Wednesday, September 26th, 2007
By Nancy Allen
Recent yields of soybeans and corn have been better than expected, considering the drought-like conditions during the growing season.
"The first soybeans I saw came off last week and the first corn I saw was this week," said Mercer County OSU Extension Agent Todd Mangen this morning. "The guy I talked to said he was getting about 57 bushels per acre for his beans."
Not bad, considering the overall average for soybeans in the county is 45 bushels per acre, Mangen said. [More]
By Ryan Hines
COLDWATER - For the first time in my life, I felt out of place for not wearing pink.
That's because coaches, players, fans and officials were dressed in pink in support of breast cancer awareness all throughout The Palace when Celina visited Coldwater on Tuesday evening. [More]
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Celina to buy downtown building for future space
Lock restoration nears completion
Outside storage building needed
Rodriguez family passing on the American dream to next generation
Bulldogs strike at the right moment
Bulldogs tennis polishes off T-Birds
Halfway through the points race