JACKSON CENTER — The Jackson Township Board of Trustee meeting scheduled for Thursday has been canceled. The meeting has been rescheduled to 7 p.m. Thursday, May 28.
COLUMBUS — Sidney native Don Elijah Eckhart, now of Columbus, has announced a run for a U.S. Senate seat, with plans to face incumbent Rob Portman in the Republican Primary on March 8, 2016. Eckhart, a 1968 Sidney High School graduate, cites many reasons for deciding to run in 2016, with balancing the federal budget and revamping current tax
FORT LORAMIE —After hearing about three Troy teens dying from carbon monoxide poisoning this past winter, a group of Fort Loramie students were prompted to find a way to help their community stay safe. On Monday, members of the Fort Loramie Student Council passed out free CO detectors to elementary students, with the help of their fire depar
SIDNEY — Northwood Elementary fifth-grade teacher Julie Henman was named Teacher of the Year by the Sidney Education Association during an evening of recognition Tuesday at the Moose Lodge. Henman has been with Sidney City Schools for 19 years and teaches English/Language Arts for all Northwood fifth-graders. A graduate of Sidney High Schoo
Last June I made the bold decision to remove my landline phone. I worked my way through all the debate of whether I'm being irresponsible without a listed phone number. Cost is probably people's number one reason for dropping their home phone and I was no different. I grew tired of the constant changes in telephone charges, such as a minimum monthl
SIDNEY — The following juvenile traffic offenders recently appeared before Judge William Zimmerman in Shelby County Juvenile Court. Fines listed are in addition to court costs, unless otherwise noted. • Brendon Anderson, 16, Sidney, failure to yield, $35 • Noah Richards, 17. Sidney, speeding/school zone, $25 • Kaitlynn Wi
SIDNEY — The Sidney Daily News, in cooperation with Minster Bank, Ruese Insurance, Westfield Insurance and Frickers, will sponsor the 29th annual Splash water safety program for local children June 1-4 at the Sidney-Shelby County YMCA, 300 Parkwood St. The program will be presented free of charge, with costs underwritten by the sponsors. The