Saturday April 23, 2022 | The daily norm


CELINA — School officials can cut teaching jobs and seek higher income taxes at the polls to avoid projected deficit spending in fiscal year 2026.

CELINA – School board members met in an almost hour-long executive session Friday morning to investigate charges/complaints involving a school employee and consider other matters.

Dedicated pickleball players say it’s more than just a sport – it’s a community.

Pickleball, which combines elements of tennis, ping pong and badminton, has grown in popularity largely due to its basic, relaxing yet challenging nature.

WAPAKONETA – Auglaize County Health Department officials have reported seven cases of COVID-19 since their last report on April 15, bringing the county’s cumulative case count to 7,438, according to a Department of Health news release. Friday health.

Feister shines as Celina rules out Elida

CELINA – The way Dylan Feister threw on Friday, Celina didn’t need a lot of offense.

Which was good, because Elida wasn’t giving Celina many chances.

ST. MARYS — A 6-2 loss to Van Wert on Friday at KC Geiger Park was summed up by St. Marys baseball coach Adam Graves as “another frustrating outing.”

The Roughriders fell to 0-6 in the Western Buckeye League (2-9 on aggregate), having not lost a game this season by more than four points.

Overview of the area

Compiled by Tom Haines and Gary R. Rasberry

Coldwater’s Madison Wendel allowed just one baserunner to walk a sixth-inning no-hitter in a 3-0 softball win over Lima Central Catholic at the Lady Cav Diamond on Friday .

ROCKFORD — After a successful basketball run during his high school days at Parkway, Caden Slusher will look to further his career by committing to attend NCAA Division III Bluffton University and play basketball for the Beavers next season.

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