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Thursday, April 15th, 2021
Local woman's budding career is life changing
By Leslie Gartrell
COLDWATER - Designers Mugler can move aside and Comme des Garçons can call it quits.
"McKenna made" is the new fashion house to beat.
Well, maybe not quite. McKenna Gels, a 21-year-old self-taught seamstress and designer from Coldwater, said she's less high-fashion and more high-quality when it comes to her clothing. [
Obituaries on April 15th, 2021
Donald John Kahlig, 89, of Sharpsburg, Ohio, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, April 13, 2021, at Briarwood Village in Coldwater, Ohio. [
Angela Ann (Boeke) Albers, age 90, formerly of Fort Loramie, passed away of nat [
Robert B. Wimmers, 72, passed away peacefully after an extended illness on Tues [
Local pictures on April 15th, 2021
Subscriber stories on April 15th, 2021
Move to 1 inspector met with skepticism
CELINA - A Mercer County official said he believes having one zoning inspector for all 14 townships would be a better way of handling zoning and land use planning.
3-vehicle accident injures 6
CELINA - Six people were transported from the scene of a three-vehicle crash that occurred about 6 p.m. Tuesday at the intersection of Havemann Road and State Route 29.
Local machine company on front line of COVID war
CELINA - A family-owned CNC precision machining company is playing a crucial role in the nationwide rollout of COVID-19 vaccines by supplying parts to an Ohio-based freezer manufacturer for vaccine storage and transportation.
Board appoints new assistant principal
ST. MARYS - John Zerbe has been appointed the new assistant principal at Memorial High School, replacing Nick Hager who was approved as the new principal of West Intermediate School in March.
College and Alumni Notes
Oiler golfers get ready for G-MAC
St. Marys' Schmitmeyer wins in final tourney before tournament
The University of Findlay women's golf team has been playing well since getting the spring season underway in March.
The Oilers, coached by St. Mar
Indians pull away to beat Redskins
Compiled by Gary R. Rasberry
Lynden Bassitt and Kaylee Grant combined to hold St. Henry to five hits as Shawnee picked up a 6-2 win in softball action on Wednesday in Shawnee Township.
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