Dan Zimmerman jumps a makeshift ramp inside the Junior Fair Building at the Delaware
County Fairgrounds Saturday during “Battle of the Bands 3,a fund-raiser for the proposed
Delaware Community Skate Park.The battle took place immediately after a design meeting
for the proposed park.
The constellation Ursa
Major, the Big Bear, is a familiar
place to start when you’re learning
about the sky. Part of the
bear is the immediately recognizable
Big Dipper, which sits
very high in the northern sky
just after dark right now. The
bear’s front end is made up of
stars above and to the left of the
Dipper. We’ll let you guess what
end the Dipper stars represent.
Both the Dipper and the bear are
upside down. That’s the price
you pay for seeing them so high
in the sky.
Former Ohio Wesleyan baseball coach Roger Ingles was on
hand to see his No. 14 jersey retired Saturday, becoming the first
Battling Bishop to have that honor bestowed. Then the legendary
mentor watched his former team advance to its first North Coast
Athletic Conference Baseball Championship Series berth in three
Junior second baseman Kyle Sherman blasted two home runs
and had six RBI, sophomore first baseman A.J. Dote had a homer
of his own and the pitching staff kept visiting Kenyon at bay as
Ohio Wesleyan earned 12-5 and 8-0 victories at Littick Field.
Sherman, a first-team All-NCAC performer in 2005, said the
Bishops wanted to take the suspense out of reaching the finals by
winning for their former mentor.
Robert Dix Stuckey, 89, of Prospect, died Friday (April 28,
2006) at Marion Manor.
He was born July 10, 1916 in Prospect to the late Rudolph
Samuel and Helen (Dix) Stuckey. For many years, he owned
and operated Stuckey’s Meat Market in Prospect, which had
a reputation for some of the finest meats in the area. He was
a member of the former Zion United Church of Christ,