CELINA - Many companies in the last few months have expressed interest in setting up anaerobic digesters in Mercer County to convert manure biogas into energy, Ag Solutions Coordinator Theresa Dirksen told Celina Rotarians on Tuesday.
However, such an operation in itself would not necessarily help area agricultural producers find an efficient and affordable means of moving out of the county an overabundance of manure nutrients responsible for water pollution. [More]
FORT RECOVERY - Marion Local softball players had to feel like Fort Recovery pitcher Jackie Homan was a one-woman army on Tuesday.
The freshman struck out 10 and forced the Flyers into grounding back to the pitching circle six times as the Indians won their second MAC game in a row with a 10-1 victory at Fort Recovery Middle School. [More]
ST. MARYS - Two St. Marys men were rescued from the St. Marys River Saturday night after their kayaks capsized and plunged them into 47-degree water.
St. Marys Fire Department and emergency medical squad personnel received a call at 8:45 p.m. that two males had been caught in the river, which was flowing quickly due to earlier rain and snow. The men were holding onto a log south of the South Street bridge to avoid being swept away. [More]
CELINA - A group of Wright State University-Lake Campus English majors has launched a forum to discuss novels and their respective film adaptations in an effort to share a love of storytelling with the community.