Perry joins OSU Extension

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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

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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.

Kathy Henne: Your time to sell is NOW!

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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.

Kathy Henne: Keep the cart behind the horse!

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It’s probably no surprise that nearly all buyers require financing for their home purchase. The real challenge is not so much in getting the loan as it is in finding the loan that’s right for you.

Conover woman candidate for board

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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.

Kathy Henne: Become a dream seller

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Have you ever tried to sell a dream? That’s what most buyers are looking for when they begin searching for their new home. They’re looking for peace, security, clean surroundings, safety, and a place to entertain their friends — their dream home.

Kathy Henne: Do the math

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After all you preparations and marketing efforts, what do you do when you get that first offer? Don’t jump for joy or wallow in disappointment until you’ve read all the terms. Price is just the beginning, and the other contingencies will ultimately affect your bottom line.

EmpowHER conference set for March

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TROY — The Troy Area Chamber of Commerce will host the EmpowHER Virtual Conference on Friday, March 5. EmpowHER started in 2019 when the chamber noticed the lack of local events that celebrated women, according to Shelby Chaney, membership and program coordinator....

Troy again seeks downtown DORA

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TROY — The city of Troy is revisiting adding a Designated Outdoor Refreshment Area (DORA) to downtown Troy with a city council work session scheduled at 6 p.m. Feb. 8 at the Hobart Arena’s Bravo Room. The second proposal of the DORA is 20.6 acres. Qualified permit holders would be the former Brewery, the Elks, The Redmen Club, Harens’ Market,...