Wednesday, June 10th, 2015
Obituaries on June 10th, 2015
Jennifer J. Lochtefeld, age 41 of Celina, Ohio passed away at 8:03 a.m. on June 9, 2015 at The James Cancer Center in Columbus, Ohio. [More]
Stories on June 10th, 2015
CELINA - Officials on Tuesday questioned whether ample funding can be generated to build and sustain a local, multimillion-dollar expo center at the Mercer County Fairgrounds.
COLDWATER - The board of the education Tuesday night hired Daniel Pohlman to return to the district as middle school principal.
Pohlman has been Ce
CELINA - Incoming Lake Campus Dean Jay Albayyari made the rounds Tuesday afternoon at the Celina Rotary Club, introducing himself to members and making a huge announcement about a new program. [More]
CELINA - Two city council members want to ban drone flights in Celina to protect citizens from potential accidents. In addition to discussing drones
LIMA - A Union City man convicted in the November 2011 killings of Robert and Colleen Grube asked the Third District Court of Appeals Tuesday to remand his case back to a Mercer County Common Pleas Court for resentencing or to a juvenile court for a proper transfer hearing.
WAPAKONETA - The health department on Tuesday adopted a formal summary of its goals.
Auglaize County Board of Health members approved an updated mission statement that staff members helped develop.
ST. MARYS - The Lake Facilities Authority on Tuesday morning took possession of nearly 2 acres of wetlands at Miller Shore along Riley Bay.
The Grand Lake Restoration Commission on May 28 purchased the 1.84 acres of land for $5,250 at an auction.
Celina beats Marion Local in darkness-shortened ACME contest
MARIA STEIN - For the second consecutive night, the Celina ACME team got a solid start on the hill.
And for the second straight game, the result was a victorious one for the Bulldogs. [More]
COLDWATER - Just days after capping off her high school track and field career with an All-Ohio finish at the state meet, Coldwater's Lauren Leugers finalized her decision for her college career, signing with NAIA University of St. Francis in Fort Wayne on Tuesday.
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Minster and Marion Local will not be able to defend their respective Divisions VI and VII state football titles this upcoming season after the teams flip-flopped divisions.
Compiled by Gary R. Rasberry
Jake Simmerman's one-out single in the top of the 13th inning allowed Jackson Boyce to score the winning run for the Hamilton Joes and the Grand Lake Mariners suffered their first loss of the season 5-4 at Montgomery Field.
Local pictures on June 10th, 2015