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Wednesday, July 26th, 2006
By Timothy Cox
Mercer County officials are mulling a plan to restore statewide radio communications between sheriff's offices after the county's aged unit recently died.
County law enforcement officials use the bandwidth to stay on top of bulletins and other statewide information. With the existing system down, county officials have had to resort to using the telephone to relay and receive such important information. [More]
By Timothy Cox
Mercer County Commissioners have agreed to undertake an eminent domain proceeding on behalf of Franklin Township Trustees to clear up a congested area on the south side of Grand Lake.
Township officials want to claim a tiny parcel of land along Ci [More]
Obituaries on July 26th, 2006
Maria Stein native Irene L. Gardner, 65, of Dayton, died July 17, 2006, at Hospice of Dayton, following an illness. [More]
Richard J. Kaiser, 90, of Minster, died at 3:15 a.m. July 25, 2006, at Heritage Manor, Minster. He was ill for three months. [More]
Delphia Quinter, 87, of St. Henry, died July 26, 2006, in Coldwater.
Funeral mass will be 10:30 a.m. Saturday at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Philothea. [More]
Alvin Severt, 81, of Coldwater, died July 25, 2006, in Dayton.
Services are p [More]
Local pictures on July 26th, 2006
Subscriber only stories on July 26th, 2006
Grand Lake area's gasoline prices average above $3 mark
Future of call center
Library rent doubled
Auctions bring in funds for school
St. Marys man accused of sex with a minor
Council may switch back to former health care provider
Electric cars buzz quietly into St. Marys
Celina's Club Oasis revamped into sports bar
From closer to starter, Heyne gets the job done