Special Weather Statement issued January 15 at 10:19PM EST by NWS Wilmington (details ...)
...Scattered snow showers overnight... Scattered snow showers are expected to move across the area tonight. These snow showers will cause reduced visibilities and will quickly produce light accumulations of snow. Be alert as slick spots may develop with the falling temperatures overnight.
27° 27° chance Sat 35° Sat 35° chance 30° 30° chance Sun 33° Sun 33° chance
Saturday, October 10th, 2009
Obituaries on October 10th, 2009
Former Mercer County resident Donald S. Wilker, 64, of Clayton, died Oct. 8, 2009, at Good Samaritan Hospital in Dayton. [More]
Stories on October 10th, 2009
The husband of a fired Mercer County Elections Office staffer allegedly tried to leave the board of elections' office with voter registration documents that he had requested to view this week. [More]
ROCKFORD - A new ordinance dealing with junk motor vehicles in the village should make it easier and less time consuming for authorities to nip such problems in the bud.
COLDWATER - The 2009 rendition of the Backyard Battle proved to be a defensive struggle, with St. Henry and Coldwater battling each other as well as the elements. [More]
The Kenton football team held on to sole possession of first place in the Western Buckeye League standings after handing Celina a 38-0 defeat on Friday night.
MARIA STEIN - Despite the muck and the mire on Friday night at Booster Stadium, the New Bremen Cardinals soared to their biggest victory in the past five years when they took down the Marion Local Flyers by a score of 17-14.
Compiled by Gary R. Rasberry
St. Marys got two fourth-quarter touchdowns, including Kyle Puschel's second of the game with just over a minute left, to allow the Roughriders to travel to Putnam County and hold off Ottawa-Glandorf 21-13 in Western Buckeye League action at Titans Stadium.
FORT RECOVERY - Going into Friday evening's Midwest Athletic Conference matchup between the Versailles Tigers and the Fort Recovery Indians at Barrenbrugge Park, the pre-game buzz centered around the potential fireworks between two of the area's more prolific passing offenses.
ANNA - The Anna Rockets did not waste any time in establishing their superiority over the Minster Wildcats, as it took them only the first seven minutes of the game to grab an early 34-0 lead. Anna gradually expanded its advantage to secure the 62-0 victory.
Compiled by Gary R. Rasberry
Jordan Leininger ran in three first-quarter touchdowns as St. John's jumped out to a 28-0 lead and rolled past Parkway 42-7 in Midwest Athletic Conference action from Panther Stadium on Friday night.
Local pictures on October 10th, 2009