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The staff of the Sheriff’s Office and OSHP reminds citizens that 2022 has been a dangerous and deadly year on Mercer County roadways. Mercer County has already had 9 fatal crashes, with 10 people killed in those traffic crashes. The hope is that this extra patrol will help keep our roadways … More >>Mercer County Sheriff's Office and OSHP announce extra patrols over Thanksgiving holiday

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Mercer County Sheriff Jeff Grey reports that his Office is investigating an incident that took place at a farm in Marion Township. On Tuesday, November 15th at 8:59 PM Central Dispatch received a call from a concerned citizen. The caller reported that there is a disturbing video circulating … More >>Mercer County law enforcement identifies suspects in calf abuse video, one juvenile in custody

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While late spring planting caused a later start to harvest, Mother Nature has proved unusually cooperative for field work with very dry weather. We spoke to a farmer in Harrod who says this year is set to rank in the top five of what they've produced, and the little rain we've had this fall … More >>Farmers enjoy a dry harvest season

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A Coldwater teen was flown to a Ft. Wayne hospital after a serious two vehicle crash Sunday morning in Mercer County. 18-year-old Grant Ebbing sustained serious injuries in the crash that happened just before 8:30 a.m. at the intersection of SR 219 and Burkettsville-St. Henry Road.   Ebbing’… More >>A Coldwater teen was flown to a Ft. Wayne hospital with serious injuries after a two vehicle crash

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State Fire Marshal Kevin Reardon urges all Ohioans to check their home’s smoke alarms regularly and replace when expired. “We see the life-saving impact properly functioning smoke alarms can have when the worst happens,” Reardon said. “Working smoke alarms save lives, cutting your risk of dy… More >>Change Your Clocks and Check Your Smoke and CO Detectors reminds State Fire Marshal

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If out after dark, she recommends lighter-colored clothing or reflective costumes. Glow sticks and flashlights can make kids more visible too. And a costume should be easy to walk in and short enough to expose a child's feet or toes to avoid tripping. And if you're offering allergen-free tre… More >>Safety tips for Trick or Treating