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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...

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Open house canceled

Piqua BOE hears mask update

By Aimee Hancock

Trailblazing to provide better care

PIQUA — The 2020-21 UVCC junior Medical Careers Academy (MCA) class had the honor of being the first high school class to earn four industry-recognized credentials (IRCs) through the Elder Care Certificate program.

Hobart Institute hires HR generalist

Troy — Hobart Institute of Welding Technology welcomes Jeffrey Randall to the team as the new Human Resources Generalist.

PIQUA — Two years ago, Evan Hensler finished second in the Echo Hills Junior Club Championship.

Local umpire works final game; Troy Legends to hold tryouts

TROY — It may not have turned out as exactly as planned, but Wednesday night at Duke Park was a memorable night for long-time umpire Kenny Ridenour.

Troy Legends cruise to win over Miami Valley Machine

TROY — The Troy Legends opened an early 6-0 lead and cruised to a win over Miami Valley Machine Tuesday night.

Piqua Football recently completed camps for both grades 4-5-6 and grades 7-8-9 at Alexander Stadium|Purk Field

Troy Legends runnerup at NABF Tournament

YOUNGSTOWN — The Troy Legends baseball team finished runnerup in the NABF Senior Division World Series over the weekend.

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From Colorado to Ohio

My grandson and granddaughter are spending a few weeks here in Troy. They are from Denver, so Ohio is like a strange, exotic land to them. There are some things about Ohio they have trouble figuring out.

The Amish Cook: Cheesy potato bake

Daniel stepped into the house, cradling something. A second look revealed the surprise, a perfectly adorable fawn covered with white spots. By all evidence, it was no more than a week old. We gasped. Could it be a real baby deer?

The Amish Cook: Summer is peachy with the Yoders

Reunions are an interesting subject. Not all families are blessed with the same number of children or even the same character qualities. Nonetheless, all families are gifted with their own uniqueness.

UVCC announces new welding fabrication program

PIQUA — The Adult Division of Upper Valley Career Center has launched a new Welding Fabrication and Allied Processes program in an effort to enhance the skills of the local workforce and meet the high demand for welders in the manufacturing region.

Premier Health expands SCOUT® system to UVMC

TROY — The SCOUT® wire-free radar localization system, which can improve precision and ease some of the anxiety of breast cancer surgery, is now in use at Upper Valley Medical Center.

Troy Area Chamber of Commerce holds ribbon-cutting for Wagner Metals Roofing and Remodeling

Brett Wagner, president of Wagner Metals Roofing and Remodeling, cuts the ribbon at a ribbon-cutting ceremony the Troy Area Chamber of Commerce held on Friday for the business’s new location at 2 E. West Street in Troy.

Runyan named dean at Edison State

PIQUA — Following an extensive search, Edison State Community College is pleased to welcome Dr. Andy Runyan of Troy as Dean of Professional and Technical Programs to the College’s academic leadership team. Runyan officially began in his role as dean on July 1.