Miami East treasurer announces retirement

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By Matt Clevenger

Edison State to offer FAFSA completion workshops

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For the Miami Valley Today

Merchant Trick-or-Treat, Costume Contest return to downtown Troy

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For the Miami Valley Today

Second Story Secrets set for Nov. 6

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For the Miami Valley Today

Red Devils fly high at PHS band invitational

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The Tippecanoe High School Marching Band performs their 2021 contest show, “Kitty Hawk,” at Saturday’s Piqua High School Band Invitational.

Real estate transactions

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Bethel Township

PHS retires Pitsenbarger’s flag

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Piqua City Schools Superintendent Dwayne Thompson (middle) and Piqua High School sophomore and Boy Scout Tommy Grace (right) hold the U.S. Flag with retired U.S. Army Sergeant Major Fred Navarro (left) during pregame ceremonies at the Piqua High School football game on Friday, retiring the flag that had draped over the coffin of William H. Pitsenbarger after his death in 1966. The flag has hung in the gymnasium for many years and will now be retired in a place of honor at Piqua High School. Pitsenbarger was awarded the nation’s highest military award, the Medal of Honor, for his actions while serving as a U.S. Air Force pararescue specialist during the Vietnam War.