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07/28/16 Tom's Construction to build Trail
Tom's Construction was recently awarded the bid to install the multi-use trail at Community Park.
06/01/16 Ball State seeks Interpretive Signage Grant
Ball State University, Department of Anthropology is applying for an American Battlefield Protection Program grant.
05/01/16 St. Henry Squad Builds New Facility
The St. Henry Emergency Squad is a volunteer organizaton providing emergency services to all of southern Mercer County, including Fort Recovery.
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