A pair of Miami Co. Sheriff’s deputies check out their vehicle after being involved in a crash on South Elm Street in Troy on Friday afternoon. The deputy was running with lights and siren around 3:15 p.m. enroute to a motorcycle crash when a car apparently turned in front of the cruiser. There were no serious injuries reported.
After all you preparations and marketing efforts, what do you do when you get that first offer? Don’t jump for joy or wallow in disappointment until you’ve read all the terms. Price is just the beginning, and the other contingencies will ultimately affect your bottom line.
CASSTOWN — The Miami East-MVCTC FFA Chapter recently competed in the District 5 Evaluations of the Ohio FFA Association held virtually. Several members of the chapter dedicated numerous hours to developing and growing their Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) records to prepare their applications for awards and degrees.
TROY — The Miami County YMCA Robinson Branch will be holding an indoor triathlon consisting of swimming, bicycling and running/jogging on a treadmill on March 20. There will be five heats of four people. The first heat starts at 9 a.m. and the last heat starts at 11:30 a.m. This event is open for member and non-member registration. Space is limited, so participants are encouraged to register early.
It’s chilly, as a matter of fact, downright cold! Outside the office window, dozens of cardinals, juncos, some bossy blue jays, a couple finches, and woodpeckers are feasting on and around the large log cabin feeder Daniel made for them this winter. For years, my husband Daniel has been brainstorming about building a large deluxe bird feeder. Thanks to his ambition, a couple months ago, it came to reality. Now singing their morning songs, the birds seem blissfully unaware of how this intense cold snap has affected millions of people.
Elijah, our little boy who was a baby but yesterday, is getting ready to celebrate his third birthday on Sunday. In his two-year-old mind, it didn’t make any sense why the rest of us were all celebrating our birthdays during the summer and fall, and his turn simply would not come. Now at long last, his birthday is close enough to almost touch. He only has three more nights to sleep (as he counts his days) until his big day.
With millions of dogs and cats as members of American families, there’s a good chance the you’ve got pets sharing the home you’re trying to sell. Since not everyone enjoys the company of animals, there are some measures you should consider taking before prospective buyers come over for a showing.
TROY — Hobart Institute of Welding Technology is proud to announce Mr. Kevin Garman CPA as the newest member of the Institute’s Board of Directors. Garman was elected by the board to serve, starting in February 2021.
PIQUA — Buckeye Insurance Group is pleased to announce that Koverman Staley Dickerson Insurance, with locations in Covington, New Carlisle, Piqua, Tipp City and Troy, has achieved Preferred Agency Status for 2021. This is the 16th year Koverman Staley Dickerson Insurance has attained this status.
TROY — Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield in Ohio has, for the third time, recognized Upper Valley Medical Center (UVMC) with a Blue Distinction® Centers+ (BDC+) for Maternity Care designation, as part of the Blue Distinction Specialty Care program.