Tuesday, April 21st, 2015
Obituaries on April 21st, 2015
Judith Greenwell, age 74, died at Celina Manor, April 17, 2015 after an extended illness. [More]
Stories on April 21st, 2015
FORT RECOVERY - Village council plans to place a 2.5-mill general operating renewal levy on the village ballot in 2016.
Administrator Randy Diller
CELINA - School district officials Monday night urged voters to renew an operating levy to prevent the district from lapsing into deficit spending.
ST. MARYS - A third man has been charged in the decades-old murder of a retired area farmer.
Brian S. Guggenbiller, 51, of Lima, was arrested Monda [More]
NEW BREMEN - A large donation will result in a new name for Lions Park, village council members learned at Monday's meeting.
They also advanced plans to place an Emergency Medical Squad levy on the November ballot.
COLDWATER - News from Ohio Environmental Protection Agency on Monday upended village plans to address cistern owners.
OEPA informed village officials that residents will need to install backflow preventers - even if they separate cistern water lines from village water lines.
Mercer County in March tied Delaware County for the lowest unemployment rate in the state at 3.6 percent, according to data released today by the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services.
WAPAKONETA - Auglaize County Board of Health on Monday hired a nursing director, fiscal officer and sanitarian.
Brenda Eiting, R.N., was promoted t
Today's beauty goes beyond skin deep.
People are taking health care more seriously. They're not only exercising, eating better and taking vitamins
FORT RECOVERY - St. Henry collected 13 hits on the day and Alexis Ontrop kept Fort Recovery scoreless through five innings as the Redskins won their first MAC softball game of the season with a 12-4 win over the Indians on a chilly and sometimes rainy day at Fort Recovery Middle School. [More]
Kunk shuts down Celina in 4-0 win
CELINA - What separates high-level teams from the rest is their ability to execute and do the little things well.
And following his team's 4-0 loss to Coldwater on Monday night at Montgomery Field, Celina coach Andy Mikesell was quick to point out that the Cavaliers fit that mold.
Razz-Eye View
The basketball season has been over for barely a month, but already the Grand Lake area has several key coaching openings.
Chris Bihn's departure a
Monday's Local Roundup
Compiled by Colin Foster
Versailles connected for three home runs in a five-run fifth inning to pull away from New Bremen 6-2 in a battle of Midwest Athletic Conference unbeatens.
Local pictures on April 21st, 2015