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ROSSBURG - Officials are still trying to track down who is responsible for hacking the Eldora Speedway website ostensibly in the name of the Islamic State. The Darke County Sheriff's Offi . . .
ST. HENRY - Sandy Stammen couldn't keep the tears from her eyes as her resignation letter was read at Monday's school board meeting. Stammen, 51, is retiring after serving 21 years as the St. Henry Elementary School principal. . . .
Shipping woes in recent months from a partial shutdown of ports along the West Coast may be to blame for higher unemployment rates locally in January. Mercer County's unemployment rate spiked from 2.6 percent in December to 4.2 . . .
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• Question about tailgate party gets mixed reaction
• Marion Local teacher appeals to keep his job
• Common Core foes ask board to take stand
• New water treatment plant tops Auglaize grant priority list
• New Bremen council takes action to keep cops
• Celina buys former mobile home court property
• Mercer ESC hires Vaughn
• St. Henry council OKs new vehicle registration fees
• Coldwater council approves new vehicle registration fees
• Council moves on zoning change to create green space
• Flyers ready to face Cardinals
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