Saturday, December 5th, 2009
Youngstown Ursuline wins 55-25 to repeat as Division V champions
By Gary R. Rasberry
CANTON - For Coldwater to win its third state football title in five seasons, it was going to take as stout a defense as the team has had all season in slowing down a potent Youngstown Ursuline offense.  
Turned out, The Irish were just too dominating. [More]
By Gary R. Rasberry
CANTON - When times are tough, one can find one of many outlets to ease their pain and get them through the difficult times: faith, family, friends.... And, yes, football.
In the five weeks since being diagnosed with esophageal cancer, John Reed has found strength in all of the above. [More]
Obituaries on December 5th, 2009
Former Kettlersville resident Dorothy Bambauer, 89, died at 5:30 a.m. Dec. 3, 2009, at Dorothy Love Retirement Community, Sidney. [More]
Local pictures on December 5th, 2009
Subscriber and paid stories on December 5th, 2009
ST. ROSE - Ginny Kremer laughs heartily as she finishes proofreading her cookbook for the last time
"This started out to be a little cookbook for m
A disciplinary court has recommended a six-month suspension for a Van Wert County judge accused of misconduct.
The recommendation by the Ohio Supr
The Mercer County Elections Board met in special session Wednesday to formally certify the results of the Nov. 3 local vote to the Ohio Secretary of State by the deadline Friday.
CANTON - It's no surprise that Keith Wenning finished his high school football career with a bang.
Every time he steps onto the field, it seems, he comes up with the big play.
FORT RECOVERY - Dan Hegemier's debut with St. Marys got spoiled on the opening night of boys basketball on Friday night at Fort Site Fieldhouse.
Fort Recovery rallied in the second half to edge St. Marys 32-29 in a defensive battle between Grand Lake area teams.
ST. HENRY - The Eric Rosenbeck era began in a grand way on Friday night as the St. Henry Redskins used a huge second half to beat the Spencerville Bearcats 71-41.
Local Roundup
Compiled by Gary R. Rasberry
New Bremen dominated Allen East from the start, opening the season with an 82-31 win in Laffeytte on Friday night.
The Cardinals led 19-2 after the first quarter and were up 46-17 at the break. A 20-5 third quarter put the capper on the night for the Cardinals.