Wednesday, December 4th, 2019
New Bremen Rotarians learn about famous car racing venue
By Tom Stankard
NEW BREMEN - The New Bremen Speedway may have closed nearly 40 years ago, but village resident Dave Kramer is keeping its spirit alive.
The lifelong racing fanatic on Tuesday shared with New Bremen/New Knoxville Rotarians information he has gathered as part of a longtime project to learn more about the nationally renowned racetrack. [More]
Flyers improve to 4-0 with win over Cougars
By Colin Foster
MARIA STEIN - The Marion Local girls basketball team has found a winning recipe on its way to an unbeaten start.
"We're attributing it to our defense and rebounding - offensive rebounding was big for us tonight," said Marion Local coach Beth Stre [More]
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Ideas sought from the public
CELINA - Mercer County officials are brainstorming for ways to make the fairgrounds more alluring to younger generations as part of an overarching goal to meet the community's current and future needs.
CELINA - Final preparations are being made for Friday night's Midnight Gladness event.
For the 11th installment of the annual event, 16 stores will stay open late to welcome shoppers and offer special deals.
ROCKFORD - Village council members are asking residents to consider filling a soon-to-be vacated council seat.
Seven-year council member Gary Fox
COLDWATER - Coldwater struggled with its shooting, and Kalida took full advantage.
The Cavaliers put up a fight against the Wildcats but fell 38-3
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Compiled by Colin Foster
Kaylee Freund scored all of her 16 points in the second half to lead the New Bremen girls basketball team past Anna 50-38 in the battle of unbeatens on Tuesday at Cardinal Gymnasium.
All-Ohio Divisions II & III
St. Marys had four football players earn All-Ohio honors as the Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association released its All-State Honors for Divisions II and III on Tuesday.