Friday, September 11th, 2020
By William Kincaid
CELINA - Mercer County officials will try to curtail recurrent flooding, halt ongoing erosion and restore water quality at a site in Hopewell and Jefferson townships where water runoff from the Bruns subdivision in Celina has reportedly drained for decades. [More]
Cardinals hold off Redskins to stay unbeaten
By Gary R. Rasberry
NEW BREMEN - Thursday's Midwest Athletic Conference volleyball match between St. Henry and New Bremen was played exactly how Cardinals coach Diana Kramer expected it would be.
The Redskins gave the Cardinals all they could handle, but Bremen's veteran players managed to battle through and pick up the 25-22, 25-21, 25-15 win in a match up of last year's conference co-champs at Cardinal Gymnasium. [More]
Obituaries on September 11th, 2020
Mary Therese Rosella Reilly, 77, of Berea, KY departed this life on Sept. 9, 20 [More]
Helen Joan McEvoy, 89, passed away Thursday, September 10, 2020.
She is survi [More]
Local pictures on September 11th, 2020
Subscriber and paid stories on September 11th, 2020
Village planning $1M in roadwork
CHICKASAW - Councilors have authorized the village engineer to apply for a $500,000 grant to help finance a proposed street reconstruction project.
Board finalizes plans for All Ag Banquet
Ticket price drops from $10 to $5
CELINA - The Mercer Soil and Water Conservation District board of supervisors on Thursday approved two slight changes to the 2020 All Ag Banquet and annual meeting set for Tuesday.
Pending virus cases up considerably
CELINA - Only six new cases of COVID-19 were reported in Mercer County on Thursday, but local health officials indicated increases in pending tests and in the county's per capita incidence rate do not bode well.
Real estate agent forms firm
CELINA - With the formation of Gray Realty, founder Karri Gray hopes to make her mark with the resilience and work ethic she's strived to maintain since she first got her real estate license.
Area Roundup
Compiled by Gary R. Rasberry
Celina and Kenton each managed a second-half goal to come out of Thursday's Western Buckeye League girls soccer contest with a 1-1 draw at Celina's soccer stadium. The game was rescheduled from Tuesday night after Monday's heavy rain made the field unplayable.