The Daily Press The Evening Leader | AP iAtom feed Copyright The Daily Press 2014-09-30T14:28:04-04:00 Man Arrested2014-09-30T14:28:04-04:002014-09-30T14:28:04-04:00Copyright 2011 The Evening Leader WAPAKONETA — A Wapakoneta man was arrested Sunday night on charges of voyeurism and public indecency.</p><p> According to a news release issued by Wapakoneta Police Chief Russ Hunlock, officers responded to 303 W. Pearl St., Wapakoneta regarding a report of surreptitious recording activities inside the household. During the course of an investigation, officers arrested Bernard W. Carver, 65, 303 W. Pearl St., on charges of voyeurism and public indecency. The case remains under investigation and Hunlock declined further comment on the matter.<br />  </p>St. Marys, OHNo author availableWapak Man ArrestedThe Evening Scheduled For Today2014-09-30T11:03:24-04:002014-09-30T11:03:24-04:00Copyright 2011 The Evening Leader <span class="userContent" data-ft="{"tn":"K"}">ST. MARYS — There will be a scheduled power outage in order to make repairs to the east circuit in the city of St. Marys. The outage will affect South Street to McClain Street, between Wayne and Front streets and all of South Park Drive, starting at 10 p.m. today. The outage is expected to last for four to four-and-a-half hours.</span></p>St. Marys, OHNo author availableOutage Scheduled For TodayThe Evening To Host Telecast2014-09-30T09:18:56-04:002014-09-30T09:18:56-04:00Copyright 2011 The Evening Leader ST. MARYS — Calvary Christian Fellowship in St. Marys will host a national one-day worship event on Sunday that will link people across the country.</p><p> Harvest America, hosted by the Rev. Greg Laurie with Harvest Christian Fellowship in Riverside, Calif., will be speaking live from Dallas, Texas, beginning at 7 p.m. Sunday, at the Nazarene District Center J.E. Shankel Auditorium, located at 272 Jack Oak Point Road in St. Marys. The event is free and open to the public. Doors open at 5:30 p.m.</p><p> “This Harvest America has been going on for the last few years, and simply put, Pastor Greg is going to be giving a gospel message, a message of salvation through Jesus Christ,” said the Rev. Jim Sweigart of Calvary Christian Fellowship. “We live in a country where a lot of people need hope. Even in our own area, people are turning to different things, drugs, alcohol ... that type of thing.”</p><p> For more information, contact him at 419-394-7279 or email</p>St. Marys, OHMeredith EnkoffChurch To Host TelecastThe Evening Rundown2014-09-29T10:46:27-04:002014-09-29T10:46:27-04:00Copyright 2011 The Evening Leader <strong>Sept. 29:</strong> You’re Never Too Old for Story Time will be held from 3:30 p.m. to 4:15 p.m. today at FJ Stallo Memorial Library. Kids in Kindergarten and up are welcome to come to the library. Call 419-628-2925 or stop by the library to register.</p><p> Come to Book Bites, a literature-inspired Carry-In, at 6:30 p.m. today at the New Bremen Public Library. Bring in your favorite dish that was inspired by or included in a book you read. A grand prize will be awarded to the best dish (based on voting). All ages are welcome. Call 419-629-2158 or stop by the library to sign up.</p>St. Marys, OHNo author availableDaily RundownThe Evening Happenings2014-09-26T18:40:53-04:002014-09-26T18:40:53-04:00Copyright 2011 The Evening Leader <strong>Sept. 27:</strong> Pumpkinfest is today in New Bremen.</p><p> The Grand Lake Marathon is today.</p><p> The St. Marys Farmers Market will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. today next to Dave's BBQ on Celina Road.</p><p> <strong>Sept. 28:</strong> The New Knoxville Historical Society will mark Heritage Days from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. today at the Heritage Center. Mike's Open Fire Kettle Chili will be served all afternoon.</p><p> The United Way of Auglaize County will host a Community Fun Day from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. today in Memorial Park. The event will offer free food and drinks, hayrides and entertainment.</p><p> A free community dinner will be held from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. today at the ROC, 702 E. Spring St., St. Marys.</p>St. Marys, OHNo author availableWeekend HappeningsThe Evening Strange Facts2014-09-26T18:36:35-04:002014-09-26T18:36:35-04:00Copyright 2011 The Evening Leader <script type="text/javascript"async src="" id="_nw2e-js"></script>St. Marys, OHNo author availableVideo: Strange FactsThe Evening Die In Collision2014-09-26T08:08:03-04:002014-09-25T09:00:07-04:00Copyright 2011 The Evening Leader CELINA — Two people died in a collision at the intersection of Ohio 29 and Ohio 49 in Mercer County Wednesday night.</p><p> According to a news release issued by Mercer County Sheriff Jeff Grey, Mercer County Central Dispatch received calls at 7:11 p.m. Wednesday of a crash involving a semi-tractor trailer and a vehicle. The investigation revealed a 2006 Chevy Impala that was driven by Kathleen Hickey, 82, of Piqua, was traveling north on Ohio 49 and failed to stop for the stop sign at this intersection. The 2006 Chevy Impala was struck in the intersection by a west bound 2012 Volvo tractor and semi-trailer. The semi-tractor and trailer was operated by Brandon L. Dobbs, 24, of Muncie, Ind., Dobbs was not injured.</p><p> Mercer County Coroner Dr. Timothy Heinrichs pronounced Hickey, and her husband Billy N. Hickey, 86, who was the right front passenger, dead at the scene.</p><p> Deputies were assisted on scene by the Southwest Fire Department, Celina Squad, MCERV, and a Ohio Motor Carrier Inspector.  This marks the third fatal crash in Mercer County in 2014.  The crash remains under investigation.</p>St. Marys, OHNo author available2 Die In CollisionThe Evening Rundown2014-09-23T09:26:49-04:002014-09-23T09:26:49-04:00Copyright 2011 The Evening Leader <strong>Sept. 23: </strong>Free Computer Classes will be held at 1 p.m. today at the St. Marys Community Public Library. Three sessions cover the most basic skills from using the mouse to surfing the Internet.</p><p> Adults are invited to enjoy some tasty Book Bites at the FJ Stallo Memorial Library at 6 p.m. today. Bring a treat inspired by or from a book you have read. The group will discuss books that were enhanced by food descriptions, recipes, and scenes made memorable with food references. The participant with the best dish will be awarded a prize. Registration required.</p><p> A Book Discussion for Adults will be held at 6:30 p.m. today in the Wissman Room at Otterbein. "The Art of Racing in the Rain" by Garth Stein will be discussed.</p><p> A storytime will be held at 6:30 p.m. today at the New Bremen Public Library.</p>St. Marys, OHNo author availableDaily RundownThe Evening Probe Man's Death2014-09-22T09:36:28-04:002014-09-22T09:36:28-04:00Copyright 2011 The Evening Leader ST. MARYS — Deputies from the Auglaize County Sheriff’s Office investigated the death of a 29-year-old St. Marys man on Friday.</p><p> At approximately 3:03 p.m. Friday, a 911 call was received reporting that a 29-year-old male was unresponsive at a residence north of St. Marys on Ohio 197.  Deputies and Spencerville EMS responded and found the subject deceased upon arrival.</p><p> In a news release, Auglaize County Sheriff Al Solomon said no foul play is suspected but the matter remains under investigation to determine the cause of death.  Auglaize County Coroner Dr. Thomas Freytag also responded to the scene.</p><p> The name of the victim is not being released pending notification of family members.</p>St. Marys, OHNo author availableDeputies Probe Man's DeathThe Evening Excels On Golf Course2014-09-20T08:28:45-04:002014-09-19T18:00:17-04:00Copyright 2011 The Evening Leader ST. MARYS — Carter Bowman used to be a football player.<br /> When he was 6, Bowman’s father took him golfing for the first time, and it was then they discovered that Bowman had a talent for the sport.<br /> By age 10, he was golfing every weekday starting at 6 a.m., when he and his grandfather would play 18 holes.<br /> “Once I picked it up, I got to be pretty good at it, and in eighth  grade, I helped out with the (high school) golf team and in going to their matches and helping them out I realized that my scores then were pretty close to being varsity as an eighth grader,” Bowman said.<br /> On the days when he and his grandfather would golf in the morning, Bowman would stay at the course while his grandfather went to work and play all day until his grandfather picked him up again at 5 p.m. Bowman spent all day on the golf course practicing during the week.<br /> “I don’t know that there’s anybody that I don’t know out at Northmoor,” he said.<br /> Everyone there treats him like family, he said.<br /> “It’s just a great sport,” Bowman said. “You can clear your mind and relax and get to know people and learn a lot of things. There’s no wall ...You can keep getting better and better every day that you play.”<br /> Bowman recently broke the school golf record with a score of 31 on nine holes. He bested the previous record by one shot. He said he hadn’t gone into the meet thinking he would try to pull this off, although he had been close to breaking the record several times before with scores of 33. The further along he got, though, the more it seemed like a possibility and he kept it in the back of his mind.<br /> “We were going down the 18th hole and I had a two-putt to break it, and it was probably one of the best feelings,” Bowman said.<br /> With the WBL tournament in the books, the Riders are now looking at sectionals, districts and state competitions. Bowman has made it to districts all three years on his own, but fell just short of going to state every time.<br /> “Last year, I missed it by one stroke, so that’s one of my main goals going into this year,” he said. “Going into sectionals, we can advance as a team ... and that’s one of our goals for this year, because we haven’t (done that) since probably ‘04. We’ve had a pretty good season ... We’ve gotten better and better as the season went on, so I think we have a pretty good chance of moving on as a team.”<br /> Bowman’s grandfather passed away last year, and every stroke Bowman has taken and every round he has played has been in his grandfather’s memory.<br /> “My grandfather always told me that if I kept my head on straight and focused, that I could do whatever I wanted to do with golf, so I keep that in the back of my head,” he said. “I think about going out every day with him and all that he did for me.”</p>St. Marys, OHMEREDITH ENKOFFRider Excels On Golf CourseThe Evening