Archive - Jul 26, 2011
Irma E. Taylor, 89, 1014 Williams Street, St. Marys, died at 1:25 p.m. Saturday July 23, 2011, at her residence.
She was born July 21, 1922, in Sidney, to Elizabeth (Hausfeld) and Bernard Tebbe. On Oct. 14, 1950, she married James M. Taylor, who died June 29, 1987.
Surviving are a son, Curtis J. (Christa) Taylor, of St. Marys; and a daughter Rene (Don) Hicks, of St. Marys.
A Mass of Christian Burial is set for 10:30 a.m. Thursday at Holy Rosary Catholic Church in St. Marys, with the Rev. Anthony E. Cutcher officiating. Burial will follow at Elm Grove Cemetery in St. Marys.
Robert E. Evans, 90, of Lima, died at 10:05 p.m. Sunday, July 24, 2011, at Elmcroft Assisted Living in Lima.
He was born May 13, 1921, in Lima, the son of Carrie (Phillips) and William Evans, who are both deceased.
While a Wapakoneta man was working on his doctorate in psychology, he never expected to find himself on the road as a professional comic.
Tom Imondi toured as a comedian throughout the 1990s, appearing many times on Comedy Central, but through the years his career continued to evolve.
Imondi said it was his older brother, Rudy, who he originally had hoped to get interested in comedy and describes him to this day as the funniest person heâs ever known.
Changes in the cityâs notification policy prompted Wapakoneta City Zoning Board of Appeals members to seek a hike in the variance request fee.
Board members voted to raise the fee to $275 from $200 to cover the cost to notify more people as required by a change in the city ordinance and for more work by Engineering Department workers because of the larger radius of people to be notified. The recommendation to raise the fee is to be forwarded to Wapakoneta City Council for their approval.
WAYNESFIELD â Two issues that councilors were not ready to vote on forced them to schedule a special council meeting for 7:30 p.m. Friday.
Councilors chose to table the issue of approving health insurance coverage of the villageâs seven full-time workers.
ALLENTOWN â California native Randy Hannagan became the eighth different winner of the Engine Pro NRA Sprint Invaderâs Run for the Rabbit on Friday night at Limaland Motorsports Park.
The event honors the late Limaland Motorsports Park racer Travis âRabbitâ Miller.
Hannagan entered the 25-lap feature as the NRA pointâs leader with two wins including last Saturday night at Eldora Speedway. He started on the front row, alongside J.R. Stewart, and led flag-to-flag for the win.