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Three school board members from Mercer County schools say they would be against allowing students to play football this season if a controversy in Kenton played out locally. Dailyn Campbell, 16, and Jesse Howard, 17, have plead . . .
St. Marys Roughriders football fans will observe a moment of silence before tonight's opening game to honor former coach Skip Baughman, who died this morning at a hospice in Toledo. Baughman, 76, suffered a severe stroke Aug. 7 . . .
The Celina tennis team is off to a 4-0 start on the young fall sports season following a 4-1 victory over rival St. Marys on Thursday night. The three Bulldogs' tennis matches all ended in victories for the Green and White. K . . .
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• Mandates hike Mercer County election costs
• Ahoy, Miss Budweiser
• Still loving it, despite floods, sour milk
• Mercer County seeking zoning change to prepare for development
• Program moves forward despite decrease in funds
• Man gets 16 months in prison for sexually assaulting St. Marys girl
• St. Marys man indicted for high-speed crash
• Kidz Blitz continues at Bethany
• Celina girls soccer rebounds quickly
• Roughriders roll past Bulldogs by 15 strokes
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