 Wones Road, Jackson Center. • Choice One Engineering Corp., 440 E. Hoewisher Road, v. Adams Building Contractors Inc., Jackson, Mich., complaint for money damages. Unpaid account in excess of $26,000 for engineering services rendered. • Wilson Memorial Hospital v. Sierra R. Harris, 2626 Terryhawk Drive, complaint. Unpaid account totaling more than $21,000.

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Sheriff’s log MONDAY -4:13 p.m.: forgery. Deputies were called to 9400 State Route 274, Unit A, Van Buren Township, to investigate a bad checks-forgery incident. -10:01 a.m.: vandalism. Deputies were called to 15545 Fort Loramie-Swanders Road to investigate a vandalism report. -9:42 a.m.: sign damaged. Deputies received a report of a stop sign being knocked

down at the intersection of Miller and Versailles roads.

Fire, rescue TUESDAY -7:02 a.m.: medical. The Anna Rescue Squad responded to the 100 block of Cedarbrook Court. SUNDAY -10:36 a.m.: medical. The Fort Loramie Rescue Squad responded to the 100 block of East Park Street in Fort Loramie.


STATE NEWS

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Bills would ban requirements COLUMBUS (AP) — Less than two years after Ohio voters overwhelmingly rejected collective bargaining limits for government workers, Republicans in the Ohio House took the first public steps Tuesday toward passing legislation that would prohibit requiring workers to join or pay automatic dues to a union. Similar right-towork laws are in place in 24 states, including neighboring Indiana and Michigan, and state Rep. Kristina Roegner circulated a cosponsorship request saying that she wants Ohio to become the 25th. “WorkRoegner’s place Freedom” bill would apply to privatesector unions, and a companion measure from state Rep. Ron

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Maag would apply to public-sector unions. Maag’s letter to fellow lawmakers said the legislation means “employees would be free to choose whether or not to join a labor union.” The measures would prohibit any requirements that employees of public or private employers join or pay dues to any employee organization. They also establish as state policy “that each employee must be fully free to decide whether to associate, organize, designate a representative, or join or assist an employee organization,” according to Maag’s memo. Democrats and labor leaders immediately leaped on the proposals as a slap to the strong majority of Ohio voters who repealed a proposed collective bargaining overhaul in

November 2011 that limited the bargaining rights of public-sector workers. Almost 62 percent of voters objected to the law. “I am just appalled by the efforts of Representatives Maag and Roegner to once again attempt to silence the voice of workers across the state of Ohio, this time in both the public and private sector,” Service Employees International Union District 1199 President Becky Williams said in a statement. “This will hurt people we trust like librarians, nurses, mental health providers, social workers and so many others.” House Democratic Leader Armond Budish called it “Senate Bill 5 all over again” — referring to the collective bargaining law.

“So-called right to work means fewer rights, not more, for working Ohioans. It would negatively impact the lives of all Ohioans, and it would particularly harm the ability of our police, firefighters and teachers to bargain for safety equipment, proper staffing levels, and class sizes, just to mention a few,” Budish said in a statement. “For example, according to the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics, the rate of workplace deaths is 51 percent higher in states with right to work.” Roegner and Maag scheduled a news conference Wednesday to discuss the bills. They set Wednesday at 9 a.m. as the deadline to sign on as a co-sponsor of one or both measures. A spokesman for Gov. John Kasich, a Republi-

can who faces re-election next year, said it was too soon to pass judgment on the legislation. “There have been nearly 300 bills introduced so far this year. We don’t weigh in on all of them and it would be premature to do so on these,” spokesman Rob Nichols said in an email. Though Kasich did not initiate Senate Bill 5, as the governor who signed it his name became closely associated with the divisive law and it damaged his popularity for a time. Thousands descended on the Ohio Statehouse to protest the bill’s passage, prompting state officials at one point to lock the doors out of concern for lawmakers’ safety. Chants opposing the bill interrupted Ka-

sich’s first State of the State speech and has not held the annual addresses in Columbus since. The earlier legislation affected more than 350,000 police, firefighters, teachers, nurses and other government workers. It set mandatory health care and pension minimums for unionized governemployees, ment banned public worker strikes, scrapped binding arbitration and prohibited basing promotions solely on seniority. Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ed FitzGerald criticized the new proposal, saying, “My promise to Ohio’s working and middle class families is that they will never have to fear these kinds of attacks if I am their governor.”

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Pipeline construction across Ohio starts in May DAYTON (AP) — Construction on an underground pipeline across Ohio and sections of three more states is expected to employ up to 4,000 workers over eight months and should start in early May. The Dayton Daily News (http://bit.ly/10RQ0fY ) reports Houston-based Enterprise Products Partners says about 1,500 construction jobs will be in Ohio. A company spokesman says construction will start south of Dayton, and sections will be built in Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Indiana. The pipeline will connect to existing lines to transport liquid petroleum products between Pennsylvania and Texas. It will cross 265 miles in at least 13 Ohio counties, including Butler, Warren, Greene, Clinton and Fayette counties in southwest Ohio. The others are Pickaway, Fairfield and Licking counties in central Ohio and Muskingum, Coshocton, Tuscarawas, Harrison and Jefferson counties in eastern Ohio.

Students watch Ohio House pass state artifact bill

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Kasich signs rules for health ‘navigators’ COLUMBUS (AP) — Ohio Gov. John Kasich has signed a bill requiring training and certification for a new group of professionals who will guide consumers through new insurance markets. These so-called health navigators will help educate consumers and small businesses about the online marketplaces created by President Barack Obama’s health care law. Open enrollment starts Oct. 1. Kasich signed the measure into law Tuesday. Earlier Tuesday, Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor expressed support for the rules. Taylor leads Ohio’s insurance department. Consumer advocates have criticized the measure, saying it limits the number of navigators available to help people by tying the certification process to those funded by the health law. Ohio navigator applicants will share about $2.2 million in federal funds. Taylor says she doesn’t anticipate the state would contribute additional dollars.

Baby gorilla makes debut CINCINNATI (AP) — An abandoned baby gorilla from Texas has made its debut at the Cincinnati Zoo with some of the people who have served as its primary caregivers. The 3-month-old lowland gorilla is named Gladys Stones. She made her media debut Tuesday in a yard where she’ll spend time over the next month with her human caregivers, climbing trees and getting familiar with being outdoors. Gladys was born Jan. 29 at the Gladys Porter Zoo in Brownsville, Texas. Her mother rejected her, and she was moved to Cincinnati in February to be paired with a gorilla surrogate mother.

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NATION/WORLD TODAY IN HISTORY BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Wednesday, May 1, the 121st day of 2013. There are 244 days left in the year. Today’s Highlight in History: On May 1, 1963, James W. Whittaker became the first American to conquer Mount Everest as he and Sherpa guide Nawang Gombu reached the summit. On this date: • In 1707, the Kingdom of Great Britain was created as a treaty merging England and Scotland took effect. • In 1786, Mozart’s opera “The Marriage of Figaro” premiered in Vienna. • In 1898, Commodore George Dewey gave the command, “You may fire when you are ready, Gridley,” as an American naval force destroyed a Spanish squadron in Manila Bay during the Spanish-American War. • In 1911, the song “I Want a Girl (Just Like the Girl That Married Dear Old Dad),” by Harry Von Tilzer and Will Dillon, was first published. • In 1931, New York’s 102-story Empire State Building was dedicated. Singer Kate Smith made her debut on CBS Radio on her 24th birthday. • In 1941, the Orson Welles motion picture “Citizen Kane” premiered in New York. • In 1960, the Soviet Union shot down an American U-2 reconnaissance plane over Sverdlovsk and captured its pilot, Francis Gary Powers. • In 1961, the first U.S. airline hijacking took place as Antulio Ramirez Ortiz, a Miami electrician, commandeered a National Airlines plane that was en route to Key West, Fla., and forced the pilot to fly to Cuba. • In 1963, the Coca-Cola Co. began marketing TaB, its first low-calorie beverage. • In 1971, the intercity passenger rail service Amtrak went into operation. • In 1982, the World’s Fair in Knoxville, Tenn., was opened by President Ronald Reagan. • In 1992, on the third day of the Los Angeles riots, a visibly shaken Rodney King appeared in public to appeal for calm, pleading, “Can we all get along?”

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He’s too young to drive at 9 NEW DELHI (AP) — Police in India have arrested a man who allowed his 9-year-old son to drive his Ferrari. Mohammed Nisham was arrested on charges of endangering the life of a child and allowing a minor to drive, said Inspector Biju Kumar. He was released after posting bail of 5,000 rupees ($92), Kumar said. Nisham’s wife filmed the boy driving the sports car on his 9th birthday two weeks ago with his 5year-old brother in the passenger seat. The video was widely watched on YouTube and created an outrage across India, causing police to file charges. India’s economic boom has created a class of super-rich, whose excesses are frequently in the news. Police Inspector M.V. Verghese said the boy’s father, who has a thriving tobacco and real estate business, owns 18 cars worth an estimated $4 million. Nisham turned himself in at a police station near the port city of Kochi in the southern state of Kerala, Kumar said.

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Obama hints at possible military action in Syria WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama signaled Tuesday he would consider U.S. military action against Syria if “hard, effective evidence” is found to bolster intelligence that chemical weapons have been used in the 2-year-old civil war. Among the potential options being readied for him: weapons and ammunition for the Syrian rebels. Despite such planning, Obama appealed for patience during a White House news conference, saying he needed more conclusive evidence about how and when chemical weapons detected by U.S. intelligence agencies were

used and who deployed them. If those questions can be answered, Obama said he would consider actions the Pentagon and intelligence community have prepared for him in the event Syria has crossed his chemical weapons “red line.” “There are options that are available to me that are on the shelf right now that we have not deployed,” he told reporters packed into the White House briefing room. Beyond lethal aid to the rebels, several government agencies are also drafting plans for establishing a protective “no-fly zone” over Syria and for targeted missile strikes, according to officials fa-

miliar with the planning. However, the officials, who spoke only on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to publicly discuss the internal deliberations, stressed that Obama had not yet decided to proceed on any of the plans. As Obama raised the prospect of deeper U.S. involvement, Hezbollah’s leader said Tuesday that his Iranianbacked militant group stood ready to aid Syrian President Bashar Assad. And new violence in Syria hit the capital of Damascus, as a powerful bomb ripped through a bustling commercial district, killing at least 14 people.

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DUTCH KING Willem-Alexander takes the oath as his wife, Queen Maxima, stands at his side during his inauguration inside the Nieuwe Kerk or New Church in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Tuesday. At 46, King Willem-Alexander is the youngest monarch in Europe and the first Dutch king in 123 years, since Willem III died in 1890.

All hail the king Willem-Alexander first Dutch king in 123 years AMSTERDAM (AP) — Millions of Dutch people dressed in orange flocked to celebrations around the Netherlands Tuesday in honor of a once-in-ageneration milestone for the country’s ruling House of Orange-Nassau: after a 33-year reign, Queen Beatrix abdicated in favor of her eldest son, Willem-Alexander. At 46, King Willem-Alexander is the youngest monarch in Europe and the first Dutch king in 123 years, since Willem III died in 1890. Like Beatrix before him, Willem-Alexander has assumed the throne at a time of social strains and economic malaise. Although the Dutch monarchy is largely ceremonial, he immediately staked out a course to preserve its relevance in the 21st century. “I want to establish ties, make connections and exem-

plify what unites us, the Dutch people,” the freshly minted king said at a nationally televised investiture ceremony in Amsterdam’s 600-year-old New Church, held before the combined houses of Dutch parliament. “As king, I can strengthen the bond of mutual trust between the people and their government, maintain our democracy and serve the public interest.” Hopes for the new monarch are high. For most of the 2000s, the country was locked in an intense national debate over the perceived failure of Muslim immigrants, mostly from North Africa, to integrate. In response, politicians curtailed many of the famed Dutch tolerance policies. More recently, this trading nation of 17 million has suf-

fered back-to-back recessions. European Union figures released Tuesday showed Dutch unemployment spiking upward toward 6.4 percent. That’s below the EU average, but a 20-year high in the Netherlands. “I am taking the job at a time when many in the kingdom feel vulnerable and uncertain,” Willem-Alexander said. “Vulnerable in their work or health. Uncertain about their income or home environment.” Amsterdam resident Inge Bosman, 38, said she doubted Willem-Alexander’s investiture would give the country much of an employment boost. “Well, at least one person got a new job,” she said. Tellingly, one of WillemAlexander’s first diplomatic missions as king will be to visit the country’s largest trading partner, Germany.

Laying bare your finances to apply for health care WASHINGTON (AP) — After a storm of complaints, the Obama administration on Tuesday unveiled simplified forms to apply for insurance under the president’s new health care law. You won’t have to lay bare your medical history but you will have to detail your finances. An earlier version of the forms had provoked widespread griping that they were as bad as tax forms and might overwhelm uninsured people, causing them to give up in frustration. The biggest change: a fivepage short form that single people can fill out. That form includes a cover page with instructions and another page if you want to designate someone to help you through the process. But the abridged application form for families starts at 12 pages, and grows as you

add children. Most people are expected to take another option, applying online. The ease or difficulty of applying for benefits takes on added importance because Americans remain confused about what the health care law will mean for them. A Kaiser Family Foundation poll released Tuesday found that 4 in 10 are unaware it’s the law of the land. Some think it’s been repealed by Congress. In fact, it’s still on track. And it’s a mandate, not a suggestion. The law says virtually all Americans must carry health insurance starting next year, although most will just keep the coverage they now have through their jobs, Medicare or Medicaid. At his news conference Tuesday, President Barack Obama hailed the simplified forms as an example of how

his team listened to criticism from consumer groups and made a fix. The law’s full benefits will be available to all next year, he emphasized, even if Republicans in Congress still insist on repeal and many GOP governors won’t help put it into place. When the first draft of the application turned out to be a clunker, “immediately, everybody sat around the table and said, ‘Well, this is too long, especially … in this age of the Internet,’” Obama recounted. “‘People aren’t going to have the patience to sit there for hours on end. Let’s streamline this thing.’” The flap over the application forms was a “first test” of the administration’s ability to confront problems as they emerge, said Sam Karp, vice president of programs at the California HealthCare Foundation.

MAKHACHKALA, Russia (AP) — Russian agents placed the elder Boston bombing suspect under surveillance during a six-month visit to southern Russia last year, then scrambled to find him when he suddenly disappeared after police killed a Canadian jihadist, a security official told The Associated Press. U.S. law enforcement officials have been trying to determine whether Tamerlan Tsarnaev was indoctrinated or trained by militants during his visit to Dagestan, a Caspian Sea province that has become the center of a simmering Islamic insurgency. The security official with the Anti-Extremism Center, a federal agency under Russia’s Interior Ministry, confirmed the Russians shared their concerns. He told the AP that Russian agents were watching Tsarnaev, and that they searched for him when he disappeared two days after the July 2012 death of the Canadian man, who had joined the Islamic insurgency in the region. The official spoke only on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak to the news media. Security officials suspected ties between Tsarnaev and the Canadian — an ethnic Russian named William Plotnikov — according to the Novaya Gazeta newspaper, which is known for its independence and investigative reporting and cited an unnamed official with the AntiExtremism Center, which tracks militants. The newspaper said the men had social networking ties that brought Tsarnaev to the attention of Russian security services for the first time in late 2010.

Hezbollah issues warning BEIRUT (AP) — The leader of Lebanon’s Hezbollah militant group said Tuesday that Syrian rebels will not be able to defeat President Bashar Assad’s regime militarily, warning that Syria’s “real friends,” including his Iranian-backed militant group, were ready to intervene on the government’s side. In Damascus, a powerful bomb ripped through a bustling commercial district, killing at least 14 people and bringing Syria’s civil war to the heart of the capital for the second consecutive day. Hezbollah, a powerful Shiite Muslim group, is known to back Syrian regime fighters in Shiite villages near the Lebanon border against the mostly Sunni rebels fighting to topple Assad. The comments by Sheik Hassan Nasrallah were the strongest indication yet that his group was ready to get far more involved to rescue Assad’s embattled regime.


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Wednesday, May 1, 2013

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Vintage toy store opens today

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This Evening • The Narcotics Anonymous group, Labor of Love, meets at 6:30 p.m. at First Christian Church, 320 E. Russell Road. • Baby time for children 3 1/2 and younger and their mothers is at the A.J. Wise Library in Fort Loramie at 6:30 p.m. • The Miami-Shelby Ostomy Support Group meets at 7 p.m. at the Cancer Care Center in the lower level of the Upper Valley Medical Center, 3130 N. Dixie Highway, Troy. The group will provide information and support to ostomates and their families. For more information, call (937) 4404706. • Stokes Lodge 305, Free and Accepted Masons, meets at 7:30 p.m. at the Port Jefferson Lodge, Port Jefferson. All Master Masons are welcome.

Thursday Morning • Upper Valley Medical Center hosts a Mom and Baby Get Together group from 9:30 to 11 a.m. in the Farm House on the center campus. The group offers the opportunity to meet with other moms, share about being a new mother and learn about breastfeeding and the baby. For information, call (937) 440-4906. • New Bremen Public Library will host Storytime at 10:30 a.m. Registration required.

Thursday Afternoon • The Narcotics Anonymous group, Addicts at Work, meets at noon at St. John’s Lutheran Church, 120 W. Water St. • Shelby County Toastmasters meets at noon at the Sidney-Shelby County YMCA. For more information, contact Ed Trudeau at 498-3433 or edward.trudeau@emerson.com or visit the website at shelby.freetoasthost.ws.

Thursday Evening • The New Knoxville Public Library Book Club meets at the library at 6 p.m. • The Narcotics Anonymous group, All in the Family, meets at 7 p.m. at First United Methodist Church, 230 Poplar St. • Minster Garden Club meets at 7 p.m. at the Old Minster Council Chambers, Minster. • Temperance 73 Masonic Lodge at the corner of Miami Avenue and Poplar Street meets at 7:30 p.m.

Friday Morning • A.J. Wise Library in Fort Loramie hosts storytime for children 3 1/2 and older at 10:30 a.m. To register, call 295-3155. • The New Knoxville Community Library hosts story time from 10:30 to 11 a.m.

Friday Afternoon • Sidney Gateway Hi 12 Club No. 482, meets at noon at the Sidney American Legion on Fourth Avenue. All Master Masons are invited. • Parkinson’s support group meets at 3:30 p.m. at the Brethren s Home, 750 Chestnut St., Greenville. For more information, call (937) 5483188.

Friday Evening • Hope in Recovery, similar to traditional 12step programs to confront destructive habits and behaviors, meets at the First Presbyterian Church, 114 E. 4th St., Greenville, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. For more information, call (937) 548-9006. • The Narcotics Anonymous group, Staying Clean for the Weekend, meets at 7 p.m. at First United Methodist Church, 230 E. Poplar St.

Saturday Morning • Brukner Nature Center, 5995 Horseshoe Bend Road, Troy, hosts a bird walk at 7:30 a.m. Free and open to the public. (937) 698-6493. • Agape Mobile Rural Food Pantry Distribution, in Port Jefferson, 9 to 11 a.m. • Agape Mobile Rural Food Pantry Distribution, in Maplewood, 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Saturday Evening • Lumber Company Baseball hosts fundraising bingo to support the children on the teams. Doors open at 4 p.m. and games begin at 7 p.m. at Sunset Bingo, 1710 W. High St., Piqua. $20 to play all night. For information, call (937) 543-9959. • The Sidney-Shelby County Chess Club Checkmates meets at 7 p.m. at the library at the Dorothy Love Retirement Community. For more information, call 497-7326. • The Narcotics Anonymous group, Saturday Night Live, meets at 8 p.m. at St. John’s Lutheran Church, 120 W. Water St.

Sunday Afternoon • Shelby County Deer Hunters holds its monthly Sunday Rifle Shoot at 7988 Johnston-Slagle Road beginning at 1 p.m. Program one round at five different targets, pays three places. Points awarded to members for end-of-the-year trophy. Open to the public.

Sunday Evening • Lumber Company Baseball hosts fundraising bingo to support the children on the teams. Doors open at 4 p.m. and games begin at 7 p.m. at Sunset Bingo, 1710 W. High St., Piqua. $20 to play all night. For information, call (937) 543-9959. • The Narcotics Anonymous group, Never Alone, Never Again, meets at 6:30 p.m. at First Christian Church, 320 E. Russell Road. To access the Community Calendar online, visit www.sidneydailynews.com, click on “Living” and then on “Calendar.”

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Big Kid Toy/Mania, 101 N. Ohio Ave., celebrates its grand opening today. Brooks Bunnell and his wife, Nikki, of Sidney, have opened the store to sell used and new toys, specifically vintage toys and action figures. “Most of the toys are from the 1970s and ’80s and up,” Bunnell said. He has acquired them from other dealers and collectors, at garage sales, flea markets and toy shows and through eBay and Craig’s List. “I’ve been collecting them all my life,” he said. The store isn’t his first business venture. In Florida, he operated a landscape and lawn care firm for two years. He said that he and Nikki had been talking about a toy store.

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NIKKI AND Brooks Bunnell, of Sidney, display some of the toys they have for sale in their new store, Big Kid Toy/Mania, which has a grand opening today at 101 N. Ohio Ave. “The timing seemed right and we got a good downtown,” location Bunnell said. Among the items he has for sale are vintage store displays, hundreds

of Star Wars figures still in the packages, Strawberry Shortcake and My Little Pony items, and vintage video-game consoles and video games. “These are old school,”

Bunnell said. The shop is open weekdays from noon to 6 p.m. and weekends from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. For information, call 710-1031.

SCARF plans clinic, raises funds The Shelby County Animal Rescue Foundation and the Shelby County Animal Shelter will offer a low cost/low income shot clinic for dogs and cats May 18 from 1 to 3 p.m. at the shelter, 1100 Clem Road. Dr. Paul Hunter, of Minster, will donate his time to administer vaccinations at reduced rates to pets of people who qualify as low income earners. Registration by May 10 is necessary. The lower prices for shots are available only to the first 50 pets registered. Forms and qualification guidelines are

available at www.helpshelbycountyanimals.co m and at the shelter. During the clinic, dogs will be required to be on leashes and cats will need to be in carriers. Costs for the shots will be as follows and will be due prior to shots’ being administered: Dogs: rabies, $6; distemper/parvo combo, $8. Cats: rabies, $6; feline 4-way, $8; feline leukemia, $14. information, For email helpshelbyc o u n t y a n i mals@gmail.com or visit the shelter.

Dimes for Dogs update At the end of Week 3 of the Shelby County Animal Rescue Foundation’s (SCARF) Dimes for Dogs and Cats drive, the organization has raised $1,395.03. The fundraising project solicits spare change by placing dog house-shaped coin banks in area businesses. Donations were collected weekly through Tuesday. These amounts were collected during the week ending Friday: Sidney High School, $316.3; Brower, $203.80; Sidney Body Carstar, $100.55; Culvers, $98.56; Hits 105.5, $67.28; The Spot, $64.40; Clancy’s, $60.58; Flinn Vet, $60.37; CR Designs $44.34; Shear Creative, $43.97; 4 Paws, $41.56; Helman Bros., $9.58; Jack’s Pets, $36.47; Rolling Hills Skate, $33.54; Cassano’s, $33.11; Wagmore Pet Salon, $30.53; Power Station, $20.36; Davis Meats, 12 cents; Minster Vet, $13.06; Styling Company, $10.07; Schultze, $9.47; Panache, $9.40; Ron & Nita’s, $9.19; NK Telco, $8.59; Lee’s, $6.15; Al’s Pizza, $4.90; Sidney Daily News, $4.53; Alcove, $4.24.

Defining ‘al dente’ Dear Heloise: pinch a piece, What does the and if you see term “al dente” no white dot, mean when you it’s done! are cooking Some may pasta? — Clark disagree with R., via email me about the “Al dente” is cooking until an Italian term done, but think Hints that translates about it — if as “to the bite” you cook until from or “to the tooth,” Heloise done, wait a few and it means the minutes to pasta is firm Heloise Cruse drain, add hot when you bite gravy or sauce into it, but still a little and serve in only five to tender. Just a few sec- 10 minutes, it’s still onds can make the dif- cooking! — Heloise ference whether pasta is TEST YOUR HINT IQ overcooked! And keep in Dear Readers: Which mind, it will continue to of the following fruits “cook” (and soften up) has the most fiber per after removing from the serving? heat. So, if you are cookA) One medium apple ing it and it’s going to be (with peel) a short while until it’s B) One medium orserved, I think it’s wise ange to undercook it a little. C) 1 cup blueberries Here’s how to tell: D) 1 cup raspberries When the pasta starts The answer is D, to soften, take out a raspberries, with 8 piece and bite into it or grams of fiber per cup! pinch it in half. As soon Blueberries have 3.5 as it is tender to bite grams, an orange 3.4 through, with just a dot grams and an apple 3.3 of the white starch grams. Grab your fashowing in the middle, it vorite fruits and add will be al dente when fiber plus great taste to served a little later. If your diet today! — serving immediately, Heloise

Recipe of the Day A delicious treat that was submitted for competition in the 2012 Shelby County Fair. LEMON CRUMB MUFFINS

2 cups butter, melted 4 cups sugar 2 cups sour cream 6 cups flour 8 eggs 3/4 teaspoon baking soda 2 tablespoons lemon juice 3/4 teaspoon salt 5 fresh lemons Grate rind of five lemons, set lemons aside. Whisk eggs and add sour cream, butter, lemon juice until smooth. Fold in lemon rind. Fold all remaining ingredients into the egg mixture. Top each muffin with 1 tablespoon streusel and bake for 18 to 20 minutes in a 350-degree oven. Remove muffins from oven. Poke with toothpick. Drizzle with 1/2 teaspoon lemon glaze. Streusel 1 1/4 cups sugar 1 1/4 cups flour 1/3 cup butter, softened Sift sugar and flour together. Add butter. Work ingredients until crumbly. Lemon Glaze 1/2 cup sugar 1/3 cup lemon juice Stir until sugar is dissolved. Pat Woolley

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Sidney Daily News,Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Entries open for Little Miss Poultry Days

Spring Fling to start Friday

VERSAILLES — Entry forms for the Little Miss Poultry Days Contest are being accepted now. The pageant will take place June 14 at 6:30 p.m. in the old high school gymnasium. It is open to girls who are 4-6 on the contest day and who have not been in the court of the 2012 contest. Entries will be selected on a first-received basis from postmarked entries. The pageant is limited to 30 participants. Those unable to participate in next year’s contest due to the age limit will have preference if more than the allotted number of entries are received on the last day. Contestants will be notified of their acceptance. The entry fee is $10. Contestants’ attire should represent the traditional poultry theme or this year’s theme of “Poultrystock.” Contestants will be judged on the originality of design of their attire and its appropriateness to the poultry theme and on their personalities, poise and ability to speak. Little Miss Poultry Days 2013 will receive a cash prize of $100. The first runner-up will win $75. and the second runner-up, $50. Each participant will receive a flower, trophy and the opportunity to ride in the Poultry Days parade. To get an entry form, visit www.versaillespoultrydays.com and click on “Activities.”

Gateway Arts Council will open its 13th annual Spring Fling Fine Arts Exhibit and Sale at a fundraising reception Friday from 6 to 8 p.m. at the council’s galleries, 216 N. Miami Ave. The event will include entertainment by classical pianist Leon Bates, hors d’oeuvres, wine, and other beverages. Those who attend will get the first look at the fine art show, which features works by more than 70 area artists. Tickets for the event cost $25 each or $40 for a couple and are available at Gateway Arts Council office at 216 N. Miami Ave., or by phone at 498-2787. Beginning Monday, the exhibit is free and open to the public Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Artists from throughout west central Ohio entered their work in the following categories: drawing, watermedia, oil and acrylics, photography, 3-D art and miscellaneous. First-, second-, and third-place cash prizes will be awarded in each category at the opening reception. A best-of-show award will also be given. The best-of-show award carries a $500 prize. First place awards in each category are $300. Second place awards are $200. Third place awards are $100. There must be at least five pieces in a category to be judged for an award. A People’s Choice Award ribbon will be given to the artist whose work garners the most votes from exhibit-goers. The exhibit closes June 7.

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All ages get healthy ABOVE: Erica Cruse (l-r) and her daughter, Brooklyn, 4, make a basic first aid kit with the help of Randy Earl, of Troy, the director of emergency services for the Northern Miami Valley Chapter of the Red Cross, during Healthy Kids Day at the YMCA Saturday. AT RIGHT: Chiropractor Robert Phillips, of Sidney, talks with Ralph Boss, of Sidney, during the 2013 Shelby County Health and Awareness Fair at Dorothy Love Retirement Community recently. Phillips, the doctor at Backs-R-Us, discussed back adjustment.

RSVP lists opportunities to help The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) in Shelby County has announced the following volunteer opportunities: • Discovery Riders needs volunteers who love horses and want to help make a difference in the lives of physically, mentally and emotionally challenged people. • Christian Legal

Services needs volunteers to help with office work. Volunteers will type forms and prepare paperwork to go to court. Skills should include knowledge of Microsoft Office, Windows calendar, email, postage meter and good communication. Dependability and confidentiality are a must. One-on-one training books provided and onsite person to answer

questions. Flexible hours are available on Monday through Thursday. Criminal background check is required. To volunteer for one of these opportunities or to talk with the volunteer recruiter to choose from many other volunteer positions, call Connie Kinsella at 492-8225 or email her at rsvpsh-mi@councilonruralservices.org.

Botkins students study for ACT BOTKINS — Twelve students from Botkins participated in an ACT test-preparation boot camp at Bellefontaine High School April 23. In an effort to enhance college and career readiness among area

students, the Logan County High SchoolHigher Education Project offered the camp. The Botkins students were among 228 students from Bellefontaine, Benjamin Logan, Calvary Chris-

tian, Indian Lake, Riverside, and Ohio HiPoint schools who participated in the workshop designed by Test Prep Seminars, a nationally-renowned test provider. Through the grant

project, the usual camp cost of $250 was reduced to $40 for students. The ACT Boot Camp provided students with specific strategies for the ACT, as well as general test-taking and time-management skills

applicable to a variety of exams. Each participant left with two books, one with practice tests and detailed answers and explanations and the other, a testing strategy book.

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MAKE IT HARD TO GO HUNGRY IN SHELBY COUNTY

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The goal: How far could we go by April 30? Each can in the pantry represents $1,000. Total to date is $60,520 Final tallies will be published soon.

QUICK READ DAR plans meeting PIQUA — The PiquaLewis Boyer Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) will meet May 11 at the Tall Tales Inn, 6 W. Pike St., Laura. The meeting will start at 10:30 a.m. and attendees will order from the menu. The program will be “Saving Family Treasures.” Attendees should be prepared to talk during a show-and-tell segment about heirlooms that have been passed down to them and that they will also pass down. They should be prepared to also talk about preservation tips they have learned in taking care of their heirlooms. Hostesses will be Becky Miller, Jane Gilbert, Jo Hermes and Dot Kasler. Members and women guests are welcome.

MARRIAGE INTENTIONS The following people have recently applied for a marriage license in Shelby County Common Pleas Court – Probate Division: Sanchez D. McCutchins, 28, Shelby, engineer, and Mindy M. Pearson, 28, Shelby, receptionist.

Board of Developmental Disabilities approves items were available online at www.shelbydd.org. Early Intervention reported there are 42 infants and toddlers enrolled. Starting in the fall of 2013, the Early Intervention Department will operate on a twoweek rotating schedule for center-based services and servicing children and their families in their natural environments. Wilma Valentine Creative Learning Center reported 34 children enrolled. Paperwork is being completed to reopen the School Age Childcare Program for summer services for children completing their kindergarten or first grade years. Openings are available for preschool children for summer enrollment. For information, call 4980101. S&H Products reported that work is con-

sistent with customers; however, with smaller volumes. Staff members have filled downtime with additional activities, including exercise, outings, and guest speakers. The Service and Support Administration Department reported receiving 10 waivers including for level-one waivers for individuals meeting the Adult Service Refinance waiting list priority category, one SELF waiver awarded by the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities, two requested transfers from the TDD waiver system to the IO waiver system and three IO waiver requests that meet the waiting-listpriority category of emergency. As of March 31, the program had completed 25 percent of its expenditure budget and 36 percent of its

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revenue budget. The board approved the following resolutions: 1. A budget amendment request to increase the Miscellaneous income and Administration, miscellaneous budgets to reimburse WestCON for expenses associated with Home Choice Transition Coordination Services, representing an increase to the revenue and expenditure budget. 2. A budget amendment request to increase the Miscellaneous income and Preschool supplies budgets for the receipt and expenditure of a grant from State Support Team 6. This money will be used to purchase speech supplies, representing an increase to the revenue and expenditure budget. 3. Specified the amount of funds that will be used to pay the calendar-year 2013, non-

federal share of the Medicaid expenditures. 4. Commitment to the provision of services for eligible individuals with developmental disabilities through the Adult Services and Early Intervention Programs. 5. Revision to the attendance policy in the S&H Products Handbook. 6. Program calendars for 2013-2014. 7. Salary adjustment for some staff for the 2013-2014 program year. 8. Pick up of the statu-

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OPINION Wednesday, May 1, 2013

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Write a letter to the editor. All letters must be signed, 400 words or less and include the writer’s phone number and address. Only one letter per writer per month will be accepted. Letters may be mailed to The Sidney Daily News, Jeff Billiel, publisher/executive editor, P.O. Box 4099, 1451 N. Vandemark Road, Sidney, OH 45365; e-mailed to jbilliel@sdnccg.com; or faxed to (937) 498-5991.

I N O UR V IEW Legislation targets equal pay for equal work

Your hometown newspaper since 1891

As parents, wages in Ohio paycheck — it means a women to fight for we all want our were closed, an smaller pension, a diequal pay, provide for Frank Beeson/Regional Group Publisher daughters to Ohio woman minished 401(k), and their families and chilJeffrey J. Billiel/Editor and Publisher have the same working full smaller Social Security dren, and contribute to Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of opportunities as time would check benefits. The dis- our state and local religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridg- our sons. As a have enough crimination that begins economies. Recently, we ing the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the father of two funds for apat hiring continues for recognized Equal Pay people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the governgirls, I’m tired proximately 1.7 life. There’s nothing fair Day — a day that ment for a redress of grievances. of seeing Ohio more years of about that. shows how late into the women lose $16 groceries, eight current year women Brown Fairness billion in inmore months of That’s why I am con- must work to catch up reports come each year mortgage and to what men earned in tinuing to fight for the Sherrod Brown utilities paybecause they Paycheck Fairness Act, the prior year. U.S. Senator still don’t earn ments, 15 more legislation that would Shouldn’t wait equal pay for an equal months of rent, or six We shouldn’t have to close loopholes that day’s work. Ohioans more years worth of wait until April — four allow pay discriminagas. like a free ad for work hard and hard Emily’s months into the year — tion based on gender. work deserves fair pay, the business, dilemma was obTake steps for women to finally Although John F. regardless of gender. which it is. vious: How do With so many famimake the same amount Kennedy signed the She looked you sell maWage gap lies struggling to pay Equal Pay Act into law of money that their down at story nure? Since she Yet, according to a their bills and feed their nearly 50 years ago, male counterparts ideas: fell in love with new report from the Na- families, it is imperative making it illegal for em- made the previous year. “Local MerDewey Decker, tional Partnership for that we take steps to ployers to pay men and Ohio women are hardHome chant Says No she could think Women & Families, ensure women are makwomen different wages working. They get up Country Shortage of of nothing less Ohio women who are ing the money they’ve early, stand on their for the same work, Slim Randles Product in than spending employed full time are earned. women have made only feet all day, and then Sight.” her life with him paid just 77 cents for Absent congressional minor gains against the head home and take “County Soils Need and embracing the fertilevery dollar paid to action, it is estimated salaries earned by men care of their children — izer business whole hog, Biodegradable Amendmen, amounting to a that at the current rate for performing the same they don’t ask for a so to speak. Emily Stick- ments” yearly gap in wages of the wage gap is closing, work. handout. They don’t ask “Avoiding Infertility: les has never done any$10,430. That’s unconwomen will not be paid With nearly 600,000 for a bailout. But they Spread the Word, and the scionable. It’s been said equally for more than thing halfway. do ask for equal pay. households in Ohio Manure.” In her job with the time and again and re- four decades. And if the headed by women, it is We owe it to our Well, that last one county, she has kept a mains true: Equal work pay gap continues, mothers, our daughters, urgent that women needs work. vigilant eye on almost deserves equal pay. women will never be and women everywhere earn the pay they deTomorrow she’s going every business around, The report also found able to catch up. A lower serve. The Paycheck to continue to fight for to corner Dewey and encouraged where she that if the gap between starting salary doesn’t equality and for the Fairness Act would could, and crushing hard work up a business plan men’s and women’s just mean a smaller strengthen the ability of Paycheck Fairness Act. if she needed to stomp on with him. Oh, she realizes all he wants to do is violators. But Dewey’s business, shovel … but he’ll need to scooping up cow manure graduate to supervisory work if his company is and redistributing it to going to progress. gardens all over the OK, how about “Valley county, was a labor of Expert Says: Bovine Dolove with her. This was nations Enrich Local her man’s business, and To the editor: Court has recognized that claims Gardens.” she would do what she On March 29, The Wisconsin Ag against wind companies, and against Maybe a cup of coffee Connection reported that Wisconsin could to help. landowners who agree to host wind She had papers spread will help her think. Sen. Frank Lasee plans to introduce turbines, are possible. The court To the editor: out all over the kitchen legislation that would give families stated that the plaintiff’s evidence I write today to apThe writer is a veteran that have been physically, emotionally shows that they have already suffered table and was jotting plaud and appreciate down ideas. The first and newspaperman and out- or financially harmed by industrial harm through loss in property values the recent comments of most obvious one was to doorsman who is a regis- wind turbines the legal right to sue and interference with the use and en- Congressman Jim Jortered outfitter and guide. for damages. take advantage of the joyment of their properties. Evidence dan. Jordan represents He has written novels local paper and send Sen. Lasee’s bill will enable anyone was submitted that wind turbines the 4th District of them a news release. Oh, and nonfiction books who is harmed by industrial wind tur- have a high probability of causing which Shelby County is based on rural living and bines the ability to sue both the wind sleep disturbance, annoyance, they might want advera part. Recently, Conhe has also been an tising money, too … tower owner and the owner of the headache, tinnitus, ear pressure, gressman Jordan they’re kinda funny that award-winning columland on which the tower is located, for dizziness, vertigo, nausea, visual blur- stated: “Instead of trynist for the largest daily way … but a news reloss of property value, cost of moving, ring, and tachycardia. The court acing to exempt members newspapers in Alaska lease comes out looking cost of medical expenses, pain and cepted that property values are likely of Congress from Obaalmost like a news story. and New Mexico. He lives suffering, attorney fees, and any other presently devalued between 22 to 50 macare, why don’t we The trick is, it can’t look in Albuquerque. loss as a result of the industrial wind percent or more. exempt EVERY Ameriturbine that is too close to their home Even if wind-turbine land-lease can from Obamacare?” or property. contracts did indicate that the windThis is a statement Sen. Lasee says it is uncondevelopment company would bear the that I very much agree ETTERS TO THE EDITOR scionable for a family that has inwith. I am pleased to cost of such lawsuits, that may not vested hundreds of thousands of matter if the wind-development com- be represented by a dollars in their home that they have pany is based overseas or goes bank- congressman who is standing up to the lived in for years to be forced to move rupt. Landowners can’t hide their hypocrisy that we often because an industrial wind tower is assets overseas or in bankruptcy, so see in Congress. I am To the editor: built nearby, or wish that they could they would be a target for such lawnot in favor of ObaOn March 21, the Mercer County Township move but just can’t afford it. suits. Trustees Association adopted a resolution stating The bill will prohibit wind tower The only winner in this whole mess macare, and more importantly it is wrong their position in relation to the present industrial- owners or the owners of the land they seems to be the international windfor Congress to pass a sized wind-development efforts in northern Merare sited on from using as a defense development company who receives cer County. the fact that the wind power facility our tax subsidies and tax abatements. law like this and exConcerns cited by the Mercer County Township had been properly permitted. Dave Hemmert empt themselves from Trustees Association in adopting their resolution On April 23, The Wall Street Jour12649 Taylor Road it. I am also truly apinclude: nal reported that an Ontario Superior Wapakoneta preciative that Con• Concern that the development of industrialgressman Jordan has sized wind-generating power plant in populated been dedicated to being areas like ours can have many long-term negative a fiscal conservative, consequences. and has worked to be • A large industrial wind development can responsible with the To the the editor: donation is too small. Memorial dohave many potential short- and long-term negataxpayers’ dollars. Our On behalf of the Shelby County nations in the amount of $355 can tive impacts to both the local road system and to congressman has Veterans to D.C. Committee, I exalso be made in honor of a family economic development opportunities. earned endorsements member, father, mother, grandparThe resolution states that it is not the intent of tend sincere appreciation to all of and awards form orthose who donated, participated, and ent, etc. This covers the entire the Mercer county Township Association to proganizations such as mote large industrial wind development in Mercer supported our “yard sale” during the amount of a veteran’s trip. Americans for Tax Rerecent Anna Garage Sale weekChecks may be made payable to County, but rather to discourage them. form, the Council for end. Special gratitude goes to Ray VFW Post 4239, “Vets to DC” and The Mercer County trustees raise valid conCitizens Against Govmailed to P.O. Box 408, Anna, OH and Troy Kies for providing their facerns and I would hope that the Shelby County ernment Waste and 45302. All donations are tax-detownship trustees will adopt a similar resolution. cility and accommodating our others for his dedicaDon Rosenbeck efforts. The proceeds from this ven- ductible. tion to being responsiPlease feel free to contact our 18280 Linker Road ture will assist to fund a ninth Veterble with taxpayers committee, (937) 638-6326 or (937) ans Trip to our nation’s capital on Jackson Center 968-8670, for applications or to clar- dollars. Sept. 20-22. I am proud that I ify any questions you may have, or This excursion to Washington, had worked to further D.C., will be free of charge to any check out our website: http//shelbythe re-election efforts of Shelby County WWII, Korea or Viet- countyvetstodc.blog.com. Congressman Jordan, The “Vets to DC” trips honor our nam veteran that has not previously and to have circulated To the editor: visited their respective memorial. A country’s veterans: true patriots, a petition to help place There was a recent break-in at the Anna Storethat gave so much yet asked for little contingent of family members, volhim on the ballot. It is N-Lock in Anna. A total of five units were broken in return. With the sacrifices they unteers and medical providers will a great thing to be repinto, one of which included a unit for the Anna assist veterans with their individual gave and the meritorious values they resented by a fiscally Cub Scouts, ranging in age from 7 to 12. needs. Each volunteer/provider will defended, we continue to enjoy a free responsible U.S. conAs leaders, we do our best to teach those scouts assume their own expenses associand democratic way of life. “Let us gressman. Congressthe importance of respecting not only their own ated with this trip. serve and honor those who have alman Jordan is working property, but that of others, discipline for knowing The organizing committee is reready paid the price.” hard for the citizens of what is right or wrong, and taking pride in what questing financial support from indiShelby County Vets our great nation. they have. It’s a sad situation when items are viduals, businesses and to DC Committee Robert J. Luckey III taken from children who do their best at achievorganizations to fund this effort. No Roger L. Lentz,Treasurer 644 Ann Place ing their goals. To those individuals who stole items from the storage units, shame on you and your disrespectEditorial ful stealing. 498-8088 Retail Advertising Sharon Billing 498-5980 Anna Cub Scout Pack 301 Classified Advertising 15100 County Road 25A 1451 N. Vandemark Rd., Sidney, OH 45365 498-5925 www.sidneydailynews.com Anna

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Minster agency rated top 10 since 1937. Rod Rupp, executive vice president of AutoOwners, thanked the agency for its support and its business, stating, “Their growth and support only help to make the entire community stronger and more secure. We are grateful they choose to do business with us.” Auto-Owners Insurance was founded in 1916 and has served Ohio since 1936. AutoOwners Insurance is a Fortune 500 company and is the 18th-largest property/casualty insurance company in the nation, based on written

premium. Auto-Owners Insurance Group is one of only nine groups of insurance companies in the United States to receive the highest rating possible, A++ Superior, by A.M. Best, which is a nationally recognized rating agency for insurance companies. Auto-Owners has received the J.D. Power and Associates award for the Highest in Customer Satisfaction with the Auto Insurance Claims Experience, five years in a row, for 2008 to 2012. Auto-Owners is headquartered in Lansing, Mich., and serves policyholders in 26 states.

marketing. The Moon City BNI chapter has generated over $280,000 worth of business for its members in the past year. Moon City BNI’s Visitor Day will be held on May 14 at 7:30 a.m. at the Wapakoneta Country Club, 18781 State Route 501, north of WaDirectors pakoneta. Jim Weghorst and Mark Strickler will be shar-

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ing BNI’s secrets to success through “word of mouth” marketing. Anyone interested in growing their business is encouraged to attend. Reservations are required. Call Melanie Fullenkamp at (419) 234-1154 to reserve space for your business. For more information about BNI, visit the website at www.bniohio.com.

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Staying organized Lori Firsdon, owner of Forte Organizers in Centerville, gives advice on how to stay organized at work and manage time well during a program to help support staff in recognition of Administrative Professionals Day at Edison Community College Wednesday. One of her suggestions was to get rid of candy bowls on desks to prevent too many munching coworkers from distracting employees from their work.

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Koenig earns certification BOTKINS — Koenig Equipment has earned Deere FarmJohn SightCertification, joining a select group of national dealerships who have attained this recognition. John Deere awards this certification to dealers who have made significant advancements in the Integrated Solutions/AMS segment of their business. By developing and executing a comprehensive, company-wide strategy, Koenig Equipment has surpassed numerous milestones, thereby affirming its commitment to Integrated Solutions and to its valued customers. Koenig Equipment realizes that farmers’ business needs are evolving, and the Integrated Solutions team is dedicated to assisting farmers in proactively meeting those challenges with John Deere FarmSight offerings. Current John Deere FarmSight services offered by Koenig Equipment encompass machine and display setup, machine optimization, accurate data collection, seamless data transfer, data analysis, and decision making. Specialized precision products and technology, combined with wireless mobile networks, enable Koenig Equipment to

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STOCK MARKET Listed are Tuesday’s stock market prices at closing for firms in the Sidney-Shelby County area traded on the major markets. NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE This Week Chng. Alcoa Inc...............8.50 +0.08 (PF of Alcoa Building Products, Stolle Machinery) Appld Ind. Tech..42.23 -0.31 BP PLC ADR......43.60 +0.97 Citigroup ............46.66 -0.16 Emerson Elec. ....55.51 +0.20 (PF of Copeland Corp. Division) Griffon Corp. ......10.29 +0.04 (PF of Clopay Corp.) H&R Block Inc...27.74 -0.21 Honda Motor .....39.99 -0.72 Ill. Toolworks .....64.56 -0.27 (Parent company of Peerless) JC Penney Co.....16.42 -0.77 (Store in Piqua) JP Morgan Chase49.01 +0.09 (Former Bank One, Sidney) Kroger Co. ..........34.38 -0.07 (PF of Kroger) Meritor .................5.80 +1.05

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE This Week Chng. Lear Corp ...........57.78 +0.72 (PF of C.H. Masland) McDonalds Corp.102.14 -0.04 Radio Shack .........3.17 +0.02 Sherwin-Wllms 183.11 +0.40 Sprint ...................7.04 -0.08 Thor Industries..37.08 -0.82 (PF of Airstream Inc.) Time Warner Inc.59.78 -0.35 (PF of Time Warner Cable) U.S. Bancorp ......33.28 -0.01 (Former Star Bank of Sidney) Walgreen Co.......49.51 +0.09 Walmart Stores .77.72 -0.67 Wendy’s Int. Inc. ..5.69 +0.01 YUM! Brands.....68.12 +0.52 (PF of Taco Bell, Kentucky Fried Chicken and Pizza Hut) OVER THE COUNTER Bob Evans ..........43.34 +0.52 Fifth Third ........17.03 +0.20 Peoples Bank .......9.50 0

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symposium BOTKINS — Staff of The Hairitage House in Botkins attended a twoday symposium in Perrysburg recently. The guest speaker and instructor was Wayne Grund, owner and founder of Surface all-natural products. Grund presents seminars in Europe, South Africa, Australia, Japan, Canada and the United States. Grund said Surface is committed to providing superior professional products that respect personal health and the earth. Hairitage House staff members attending were owner Connie Mielke, Diane Hoehne, Joni Burmeister and Audrey Comer.

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Lifestyle changes affect GERD symptoms DEAR DR. My internist ROACH: If, as wants me to see a they currently gastroenterolosay, 72 is the new gist and have an 30, then that endoscopy done, makes me 37 but I’m leery of years old. I’ve the risks of introbeen dealing with ducing a foreign the effects of object down my GERD for the To your throat. My feelpast two or more ings are that it’s a good years. For a year, diagnostic procehealth dure, and not one I took omeprazole, which I bethat may cure me, Dr. Keith lieve was so why subject Roach responsible for an myself to that? immediate weight gain I understand that and a worsening of my GERD is a chronic conosteopenia. It was a nasty dition, but what causes drug from which to wean it in the first place? — myself, but I did it. Cur- L.M. rently, I’m not taking any ANSWER: GERD medication for this condi- (gastroesophageal reflux tion. disease) is an extraordiI’ve made changes in narily common condition diet and lifestyle, and that comes about when have been sleeping on an stomach acid splashes incline; I’m trying to keep backward, up the esophaportion size of meals to a gus — the muscular tube minimum; and I have that conducts food from been chewing a lot of the throat to the stomsugar-free gum whenever ach. Acid isn’t meant to I feel the need for relief. enter the esophagus; So far, it’s been working there is a muscular valve quite well, except for called the lower evenings, after I’ve quit esophageal sphincter eating for the day. Can that should prevent food GERD problems be trig- and acid from going the gered by an empty stom- wrong way. Symptoms ach? may include heartburn, a

sour taste in the back of the throat, a cough or no symptoms at all. What causes GERD? Although several conditions are known to predispose a person to GERD, many people with no risk factors at all have symptoms of GERD. At least 15 percent of people have GERD symptoms in any given week. Known risks include being overweight or pregnant (increased abdominal pressure tends to push food backward), having a hiatal hernia or diabetes, and many medications, especially high blood pressure medicines like calcium channel blockers and asthma medicines like albuterol. You have mentioned some important treatments. Sleeping on an incline (the whole bed needs to be inclined — using lots of pillows usually doesn’t work) helps by keeping acid down in the stomach when you sleep. Reducing portion size is also important, as is reducing fat intake, which tends to worsen GERD. As such, empty stomachs seem to be best

for most people with GERD. I wonder if the chewing gum is helping you by having you swallow more, which also helps clear acid from the esophagus. Omeprazole certainly can cause weight gain and predispose one to bone loss, so I agree with relying on lifestyle changes and not medication, if possible. However, some people need medication. The old-fashioned H2 blockers, like ranitidine (Zantac) or famotidine (Pepcid) still are good medicines, and they have the advantage of being used on an asneeded basis. Omeprazole and its ilk are very useful, but I think they are overused. I have only one disagreement with you: There is a time to get the endoscopy done. I have seen too many serious problems misdiagnosed as GERD. The risk of an endoscopy is less than the benefit gained by making sure it’s not a serious problem in the stomach or esophagus. Make an appointment with a gastroenterologist.

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100 years May 1, 1913 Colonel Henry Jervey, a member of the special board of government engineers, appointed by the secretary of war to investigate flood conditions in the Miami valley, is making arrangements to inspect the topography of the country around the Grand reservoir at Celina; the Lewistown reservoir at Lakeview; and the Loramie reservoir. He will make the inspection later this week, following the meeting being held in Cincinnati on the flooding situation. ——— A question in which Sidney building and loan association stockholders are vitally interested is before the federal court in Cincinnati. This question is whether or not building and loan companies receiving deposits from or making loans to others than their own members are liable to the government for the excise tax on their income under the federal corporation income tax law. Andrew J. Hess, of Sidney, and F.L. Wells of Wellsville, are representing the Ohio Savings and Loan League in the presentation of its arguments. ——— The I.K.I.A. club was at the entertained home of Mrs. Elizabeth Rebstock last evening with a four-course dinner. Officers were elected for the coming year as follows: Mrs. C.S. Laughlin, president; Dan K. Toy, vice president; Frank Lucas, secretary, and Dr. W.D. Snyder, treasurer.

75 years May 1, 1938 At the regular meeting of city council last evening a resolution was unanimously approved declaring the intention to sponsor an estimated $117,000 WPA project for the purpose of improving certain streets and avenues in the city of Sidney. The resolution was passed following a discussion of the plan proposed for the removal of the old Western Ohio railroad rails from Wapakoneta avenue and Main avenue and on Court street, from Main avenue to Ohio avenue, the portions of which streets are a part of the state highway system. The state highway department has already made a survey for the proposed improvement, which according to estimates prepared will cost the city but a nominal amount, about $700. ——— Postmaster William Swonger said today that the plans for the airmail flight from Sidney on May 19, call for the plane to leave this city about 2:45 p.m. The plane will take off from Celina, making stops at St. Marys, Wapakoneta, Sidney, Piqua, and Troy,

arriving in Dayton in time to make connections with the airmail flights from the airport there. Swonger said a field for the landing of the plane here has been selected but is subject to approval by a post office department inspector.

50 years May 1, 1963 The parents committee for the 1963 JuniorSenior Post-Prom party today were completing plans for the traditional affair to be held Friday evening at Avon Lake pavilion. Co-chairmen for the affair are: Mr. and Mrs. William Paul Wick and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Langhorst, with Dan Helman acting as treasurer. ——— Mrs. Harvey C. Thorne was elected president of the Ladies Auxiliary, Fraternal Order of the Eagles, for the 1963-64 year. She was named during the regular Auxiliary’s meeting held Monday evening to which twenty-eight members were present. Serving with her will be Mrs. Walter Hughes, vice president; Mrs. Herman Barker, chaplain; Pat Lenhart, conductor; Mrs. Harold Glass, treasurer, Mrs. Charles Kinstier, secretary; Mrs. Henry Wolaver, inside guard; Mrs. Earl Weipert, outside guard; Mrs. Melvin Stengel, Mrs. Floyd Sharp and Mrs. Milton Jacobs, trustees.

25 years May 1, 1988 FORT LORAMIE — Five hundred people Archbishop heard Daniel Pilarcyzk celebrate a sesquicentennial Mass and dedicate a new altar at newly-refurbished St. Michael Catholic Church Sunday evening. The Mass marked the150th anniversary of the founding of the St. Michael parish. Pilarcyzk also dedicated the new altar at the church, as well as blessing the new pulpit. ——— Dancing, the crowning of a prom king and queen, and the awarding of prizes all were part of the Sidney High School’s prom and after-prom parties, held Saturday night. Ardiss Luce, one of the Sidney High School prom advisers, said “an over-whelming amount of kids” attended this year’s prom. Nearly 500 people were there, she said. In recent years, an average of 300 to 350 students have attended, she noted.

Man peeking out of closet should open it all the way DEAR ABBY: it would “hurt so My oldest son many people.” came out to me as I will keep his a gay man in a secret, but there private conversais a young tion. I have no woman he is livproblem with ing with and him being gay; planning to however, I DO marry, and I do have a problem not believe this is Dear with the fact that fair to her or her Abby he has asked me child. He is not Abigail not to tell anyone. happy being a He isn’t ready to Van Buren gay man, and come out to anythat’s why he’s one else. I tried to advise choosing to live a lie. He him that until he is true was raised in church and to himself, he won’t be feels like he is betraying happy. God by being gay. My son says if he How can I support comes out to anyone else, him and lie to this young

woman he is with? My son is so confused. How do I help him and keep his secret at the same time? — ANONYMOUS DEAR ANONYMOUS: Your son may not be “happy” being a gay man, but that is who he is. For him to keep a secret like this from his fiancee, who plans to share the rest of her life with him, will be MORE hurtful to her if he goes through with the wedding than telling her now. Help him by encouraging him to seek counseling through an LGBT

community center. It will be strictly confidential, and there is nothing he can tell them they haven’t heard before. He has already cracked open his closet door by disclosing his sexual orientation to you. This tells me that on some level he wants to open it all the way. He is fortunate that he has a parent who is as accepting and wise about life as you. Continue talking to him and encourage him to talk more with you. It may help him to become more comfortable opening up and to accept reality.

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Lady Cavs snap streak with 11-1 win Lehman snapped a threegame losing streak with an 11-1 win over Fairlawn in girls softball action Tuesday at Flanagan Softball Complex. The Lady Cavs, 6-9, got two doubles and a single from Ava Schmitz, three hits from Julia Harrelson and two hits from Ellie Cain. For Fairlawn, Samantha Forman had two hits and Abby Stemen had a double. The linescore: Fairlawn...................000 100_ 1 4 1 Lehman ....................123 132_11 10 0 WP: Bundy; LP: Watkins Records: Lehman 6-9, Fairlawn 0-13.

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SIDNEY’S JACOB Lochard (left) reaches to put the tag on Piqua’s Jacob Teague in baseball action at Sidney Tuesday. Piqua scored late to beat the Jackets 4-2.

Jackets edged by Piqua In coach Bill Shoffner’s words, the Sidney Yellow Jackets gift-wrapped a victory for archrival Piqua with a bad sixth inning defensively, leading to a 4-2 setback in Greater Western Ohio Conference North play. Sidney is now 5-3 in the North and 9-8 overall. Sidney scored twice in the second but Piqua came back to tie it with runs in the third and fourth. In the top of the sixth, a couple of throwing errors allowed Piqua to score twice. “We couldn’t get it going offensively,” said Shoffner. “Piqua’s pitcher (Gordon) kept us off balance. (Connor) Echols threw well but the errors just killed us. But take nothing away from Piqua. They came to our house and took it from us. We struck out 21 times and had nine errors in these two games with Piqua and that’s not how a championship caliber team plays.” Jake Lochard singled and doubled for the Jackets.

been a leader for us all year.” Greene had two hits for the Jacob Marvin had two hits Pirates. Anna’s Robinson pitched for Fairlawn. The linescore: eight innings and struck out Fairlawn..................100 200 0_3 7 2 10, and Matt Cummings came Lehman ...................101 000 2_4 8 2 Caudill (LP) and Bishop; Proffitt on and threw two scoreless innings in relief to get the win. and Schutt. Records: Lehman 13-4, Fairlawn Anna outhit Riverside 9-4. 7-11.

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Big win for Minster MINSTER — Minster came up with a key Midwest Athletic Conference victory Tuesday, beating Coldwater 20 behind the pitching of Adam Niemeyer. The two teams went in as the league’s only unbeatens. Minster is now 4-0 in the league and 14-1 overall. Coldwater is 2-1 and 14-3. Niemeyer allowed just two hits while striking out eight. In addition, he singled in the first run of the game after Jay Eilerman led off the first with a walk, stole second and moved to third on a passed ball. Minster’s second run came with two out and nobody on in the fourth. Brandon Hoying, who had two hits, singled and Josh Nixon walked. Two passed balls scored Hoying.

The linescore: Riverside ..........000 000 010 0_1 4 1 Anna.................000 000 010 1_2 9 1 Guthrie, Barnes (8) (LP) and Bollinger; Robinson, M. Cummings (9) (LP) and Doseck Records: Anna 7-9, Riverside 128.

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score without a throw home. For New Bremen, Caitlyn Everhart had a big day, going 3-for-4, all three being doubles. Samantha Luedeke also had a double for Bremen, and Julia Brown had two singles. The linescore: New Bremen ...........101 000 0_2 6 1 Loramie ...................000 102 x_3 3 2 WP: Ordean; LP: Sprague Records: Fort Loramie 13-4, New Bremen 7-7.

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HOUSTON — Houston lost its second straight, getting edged by Parkway in —— non-league play 2-1 Tuesday. Loramie gets Houston is now 14-6 on the year. past Bremen 3-2 Nicolette Holthaus singled FORT LORAMIE — The Fort Loramie Lady Redskins and doubled and Macey Stang had their hands full with vis- had two singles. The linescore: iting New Bremen in nonParkway ................000 100 0_ 2 5 1 league softball action Houston.................000 001 0_12 4 1 Tuesday, needing two runs in WP: Snyder; LP: New Records: Houston 14-6, Parkway the bottom of the sixth to pull out a 3-2 thriller over the 10-4. —— Lady Cardinals. Russia loses “It was a close and exciting game,” said Loramie coach to Coldwater Brad Turner. “We were fortuRUSSIA — Russia led 6-4 nate to win this one. New Bre- after three innings but Coldmen outhit us but Paige water struck for eight runs in Ordean had some big strike- the fourth and went on to beat outs to get us out of some the Lady Raiders 14-8 in nonjams. Three times in the league softball Tuesday here. game, she struck out the last Sarah Young and Julia batter of the inning with at Drees both had two hits for least one runner in scoring Russia. The linescore: position.” Ordean finished with 13 Coldwater............040 810 1_14 14 0 Russia..................150 020 0_ 8 8 10 strikeouts. WP: Homan; LP: Young New Bremen led 2-0 after Records: Russia 7-10,Coldwater single runs in the first and 4-12. —— third innings. Loramie got a run in the fourth but still JC falls to Minster trailed 2-1 going to the bottom JACKSON CENTER — of the sixth. Minster whipped Jackson The first two batters in the Center 15-3 in five innings. inning struck out, but Ordean Regan Hahn was 3-for-4 for had a single and Ashley Or- Minster and Kayla Richard dean walked. Elizabeth and Marissa Conrad were 2-3. The linescore: Barhorst then drove a pitch over the right fielder’s head, Minster......................144 70_15 13 0 30_ 3 2 1 and pinch-runners Kassidy JC ...............................000 WP: Dickman; LP: Richard Broaddrick and Taylor TimRecords: Jackson 2-10, Minster merman both came around to 11-3.

The linescore: Piqua .......................001 102 0_4 4 3 Sidney .....................020 000 0_2 5 4 Gordon (WP) and Nix; Echols (LP), Lauth (7) and Niswonger. Records: Sidney 9-7, Piqua 11The linescore: 11. Coldwater................000 000 0_0 2 0 Minster....................100 100 x_2 6 0 —— Caudill (LP) and Bishop; Proffitt Lehman rallies and Schutt. Records: Lehman 13-4, Fairlawn to edge Fairlawn 7-11.

Lehman rallied for two runs in the bottom of the seventh to pull out a 4-3 thriller over Fairlawn in non-league baseball action Tuesday at Lehman. The Cavs, 13-4, loaded the bases with nobody out in the seventh. Cole Proffitt scored on a sacrifice fly and the Cavs won it on a double by Andrew Gilardi. Nate Bosway had two hits as did Austin Arnold for Lehman. Greg Spearman scored three times and stole five bases. “Cole hung in there,” said Lehman coach Dave King of Proffitt. “Not much run support. (Brad) Caudill pitched well for them. And I’m happy for Andrew (Gilardi) He’s

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Anna wins 2-1 in 10 innings ANNA — Both teams scored in the eighth, then Anna pushed a run across in the 10th to edge Riverside in a dandy here Tuesday, 2-1. The win puts Anna at 7-9 on the year and Riverside at 12-8. Zach Zimpfer doubled and scored the tying run on a suicide squeeze bunt by Dustin Poeppelman in the eighth. In the 10th, Josh Robinson, who was 2-for-4, delivered a game-winning base hit. Ryan Counts had a double, SDN Photo/Luke Gronneberg did Poeppelman. Dalton Bollinger had two LEHMAN’S JULIA Harrelson reaches for a high throw as Fairlawn’s Samantha Forman slides doubles and an RBI and Luke safely across the plate in softball action at Flanagan Softball Complex Tuesday.

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Anna hands Houston 1st league loss HOUSTON — Anna pulled off the biggest upset of the softball season so far, stunning the league-leading Houston Lady Wildcats Monday night, 7-1 in girls action at Houston. The loss knocked Houston out of sole possession of first place in the County standings. The Lady Wildcats are now 7-1 in league play. Russia is 6-1 and Fort Loramie 5-1. Overall, Houston is 14-5. Anna is 3-4 in the County and pulls even on the year at 6-6. The Lady Rockets made it tough on Houston right from the start, scoring five times in the top of the first, the big blow being a two-run homer by Chloe Egbert. Anna added single runs in the fifth and sixth and that made it 70 because the Lady

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All W-L 14-6 7-10 13-4 6-7 2-9 4-7 0-13

Wildcats were not getting anything off Anna starter Kylie Keener. She allowed only one hit up to the sixth inning and finished with a fivehitter, with six strikeouts. “It was just one of those games,” said Houston coach Brent New. “They came out busting us up in the first inning. They had a couple of key two-out hits in the first inning on balls that dropped just over the in-

field. And when we hit the ball hard, they made the plays.” Alexis Phillips came up big for the Lady Rockets, going 4-for-4. Egbert had the big homer in the first and Cayleigh Kirtley singled and doubled. “It was a great win for us,” said Anna coach Tim McMahan. “The girls feel good about themselves and we’re finally starting to play well. We got some key hits and we were up 5-0 before they batted. And that was huge.”

Houston’s loss and the Raiders’ 9-4 win over Jackson Center. Russia is now 6-1 in the league and 7-9 overall. Jackson falls to 2-6 in the County and 2-8 overall. For Russia, Julia Drees had two hits and drove in three, Taylor Borchers had two hits and drove in two and Sara Young had two hits. Hannah Sherman and Kennedy Metz both doubled. For JC, Hannah Meyer hit a three-run homer and Meredith Himmeger had three hits.

on the strength of a 10run second. Tony Berning had four hits, including a home run and two doubles. She also drove in six runs, and struck out nine in getting the win on the mound. Kassidy Broaddrick had three hits, and Danielle Wehrman, Megan Bollheimer, Holly Frey, and Ashley Ordean all had two hits. BollWehrman, heimer, Frey and Ordean also had doubles. For Fairlawn, Sam Forman singled and doubled and Dana Stanley had two doubles.

The linescore: Anna ...........500 011 0_7 10 1 The linescore: Houston ......000 000 1_1 5 2 Russia .........031 210 2_9 11 1 The linescore: WP: Keener; LP: New JC................100 030 0_4 5 2 Fairlawn ........100 00_ 1 7 4 Records: Anna 6-6, HousWP: Young; LP: Gies Loramie .....1(10)6 5x_22 21 0 ton 14-5. Records: Russia 7-9, JackWP: Berning; LP: Watkins —— son 2-8. Records: Loramie 12-4, —— Fairlawn 0-12. Russia downs

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Loramie wins big in County

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Minster beats JACKSON CENTER — Russia moved into a FORT LORAMIE — Bremen in MAC tie for first in the loss Fort Loramie had no MINSTER — Minster column in the County trouble beating Fairlawn jumped out to a 3-0 lead standings thanks to Monday, winning 22-1 after two innings and

went on to beat New Bremen in Midwest Athletic conference play Monday, 6-1. The Lady Wildcats are now 9-7 and Bremen 7-6. For Minster, Nicole Brandewie, Marissa Conrad and Regan Hahn all had two hits apiece and Brandewie drove in two runs. Conrad had a double. The linescore: Bremen .........000 010 0_1 7 2 Minster .........120 021 x_6 9 0 WP: Richard; LP: Sprague Records: Minster 9-7, NB 7-6.

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Sidney falls 13-0 PIQUA — Sidney’s girls lost to a strong Piqua team 13-0 Monday. The Lady Jackets are now 4-11 and Piqua 162. The linescore: Sidney.............000 00_ 0 2 2 Piqua..............453 1x_13 11 1 WP: Dotson; LP: Barker Records: Sidney 4-11, Piqua 16-2.

Sidney whips Piqua 8-4 for GWOC North victory

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A Lady Jacket in training Kaleigh Smith, 7, daughter of Ken and Stephanie Smith of Sidney, participates in the “Jackets in Training” running program in front of Sidney High School recently. Youngsters in grades 3-through6 are put through drills and conditioning by SHS cross country coach Ken Kellner, who heads up the program. Kellner reports that there are 53 participants this year, an increase of 15 over last year. The runners meet every Tuesday and Thursday for an hour, and the program lasts through May 9.

BASEBALL Jackson Center blanks W-G JACKSON CENTER — Jackson Center won 2-0 over WaynesfieldGoshen in non-league baseball action Tuesday afternoon. The win puts the Tigers at 4-7 on the season. Alex Meyer pitched a complete game, allowing six hits and striking out seven. He was also 2-for2 at the plate with the big hit of the game, a two-out, two-run single in the bottom of the third inning. Gavin Wildermuth also had two hits for the Tigers. The linescore: W-G ..............000 000 0_0 6 1 JC .................002 000 x_2 6 0 Little (LP) and Schultz; Meyer and Wildermuth, Records: JC 4-7

—— Bremen blanks Marion Local MARIA STEIN — New Bremen beat Marion Local 4-0 Tuesday in MAC play behind the one-hit shutout pitching of Clay Bertke and Trevor Kizmiller. The Cardinals, 5-12, scored once in each of the first two innings and added two more in the

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sixth. That was enough for Bertke, who struck out nine in 52/3 innings. Luke Schwieterman went 3-for-5 at the plate for Bremen and had a double and scored twice. David Zirkle was 2-for-4 and Morgen Sindelar had a double for the Cards. The linescore: Bremen ........110 002 0_4 9 2 Marion .........000 000 0_0 1 3 WP: Bertke Records: NB 5-12, ML 5-11

—— Rangers edged by Fort Recovery NEW KNOXVILLE — Fort Recovery edged New Knoxville 6-5 in Midwest Athletic Conference baseball action Tuesday. The Rangers fell behind 3-0 in the first. It was 4-0 when New Knoxville scord three in the fourth to cut the lead to one. But Fort Recovery added two in the fifth and the Rangers came up short. For the Rangers, Adam Howe had two hits, including a two-run single and a double. KV Mooney added two singles. The linescore: Recovery...............300 120 0_6 NK ........................000 311 0_5 WP: Schroer; LP: Howe Records: NK 5-7, FR 11-6.

PIQUA — Sidney posted a big Greater Western Ohio Conference North Division win Monday in high school baseball action, beating Piqua 8-4 at Hardman Field. The win put the Yellow Jackets at 5-2 in the North and just one game behind Vandalia. “Great win for the program to go on the road with a big game atmosphere and play well,” said Sidney coach Bill Shoffner. “We had some timely hitting.” Kaleb Dotson led the game off with a hit and Ryan Penley followed with a double. Then in the third Jacob Lochard had a big two-run double that gave the Jackets a 4-0 lead. Bobby Benshoff was outstanding at the plate, going 3-for-4 and driving in three runs. Penley went the distance for the Jackets and scattered six Piqua hits. Penley singled and doubled, Sammy Niswonger had two hits, and Connor Echols and Lochard both doubled. “We made plays behind Penley and he finally got the fate he deserved with another good pitching performance,” Shoffner said. “I am very proud of our team. In the last weeks we are playing with a chance at the league title. I actually got laughs from people before the season when I said I thought we had what it took to compete in the GWOC. Ultimately it doesn’t matter what anyone thinks. It’s what we as a team believe and right now we are feeling really good about ourselves.” The linescores: Sidney..........202 200 2_8 12 3 Piqua ...........001 001 2_6 6 0 Penley (WP) and Niswonger; Bermeister (LP), Reedy (4) and Nix. Records: Sidney 9-7, Piqua 10-11.

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Anna blanks Houston 10-0

MONDAY 10. He allowed just two hits. The linescores: Anna ..............203 05_10 12 1 Houston .........000 00_ 0 2 3 Brinkman (WP) and Doseck; Jolly and Miller; Records: Anna 6-9, Houston 2-14.

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Russia’s Francis no-hits Jackson JACKSON CENTER — Russia broke open a tight game in the final two innings and beat Jackson Center 7-0 in County play Monday on a no-hitter Treg by Francis. T h e Raiders, 15-4, led 20 after five but got three in the sixth Francis and two in the seventh. Treg Francis was 3for-5 with two doubles to lead the Raiders, and Austin Gariety had a double and drove in two. Francis was outstanding on the mound, going the distance and striking out 13 Jackson hitters. The linescores: Russia ...........100 103 2_7 7 1 JC..................000 000 0_0 0 2 Francis (WP) and Tebbe; Rogers (LP), Mabry (3) and Meyer. Records: Russia 15-4, JC 3-7.

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Loramie blanks Fairlawn 9-0

beat New Knoxville 5-1 in Midwest Athletic baseball Conference Monday. The Rangers, 5-6, got one in the third on a walk to Ryan Schott and singles by Jake Allen and Michael Porter. But the Flyers tied it in the fourth, then scored four times in the fifth. Aaron Nietfeld singled in the run in the fourth, and had a threerun double in the fifth for the Flyers. The linescores: Marion ..................000 140 0_5 NK ........................001 000 0_1 WP: Rethman; LP: Allen

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V-Tigers blank St. Henry 8-0 VERSAILLES — The Versailles Tigers posted a key Midwest Athletic Conference win Monday, blanking the St. Henry Redskins 8-0. St. Henry came into the game 3-0 in the league and Versailles 21. They are both now behind Minster and Coldwater. Overall, the Tigers are now 15-5. “It was our most complete game of the season, said Tiger coach Mitch Hoying. “We got solid pitching and solid defense, and had good offensive execution.” Versailles got excellent pitching from Jace Barga for five innings and Craig Langenkamp for two. They combined on a five-hitter, with five strikeouts, all by Barga. Damien Richard, Dan Borchers and Lee Ruhenkamp all had two hits apiece for Versailles. Both of Borchers’ hits were doubles, Richard had a triple, and Barga, Mike Davidson and Kyle Niekamp all doubled. Mike Rutschilling had a home run.

FORT LORAMIE — The Fort Loramie Redskins remained unbeaten in County play at 7-0 with a 10-0 blanking of Fairlawn in County play Monday. The Redskins are now 8-11 overall. Loramie starter Grant Olberding went the first five and allowed just two hits while striking out four. The linescores: For Loramie, Zach St. Henry ....000 000 0_0 5 1 Brandewie had three Versailles ....100 124 x_8 11 2 WP: Barga hits, Devon Braun three —— hits and Seth Guillozet Raiders split two hits. One of Brandewie’s hits was a triple DH with St. and Luke Gephart had a Henry double. RUSSIA — Russia Brandewie also stole played a doubleheader three bases. Loramie on Saturday and split stole 10 bases in all. with visiting St. The linescores: Henry. Fairlawn ........000 000_0 2 0 The Raiders won the Loramie .........103 321_9 11 0 WP: Olberding; LP: Mar- first game 3-2, scoring all their runs in the botvin. Records: Loramie 8-11, tom of the fourth. Fairlawn 7-10. Down 2-0, Treg Fran——

HOUSTON — Anna rolled to a 10-0 five-inning victory over Houston in County baseball Monday. The Rockets, 6-9 overall and 4-4 in the league, got three hits from Carter Bensman, two doubles from Nick Doseck, a single and a triple from Dustin Poeppelman and two hits Rangers fall from Josh Robinson, who to Marion Local also drove in two runs. NEW KNOXVILLE Pitcher Alex Brinkman went all five — Marion Local used a innings and struck out four-run fifth inning to

cis walked and stole second, then stole third after an out. Bailey Francis then singled to score Francis, Isaiah Counts doubled, and Brad Schafer singled to right to score both runners and give the Raiders a lead. Nolan Francis went the distance and wound up with a five-hitter, with five strikeouts. In the second game, St. Henry broke a 4-4 tie with four in the top of the seventh and went on to win 8-6. For Russia, Treg Francis and Bailey Francis were both 3-for4. The linescores: First game: St. Henry ......001 100 0_2 5 0 Russia ...........000 300 x_3 6 2 N. Francis (WP) and Tebbe; Stammen and Holoman. Second game: St. Henry ....300 010 4_8 13 1 Russia .........003 010 2_6 11 3 Hoying, Sherman (1) (LP) and Tebbe; Kremer (WP), Jacobs (7), Post (7) and Brus. Records: Russia 14-4, St. Henry 13-4.

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Jets sweep doubleheader Fairlawn took both games of a doubleheader Saturday over Mechanicsburg, winning the first 7-4 and taking the second 4-3 with three in the bottom of the seventh. The Jets were led in the first game by Brad Caudill, who was 3-for4, and Jacob Marvin and Seth Bishop, both 2-for-3. All three had doubles. In the nightcap, the Jets were down 3-1 going to the last of the seventh. Grant Covault and Cameron Hina both singled to start the inning, and after a sacrifice by Ross Covault, Caudill doubled home two runs to tie it up. After an intentional walk, Ryan Lessing singled home the winning run. Hina had two hits for the Jets and Seth Bishop pitched a complete game four-hitter. The linescores: First game: Mech’burg....200 002 0_4 10 0 Fairlawn ......040 012 x_7 9 3 Marsh (LP) and Wetzel; Rogers and Bishop. Second game: Mech’burg.....100 100 0_3 4 1 Fairlawn .......010 000 3_4 7 2 Bishop (WP) and R. Covault; Wentzel (LP), Bogan (7) and Bogan, Wentzel (7). Records: Fairlawn 7-8.


SPORTS

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SCOREBOARD CALENDAR High school High school sports This week TONIGHT Baseball Sidney at Tecumseh THURSDAY Baseball Lehman at New Bremen Jackson Center at Botkins Anna at Russia Lima Bath at Minster Fort Loramie at Houston Wapakoneta at Minster Riverside at Triad Softball Sidney at Fairlawn Jackson Center at Botkins Anna at Russia Minster at Parkway St. Henry at New Bremen Fort Loramie at Houston Marion Local at Versailles Boys tennis Northmont at Sidney Track New Knoxville at Minster quad FRIDAY Baseball West Carrollton at Sidney Jackson Center at Lehman Minster at Versailles Delphos St. John’s at Bremen New Knoxville at Coldwater Botkins at Riverside Softball West Carrollton at Sidney Jackson Center at Lehman Botkins at Riverside Track Jackson Center at Ben Logan

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RUNNERS TAKE off from the start of the B.E.S.T. 5K run/walk, held Saturday at Tawawa Park. There were 391 runners participating in the event, which

benefits Shelby Hills School. The event was part of the Shelby County 5K Tour.

391 run in B.E.S.T. 5K Two runners from Anna were the top male and female finishers in the B.E.S.T. (Bringing Everyone at Shelby Hills Together) 5K run/walk, held Saturday at Tawawa Park. Bryan Rioch was the top overall finisher in and Kristin 18:52, Heitkamp the top female finisher in 21:18. There were 391 runners/walkers participating in the event. The B.E.S.T. organi-

10-and-under — Hope Bixler 11-14 – Mariana Kellner 15-19 — Heather Brown 20-24 — Jessica Poeppelman 25-29 — Elizabeth Burnfield 30-34 — Lisa Heckman 35-39 — Jennifer Blackford 40-44 — Julie Barhorst 45-49 — Julie Messer 50-54 — Beth Kantner 55-59 — Linda Bauer Female 60-69 — Pat Burmeister Overall — Kristin 70-and-over — Patricia Francis Heitkamp, Anna

zation is a non-profit group of families and staff working together to promote strong relationships, provide resources, and enrich quality experiences for all children. All proceeds go towards equipment and other needs of the children at Shelby Hills School. Following are the age group winners:

and AJ Huelsman won the pole vault, clearing 14 feet. The 800 foursome of Troy Kauffman, Josh Spieles, Dues and Schultz ran a 1:31.29, a new meet record. Bulldog Classic Saturday at West Milton GIRLS

Final team standings — 1. Minster 238, 2. West Liberty 157, 3. Tecumseh 67, 4. Fort Loramie 58, 5. Botkins 52, 6. Cedarville 27, 7. Bellbrook 23.5, 8. Graham 18.5, 9. West Milton 13. Minster, Fort Loramie, Botkins results 3200 relay — 1. Minster (Bornhorst, Fausey, Slonkosky, Barga) 9:52.33; 3. Fort Loramie 10:28.88; 4. Botkins 10:34.83. 100 hurdles — 3. Meiring, M, 17.97; 4. Richard, M, 18.01; 5. Quinter, FL, 18.16; 6. Enneking, M, 18.17. 100 dash — 4. Moore, FL, 14.01; 5. Wuebker, M, 14.16; 8. Stewart, M, 14.24. 800 relay — 1. Minster (Francis, Dahlinghaus, Enneking, Jutte) 1:51.98. 1600 run — 2. Fausey, M, 5:26.33; 5. Butler, M, 5:42.7; 7. Barlage, M, 5:45.63. 400 relay — 2. Minster 54.92; 3. Botkins 55.62; 4. Loramie 55.98. 400 dash — 1. Heuker, B, 62.84; 2. Barga, M, 62.96; 7. Jutte, M, 64.53; 8. Geise, FL, 66.04. 300 hurdles — 1. Enneking, M, 48.37; 2. Meiring, M, 48.82; 4. Quinter, FL, 49.98; 6. Richard, 52.39. 800 run — 1. Westerheide, FL, 2:20.59; 3. Slonkosky, M, 2:23.4; 4. Flora, B, 2:26.51; 5. Fausey, M, 2:29.61; 8. Butler, M, 2:35.61. 200 dash — 4. Heuker, B, 28.32; 6. Wuebker, M, 28.73; 7. Jutte, M, 28.88; 8. Knoop, B, 29.09. 3200 run — Bornhorst, M, 12:03.14; 2. Burke, M, 12:07.67; 5. Barlage, M, 12:54.93; 6. Schmitmeyer, FL, 13:13.77. Discus — 1. Counts, B, 100-4; 2. Will, M, 92-8; 4.

10:24.18; 8. Flora, B, 10:47.57. 1600 relay — 1. Minser (Kauffman, Tebbe, Dues, Schultz) 3:30.09; 7. Fort Loramie 3:55.45; 8. Botkins 4:04.9. Discus — 1. Hegemann, M, 150-3; 5. Wagner, B, 109-11; 6. Bergman, M, 109-10; 7. Blanke, M, 104-9. Shot put — 1. Hegemann, M, 47-7; 4. Heuker, M, 43-6.5; 6. Wagner, B, 40-9.25. Long jump — 3. Thornton, FL, 18-10; 5. J. Thobe, M, 186.25; K. Thobe, M, 18-2. High jump — 1. Dues, M, 6-2; 5. Otting, M, 5-6. Pole vault — 1. Huelsman, BOYS Final team standings — M, 14-0; 2. Scheer, FL, 13-0; 3. Tebbe, M, 12-6; 5. Monnin, M, 1. Minster 230, 2. West Liberty 11-0. 106, 3. Tecumseh 90.5, 4. West New Knoxville Milton 60, 5. Cedarville 53.5, 6. Graham 40, 7. Fort Loramie runs at Delphos 27, 8. Jefferson 21, 9. Botkins — New DELPHOS 16, 10. Bellbrook 15. Knoxville competed in Minster, Fort Loramie, the Delphos St. John’s Botkins results 3200 relay — 1. Minster Invitational on Satur(Fausey, Albers, Dahlinghaus, day. Slonkosky) 8:15.9; 7. Botkins The Ranger boys 9:16.24; 8. Fort Loramie placed fourth out of 10 9:19.44. 110 hurdles — 5. Dues, M, teams with 83.5 points and the girls were 17.46. 100 dash — 4. Stech- eighth with 56 points. schulte, M, 12.07; 5. Kauffman, For the boys, Andrew M, 12.09; 6. Spieles, M, 12.28; Mackie led the way, win8. Thornton, FL, 12.35. 800 relay — 1. Minster ning the 400 in 51.87, (Kauffman, Spieles, Dues, and tying for first in the Schultz) 1:31.29; 5. Loramie high jump with team1:43.38. mate Isaac Kuntz at six 1600 run — 1. Slonkosky, M, 4:35.35; 3. Dahlinghaus, M, feet. He was also fourth in the 100 and 200 4:42.01; 4. Fausey, M, 4:44. 400 relay — 2. Minster dashes. 44.98. Kuntz was also third 400 dash — 1. Schultz, M, in both the 1600 and 50.04; 2. Kauffman, M, 51.44; 3200. 6. Borges, M, 53.64. For the Lady Rangers, 300 hurdles — 4. Tebbe, M, 42.97; 6. Dues, M, 43.33; 8. Haley Horstman was Brackman, FL, 44.4. first in the long jump at 800 run — 1. Slonkosky, M, 15-4.5, and was second 2:00.72; 2. Fausey, M, 2:05.42; 3. Albers, M, 2:06.09; 4. Jones, in the 100 hurdles and third in the 300 hurdles. B, 2:06.36. 200 dash — 1. Schultz, M, Cassie Boyle was first 23.38; 4. Spieles, M, 24.03; 5. in the 1600 in 5:32.19 Thornton, FL, 24.15; 6. Dues, and second in the 200, M, 24.21. 3200 run — 1. Dahling- and Hannah Privette haus, M, 10:08.31; 5. Butler, M, was second in the 3200. Sharp, M, 88-4; 6. McGowan, M, 86-0; 7. Luthman, FL, 82-2. Shot put — 1. Eiting, M 36-1.25; 3. McGowan, M, 325.25; 4. Greve, B, 31-11.75; 5. Sharp, M, 31-4. Long jump — 1. Francis, M, 16-9; 3. Jutte, M, 15-2.5; 4. Mcgowan, M, 14-4; 5. Quinter, FL, 14-2.5. High jump — Francis, M, 4-10; 2. McGowan, M, 4-8; Wehrman, M, 4-8; 7. Stephens, FL, 4-2. Pole vault — 2. Wuebker, M, 9-0; 4. Jutte, M, and Heckman, M, 8-6 (tie); 6. Kremer, FL, 8-0; 7. Meyer, FL, 8-0.

Lehman netters notch Tebow clears waivers, 10th win of the season now a free agent Lehman upped its record on the year to 103 with a 32 win over Elida in high school boys tennis action Monday. Winning for the Cavaliers were Pierce Bennett at 6-0, 6-0 in first singles, the first doubles team of Noah Dunn and Mitchell Shroyer in a marathon match, 6-3, 67 (7-6) and 7-6 (7-3), and the second doubles team of Riley Pickrell and Louis Gaier 6-2, 5-7, 6-0.

to 8-4 with a 3-2 win over Northwestern Monday in Springfield. Wins came from Dan Temple, 6-0, 6-1, at first singles, Frank EnYart, 60, 6-1, at second singles, and the first doubles team of Neal Dev and Oakk Wynn, 6-4, 6-4. • The Jackets also played Tuesday and lost 5-0 to Greenville. All three singles matches went to a third set. The junior varsity lost Sidney wins Sidney ran its record to Greenville 5-2.

NEW YORK (AP) — Tim Tebow has cleared waivers a day after being let go by the New York Jets, making the quarterback a free agent who’s allowed to sign with any NFL team. Tebow was waived Monday after an unproductive season with the Jets, leaving his NFL future uncertain. It was expected he would clear waivers since a team would have had to pick

SATURDAY

Baseball Male Sidney at St. Marys (2) Overall — Bryan, Houston at Mechanicsburg (2) Rioch, Anna Fort Loramie at Tipp City 10-and-under — KelTroy Christian at Fairlawn (2) Anna at Tri-County North lan Anderson Softball 11-14 — Bart Bixler Mississinawa at Fairlawn (2) 15-19 — Billy Sidey Fort Loramie at Parkway 20-24 — Thomas Russia at New Bremen Track Deitsch Sidney, Lehman, Russia, New 25-29 — Matthew Hull Knoxville, Fairlawn, Anna at New 30-34 — Dean Oakley Bremen Invitational 35-39 — Bill McKinney Houston at Beard Inv., West 40-44 — Kurt Hilgefort Milton 45-49 — Doug Rindler SOFTBALL 50-54 — Eric McKinnis 55-59 — Jay Prichard High school rankings 60-69 — John Willers Ohio High School Softball 70-and-over — Ron ArCoaches Association gabright Sr.

Minster teams sweep at Milton WEST MILTON — Minster overwhelmed the competition in both boys and girls action at the West Milton Invitational Saturday in high school track. The Lady Wildcats rolled up 238 points to win over eight other teams. West Liberty was second with 157. Fort Loramie placed fourth and Botkins fifth. For Minster, Kaci Bornhorst won the 3200, Olivia Enneking won the 300 hurdles, Mya Francis won the long jump, Madeleine Eiting won the shot put, and Minster won the 800, 1600 nd 3200 relays. Jocelyn Counts of Botkins won the discus and teammate Kayla Heuker won the 400. Fort Loramie’s Meg Westerheide won the 800 • The Minster boys rolled up 230 points to 106 for runner-up West Liberty. Loramie was seventh and Botkins ninth. For Minster, Dominic Slonkosky won the 800 and the 1600, and also ran on the winning 3200 relay team. Korey Schultz won the 200 and 400 dashes and ran on the firstplace 800 and 1600 relay teams, Eric Dahlinghaus won the 3200 and also ran on the 3200 relay team, Wes Hegemann won the shot and discus, Paul Dues won the high jump and ran on the winning 800 relay team,

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up the remainder of Tebow's contract, about $1.9 million over the next two seasons. The Jets must still pay the Broncos, from whom they acquired Tebow in March 2012, $1.53 million as a result of the trade agreement. It’s uncertain if any NFL team will give Tebow an opportunity for next season, but two indoor league teams have offered him a job.

State rankings Division I — 1. North Canton Hoover; 2. Northmont, Lebanon (tie); 4. Olentangy Liberty; 5. Holland Springfield; 6. Delaware; 7. Avon Lake; 8. Broadview Heights; 9. Oregon Clay; 10. Elyria. Division II — 1. River Valley; 2. Akron Springfield; 3. LaGrange Keystone, Greenville (tie); 5. Kenton Ridge; 6. Lima Bath; 7. Tipp City; 8. Licking Valley; 9. Franklin; 10. Hebron Lakewood. Division III — 1. Bloom Carroll; 2. Archbold; 3. Johnstown Northridge; 4. Newcomerstown; 5. Milan Edison; 6. Heath; 7. Eastern Brown; 8. Clermont Northeastern; 9. Minford; 10. Fort Frye. Division IV — 1.Covington; 2. Portsmouth Notre Dame; 3. Berlin Center Western Reserve; 4. Sycamore Mohawk; 5. Strasburg Franklin; 6. Vienna Mathews; 7. Convoy Crestview; 8. New Riegel; 9. HOUSTON; 10. Windham.

BASEBALL League leaders TODAY'S MAJOR LEAGUE LEADERS By The Associated Press NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING_CJohnson, Atlanta, .367; Segura, Milwaukee, .364; Harper, Washington, .356; MYoung, Philadelphia, .352; Rosario, Colorado, .350; CGomez, Milwaukee, .349; MEllis, Los Angeles, .342. RUNS_MCarpenter, St. Louis, 21; CGonzalez, Colorado, 21; JUpton, Atlanta, 21; Choo, Cincinnati, 20; CCrawford, Los Angeles, 20; Fowler, Colorado, 19; Pagan, San Francisco, 19; Rutledge, Colorado, 19. RBI_Buck, New York, 25; Phillips, Cincinnati, 24; Tulowitzki, Colorado, 22; Braun, Milwaukee, 21; YBetancourt, Milwaukee, 20; Sandoval, San Francisco, 20; 5 tied at 19. HITS_Choo, Cincinnati, 33; Sandoval, San Francisco, 33; Harper, Washington, 32; SMarte, Pittsburgh, 32; GParra, Arizona, 32; Segura, Milwaukee, 32; MYoung, Philadelphia, 31. DOUBLES_Desmond, Washington, 10; Craig, St. Louis, 9; GParra, Arizona, 9; Pollock, Arizona, 9; Rollins, Philadelphia, 9; Schierholtz, Chicago, 9; MCarpenter, St. Louis, 8; DeJesus, Chicago, 8; McCutchen, Pittsburgh, 8. TRIPLES_Segura, Milwaukee, 3; DWright, New York, 3; EYoung, Colorado, 3; CGomez, Milwaukee, 2; SMarte, Pittsburgh, 2; Nelson, Colorado, 2; GParra, Arizona, 2; Utley, Philadelphia, 2. HOME RUNS_JUpton, Atlanta, 12; Buck, New York, 9; Harper, Washington, 9; Fowler, Colorado, 8; Rizzo, Chicago, 8; Braun, Milwaukee, 7; Rosario, Colorado, 7. STOLEN BASES_Pierre, Miami, 8; ECabrera, San Diego, 7; SMarte, Pittsburgh, 7; Segura, Milwaukee, 7; McCutchen, Pittsburgh, 6; DWright, New York, 6; Revere, Philadelphia, 5; Rutledge, Colorado, 5; JSchafer, Atlanta, 5. PITCHING_Lynn, St. Louis, 40; Harvey, New York, 4-0; Zimmermann, Washington, 4-1; Wainwright, St. Louis, 4-2; 12 tied at 3. STRIKEOUTS_ABurnett, Pittsburgh, 48; Samardzija, Chicago, 47; Kershaw, Los Angeles, 47; Harvey, New York, 46; Wainwright, St. Louis, 43; Latos, Cincinnati, 37; Strasburg, Washington, 36. SAVES_Grilli, Pittsburgh, 10; Romo, San Francisco, 9; Kimbrel, Atlanta, 9; League, Los Angeles, 8; RBetancourt, Colorado, 8; RSoriano, Washington, 7; Henderson, Milwaukee, 6; Chapman, Cincinnati, 6. AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING_CSantana, Cleveland, .386; TorHunter, Detroit, .375; MiCabrera, Detroit, .367; CDavis, Baltimore, .352; McLouth, Baltimore, .351; AJones, Baltimore, .339; Lowrie, Oakland, .333. RUNS_AJackson, Detroit, 25; Crisp, Oakland, 24; AJones, Baltimore, 22; McLouth, Baltimore, 21; Jennings, Tampa Bay, 20; MiCabr-

era, Detroit, 19; Ellsbury, Boston, 18; Gordon, Kansas City, 18; Lowrie, Oakland, 18. RBI_CDavis, Baltimore, 28; Napoli, Boston, 27; MiCabrera, Detroit, 26; Fielder, Detroit, 25; Donaldson, Oakland, 20; AJones, Baltimore, 20; MarReynolds, Cleveland, 20. HITS_AJones, Baltimore, 37; MiCabrera, Detroit, 36; TorHunter, Detroit, 36; Altuve, Houston, 35; Lowrie, Oakland, 34; Cano, New York, 33; Machado, Baltimore, 33. DOUBLES_Napoli, Boston, 13; Lowrie, Oakland, 11; Crisp, Oakland, 10; Donaldson, Oakland, 10; AJones, Baltimore, 10; Seager, Seattle, 10; Machado, Baltimore, 9; CSantana, Cleveland, 9. TRIPLES_Ellsbury, Boston, 3; 10 tied at 2. HOME RUNS_CDavis, Baltimore, 9; Arencibia, Toronto, 8; Bautista, Toronto, 7; Cano, New York, 7; Encarnacion, Toronto, 7; Morse, Seattle, 7; MarReynolds, Cleveland, 7. BASES_Ellsbury, STOLEN Boston, 11; Crisp, Oakland, 8; McLouth, Baltimore, 8; Pedroia, Boston, 6; 10 tied at 5. PITCHING_Buchholz, Boston, 5-0; MMoore, Tampa Bay, 5-0; Lester, Boston, 4-0; Fister, Detroit, 4-0; Darvish, Texas, 4-1; Masterson, Cleveland, 4-2; Sabathia, New York, 4-2. STRIKEOUTS_Darvish, Texas, 49; Scherzer, Detroit, 46; FHernandez, Seattle, 44; Dempster, Boston, 43; AniSanchez, Detroit, 41; Buchholz, Boston, 39; Masterson, Cleveland, 39; Peavy, Chicago, 39. SAVES_JiJohnson, Baltimore, 10; Rivera, New York, 9; Nathan, Texas, 8; Reed, Chicago, 8; Wilhelmsen, Seattle, 8; Perkins, Minnesota, 6; GHolland, Kansas City, 6; Janssen, Toronto, 6. Major League baseball By Associated Press Tuesday's Games Miami 2, N.Y. Mets 1 Cleveland 14, Philadelphia 2 Atlanta 8, Washington 1 San Diego at Chicago Cubs, inc Pittsburgh at Milwaukee, inc. Cincinnati at St. Louis, inc. San Francisco at Arizona, inc. Colorado at L.A. Dodgers, inc. Wednesday's Games N.Y. Mets (Gee 1-4) at Miami (LeBlanc 0-4), 12:40 p.m. Pittsburgh (J.Gomez 1-0) at Milwaukee (Burgos 1-0), 1:10 p.m. Cincinnati (H.Bailey 1-2) at St. Louis (Lynn 4-0), 1:45 p.m. Philadelphia (Lee 2-1) at Cleveland (Bauer 0-1), 7:05 p.m. Washington (Zimmermann 4-1) at Atlanta (Maholm 3-2), 7:10 p.m. San Diego (Cashner 1-1) at Chicago Cubs (Feldman 1-3), 8:05 p.m. San Francisco (Lincecum 2-1) at Arizona (McCarthy 0-3), 9:40 p.m. Colorado (Nicasio 3-0) at L.A. Dodgers (Beckett 0-3), 10:10 p.m. —— Tuesday's Games Houston at N.Y. Yankees, inc. Boston at Toronto, inc. Minnesota at Detroit, inc. Cleveland 14, Philadelphia 2 Chicago White Sox at Texas, inc. Tampa Bay at Kansas City, inc. L.A. Angels at Oakland, inc. Baltimore at Seattle, inc. Wednesday's Games Minnesota (Diamond 1-2) at Detroit (Ani.Sanchez 3-1), 1:08 p.m. L.A. Angels (C.Wilson 2-0) at Oakland (Milone 3-2), 3:35 p.m. Houston (Bedard 0-2) at N.Y. Yankees (D.Phelps 1-1), 7:05 p.m. Philadelphia (Lee 2-1) at Cleveland (Bauer 0-1), 7:05 p.m. Boston (Buchholz 5-0) at Toronto (Buehrle 1-1), 7:07 p.m. Chicago White Sox (Sale 2-2) at Texas (Tepesch 2-1), 8:05 p.m. Tampa Bay (Hellickson 1-2) at Kansas City (Mendoza 0-1), 8:10 p.m. Baltimore (W.Chen 2-2) at Seattle (Harang 0-3), 10:10 p.m.

BASKETBALL NBA playoffs NBA Daily Playoff Glance The Associated Press All Times EDT (x-if necessary) FIRST ROUND (Best-of-7) Sunday, April 28 Boston 97, New York 90, New York leads series 3-1 Miami 88, Milwaukee 77, Miami wins series 4-0 San Antonio 103, L.A. Lakers 82, San Antonio wins series 4-0 Golden State 115, Denver 101, Golden State leads series 3-1. Monday, April 29 Brooklyn 110, Chicago 91, Chicago leads series 3-2 Atlanta 102, Indiana 91, series tied 2-2 Houston 105, Oklahoma City 103, Oklahoma City leads series 31 Tuesday, April 30 Golden State at Denver, n Memphis at L.A. Clippers, n Wednesday, May 1 Boston at New York, 7 p.m. Atlanta at Indiana, 8 p.m. Houston at Oklahoma City, 9:30 p.m. Thursday, May 2 Brooklyn at Chicago, 8 p.m. x-Denver at Golden State, 9 or 10:30 p.m. Friday, May 3 x-New York at Boston, 7 p.m. Indiana at Atlanta, 7 or 8 p.m. x-Oklahoma City at Houston, 7, 8 or 9:30 p.m. L.A. Clippers at Memphis, 8 or 9:30 p.m. Saturday, May 4 x-Chicago at Brooklyn, TBA x-Golden State at Denver, TBA Sunday, May 5 x-Boston at New York, TBA x-Atlanta at Indiana, TBA x-Houston at Oklahoma City, TBA x-Memphis at L.A. Clippers, TBA

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Upper Valley CC students to tour Edison campson work collaboratively towards a common goal of quality education and student success,” said Gwen Stevenson, dean of nursing and health sciences. Edison and the Upper Valley Career Center have been working closely with one another to create opportunities for students to apply the knowledge and skills they were taught at the UVCC and navigate their education pathway. By creating these opportunities, students can jump-start their careers allowing them to save time and money. These

transfer programs will lead them to the pathway of earning a bachelors degree if they choose to do so. Medical Assistants in Ohio can expect to earn nearly $30,000 a year while working in offices, hospitals, outpatient centers and professional schools. Medical Assisting allows students to earn a respectable wage after a relatively short amount of schooling, Edison officials said. For more information, contact Heather Young, director of medical assisting, at hyoung@edisonohio.edu.

Senate panel passes Internet care moratorium

Sidney dispatcher suspended

PIQUA — The Edison College Community Medical Assisting program will collaborate with the Upper Valley Career Center’s Medical ManageInformation ment students Thursday. The Upper Valley students will tour Edison’s campus and see the Medical Assisting labs and classrooms. During their visit, students will gain an understanding of the Medical Assisting program, see demonstrations, and learn several skills from Edison’s Medical Assisting students. Upper Valley students will have hands-on expe-

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Russia royalty Gina Barlage and Bryce Dues were crowned queen and king at the Russia junior-senior prom, which was held Saturday at the St. Remy Hall. The dinner banquet started at 6:30. The hall was decorated by the junior class and the them chosen was “A Night of Pure Imagination.” Senior students entertained the juniors, seniors and their dates, senior parents and school staff with the class history, class poem, class prophecy and class will. The crowning of the king and queen of the junior-senior prom took place after the banquet and speeches. Barlage is the daughter of Jerold and Angie Barlage. Dues is the son of Lora Monnin.

Police investigate man’s death BOTKINS — The death of a Botkins man whose body was found Sunday night is considered “suspicious” and it being investigated by Botkins Police and the Shelby County coroner. Botkins Police Chief Tom Glass reported the body of Matthew Hailey, 39, 318 Mill St., was found by a family member at approximately 9:30 p.m. Sunday. Glass said a Shelby County coroner’s investigator was called to the scene. The body was taken to the Montgomery County Coroner’s Office where an autopsy was scheduled to be performed Monday. Glass said there were no signs of foul play. He said Hailey was alone at the time of his death. Shelby County Coroner Dr. David McDonald said will be several weeks before the results of a toxicology report are known.

Sidney man faces drug charges A Sidney man faces multiple drug charges after a search warrant was exec u t e d Saturday afternoon at his Miami Avenue residence Mathews by Sidney police and the combined Sidney-Shelby County Narcotics Task Force. Officers seized approxi-

mately 1 ounce of heroin, a handgun and approximately $4,000 in cash. Timothy Mathews, 24, 721 S. Miami Ave., was jailed for drug trafficking, a first-degree felony, drug abuse, a second-degree felony, and possession of drug paraphernalia, a first-degree misdemeanor. Mathews posted a $37,000 bond. His preliminary hearing has not been set in Sidney Municipal Court.

Chase case continued The case of a a driving within Sidney man who marked lanes viled law enforceolation. ment officers on a A Sidney pohigh-speed chase lice officer obearly Sunday served a vehicle morning has been traveling at a continued. high rate of Lawrence speed on Fair Watkins, 26, 239 Road at 3:30 Watkins N. Walnut Ave., a.m. Sunday. The appeared in Sidofficer tried to ney Municipal Court on initiate a traffic stop and Monday and requested Watkins sped away. an attorney, so his case Watkins later crashed was continued to May his car into a telephone 29. His remains free pole at the intersection after posting a $12,000 of Millcreek and Hardinbond. Wapakoneta roads. Watkins has been A passenger in the charged with failure to Watkins vehicle reportcomply with a police offi- edly suffered minor incer (third-degree felony), juries and was taken by driving under the influ- the Sidney Rescue ence, failure to reinstate Squad to Wilson Memohis operator’s license and rial Hospital.

rience with obtaining vital signs, EKGs and administering IM injections. Students will also meet with Edison admission councilors and look over the Medical Assisting program sheets. “This activity is a wonderful example of how we can make use of all resources to engage students in the learning process and assist them in understanding pathways for educational progression. We are very fortunate to have so many quality programs in our area and to have faculty and administrators who are willing to

COLUMBUS (AP) — A bill that would immediately halt the expansion of Internet cafes in Ohio cleared a legislative panel Tuesday evening and was headed for a vote by the full state Senate. The measure would extend a current moratorium on the opening of new sweepstakes gambling operations until June 2014, as lawmakers consider a ban on the facilities. The legislation also would require operators of current facilities to file more thorough affidavits of existence with the state. And those who don’t submit a new affidavit could face a fine of up to $1,000 a day. The state’s attorney general could also prosecute an operator or employee for providing false information on the new form. The Senate’s government oversight committee cleared the measure on Tuesday. A full Senate vote could come on Wednesday. Should it pass, the bill would then go to the House for consideration. Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine calls the cafes illegal gambling operations and wants them shut down. The industry calls them legal.

Patrons buy cards for phone and Internet time with chances to play computer games that operate like slot machines with cash prizes. DeWine told the committee in testimony Tuesday that the operations were “mini casinos.” He described them as unregulated and a drain on law enforcement resources. “I believe they’re consumer ripoffs,” he said. At the urging of some of the state’s top law enforcers, Ohio Senate President Keith Faber said last week that a majority of his Republican caucus now agrees the cafes are involved in criminal activities, including illegal gambling, and should be outlawed. DeWine, also a Republican, led a raid on six of the facilities in the Cleveland area in the wake of a pivotal 8th District Court of Appeals ruling that concluded the operations were obvious gambling schemes. He says prosecuting these cafes is complicated and costly, and police already have their hands full with everything from overdose deaths from heroin and illegally obtained prescription painkiller sales to child abuse and child pornography investigations.

TEENAGER tient Tuesday night. Sidney police report Patrick Pudlewski was the driver of the car involved in the crash and his father was a passenger. It was reported that he exited the Walmart parking lot and collided with Fahnestock’s truck, which was traveling west on Michigan Street. No other details of the accident were available Tuesday from Sidney police. The crash remains under investigation. An accident reconstruction

expert is participating in the investigation. The crash occurred a short time after Patrick and Jerome Pudlewski left Sunday morning Mass at Holy Angels Catholic Church. Patrick Pudlewski was involved in number of activities at Lehman and had spent Saturday at the State Science Olympiad. He was on the high honor roll at the school. He also served at the Holy Angels Soup Kitchen.

WORKER Ganger was given a chance to be employed as a part-time employee at the animal shelter, the sheriff ’s office release states. Ganger has made restitution in the amount of $230. “Although this is an unfortunate and disappointing turn of events, I strongly believe that work programs are important by putting former inmates to work in the community,” said Sheriff John Lenhart,

who added that often inmates feel that upon being released from jail they have no chance to obtain employment because of their records. “I believe it is important to give them skill sets to obtain employment. Therefore, we are in the process at the Shelby County Jail to begin training inmates in various job-related skills that will help them to obtain employment upon being released. I believe these programs

DRINKWINE She said communicating emergency preparedness information to the public will be one of her main goals in the new position. Currently a New Knoxville resident, Drinkwine said she will be moving to Shelby County. She and her husband, Fran, have three grown children. She is a native of St. Cloud, Minn., and has lived in Ohio for 35 years.

She earned an associate degree in business administration at Rhodes State College in Lima last year. In addition to serving as EMA administrative assistant from 2004 to 2012, she was secretary/treasurer of the Auglaize County Local Emergency Planning Committee from 2004 to the present. While serving as EMA administrative as-

From Page 1 A candlelight vigil organized by Patrick Pudlewski’s classmates was held Sunday night. Lehman Catholic President Michael said the school day began Monday morning with a Rosary and a Mass. He said the Rev. Daniel Hess was scheduled to be off Monday, but he spent the day comforting students. Grief counselors were available to help students deal with the loss of a fellow student.

From Page 1 will give inmates a chance and a way to transition back into the work force.” “Although Mr. Ganger violated that trust and has paid for that by losing his job and being charged, I hope he has learned a valuable lesson” Lenhart said. “I feel it is important to give inmates the skills to help them seek employment upon being released; more often an employed person is less likely to re-offend.”

From Page 1 sistant, among her responsibilities were preparing and submitting federal grant applications, preparing financial information for annual reports and audits, planning training events for county departments and updating the Emergency Operations Plan and All-Hazards Mitigation Plan. She also volunteers with the American Red Cross.

A Sidney police communications technician has been suspended for 10 days for releasing confidential information. City Manager Mark Cundiff said he followed the recommendation of police Chief Kevin Gessler that Kristina Siler be given a 10-day suspension for violating the professional code by releasing confidential information. “She had no previous disciplinary action and cooperated fully with the investigation,” Cundiff said. Cundiff said the decision was handed down Monday and Siler began the suspension Tuesday.

Chief addresses overdoses COLUMBUS (AP) — Continued bad news about drug overdose deaths in Ohio is focusing attention on calls to expand Medicaid coverage for more state residents. The head of the state’s addictions agency said Tuesday that data showing a record high number of deaths from prescription painkillers and other drugs in 2011 is one more reason to expand the federal-state program for poor children and families. Nearly five Ohioans died every day from overdose deaths in 2011, most of them attributed to continued abuse of painkillers like oxycodone and hydrocodone as well as rising abuse of heroin, according to Department of Health data released last week. “We need to make sure to the extent that we can that insurance is available for the vast numbers of people in our state struggling with addiction,” Orman Hall, director of the Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services, said Tuesday. “From my perspective, it is a moral imperative.” Gov. John Kasich’s plan to expand Medicaid was rejected by his fellow Republican lawmakers. Some GOP legislators are concerned about the cost to the federal government, while others are philosophically opposed to the idea because it’s part of President Barack Obama’s health care plan. The Health Department data show the number of people who died of accidental overdoses jumped 14 percent in 2011 for a total of 1,765 overall deaths.


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BULLETIN BOARD

Educators complete gun training The second concealed carry/firearms training for school administrators program offered by the Shelby County Sheriff ’s Office was recently completed. A total of 57 teachers and administrators from Shelby County have completed the training and a third class is underway with 25 teachers and administrators enrolled. The personnel completing the training were selected and approved by the local school boards prior to participating in the program. The 16-hour training courses have been developed by the Sheriff ’s Office. The training consists of 12 hours of classroom instruction at the Sheriff ’s Office and four hours of firearms training at the sheriff ’s firing range. In addition to the concealed weapons training, it also includes weapons safety and storage, tactics for handling weapons, dealing with suspects and basic gunshot first aid. The three primary instructors for the course are fully training sheriff ’s deputies who hold Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy certification as firearms instructors. They have a combined 52 years of experience. The training is offered by the Sheriff ’s Office from the concealed carry fund and is provided at no cost to school districts. Sheriff John Lenhart said he is pleased to be able to provide the training as part of the mission with school districts to protect students. School administrators may contact Lenhart directly by calling 4987833 to schedule training for their selected staff.

DEAN’S LIST

Purdue Two local residents were among about 14,800 Purdue University students who earned academic honors for the fall 2012 semester. To earn honors, students must have had at least a 3.5 semester or cumulative grade-point average on a four-point scale. Local students who were granted an achievement for earning a spot on an honors list at Purdue University were Parker Jordan, of Sidney, and James Wilker, of Versailles.

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Young athlete won’t let disability keep him down BY RACHEL LLOYD rlloyd@civitasmedia.com ANNA — Eleven-year-old Lincoln Gessler, of Anna, is not one to let anything stand in the way of what he wants. He is an excellent student and a dedicated athlete determined to compete at the college level, the Olympics and be a professional superstar. And he’s not about to let something like being legally blind hold him back. Lincoln was born with a disease called Leber congenital amaurosis (LCA), and according to his mother, Christa Huecker, of Anna, he can see some light and shapes and shadow in normal lighting conditions; he can see reds and oranges, but he can’t see greens and blues; but in dim or dark light, he cannot see at all. According to the Foundation Fighting Blindness, LCA “is an inherited retinal degenerative disease characterized by severe loss of vision at birth.”

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LINCOLN GESSLER goes for a throw during a wrestling match. Although legally Huecker said her son was very active blind, Lincoln, 11, is a determined athlete who has goals of wrestling in college and athletic, but there are limits to what and in the Olympics and becoming a WWE superstar. he can do in terms of organized sport bein life, too.” So, she got him started with Carr cause of his visual impairment. Club, based in Tipp City. And Lincoln has aspirations for life, Wrestling Wrestling, it turned out, was the perfect even at age 11. Nate Carr, a minister and the club difit. “I want to go to college at Penn State rector, knows a thing or two about The youth wrestling association has when I’m older,” Lincoln said. wrestling. After winning state and naso-called “blind rules,” Huecker said. Lincoln, who says he’s won “about 30 tional championships in high school, he “When they go to the mat, they have to said his favorite part of on to win a bronze medal in the awards,” went touch hands,” she said. “They have to wrestling is “just going out there,” and 1988 Olympics. He went to college at stay in contact and they can’t run away Iowa State and was a three-time NCAA he likes to hear the people cheering for from him.” him. Huecker said she read about the Sid- champ. He spent 13 years coaching at West Virginia University and has been Olympics, WWE ney youth wrestling program in the His mom said he not only wants to newspaper, so she brought her son in to inducted into several wrestling halls of fame. wrestle at Penn State, but he wants to go sign him up. He did that program for ‘Great leader’ on to win a gold medal at the Olympics two years, and this is his third associ“His competitiveness is really good,” and then go on to become a WWE superated with the program. Carr said of Lincoln. “He’s a great leader. star. His overall record this year is 68“Lincoln was the first one in the SidHe’s always encouraging his team16. ney program who was visually immates.” Who knows? It could happen. paired,” his mother said. “Some of the Carr said Lincoln always gives his “So many people come up to me after coaches had seen visually impaired tournaments and tell me that Lincoln is wrestlers at competition before though.” best. “Even with a disability he’s going to one of the strongest and most deterLincoln thrived in the program, but go out and give his best, and he’s not mined kids on the mat,” Huecker said. he wanted more. “Lincoln doesn’t give up.” “Lincoln wanted to do more wrestling, going to let that slow him down at all,” Lincoln, a fourth-grader at Anna Eleand here in Sidney they only do it a cou- Carr said. “I think his parents are giving mentary, lives with his mom and stepple of months,” Huecker said. “I knew of him an awesome opportunity to be the clubs that wrestled pretty much most of best he can do. We’re always encouraging dad, Mike Huecker, in Anna. His dad is them to be their best, not on the mat, but Shawn Gessler, of Sidney. the year.”

Prom to spend ‘A Night in the Orient’ VERSAILLES — The Versailles High School 2013 prom, “A Night in the Orient,” will be Saturday in the high school cafetorium. The promenade will begin at 7:30 p.m. in the cafetorium. Crowning of the king and queen will take place at approximately 10:30 that evening. The senior prom court has been chosen. Queen candidates are Jessica Heitkamp, the daughter of Margie and Rick Heitkamp; Kelly Murphy, the daughter of Greg and Karen Murphy; Bridget Berger, the daughter of Keith and Janice Berger; Bethany Huelskamp, the daughter of Dave and Cheryl Huelskamp; and Kristen Collins, the daughter of Brian and Tammy Collins. King candidates are Jordan Henry, the son of Bruce and Brenda Henry; Sam Prakel, the son of Mike and Christy Prakel; Todd Hilgefort, the son of John and Karen Hilgefort; Justin Feltz, the son of Bruce and Jenny Feltz; and Jacob Heitkamp, the son of Chris and Sue Heitkamp.

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Sheriff: Beware of ID theft related to tax returns The Shelby County Sheriff’s Office has issued a warning to county residents about an identity theft scheme that has surfaced in the county. There has been a report that a resident of Shelby County has fallen victim to identity theft where perpetrators are filing tax returns fictitiously and stealing tax-return money. Sheriff John Lenhart and the Internal Revenue Service are recommending the following tips on safeguarding personal information and protecting against Identity Theft: • Don’t carry your Social Security card or any documents with your SSN or Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) on it. • Don’t give a business your SSN or ITIN just because they ask. Give it only when required. • Protect your financial information. • Check your credit report every 12 months. • Secure personal information in your home. • Protect your personal computers by using firewalls, anti-spam/virus software, update security patches and change passwords for Internet accounts.

• Don’t give personal information over the phone, through the mail or on the Internet unless you have initiated the contact or you are sure you know who you are dealing with. If your tax records are not currently affected by identity theft, but you believe you may be at risk due to a lost or stolen purse or wallet, questionable credit card activity or credit report, contact the IRS Identity Protection Specialized Unit at (800) 908-4490, ext. 245 (Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. local time. If you believe you’re a victim of identity theft, be alert to possible identity theft if you receive a notice from the IRS or learn from your tax professional that: • More than one tax return for you was filed; • You have a balance due, refund offset or have had collection actions taken against you for a year you did not file a tax return; • IRS records indicate you received more wages than you actually earned or; • Your state or federal benefits were reduced or canceled because the agency received information reporting an in-

come change. If you receive a notice from IRS and you suspect your identity has been used fraudulently, respond immediately by calling the number on the notice. If you did not receive a notice but believe you’ve been the victim of identity theft, contact the IRS Identity Protection Specialized Unit listed above right away so officials can take steps to secure your tax account and match your SSN or ITIN. Also, fill out the IRS Identity Theft Affidavit, Form 14039. Write legibly and follow the directions on the back of the form that relate to your specific circumstances. Lenhart and the staff at the Shelby County Sheriff’s Office urge residents to avoid scams by never agreeing to handle financial transactions over the phone with people they are unfamiliar with, no matter what the reason. If you feel your identity has been stolen or the victim of identity theft, call 498-1111 and ask to speak with a deputy and file a report. Lenhart said he and his staff will assist any county residents who feel they have been scammed or are in contact with a scammer.

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Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Staff members resign FORT LORAMIE — The Fort Loramie Board of Education during a recent meeting accepted the resignation of the high school band/music and two other staff members. The board also issued a number of contracts for the next school year. Thomas Hoelscher’s resignation as band/music teacher was accepted. Also accepted were the retirement resignation of Terry Hatton as junior and senior high art teacher and the resignation of Rhonda Renee Arnold as junior and senior high English teacher. In other personnel action, the board approved contracts for the following certificated staff members: Abby Lightle, $33,822; Kent Meyer,

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$35,075; Jaime Quatman, $35,075; Heather Shatto, $52,187; Stephanie Stueve, $45,410; Chad Wells (half time), $24,270; Kendra Wenning, $37,580; Julie Goldschmidt, $47,602; and Wrasman, Amanda $49,481. Lightle, Stueve, Wells and Wenning received three-year contracts, Goldschmidt and Wrasman received continuing contracts and the others were given one-year contracts. Michelle Barhorst was granted a two-year contract for the library/media position at $15.81 per hour. As required by law, the board non-renewed supplemental and certified hourly contracts. Shelby County Com-

missioner Tony Bornhorst handed out proclamations honoring the Fort Loramie girls state championship basketball team. Superintendent Daniel Holland reported there were 231 bus changes requested and he has shared information with surrounding school districts about bus stops, pick-ups and change requirements. He also reviewed security changes that have been implemented at the school buildings and the rekey project at the high school. Justin Firks, junior/senior high principal, reported the prom was to be be held April 26 and commencement is set for May 26. Ohio Achievement Assessment tests were given

the week of April 22. Scott Rodeheffer, elementary principal, reported AIMSweb Diagnostic testing will be conducted in May for second- through sixthgrade students. He said the school will receive free iPads for taking the tests. The board also: • Approved payment of $4,216 to the YMCA Camp Willson for the sixth-grade outdoor education trip. • Authorized Holland to hire five full-time summer student helpers at $6.75 for first-year employees, $7.25 for second-year employees and 7.50 for third-year employees. • Approved a resolution for the pick-up of STRS retirement contributions for teachers.

Students honored TIFFIN — About 60 Heidelberg University students were honored April 26 at the annual Student Awards Celebration. Tessa Benanzer, of Fort Loramie, a junior majoring in biology, received the George A. Stinchcomb Prize in Natural Sciences or Mathematics and the Allen King Zartman Prize in Biology. Annually, Heidelberg celebrates the academic, athletic, service and leadership achievements of its students, student organizations and faculty members at the end-of-year celebration. During the celebration, the students also presented the Faculty Member of the Year Award to Dr. Amy professor Berger,

REAL FINDLAY — Four local students have received scholarships from the University of Findlay. Brooke Albers, a junior physical therapy major, has been awarded the University of Findlay’s Athletic Department Golf Program Scholarship for the 2012-13 academic year. Albers, a 2010 graduate of Fort Loramie High School, is the daughter of Amy and James Albers, Fort Loramie. Kelly Seger, a senior intervention specialist

education major, has been awarded the University of Findlay’s William J. Butler Scholarship for the 2012-13 academic year. Seger, a 2009 graduate of Fort Loramie High School, is the daughter of Yvonne and Dan Seger, Sidney. Nicole Luthman, a sophomore occupational therapy major, has been awarded the University of Findlay’s A.R. and Mary Ann Charnes Student Life Endowment for the 2012-13 academic year.

Luthman, a 2011 graduate of Anna High School, is the daughter of Lori Luthman, Sidney, and Mark Luthman, Sidney. Erika Millhouse, a senior nuclear medicine technology major, has been awarded the University of Findlay’s Nuclear Medicine Institute Scholarship for the 2012-13 academic year. Millhouse, a 2009 graduate of Russia Local School, is the daughter of Angela Berger, Versailles, and Dan Millhouse, Versailles.

The University of Findlay is a comprehensive university with a hands-on approach to learning located in Findlay, approximately 45 miles south of Toledo. With a total enrollment of approximately 3,600 full-time and part-time students, the University of Findlay is noted for its innovative, career-oriented programs in nearly 60 majors and 10 graduate and professional degrees. For more information, visit www.findlay.edu or call (800) 472-9502.

Engineering students compete LIMA — Two teams of first-year engineering students at the Ohio State University at Lima competed in the Engineering Education Innovation Center’s Advanced Energy Vehicle (AEV) Showcase on April 22 on the Columbus campus. One Ohio State Lima team, “Old School,” placed second in the Most Innovative category out of 41 teams from the

Columbus, Newark and Lima campuses. “Old School” and Lima’s other team, “Purple Cobras” were chosen from seven teams in Lima’s first-year engineering courses to compete in the showcase. university-wide, more than 375 teams of students from first year sections competed to enter the showcase. Each team consisted of three or four students.

The goal of the project was to develop a vehicle that minimized the amount of energy used, ran autonomously and was aesthetically pleasing. Lima students were able to test their vehicles on a track that was set up in the Physics Lab. The teams developed their projects with two categories in mind: innovative design and best engineered vehicle.

Students on the “Old School” team include Matthew Gerding, of Kalida, Dallis Gibson, of Convoy, Tyler Egbert, of Anna, and Robert Puthoff, of St. Henry. Team members on the “Purple Cobras” were Stephen Scheramic, of Perrysburg, Jake Cordonnier, of Fort Loramie, Blake Gehret, of Houston, and Troy Plattner, of Fort Loramie.

Teens should eat healthier DR. WALAnything that LACE: I’m 16 helps teens has and plan to be a a good chance of doctor working being read in in the area of this column. diet and cholesThe fat on meat terol. I’m very is saturated fat happy to see and reducing that most saturated fat restaurants, ’Tween may lower choand now fast lesterol levels. food outlets, are 12 & 20 That’s good! Dr. Robert putting low-fat, 1. Trim visiWallace low-cholesterol ble fat from items on their meats. menus. We teens need 2. Remove the skin to realize that it is im- from poultry, either beportant for us to learn fore or after cooking. how to eat nourishing, 3. Use a fat-separatwell-balanced foods and ing measuring cup (the to lay low on foods high spout comes out from in salt, fat and choles- the bottom) to separate terol. fat from soup stocks and My uncle is a doctor pan juices. Or refrigerat the Mayo Clinic in ate stocks and juices to Rochester, Minn., and solidify fat for removal knowing that I’m inter- with a spoon. ested in the study of cho4. Refrigerate canned lesterol, he sent me a broths before opening. few hints for getting rid Skim away the fat that of most fat when prepar- hardens on top. ing meat dishes. Will you 5. Cook stews a day please print this list? It ahead. Then chill and rewill help many teens to move the fat before rebe more conscientious heating. eaters. —Shelly, Willmar, Minn. DR. WALLACE: My SHELLY: Thanks for daughter will be a high the useful information. school freshman in Sep-

tember. She and her best friend talk constantly about going to school dances after football games. I’m told by other parents that the Garden Grove school district will not allow parents to act as dance chaperones. I think this is a terrible rule. Concerned parents would make excellent chaperones at no cost to the school. I’m astounded at this rule. I would welcome chaperoning a dance where my daughter would be attending. I understand that you are a former high school administrator and would welcome your thoughts on this issue. —Mother, Garden Grove, Calif. MOTHER: All chaperones should be school personnel only (teachers, counselors, administrators). They have the authority to deal with problems that might arise. It wouldn’t be fair to place a parent in this role. But parents should be welcome to stop by and visit the dance as guests with no discipli-

nary responsibility whatsoever. The maximum length of the visit? Fifteen minutes! The maximum number of dances parents can visit? All of them if they so choose. Contact the Garden Grove District Superintendent’s office to see if parents can make a short visit at school dances. I would be surprised if the answer was no. Parents were welcome to stop by school dances when I was an administrator in the Garden Grove School District. Dr. Robert Wallace welcomes questions from readers. Although he is unable to reply to all of them individually, he will answer as many as possible in this column. Email him at rwallace@galesburg.net. To find out more about Dr. Robert Wallace and read features by other Creators Syndicate writers and cartoonists, visit the Creators Syndicate website at www.creators.com.

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The real estate transfers listed below have been recorded at the office of Shelby County Recorder Jodi L. Siegel. Transfers listed also tax-exempt include 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. Anna Jess B. and Jessica A. Billing to Douglas D. Fogt and Eric E. Fogt, Whispering trustees, Meadows Subdivision, lot 372, $125,000. Garry II and Darla Ireton to Linda A. Daniels, Wannemacher Subdivision, No. 1, lot 319, and No. 2, lot 330, $73,100. Matthew P. and Tisha L. Wannemacher to Michael G. Leugers and Eric M. Leugers, Wannemachers Subdivision, No. 4, lot 379, $87,000. Botkins Federal Home Loan Mortgage Assn. to Peter J. Vaubel and Crystal N. Heitkamp, part lots 144 and 145, $39,000. Jackson Center Carnes Investments I LLC to Mark D. and Jennifer Carnes, Baughman’s First Addition, exempt. Jackson Center Church of the Nazarene Inc. to Samantha D. Graybill, Duff Subdivision, lot 19, $33,750. Montra Kenneth E. Maxwell to Kenneth E. and Edith D. Maxwell, lots 13 and 14, exempt. Russia Robert J. and Gina M. Griesdorn to Scott G. and Andrea N. Borchers, Urban Borchers 4th Subdivision Phase IV, lot 228, $265,000. Trupointe Cooperative Inc. to Edward Bohman, Darlene Bohman and Fred Bohman, Felix Francis Subdivision 1 and 2, lots 25-28, and (Loramie Twp.) parts section 14, 0.013, 0.243 and 0.151 acres, $17,500. Sidney Joseph M. and Patricia A. Dunn to Gary L. and Donna P. Green, Fairmont Park section 1, lot 3149, $125,000.

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BY FRANCES DRAKE For Thursday, May 2, 2013 ARIES (March 21 to April 19) This is a great day to schmooze, especially in group situations. Enjoy classes, meetings and conferences. Accept all invitations. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) Relations with authority figures will go well today. You might have a chance to expand your world through new experiences or travel. Someone important might help you earn more money. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) Travel opportunities can come your way today, as well as opportunities in higher learning. Sign up for a course. Explore avenues in publishing and the media. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) Keep your pockets open, because you can benefit from the wealth and resources of others today. Money, gifts and direct cash might come to you. (Yay, me!) LEO (July 23 to Aug. 22) Relations with partners and close friends are warm and upbeat today, because people are full of positive energy. Positive thoughts create a positive scene. (Enthusiasm is always contagious.) VIRGO (Aug. 23 to Sept. 22) Work will go well today. Some of you will have work-related travel. Others will find that groups are supportive. You might have a chance to either teach or learn something new. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) A playful day! Accept all invitations to party. Enjoy sports events. Explore your creative juices in artistic ventures. Playful times with children also will appeal. (Romance with someone from another culture might begin.) SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Entertain at home today. Study groups at home can be positive experiences for teaching or learning something new. This also is a good day to explore realestate opportunities. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) You’re in such a positive frame of mind, you’ll enjoy talking to everyone, especially siblings, relatives and neighbors. It’s a good day for writers, salespeople, teachers and actors. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 19) Don’t be afraid to think big when it comes to ideas about how to boost your income or get a better job. Today favors you in this regard. Write down your ideas down. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 to Feb. 18) You feel emotionally happy today because the Moon is in your sign, dancing with lucky Jupiter. Act on your generous impulses. PISCES (Feb. 19 to March 20) You have a warm feeling in your tummy today, possibly because you have done someone a favor. Your preference is to take the high road and help the little guy. YOU BORN TODAY You are a perfectionist and take great care with everything you do. You’re extremely observant and are difficult to fool. You often are respected for your outspoken attitude. You are a good organizer, strategist and planner. Even your hobbies require analytical skills. Expect a fun-loving, social year ahead where even your partnerships and friendships improve. Birthdate of: David Beckham, soccer celebrity; Baron Manfred von Richtofen (The Red Baron), WWI fighter ace; Lorenz Hart, lyricist. (c) 2013 King Features Syndicate, Inc.

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Shriver coming back to NBC NEW YORK (AP) — After nearly a decade away, former California first lady Maria Shriver is returning to NBC News for a job where she will concentrate on the roles of women in American life. Shriver on Tuesday was named a “special anchor” who will appear on various NBC programming, including CNBC, MSNBC and NBC

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was governor. The two are now divorcing. At the time, NBC’s then-news president, Neal Shapiro, referred to her exit not as a resignation but “an extended leave of absence.” “The truth is I never took a leave from journalism,” Shriver wrote on her blog. “I just took my reporter’s skills and used them in other arenas.”

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Sidney High School Sidney High School has released its honor roll for the third quarter of the 2012-13 school year. Freshman honors 3–3.49 Brandon Ahrens, Caleb Alexander, Connor Armstrong, Elizabeth Barr, McKal Basil, Matthew Borror, Karen Cabrera, Chelsea Cassell, Lelani Clark, Adrienna Cook, Alec Cooper, Bryce Cotterman, Devon Cotterman, Tyren Cox, Kendra Dembski, Faty Dia, Damien Duff, Ashley Egan, Kali Ellis, Austin Epperly, Tiffany Evans, Danielle Farrell, Averionna Freudenberg Kayla Frick, Alexis Green, Therese Green, Aaliyah Hackett, Samantha Hall, Brennan Harvey, Shane Herbert, Caleb Hoffman, William Holcomb, Taylor Horne, Zachary Hoverman, Latisha Howard, MacKenzie Jennings, Alpha Kane, Nicholas Kindle; McKenzie Lambdin; Jayce LeMaster, India Martin, Benjamin McClain, Cheyenne McGee, Jarrett Mescher, Peyton Osborne, Britton Perea, Jonathan Prein, Justin Price, Emily Reid, Emily Russell, Jessi Salyers, Laurel Smith, Benjamin Snavley, Nikki Spradlin, Aidan Stanley, Dakota Stanley, Chase Stewart, Brayden Thompson, Ian Timmons, Mersadi Timmons, Weston Tucker, Jameson Wallis, Eric Webster. Freshman high honors 3.5 and above Brandon Ahrens, Shelby Baker, Jac Beatty, Zoe Boyer, Derek Brady, Bradley Burden, Marie Butts, Cole Cartwright, Samantha Case, Zachary Darden, Kaitlyn Davis, Daniel Dean, Reece Dulworth, Kyla Elswick, Lauryn Foster-Wheeler, Alec Gerstner, Tyler Gregory, Ariona Grisham, Kotaro Gunji, Tori Heffner, Lilia Hernandez, Keirra Hoover, Damon Huffman, Aaron Jenson, Astou Kane, Mamadou Kane, Collin Keith, Devon Legge, Ashley Lightle, Chase Lorenzo, Bobbi Lowe, Stephanie Macke, Kyle Mann, Quentin McKenzie, Megan McKnight, Adrianne Miller, Andrew Mitchell, Kelton Moore, Christopher Musser, Timothy Nielson, Samuel Niswonger, Madison Nuss, Gabriel Orengo, Michael Orengo, Jordyn Page, Heidi Parker , Nichole Parsons, Keiyu Sakurai, Devin Santos, Christopher Saunders, Asia Sayre, Logan Schultz, Cortney Sell, Laney Shaw, Chrysler Sherman, Leah Stone, Dylan Vonderhuevel, Joshua Wagner, Drew Willman, Michael Wisecup and Katie Young. Sophomore honors 3–3.49 Nathan Bemus, Jesse Bennett, Aaron Birkemeier, Mariah BowserJones, Meaghan Cain, Alyssa Clason, MacKenzie Clayton, Adam Gates, Franklin Gonzales, Maria Green, John Harmon, Seth Haver, Devin Hensley, Nathan Hess, Tiara Hicks, Katherine Hinkle, Alexander Hix, Emily Imke, Dustin Jackson, Brandi Johnson, Paige Keller, Madison Kinslow, Mitchell Lillard, Cody Lowe, Steven McClain, Alex Mclain, Tristan Moore, Keyli Murphy, Samantha Newman, Matthew Ostendorf, Viral Patel, Eduardo Sanchez, Marissa Sharpe, Gurpreet Singh, Spencer Soder, Kole Spurgeon, Jace Stewart, Anthony Taylor, Whitney Vanderhorst, Jeffrey Ward, Brianna WellsBarnes, Allyson West, Trace Whittington and Elise Wiesenmayer. Sophomore high honors 3.5 and above Thomas Austin, Abby Baker, Timothy Baker, Eric Beigel, Lauren Boyd, Kara Burns, Noah Calhoun, Logan Calvert, Tristan Carey, Jonathan Cox, Robin Dailey, Connor Echols, Katelynn Edwards, Allison Fair, Dean Fannon, Kieran Freistuhler, Emily Fulk, Elijah Graham, Alexis Hall, Jordyn Hall, Brittany Hayslett, Chloe Heins, Stephen Hendershot, Nawal Hijazi, Sean Holthaus, MacKenzie Homan, Andrew Jensen, Makayla Jones, Peyton Jones, Rheanna Kies, Derek Larger, Eva Latimer, Megan Lewis, Jessica Ludwig, Jack Martin, Victoria Martin, Melinda McBride, Emily McCroskey, Carylie Mosley,Jordan Perkins, Riley Pollard, Noah Richards, Robin Slife, Lauren Spaugy, Ryan Stallings, Ian Stephens, Jared Tangeman, Reign VanVoorhis, Chaela Williams, Alexander Willman and Tyler Wismar.

Junior honors 3–3.49 Chantal Ausborn, Dustin Ball, Michael Barber, Sarah Beck, Jalen Block, Caleb Bray, Eva Cotterman, Mindy Crim, Thomas Dunn, Courtney Fitchpatrick, Caleb Fogle, Travis Gossard, Kane Gregg, Jalen Herd, Kira Hoover, Brittany Iriarte, Holli James, Adam Jindani, Kyrie Kellner, Alicia Lloyd, Elisa Macias, James Market, Guadalupe Marruffo, Bryce Perea, Jacqueline Price, Josie Raterman, Kyle Ruppert, Kaitlyn Salyers, Corey Saunders, Emily Saunders, Kylea Sawmiller, Dustin Schaffer, Ashley Schemmel, Andrea Scott, Darius, Southern, Haley Spires and Baylee Watercutter. Junior high honors 3.5 and above Christina Akers, Katelynn Ball, Ivy Barker, Madison Barker, Eric Barnes, Justine Beard, Robert Benshoff, Jacob Blankenship, Megan Bodenmiller, Alexandra Bolin, Connor Bowers, Tiara Branscum, Cheyenne Broaddrick, Taylor Busse, Morgan Clark, Jordan Clay, Jaclyn Covington, Courtney Cox, Shianne Cunningham, Kyle Dembski, Lindsey Dieringer, Elizabeth Dietz, Bria Foy, Brianna Funk, Anna Goins, Lucas Goubeaux, Jacob Grubb, Ian Harvey, Cadalynn Hoellrich, Madeline Homan, Aaliyah Johnson, Cody Joyce, Tyler Joyce, Morgan Knasel, Katelyn Larger, Nea Launonen, Tianyun Li, Grace Lochard, Kyle Martin, Madelaine Martin, Grace Mavity, Tessa Mullins, Marina Oba, Sierra Palacios, Breeyonna Ragland, Josiah Rood, Rhett Rosengarten, Jason Scharenberg, Tyler Schlagetter, Brooke Schutte, Olivia Seving, Stevie Shepherd, Zachary Shiflet, Blake Steenrod, Morgan Stiffler, Noah Straman, Carolyn Stratton, Lindsey Sturwold, Austin Taijeron, Tiffany Thmpson, Jevin Turley, Drew Vonderhuevel, Newell Voress, Morgan White, Oakk Wynn and Whitney Zehender. Senior honors 3–3.49 Cameron Alexander, Erica Allen, Zachary Austin, Sebastian Barhorst, Jessica Beigel, Kayla Blosser, Christina Colon-Negron, Brittany Current, James Daniel, Stephanie Davis, Brittany Edwards, Austin Elmore, Kelcey Gallimore, Dayla Hammer, Monique Hanayik, Ashleigh Harris, Kendrick Henderson, Krystal Kessler, Allyson Kittle, Tyree Manley, Tyler Nation, Devaney Packer, Kyle Roesser, Taylor Shepherd, Levi Shoffner, Duncan Stackonis, Colby Starliper, Taylor Shepherd, Levi Shoffner, Duncan Stackonis, Colby Starliper, Alexander Wells, Aaliyah Wise and Taylor Young. Senior high honors 3.5 and above Michelle Abbott, Michael Akers, McKenzie Anderson, Shelbie Anderson, Kristin Beigel, Anthony Beremand, Jasmine Bixby, Claire Bonnoront, Alex Bowman, Cory Branscum, Eli Burnside, Mason Calvert, Myka Chavez, Samuel Clendenin, Jacob Colley, Danielle Cooper, Jacob Davis, Shannon Deal, Neal Dev, Ashley Doak, Kaleb Dotson, Deidra Drees, Tina Echemann, Joshua Edwards, Lauren Elmore, Autumn Emrick, Frank Enyart, Joel Fannon, Brian Fishbaugh, Samantha Fogt, Hally Greene, Israel Gregg, Kayla Hamilton, Jordan Harp, Konner Harris, Logan Harvey, Preston Heath, Hannah Hickman, Emily Hix, Paige Howard, Devin Huffman, Wagner Huskey, Maurice Ickes, Ann Imke, Dylan Kendall, Marilyn Kies, Jerrod Landers, George Latimer, Nicholas Laurh, Paulina Lawson, Thomas Lindsey, Christopher Link, Jacob Lochard, Dustin Lorenzo, Gro Marthinussen, Fredrick Martin, Mitchell Martin, Morgan Maurer, Lydia McBride, Hannah Meyer, Ashley Miller, Amanda Mitchell, Allison Neu, Dylan Owen, Samuel Richards, Joseph Richmond, Brhiannon Riddle, Troy Rosengarten, Kelsey Rossman, Brandon Schemmel, Samantha Sharpe, Collin Smith, Morgan Smith, Clara Snavley, Brooke St. Myers, Samantha Sharpe, Collin Smith, Morgan Smith, Clara Snavley, Brooke St. Myers, Heather West, Victoria Wilver, Jessika Yates and David Young.

CLASSIFIEDS LEGALS LEGAL NOTICE REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL – TEMPORARY STAFFING SERVICES The Shelby County Department of Job and Family Services is seeking proposals from temporary staffing agencies to aid in the delivery of public assistance programs in Shelby County. The temporary staffing agreement will be in effect for the period of July 1, 2013 – June 30, 2014. Proposal documents are available electronically or via mail from Amy Ahrens of the Shelby County Department of Job & Family Services at 227 South Ohio Avenue, Sidney, Ohio 45365; phone (937) 498-4981, ext 2861. Completed proposals must be submitted to the above address by 4:00pm, May 31, 2013, to be considered.

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The State of Ohio, Shelby County Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. as Trustee for Option One Mortgage Loan Trust 2006-1 Asset-Backed Certificates, Series 2006-1, Plaintiff vs. Helena A. Wallace, c/o C T Corporation System, et al., Defendant In pursuance of an Order of Sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, in the second floor lobby of the Courthouse in the above named county, on Wednesday, the 15th day of May, 2013 at 10:00AM the following described real estate, situate in the County of Shelby and State of Ohio, and Village of Botkins , to wit: Situated in the Village of Botkins, County of Shelby, and State of Ohio, and more particularly described as follows: Commencing at a point One Hundred and Thirty-four (134) feet South of the point where South Street in said Village of Botkins Ohio, crosses the Wapakoneta and Sidney Pike; thence South One Hundred Forty (140) feet; thence West One Hundred and Sixtyfive (165) feet; thence North One Hundred Forty (140) feet; thence West One Hundred Sixty-five (165) feet to the place of beginning, except Sixty

LEGAL NOTICE REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL – FAMILY COACHING SERVICES The Shelby County Department of Job & Family Services is accepting proposals for Family Coaching Services for at risk families in Shelby County. The coach(es) will assist individuals in developing the skills necessary to function independently as parents. The agreement will be for the period of July 1, 2013 – June 30, 2014. Request for Quote 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 ext.# 2861. Completed documents must be submitted to the above address by 4:00 PM, May 31, 2013, to be considered.

Happy Ads / Birthday / Anniversary Lost & Found LOST CAMERAS all in one bag on April 12th in parking lot between Steak-n-Steak and Walmart. Please call (937)6700057 if you have found them. LOST, NECKLACE, Gold with 5 diamonds in pendant, Lost near the Spot on Wednesday, Reward, (937)492-2743 Memory / Thank You Miscellaneous Table, 4 chairs, china cabinet $60; patio furniture complete with umbrella $110; coffee table, 3 end tables $125; wooden desk, chair $60; entertainment center $25 (937)3356064 Estate Sales PIQUA, 1245 Covington Avenue (corner of Rench & Covington), Friday, 10-6 & Saturday, 9-6. Estate Sale! Furniture, lots of household items, Christmas, knick knacks, way too much to mention! Yard Sale

(60) feet off of the South side which was sold and a Warranty Deed given to A. McEvoy. Said parcel is known as Inlot 130 in the Village of Botkins. Said Premises Located at 205 South Main Street, Botkins, OH 45306 Said Premises Appraised at $48,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. TERMS OF SALE: 10% deposit John Lenhart, Sheriff Shelby County, Ohio Matthew J. Richardson, Attorney Apr. 24, May 1, 8 40038619

LEGALS IN THE COMMON PLEAS COURT OF SHELBY COUNTY, OHIO COMPLAINT OF CIVIL FORECLOSURE CASE NO. 13CV000081 State of Ohio, Plaintiff vs. Gabriel Garza-Rivera 6441 Hartman Street Las Vegas, Nevada 89108-5664, Defendant. Now comes Plaintiff, State of Ohio, by and through its undersigned counsel, who verifies upon information and belief, as follows: 1. This is an action by the State of Ohio seeking forfeiture of the property described below: a. All right, title and interest of a black Ford Taurus automobile, VIN #1FAFP55SXYA213479. 2. The Defendant’s property is subject to forfeiture pursuant to O.R.C. §2981.02(A)(2) and 2981.05. 3. The property qualifies under the above section for forfeiture as it was proceeds that were derived from or acquired through the commission of an offense. On or about August 19th, 2008 this vehicle and the Defendant were involved in a traffic accident at the 200 block of North Vandemark Road in Sidney, Ohio. (See attached Police Report, Exhibit “A”). It was later found that the occupant and owner of the vehicle, a Lance Longoria, was a false and fictitious name that the Defendant used to acquired the vehicle. (See attached Court Order, Exhibit “B”). Therefore, since the property was used pursuant to O.R.C. §2981.02(A)(2) as proceeds derived or acquired through the commission of an offense, the aforementioned property qualifies as forfeiture property pursuant to §2981.05. 4. The State of Ohio brings this forfeiture action well after the requisite sixty (60) days as required by §2981.03(F) but submits that the new employees of the Shelby County Prosecutor’s Office were just made aware of this situation by local law enforcement and have acted quickly on this matter. Further, Defendant has not attempted to contact or communicate with law enforcement or the Prosecutor’s Office to our knowledge. Therefore, we believe that good cause exists to extend the timeliness of the filing of this action and ask the Court to find the same. WHEREFORE, the Plaintiff, State of Ohio, prays for the proposed property to be forfeited and a clear title transferred to the State of Ohio for proper disposal under O.R.C. §2981.12. OFFICE OF THE PROSECUTOR SHELBY COUNTY, OHIO William R. Zimmerman, Jr., #0078925 Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Shelby County Courthouse, First Floor Post Office Box 4158 Sidney, Ohio 45365 Telephone: (937) 498-2101 FAX: (937) 658-6125 E-mail: wzimmerman@shelbycountyprosecutor.com Apr. 24, May 1

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FORT LORAMIE, 3291 Kaiser -vsRoad, (Corner Route 47 and Michael Smith aka Michael A. Smith, et al., Defendants Kaiser), Friday 9am-5pm and Court of Common Pleas, Shelby County, Ohio Saturday 9am-3pm Furniture, collectibles, Holiday and In pursuance of an Alias Order of Sale Without Reappraisal in the above enChristmas items, toys, baby titled action, I will offer for sale at public auction at the 2nd floor lobby of things, afgans, dishes trampo- the Courthouse in the above county, on the 15thth day of May, 2013 at line and more!! 10:00 a.m. the following described real estate:

HARDIN, 5645 Houston Road, Situated in the County of Shelby in the State of Ohio and in the Township Friday & Saturday 9am-5pm, of Jackson: NB-18 months, Junior, mens, Being part of the Northeast quarter of Section 31, Town 7 South, Range 7 Womens clothing, MiscelEast, Jackson Township, Shelby County, Ohio, and further described as follaneous HARDIN, 5815 Hardin Wapak Road, Saturday only!! 8amnoon, clothes, boys 4t-5t, girls 10-12, 14-16, junior & womens, Barbie Jeep, Vera Bradley, full bed frame, dresser, comforters, kids chairs, Miscellaneous items, Cheap prices, everything must go! NEWPORT, 2241 State Route 47 West, Friday & Saturday 9am-5pm, Bread maker, sewing machine, electric weed trimmer, Lots of Home Interior, Clothes, Area rug, bike,Christmas items, and Much more!!!! PIQUA, 10566 N CO RD 25A, Friday, Saturday & Sunday, 84. SUV, tools, concession equipment, VHS tapes, CDs, DVDs, Vera Bradley, shoes, lots of women's clothes, women's uniforms, household items, miscellaneous. PIQUA, 511 Harney, Friday & Saturday, 8am-8pm. Moving Sale! Dishes with strawberry design and accessories, 2 hot rollers sets, Indian plates, jewelry, dolls, clowns, Tupperware, play pen, commode, 6 slice toaster oven/broiler, box fan, Christmas items: all new in box! Queen bed & comforter set, curio, desks, entertainment centers, folding tables, electronics, convalescent items, knick knacks. PIQUA, 811 Garbry Road (behind mall - look for the big tent), May 2-4, 8am-4pm. Lots of antiques, furniture, jewelry, household miscellaneous, movies, knives, toys, riding lawn mower. No early birds!

lows: Beginning at a RR Spike found on the south line of the NE 1/4 said Section 31, in the center of the Pasco-Montra Rd.; thence N89°-33'W, along the south line of said northeast quarter, 423.93 ft. to an iron pin; thence N6°31'E, 310.00 ft. to an iron pin; thence S89°-33'E, 423.93 ft. to a RR Spike in the center of said Pasco-Montra Rd.; thence S6°-31'W, along said center, 310.00 ft. to the place of beginning; Containing 3.000 acres, more or less, being subject to all legal highways, and subject to a perpetual sanitary tile easement from the premises herein conveyed into adjacent tile fields, and being part of the premises recorded in Volume 246, page 271 of the Shelby County Deed Records; Plat recorded in Volume 19, page 13; (The above description prepared by William G. Fultz, Jr., Registered Surveyor No. 5173, of 1310 Hickory Court, Sidney, OH 45365). Parcel Number(s): 19-06-31-200-006 Prior Deed Info.: Fiduciary Deed, Book 294, Page 81, filed June 07, 1991 Said premises also known as 13045 Pasco Montra Road, Maplewood OH 45340 PPN: 19-06-31-200-006 Appraised at: $81,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds (2/3) of that amount. TERMS OF SALE: A DEPOSIT OF A CERTIFIED CHECK, PAYABLE TO THE SHERIFF, OR CASH, FOR TEN (10%) PER CENT OF THE PURCHASE PRICE WILL BE REQUIRED AT THE TIME THE BID IS ACCEPTED; EXCEPT WHERE THE BID AMOUNT IS $3,000.00 OR LESS, THE MINIMUM DEPOSIT SHALL BE $300 AND THE MAXIMUM DEPOSIT IN ANY CASE SHALL BE $10,000. THE FULL PURCHASE PRICE PAID TO THE SHERIFF WITHIN THIRTY (30) DAYS FROM THE DATE OF SALE, AND UNLESS PAID WITHIN EIGHT (8) DAYS FROM THE DATE OF SALE SHALL BEAR INTEREST AT THE RATE OF TEN (10%) PER CENT UNTIL PAID, AND ON FAILURE TO DO SO, THE PURCHASER, SHALL BE ADJUDGED IN CONTEMPT OF COURT. John R. Lenhart, Sheriff of Shelby County THE LAW OFFICES OF JOHN D. CLUNK, CO., LPA John D. Clunk #0005376 Ted A. Humbert #0022307 Timothy R. Billick #0010390 Robert R. Hoose #0074544 4500 Courthouse Blvd, #400, Stow OH 44224 PH: 330-436-0300 FAX: 330-436-0301 Apr. 24, May 1, 8 40038601


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PIQUA, corner of Wood and Downing Streets, St. John's Lutheran Church, Rummage and bake sale, Friday, May 3rd, 9am-3pm and Saturday, May 4th, 9am-1pm.

PIQUA/ SIDNEY, 16000 Kirkwood (off 25A), Thursday, May 2, 9am-2pm & Friday, May 3, 9am-5pm. Computers and accessories, books, clothes, tops, shorts, pants, jeans. Lady, men S-4X, boy, girl 2-16 and miscellaneous items.

RUSSIA Community Garage Sales, Friday, May 3, 9am6pm and Saturday, May 4, 9am-1pm. Many multi family locations!

LEGALS SHERIFF'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE REVISED CODE, SECTION 2329.25 NO. 12CV000361 The State of Ohio, Shelby County Wells Fargo Bank, NA, Plaintiff vs. Sonja M. Cost, et al., Defendant In pursuance of an Order of Sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, in the second floor lobby of the Courthouse in the above named county, on Wednesday, the 15th day of May, 2013 at 10:00AM the following described real estate, situate in the County of Shelby and State of Ohio, and Village of Anna , to wit: Tract One: Situate in the Village of Anna, Shelby County, Ohio, viz: Being Lot Number Twenty-five (25) and the South half of Lot Number Twenty-three (23) both in Block B of the Highland Addition to said Village of Anna, Ohio. Subject to a restriction as recorded in the Original Plat. Being the same premises conveyed to the Grantor herein by a deed recorded in Book No. 140 at Page 462, of the Records of Deed of Shelby County, Ohio. Tract Two: Situate in the Village of Anna, Shelby County, Ohio, viz: Being the North half of Lot Number Twenty-three (23) in Block "B" of Highland Park Addition to the said Village of Anna, Shelby County, Ohio, as recorded in Plat Record Number Three (3) on file in the offices of the County Recorder of Shelby County, Ohio, and subject to the restrictions as recorded in the original plat. Said Premises Located at 209 Fairview Avenue, Anna, OH 45302 Said Premises Appraised at $33,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. TERMS OF SALE: 10% deposit John Lenhart, Sheriff Shelby County, Ohio Kevin L. Williams, Attorney Apr. 24, May 1, 8

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LEGALS SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE CASE NUMBER 12CV000387 HSBC Bank USA, N.A., As Trustee for the registered holders of Nomura Home Equity Loan, Inc., Asset-Backed Certificates, Series 2006-HE3, Plaintiff -vsJames P. Mckenzie aka, James Paul McKenzie, et al., et al., Defendants Court of Common Pleas, Shelby County, Ohio In pursuance of an Order of Sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction at the 2nd floor lobby of the Courthouse in the above county, on the 15th day of May, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. the following described real estate: SITUATED IN THE COUNTY OF SHELBY, IN THE STATE OF OHIO AND IN THE CITY OF SIDNEY AND BEING LOT NUMBERED 3588 GREEN TREE HILLS SUBDIVISION, SECTION 1 AS RECORDED IN PAT BOOK "5", PAGES 125 AND 126 OF THE PLAT RECORDS OF SHELBY COUNTY, OHIO. Being located at the following address: 1526 Park Street, Sidney, OH 45365 Parcel Number(s): 01-18-26-328-029 Prior Deed Info.: General Warranty Deed, Recorded in Volume 356, Page 194, Filed on 07/08/1997 Said premises also known as 1526 Park Street, Sidney, OH 45365-1029 PPN: 01-18-26-328-029 Appraised at: $62,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds (2/3) of that amount. TERMS OF SALE: A DEPOSIT OF A CERTIFIED CHECK, PAYABLE TO THE SHERIFF, OR CASH, FOR TEN (10%) PER CENT OF THE PURCHASE PRICE WILL BE REQUIRED AT THE TIME THE BID IS ACCEPTED; EXCEPT WHERE THE BID AMOUNT IS $3,000.00 OR LESS, THE MINIMUM DEPOSIT SHALL BE $300 AND THE MAXIMUM DEPOSIT IN ANY CASE SHALL BE $10,000. THE FULL PURCHASE PRICE PAID TO THE SHERIFF WITHIN THIRTY (30) DAYS FROM THE DATE OF SALE, AND UNLESS PAID WITHIN EIGHT (8) DAYS FROM THE DATE OF SALE SHALL BEAR INTEREST AT THE RATE OF TEN (10%) PER CENT UNTIL PAID, AND ON FAILURE TO DO SO, THE PURCHASER, SHALL BE ADJUDGED IN CONTEMPT OF COURT. John R. Lenhart, Sheriff of Shelby County THE LAW OFFICES OF JOHN D. CLUNK, CO., LPA John D. Clunk #0005376 Ted A. Humbert #0022307 Timothy R. Billick #0010390 Robert R. Hoose #0074544 4500 Courthouse Blvd, #400, Stow OH 44224 PH: 330-436-0300 FAX: 330-436-0301 Apr. 24, May 1, 8

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SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE REVISED CODE, SEC. 2329.26 NO. 12-CV-234 The State of Ohio, Shelby County. Bank of New York Mellon, Plaintiff vs. Mark Clifford, et al., Defendant In pursuance of an Order of Sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, in the second floor lobby of the courthouse, in the above named County, on May 15th, 2013 at 10:00 am, the following described real estate, Situated in the City of Sidney, County of Shelby and State of Ohio, viz: Being Lot No. 3899 in the Northwood Village Section 1 Subdivision as shown on plat thereof filed for record in the Office of the Shelby County Recorder on June 9, 1970, as Instrument No. 73545. Parcel No. 01-1824277.031 Address: 2304 Collins, Sidney, Ohio 45365 Deed Reference: Volume 373, Page 323-324 Said Premises Located at 2304 COLLINS DR SIDNEY, OHIO 45365 Said Premises Appraised at 90,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. TERMS OF SALE: 10% down at time of sale, balance due in 30 days. Sheriff John Lenhart, Sheriff Shelby County, OH Brian Duffy, Esq., Attorney Apr. 24, May 1, 8

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SIDNEY 1033 E Parkwood Street. Friday May 3rd and Saturday May 4th 8am-4pm. (no early birds) Extension ladder, eight foot ladder, hand tools, Incredible one of a kind Maximizer MAC tool box, electric hedge trimmer, garden tools, wheel barrow, snow shovels, Dremel, Orbit sander, lawn chairs, "Swings & Things" deck furniture with umbrella, two antique trunks, antique wash stand, antique dresser with mirror, antique dressing table, antique desk, baby changing table, games, kitchenware and household items too may to list. We're going and it's not coming with us!

SIDNEY 818 N Linden Ave. May 2nd 3-7pm, May 3rd 9am6pm. Table saw, circular saw, screw guns, clothes, tool boxes & tools, household items, truck topper, washer, dryer, books and lots more!

SIDNEY 710 W Hoewisher Rd. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 8am-5pm. Plus size clothes, jeans, dresses, lawn equipment, 2 lawn mowers, weed eater, hand tools, lots of miscellaneous.

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SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE REVISED CODE, SEC. 2329.26 NO. 11CV000255 The State of Ohio, Shelby County. JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. successor in interest to Washington Mutual Bank fka Washington Mutual Bank, FA successor in interest to Homeside Lending, Inc., Plaintiff vs. Daniel P. Schulze, et al., Defendant In pursuance of an Order of Sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, 17322 State Route 47 East, Sidney, OH 45365 in the second floor lobby of the courthouse, in the above named County, on May 15, 2013, at 10:00 am, the following described real estate, A copy of the full legal description can be found @ the Shelby Co. Courthouse. Parcel No: 44-1916327.003 Prior Deed Reference: 305/211 Said Premises Located at 17322 State Route 47 East, Sidney, OH 45365 Said Premises Appraised at $78,000 and cannot be sold for less than twothirds of that amount. TERMS OF SALE: 10% down at time of sale, balance due in 30 days. Sheriff John Lenhart, Sheriff Shelby County, OH Kirk Sampson, Attorney Apr. 24, May 1, 8

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SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE REVISED CODE, SEC. 2329.26 LEGALS NO. 12CV000340 The State of Ohio, Shelby County. SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association, Plaintiff REVISED CODE, SEC. 2329.26 vs. NO. 09 CV 000033 William Hawk aka William J. Hawk, et al., Defendant The State of Ohio, Shelby County. In pursuance of an Order of Sale in the above entitled action, I will offer Wells Fargo Bank, National Association as Trustee for the MLMI Trust Sefor sale at public auction, 515 South Miami Avenue, Sidney, OH 45365 in the second floor lobby of the courthouse, in the above named County, on May ries 2005-WMC2, Plaintiff vs. 15, 2013, at 10:00 am, the following described real estate, Norman C. Krieger, Jr., et al., Defendant Copy of full legal description can be found at the Shelby Co. Courthouse. In pursuance of an Order of Sale in the above entitled action, I will offer Parcel #: 01-1836426.014 for sale at public auction, 10061 State Route 47a West, Sidney, OH 45365 Said Premises Located at 515 South Miami Avenue, Sidney, OH 45365 in the second floor lobby of the courthouse, in the above named County, on May 15 2013, at 10:00 am, the following described real estate, Said Premises Appraised at $ 15,000 Copy of the full legal description can be found @ Shelby Co. Courthouse. Parcel No: 481829351015 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. Prior Deed Reference: O.R. Book 1671, Page 359 Said Premises Located at 10061 State Route 47a West, Sidney, OH 45365 TERMS OF SALE: 10% down at time of sale, balance due in 30 days Said Premises Appraised at $40,000 and cannot be sold for less than twothirds of that amount. Sheriff John Lenhart, Sheriff Shelby County, OH TERMS OF SALE: 10% down at time of sale, balance due in 30 days. Sheriff John Lenhart, Sheriff Shelby County, OH Tyler G. Shank, Attorney Ellen L. Fornash, Attorney Apr. 24, May 01, 08 Apr. 24, May 1, 8 40038610

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LEGALS IN THE COMMON PLEAS COURT OF SHELBY COUNTY, OHIO COMPLAINT OF CIVIL FORECLOSURE CASE NO. 13CV000080 State of Ohio, Plaintiff vs. Elizabeth Christopher 821 Rosedale Avenue St. Marys, Ohio 45885 and Sondra K. Deal 880 Merrilane Sidney, Ohio 45365, Defendants Now comes Plaintiff, State of Ohio, by and through its undersigned counsel, who hereby verify upon information and belief, as follows: 1. This is an action by the State of Ohio seeking forfeiture of the property described below: a. All right, title and interest of a 1995 Ford Escort automobile, VIN #1FASP11J8SW191982. 2. The Defendant’s property is subject to forfeiture pursuant to O.R.C. 2981.2 (A)(2) and 2981.05. 3. The property qualifies under the above section for forfeiture as it was proceeds derived from or acquired through the commission of an offense. On or about January 21st, 2009 this vehicle was discovered to be in the possession of Defendant Sondra Deal and Timothy Spradlin. Spradlin reported that Deal had acquired the vehicle from a certain female that was posing as Defendant Elizabeth Christopher but that Christopher, who was deceased, did not transfer the vehicle. (See attached Police Report, Exhibit “A”). Therefore, since the property was used pursuant to O.R.C. 2981.02 (A)(2) as proceeds derived or acquired through the commission of an offense, the aforementioned property qualifies as forfeiture property pursuant to 2981.05. 4. The State of Ohio brings this forfeiture action well after the requisite sixty (60) days as required by 2981.03(F) but submits that the new employees of the Shelby County Prosecutor’s Office were just made aware of this situation by local law enforcement and have acted quickly on this matter. Further, Defendant has not attempted to contact or communicate with law enforcement or the Prosecutor’s Office to our knowledge. THEREFORE, we believe that good cause exits to extend the timeliness of the filing of this action and ask the Court to find the same. OFFICE OF THE PROSECUTOR SHELBY COUNTY, OHIO William R. Zimmerman, Jr., #0078925 Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Shelby County Courthouse, First Floor Post Office Box 4158 Sidney, Ohio 45365 Telephone: (937) 498-2101 FAX: (937) 658-6125 E-mail: wzimmerman@shelbycountyprosecutor.com Apr. 24, May 1

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RUSSIA, 3493 Miller Road, May 2-4, 8am-? Wagnerware, coffee grinders, glassware, angel food cake, noodles, miscellaneous.

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PIQUA, Monnin Estates on Country Club, Friday & Saturday, times vary! Many houses come and see what all we have to offer!!

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SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE REVISED CODE, SEC. 2329.26 NO. 12-CV-251 The State of Ohio, Shelby County. USDA, Plaintiff vs. Ronald D. Vaughn, et al., Defendant In pursuance of an Order of Sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction in the second floor lobby of the courthouse, in the above named County, on May 15, 2013, at 10:00 a.m., the following described real estate, File Number: T2012-630 Situated in the State of Ohio, County of Shelby, City of Sidney, and being Lot Numbered Four Thousand One Hundred Nine (4,109) in River Bend Hill, Section One (1) as the same is recorded in Plat Book 8, Page 36 of the Plat Records of Shelby County, Ohio. Premises commonly know as: 1053 Riverbend Boulevard, Sidney, OH 45365 Parcel Number: 01-22-05-327-009 Said Premises Located at 1053 Riverbend Boulevard, Sidney, OH 45365 Said Premises Appraised at $48,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. TERMS OF SALE: 10% down at time of sale, balance due in 30 days. Sheriff John Lenhart, Sheriff Shelby County, OH Stephen D. Miles, Attorney Apr. 24, May 1, 8

SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE REVISED CODE, SEC. 2329.26 NO. 12CV000276 The State of Ohio, Shelby County. JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association, Plaintiff vs. John A. Burnside, et al., Defendant In pursuance of an Order of Sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, 218 South Miami Avenue, Sidney, OH 45365 in the second floor lobby of the courthouse, in the above named County, on May 15, 2013, at 10:00 am, the following described real estate, Copy of the full legal description can be found @ Shelby Co. Courthouse. Parcel No: 1-1836279.016 Prior Deed Reference: Book 921, Page 87 Said Premises Located at 218 South Miami Avenue, Sidney, OH 45365

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Said Premises Appraised at $ 60,000 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. TERMS OF SALE: 10% down at time of sale, balance due in 30 days Sheriff John Lenhart, Sheriff Shelby County, OH Carson Rothfuss, Attorney Apr. 24, May 01, 08 40038609


Sidney Daily News,Wednesday, May 1, 2013 Yard Sale SIDNEY, 1277 Turner Drive, Thursday, 9-4, Friday, 9-4, Saturday, 9-11. Deep freeze, wedding dress, foosball table, women's, men's & children's clothing, home decor, toys. SIDNEY, 1500 Port Jefferson Road, (across from Golf Course), Thursday & Friday 9am-4pm, Wine rack, furniture, pictures, Bissell mop cleaner, daybed, jewelry, lamps, baby & adult clothes, a lot of nice items, you wont be disappointed!!

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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.

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For over 33 years, Weigandt Development Ltd. has been an independent design/build contractor in the west central Ohio region. Our aggressive efforts have created a need for an experienced estimator/manager for commercial, industrial, and residential construction. The individual must have a working knowledge of the various aspects associated with building, remodeling, and repairs in all phases of construction. The job requires a positive attitude, sense of urgency, strong communication skills, and the ability to multi-task. We offer a liberal benefit package and opportunity for growth.

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VERSAILLES, 10549 HB Hole Rd, May 2 & 3, 8am-6pm. American Girl Doll, heart shaped wedding arch, household collectibles, plants, girls, women's plus, men's clothes, lots miscellaneous.

VERSAILLES, 10760 HB Hole Road, Thursday, May 2 & Friday May 3, 8am-6pm. MULTI FAMILY! Antique and old farm tools, men's ladies children's clothes, furniture, stroller, changing table, wedding dress, 220v window AC, free organ, books, shoes, bedding, household decor and miscellaneous Longaberger, more.

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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with job title in the subject line. Or complete an application at the Shelby, Miami or Darke County Job Center No phone calls please Please visit: www.norcold.com to learn more. EOE Houses For Sale 1236 TURNER, Sidney. 3 bedroom, 2 bath home, C/A, 2 car garage. $128,500. Jim Walterbusch, (419)305-3231, Arnold Group. HANDYMAN Special, Needs some repairs, some electrical & plumbing, 3 bedroom, 1 bath, appraised at $29000, asking $5000, 317 Oak Street, (937)844-8923 NEARLY NEW 5 bedroom country ranch. Finished basement, Anna Schools, John Barnett, (419)738HOME(4663). Scott Ross Realty. Apartments /Townhouses 1 BEDROOM, 1-2 adults, no pets. 217 Brookburn. Deposit, references. (937)492-0829.

1520 SPRUCE. 2 bedroom, $475 month, $200 deposit. Air, range, refrigerator, laundry, no pets. Call for showing: (937)710-5075 2 BEDROOMS, upstairs, appliances, $350 month plus deposit. North West Avenue, (937)726-1356. ANNA, Large 3 bedroom duplex. Attached garage. No pets. gemstoneofanna.com (937)538-6793 dmgreve@bright.net

Pets

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SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE REVISED CODE, SEC. 11681 REVISED CODE SEC. 2329.26 CASE NO. 13CV000003 The State of Ohio, Shelby County Bank of America, N.A., Plaintiff - vs Jerry Binkley, et al., Defendant In pursuance of an Order of Sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, on the Second floor lobby of the Shelby County Courthouse, in Sidney, Ohio, on Wednesday, the 15th day of May, 2013 at 10:00 A.M. o’clock P.M., the following described real estate, to-wit: LEGAL DESCRIPTION CAN BE FOUND AT THE SHELBY COUNTY RECORDER’S OFFICE. PROPERTY ADDRESS: 1151 North Miami Avenue, Sidney, Ohio 45365 PROPERTY OWNER: Jerry Binkley PRIOR DEED REFERENCE: PP#: 01-18-25-230-022 Said Premises Appraised at $81,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of this amount. TERMS OF SALE: Cash. Cannot be sold for less than 2/3rds of the appraised value. 10% of purchase price down on day of sale, cash or certified check, balance on confirmation of sale. John R. Lenhart, Sheriff Shelby County, Ohio REIMER, ARNOVITZ, CHERNEK & JEFFREY CO., L.P.A. By: Peter L. Mehler (Reg. #0075283) Attorneys for Plaintiff Apr. 24, May 1, 8

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COOPER’S 40037668 GRAVEL

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Gravel Hauled, Laid & Leveled Driveways & Parking Lots

SHERIFF'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE

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Motorcycles MINI BIKE, 2 cycle, looks like small Harley, $250, (937)2160202

Health Care

RVs / Campers

Senior Homecare

George W. Hickman, AKA George Wesley Hickman, Jr., et al., Defendant In pursuance of an Order of Sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, in the second floor lobby of the Courthouse in the

Personal • Comfort

above named county, on Wednesday, the 15th day of May, 2013 at 10:00AM the following described real estate, situate in the County of Shelby

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SOFAS, 2 Floral Sofas, 1 new, 1 used in excellent condition, (937)492-4792

COMPUTER DESK, wood tone with file drawer, $30. 14" and 20" TVs. $15 each, (937)492-9863 FURNITURE, Moving, nice items for sale, Couch's, beds, matching chair sets, big screen tv, stereo system with surround sound, (937)726-8029 LAWNMOWER, White, 48in riding lawnmower, 20hp, excellent condition, $700, (937)3622261 PICNIC TABLE, 7 Foot, Sturdy, $30, (937)492-5322 WOOD CHIPPER, 16.5hp, electric start, limbs up to 4-1/2 inch diameter, good shape, new knife, $1600, (937)2160202 Cleaning & Maintenance

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SHERIFF'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE REVISED CODE, SECTION 2329.25 NO. 12CV000256 The State of Ohio, Shelby County Wells Fargo Bank, NA. Plaintiff vs. Charles P. Von Schaaf, AKA Charles P. Von Schaaf, Jr., et al., Defendant In pursuance of an Order of Sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, in the second floor lobby of the Courthouse in the above named county, on Wednesday, the 15th day of May, 2013 at 10:00AM the following described real estate, situate in the County of Shelby and State of Ohio, and City of Sidney, to wit: The following described premises, situated in the City of Sidney, County of Shelby, and State of Ohio: Being the South half of Inlot Number 1517 in said City of Sidney, Shelby County, Ohio. Subject to any Restrictions, Conditions, Covenants, Rights, Rights of Way, and Easements now of record. Said Premises Located at 733 Crescent Drive, Sidney, OH 45365 Said Premises Appraised at $50,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. TERMS OF SALE: 10% deposit John Lenhart, Sheriff Shelby County, Ohio Kevin L. Williams, Attorney Apr. 24, May 1, 8 40038620

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Being all of Lot No. 13 in Stewart's Third Subdivision to said City of Sidney, as Shown by Plat No. 37932 filed in the Office of the County Recorder of Shelby County, Ohio on October 16, 1957.

two-thirds of that amount. TERMS OF SALE: 10% deposit

• Lawn Maintenance and Mowing • Shrub Planting & Removal • Shrub Trimming • Tree Removal • Tree Trimming • Pavers & Wall Stone, Hardscapes

Miscellaneous

and State of Ohio, and City of Sidney, to wit: Situated in the City of Sidney, County of Shelby and State of Ohio:

Said Premises Located at 117 Stewart Avenue, Sidney, OH 45365 Said Premises Appraised at $63,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than

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SOFA, 3 Seat, colonial wood and covering, good condition, Free for the hauling, (937)7266464

CAMPING MEMBERSHIP, Lakewood Village Resort located in Wapakoneta, Ohio, asking $3500. Call for more details (937)418-2702.

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

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LEGALS SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE REVISED CODE, SEC. 2329.26 NO. 12CV000163 The State of Ohio, Shelby County. JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association successor by merger to Chase Home Finance, LLC, Plaintiff vs. Brian M. Gold aka Brian Gold, et al., Defendant In pursuance of an Order of Sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, 13715 Fort Loramie Swanders Road, Sidney, OH 45365 in the second floor lobby of the courthouse, in the above named County, on May 15, 2013, at 10:00 am, the following described real estate, Copy of full legal description can be found @ the Shelby Co. Courthouse. Parcel No: 13-1335451.012 Prior Deed Reference: Volume 1675, Page 581 Said Premises Located at 13715 Fort Loramie Swanders Road, Sidney, OH 45365

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Said Premises Appraised at $ 28,000 and cannot be sold for less than twothirds of that amount. TERMS OF SALE: 10% down at time of sale, balance due in 30 days Sheriff John Lenhart, Sheriff Shelby County, OH Susana E. Lykins, Attorney Apr. 24, May 01, 08 40038599

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SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE REVISED CODE, SEC. 2329.26 CASE NO. 12CV000313 The State of Ohio, Shelby County. CITIMORTGAGE, INC., Plaintiff vs. JESSY R. STRUNK, et al., Defendants. In pursuant of an Order of Sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the 2nd Floor Lobby of the Courthouse, in Sidney, in the above named County, on Wednesday, the 15th day of May , 2013 , at 10:00 o’clock A.M., the following described real estate, situate in the County of Shelby and State of Ohio, and in the City of Sidney, to wit: Situated in the City of Sidney, County of Shelby, State of Ohio to-wit: Being Inlot Number Seventeen Hundred Fifty-four (1754) in Highland Terrace Addition to said City of Sidney, Ohio. Being the same premises as conveyed by a deed recorded in Book 142, Page 428 of the Records of Deed in Shelby County, Ohio. Said Premises Located at: 728 Taft St., Sidney, OH 45365 Said Premises Appraised at $39,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. Terms of Sale: 10% down day of sale John R. Lenhart, Sheriff Shelby County, Ohio Colette S. Carr (SC#0075097), Attorney for Plaintiff Apr. 24, May 1, 8

Call 937-236-5392

Equal opportunity provider and that work .com employer TREE TRIMMER/ GROUNDSMAN/ CLIMBER, Must have experience in rope/ saddle, Boats & Marinas good driving record. Wages depend on experience. Good 2000 YAMAHA jet boat, (2) p a y / b e n e f i t s , ( 9 3 7 ) 4 9 2 - 135HP engines, boat & trailer in excellent condition, engines 8486(937)492-8486 have between 60-80 hours Production/Operations running time, boat cover, life jackets, water skis & tubes, can be seen at 808 North Miami Avenue, Sidney. Around back. Paid $23,000 new. Asking $9500. Will consider any offer, (937)638-2222.

Production positions start at $10.00/hr with pay progression opportunities for $.50/hr increases every 6 months up to $13.00/hr plus a $.50/hr shift premium. After progression, annual merit increase opportunities become available. Opportunities for higher skilled positions with higher pay such as Shipping, Machine Operators, Welders, Advanced Production, and more are posted internally to afford current employees advancement and growth within the Norcold, Inc. business.

937-394-7253

40037636

Auto Classic /Antiques

Norcold, Inc., recognized as the leader in refrigerator manufacturing for the RV, Marine, and Truck markets, is currently accepting applications for 3rd shift Production positions at both our Sidney and Gettysburg, Ohio facilities.

Call Mel Fullenkamp

Autos For Sale

Accepting applications for Maintenance position at Blossom Village Apts. 9 hours weekly, must have own tools.

PRODUCTION

40037741

2003 MERCURY, Grand Marquis LE, 1 owner, non smoker, 103k miles, asking $4800 obo, (937)658-0690

MAINTENANCE

at: 120 Red Bud circle (office) Jackson Center, OH 45334

Material & Workmanship Guaranteed

Autos Under $5000

HUMAN RESOURCES 319 S. Vine St. Fostoria, OH 44830

Wednesday, May1st or Thursday, May 2nd

Driveways Floors • Footers Patios • Sidewalks

2009 HONDA Rancher, TRX420, automatic, Green, excellent condition, (937)5966861

2006 NISSAN Quest SE, blue with grey interior, 110,000 miles. Fully loaded, very good condition, great family vehicle, $9900. (937)710-3907.

Apply in person:

Serving the area since 1995

40037852

Please send resumes to:

Concrete Construction 40037741

40037766

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.

LEGALS

Fullenkamp, Inc.

40037383

PRODUCTION TEAM MEMBERS

40037842

FENIX, LLC

Concrete & Masonry

Pets PERSIAN/HIMALAYAN KITTENS CFA registered brand new litter deposit required. Serious calls only (216)2164515

40037668

Other

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