Rockford resident selected
CELINA - Mercer County commissioners on Tuesday morning moved to hire Kara Smith of Rockford as county emergency medical services director.
Smith will take the helm effective Jan. 22, filling a vacancy left after Kyle Gerlach resigned in a Nov. 15 email to the commissioners. [More
DAYTON - Wright State University's faculty union members could be picketing at the Dayton and Lake campuses on Jan. 22, according to a strike notice filed by the union's attorney on Monday.
Participants can complete activities at downtown businesses for prizes
CELINA - Last month's Midnight Gladness event was a success, Celina Merchants Association members said at Tuesday's monthly meeting.
Member Stacy Brunswick, owner of Olive and Ash, said she had lots of foot traffic at her store and saw other businesses were packed as well.
ROCKFORD - Preparations have begun for Parkway High School's home side football bleachers and press box project.
Superintendent Jeanne Osterfeld to
FORT RECOVERY - School board members elected a new president and vice president at their first meeting of the year on Tuesday.
Greg LeFevre was ele
CELINA - The Mercer County Sheriff's Office has extradited a man from South Carolina after he failed to appear for a sentencing hearing in Mercer County Common Pleas Court.
Mercer County Engineer Jim Wiechart announced recently the yearly bridge inspections of Mercer County's 383 bridges on township and county roads have been completed.
Laudick's Jewelry is not under Laudick family ownership for the first time in its almost 70-year history.
Longtime employee Mike Lichtle, 41, and
Flyers win tough battle against tenacious Bulldogs
CELINA - Celina girls basketball coach Cenzie Rushton would prefer actual victories to moral victories, but she was happy with how her team played after the first quarter of Tuesday's game with Marion Local. [More
COLDWATER - Coldwater has banked on its defense this season.
That defense was money for the Cavaliers in crunch time on Tuesday.
Compiled by Colin Foster
New Bremen jumped out to a 21-8 lead after one quarter and then outscored Upper Scioto Valley 15-0 in the second quarter en route to a 57-27 victory in girls basketball action on Tuesday at Cardinal Gymnasium.