Archive - Jul 21, 2011 - News Article
Farmers that faced problems getting their corn crop planted because of frequent rainfall throughout the spring are now facing problems from the opposite end of the spectrum.
Extremely hot temperatures and high humidity for most of the past week are the latest problems facing Auglaize County farmers and their crops. The heat and humidity is expected to continue for the rest of the week. High temperatures are not expected to dip below 90 degrees until Sunday.
A young boy who was just playing outside one day helped to save his neighborâ€™s life.
Five-year-old Damien Emrick, son of Jessica and Jesse Emrick, was playing outside on July 2, when he noticed something was not right and notified his father.
â€śI was outside and smelled smoke and saw a fire,â€ť Damien Emrick said. â€śMy dad went to the door and got the lady out.â€ť
A bill, which is being introduced on the U.S. Senate floor by a legislator from Ohio, is aimed at helping the unemployed receive the training desired by high growth industries.
The Strengthening Employment Clusters to Organize Regional Success (SECTORS) Act attempts to address the disparity between the nationâ€™s high unemployment rate and industry executives struggling to find qualified workers.