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09/23/2014
More than 1,600 runners are expected to hit the pavement for the first-ever Grand Lake Marathon, writes Kathy Thompson for The Daily Standard. Local motorists can expect some inconvenience, but...
09/23/2014
Virtually all of the state’s lawmakers have signed onto a letter urging the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to conduct a study on best to reduce the harmful algal blooms in the...
09/17/2014
Auglaize-Mercer County Convention and Visitors Bureau Executive Director Donna Grube reported that tourism in the Grand Lake St. Marys area has increased by 10 to 12 percent in 2014 in an interview...
09/17/2014
In the wake of last month’s toxic algal blooms that threatened Toledo’s drinking water supply, U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown has announced new legislation that could help improve water...
09/17/2014
Letter: Water quality problems ignored by GOP (The Lima News) Excerpt: It was interesting to read Jim Jordan talk about issues, including the recent outbreak of algae on the western basin of...
09/17/2014
Hundreds descended on Grand Lake St. Marys Saturday to participate in ZombieFest '14, including a Zombie Walk on the East Bank, cornhole tournament, live music, costume contests, live music, more...
09/10/2014
An article by Lauren Arenschield published in The Columbus Dispatch (read full article) reveals the findings of a US EPA report that concludes state and federal governments aren't doing enough to...
09/10/2014
A recent article by Nancy Allen published in The Daily Standard states that the source of pollution found near Prairie Creek is sewer water from a campground, not manure.  Allen writes: "...
09/10/2014
Grand Lake St. Marys State Park Manager Brian Miller offers an update on the lake at the September 2014 LIA member meeting.  Watch on YouTube
08/28/2014
Roundup of recent Grand Lake St. Marys-related news: Grand Lake Sounded First Algae Alarm (Plain Dealer) Grand Lake Marathon Will Provide Scenic Twist (Lima News) Recent events in Western Ohio...