SIDNEY — The state of Ohio has again recognized the city of Sidney for excellence in financial reporting.
Ousmane Wade, of Cincinnati, prepares his kitchen Tuesday, Jan. 27, for the opening of his new Senegalese cuisine carry-out restaurant and grocery store located next to the Dawg Pound at 549 N. Vandemark Road, Sidney. The name of Wade's new...
Sheriff's logTUESDAY-2:01 p.m.: bad checks. A bad check was reported passed at 4723 Hardin...
SIDNEY — As the city continues a program to reduce rainwater flows into sanitary sewers, Sidney City Council Monday night favored changing the program in response to concerns about its effects on the real estate market.
Police logMONDAY-6:40 p.m.: theft. Personnel at Menards reported someone stole two rolls of welding cable, valued at...
SIDNEY — Shelby County's unemployment rate held steady in December, bucking the trend as 68 Ohio counties saw an increase.
VANDALIA — Giving kids the opportunity to choose their own books, offering prizes, and using technology to record student progress has proven to be a recipe for success for area nonprofit organization Kids Read Now. An independent analysis of...
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Tuesday drawingsMega Millions estimated jackpot: $25 million• Pick 3 Midday: 6-4-3• Pick 4 Midday: 9-8-6-3
MARYSVILLE — The Acura brand recently celebrated sales in the United States of the 2 millionth North American-made Acura vehicle — 20 years after Acura production began in the U.S. — as the first new 2016 Acura ILX sports sedan...
JACKSON CENTER — Jackson Center Local Board of Education met Saturday, Jan. 24 to pass the first resolution necessary to place a renewal levy on the May 5 ballot.
BOTKINS — Remaining equipment and supplies from Botkins School will be sold at a live simulcast auction.
In Sidney Municipal Court Monday, assigned Judge Donald Luce fined Juan P. Marruffo, 40, 918 Park St., $375 and $201 costs, sentenced him to five days in jail, and suspended his driver's license six months for driving under the influence...
MINSTER — Fire alarms woke a family of eight Monday morning around 4 a.m. and everyone was able to get out of the house safely.
SIDNEY — It will cost $15,000 to demolish Brookside Lodge, a former Girl Scout building that now sits on city parkland. It would cost the city more than $53,000 to bring the building back to a usable condition. So, it was no surprise that Sidney...
Community First and the Shelby County Board of Developmental Disabilities are putting on a fashion show Saturday, Feb. 7 at 1 p.m.. The show will be held at 702 S. Main Ave. in what was Lowell Elementary. Local celebrities attending the event will...
Rheda Keller, of Sidney, paints snowmen during a fine art class for adults at the Amos Memorial Public Library. The class was held Monday, Jan. 26. The class was offered by The Community First Department of the Shelby County Board of Developmental...
SIDNEY — Longfellow Elementary School has named the following students to the honor roll for the second nine weeks:
COLUMBUS — Ohio State University has named the following local students to its honor roll for high academic achievement during the fall semester, 2014:
COLUMBUS — The Ohio Development Services Agency has announced that the Winter Crisis Program and the Percentage of Income Payment Plan Plus program can help Ohioans manage energy costs during cold winter days.
Sidney Alternative SchoolSIDNEY — The Sidney Alternative School has named the following students to its honor roll for the second nine-week grading period:
SIDNEY — Missy Rivera, of the Shelby County Libraries, will be the guest speaker, discussing “Using Facebook,” at the February meetings of the Computer Users.
COLUMBUS — The National Federation of Independent Business/Ohio the state's leading small business association, named Jack Buschur, owner of Buschur Electric in Minster, the recipient of the 2014 Small Business Champion...
Winter is a time of hardship for much of Ohio's wildlife. Food is scarce and the weather is cold. For the wildlife lover, providing otherwise scarce resources can draw the critters to you.
SIDNEY — Since 2007 the number of women in agriculture has increased by 7 percent in the United States. With this evolving statistic in the industry many new avenues for the community and state have developed in order to take advantage of these...
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