By Leslie Gartrell
ST. MARYS - City council members during their regular Monday meeting heard first reading of an ordinance to purchase the former Ohio Army National Guard Armory building.
City Public Service and Safety director Greg Foxhoven said the National Guard left the armory in 2020 and relocated to Lima. The building has since sat empty. [More]
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CELINA - City officials, eyeing a slew of infrastructure projects next year, will seek multiple quotes in the coming weeks to lock in contract prices amid rising inflationary pressure.
CELINA - A retired Celina police officer faces no jail time after pleading guilty to using a law enforcement database to identify a person he believed was a friend of his wife.
NEW BREMEN - Village council members on Monday discussed preventive measures to keep geese out of the wastewater treatment plant.
"I am going to h
Celina can't match aggressiveness of WBL-leading O-G
CELINA - Celina took the fight to Ottawa-Glandorf for the first two minutes of the match, but from there on out, it was the Titans bringing the pressure.
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Parkway bounced back from Thursday's loss to Coldwater with a 25-12, 25-14, 25-14 win over Lima Central Catholic on Monday night at Herr Gymnasium in Lima.
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Coldwater girls win third straight conference title; St. John's wins boys title
By Gary R. Rasberry
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Saturday brought together a winner-take-all scenario for both the boys and girls golf championships at the Midwest Athletic Conference tournaments.
In the girls' division, Coldwater, Minster and Versailles entered the day having shared the regular season title with matching 7-1 records. On the boys' side, Minster, Coldwater and Delphos St. John's all finished 8-1 in league matches. [More]
Obituaries on September 26th, 2022
Wilma D. Everman, age 90, of Maria Stein, Ohio, died Sunday September 25, 2022 at Bridge Hospice, Findlay Care Center. [More]
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It was great running weather for 152 finishers
CELINA - Hiroki Tokunaga of Fort Wayne won the 2022 Grand Lake half-marathon on Saturday, crossing the finish line in 1:22:09.6.
Hiroki, 26, beat Lima's Phillip Kallenberg by a full minute, coming in nearly 10 minutes ahead of his personal best set a year ago.
Have you heard the joke about school bus drivers?
They are paranoid. They think people are talking behind their backs.
What is no joke is that schools lack bus drivers.
ROSSBURG - Tyler Courtney continued his mastery of Eldora Speedway, while Chris Windom and Logan Seavey made it back-to-back Four Crown Nationals win
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St. Henry snapped Celina's six-match winning streak as the Redskins won a hard-fought 26-24, 25-21, 28-26 volleyball contest on Saturday at the Intermediate School.
By William Kincaid
CELINA - It's still a ways off, but state and local officials are already planning for a total solar eclipse that will occur on the afternoon of April 8, 2024, affording several Ohio counties great economic and educational opportunities.
For those areas lucky enough to fall in prime viewing area, the potential financial windfall of the total solar eclipse could come with logistical challenges, according to the Ohio Emergency Management Agency. [More]
By Bruce Monnin
MINSTER - In a game where both St. Henry and the Minster Wildcats had trouble finding a rhythm early, it was the Wildcats that seized momentum late in the second quarter and continued on for a 31-12 victory. Eighteen accepted penalties for 162 yards slowed both offenses, as well as timely defensive plays. [More]
Obituaries on September 24th, 2022
Trey Iaen Scouten, 18, passed away unexpectedly on September 20, 2022.
He was [More]
Julia A. Scott, of Montezuma, died Sept 15, 2022 at her home.
She was born September 15 1956, in Celina, to the late George & Barbara (Floyd) Scott. [More]
Lisa J. Antol, age 63, of Coldwater, Ohio passed away peacefully on Thursday, September 22, 2022 at 4:23 am at Wayne Hospital in Greenville, Ohio. [More]
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CELINA - Today's half-marathon and 5K has a behind-the-scenes individual who rarely gets praise when his delivery of an essential service goes exactly as planned.
Winkler Road at the U.S. 33 intersection is now closed while under reconstruction, according to Mercer County engineer Jim Wiechart. The road will co
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America celebrated Banned Books Week this week. The freedom to read is a privilege indeed.
The American Library Association coined a slogan: "Books
Celina posts first shutout in eight years in beating Bath
CELINA - It took a while for Celina's offense to get going, but the defense played a stellar contest.
The Bulldogs took advantage of three Bath turnovers and scored 22 points in the second half to post a 29-0 shutout over the winless Wildcats in Western Buckeye League play at Celina Stadium.
VERSAILLES - Facing a fellow defending state champion, Marion Local looked vulnerable in the first half. In the second, it was back to looking like a juggernaut.
ROSSBURG - A couple of Californians graced Eldora's victory lane on Friday night as the speedway kicked off the Four Crown weekend.
St. Helena's Ri
COLDWATER - The Coldwater football team is still unbeaten on Homecoming Weekend.
Sounds about right.
The second-ranked team in Division V outgained Parkway 468-121 en route to a 49-0 win, improving to 6-0 and 4-0 in Midwest Athletic Conference play.
NEW BREMEN - No one could blame Hunter Schaefer if he needed a breather at halftime.
Not only had the New Bremen senior rushed for 172 yards and scored four touchdowns, but he also attempted five PAT kicks and kicked off six times.
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St. Marys recorded nearly 400 yards of total offense as the Roughriders bounced back from last week's rough loss to Van Wert with a 41-14 win over Shawnee on Friday night in Shawnee Township.
Wise hunters advocate common-sense safety
By Leslie Gartrell
CELINA - Fall is one of the best times of year to get outdoors and explore, whether it be hiking, camping or simply sitting by a bonfire.
For many Mercer and Auglaize county residents, fall is also the season for another favorite outdoor activity: hunting and trapping. [More]
By Gary R. Rasberry
Compiled by Gary R. Rasberry
Van Wert needed a tiebreaker to decide the Western Buckeye League boys golf tournament over St. Marys on Thursday.
Van Wert and St. Marys each finished play with matching 334s on the Roughriders' home course at Northmoor. The fifth-golfer tiebreak went the Cougars' way, 94-95, to give the Cougars a sweep of the regular season and tournament titles and the outright league championship. [More]
Obituaries on September 23rd, 2022
Brian Harlamert, 51, of Coldwater, died on Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2022, at his home in Coldwater. [More]
Christopher T. "Toby" Myers, 56, of Wapakoneta, passed away at 12:37 a.m. on September 19, 2022 at Lima Memorial Health System. [More]
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CELINA-City planning and zoning commissioners on Thursday evening approved a site plan for the first phase of Celina City School's $126.8 million building project.
CELINA - A 17-year-old kitchen manager at Celina Pizza Hut will compete at the Pizza National Finals at the company's headquarters in Plano, Texas, this November after winning the Midwest competition.
Coldwater sweeps Parkway in MAC battle
ROCKFORD - Brian Harlamert is on the mind of everyone in Coldwater's volleyball program at the moment.
"They loved him so much and they love his fa
COLDWATER - Less than four minutes into the match, Coldwater found itself behind for good.
An early goal put the Cavalier girls behind, and they couldn't recover on the way to a 3-1 loss to Anna in a Western Ohio Soccer League match at Cavalier Stadium on Thursday night.
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New Bremen bounced back from its first loss of the volleyball season as the Division IV top-ranked Cardinals survived a five-set battle with Division III state-ranked St. Henry on Thursday at the Nest in New Bremen.
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