Miami East FFA members Ethan Paulus, Mathew Osting, Kyle Vernon, Dustin Winter and Ethan Fine load tires into a semi at the Miami County Fairgrounds on Wednesday morning as part of the annual Miami Soil & Water Conservation District tire recycling program. A total of 18 FFA members from Miami East worked the event. Linda Raterman from the Miami Conservancy District said that they collected around 1,700 tires, the largest amount ever. A grant from the Miami County Foundation helped to make the event possible.
COVINGTON — Ryan Rohr of the Covington-UVCC FFA Chapter placed first in the state in the area of Agricultural Communications as an individual. The Agricultural Communications CDE prepares students for careers in journalism, radio and television broadcast, web design, marketing and more. The team placed third in the state with members; Allison Gostomsky, Derrick Meyer and Michael Hagan were the final starters and other team members included Tori Quinter, Gavin Swank and Megan Rose. This is the first state CDE banner won by the Covington-UVCC FFA chapter.
TROY — One year after the stage went dark due to the COVID-19 global pandemic, the Troy High School musical department is set to present six performances of the musical “You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown.”
TROY — First-year Milton-Union boys tennis coach Kevin Brackman had a good feeling when he paired up Tyler Kress and Cooper Brown — the Bulldogs first and second singles player during the season — as doubles partners at the D-II sectional tournament Tuesday at Troy High School and Troy City Park.
As you prepare to list your home, you’ll need to determine how to set your asking price. You may come across the term “comparative market analysis,” which is used as a tool for gauging the perceived value of your home. However, as a seller, you should think of that informal appraisal more as a competitive market analysis.