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02/13/2015
The Mercer Soil and Water Conservation District has begun accepting orders for the annual tree sale.  A variety of hardwood and pine tree seedlings are available for purchase, as well as...
02/06/2015
Mercer County Commissioners recently accepted a grant worth more than $415,000 in state funds to purchase land for the Coldwater Creek Treatment Train Project. The grant brings the $2.5 million...
02/06/2015
Don't miss tomorrow's Lake Improvement Association member meeting, to be held at 10am at the Celina Moose.  Motown on the Lake tickets will be available to purchase at the meeting! ODNR...
01/30/2015
Recent news related to Grand Lake St. Marys: ODNR chief: lifting distressed designation possible (The Daily Standard) Excerpt: The head of the state agency responsible for Grand Lake said he believes...
01/23/2015
Ohio Senator Randy Gardner recently labled toxic algae as a "no-excuse" issue, according to an article by Jim Siegel published in The Columbus Dispatch.  The article, titled "...
01/14/2015
An editorial published in The Lima News states the opinion that the U.S. EPA should solve algae issues in the state of Ohio, per the water protection bill recently introduced by Reb. Bob Latta. One...
01/09/2015
Congressman Bob Latta (R-OH) today reintroduced the Drinking Water Protection Act, legislation to help protect drinking water from cyanotoxins caused by harmful algal blooms. This legislation, which...
01/06/2015
This newscast posted on Hometown Stations features Grand Lake St. Marys improvements from 2014, including the success of the Prairie Creek Treatment Train and increased visitors, and highlights...
01/06/2015
Grand Lake St. Marys State Park Manager Brian Miller appeared on WCSM's Spectrum program recently. Miller looked back at 2014. Miller mentioned the 88 and a half million dollars in capital...
01/06/2015
An article by Laura Arenschield published on The Columbus Dispatch website details how the city of Celina, along with Toledo, continue to test local water sources such as Grand Lake St. Marys for...