FORT GORDON, Ga. — Piqua native and Miami East alumn Paul Craft was promoted from colonel to brigadier general of the United States Army on Friday, Sept. 25 in a pinning ceremony held at Fort Gordon, Ga.
XENIA — The Bethel girls golf team qualified for the district tournament for the second straight season, finishing second at the Division II sectional tournament Monday at WGC by shooting 410 to champion Alter’s 339.
LOGAN COUNTY — A repeat domestic violence offender was sentenced to the maximum sentence before Logan County Common Pleas Court Judge Kevin Braig on Wednesday, Sept. 24.
Troy firefighters inspect the area where a small fire broke out at the performing arts center that is under construction at Troy Christian High School on Monday. The fire was reported around 8 a.m. and was determined to be some foam insulation material. The fire was quickly put out.
By Mike Ullery
PIQUA — The Tippecanoe and Troy cross country teams finished one-two in both races at Saturday’s Piqua Invite Under the Lights, with Gannon Owen winning individually for the Red Devil boys and Shelby Hept for Tippecanoe’s girls.
PIQUA — The Ohio History Connection was awarded $556,327 to re-grant Ohio’s Main Street communities for the rehabilitation of historic commercial, industrial and former school buildings. Of those communities, Piqua Mainstreet is looking toward applying for funding through the grant.
TROY — Christy Lewis was too busy to have cancer. The mother of four adult children and a 10-year-old special needs son, the Bradford woman was fully immersed in family life and responsibilities when she felt a lump in her left breast while showering in March 2019.
By Aimee Hancock
SIDNEY – A Piqua man was transported by CareFlight following a two-vehicle crash Friday morning at the intersection of Kuther Road and Schenk Road near Sidney.