Saturday, February 10th, 2024
By William Kincaid
CELINA - School board members at this week's special meeting signed off on a petition asking Celina City Council to permanently close a portion of Holly Street so they can proceed with the construction of a new 7-12 grade building.
Specifically, board members requested to vacate 1.17 acres of Holly Street between East Wayne Street and Johnson Avenue. Many motorists use the stretch of road as a shortcut to the residential neighborhoods to the north. [More]
Wildcats beat top three teams to win tournament title
By Tom Haines
FORT RECOVERY - Coldwater only needed to win through the first two rounds to guarantee another Midwest Athletic Conference boys bowling championship, and it achieved that without losing a game.
In the finals, though, the Cavaliers were finally stopped. [More]
Obituaries on February 10th, 2024
Audra L. Anderson, age 92, passed away at her rural Celina home on Thursday, February 8, 2024. [More]
Phyllis Jean Davis, age 74 of Celina, passed away surrounded by her family on February 7, 2024 at the Cleveland Clinic Fairview Hospital in Cleveland. [More]
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CELINA - Mercer Soil and Water Conservation District supervisors on Friday held their first meeting in the recently opened county ag center.
SWCD late last month moved from the Central Services Building in Celina to a 3,415-square-foot office in the ag center at 4980 Mud Pike.
CELINA - Mercer County Engineer Jim Wiechart plans to temporarily close St. Peter Road between State Route 119 and St. Joe Road in Recovery Township for a culvert replacement.
MARIA STEIN - The Hangar was packed and the Flyers came out gunning. But when the dust settled, Coldwater remained unbeaten in the Midwest Athletic Conference with a 53-40 victory over Marion Local Friday night in Maria Stein.
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Compiled By Tom Haines
Celina snapped a two-game losing streak with its third overtime Western Buckeye League win, outscoring Defiance 8-0 in the extra period for a 55-47 win in a boys basketball game on the road on Friday.
FORT RECOVERY - The momentum was on a rollercoaster pace on Friday night at Fort Site Fieldhouse.
Fort Recovery bounced back from down 11 midway through the second quarter to take as much as a five-point lead early in the third quarter.