A Bradford man was arrested Sunday after his reported involvement in a three-vehicle accident that resulted in the death of a Coldwater woman.
Teddy Hale, 28, was being held Monday in Mercer County jail with a $500,000 bond under charges of driving under suspension with further charges expected, according to a Celina Police Department news release.
Hale was arrested after a three-vehicle accident in which Yvonne Noel, 62, Coldwater was reportedly thrown from her motorcycle. Noel was later pronounced dead.
More information will be in Tuesday's Daily Standard.
CELINA - City councilors will be asked to beef up Celina's zoning code after city planning commissioners this week had no choice but to approve a digital billboard request because it did not violate the minimal provisions on the books.
MINSTER - In a game where neither offense showed a consistent ability to finish drives, the Marion Local Flyers made fewer mistakes and converted when necessary to earn a 28-0 win over the Minster Wildcats.
ST. HENRY - St. Henry totaled 374 yards rushing in its first four games this season. The Redskins nearly matched that in Game 5, grinding out a 29-0 victory over Parkway on Friday night at the Wally Post Athletic Complex.
Grey says vehicles will help keep staff safe from virus
By William Kincaid
CELINA - Mercer County commissioners agreed to spend more than $160,000 in federal COVID-19 funds on four new cruisers and GPS/routers, which sheriff Jeff Grey said will help safeguard his deputies against coronavirus exposure.
Commissioners on Thursday morning signed off on Grey's request for two COVID-19 related purchases - four new police SUVs totaling $126,020 and 29 GPS/routers for law enforcement vehicles totaling $35,626.50. [More]
NEW BREMEN - Despite falling behind in all three sets, New Bremen found a way to rally and sweep Parkway 25-22, 25-17, 26-24 Thursday at The Nest.
Parkway's Kelsey Nichols served up the game's first six points as the Panthers jumped out to a 10-1 lead. The Cardinals chipped away, and eventually took their first lead of the set, 22-21, on an ace by Elli Roetgerman. [More]
CELINA - A Celina woman is the most recent person to die from COVID-19 in Mercer County, bringing the county's confirmed number of deaths to 17, according to a county health district news release on Thursday.
Shawnee finished fourth at the Western Buckeye League boys golf tournament on Thursday, which was good enough to edge Elida for the overall league title after competing at Memorial Park Golf Course in Kenton.