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LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Farm Credit Mid-America has announced the six candidates seeking election or re-election to the association’s board, as well as candidates for the 2021 Nominating Committee.
PIQUA — Edison State Community College will present a free online workshop on Wednesday, April 21, in recognition of Administrative Professional Day that salutes the many contributions of support staff throughout the area.
TROY — Power 107.1, in partnership with its underwriters, recently made its first-quarter 2021 charitable contributions in the amount of $2,550 to the following non-non-profits: We Love Birthday Parties, Lincoln Community Center, Miami County Family Abuse Shelter, Miami Valley Veterans Museum, Hospice of Miami County, Reading For Change, Girl Scouts and the Miami East Educational Fund.
It takes an innovative marketing plan to cause a home to sell. To attract serious homebuyers, it must also be priced fairly. What else must be done to market a home quickly and at the best price?
Buyers and sellers develop a natural sense of excitement as a transaction’s closing date nears. While most aspects should run smoothly, it’s wise to be prepared for unexpected delays. Anticipating potential problems before they develop could save untold time and stress.
TROY — Moeller Brew Barn is now a partner of the Dayton Dragons.
PIQUA — American Municipal Power, Inc. (AMP) congratulates the Piqua Power System for being awarded a Diamond Level designation as a Reliable Public Power Provider (RP3).
PIQUA — The Paul G. Duke Academy for Community Leadership and the Center for Leadership Development at Edison State Community College will host the Mosaic of Community Leadership Conference on Wednesday, May 19, from 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. via Zoom video conferencing.
TROY — Pioneer’s 85th Annual Meeting of Members was held virtually on March 27.