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Bushnell celebrates Senior Day with two wins; Covington, East go 1-2 at Covington Duals

PIQUA — Saturday was more than just another Senior Day at Roosevelt Fieldhouse for the Piqua wrestling team. It was a tribute to what hard...

Pleasant Hill upgrading recycling containers

PLEASANT HILL — Pleasant Hill residents will soon receive larger recycling containers, as the village moves to every-other-week recycling collection. Rumpke Waste & Recycling will...

Tipp BOE approves program of studies

TIPP CITY — The Tipp City Board of Education unanimously approved the 2021-2022 program of studies for Tippecanoe Middle and High Schools at Monday’s...

Smoke alarms save Piqua family

PIQUA — A Piqua couple is safe today thanks to early warning of a fire in their home by working smoke alarms.

Piqua Central High class of 1970 holds 50th reunion

The Piqua Central High School class of 1970 held its 50th reunion on June 19, 2021, one year later than planned due to COVID. There were approximately 100 classmates in attendance. It was held at Romer’s Catering Banquet Center. They were entertained with a DJ playing music of the 60s and 70s, a dinner and an old fashion photo booth for free pictures of friends.

Piqua Farmers Market to host chocolate chip cookie contest

For the Miami Valley Today

Thriving business, family legacy

BRADFORD — While most business ventures begin with a dream, there are few that have withstood the test of pressure, patience and time.

Pearson cards 34 in Wednesday Industrial League at Echo Hills

Ron Pearson was low gross with 34 in the Wednesday Industrial League at Echo Hills.

Pearson cards 33 in Thursday Industrial League at Echo Hills

Ron Pearson was low gross with 33 in the Thursday Industrial League at Echo Hills.

Troy Legends go 3-0 over weekend

HILLSBORO — The Troy Post 43 Legends made the most of of what the weather allowed last weekend, with a win over Van Wert and two wins in the Hillsboro Wood Bat Classic.

Groff shoots 2-under par 70 to win Troy City Championship

TROY — When rain washed out the opening round of the Troy City Championship golf tournament Saturday at Miami Shores Golf Course, it became an 18-hole shootout Sunday.

MC Commissioners celebrate state champ Railroaders

The state champion Bradford Lady Railroaders softball team and their coaching staff are joined by Miami County Commissioners on the steps of the Miami County Courthouse during Wednesday’s celebration of their state title.

Miami County Weather

To be a tourist again

Remember last summer and fall when everyone was locked up in their homes and not taking trips? How cabin fever pretty much gripped the entire nation? How everyone couldn’t wait to be on the road again?

The Amish Cook: Zucchini season treat

I used to wonder how a person could ever go to work in the garden to unwind. Pulling weeds just wasn’t on my list of things I particularly enjoyed. I don’t know what happened, but I repeatedly found myself ambling toward the garden during the past week after supper and breathing deeply. I felt my entire being relaxing as weeds were being removed and tomatoes staked.

POWW thanks volunteers

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Stillwater Skilled Nursing honored with award

COVINGTON — Stillwater Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation in Covington has been awarded 2021 Bronze – Commitment to Quality Award by the American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL).

Premier Health brings incision-free brain surgery to region

DAYTON — Premier Health’s Miami Valley Hospital has introduced to Southwest Ohio an incision-free brain surgery treatment that significantly reduces tremors of the hands in some people.

Piqua Dollar General relocates

PIQUA — Dollar General’s newly-relocated store at 607 W. Water St. in Piqua is now open.

Kathy Henne: Jump start your home’s heart!

As a seller in our current real estate climate (or any market, for that matter) you know that your home’s features must stand out against those of the competition. First you need to understand what local home buyers are looking for, and then you must decide how much money and elbow grease to invest to make those wishes come true.