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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...

College briefs

Garber graduates from Ohio Dominican

Marriage licenses

Jacqueline Marie Venrick, 23, of 207 W. 1st St., Fletcher, to Dorian Eberhardt McCleary, 23, of same address.

Troy Police Department reports

From Troy Police Department reports

Dunaway’s to celebrate 30 years in Troy

TROY —Dunaway’s Beef and Ale, 508 W. Main St., Troy, is celebrating its 30th year in business.

Rogers to celebrate 100 years

John S. Rogers will celebrate his ‘100th’ birthday on June 5.

Thursday Baseball Roundup

KETTERING — The Troy baseball team lost 2-0 to Fairmont in MVL action.

Johnson to enlist in Army

Troy High School senior Austin Johnson will enlist in the Army once he graduates.

Covington senior Cael Vanderhorst to wrestle for Ohio Northern University

COVINGTON — Covington High School has been extremely blessed over the years by having kids leave their mark on a program - not only through their accomplishments, but by the way they conduct themselves in and out of competition.

Troy High School senior Zach Ray to play football for Tiffin University

TROY — Troy High School senior Zach Ray signed his letter of intent recently to play college football for Tiffin University.

Troy, Tippecanoe girls finish 1-2 at MVL track and field meet

TROY — The Troy girls track and field team capped another impressive regular season by cruising to the MVL title Thursday night at Troy.

Miami County Weather

Jim McGuire: Regular astonishment

Decades ago, an elderly hill-country stream fisherman named Raleigh Cantrell shared something which has proven more insightful with each passing year.

‘What’s going on’ still the big question

Fifty years ago, in January of 1971, the Marvin Gaye song “What’s Going On” was released as a single. In May of that year, the album with the same name came out.

The Amish Cook: Fruit salad days at the Yoders’

I put Hosanna and Joshua in our single stroller, and I headed out the lane. We were going to the neighbors for a quilting. I’ll stop at the mailbox and grab the mail on my way, I told myself. Opening the mailbox, I was delighted to see a letter from a very dear friend and reader, Mrs. Weber from Cincinnati, Ohio.”

Kathy Henne: Certify that pre-owned home

If you’re looking to have a smoother home sale, your real estate agent may have an unexpected suggestion. Although many sellers assume that it is the responsibility of the buyers to pay for an inspection, having one performed when you first list your home can go a long way towards attracting a great offer from confident buyers.

Edison State employees recognized for years of service

PIQUA — Edison State Community College recognized 25 employees for a combined total of 270 years of service in their careers during the 42nd annual employee recognition celebration on Friday, April 16, 2021.

Perry joins OSU Extension

TROY — Michelle Perry recently joined the staff of Ohio State University Extension as a program assistant to manage a community garden.

Women’s Center robotic surgery provides relief

TROY — When Nicki Ingle grew weary of painful menstrual periods, she turned for help to Katherine Bachman, M.D., her gynecologist at Premier Women’s Center.