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Cavaliers, Riders earn accolades
Coldwater placed three players on the first team in Division V as the Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association announced its postseason honors for Division IV and V on Tuesday. Senior AJ Harlamert was a first team selection at wide receiver while Midwest Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Year Cody Depweg earned first team linebacker honors. Junior defensive back Mason Welsch earned the other first team honor for the Cavaliers.
Wapakoneta Fire and EMS Respond to Business Fire at North Wood Street, Suspect Heater as Cause
Witness the swift response of Wapakoneta Fire and EMS to a business fire at 101 North Wood Street. Discover how they contained the blaze within 15 minutes, with no injuries reported. The cause is suspected to be a heater, but investigations continue.
Mercer Co. Fair announces entertainment
CELINA — Mercer County Fair is thrilled to unveil its concert lineup for the 2024 Mercer County Fair with two unforgettable nights of music and entertainment. On Thursday, Aug. 8, 2024, iconic rock band 38 Special with Special Guest Kentucky Headhunters will take the stage at 8 p.m. performing their legendary hits. The blend of 38 Special’s timeless rock anthems and the Kentucky Headhunters’ infectious energy promises an evening filled with unforgettable melodies and incredible performances.
These portland, IN based Dogs are the latest up for adoption and in need of a good home
Considering pet adoption? Or perhaps you just enjoy all things cute and cuddly? Numerous charming pets are ready for a loving home at animal shelters situated in and near portland.
Winners announced in corn growing contest
VERSAILLES — On Sept. 28, Caden Buschur Agriculture and Natural Resources Extension Educator for Darke County spoke with the Versailles Agricultural Education Classes with his presentation entitled “Corn, how did we get here and What do we Do Now”. Caden Buschur spoke about staging vegetative growth, determining vegetative and reproductive growth stages in corn, Growing Degree Days ( GDDs), calculating GDDs, estimating corn yields using the Yield Component Method and the importance of knowing estimated corn yields. Individual ears of corn were brought in for Versailles Ag Ed students to calculate the potential yield using the Yield Component Method. Caden’s presentation helped promote the Versailles FFA Corn Growing Contest. A special thank you to Caden Buschur for sharing his knowledge with the classes and to Jeff Wuebker for gathering the corn used in class.
Morris named Minster police chief
MINSTER — Minster’s new police chief comes from within the village’s own force. Eric Morris was named as the new police chief, effective immediately, with his swearing in at the Tuesday, Dec. 4, Minster council meeting. Before his promotion, he served as an officer on the force. His annual salary is $65,480.
Adams County Jail offers new addiction treatment for women inmates
ADAMS COUNTY, Ind. (WFFT) - Adams County Jail and A Better Life-Brianna's Hope (ABLBH) announced they had their first ABLBH Support & Recovery meeting for women inmates at 1 p.m. Tuesday. ABLBH is a participant-driven, faith-based, compassion-filled support and recovery movement for those affected by addiction. Recovery efforts started in...
Candy Land open in New Weston
NEW WESTON — A small town store in Darke County has built a sweet reputation for its sugary stock. Celebrating their 103rd holiday season, Harry Birt’s Store has publicly announced their Candy Land is officially open. This Darke County delicacy has been satisfying sweet tooths since 1920. The...
Mercer County Fairgrounds shows off new Market Hall to donors
CELINA, OH (WLIO) - The Mercer County Fairgrounds is showing off the 1st phase of their big addition project. The fairgrounds invited donors and stakeholders to sign the beams of the new Market Hall. When it is finished this spring, the building will be able host events with up to 700 guests. Phase 2 will be the 100,000 square foot Grand Event Center, which will be located next to Market Hall. The event center project is in the fund-raising phase, but when it is complete it could feature events like indoor tractor pulls, concerts and large trade shows. Mercer County started this ambitious project because people were calling about using the fairgrounds for events, but they unfortunately didn’t have the space to accommodate them.
OSU Extension to host ‘Planning for the Future of Your Farm’ workshops
If you and your family are grappling with the critical issue of how to transition the farm operation and farm assets to the next generation, Ohio State University Extension is here to help. Attend one of our “Planning for the Future of Your Farm” workshops this winter to learn about...
The gas price fluctuate between $2.73 and $2.79 in St Henry as of 2023-12-06. Find the cheapest station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Wednesday is $3.216, a week ago the price is $3.246 , according to AAA.
DeMange, Albers are Members of the Month
VERSAILLES — At the November FFA Meeting, Versailles FFA conducted the Greenhand FFA Degree Ceremony and named two active FFA members as Versailles FFA Members of the Month. Emmitt DeMange, son of Alyssa and Jake DeMange, was selected for Versailles FFA member of the month. DeMange is a junior and a fourth year member of the FFA. His CDE is Wildlife. He has participated in monthly meetings, Farm Day, Fruit Sales, Canned Food Drive, Toy Drive, and more. His SAE is working at North Star Hardware and Implement, and he has done exceptional work helping our treasurer with Fruit Sales.
Minster's Leadership Shift and the Evolving Landscape of Local Governance
In the quaint village of Minster, a significant leadership transition took place with Eric Morris being sworn in as the new police chief during the recent council meeting. Morris, a veteran of the local police force, is poised to bring his deep knowledge of the community to the forefront of law enforcement amidst local legislative updates. Coinciding with Morris's appointment, the council passed a notable ordinance allowing the police chief to reside outside village limits, a measure reflecting the evolving nature of local governance and its adaptation to modern needs.
MS Girls Basketball was victorious over Celina
The St. Marys Middle School girls began rivalry week by hosting Celina Tuesday evening. The 7th grade squad came out on top in a close match-up, 30-23. Leading all scorers for the Roughriders was Bailey Gray with 12 points. Kaya Fulmer dropped 8, while Aubrey Birt and Zoey Marsee each added 4 apiece. Kaylee Klosterman rounded out the scoring with 2 points.
Riders sweep Bulldogs in bowling
ST. MARYS - In the first Western Buckeye League match of the season, St. Marys swept the Battle of Grand Lake in bowling on Monday. The Bulldog girls took their first loss of the season as St. Marys won 2,560-2,338, and the Roughrider boys prevailed 2,731-2,250 at Varsity Lanes. "I'd...
Arcanum drops non-conference game to Minster
ARCANUM – The Arcanum Lady Trojans lost a close game in the closing seconds of a non-conference home game with the visiting Minster Lady Wildcats by a 53-48 score. “I am very thankful for God allowing us to come out here and play,” said Arcanum coach, Abbey Moore. “I tell my girls life could be a whole lot worse and to have the opportunity to come out here and have fun and do it together, we’re thankful for it and we’re going to keep getting better.”
MV-MVCTC-FFA participates in Job Interview
UNION CITY — The Mississinawa Valley MVCTC-FFA Chapter participated in the District Job Interview CDE. The contest was held on Oct. 30 at Botkins High School. The members who participated were Paytyn Hiestand, Daniel Hartzell, Bryce Watson, and Jaxin Beanblossom. The weeks leading up to the contest the members prepared by having practice interviews. Going into the contest they had to write a resume, cover letter, and fill out an application. At the contest they went through a live interview and then wrote a follow up letter. This CDE has greatly prepared the members for future job interviews.
A very old fashioned Christmas
Register to recieve the FREE Sidney Daily News daily newsletter!. Get all of the day's top stories delivered right to your inbox every morning. People attend the Fort Loramie Historical Association’s 49th Annual Colonial Christmas Dinner held at the Ft Loramie Historical Society Museum on Sunday, Dec. 3..
Versailles class selling Christmas Trees
VERSAILLES — The Versailles Agricultural Education Advanced Mechanical Principal Class are making Wooden 2X4 Christmas Trees to sell as part of a class project. The trees are made of 2×4 and stand 28 inches tall, the trees can be ordered in white paint, black paint and brown stain.
Opportunity to Bid for Former Buschur’s Market Building in Russia, Ohio
The Village of Russia, Ohio, is accepting bids for the former Buschur’s Market building at 102 E Main St. The starting bid is $225,000. Bids should be submitted to the Village office at 232 W Main St by 4:00 PM on December 13, 2023. The Village may reject any bids.