Thursday, May 10th, 2018
Obituaries on May 10th, 2018
Theodore "Ted" Marvin Diller, 88, passed away May 8, 2018 at Blanchard Valley Hospital, Findlay. [More]
Richard Stansberry, 72, Mendon, died on May 9, 2018, at his residence.
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Joan E. Walker, age 79, of Montezuma, Ohio, died on Tuesday, May 8, 2018 at Community Hospital in Coldwater. [More]
Stories on May 10th, 2018
Fall completion expected
CELINA - The city's board of control members today were expected to choose a contractor to pour concrete and construct the long-anticipated Harley Jones Rotary Memorial Amphitheater, the planned centerpiece of the new Bryson Park District.
Voters rejected issue on Tuesday
ST. MARYS - School board members likely will seek another levy issue on the November ballot after the 1.5 percent earned-income tax was rejected by voters in Tuesday's primary election. [More]
Agency seeking accreditation
CELINA - Mercer County Health District Board members on Wednesday approved two more documents required for accreditation, which the state is mandating for all county health boards by 2020.
Timothy Hanna reportedly put gun to woman's head
CELINA - A Celina man who was charged with holding his former girlfriend against her will and threatening her, pleaded guilty to three felony charges on Wednesday in Mercer County Common Pleas Court.
CHICKASAW - The village's planned new water tower will have "Chickasaw" printed on one side and the U.S. and Ohio flags on the other side.
CELINA - Alan K. Fill, 55, Westland, Michigan, pleaded guilty on Wednesday to theft and escape charges, fourth- and fifth-degree felonies, respectively, as part of a plea agreement in Mercer County Common Pleas Court.
OTTAWA - Tyler Ross gave a career-best effort in the shot put on Wednesday, but it was only good for a silver medal.
Ross was denied a chance to r
Spencer pitches St. Marys past Napoleon to set up rematch with top-ranked Redskins
Compiled by Colin Foster and Gary R. Rasberry
The Celina baseball team had its season ended on Wednesday with a 10-0, five-inning loss to Bryan in Division II sectional play.
The hard work and grueling schedule paid off for the Wright State University-Lake Campus baseball team with the No. 3 seed at the United States Collegiate Athletic Association's Small College World Series that begins Monday at Showers Field in DuBois, Pennsylvania. [More]
Razz-Eye View
Anyone who has gone to Fort Recovery sporting events, especially basketball, over the years knew Rick Portz.
You couldn't help but know who he was. His personality was just too big for one not to notice.
College Notes
Parkway graduate Jordan Bollenbacher and the Tiffin University Dragons are headed to the NCAA Championships.
The Dragons secured their spot in the
Triplett cuts new record, moves to Tennessee
NASHVILLE - St. Marys native Lori Triplett has dropped a new single, "Tennessee," that is at once a bittersweet farewell to Ohio and a hopeful appeal for a clean slate in her newly adopted home.
Local pictures on May 10th, 2018