Thursday, September 8th, 2016
Sheriff says case difficult to solve
By William Kincaid
CELINA - Forensic experts say human bones found south of the city on Jan. 3 are those of a male.
But other than the gender of the potential homicide victim, investigators have scant details with which to work and continue to ask for tips.
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Lake Campus plans $2 million complex
CELINA - Mercer County commissioners this week authorized issuing and selling $1.9 million in tax-free economic development revenue bonds to help finance additional student housing at Wright State University-Lake Campus.
ST. MARYS - No dangerous items were found after students and staff at the middle and high schools were evacuated after a written threat was found on Wednesday.
Ozzy among 3 original members of dark UK metal band to rock Indiana audience
NOBLESVILLE, Ind. - The dark wings of the world's first and foremost heavy-metal band are flapping downward. But before the beast known as Black Sabb
Area Roundup
Compiled by Colin Foster and Gary Rasberry
The Celina girls tennis team lost for just the second time this season in falling to Toledo St. Ursula 5-0 in the Ohio Tennis Coaches Association team tournament on Wednesday at the Booster Club Tennis Complex at Celina High School.
Razz-Eye View
To those who know Jan Morrison, it should come as no surprise that she waited until the last moment to let people know she was going to reach a coaching milestone on Tuesday night.
Curtain Call
From 1968-1970, the Sidney Yellow Jackets were untouchable on the gridiron. St. Marys attempted three times in those years and failed miserably, bein
The past several years, the late-season meeting between Coldwater and Marion Local was the de facto Midwest Athletic Conference football title game. The winner went on to win the MAC and both teams went on long tournament runs with plenty of success.
Computer Points In Review
After having won seven of their 10 games in Week One, the Midwest Athletic Conference followed with eight victories in Week Two to finish non-conference play with a 15-5 record.
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Last meeting: Celina, 20-12. Ryan Harter carried the ball 17 times for 130 yards and caught three passes for 48 yards, and the Bulldogs held off a late push by the Wildcats to earn the victory.