Thursday, October 22nd, 2020
Obituaries on October 22nd, 2020
Lisa A. Piening age 59 of Minster, Ohio died on Tuesday October 20, 2020 at her home. [More]
Stories on October 22nd, 2020
Vote '20e
Incumbent state Rep. Craig Riedel, R-Defiance, will face off against Democrat write-in candidate Elecia Wobler, D-Haviland, for the Ohio House of Representatives 82nd district in the Nov. 3 general election. [More]
ST. MARYS - A power outage that reportedly left hundreds in St. Marys without electricity on Tuesday night was the result of an equipment failure at the Tomlinson substation.
CELINA - Mercer County Health District officials on Wednesday said they need the help of local leaders, elected officials and other public figures to get accurate messages and information about COVID-19 out to the public.
NEW BREMEN - School board members on Monday approved a new four-year contract for Superintendent Jason Schrader with pay raises each year.
The new contract takes effect Aug. 1.
VAN WERT - A Celina man who was originally charged with retaliation against an attorney has been sentenced to 60 days in jail on an amended charge of aggravated menacing.
MONTEZUMA - Village council members on Wednesday night approved a request to vacate an alley off Riley Street.
Ann Thobe submitted a request to vacate the unused alley between properties she owns on Riley Street.
Celina falls to Elida in five sets in tournament
SHAWNEE TOWNSHIP - The first time Celina and Elida played volleyball this season, Celina won in five sets.
After two sets on Wednesday in the Division II district quarterfinals at Shawnee, it was looking like this one would go the distance a well. [More]
ST. MARYS - It was all St. Marys Wednesday night.
The Roughriders had their first scoring chance within 35 seconds of the start of the match, their
Area Roundup
Compiled by Thomas Haines and Gary R. Rasberry
After nearly three weeks without playing a match, Coldwater returned to the volleyball court on Wednesday to face Carey in the Division III sectional at Liberty-Benton High School.
  It's uncommon to see two football teams that played in the regular season face off again later on in the season.
But it has become a fairly common occurrence in this area when it comes to area teams in the Midwest Athletic Conference.
Computer Points In Review
  The second round of the playoffs this past weekend saw good results for Western Buckeye League and Midwest Athletic Conference teams. We saw 10 wins, three losses, and, unfortunately, two teams eliminated and one advancing due to COVID-19 forfeitures.
Cardinals Stadium

The two teams did not play in the regular season due to the t
Local pictures on October 22nd, 2020