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Pizza for praise — band, that is - Sidney Daily News
Fred, left, and Judy Zwiebel, both of Sidney, eat pepperoni and sausage pizza at Lockington United Methodist Church recently. The church sold 70 pizzas to raise money for its praise band. People could eat-in, take out or have their pizzas delivered.
Community college myths vs. facts - Sidney Daily News
Despite all the recent publicity concerning higher education, many potential college students hesitate to enroll because of some basic misunderstandings concerning higher education in general and community colleges in particular. Have you delayed getting a ...
Sheriff surprised by colleagues, friends - Sidney Daily News
SIDNEY — Shelby County Sheriff John Lenhart got a birthday surprise Wednesday when county commissioners, county employees, fellow sheriff’s office employees, family members, the media and Rep. Jim Buchy (R-Greenville, 84th District) showed up at his ...
Wittenberg Handbell Choir to perform - Sidney Daily News
SIDNEY — As part of its 175th anniversary celebration, St. John’s Lutheran Church invites the public to a bell concert performed by the Wittenberg University Handbell Choir. The performance will be held Sunday, April 12, at 4 p.m. in St. John’s ...
New Bremen Middle School - Sidney Daily News
NEW BREMEN — New Bremen Junior High School has released its honor roll for the third nine-week grading period: High honor roll, 4.00: Grade 7: Kira Bertke, Brant Brautigam, Brooke Dicke, Hannah Kramer, Macy Puthoff, Brianna Wiedeman. Grade 8: Amy Balster ...
Celebrating the Resurrection of our Lord - Sidney Daily News
As this week progresses let us not forget what week it is: Holy Week. The week that begins on Palm Sunday and ends in a glorious celebration of Jesus’ resurrection on Easter. Most of our churches undoubtedly began this time with a celebration of Jesus ...
The budget: My favorite season of the year - Sidney Daily News
With the start of every new General Assembly, we in the Ohio House begin by working on the state budget. This process occurs every odd-numbered year with the governor releasing a proposed budget. The Ohio House then works on its version, followed by the ...
Commissioners lobby state for funds - Sidney Daily News
SIDNEY — The Shelby County commissioners voted recently to support restoring reimbursement for indigent defense to 50 percent in the states 2016/2017 biennial budget. “Years ago, the state of Ohio said it would take care of 50 percent of the ...
Countdown to launch day - Sidney Daily News
DAYTON — If you travel by the volleyball courts near Hamilton Hall on the Wright State University campus this spring, you may see a green-and-gold-colored robot maneuvering around scooping up sand and rocks. The robot is a product of six students in ...
Medical scholarship announced - Sidney Daily News
SIDNEY — The medical staff of Wilson Memorial Hospital has announced its seventh annual Physician Memorial Scholarship. Established following the death of Dr. Bruce C. Urbanc in 2008, the Physician Memorial Scholarship is a joint effort of the Wilson ...
Class of 1955 plans breakfast - Sidney Daily News
The annual spring breakfast for members of the Sidney High School class of 1955, and their guests, will again be held at the Moose Club, 1200 N. Broadway Ave. The gathering will be Saturday, April 18, from 9 a.m. until noon. We encourage classmates to join ...
NK principal resigns - Sidney Daily News
NEW KNOXVILLE — The New Knoxville Local Schools Board of Education accepted resignations by the high school principal and the high school varsity boys basketball coach during its meeting March 23. Principal Linda Tebbe will leave her position at the end ...
Mitchell found at Hampton Inn - Sidney Daily News
SIDNEY — Alyssa Liam, of Sidney, is the latest winner of a hand-crafted item in the Where’s Mitchell contest. Mitchell is a papier mache giraffe, made by artists in S&H Products’ Spirit and Hand Art Studio. She is placed in a different location each ...
UNOH to host open house, testing - Sidney Daily News
LIMA — The University of Northwestern Ohio’s College of Applied Technologies will hold an open house at 1441 N. Cable Road, Lima, Ohio, on Friday April 10, and Saturday April 11, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day. The open house will feature Bob Hall ...
The world shines bright blue lights to raise Autism Awareness - Sidney Daily News
NEW YORK, N.Y. — Beginning the evening of April 2, World Autism Awareness Day, thousands of iconic landmarks, religious institutions, businesses, and communities in more than 130 countries on all seven continents will join Autism Speaks by shining blue ...