Thursday, February 8th, 2024
No one was injured according to officials
By Erin Gardner
VERSAILLES - A train collided with a semitractor-trailer on Wednesday, causing heavy damage to the front of the semitractor but no injuries.
Versailles fire and police responded to a call at 10:37 a.m. of a crash at West Street and State Route 47, according a news release on the village EMS' Facebook page. [More]
By Tom Haines
NEW BREMEN - New Bremen senior Nolan Kuenning signed a national letter of intent on Wednesday to play football at Ashland University.
Kuenning played offensive and defensive line for the Cardinals and earned an All-Midwest Athletic Conference honorable mention on defense this season, recording 25 tackles, one sack and one interception. [More]
By Gary R. Rasberry
ROCKFORD - Fletcher Smith will not only get to stay a Panther, but he and his family won't have to change school colors when getting new gear.
The Parkway senior will continue his education and football career at Ohio Dominican after signing his letter of intent with the NCAA Division II program on Wednesday. Both teams use black and gold in their color scheme. [More]
Local pictures on February 8th, 2024
Subscriber stories on February 8th, 2024
Rentals are hard to find
CELINA - American rental markets are cooling slightly from their peak in 2022, but rent remains above pre-pandemic levels and cost-burdens are the worst on record, per a recent study from the Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies (JCHS).
CELINA - Pending city legislation that would allow 100% tax abatements on new residential structures for 10 years does not require the consent of Celina City Schools, according to school board member Carl Huber.
CELINA - Mercer Soil and Water Conservation District Board of Supervisors at Wednesday afternoon's special meeting approved a two-stage ditch project for the St. Marys River watershed.
Horse and Buggy Tales
Pioneer citizens played pranks and jokes to entertain themselves.
Mike Linn, a German grocery store owner on West Logan Street, was walking outside to get some air when he noticed some grass growing between the cobblestones on his front walk.
As the season for basketball winds down, the race for conference titles heads into the homestretch.
The Midwest Athletic Conference could crown its first two of possibly several girls champions tonight as Marion Local travels to Coldwater and Versailles plays host to New Knoxville.