CELINA - A Celina couple arrested Thursday on federal charges stemming from the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol face up to 20 years in prison if convicted.
Shawndale and Don Chilcoat were arrested in Celina by Toledo Police Department officers and face six charges each, according to a criminal complaint filed in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. [More]
JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP-A 61-year-old Fort Recovery man was killed Friday afternoon following a two-vehicle crash on State Route 29 around milepost 17.
Cloyd W. Bergman was pronounced dead at the scene after an accident at roughly 1:41 p.m. involving a crash attenuator truck that was part of a safety crew supporting road striping on State Route 29, according to a news release from the Wapakoneta Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol. [More]
CELINA - The Mercer County Fair grandstands on Friday night were filled to the brim with more than 4,500 music fans for the "Roots and Boots" concert tour, featuring three country stalwarts from the 1990s.
MINSTER - Sam Cooley admitted that his first trip to Minster last year wasn't a successful one.
The Australian certainly made up for it in his second trip, as he came out of qualifying as the top seed, then bowled well in the stepladder final to win the PBA Central Region Kremer Roofing Classic at Community Lanes on Thursday afternoon. [More]
ST. MARYS - The school district will hold a public meeting to discuss the idea of arming teachers at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 7 in the St. Marys high school auditorium.
Superintendent Bill Ruane at Wednesday night's regular school board meeting addressed House Bill 99, state legislation which allows local school districts to decide whether to permit certain school staff members to be armed on school grounds. [More]
CELINA - The ever evolving Mercer County Fair blasts off Friday with an exciting first day lineup filled with sharks, axe throwing, the world's finest canine athletes and of course, the opening night country concert spectacular.
CELINA - The Mercer County Educational Service Center welcomed a robust turnout at a Tuesday night open house of its new headquarters at 540 E. Market Street.
The public was invited to view the spacious, fully reconfigured and remodeled facility that allows officials to gather under one roof and provides plenty of room for professional development and direct student services such as therapies and assessments. [More]
The rainy conditions on Tuesday did little to dampen the outstanding performance of the Coldwater boys golf team as it successfully defended its Mercer County Invitational championship at the Mercer County Elks.