Wednesday, October 28th, 2009
By Shelley Grieshop
A former restaurant site soon will become a small business complex in St. Henry.
Village Administrator Don Hess told village councilors Monday night that town crews recently installed new water lines to 391 N. Eastern Ave. in preparation for future construction of a commercial building. The proposed complex, called North Town, will include space for four stores, property owner Homer Stachler told the newspaper. [More]
Marion Local and St. Henry will square off for district championship Saturday
By Randy Bruns
COLDWATER - A pair of storied volleyball programs will once again go at it for a Division IV district crown after both posted convincing wins on Tuesday night at The Palace.
In the opener, the Marion Local Flyers started out slowly but picked up s [More]
Obituaries on October 28th, 2009
Benson Alexander, 80, 11715 Kingfisher Lane, St. Marys, died Oct. 26, 2009, at [More]
Timothy "Tim" Donovan, 34, 2845 Frontier Court, Radcliff, Ky., died Oct. 22, 20 [More]
Carl J. Plas, 68, formerly of St. Patrick, died at 12:25 p.m. Oct. 27, 2009, at Fair Haven County Home, Sidney. [More]
Kermit O. Warner, 78, of St. Marys died at 3:20 p.m. Oct. 27, 2009, at Joint Township District Memorial Hospital, St. Marys. [More]
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Election 09
The listing of candidates running for a position on Coldwater Village Council in next week's general election failed to include the name of Ralph Bon
Election 09
More than 60 people attended a forum at Wright State University-Lake Campus on Tuesday evening where the pros and cons of the three state issues on the November election ballot were discussed.
Election 09
Vote no on Issue 2 because agribusiness wants to change Ohio Constitution so they can continue extreme confinement of animals. Vote yes on Issue 2 to continue Ohio's safe, affordable food supply.
Election 09
Issue 3 would create 34,000 state jobs and retain at least $1 billion of the $1.5 billion in gambling revenue leaving Ohio to other states each year, said Brad Boyer, a representative of Ohio Learn & Earn, an organization promoting the issue.
Two H1N1 flu clinics are scheduled for specific population groups on Friday and Monday, according to the Mercer County-Celina City Health Department. The vaccines all are free but are in limited supply.
COLDWATER - School board members approved the district's five-year financial forecast presented by Treasurer Sherry Shaffer at a meeting Tuesday.
New Bremen
NEW BREMEN - The proposed electric department service building in the Bunker Hill Subdivision will cost more than a million dollars when all facets of the project are taken into account.
A Mendon resident claims county officials have improperly assessed him for a planned ditch project in northern Mercer County.
Each resident who wil
A Daily Standard editorial
The question Ohio voters will answer when they vote on Issue 2 next Tuesday is not, as some have suggested, a question of expanding the state governm
Division II Girls Soccer District at Lima Bath
LIMA - After losing to Elida early in the season, the St. Marys girls soccer team knew they would be in for a battle during Tuesday's Division II district semifinal at a rainy Bath High School.
All-Western Buckeye League Girls and Boys Soccer
Celina's Emily Pottkotter was given the Western Buckeye League girls soccer coaches' highest honor in being named the WBL Player of the Year recently
Snap Fitness gym opened this month in the Galleria, 909 E. Wayne St., with 24-hour, seven-day a week access.
Members can use a card to open the door when the gym is not staffed. A member can access any of the Snap Fitness franchise gyms, such as ones in St. Marys, St. Henry and Greenville.
Three business sites operate; one closes
Kerns Ford, Lincoln, Mercury dealership is on the move.
This member of the Kerns Auto Group will relocate from 2225 state Route 703 East to 1000 W. Logan St., said Michael G. Kerns, president of the auto group. Monday is the tentative date for the switch.