Non-law enforcement jail staff could take guns into work areas
CELINA - Mercer County Sheriff Jeff Grey has asked county commissioners to allow his non-law enforcement employees to carry firearms while working under certain conditions.
CELINA - A St. Henry couple is looking to purchase a second area ice cream shop using county revolving loan fund dollars.
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CARTHAGENA - New fertilizer recommendations stemming from a four-year Ohio State University study were outlined on Tuesday by OSU associate professor Harold Watters.
Cash prizes will go to top cooks
CELINA - A chili cook-off sponsored by the Lake Improvement Association has been added to the itinerary for the Oct. 13 Fall Arts and Ale Festival in downtown Celina.
MINSTER - Village council members are considering legislation that would revise the town's existing discharge-of-firearms ordinance.
Members gave first reading of the ordinance on Tuesday at the recommendation of police chief David Friend.
ROCKFORD - Council members at Tuesday's meeting discussed possibly adding a full-time police officer.
Mayor Amy Joseph said she would like to hire an officer by next year.
John Dorner knows how to manage a successful baseball program.
The Grand Lake Mariners hope that his success at St. Henry will carry over to the area's summer college baseball team. [More
NEW BREMEN - One trait of a good volleyball team is knowing how to put a set out of reach.
New Bremen provided ample examples in beating Lehman 25-17, 25-15, 25-19 in non-conference volleyball action on Tuesday at Cardinal Gymnasium.
FORT RECOVERY - The Fort Recovery Indians made a sweep of South Adams look easy on Tuesday.
They expect their opponent on Thursday to be a little tougher, though.
Compiled by Colin Foster and Gary R. Rasberry
Celina finished 10th at the Division I boys' golf sectional tournament held Tuesday at Mohawk Golf and Country Club near Tiffin.