WASHINGTON, D.C. – Shelby County Commissioner Julie Ehemann joined nearly 2,000 county leaders from across the country for the National Association of Counties (NACo) Legislative Conference Feb. 10-13. Conference attendees shaped NACo’s legislative agenda, received updates on key federal policies, and advocated for county priorities on Capitol Hill.
DAYTON – The Solvita slogan is “From one to many” because we are all connected in the great circle of life. Everyone who registers to donate with Solvita March 4-16 at any Solvita blood drive or at the Solvita Dayton Center, 349 S. Main St. is automatically entered in one of two weekly drawings to win two tickets to the May 9 Schuster Center performance of Disney’s “The Lion King.”
SIDNEY — Award-winning Southern gospel group “Soul’d Out” will be concert at New Hope United Methodist Church on Saturday, March 9, at 6 p.m. The church is located at 8985 W. Mason Road, Sidney. An offering will be received to support the ministry.
By Kimberly Pistone
SIDNEY — The Master Gardeners of Shelby County will present another line-up of gardening programs for 2024. Each program will be on the second Thursday of the month from March through September (except for July: Fair month) from 6:30 – 7:45 p.m. All programs will be held at the Amos Memorial Public Library. The March program will be in the lower-level meeting room via stairs or elevator. All other programs will be held in the Community Room on the first floor.
An SUV crashed into a brick building at 223 North Main Avenue at around 8 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 29. One of the tires on the vehicle partially melted.
SIDNEY — The Gateway Arts Council recently announced the 24th annual Spring Fling Fine Art Exhibit and Sale. Fine artists from throughout Ohio and eastern Indiana are invited to enter their work in the exhibit. The exhibit will open on March 22 with an awards ceremony and reception.
By NICHOLAS RICCARDI
By KIM CHANDLER