Rockford resident was pinned by backhoe at his home
By Margie Wuebker
A 66-year-old Rockford man has been upgraded to fair condition after being pinned by a backhoe at his home Tuesday morning,
Ronald Frahm, 2850 state Route 707, was operating a backhoe implement attached to his farm tractor shortly after 9 a.m. when the arm came up too far and pinned him against the roll bar, according to Mercer County Sheriff's Office reports. [More]
At an age when most men look for more subtle and gentler pursuits, Bill Montgomery still loves to play baseball.
In September, Montgomery traveled to Cooperstown, New York, to play in the Legends of Baseball World Series, a tournament for players over 30. It's the 12th time Montgomery has played in the tournament. [More]
FORT RECOVERY - The Fort Recovery Indians' volleyball team earned bragging rights over Jay County after winning the Ohio/Indiana border battle in three games on Tuesday night at Fort Site Fieldhouse.
Serving helped the Indians (6-12) pick up wins in the first two games by margins of 25-13 and 25-22. The Indians' serving dropped off greatly in the third game but they had built enough of a cushion to stave off a Patriots' (7-19) comeback for a 25-23 win. [More]