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Thursday, November 30th, 2023
Traffic comes to a standstill as house rolls down street
By William Kincaid
COLDWATER - A two-story home originally slated for demolition was relocated a few blocks to another site on Wednesday morning during a coordinated operation involving a seasoned moving company, line crews, businesses and neighbors.
The roughly two-hour ordeal was at times nerve-racking but ultimately thrilling for Kyle Dues, who purchased the home at 115 W. Walnut St. to save it from the wrecking ball. [More]
Marion softball player commits to play for Chargers
By Tom Haines
MARIA STEIN - Do-it-all Marion Local softball player Camryn Swain signed with Edison State Community College on Wednesday.
Swain, who plans to major in social services, picked Edison State over Wittenberg and Wilmington.
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Obituaries on November 30th, 2023
Donald A. Wilson, Sr., 83, of Celina, OH died 10:00 a.m. Monday November 20, 2023 at his residence. [More]
Local pictures on November 30th, 2023
Subscriber stories on November 30th, 2023
Anita Green faces a Feb. 23 sentencing for her role in murder
TOLEDO - The former Auglaize County Farm Service Agency executive director charged in the murder of Timothy Hovanec has pleaded guilty to a felony charge of accessory after the fact.
CELINA - Former Parkway head football coach Jake Circle was arraigned on Wednesday on charges of tampering with evidence and falsification in Mercer County Common Pleas Court.
CELINA - Mercer County commissioners on Tuesday allocated $36,000 of Healthy Aging Grant funds to Mercer County Job and Family Services (JFS) to provide county elders with food assistance.
Horse and Buggy Tales
From 1850-1851, a steamboat owned and operated by a Dayton man carried profitable cargoes of freight and passengers on Grand Lake Reservoir between C
  Defense wins championships. It's a phrase many coaches will use when talking about playoff teams.
That has certainly been key to the success of the Marion Local program, especially over the last few seasons.
  For the 12th time in 13 years, the Marion Local football team will be playing for a state championship.
On the other side of the field on Saturday is Dalton, which had never gotten out of its region until it beat Danville two weeks ago.
  For the second time in three years, Versailles and Kirtland will battle for a state football title when the two teams play Friday morning at 10:30 a.m. in the Division VI final at Canton's Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium.