CELINA - The Mercer County Health District will hold two COVID-19 vaccine drive-thru clinics this week for people age 75 and older and people with developmental or intellectual disabilities who also have qualifying conditions.
Coldwater captured the regular season titles for Midwest Athletic Conference bowling for boys and girls after picking up wins in the final week of conference action held at New Bremen's Speedway Lanes.
Eligibility for vaccines starting Jan. 25: Adults 75 and older and people with a developmental or intellectual disability and have a severe congenital, developmental, or early-onset medical disorder. See story for details.
The Mercer County Health District and Mercer Health are the only vaccine providers in the county. Only register at one location. All clinic dates and times are subject to change depending on weather and vaccine availability. [More]
ST. ANTHONY - Since debuting its first performance to the public in 1999, the St. Anthony Dinner Theater has donated a staggering $1 million to roughly 250 families struggling to cope with medical bills and other expenses, founders Jim and Janie Timmerman.
Ottawa-Glandorf made 15 3-pointers as the fourth-ranked team in Division III remained perfect in Western Buckeye League boys basketball action with an 80-43 win over Celina on Friday night at the Fieldhouse.