Friday, December 4th, 2020
Dentists, doctors seeing, treating many issues related to 2020-induced anxiety
By Leslie Gartrell
CELINA - This year has been stressful for many area residents. For some, it's led to more trips to the dentist or doctor's office.
"I would definitely say I have noticed an increase in tooth fractures, people grinding/clenching their teeth," said [More]
By Tom Haines
NEW KNOXVILLE - Once New Knoxville got the lead, it never looked back.
The Rangers trailed Marion Local after the first quarter, but tied the game on an and-one by Avery Henschen and took their first lead midway through the second. From there, New Knoxville pulled away to an eight-point halftime lead and a 51-44 Midwest Athletic Conference girls basketball victory at Ranger Gymnasium. [More]
Obituaries on December 4th, 2020
Ruth Edna Brackman age 84 of Cassella, Ohio died at 5:22 AM on Thursday, December 3, 2020 at The Gardens at St. Henry. [More]
Dorothy "Jeanne" Lillich age 90, formerly of Celina, peacefully went to be with the lord November 26, 2020 in Beavercreek. [More]
Thelma Reier, 92, of Saint Marys, died 6:20 A.M. Thursday, December 3, 2020, at [More]
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Rifle hand-guards, tattoo guns among business's products
COLDWATER - A homegrown startup that has enjoyed an explosive growth spurt since its inception four years ago will soon be moving into a new facility in the Franklin Industrial Park next to Lakefield Airport near the U.S. 127 and State Route 219 intersection.
CELINA - One new COVID-19 death was reported in each Mercer County and Auglaize County on Thursday bringing the tolls to 52 and 33, respectively.
Cold first quarter hampers Bulldogs in opening-game loss
CELINA - After having to push back the start of the season due to quarantine, Celina opened its girls basketball season at the Fieldhouse against Van Wert in a Western Buckeye League contest.
VERSAILLES - Although the girls' high school basketball season is already three weeks old, for reasons far beyond any of their control, the Minster W
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Gabrielle Stober's 3-pointer with 40 seconds remaining in regulation lifted Parkway to its first win of the season, beating St. Henry 31-29 in Midwest Athletic Conference girls basketball action at Redskin Gymnasium.