Eligibility for vaccines starting Jan. 25: Adults 75 and older and people with a developmental or intellectual disability and have a severe congenital, developmental, or early-onset medical disorder. See story for details.
The Mercer County Health District and Mercer Health are the only vaccine providers in the county. Only register at one location. All clinic dates and times are subject to change depending on weather and vaccine availability. [More]
ST. ANTHONY - Since debuting its first performance to the public in 1999, the St. Anthony Dinner Theater has donated a staggering $1 million to roughly 250 families struggling to cope with medical bills and other expenses, founders Jim and Janie Timmerman.
Ottawa-Glandorf made 15 3-pointers as the fourth-ranked team in Division III remained perfect in Western Buckeye League boys basketball action with an 80-43 win over Celina on Friday night at the Fieldhouse.
CELINA - Mercer County Engineer Jim Wiechart announced construction is expected to begin this week on a 3-mile section of St. Anthony Road from Burkettsville St. Henry Road to Erastus Durbin Road in Washington and Butler townships.
CELINA - Mercer County Health District officials on Tuesday were notified the district would receive an additional 500 COVID-19 vaccine doses from the state for its first drive-thru vaccine clinic planned for today.
Mercer County's drive-thru clinic, scheduled for people age 80 and older, is set to run 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. today at the Mercer County Fairgrounds. Clients will receive the Moderna vaccine. [More]
MARIA STEIN - For the first time since Dec. 3, the Marion Local girls basketball team walked away with a loss.
After 11 straight games of suffocating opponents with top-tier defensive pressure, the Flyers were discombobulated by the St. Marys press and unable to contain the Roughriders' top scorers, as St. Marys toughed out a 49-40 win at the Hangar on Tuesday night. [More]
MINSTER - Nearly a year after two local mothers first floated the idea of giving the Paris Street Park a complete makeover, village councilors have given their blessing to a fundraising effort to generate half of the estimated $600,000 needed to complete the project.